Mountain Coffee at Zoo

Mountain coffee at zoo
Departure: daily.
Price: 700 ฿ per car there and back.
Tickets 90 ฿ / person.
No prepayment.

New Zoo in Pattaya
Included: transfer, guide.
Take money with you, a photo.
The journey takes a maximum of 30 minutes.
The place is 20 km from Pattaya.

Mountain Coffee at Zoo - description

Note that all animals can be fed at Farm cafe. But in the largest zoo in Pattaya, Khao Kheow, this rule was canceled during the pandemic. And also in Khao Kheo, in the main part of the zoo, it is now allowed to move only on shuttle buses or golf carts. And now you can't take a minivan.

The road to the new Farm cafe is on the way to Rayong and Koh Samet. Everything around is very picturesque, on both sides of the road there are plantations of latex trees, pineapple and sweet potato plantations.

On the way there, you can stop to take pictures and see in detail how tropical fruits grow.

Mountain Coffee at Zoo is a two-in-one zoo and coffee shop. Exotic animals and a nice cafe with friendly staff.

We can say this is an advanced farm.

In addition to rabbits and sheep, there are also rare species of animals:

  • albino lions,
  • tigers, dwarf pigs,
  • giraffes, zebras, unafraid deer,
  • peacocks, kangaroos, alpacas and others.

In fact, Mountain Coffee is a full-fledged zoo, albeit small, but neat and tidy. There are no unpleasant odors at all, as the animals are well cleaned and looked after. All the animals are plump and cheerful and perfectly pose for the camera.

In addition to the coffee shop, there is also a very decent restaurant with Thai and European cuisine.

There you can comfortably sit in the restaurant for a snack, taste delicious coffee and excellent cakes or ice cream with a view of exotic animals.

Service is good. They cook quickly and tasty. Everything is fresh. The prices are reasonable.

You can walk on the territory of the mini-zoo and get to know all of its representatives in closer contact.

Children love to feed the animals.

At the end of the excursion, we will make a stop at the Silver Lake observation point for photographing. Small groups of 4-8 people.

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