Date: June 28, 2013
After taking the bus to tour the Safari. Now we are back to the entrance where we going to chase some finest animal and stunt shows Thailand can offer.
The Safari World and Marine Park is actually side by side.
The first show we watching is the Orang Utan Show. It is a special show.
The Orang Utan is going to do boxing.
Ladies and gentlemen, please meet one of the boxer.
We even have cheer lady to start the round.
Take a look at the video clip. It is so funny.
I love it!
The next show we watch is the Sea Lions show. Look at the crowds… It is almost full.
The sea lions are pretty well train.
It is entertaining.
What surprise me is they cater two tables for us to sit down. We have 15 people, so two table is just nice. And it is a buffet. The food is OK.
Next we off to the Dolphins show. Again… full house.
The dolphins are normal pink dolphins.
The pink dolphins playing her tricks.
No surprise here.
Balancing a ball on its nose. OK.
Synchronise swimming and jumping. OK. I was going to keep my camera to save power. In fact I have placed the camera in the bag.
Then, suddenly, these 6 adorable dolphins come out from no where.
And I love it! The dolphins are so good. And it brings the dolphins shows to the next height. It is comparable to the San Dieago one.
I wanted to be that dolphins rider. It is so cool.
And guess how high the dolphins push him? Very high.
Jay Jay were so happy seeing the dolphins.
Last show is the Cowbow Stunt show.
It is like Hollywood stunt show. Lots of gun shots.
Quite violent, and quite entertaining too.
Out of the 4 shows, I like the dolphins shows the best.
And I guess my boys agree with me.
So, I strongly recommend parents with kids to visit this Safari World. And my guessing is 1 day may not be enough. May be should cater 2 days. 🙂