Aniissa22This temple is one of the oldest temples in Thailand, which is a condition of the ancient and attractive architecture style. And the most interesting of all here is the Khmer-style Khmer-style swords and formed like a sword, which is filled with the best porselling and mozaik from China.
XuefeiWhen you come to Chiang Mai, you must come to the Meisha Elephant Camp. ❗All kinds of baby elephants, cute, cute, clean and smart, playing football, carrying wooden stakes, killing chickens, painting...get Various skills, especially the painting with a brush with a nose curled on the scene, this level of strength crushes our scum. The painted works are sold on the spot. The most expensive pair of 4500 baht is directly grabbed by the second. Recommended index: Name: Mae Sa Elephant The detailed address of the camp: 119/9 Tapae Rd., Muang District, Chiang Mai Thailand 50100 Transportation strategy: It is about 25 kilometers away from the ancient city of Chiang Mai. It can be reached by grab or double car. The most hassle-free way is to book a half-day tour of Mesa Elephant Camp or Mesa Elephant Camp + Jungle Leap Day Tour⏰Business hours: 08:00-16:00 Tickets: 200 baht, elephant riding is expected to be charged separately Play time: 2-3 hours. Practical tips1⃣️Elephants are friends of human beings. You can choose whether to ride an elephant or not. I won't make too many moral comments here. I just want to say that the feeling of backache after sitting is not easier than an elephant. 2⃣The elephant camp has 3 performances every day at 8:00, 9:40 and 13:30. Don’t miss it, the essence. ❗❗❗3⃣Elephants love sugar cane and bananas. There are many places to sell in the camp. , 40 baht for a bunch of bananas or sugar cane, 100 baht for 3 bunches. In addition to the elephants at the entrance of the performance venue, there were one or two baby elephants who were born a few months old and were born for a few months after walking a few hundred meters. The super cute love could not help but give her one banana after another~ A few months old baby elephants can’t stick out their noses and roll food out of the fence, so they are all eaten by her mother. 4⃣A row of elephants at the entrance of the performance venue are professional actors, you must take pictures and they will wear them for you. Will you give you a hat? If you get a tip (usually 20 baht), you will roll up the bill and use your nose to show the "magic of love in circles".
Mae Taeng Driving: Suitable| Running: Suitable| 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.