Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm in Thailand
Crocodile Farm is located at 555 Moo 7 Taiban Road, Taiban District, Amphur Muang, Samutprakarn, Thailand. Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm is famous for the crocodile and the world’s largest crocodile farm with varied types of more than 100,000 crocodiles living in the pits. They are fed aiming at various purposes such as for skins, meat exports but mainly for tourism. Every year, Samutprakarn Crocodile Farm attracts thousands of tourists to visit and admire. Indochina tours Thailand
The Samutprakarn crocodile farm is now feeding the biggest crocodile of the world. The crocodile is recognized by Guinness world record with its 6m length and 1,114.27 kg weight.
The farm is divided in different areas for diversified crocodile species. Each zone has a staff professionally trained to care for crocodiles and fed them daily. Arrive at the farm; let’s take the tour around the farm, watching crocodiles and you can even feed them. Besides crocodiles, the farm also raises other animals but not so many like elephants, lions, tigers, monkeys, horses and hippos, etc. Tours in Thailand
Every day, the farm has special programs to perform for tourists. The crocodile shows are full of adventure which make the viewer seems to fear. There are interesting performances that tourists cannot miss when visiting here such as: provoking crocodiles, hooking crocodiles’ throat, put performers’ head inside crocodiles’ mouth. For ordinary people, the show extremely scares them. Many tourists are afraid of getting close to crocodiles let alone touching their bodies. However, for experts who have the experience of raising crocodiles and have techniques to train them, it is not a big deal so that they can bring theatrically adventurous and exciting performances to audiences.
If you travel to Thailand, do not miss to visit the Samutprakarn crocodile farm to enjoy watching the impressive crocodile shows. Let contact us for getting more information about this tour.
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