Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai Thailand

Tiger Kingdom is far from Chiangmai city about 10-15 km.
The easiest way is going by Tuk-Tuk, red cab or Taxi. It's about 400-800 Baht for the round trip. Driver can wait and stay with you until going back to the hotel or the other places.
The best way is let your driver wait for you because it's difficult and quite expensive to find a car or
taxi going back to the city from our place.
It's no need to make a reservation as we will run everything follow to the present queue. You just simply come, buy ticket and then you can enjoy your time in the enclosure. Just first come first serve.



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The Tiger Kingdom is another great combination of tourism with wildlife preservation. The proceeds from tourist visits to the Tiger Kingdom are mainly directed to investments in captive breeding of tigers.

The tiger population in Thailand has been decreasing every year. It’s estimated that only around 120 tigers still inhabit the wild. The projections are more catastrophic. Specialists argue that it’s just a matter of time before tigers are completely extinguished from the wild. As human population grows, areas in which tigers can live freely diminish. Tiger-human contact becomes inevitable and, as a treat to, for example, pastoral communities, tigers are commonly hunted down and killed.

The Tiger Kingdom aims to increase the tiger population through captive breeding. These tigers, however, are not prepared to inhabit the wild and therefore, are faded to remain in captive from birth to death, which, given the current situation, it’s understood to be better than no tigers at all.

Since the tigers have been born in captive and fed a special diet of milk and chicken, they tend to be less aggressive than tigers in the wild. Captive tigers, therefore, can be visited by tourists, who pay a considerable amount of money to spend around 10-15 minutes with them.

The proceeds from tourism allows Tiger Kingdom to increase the tiger population through captive breeding, as well as improve the overall living conditions of the tigers through the acquisition of larger areas for them to roam around. Currently, the Tiger Kingdom has over 100 tigers in captive