Poi Loen Sip Et Festival, Mae Hong Son

September 18, 2011 1 ความคิดเห็น

The "Poi Loen Sip Et Festival" or Tai Yai's End of Buddist Lent is a tradition that the Torism Authority of Thaialnd (TAT) has selected in its project "12 Months, 7 Stars and 9 Suns Amazing Thailand That Must Be Experienced" that is held every year in the Mae Hong Son municipality during the 13th day of the waxing moon of the 11th lunar month till the 8th day of the waning moon of the 12th lunar month. this follows the belief of the Thai Yai hill tribe who has continuously conducted this event for generations. Before Ok Phansa or the End of Buddhist Lent, there is the Chong Para procession. On the 15th day of the waxing moon of the 11th lunar month, the local people will conduct Tak Bat Thewo at Wat Phra That Doi Kong Mu. At dawn, the monks, novices, and laypeople will stand on both sides of the way for alms making. For further information.

Elephants at work in Mae Sa, Chiang Mai

September 11, 2011 0 ความคิดเห็น

Elephants at work
Visit the magnificent Mae Sa Elephant Camp, 30 minutes drive to the northwest of Chiang Mai city, which is located on the banks of a small river, where there is a demonstration of how intelligent of the trained elephants skillfully work in the forests. The show included elephant bathing in the river, dragging and pushing logs, responding commands and see how this talented animal create many abstract and realistic pictures.  This is your chance to enjoy an elephant riding around the camp (The tour price not include in this case). On the return to Chiang Mai, stop at the Orchid Nursery to see varieties of gorgeous orchid blooms in a dazzling array of colors.

Trekking Chiang Rai

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Hiking is a form of physical activity based on walking in the area, both along routes (roads, trails, etc..), Also variously equipped, freely, outside fixed routes. Often, the term derives from the English language, is also shown with trekking or hiking. The first term comes from the verb to trek, which means to walk slowly or even make a long journey. The second comes from the verb to hike, which means walk.

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