Aquarium & Tiger Zoo Samui Attraction
There are many species of underwater life at
the Samui Aquarium including naughty sharks.
Near the shark enclosure, there is a sign
reading “don't put your hands in the water,”
which is more of a suggestion than a rule...
They also have panthers, tigers and other
animals including an amazing collection of
birds – beautiful animals, in cages, as
you’d expect from any good aquarium. You can
have your picture taken with one of the
tigers. It costs 100 baht to take the photo
with your own camera – just throw your arm
around the animal, squeeze your face up to
its chubby cheeks, and snap away for the
photo of your trip: one to make the
It’s 250 baht for the photo to be taken with
the staff Polaroid, but you lack the
The Samui Aquarium is in Hua Thanon, the
merry Muslim village, and is open from 9:00
am- 18:00. There are also some birds and
tigers on your way out, so be sure to dress
The Koh Samui Zoo and Aquarium was pretty
desolate for the better part of the morning.
For this reason I was able to take my time
and get some pice shots of the large
aquariums. This is one of those aquariums.
There were large fish that looked like
pira?as jetting by, some lazy spotted fish
that coasted on the bottom and some leopard
looking eels. It think that the eels were
the coolest of them all. They did not like
being out in the open and this is one of the
few shots that I was able to get.
For many, a visit to this sight is the first
inspiration for people who subsequently take
up snorkeling and even diving. The fish are
vivid and unusual, and you get a real sense
of the other world.
Samui Tiger Zoo, Say hello to the Royal
Bengal Tigers and young Leopards. These
magnificent creatures, with their grace and
formidable power; evokes in us fear and awe,
they are two of natures most feared
predators. Now you can enjoy watching these
magnificent animals, playing with one
another and relaxing in the natural