So this was sold to us on the basis that it was solely a butterfly farm, and was included in a tour we booked with our hotel. On entering the 'farm' we walked into an insect section, where an employee was in the enclosure with the leaf and stick insects, poking them to make them move for tourists. The leaf insects were then grabbed and passed around the tourists. All the insects were kept in tiny cages and many were cramped in together. The butterfly enclosurer should have been monitored so tourists couldn't touch the butterflies, however tourists could do what they like to them. Further inside, we saw other rodents (rabbits, Guinean pigs and chipmunks) in tiny, unkept cages (covered in poo) with no food and water. The most upsetting was the raccoons who were kept in tiny concrete cages with no entertainment or food. The turkeys were kept in a tiny corner and the hedgehogs are only fed cat food. This was an unsettling experience and we would urge anyone who does not want to harm animals not to go. I honestly hope this place gets shut down very soon and Asian establishments realise that this is NOT WHAT TOURISTS WANT TO SEE.
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