Tiger! Tiger! Gallery & Exhibit

Tiger! Tiger! Gallery & Exhibit

Tiger! Tiger! Gallery & Exhibit
3.5
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Since the resident tiger was relocated to new grounds (please search "Animal Adventures - Langkawi), Raccoons have since "invaded" the cafe. Raccoons are now on exhibit on a daily basis to keep guests entertained while they sipping on the best coffee on Langkawi
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Anthony Liew
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia1,766 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2018 • Friends
It's close. I don't think I saw any notice around this place. But walk around and I believe this place is close.
Written 5 January 2018
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Ronnie L
128 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Family
I would only recommend visiting this place if you are near the Oriental Village. It is at the end of the village close to Car Park B where buses and taxis park.

There is only one tiger and one elephant here. We were fortunate that the tiger, Zanah, paced around just above the visitors' gallery when we were there.

We were provided with sugar cane and bread to feed the elephant. Children found this delightful. Some also chose to pay to ride the elephant.
Written 19 July 2017
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Roshan R
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates30 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2017 • Friends
I am a coffee drinker & i recommend this place. Jason the owner is a cool guy & passionate about the animals under his wings.
Written 8 April 2017
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Ignatius
Singapore, Singapore3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2016 • Family
Went there with my family. It's the closest one can ever get to a tiger. Very cool! My 2 boys had a great time!
Written 14 December 2016
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Mayajaal
Singapore, Singapore43 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Family
After the elephant cafe - we got a free personalised tour of the tiger enclosure with the Chef Reid who was fantastic in sharing stories and tiger facts. Then we met the three raccoons latte, mocha and Dopio (double espresso). Fun activity for kids and highly personalised too which makes it very interesting
Written 13 October 2016
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Lim C
10 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Couples
We get the free ticket from elephant cafe. the tiger name zanah, she is so amazing. beside than tiger there are also have 'latte' and 'mocha'. want to know who there are, go visit tiger tiger.
Written 11 September 2016
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L4803GLdavidp
Singapore, Singapore24 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Family
Sad and disappointed to see just 1 tiger poorly walking around his cage... not a very friendly enclosure.
Written 27 June 2016
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Sari W
London, UK80 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Family
On the way out of an elephant ride you will be diverted via Locked hall to see a tiger. Very disappointing. The cafe location used to be much better .
Written 16 May 2016
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While our former cafe location may have been better, the eventual space available to the tiger will have increased by five times. We do hope to replicate the "much better" cafe experience you speak about but an increasingly difficult financial and economic climate has set our schedule back by a year.
Written 3 June 2016
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Pitbullz
Leicestershire, UK47 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016 • Couples
I felt sick seeing this poor tiger all by itself left in the heat and in a very enclosed cage. Do not visit and fund this 'disgusting attraction!'. I should have never made the mistake of going! This attraction and the one next door with the elephant should be banned. Charging customers to see abused animals!!
Written 12 May 2016
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Perhaps, it would be better for us to describe a little history on Zanah. Zanah is a tiger born to another tiger that was rescued from the cooking pot in 2005. As as a captive tiger, Zanah will never return to the wild as there are no rehabilitation programs for captive tigers nor do we believe that tiger natural habitats adequately protected in Malaysia. Zanah and all captive Malayan Tigers will arguably never return to the wild and they will remain in a captive environment, few are better than ours. Secondly, our enclosure meets minimum enclosure standards established by the zoological fraternity in Malaysia and your visit will have helped us complete the second half of our tiger enclosure, which will more than double the current space available to her. We do not wish to feature more than a pair of tigers in the completed enclosure, and only because it is an arbitrary condition established by relevant authorities. Thirdly, your visit coincided with one of the rarest but extended dry season on Langkawi, which is obviously beyond our control. We have, however, ensured that our animals have access to running water and a suitably sized pond (there will be two by the end of the year), in which the tiger is able to dip whenever she feels like it. You cannot deny that her enclosure is heavily shaded by trees we preserved during the construction of the enclosure, the first half of which was completed in July 2016. Yes, there are some who would prefer a dead tiger over a captive tiger, unfortunately, we do not share that sentiment and we have demonstrated that by having gone "all-in" to protect and providing for our solitary tiger despite an increasingly difficult financial and economic backdrop. Every dollar raised--including that from you--will go towards improving and enlarging facilities as well as providing adequate care for her. We regret that you did not have a more positive experience but, nonetheless, thank you for your support.
Written 3 June 2016
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J. Song
Langkawi, Malaysia162 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Family
beware of the tiger inside cafe in Oriental Village!! a must see and visit cafe in Pantai Kok area!! highly recommended if you are into a good coffee, If I am not mistaken they serve organic coffee from cambodia or vietnam, I personally have visited this cafe many times in the past with my kids and thinking of going again !!
Written 30 April 2016
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Thank you for your highly positive comments but they are somewhat outdated. The tiger exhibit has been relocated to new facilities that will eventually cover more than five times the previous space averrable to the tiger. However, works on the new cafe (both outdoor and air-conditioned) progresses incrementally. We do hope to have it operational by your next visit to Langkawi. Kindly identify yourself on arrival so that we may describe the many changes that have since taken place in a guided tour of the new tiger enclosure.
Written 3 June 2016
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