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Million Years Stone Park & Pattaya Crocodile Farm
Reviewed 4 September 2014

great day out , place and decor is getting a bit tired , but well worth visit for thai experience , croc show was very good , and if you feel brave you can have pic taken with tiger !! i did ! also with croc or bear , also has elephants , overall i would recommend whether you be alone or with family

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Reviewed 2 September 2014

I would rate this park as good and worth a visit. We hired a tuck tuck "Pattaya taxi" to take us there. We enjoyed feeding the crocs with a chicken they give you on a stick and rope. They have a show every couple of hours where a crazy Thai puts his head in a croc mouth. They have a restaurant that serves cooked crocodile which we found very chewy and fatty "I do not recommend it".

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Reviewed 31 August 2014 via mobile

This was our first visit to the million year park that houses a number of old stones and also a crocodile farm and few other animals in tight enclosures.
The lake inside the park is full of crocodiles both in water and most just lazing around on dry stretches.
The special crocodile show had a person who pulls them by their tails, opens their mouth and even puts his head in- an act that looks amazing. Surely these creatures were sedated heavily so that they don't get aggressive.
There were also few tigers chained tightly to their neck, on display for picture taking. Surely they looked heavily sedated to make them docile. This was too cruel to these jungle beasts. But visitors didn't mind getting their pictures clicked with big tigers or small tiger kids at B 200/-.
Amazing place if you condone cruelty.

1  Thank vrvaid
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Reviewed 24 August 2014

I travelled to the Million Years Stone Park as part of a group of 7. We had booked our trip with a local agent, and were fortunate enough to get our own minibus and private tour guide.

The grounds of the Park were amazing, and extremely well looked after. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable about the grounds, and gave us a lot of history.

Our first stop at the park was to feed the crocodiles ! At a cost of 50bahts a chicken carcuss is tied to a wooden pole, and hoisted down to the crocodiles below who were more than happy to snap away !

Next stop was to get up close and personal with the giraffes. Amazing experience !!! We bought some bananas (50bahts) and were able to feed the giraffes who came extremely close to us! Our children (and a few of the adults) loved the experience.

The crocodile show was 'OK' although a little hard to understand what was going on as the commentary was all in Thai. The crocodiles were happy enough in the water, but not too pleased when they were being pulled out by their tails to 'entertain'. At the end of the show you had the opportunity to have your photograph taken sitting on the back of one of the crocodiles (150bahts - free photo)

We didn't eat at the park, but purchased drinks which were reasonably priced (20bahts per soft drink).

All in all the trip was very enjoyable, and the highlight of the day was feeding the giraffes. We only stayed for a half day trip - I don't think there would have been enough to do for a full day.

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Reviewed 23 August 2014

Do not go here, and do not support this heinous animal cruelty. On going I did not realise it was an wild animal FARM, and thought I was going to see fossilised trees. In reality, it is a Tiger Farm (yes, farm - one cage tucked aside just in view had well over 15 tigers in an area of no more than 25 square meters). The crocodiles also - dead bodies in the baby breading pens, often with more than 30 animals in a concrete pen the size of a Jacuzzi. There are other poor animals here such as a very ill looking camel, bears or a couple of types, and elephants. ALL the animals exhibit typical mental health problems due to insanely barbaric housing and in the case of the elephants being chained up to a short tether all of their sorry lives.

They also practice DUEL pricing - Thais pay 150 baht and Farangs 400 baht. This is illegal in Thailand and contrary to the Thai Constitution.

Avoid at all costs. Do not go, and do not support this barbaric exhibition whose sole purpose is to generate money, and to use tigers and crocodiles as products.

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