Safari World, Bangkok
This cute little beautiful creatures are so adorable that you will remain awe struck for quite sometime as how they could perform. Right from taking a swim, catching the rings, carrying a huge ball, dancing , jumping and even kissing!!! Hahahah! Children just enjoy. I noticed, their handlers love them so much the training must have been very cooperative!
The Orangutan Show!
This is one of the greatest show, I liked. Many people object that they are misused but we could not see any misuse of these beautiful animals. In fact, they are very affectionate even to their handlers! We really do not know, what they do to train them and break them. This show was just superb and full of fun, especially the boxing! There was no boxing but all fun!
The entrance is very very impressive , they sprinkle you with cool water vapour during the journey in side the Marine Park. Please note down the show time of different shows , so that you do not miss any animal show. Since, they are animals, their timing is totally different than human. It starts just on the dot!
The City of Bangkok has much more than fun and shopping to offer. Those travelers, who are coming to Bangkok with their family and children can spend a day with animals and have lots of fun entertainment. The Safari world has many things to offer to satisfy them. Situated at outskirts of the city, in a sprawling 8 miles long area. The drive takes about 45 minutes. It's an open Zoo, with animals from world over!
The ticket is inclusive of free lunch from various countries, so you are really not out of home!
Address: 99 Panyaintra Road
Samwatawantok, Klongsamwa, Bangkok , 10510
Bangkok's Safari's World is located at least over an hour's drive from the City. On this trip, we went by car which made the journey a bit shorter as Thor, our friendly driver, weaved in and out of the congested traffic to reach there on time. For what, my friends?
Of course, the Orang Utan Show, a show staged by orang utans in full boxing gear. As a pretty vivacious Orang Utan walked around the ring with a sign to say ` Round One', the bell rang and the fighters jumped into the ring. With a ferocity seen only when Muhd Ali fought Joe Frazier in the World Heavyweight Boxing Bout, we watched the two fighting Orang Utans swinged, blocked, tapped and oh, oh, fell, all with little help from the referee.
Soon it was the fourth and final round. A new Champion emerged to the great applause of the huge crowd..
Next, we proceeded to watch the Cowboy Show. Like all cowboy shows, the like of John Wayne out-shot the bad guys ending with the loud collapse of the town's facade. Luckily, everyone were safe, including those who were shot !!!.
The highlight of the tour was the wildlife enclave where animals such as tigers, lions, and bears roamed wild. Definitely it was very dangerous...what if the tigers wanted to shake your hand? Or the bears feeling heaty rushed to give you a good hug. No fear, there were Zoo Wardens safe in their jeeps close by. Whenever there was any danger, they will use their guns, I suppose...
All in, I say it was a good one day trip out of Bangkok with buffet lunch provided...