Originally,this shrine located on Bamrungmuang Road. It used to be a huge shrine where housed Chinese God made from gold,but it was stolen in King Rama II 's reign. Later ,King Rama V ordered to relocated the shrine to this location .For now,it housed the statues of Chao Por Sue (Tiger god),Guon U god,Tab Tim god,... All statues 're so sacred for Thais and Chineses.As you can see ,it always crowded ,esp.on a special day.
Visitors will meet with sow feeding tiger cubs in this room, which is an experiment at Sriracha Tiger Zoo. The sow will feed the newly born cubs after feeding by their own mother for seven days.
Exhibits information on crocodile and natural breeding. A large crocodile pond resembles natural environment with more than 1,000 crocodiles live in.
Upon leaving the scorpion cave, visitors will meet with the pig racing ground. You can enjoy watching the pigs dashing towards the finishing line. In addition, visitors are marveled by the calculating skill of pig, which can solve Mathematics problem in 5 languages.
This place consists of nursery, photo taking with tiger cubs corner, tigers with African people and tiger education room.
I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw two dogs, a pig and a baby tiger happily living together in a cave, all behave differently.
Experience a rare chance of carrying and feeding tiger cubs in your arm and add this memorable picture to your album.
NOTE: Tiger smells abit :(