Million Years Stone Park & Pattaya Crocodile Farm

Million Years Stone Park & Pattaya Crocodile Farm

Million Years Stone Park & Pattaya Crocodile Farm
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Holly S
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Friends
Do not come! Its terrible how they treat their animals, i paid 500 Thai baht to see elephants chained by their feet getting hit and poked, malnourished tigers in tiny cages. sedated tigers. all animals are kept in cages that are way too small. the crocodile show was disgusting, they get pulled around by their tails all show. the crocodiles are in cages so small they are piled on top of each other. please do not pay to see this. i left in tears.
Written 1 July 2023
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Jason D
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2024 • Family
We decided to visit this place, believing we would be learning more about crocodiles. Soon after arrival and after paying 2000 baht for four of us to enter, we were horrified at the state of the place and to our further horror found out that the crocodiles are the side show, and that in actual fact, the park holds host to Tigers, Elephants, Giraffes and a bear. I cannot begin to describe the conditions these animals are kept in , in terms of cages , confined concrete compounds and Elephants chained to the ground by the ankle. It appears their sole access to food was tourists buying bananas of many park run stands tossing and teasing the elephants for a photo before feeding them . The giraffes had just a concrete pen and again seemed reliant on tourists to feed them. Unsure whether this scene was heartbreaking enough we then discovered the Tigers confined in the most horrendous conditions, along with a Tiger chained in a cage for which a tourist could enter to have their photo taken. Now to the themed advertised crocodiles , it seemed like quite literally hundreds of them laying around in green rancid water . Whilst the advertised crocodile show, was basically a chap tormenting several crocodiles with a stick.
The gardens as you enter the park are pretty, this animal park needs closure as I am sure with the gardens this site could be repurposed. In summary DONT GO , unless you have no regard for animal welfare. Don’t make our mistake by not doing some research before attending.
Written 10 February 2024
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PaigeScott
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Family
This place is hell on earth!!
Please do not visit and pay into the torture they put their animals through!
We went here for the gardens and because everywhere we asked said that it was an ethical place for the crocodiles.
What a big fat lie!
There were so many animals here kept inhumanly!
Tiger after tiger drugged and hit with sticks for photos,in cages no bigger than a small bathroom! Pacing up and down and making crying noises.
elephants chained up day and night in enclosures when we asked if they are ever released like advertised the keepers said no and laughed. They cannot even move enough to assess the water and food provided for them.
Birds of all sorts rammed in tiny cages in poor condition with cuts and grazes, no access to water, very depressed and lethargic, some not even in the shade!
Crocodile after crocodile in the smallest enclosures piled on top of one another! No room to move! I have never seen anything like it!
Two bears in a tiny paddock they were in such aa bad way!
Their claws were clipped and fur and skin covered in sores and lesions. They were lying on their backs, paws up! They could barley open their eyes no doubt drugged for tourists pleasures.
I could go on and on, zebras, horses and giraffes. These poor poor animals. I wish I had researched more before I stupidly visited I am so upset with myself that I paid into this horrible systemic never ending torture.
Thee whole place was terrible and run down. The children’s park broken and dangerous.
The promised gardens and flowers were practically dead. Just terrible I wish I had to power to shut this place down. I never ever leave reviews and feel so strongly about this place that I would like to warn people of the heart break i endured seeing this poor innocent animals.
Written 17 February 2023
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Lilija Moisejenoka
10 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022 • Family
Please don't go to this park. Don't support them financially, they need to stop torturing animals. I wanted to cry at their attitude towards animals.

5-10 tigers in a tiny cage, the stink from those cages is terrible. Tigers are used as inventory for showing to tourists. Photo attached to the comment.

In the "attraction" photo with a tiger, the tigers are clearly drugged with a strong drug, so they show almost no signs of life, and this is done for the sake of a few baht for a photo with them.

Bears lie like pigs in the mud.

Save the animals, don't support these people, they need to change their attitude towards our smaller brothers.
Written 28 December 2022
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ajaychak
Visakhapatnam, India169 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
Nice to see the fossiled trees turned to stone with the time passing on. Each exhibit is surrounded bu beautifully landscaped gardens. Loved the way these ppl took care to preserve the trees the way they did.
But please avoid the animal part of the zoo. Birds caged, tigers chained and kept in small enclosures, elephants looked so sad. There are giraffes and crocodiles too but I dont think its great place for them. We can even see big cat fish and can feed them too..
Written 22 January 2020
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gizago
Chester, UK753 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Couples
Didn't know what my 500bht ticket was going to deliver but it didn't disappoint. A truly great, well maintained gem that clearly respect and look after their livestock. Highly recommend a 2-3 hour visit here!
Written 7 May 2024
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Coastaluff
77 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022 • Family
I did not like the way the tigers and other animals were locked in small cages. The elephants all had their legs chained up too.

I preferred the Sheep Farm and the Khao Kheow Open Zoo. They weren’t perfect but at least the animals were not chained down and had more space to move around.
Written 25 December 2022
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Renee L
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2016 • Family
My biggest regret in going, is that I didn't read any reviews first.

Not only are many of the animals in small tight and disgusting cages, but my small children and I witnessed animal cruelty firsthand.

We decided it would be a neat souvenir to pose my daughter with one of the elephants. When the trainer felt that the elephant was not cooperating enough, he beat her with a sharp barbed stick. She screamed in pain and then wet herself.

I started screaming and crying at the trainer to stop.

After we all left crying, I noticed that they took all the elephants, about five of them, away.

It broke my heart to see them being treated so poorly, just so that we can get a photo.

Please do not support this park 😢
Written 8 March 2016
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John P
Bath, UK92 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
tigers and bears kept in cages barely big enough to move. bears so fat they are covered in sores. the treatment of these animals was sickening, this zoo should be closed.
Written 24 November 2010
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Cindylovestravel
Mandurah, Western Australia796 contributions
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This place disgusted me. The place is rundown and dirty , but the worse part is the cruelty to animals I witnessed. I saw large bears in very small cages,lions in a small enclosure, a baby bear chained to a chair that was in obvious distress pacing up and down in the heat. As well as varoius other animals tigers, etc chained up for photo taking (perhaps drugged as they were very docile). I went to watch the crocodile show and all I saw was the crocodile handler pulling the tails of the crocodiles back and forth trying to stir them up and poking them in the head with a stick. My friends and I walked out of the show when we witnessed this, it was a blatant act of cruelty. The place should be shut down. I would strongly discourage people not to visit here.
Written 26 July 2010
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