When you visit Pattaya in Thailand, there is much to offer tourists in this tropical paradise, and if you love animals, there are plenty of ethical animal attractions that you can visit. If you want to start planning your trip and making a list of the attractions you want to see, below are some of the best animal attractions that Pattaya offers.
Elephant Jungle Sanctuary
No visit to Thailand is complete without getting up close and personal with the elephants. The Elephant Jungle Sanctuary Pattaya is an ethical camp that takes excellent care of these majestic animals and is well worth visiting. Reading each of the Pattaya elephant village reviews will show you how well taken care of these animals are, and how much visitors enjoyed seeing these former beasts of burden. You need to book this attraction in advance, and the sanctuary will collect you and your party from your hotel, and return you there after your excursion, so all you need to do is have a good time.
Underwater World Pattaya
Another ethical animal attraction in Pattaya is Underwater World, which is one of the most modern aquariums in all of Asia. They have an underwater tunnel 100 metres long which makes it easy to observe all the marine life in a natural environment, and there is also an education aspect to this attraction. You can also usually get a discount on tickets for this attraction by booking them online before you go, and it is something which is suitable for all the family.
Khao Kheow Open Zoo
Khao Kheow Open Zoo is another attraction which is popular with both tourists and locals alike and treats their animals ethically. It is the largest zoo of its kind in Thailand and is a mixture between a traditional zoo and a safari park. There are many interactive shows that you can partake in, and you can also enjoy feeding time at the zoo, which is popular with visitors.
The Big Bee Farm
Bees are not an animal that many people will go to see when they are on holiday, but these insects are vital for the survival of humans on our planet. Without bees many of our crops will not get pollinated which means there will be a scarcity of food available. The Big Bee Farm is an excellent place to visit to teach your family on the importance of bees, and you can also learn tips and tricks to encourage these insects to visit your garden at home