Did this experience as part of a holiday excursion off a cruise ship, thought it was going to be a bit Corney after the stage show, but very interactive had some photos done that weren’t over expensi...
We got to this site an hour before closing. We took the 30 minute jungle elephant ride. Fed the elephant along the way. It's interesting, especially if you've never ridden an elephant. Would not ...
On the stage, they use the short-lived life to interpret the fleeting Fanghua.
Pattaya Elephant Village is a not-for-profit elephant sanctuary located in Pattaya in the Thai Province of Chonburi. It was originally used to train elephants to perform labor, but has now become a famous tourist destination. The elephant village was established in 1973 to provide a safe place for former working elephants that have been injured or fallen ill. Visiting the elephant village is not only a near-spiritual experience, but an act of charity, as visitors’ entrance fees go towards providing for the elephants both now and in the future.