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Mae Taeng

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Elephant Nature Park
4.6/5
485 Reviews
Elephant Camp
Zoo
Elephant Nature Park is located on the outskirts of the city at the foot of the mountains, about an hour by car from Chiang Mai Old City. The park is a rescue and rehabilitation center for elephants and provides them with a natural outdoor environment. The park has dozens of elephants, which visitors can pet, feed and even spray them down with a refreshing shower. Visitors here can also take part in a four week-long volunteer project where they take care of animals rescued from abusive environments. In addition to elephants, the park also hosts wild animals including cats, Soi dogs, water buffalo and goats, among others.
Wat Phra That
4.6/5
3,232 Reviews
Temple
Located on Doi Suthep, Wat Phra That is a famous Buddhist temple in Chiang Mai that was built in 1383. According to the legend, King Nu Naone of Lan Na placed a bone from the Buddha on a white elephant and released it into the jungle. The elephant is said to have climbed Doi Suthep, trumpeted 3 times, and then died, so the king ordered that a temple be built at the site. The 309 steps in front of the temple are guarded by two dragon sculptures, giving the temple its name. You can ascend the steps to the main hall, in whose center a golden stupa honoring the Shakyamuni Buddha is placed. After the tour, you can go to the observation deck behind the main hall to overlook the entire city of Chiang Mai.
Chiang Mai Ancient City
4.6/5
1,285 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
The Ancient City of Chiang Mai was built in 1296 and is square-shaped. Its city wall is about 1.5 kilometers long each. Part of the original walls and a moat are preserved. The Ancient City of Chiang Mai is an important part of Thai cultural heritage and also a fascinating place. There are many ruins in the Ancient City of Chiang Mai. Traditional Thai temples and pagodas are its features, and most can be visited for free. The Ancient City is also full of life. It is home to different hotels, B&Bs, restaurants, and cafes. There are also lively markets on the weekends, so you get a glimpse into the daily lives of people in Chiang Mai.
Meidan Elephant Camp
4.6/5
203 Reviews
Elephant Camp
Meidan Elephant Camp is a sanctuary where visitors can interact with the elephants. It is possible to ride, feed and even bathe the elephants. Visitors can also watch a magnificent elephant performance, with kicking, throwing, massaging, painting and more. Not only can visitors be part of the audience but they can also experience a stimulating walk on the elephant's back.

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Chiang Mai - Amazing Rafting On Mae Taeng River
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