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Don't bother to travel there. Not much to see apart from the show that you can see everywhere else.
They claim that they are the capital of the elephants in Thailand. Not even an ethical sanctuary. All they try is to get you pay for...More
It's place really nice and i retesting because they have elephants show that elephants will go lots of activities for tourists.
Elephants are big, small and medium size.. they are tamed by trainers. They are good in making fun and taking people around in their...More
...taking the trip from Buri Ram via Satuek can be a bit difficult for foreigners as it is not well advertised...and little or no road signs. But that is actually great...so not swamped with tourists. Anyway entrance fee for foreigners is 100bath so it will...More
The third annual elephant polo tournament will be held in Ban Ta Klang June 16-18, 2016. There will be six teams from three continents to raise funds for the village, the primary and secondary schools, and elephant conservation. We have been a number of times...More
Before you go here, think about why the mahouts/handlers are using hooks and strapping the elephant backs with those atrocious saddles for tourists enjoyment? If you do your research, the elephants are not happy with this. Instead, spend your money and time in the local...More
We went here a few years back and it had much more going on there.
We came with our little boy this year, it wasn't very expensive to get in I think it was 120B for 2 adults and a child.
The elephant show was...More
This is a good value for a small attraction that lets you get close to elephants. It is a bit out of the way, but worth a side trip if you are driving. Keep your eyes peeled as you approach the Village. You'll often see...More
We had quite an experience getting to Ban Ta Klang elephant village by local bus.
It took us a good 2 hours with a couple of stops for local village people to pick up the godds they were buying. So we travelled with flour pakets,...More
The elephant is one of the national symbols of Thailand and here in the small village of Ban Ta Klang, in Surin Province, the local Suai people are traditional elephant catchers, trainers and handlers.
The village is well worth a visit where you can see...More