A Visit to Singapore and Phuket (Aug 2019)

Sing Town to Thai Town

Shortly after being seated we began our immersion course into what I dubbed “Elephant Handling 101” and were educated about the 8,000 remaining elephants out of the 100,00 that once roamed Thailand. We also discussed the abuse of these animals for the benefit of tourism, such as the circuses and riding camps, as well as the purpose of this camp which is to rescue these elephants and place them in sanctuary. Today more people visit these rescue sanctuaries then riding camps.

~ Marla

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