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Safari World



Safari World, Bangkok is a large safari and leisure park on the outskirts of Bangkok. Self-described as "The World of Happiness", this park is home to a myriad of animals, all of which seem to be growing in numbers. The attraction first opened in 1988 and has been going strong ever since, expanding into more than 500 acres of land that is made up of a safari zone, zoo and aquarium. Among all of these sections are numerous shows including a cowboy show, tiger feeding, sea lion show, dolphin show, orangutan boxing show and bird show.

Tourist Interactions?


  • There are three separate zones - Cubs, Safari Zone and Zoo Zone, each area having different enclosures and welfare levels

Cub Zone

  • Small travel cages

  • In noisy environment

  • No Enrichment

  • Constantly confined though no restraints

Safari Zone

  • One huge area measuring a few acres

  • Natural vegetation including large pond, trees and platforms

Zoo Zone

  • Smaller concrete-floored cages

  • No place to hide from the public

Physical & Mental Health


  • White tigers with eye issues

  • Body condition was adequate to obese depending on the Zone

  • Some sores and lameness noted


  • Pacing tigers - notably the cubs in one enclosure

  • Cubs in small cages for photo ops were visibly distressed

  • Tigers in safari zone paced

  • White tigers appeared relaxed or disinterested


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.

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