Loy Krathong is Thailand’s very own ‘festival of lights’. A national event, it is held annually on the evening of the 12th lunar month, usually in the first half of November. Celebration involves various rituals at the Buddhist temples around Chiangmai, but the most famous and popular part is the launching of a krathong […]
Elephants are an important part of the history of Thailand. For thousands of years, they were captured and used for heavy labour. Elephants in Thailand used to haul heavy logs through forests and provided jobs to the locals. Following the 1989 ban on logging, the elephants were brought to big cities to roam the streets […]
  There have been many articles all over the internet about the ethical elephant riding in Thailand. Just like what was written in Lonely Planet about how to interact ethically with elephants, we at Doi Inthanon Elephant Park have the same advocacy. Doi Inthanon Elephant Park was born with the intention of protecting the elephants […]
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