About Sriracha Tiger Zoo
Located in the village of Yes Racha on the outskirts of Pattaya, Chonburi, Yes Racha Dragon Tiger Park is a new tourist attraction that combines environmental protection, ecological conservation, endangered wildlife protection, high-tech breeding and tourism and leisure, opened in 1997 and covers an area of more than 100 hectares, making it the largest tiger park in Asia.
Rachael Dragon Tiger Park is the first park in Thailand to breed Bengal tigers and crocodiles and is famous for its spectacular animal shows. There are more than 200 Bengal tigers and more than 100,000 crocodiles in the park. In addition to Bengal tigers and crocodiles, there are other species of animals such as horses, elephants, camels, sheep, snakes, monkeys and so on. The exciting and thrilling tiger show and crocodile show in the park are heart-stopping, and the interesting pig doing arithmetic, pig race and elephant show attract laughter, in addition, you can also watch interesting activities such as female tiger feeding piglets and female pig feeding tigerlets. Visitors can take pictures with tigers, crocodiles and orangutans, or ride elephants through the jungle and explore the jungle, with lots of fun and excitement.
Rachael Dragon Tiger Park also has Thai, Chinese, Korean, Indian and European restaurants for visitors, offering a wide variety of delicious, healthy and hygienic specialties. The souvenir store sells small goods and souvenirs with local characteristics of Thailand, and you can buy some as souvenirs.
The Tiger Temple was one of the few places in Thailand where visitors could not only take pictures with tame tigers, but also enjoy kneeling and walking with them.
However, it was closed in 2016 after being brought to the attention of the government and conservation groups for its sloppy management of tigers, illegal tiger trade, and illegal breeding.
How to get there
Opening hours 8.00 am – 6.00 pm (Last ticket sale 5.30 pm)
Fee Entrance fee 450 Baht (250 Baht for children)
Address 341 Moo 3, Nongkham, Sriracha, Chonburi 20110
About 30 km northeast of Pattaya, the largest number of Bengal tigers in Thailand are born and raised here.
Visitors can not only see tigers, but also pick up baby tigers, feed them milk, and take pictures with them.
There are also a variety of attractions, including tiger shows, pig races, and crocodile and human wrestling.
At Tiger Park Pattaya, the tigers are divided into gauges according to their age.
Tourists enter the gauge of the tiger of their preferred age and are allowed to play with the tigers for 10 to 15 minutes with a trainer.
SMALLEST (2 to 5 months old)
SMALL (6-12 months old)
MEDIUM (13-18 months old)
BIG (19-36 months old)
Children under 15 years old and under 160 cm tall can only interact with the SMALLEST size tiger.
Even if you are told that a tiger is ____ months old, it will be difficult to imagine how big it is.
You can actually see the tigers playing with tourists from outside the cage, so you can decide what kind of tigers you want to play with after checking it out.