Looked nothing like the image on Cambodian tourism website. No crocs lounging about on a dusty bank around a watering hole. Charged $3 not the $1 advertised on website to "take the tour of the farm". Didn't matter, however the "tour" consisted of a young man walking us over to some stairs and leaving us there telling us they have... 更多
Honestly, this is probably not the best place for a crocodile to live. There are what seems like hundreds of crocs all inside of a concrete enclosure with a few pools for them to cool off in. Some of the crocs were massive and others looked sickly small. I spent over an hour watching the crocodiles and some of them... 更多
On the way to Tonle Sap lake the tuk-yuk driver suggested I visit this crocodile farm. Paid $3 for entry. Nothing but a few concrete tanks with a walkway on top for you to view sleepy crocodiles from. Mostly small crocs, no big ones. A waste of time and money. There is a store selling croc leather products. I wanted... 更多
Having left the disappointing lotus farm I became even more dejected. Being a biologist I was expecting to see crocodiles of all ages living in humane conditions but not so. They are bred in large concrete pens to be slaughtered. On arriving, and not knowing what to expect, I paid a $3 entrance fee which included a young guide who... 更多
3 dollars us? for what? The place is tiny-merely a lure to get you into their shop. I asked the guide for a tour he said he was too busy b/c there were a lot of people in the shop. We walk around and see a few crocodiles then come back to the entrance and there he is sitting around... 更多
Just awful! So disgusting to see around 50 crocodiles in a space no bigger than a front room. All crammed on top of each other in a murky pool, just to get out the blazing sun. You can see the scars and open sores where they obviously fight each other all day long - out of pure frustration and boredom.... 更多
Not really for the faint of heart, the availability of live food for feeding the croc's might turn some (if not all) off. I did not realize how awesomely big these reptiles get and how fast the respond to whatever they pursue. Is worthwhile for a 30 minute visit.
Just a sad sight to see how these crocks are being bread to make shoes, belts and other stuff junk people could do without. A lot of mangled and malnourished animals. But this is the "normal" there. You average local would not think twice about that.
This place was very sad to visit. So long as you understand they are being bred to be made into handbags before you go - it's a battery hen farm for crocs. Thought provoking and interesting but made us sad.