奥古其文Elephant camp activities are basically divided into two parts, watching elephant acrobatics performance and riding elephants across the river to ride back. Impression is elephant painting, in the training of elephant trainers, the senior elephants after years of training, will use a brush for watercolor painting. And the painting is very good. Paintings can be purchased on site, about 200 yuan a piece. If it is the first time to come, sit an elephant is a must experience.
TravelsYou’ve never been to Chian Mai unless you visited this beautiful and stunning place. It never failed to amazed me and took my breathe away. The gorgeous Chiang Mai city view is superb, the Buddhist temple experienced is beyond, the weather is so perfect, side trips were awesome, it’s very unforgettable. I should've done this the first time I came to Chiang Mai.
JJ77It is a newly built temple in Chiang Mai. It covers a large area and is said to be the largest temple complex in Chiang Mai. It is still under repair. The grandeur of the Blue Temple is the most complete Thai-style temple complex in Chiang Mai. There are many fun-filled statues and gadgets in the temple. Maybe there are not many tourists at present, there are no tickets, no parking fees.
vivienvivien"Sutie" means "Xianyou" in Thai, and the locals also call this mountain "Yuxianshan" or "Huixianshan". Located in the western outskirts of the ancient city of Chiang Mai, at an altitude of 1667 meters, it is a famous Buddhist holy land in Thailand. The mountain is full of five-colored roses, the top of the mountain is surrounded by white clouds, and the climate is cool, which is very suitable for summer leisure. There are 300 steps to reach the observation deck on the top of the mountain, with a panoramic view of the downtown area of Chiang Mai, which is a natural observation deck in Chiang Mai. The famous Ssangyong Temple is built on the mountain, as well as the Phu Ping Palace, the summer residence of the King of Thailand.
Mar 1, 2021 Mae Taeng Weather:Sunny, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:56%, Sunrise/Sunset:06:44/18:30
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.
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.