Paradise Park Farm

A relaxing day out at the farm on the mountain in Samui
Paradise Park Farm Koh Samui

Description

Spend the day in the natural air of Koh Samuiā€™s highest mountain. Enjoy the beautiful variety of plants in the tropical garden. At the farm there are ponys, deer, emus and doves that you can interact with, as well as exotic parrots that will come to entertain you. The aviary is filled with hundreds of birds. And if the day becomes too hot, cool down at the infinity pool, with breathtaking views looking down on Koh Samui. You can also dine at the restaurant which serves Thai and international dishes.

Trip information

What's included

The trip includes a round-trip transfer from your hotel. A set Thai lunch.

What to bring

If you plan to swim, then you may want to bring your own swimming clothes and a towel. Sunscreen and Sunglasses.

Prices

Adult: 1,300 Thai baht
Child: 1,000 Thai baht

*Child is aged 3-10 years.

Booking Enquiry

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How booking works

The first step is to fill out the form above and send it to us. We will check the availability of the tour and the confirm the Hotel name. If everything is ok, we will send you an invoice to pay the total price. Once you have paid, the tour will be booked and a confirmation email sent to you. The invoice link we send you will expire within 8 hours from the time it is sent to you. This is due to the busyness of the tours during certain periods.

If your chosen dates are not available, we will let you know availability of nearby dates. If the hotel name and address can not be found we will also let you know via email. Only once everything is confirmed to your liking, we can send out an invoice to you.
If you don't have a hotel name to give us yet, but would like to still pay to reserve your place, please enter 'tbc' (to be confirmed) in the 'Hotel name and address' input box. We will book the tour for you and keep your file open, awaiting the hotel name.

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