Posted by admin on April 5th, 2014
Since the climate has been so hot over the previous week, officers at the Khao Kheow Open Zoo made it an obligation to convey ice lollies and sherbet to various inhabitant creatures at the zoo, who are not used to such high temperatures. The thought drew the consideration of guests, who additionally started distributing chilly soda pops and soil grown foods, for example, oranges and watermelons to the appreciative bears and monkeys, a hefty portion of whom can't sit tight for the approaching Songkran Read more [...]
Posted by admin on March 27th, 2014
Mr. Suriya Saengpong, Director of Khao Kheow Open Zoo nearby Sriracha affirmed another fascination for guests to get included in. Due to the invention of a coasting island, complete with inhabitant lemurs, guests, particularly the individuals who are praising their birthday, will have the opportunity to excursion by flatboat to the island and by and by food foods grown from the ground to the inviting ring tailed lemurs and obviously have a photograph with the cuddly animals to take away as a keepsake Read more [...]
Posted by admin on March 14th, 2014
Administration and staff at the Khao Kheow Open Zoo and Wildlife Sanctuary affirmed their worries this week about the dry spell that is going ahead in the region, as the nearby supply from the Chantain waterfall in Bangpra is getting crucial. The water level is much lower for this time of year and in a few parts the water has been swallowed up leaving uncovered rocks. A brief arrangement to make a dam was talked about and endorsed, so sandbags and the laying of bond is currently underway in the Read more [...]
Posted by admin on March 13th, 2014
Thailand rejoices 'National Elephant Day', pointing at raising open mindfulness about elephant preservation as the most recent elephant enumeration indicates that Thailand's pachyderm populace has dropped to under 5,000 elephants countrywide.
Elephants appreciate a buffet of leafy foods and fruits throughout Thailand's National Elephant Day in the old Thai capital Ayutthaya March 13, 2014. Thais honoured the elephant on Thursday with exceptional fruits functions the nation over to pay praise to Read more [...]
Posted by admin on January 9th, 2014
The animal kingdom is full of bizarre creatures and their bizarre habits. Not all animals stories end like the cute and cuddly animals in the fairy tales some are unsightly, unbelievable or simply strange. Recently Yahoo News came out with a list of ten strange animal stories.
Here is are the ten crazy animal stories from the wild
1. Waterfall climbing fish
No it doesn’t have feet or hooves or even claws, The Nopoli rock-climbing goby (Sicyopterus stimpsoni), is a fish that climbs rocks against Read more [...]
Posted by admin on January 1st, 2014
New Year celebrations are always grand. In the coming of age, late night Parties, night clubs, mid night firecrackers have become a mark of such celebrations. New Year is a lot more than the countdown and bell striking at 12. New Year is about appreciating the past and anticipating the future with positive thoughts.
Thailand has been a country of mixed ethnicities and thus celebrates the traditional as well as Gregorian New Year with equal enthusiasm. At JTTJ too we celebrate the New Year bash. Read more [...]
Posted by admin on December 24th, 2013
Winter nights and Christmas lights a combination that everyone loves. Typically in the western countries, you will find a scene right out of some Hollywood movie. Hot chocolate, decorated Christmas tree a burning fireplace and the entire family huddled together in the drawing room. Children excited about gifts and adults happy to see excited kids. That’s Christmas visually. But Christmas goes beyond the superficial happiness of gifts and glory. Christmas is about praising the lord and loving his Read more [...]
Posted by admin on December 18th, 2013
Doing something new is very often dangerous but it is also very correctly said doing routine is fatal. Are you tired of your routine? Are you craving to do something out of the box? Then Thailand’s Khao Kheow Open Zoo is the heaven you have been searching for. This blog goes out to all you workaholics. Sometimes we run so fast in the life’s race that we often reach the destination and miss out on the journey and as it is rightly said, the journey is more fun than the actual destination. Do not Read more [...]
Posted by admin on December 10th, 2013
Gibbons are primates that belong to the family of apes. Their primary habitat is the tropical and subtropical rainforests extending from northeast India to Indonesia and north to southern China, including the islands of Sumatra, Borneo, and Java.
They are also indicated as the lesser apes. This is because gibbons differ from great apes; they are smaller in size and their anatomical resemblance is closer to monkeys more than the apes, they exhibit low sexual dimorphism, in do not make nests. Great Read more [...]
Posted by admin on November 20th, 2013
Team JTTJ wishes everyone a happy children’s day. Today that is 20th November the world celebrates a universal children’s day.
The First children’s day was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 1954. The main agenda was to encourage all countries to appoint a day to celebrate childhood. This according to them was believed to create mutual exchange and understanding among children and initiate action to benefit and promote the welfare of the world's children.
November 20 is Read more [...]
Posted by admin on November 18th, 2013
Happy Loi Krathong!!! Once again it’s that time of the year when entire Thailand turns into a magical spectacle, almost like a scene from a fairytale. The pleasantly cool November nights and the warmth of the glittering Karthongs is perfect setting to melt the hardest heart and bring a smile on the saddest face.
Loi Krathong occurs on the full moon of the 12th month of traditional Thai lunar calendar, which is usually around November in the Georgian calendar. It is said that the festival started Read more [...]
Posted by admin on November 16th, 2013
At Khao Kheow Open Zoo it is our pleasure to announce that the national crossword puzzle competition being held inside the zoo is now coming to an exciting end. The competition was organized by the Thai Crossword Puzzle Club, with an aim to develop students’ abilities to read, write and speak Thai language correctly.
More than 200 high school and college students initially participated in the multi-round crossword competition. The semi-final round was attended by 16 semi finalists and Read more [...]