Khao Pra Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary


Khao Pra Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary (Krabi)


Thai/คนไทย: 20 Baht / 10 Baht
Foreigners/ชาวต่างชาติ: 200 Baht / 100 Baht
(900% more expensive for foreigners)


Have you been to this place? Were you able to get the Thai price? Was it good value for money if you had to pay the “farang” price? Let us know in the comments…

One response to “Khao Pra Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary

  1. Countries or nations who have experienced until know “development” just in the nature of consumerism and modernization, but not in the real meaning of ethical and moral developments can affort to practicise a nazi style racial discrimination to foreign nationals. With other words: The prices for customers, according to their face-outlook and skin colours entitles those cashiers in this extremely vertically structurized, spiritually dominated and poorly or not even educated sociaty, to charge foreigners higher prices throughout the nation, than to the “originals”. “Aliens” mean nothing else than money outside of this pyramid up to the very top of this country. This is (and was allways) accepted or indirectly dictated by the general top government. Reflecting a “difference” between the original population and the “aliens from some other planets”. There are also aspects or viewpoints of national security as well, as an important impact within this issue . But about this political backgrounds we can not talk in the internet. Former Germany by Adolf Hitler, as a developed state is today still very extremely “criminalized” about its extremely discrimnatory history. But less or not developed nations of our planet can affort what they want to do because they are “entitled” to be named as third world- or so called countries of the developing world, even if they, due to their ethological backgrounds, ever could (or can be able) to develop into a proper ethical- and morally minded society, with this kind of infiltration of corruption, dualism and nepotism into, a real part of the so called developed society on this planet. And all this, so extremely close to the aequator.

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