Khao Pratap Chang Open Zoo

Khao Pratap Chang Open Zoo is directly across from the Department of National Parks (DNP) breeding facility of the same name, where a large number of the Tiger Temple tigers now reside. The Open Zoo offers free access to the public (donations welcome) and houses a number of different animal species rescued by the DNP, such as a camel, various deer and the two tigers. 



How Many Tigers?

Tourist Interactions?


  • Two outside area only with three separate night rooms attached

  • Night rooms measured 4x4 metres

  • Outside area 3x8 metres

  • Outside area contains a pond and gravel and earth substrate

  • Second outside area is very natural, full of vegetation, rockface, large pond

  • No enrichment items to be seen

Physical & Mental Health


  • IN 2017 one of the tigers was suffering from a similar breathing issue to the one the Temple tigers had begun to suffer since arriving at the DNP facilities, by 2019, both tigers appear healthy with good body conditions


  • Some minor pacing, but generally positive behaviours observered

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What we are doing to help

At this time we are raising awareness for the situation of the captive tigers in Thailand through education of the public and through a number of different petitions.

Head to our Petition zone to see how you can help.