Come face-to-face with a family of Amur tigers and take a plunge over Tiger Rock...
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Land of the Tiger is home to Chessington's family of Amur tigers, one of the world's most endangered species.
The pathway through the land weaves through the tiger enclosures, allowing guests to get up close to the animals and even watch them as they roam above the path on special overhead walkways.
For those looking for more of an adventure, Tiger Rock is a large log flume which floats alongside the tigers before plunging over the huge Tiger themed rockface which acts as centrepiece to the land.
There is a single path through Land of the Tiger, which starts in Lost Kingdom and connects to Wild Asia. Access is also available from Land of the Dragons.
Quick snacks in the Land of the Tiger
Ice creams and donuts underneath Tiger Rock
Games arcade in Land of the Tiger
Tiger Rock themed ride mechandise (2018-2020)
Entrance to Land of the Tiger
Visitors watch riders splashing down Tiger Rock
There are plenty of windows to spot the tigers from
One of Chessington's Amur tigers
The tigers can cross the path using overhead walkways
The path leads through Land of the Tiger
Passing alongside the tiger enclosures
The giant buddha
A sign explaining the giant buddha
The buddha has been at Chessington since 1987 and was previously painted turquoise blue
Tiger Treats is a popular food outlet selling donuts and ice creams
The village deep inside Land of the Tiger
Tiger Rock's station is located within the village
A busy day in Land of the Tiger
Entrance to Tiger Rock
Oriental themed station building
Log flume boats float through Land of the Tiger
Tiger Rock's picturesque first drop
The Merlion stands at the entrance to Singapore Harbour
Boats pass beside the tiger enclosures
Crashing through the giant tiger rockface
Weaving their way back to the station
Non-riders can view the log flume from around Land of the Tiger