Students from Garden International School (GIS) got close to nature during an overnight trip to Khao Kheow Open Zoo.
Both Year 3 classes went on a residential trip to Khao Kheow Open Zoo to celebrate the end of their unit “You Are What You Eat”.
Yichiao, from 3LD, said: “I went on an exciting trip. I saw monkeys everywhere and an otter drowning but then they rescued her. I saw 3 lions dancing. I fed grass to sheep and camels and I ate ice creams. I also enjoyed the playground. At night I saw fireflies.”
Students got close to the animals during their zoo trip.
Hannah, from 3LD, added: “My favourite part at the zoo was walking up the mountain where we learned about plants and their healing power because it was like an adventure! I also enjoyed the night show because it was fun looking at a tiger swim and eat pieces of meat.”
GIS is based in Ban Chang, near Pattaya.
GIS students enjoyed a trip to Khao Kheow Open Zoo.
Getting close to nature at Khao Kheow.