Samphran Elephant Ground and Zoo, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand3 min read
After the lunch at Rose Garden, we proceeded to Samphran Elephant Ground and Zoo. This was the second day trip of my sponsored food and travel trip to Thailand.
After a short distance drive from the restaurant, we reached our destination place, Samphran Elephant Ground and Zoo.
About Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo
Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo Thailand, attractions of 60 acres on Petkasem Road, in Samphran district. With less than one hour drive from Bangkok to the west and only half way of Damnern Saduak Floating Market.
A daily amazing Elephant Theme Show and The Crocodile Wrestling Show are popular edutainments for leisure, incentive travel as well as pre-post meeting in half day program of Bangkok Sightseeing.
Acknowledge the relationship between elephants and mahouts, the elephant round-up ceremony of Suay people who trained elephants for generation. The adorable and cleaver baby elephants to dance, play football and many other fun games. Re-enacting Yutha Hathi, the ancient royal battle scene on elephant back during Ayuthaya period. This is the unique elephant show in Thailand!
The amazement Crocodile Wrestling Show, The wrestling between the primeval alligator and the master in the farm of more than 10,000 crocodiles. Samphran Elephant Ground & Zoo was accredited by CITES as maintaining, “ One of the cleanest and most impressive public displays of crocodiles in the world. ”
The entrance was well decorated, nice.
Here we were, the entrance.
The usual me camwhoring with my DSLR. Janis looked on from behind. Dermin as well.
Janis and me.
As we went in, we spotted 2 tigers. They shy away when I tried to take a nice picture of them.
Of course, there were elephants. I bought some sugar canes for the elephants. Me feeding them.
Crocodile wrestling show? I wonder they have a Hulk Hogan, The Rock or Triple H there? We proceeded to watch the elephant show first.
3 thoughts on “Samphran Elephant Ground and Zoo, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand”
Eh dude …. you didn’t feed the tiger ka …. XD
cool. never thought of visiting a zoo in other countries though.
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ken: no, the tigers didn’t like me…
j2kfm: its a elephant and crocodile farm, but they named it as zoo…