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  • Andrea M
    London, UK2 contributions
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    Beautiful temple in the heart of chiang mai, well worth a visit any time of the day! Entrance is affordable, good to take the time to visit if you are in chiang mai!
    Written July 4, 2024
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  • Niranjanbi
    Singapore, Singapore52 contributions
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    Visited this place during April 24, it is a must visit place in Chiang Mai. Architecture of the temple makes it unique. Mindset of people or monks in and around are very nice.
    Written May 1, 2024
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  • Eleanor F
    Cheshire, UK192 contributions
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    The most wonderful experience with majestic creatures. This is a great day for all the family and you really get involved in feeding, caring and bathing the elephants. All staff were fantastic and our guide, Nine, was a very charismatic young man indeed. We learned so much about why the sanctuary has been set up and that our money helps towards the upkeep.
    Written July 18, 2024
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  • Siwarit
    Bangkok, Thailand195 contributions
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    This temple is located 15 km from Chiangmai city center. It can be reached by car or motorbike. It has breathtaking view as it is located in the hill. The interesting things are the golden pagoda and the buddha image (Luang Phor Tun Jai). Furthermore, visitor can see the buddha in three postures (standing, reclining and sitting).
    Written April 23, 2024
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  • Flyer42406445841
    1 contribution
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    I was there with my sister and has such a great time.

    Eddy really loves what he does, and also rhe elephants are so cute. First we were a little bit affraid because they where coming very close, but we noticed really fast that all they want is food.

    This care park, did rescue the elephants a long time ago and they are treating them species appropriate (no ridikg, no unnecessary baths,…).

    The owner did pick us up at our hostel and then we haded to the farm (1-1,5 hour ride). We also tried tasty watermelon.
    Written July 18, 2024
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  • NickGi
    Germany178 contributions
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    This is one of the nice sparks I have seen in Thailand. The flowers and fauna is really pretty. A great place to go and it is not crowded and full of!!! Great day out. The temple is also quite amazing.
    Written March 18, 2024
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  • Neil G
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Amazing time, I would definitely recommend the trip if in Chiang Mai. The staff was amazing, friendly, knowledgeable, and made it fun. Spending tines with the elephants was a great experience, they were definitely happy and having fun. The experience is one that must be tried if possible
    Written July 22, 2024
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  • singhasam
    Weymouth, UK4,025 contributions
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    CHIANG Mai's Tha Phae Gate is perhaps one of the city's most famous landmarks.
    Countless people pose for selfies and photos at its entrance on the eastern side of the wall, one of five gates to the Old City.
    It is also known to tourists as the place where Chiang Mai's famous Sunday Market starts, stretching away into the Old City in a bewildering array of thousands of stalls.
    Well worth a visit but beware the latest craziness to be inflicted on visitors.
    It seems that guides for a certain type of tour group get their charges assembled and then deliberately scare the hundreds of pigeons in the area to take flight to provide a photo with clouds of birds in it. Needless to say, it's not the birds going up that you have to watch out for but what comes down!
    The gate itself forms part of the moat and city defences originally designed to combat any invasion.
    Written November 29, 2023
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  • JellyB
    Singapore, Singapore866 contributions
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    There is plenty of local food and if you aren’t crafted out by this stage (after visiting different markets in Chiangmai), there is a good selection here.

    For the food, we really really liked the freshly steamed filled rice rolls (in Singapore/Malaysian we call them chee cheong fun) and man! these were super delicious. They come in 8 different flavors and guess what? It’s 8 to a portion so if you can’t decide what to have, just have one of each!!!

    The mango sticky rice was one of the better ones we had too. The glutinous rice was cooked to a light and fluffy texture. Perfect!!!

    Besides the food, the mall was the perfect excuse to hide away from the afternoon sun. My friend got a massage, I raided the supermarket looking for local snacks and had a nosey around the mall for local Thai brands.

    Good for passing away 2-3 hours. Have fun.
    Written September 4, 2022
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  • Marina L
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This experience was unforgettable - absolutely incredible. The festival itself was lovely and fairly well organized, with the exception of the transportation to the grounds which was disorganized with multiple queues and nobody there to direct people. That aside, upon arrival it was great. Tons of food, activities, and exploring to be done before the formal ceremony begins, so go early to have time to soak it in. We sat quite far back for the ceremony, so the audio wasn't great but it was a good cultural experience. The lanterns are of course the highlight; this was a surreal experience and made it all worth it. Be prepared for about an hour drive in a tuk tuk each way and note that the outhouse bathrooms were pretty disgusting.
    Written December 15, 2023
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  • John K
    Costa Mesa, CA2,447 contributions
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    Entry is 100 thb for foreigners plus 30 thb for a car. This waterfall is a series of 10 levels, some more dramatic than others. There are three parking areas. If you park at the top level, you can access level 3 to level 10. Some people have said that solid shoes are required, but I did not find that to be the case. The entire path is paved with concrete or stone, and there are no real steep stretches. Flip flops will work if you are used to walking in them. Crocs, probably not. If time is limited, rather than push all the way up to level 10, I would concentrate on levels 5, 6, and 7, the most dramatic falls. There is a checkpoint at level 6, with an attendant. Appears that the upper levels are sometimes closed. Toilets are available at each parking lot. Toilets at lots 2 and 3 are not too fancy. I didn't try the toilet at lot 1, but the building looked new, probably the place to stop if you need sit down. There are food sellers at lot 3. I ordered pork liver salad for 100 thb. Food was tasty and the ladies were eager to chat.
    Written November 13, 2023
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  • Livie S
    89 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Although this is a great zoo to go round on the truck at night we didn’t realise it was not ethical as our hotel didn’t not tell us. The tiger show especially was hard to watch as the tigers were clearly scared of the keepers and we then regret going. There is hardly anywhere to get food. The water show is okay and it’s nice to see so many animals but a lot of the pens were really small and when you drive past they shine a light in the animals faces.
    Not sure I would recommend giving money to a organisation like this if I knew before I went. The elephant and bear were also trained to wave at us which is clearly not natural.
    Written March 21, 2024
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  • NickGi
    Germany178 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    I’m going to have to write a disappointing review. The zoo is definitely in need of financial support. So don’t be put off from going there if you just put your expectations back a bit. It’s a nice place to visit, the animals are nice but I think some could be more attended to. The zoo looks a little run down but that is my subjective.
    Written March 18, 2024
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK185,717 contributions
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    This temple was the first to be built upon the founding of the city by King Mangrai in 1297. The oldest structure is the stupa, aka the Elephant Stupa, so named because of the elephant statues that around the base that support the structure.

    The main temple has a high altar with a golden statue of the Buddha calling Mother Earth to Witness his past deeds. All around this statue is an assorted collection of Buddha statues of different sizes and poses.

    A wonderful Thai Temple to visit.
    Written April 20, 2024
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  • quinnyb3
    Whangarei, New Zealand28 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    A lovely little store, we have been in a few times. Some beautiful art and great gifts to take home for friends and whānau.
    Written July 15, 2024
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