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On Her Majesty Queen Sirikit of the Ninth Kingdom's 85th birthdays on 12 August 2018, the government is organising various events in honour of her Majesty. On August 12, Sanam Luang in Bangkok will host an Alms Service for Buddha religious and novice people, a Homage Service in front of Her Majesty's portraits and a candle-light service under the direction of Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha.
The Foundation for the Promotion of Supplementary Occupations and Related Techniques was founded in 1976 under the auspices of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. In 2018, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) created Women's Journey Thailand, a one-of-a-kind promotional event to increase the number of women visiting Thailand.
It takes place every year in August, the date when Thailand commemorates Her Majesty Queen Sirikit's birth anniversary. WYSIWYG's Women's Journey Thailand shows how travellers can experience Thailand's finest travel in August at very competitive rates. ACT Governor Yuthasak Supasorn said that the policy of promoting Thailand as a women-friendly country was part of the communications plan "Amazing Thailand":
There are 7 ethic elephants in Thailand
It was established in 1995 and is situated near Chiang Mai, in northern Thailand. Over 35 Elefanten wander freely here, and many of them were rescued from agonizing camps, which exploited Elefanten for the tourism or for deforestation. The Elephant Park can be visited in several ways, for a whole night or a whole year.
Come by for a full days to swim in the wild elephant bath ing and helping with the food, or sleep over to enjoy more of these beautiful beasts. Surin project in Baan Tha Klang in northeastern Thailand is working to mitigate this issue by taking in the queens and their elphants to keep them off the highways.
About 200 male and female elephant are living in the center, the male and female are getting work and the elephant are free from their cuffs. Volunteer work is vital to the success of the projects - posts are available for a whole weeks or more, so you have a lot of free access to the Mahout civilization and this work.
Boon Lott's Elephant Sanctuary (BLES) is a small, private place with only three guesthouses, each accommodating two of them. The number of guests is deliberately kept low in order to secure the living conditions of the small elephant population. The majority of BLES residents spend a few evenings at BLES, hiking to the pastures, swimming in the rivers with the elephant or getting to know the mahout.
Situated in the northern part of Thailand, near Sukhothai Airport, this tranquil shrine is quickly reserved. The Friends of the Asian Elephant is one of the few Elefant Clinics in the West and one of the few clinics in the West that offers a unique Thai treat for animals. Situated in the northwestern part of Thailand, the center is devoted to the treatment and rehabilitation of ill cats.
The Sai Yoke 11 Haven, also known as Sai Yoke 11 Haven, is one of the most thrilling and fun wildlife conservation project in Thailand. This name change came because this place was once the species that kept Elefanten in irons, but the warehouse has recently been changing. And now the Elefanten are roaming free here, without a hook and without a demonstration - a huge step for the Elefanten in Thailand.
They can either go for just one night or spend the night, and here you walk freely with the elephant through the jungles next to them instead of on their backs. Burm and Emily's Elephant Sanctuary (BEES), a place for old, wounded or pensioned 11-year-olds, provides shelter for those 11-year-old 11-year-old 11-year-old cubs.
Among the things you can do here are swimming and elephant feed, walks through the woods and getting to know their paths. Situated in the wonderful Khao Sok National Park in the south of Thailand, Elephant Hills is Thailand's first luxurious camping area. There are 11 bulls in the campsite, and it is absolutely prohibited to go riding them.
Instead, they can help to bath these soft giant, feeding them and watching them move about.