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Doi Suthep-Pui

Doi Suthep-Pui

Formerly known as Doi Aoy Chang, Doi Suthep-Pui National Park is named after the mountain where the hermit Sudeva lived on it's slopes for many years. The park is situated in Chiang Mai Province, only few kilometers northwest of Chiang Mai City covering 265 km². Doi Suthep is part of the Thanon Thong Chai Range, most of it's bedrock is granite. The other two peaks are Doi Buak Ha a...

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Doi Inthanon (ดอยอินทนนท์)

Doi Inthanon (ดอยอินทนนท์)

About Doi Inthanon Also known as "The Roof of Thailand", Doi Inthanon National Park covers an area of 482 km² in Chiang Mai province north of Thailand. The park is part of the Himalayan mountain range, elevation ranges between 800 and 2565 meters with the highest peak at Doi Inthanon which is the highest mountain in Thailand. Due to the high altitude, the park has high humidi...

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Thai National park part 1 : Khao Yai

Thai National park part 1 : Khao Yai

Khao Yai is no doubt the best national park in Thailand for regular visitors where it is relatively easy to see number of interesting animals. Established in 1962 as Thailand's first national park, it is the third largest national park in Thailand. Situated mainly in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Khao Yai extends into Prachinburi, Saraburi and Nakhon Nayok provinces. Khao Yai checkpoint i...

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Lanna birthday is coming on 5 April 2018!

Lanna birthday is coming on 5 April 2018!

    Lanna birthday is coming! She is turning 3 this year in 5th of April. Come to feeding and give a present to her  at Elephant Retirement Park Chiang Mai.     www.elephantretirementpark.com chiangmai10@gmail.com

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Promotion!! Thai National Elephant Day (13 March 2018 )

Promotion!! Thai National Elephant Day (13 March 2018 )

Promotion!! Chang Thai Day or Thai National Elephant Day (13 March 2018 ) Get Free!! Elephant Retirement Park T-Shirt. When you booking to visit our park on 13 March 2018 We have Fruit buffet for elephant, come to feeding them.     Read more at wwww.elephantretirementrark.com Booking the program at https://www.elephantretirementpark.com/el...

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Thai National Elephant Day

Thai National Elephant Day

On 26 May 1998, the Thai government declared the 13th of March to annually be the Thai National Elephant Day or Chang Thai Day.The observance was suggested by the Asian Elephant Foundation of Thailand and submitted to the Coordinating Subcommittee for the Conservation of Thai Elephants. The date was chosen because the Royal Forest Department designated the white elephant as the national animal ...

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Thank you our volunteers

Thank you our volunteers

   Thank you our volunteers, for find some food and make the herbal medicines to treat the elephant from the insect also clean the house of elephant. We can confirm that you will become a true Mahout elephant carer. Thank you again for your help.     Contact us at https://www.elephantretirementpark.com/ Donate at https://www.faceb...

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Benjamas

Benjamas

Benjamas, the begging elephant on the street and circus's elephant from the central region. Her leg is broken and torn Ligament in the left front leg from the showing at circus, and causes trouble with standing.  We have trying to find a doctor from abroad such as England and United States to treat Benjamas, but cannot to treat because the symptoms are too heavy. Now we jus...

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The elephant retirement park

The elephant retirement park

  The elephant retirement park is proud of its strict policy of its treatment of elephants. There is no riding, chaining for beating of any kind  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office on 081-6719110 or 091-4826534 Email : chiangmai10@gmail.com info@elephantretirementpark.com #ElephantRetirementPark #Elephant #ChiangMai #Thailand...

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Jao Nang Story

Jao Nang Story

Jao Nang is an Asian elephant that comes from the Province of Tak, west of Thailand. She has hard a difficaltlife, with her owner mistreating her to make her a domestic animal. Once trained to that she can be controlled, usually beaten with a bull hook, she was placed in the logging trade, moving and carry heavy teak trees to the river, every day for 25 years. Her owner moved her to PA...

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The elephant in War

The elephant in War

The following is from Hindu Manner, Customs and Ceremonies. Written at the beginning of the nine – tenth century by the Abbe J,A. Dubois. Though it id about war elephants in ancient India, most of it would apply to Thailand as well. “In the first line [of attack] came the elephants. It is certain that these animals carried castles or howdahs on their backs, containing several men ar...

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Asian elephant

Asian elephant

The Thai elephant today is a symbol of past power and splendor, encountered in one form or another almost everywhere looks, and  at the same time and urgent national conundrum, upon the solution of which may depend more than the animal's mere Survival. In the narrow pursuite of material comforts, Thailand's natural resources are being pushed to the limit to supplay more energy ...

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The Thai elephant today

The Thai elephant today

The Thai elephant today is thus a symbo of past power and splendor, encountered in one form or another almost everywhere one looks, and, at the same time, an urgent national conundrum, upon the solution of which may depend much more than the animal's mere survival. in the narrow pursuit of material comforts, Thailand's natural resources are being pushed to the limit to supply mor en...

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Jao Ying Story

Jao Ying Story

  Jao Ying is an Asian elephant that comes from the Province of Tak, east of Thailand. She has had a difficult life, with her owner mistreating her to make her a domestic animal. Once trained to that she can be controlled, usually beaten with a bull hook, she was placed in the logging trade, moving and carry heavy teak trees to the river, every day for 5 years. When the Thai govern...

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Noi's Story

Noi's Story

h2{ text-align: left; font-size: 30px;} The elephant retirement park has been established to create a haven for retired elephants. Formally working in building yards, it is illegal to use elephants for labor. This is drastically altered there function in society . The camps founder, Adulwit khamya, better known as Noi, has created a sustainable habitat for the elephants to l...

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The Thai Elephant Today

The Thai Elephant Today

In the year 1900 Thailand might have had as many as 100,000 domesticated elephants, and perhaps as many as one man in fifty might have worked at least part time as a mahout, a rider or elephants. An elephant walking through a village would have excited no more attention than a ten-wheeled truck does today. The number of domesticated elephants (sometimes misleadingly called tame or work elep...

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The White Elephant

The White Elephant

To outsiders, the description might seem whimsical. To others, however, among them the Thai King to whom the report was addressed, it amounted to praise of the very highest order. For no other animal has ever been accorded such enormous respect as the white elephant. It is perhaps as well to state right away that the name is highly misleading, at least to western readers. There has never be...

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The Thai Elephant in History

The Thai Elephant in History

The first recorded elephant in Thai history occurs in a stone inscription traditionally thought to have been composed in 1292 by order of King Ramkamhaeng the Great of Sukhothai. Elephants of various kinds – tame and wild, sacred and mundane – figure all through this famous evocation of life in an idyllic kingdom. Precisely when the Asian elephant was is debatable, but it was ce...

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The Asian Elephant

The Asian Elephant

From this creature more than 300 related species evolved, some of them dwarfs and others enormous. By the time man appeared on earth, all but three had disappeared. One of these, the vast Woolly Mammoth, whose portrait appears in many prehistoric cave paintings, is believed to have made its exit from the scene about 10,000 years ago, possibly due to a period of climatic warning. This left only ...

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