There is not much to do and it’s a small place that you can finish the visit within an hour. You can feed elephants for 100 baht and sheeps for 20baht for a 5 strings of longbeans. The sheeps look really hungry and dirty.
I took the elephant ride. It is 500 baht for about 20minutes ride, going through the back forested area and walking through some pools of water. It’s a good experience.
Along the way my elephant was not happy and stopped a few times. Generally I’m happy because the elephants are not prodded with sticks, the caretaker kicked gently and the elephants walks.
There is only one bad thing, they asked us to buy ivory necklaces and some gifts right before we return to the starting point on top of the elephant. I’m uncomfortable and didn’t want to buy ivory but the caretaker said the ivory sold is used to buy bamboo for the elephants, otherwise that elephant will not have food. I don’t like this idea and I hope the management do something about this.
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