Thai Elephant Camp Adds More Jumbos as Chinese Tourists Return

22 January 2023 09:17 WIB

A Japanese tourist rides on an elephant in a jungle park on the eve of Lunar New Year in Phuket, Thailand January 21, 2023. An elephant camp in Thailand has purchased six new jumbos to welcome tourists and returning Chinese visitors, offering activities from elephant rides to elephant showers, the owner said. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

22 Januari 2023 00:00 WIB

A Chinese tourist rides on an elephant in a jungle park ahead of Lunar New Year in Phuket, Thailand January 20, 2023. Pang Chang Kamala Elephant Camp on the resort island of Phuket is also adding programmes such as elephant care due to a rise in bookings after the Lunar New Year. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

22 Januari 2023 00:00 WIB

Albert from Wuhan, China, touches a baby elephant's trunk in a jungle park ahead of the Lunar New Year in Phuket, Thailand January 20, 2023. With 25 elephants now, the camp can receive 300 tourists per day, up from 200. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

22 Januari 2023 00:00 WIB

A Japanese tourist rides on an elephant in a jungle park on the eve of Lunar New Year in Phuket, Thailand January 21, 2023. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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Two elephants are chained in a jungle path while they wait for tourists in a jungle park ahead of the Lunar New Year in Phuket, Thailand January 21, 2023. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

22 Januari 2023 00:00 WIB

A chained elephant stands in a path while waiting for tourists in a jungle park on the eve of Lunar New Year in Phuket, Thailand January 21, 2023. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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