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I saw their staffs beaten and stabhing the elephants with their hooks and spears, I even saw multiple of their staffs kept kicking a baby elephant so hard he kept on crying. I didn't know what to do, but I wanted to do something about...More
can't deny that these babies are geniuses but little did you know, this is consider tortured to all the elephants! the workers are training them with beating and so on, it's painful to watch, if you are one of the PETA or WWF member, please...More
This place was so upsetting to go to, the elephants were poorly treated as were the other animals around. Do yourself & everyone else a favour & go to an ethical elephant sanctuary instead, where you can spend time with happy & well treated elephants...More
During my stay in Thailand I enjoyed this show among others . It was amazing and really exciting. It's worth to watch it at least once in your life.
Recommended for families with kids also. It's something unforgettable.
My PETA following animal rights activist daughter was close to crying, but the staff explained that money from tourists and visitors alike provide the elephant’s food and shelter. So naturally we ended up buying a bunch of bananas and loads of souvenirs.
We kept apologizing...More
From Bangkok city going to the famous place what they called floating market and the elephant show were about an hour and thirty minutes drive away from the capital.
The place like this it is more convent and accessible to joined the group tour which...More