Samui boasts many natural activities that can be explored by families, couples or even solo travellers. During our stay, we discovered Paradise Park Farm. Located in the Tailing Ngam area of the Island, the farm was built over 4 years and sits upon 20 acres of unspoilt farmland. The location includes a pool with a panoramic view of the island, a café where you can enjoy traditional Thai and European food accompanied with arguably one of the best panoramic views of the island and many animals including coloured pigeons, emu, deer, goats and ponies.
If you would like your kids to be entertained for hours or perhaps are a big kid at heart yourself,
Paradise Park Farm will not disappoint. If you enjoy interacting with wildlife in the natural habitat, Paradise Park Farm is the perfect location. With the help of the friendly on-site staff you can hand feed most of the animals (except the emu) and can even interact with Molly and Marcha, the colourful bilingual parrots who can speak to you in Thai or English! While here you will also be greeted by more familiar animals such as rabbits and deer. You can remain rest assured there will be countless opportunities to take photos accompanied with the spectacular panoramic views and inquisitive wildlife.
While the children are occupied by the wildlife on-site, you will have the chance to unwind and relax with some of the best views on offer in Samui, accompanied with the cooler temperatures in the park as it is located way up high in the tropical forest. By the pool, there are a
number of sunbeds and a bar allowing you to enjoy your favourite beverage in absolute serenity. After you have taken a dip in the pool, an onsite restaurant which provides many Thai and European dishes is available allowing you to enjoy your meal with a breath-taking view of the surrounding island.
After you and the family have exhausted yourself of the multitude of activities available at Paradise Park Farm, you will have one final chance to experience the descent from the heights of Samui’s tropical forest, back to the central parts of the island to enjoy the rest of your day.