All the comments are about the amazing things and how good they are doing. Agree, but for me, as a tourist, having a good time is also very important. The journey from Siem Reap is too long. The number of animals is relatively limited. There are not too many animal species for children. It is difficult to understand what the tour guide said. Honestly, even if everyone commented that this is not a zoo, But as a "visitor" at the center, it seems no different to me, except that you are surrounded by forest.
There is a tour in the morning and afternoon. At other times, it is not open to the public. It is purely public welfare. You need to donate 3-8 knives. There are local animals in Cambodia. You also see monkeys without tail. It is a meaningful tour.
The Angkor Centre for Biodiversity Conservation, which is a free-to-visit facility for animal conservation and rescue and dissemination of animal conservation knowledge, has been shown here in many of the rare animals in Southeast Asia, especially some of the local animals that are endemic to Cambodia. There are also donation boxes at the entrance to the centre, and visitors are advised to donate some money for animal protection.
We had a tour guide who had great English, super good tour guide, she was happy to answer all our questions and knew a lot about animals. Very impressive is how people here work for all kinds of animals and sadly also hear what some people think they can do with animals. If you like animals, please come here.
We had a tour guide who had great English, super good tour guide, she was happy to answer all our questions and knew a lot about the animals. Very impressive