超级cttThe elephant volunteers in this sanctuary are very interesting. Everyone will put on cute uniforms and put on food bags full of sugar cane. Before getting close to the elephants, the leader will introduce each elephant’s name, gender, and Age and characteristics, so that when we can feed, we can feel that each elephant’s temper and habits are really different; then the team leader will also educate us about elephant-related knowledge, and personally make fruit balls to help digestion. Elephants eat; at the end, I help the elephants to bathe. Seeing them all seems to enjoy them. They keep fanning their ears and spraying water playfully. It is a very interesting and meaningful trip.
Mae Taeng Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Suitable
If you love waterfalls, we’ve already got a few on my post for you to check out some of my post. But if you’re looking for an adventure to a secret waterfall, we gotchu. Mork Fa Waterfall in Mae Taeng is a bit outside of the city, and feels like a hidden oasis.
This tall and majestic waterfall is beautiful and lacks the crowds of some of the other more accessible or popular falls in the area. We arrived around 9:00 a.m. and were the only ones there for a while. There’s a sandy area and a nice pool for swimming right by the falls, a lush jungle and cave, as well as some smaller pools further out. Bring some snacks and find a sunny patch to have a little picnic.
#holidayvacation Most waterfalls you think of are extremely slippery due to the massive build up of mossy rocks or fast moving water. The Bua Thong Waterfalls (also known as "Sticky Waterfalls") in Mar Ho Phra are unique because they are fed by a spring rich in minerals.
Due to the mineral deposits in the water, the rocks have become porous and slightly spongey, allowing you to walk up them with bare feet (perfect for anyone with "wandering soles"! Haha!)
There are a couple sections to the tiered-waterfall, but our favorite was at the very bottom where the falls drop about thirty feet and you are able to climb around them. It's a great way to cool down on a hot day!
After you're done playing the falls, head up the small set of stairs opposite of the falls which leads to the source of the spring. The spring itself is a deep hole filled with vibrant blue water.
MAETAENG Elephant Park, is locared in Chiang Mai province of Thailand. This is where people could have greatest and up-close elephant experiences. If you are buying a package tour, you will experience an ox-cart ride along with bamboo rafting and buffet lunch at the river front restaurant. Imagine riding an elephant crossing the river, climbing up hill with your loved one. Very much fun! And this is a must included itinerary for your trip.
As a dining spot, it is quite luxurious in the elephant camp. The whole resort has a superb environment and several swimming pools and gyms. The menu here is not clearly marked with the price. When ordering, you need to ask carefully about the choice that is more conducive to your own.