51/1 หมู่ที่ 7 ถนน แม่ริม - สะเมิง Rim Tai, Amphoe Mae Rim, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand
This is not the ideal way to keep animal but for now it is the best way because they do not have natural habitat anymore. The tiger are well taken care of, they are active or lazy depends on their age, the time and temperature of the day. The staff are very friendly and love the tigers. The place is relatively clean and airy. If you cannot go on a multi days safari in Nepal and want to see the beauty of them, this is the place. The people that say this is cruel, I hope they are doing something more practical to protect the species because more and more are extinct because no action is made
This place is a joke, it is treating tigers like pets, they are taking exuberant amount of money to shoot with tigers. Not worth the money, our heart sank when we saw these tigers who have lost their natural instinct and are paraded like circus animals. Maintenance is not good. Too much of show off. This place made us realize that places to visit here in Northern Thailand are BUDDHIST TEMPLES. We canceled rest of our visits to Cobra, Elephant safari and all, because similar things you can see in India as well at Zoo or National Parks in more natural conditions, Banerghetta National Park is better.
This place was great. It does get a bad reputation for mistreatment of animals. However, I did not see this mistreatment at Tiger Kingdom. They gave them snacks, and treated the animals fairly well. I don't think tapping them on their behinds with a stick was very abusive in any way. The Tigers may have been tranquilized but they are a nocturnal animal and they were all cooperative, one might say they were even friendly. That being said they probably weren't tranquilized and they are just tired because it's the day. Overall, it was amazing and I can't believe I got to pet a white Bengal since they are nearly extinct.
The opportunity to be with the tigers is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The trainers were very fun and knowledgeable! Can be a relatively fast stop on your trip...about two hours if it is not busy.
Terrible, unethical tourism. These tigers are drugged, poorly treated, and kept in cages all day. I made the mistake of giving my money to see this, please do not make the same mistake.