Established in 1993, this elephant care center is the only state-owned elephant care center in Thailand and the only elephant nursing home in Thailand. The elephants in the center come from all parts of Thailand. They need a license to keep elephants in Thailand. For example, all elephants without a license have been confiscated, lost or disabled on the road, and abandoned elephants have been sent here. At present, more than 70 elephants have been adopted, including many. An image of disability, illness and old age. The center has Thailand's first elephant hospital, which provides treatment services for these elephants. Although the conservation center has long-term corporate sponsorship, elephants are really good at eating. Asian elephants eat 150 to 200 kilograms of food a day. The cost of elephants'food imposes a burden on the conservation center. Therefore, healthy elephants in the park must perform to earn food expenses, which is similar to the concept of affordable households. I agree with this concept very much. Only self-sufficiency can last long and the park has sufficient funds. Elephants can eat better. This is different from the profit-making elephant garden around Chiang Mai, where nobody abuses elephants.
Because of the large area, some motorcycles are selling. I follow the principle of closer hiking and watch them around the low and broken walls around the periphery. Few travelers, suitable for a quiet walk. There are also elephants for cycling, but the cost is high, "poor donkey" just walk around and enjoy themselves. Unfortunately, there are too few bathrooms, so I almost can't hold back to solve the problem in broad daylight.
Elephants are respected in Thailand. After watching the performance, the bulky elephants can also be very flexible. When riding an elephant, some people take pictures at a fixed time, but they still feel that the pictures taken directly for the tipper rider are more appreciated, and they also sit more for a while.
Very good. Very funny. Very happy. It's worth going. To buy some bananas, you'd better buy a picture of an elephant. It's worth it.
It's really good. Bangkok East Paradise has seen it before, but it's not so wonderful. It's worth coming.
I went with a group, so it was very easy to find a route without looking at the map. On the way to Xiangyuan, there were mountain and water guides. They said that this is a nature preservation park. They can get close contact with the elephants. There is no elephant riding project. I think I will come to Thailand for the second time and try to travel freely.
If you really want to contact animals, you can choose to volunteer at the Elephant Protection Center in Chiang Mai. There are several organizations protecting elephants in Thailand, where elephants are rescued. In the protection center, these animals do not need to continue to be harmed by human beings, and people can also contact them closely.