Get up close and personal with some big cats at the Phuket Tiger Kingdom. That’s right, the TIger Kingdom allows visitors to enter the enclosures of the tigers and leopards they house, and interact with them. This includes being able to touch the big cat, and even get photographs clicked.
The Tiger Kingdom breeds and raises most of the tigers under their supervision, ensuring their nutritional, psychological, and physical needs are met. The tigers that they house aren’t captured from the wild and since they have been raised in a controlled environment, they don’t possess the skills to survive in the wild.
All this means that the Tiger Kingdom is not just an organisation offering animal-cruelty free fun, but it also means that by visiting here, you will be helping their cause to spread awareness about the condition of the big cats on our planet.
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Things to Know before you Visit:
The Tiger Kingdom charges different prices to enter the enclosure of different cats, ranging from leopards to different sized tigers. While these prices also include access to the rest of the park (not enclosures), it is not the other way around. Meaning, if you purchase a ticket to only enter the park, you will not have access to any of the enclosures.
They have a strict policy against feeding the animals in order to ensure proper nutrition for them. If you want to feed a tiger, it is best to check their website to see if there are any cubs at the Tiger Kingdom. Feeding the cubs is a highly demanded activity that is only available during certain months of the year.
The Phuket Tiger Kingdom regularly updates the prices of the activities they offer, without any prior notice. Thus, it is best to consult their website or your travel agent about the same.
|Particular||Ticket Cost||Height and Age requirement|
|Cheetah||1500 TBH||Over 10 years of age accompanied by paying adult|
|Big Tiger||1000 TBH||Over 18 years or 160cm + height|
|Medium Tiger||900 TBH||Over 17 years or 160cm + height|
|Small Tiger||900 TBH||Over 16 years or 150cm + height|
|Smallest Tiger||1300 TBH||Any age|
|New Born Baby||2000 TBH||Any Age|
9 A.M. to 6:00 P.M.