continuation from Familia Ladaga Goes to Thailand Part 2: Transportation, MBK Mall, and Cuisines Kwento/Review
Day 2 of our Thailand trip is probably the most memorable, because Safari World exceeded our expectations…if you’re in Thailand, this is a must-see!
I’m normally chatty but for this post, I’ll just give you a few fast facts about Safari World, and then I’ll let the photos do most of the talking.
Safari World is in the outskirts of Bangkok. Its exact address is 99 Panyaintra Road, Samwatawantok, Klongsamwa, Bangkok. From Century Park Hotel, our chauffer Pon was able to bring us there in 30 minutes or so.
These are the rates:
Of course, we got the bundle. I don’t think they (Safari World) were expecting anyone would get just the Safari Park or Marine Park, because no one was checking. Raviv got in for free by the way.
In my opinion, Safari World is Zoobic Safari + Ocean Adventure + Manila Zoo. And even when you combine the “powers” of these three, Safari World is ten times better!
The shows and attractions
Safari World is like Zoobic Safari and Ocean Adventure because it has several shows. We missed the Orangutan Show because it was about to be finished when we arrived. Here are my reviews, photos, and video clips of the shows:
Sea Lion Show
We had fun watching Safari World’s sea lion show but it was just at par with the sea lion show at Ocean Adventure. Also, I enjoyed Ocean Adventure’s because the dialogue at Safari World’s was incomprehensible. There was some attempt to speak in English but it was still very difficult to understand.
This was what I was most excited about! As a kid, my favorite animal was the elephant. And now, I was going to see more of them! I actually ran to the venue of the elephant show to ensure we were gonna get good seats. And we did! So how was the show? I was not disappointed! The elephants were so cute (of course, I’m not talking about their sizes) and smart!
And, would you believe that an elephant painted this: