Elephants Shows Chiang Mai
Updated October 2014
Maesa Elephant Camp  (update March 2014)

These elephants were actually featured in "Ripley's Believe It Or Not"  
"They can Paint"
Located twenty minutes from downtown Chiang Mai, "Maesa Elephant
Camp" is home to one of the largest assembly of elephants in the north of
Thailand.  You can take the Yellow Bus from Chang Puak Bus Station to
Maesa.  The to and from times are 9:00, 10:25, 11:00, 11:50, 13:15, 14:30,
16.30 .  Cost 40 Baht.  Pho: Chang Puak  053 211 586   
Elephant Shows are at:  
8:00   9:40    01:30
GPS:  18°55'28.15"N,  98°55'57.45"E  
Visit their website  CLICK HERE  

Elephant Conservation Center

Located in Lampang - These Elephants also Paint
The Thai Elephant Conservation Center (TECC), founded in 1993 under
Royal Patronage, cares for more than 50 Asian elephants in a beautiful forest
conveniently located near the famous city of Chiang Mai.
Elephant Shows are at:
 10:00   11:00   01:30
Visit their website  CLICK HERE
GPS: 18° 21' 52"N, 99° 14' 53"E

Patara Elephant Farm

The farm invites you to hands-on experience on participating, sharing
responsibilities and taking care of an elephant. "Elephant Owner for a Day" is
a special program created for everyone to learn and interact with elephants
as what an owner would do daily,
Visit their website  CLICK HERE

Chiang Dao Elephant Camp & Training Center

The elephant training center at Chiang Dao combines training and jungle
activities, with a one-on-one elephant encounter you’ll never forget.

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Elephant Sanctuary

This elephant sanctuary, 50 kilometers north of Chiang Mai is deserving of the
many awards and acknowledgments its founder, Lek, has won.  The park provides
protection from elephant abuse. Currently, 33 elephants roam around freely in a
very large area that replicates well a wild elephant habitat.
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Mae Ping Elephant Village

The Elephant show off their various skills,  even have Elephant rides where tourists
ride the Elephants for an hour or two through the jungle surrounding the camps.
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Elephant Nature Park

Elephant Nature Park is a unique project set in Chiang Mai province. Established in
the 1990's our aim has always been to provide a sanctuary and rescue centre for
elephants. The park is located some 60km from the city, and has provided a sanctuary
for dozens if distressed elephants from all over Thailand.
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Jumbo Elephant Camp

Our mahouts (elephant trainers) will share their ancient knowledge of elephants with
you. Getting up close and personal with your own elephant, you will learn how to care
for it and ride it through the jungle
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Thai Elephant Home

Established in 2005, the Thai Elephant Home is the most eco-friendly elephant home
in its area.  Here at Thai Elephant Home you will learn to ride and command
elephants, bathe with them and play in the mud with them. Unlike other similar
program in the area we guarantee your own elephant for the day.
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Elephant Experience in Thailand

Learn how to care and respect elephant . The elephants are not inside a park, not
inside a camp, neither a farm or even an hospital.  Eddy elephant is a group of
elephant owners who care them at home. They are part of their family
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Woody Elephant Training

Woody’s elephant training is a sanctuary for Asian elephants and our job here is to
make sure elephants can live a life in peace and harmony alongside humans. We are
the first elephant here in the Chiang Mai region and unlike others we are here to
make life better for our elephants first
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Elephant Nature Foundation

Elephant Nature Park provides a safe home to rescued elephants who were previously
abused and neglected. Perfect for day trips, overnight visits, and long-term volunteer
opportunities, Elephant Nature Park offers a unique experience for visitors of all ages.
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Baan Chang Elephant Park

Give you a wonderful introduction to the Asian elephants. You will learn about the
behaviors and lifestyle of these elephants, also you can learn how to control and bath
the elepants as if you are a Mahout. All the while, you will be able to ride elephants
through the hills and jungle
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Maetaman Elephant Camp

Many opportunities to interact with elephants--different packages that even allow you
to be a "mahout." Ride elephants through a hilly jungle area. Feed elephants. Most
amazing...watch them paint!
View their website  CLICK HERE

Maetang Elephant Park and Hospital

Maetang Elephant Park and Elephant Hospital is all about Elephants.  A true
Interactive Experience. Elephant riding, elephant hospital, elephant show, elephant
painting.  Get up close and touch, smell, feel the elephants.  Bamboo Rafting on a
jungle river, Ox cart ride in Rural Countryside, Gift Shops, Restaurant and so much
View their website  CLICK HERE
Don's Life In Thailand (Chiang Mai)

To watch a YouTube Video
of the Elephant painting
the picture below


Doi Suthep
Chiang Mai Zoo
Night Safari
Elephant Camp
Tiger Kingdom
Chang Dao Cave

Water Falls

Mae Sa Falls
Doi Inthanon Falls
Huay Kaew Falls
Mae Takhrai
Mae Takhrai

Thai Cooking School

A Lot Of Thai
Smart Cook
Thai Kitchen
Thai Cookery
Siam Rice
Baan Thai


Doi Inthanon
Doi Suthep
Sri Lanna
Ob Luang
Huay Naam Dang
Doi Wiang Pha

National Parks

Doi Inthanon
Doi Suthep
Sri Lanna
Ob Luang
Huay Naam Dang
Doi Wiang Pha

Hot Air Baloon
Rock Climbing
Sky Adventure

Museum's Gallery's

Chiang Mai National
Hill Tribe Museum
Museum of World
Dhara Phirom Palace
Wat Gate Museum


Sunday Night Market
Night Bazzar
Sat Walking Street
Airport Plaza
Pantip Plaza
Kad Suan Kaew