Ganesha Park

Address: 409/1 Tambon Thakanun, Kanchanaburi, 71180, Thailand | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on 409/1 Tambon Thakanun, Kanchanaburi.
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    Kanchanababes

    A travel blog entry by sophiecooke on Jul 29, 2015

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    ... absolutely love the water. Some of them love it so much, they will stay in for hours and one of their trainers/carers (they're called Mahouts) will have to stay in the water with them until they decide they want to get out. There are 2 baby elephants and they were having so much fun in the water-playing and jumping all over each other. From there, our group went to prepare the food for the older elephants. A lot of the older one's don't have teeth and cannot chew their food so we had ...

    Volunteering at a Safari Park

    A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on May 20, 2015

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    ... when they're coming and you just push them away. I didn't spend long in here, it was tiring. We fed the, bottled milk for lunch too, you have to hold them like a baby and they hold the milk bottle between their front paws and use their back claws to keep it upright. Next we fed the lions... The naughtiest of the lot! They are only young but they are still pretty big. You hold the bottle upright and they sit up and drink..my lion decided it had had enough and went to bite my ...

    The bug net bouncer

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 09, 2015

    18 photos

    ... we were getting given water throughout the day, but we went through at least 1.5 litres and had a feeling they weren’t supplying us with that much water. Edd scanned the room and picked our packet of water up off the table, knocking over the water glass we’d been provided with by the guesthouse, shattering it on the floor. 50 Baht please, Mr Steer. We were doing so well, past tense. We climbed in the mini bus taxi and met a young Danish ...

    A dry night

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 04, 2015

    18 photos

    ... The heat here is distinctively different from Bangkok; it’s hot, but the humidity is a lot lower. Seeking shelter under trees in the shade in 39-degree heat here meant you actually felt some relief; in Bangkok however, the humidity clung to every inch of your body – shade meant nothing there, we were glad it had value in our home for the next 5 days. We could have taken a taxi, but decided that 2km’s wasn’t that ...

    The Bridge over the River Kwai

    A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Nov 25, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a cake, which if you bought them yourself from a shop would cost less than the price difference anyway. Rip off aside, the scenery was beautiful and going along the side of a cliff with just a sheer drop to one side is quite an experience. That evening, there was a festival commemorating the bridge over the river Kwai, so everyone in the hostel, including the owner, went together. There was a light show which you could pay ...