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We are Butterfly Complex Center on Ko Lanta. We have Herb & Fruit Garden. You can see Pineapple Plantation, and some local animals. Like Eagle, Otter, Squirrel and Monkey. We also have some Colourful Butterflies.
It's been years since I visited this place. And again found it nice and pleasant and surprisingly the owner came to us and asked if we had visited some years before , they even had the right year.
Sadly people are confusing this business with...More
I thought this would be full of beautiful butterflies so we stopped by mistake. It’s more of a small holding with caged animals although the host is very friendly.
There are monkeys on chains, a caged otter, fish in a very muddy pond plus a...More
Chained monkeys,cats in cages, solitary caged otter ....... desperate conditions for the animals and birds unfortunate enough to be in captivity here. The few butterflies in evidence were shown at the end of the of the guided tour with some misplaced drama .......... there were...More
It’s label as an butterfly farm which is more like a farm full of wild cage animals with a few butterflies in an cage full of plants etc! The people were lovely but the place was dirty the animals were all caged up and I...More
Please do not support this business. Wish I had of read these reviews first before paying them money to continue what they are doing. Very distressed young otter in a smelly tiny cage ( also very hungry), monkeys on chains, eagles in cages. If you...More
Fantastic day out if you enjoy seeing animals suffer!! There are many instances of animal cruelty and neglect here in thailand. But eagles, monkeys and otters here are kept in sad small cages with no space or love. Please don't support this.
There are many negative reviews about this place. I would like to correct this view. Yes, the animals are caged or on leashes. But they would probably be dead if not for the people at this place. They rescue and take in injured and abused...More