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Happened to visit here on the way to the client place. The place was open to public without any fees.
It was very sad to see the elephants chained to the pole. They should make some cage and freed them. It lookd kinda abuse...
This is dire and Myanmar should be ashamed. These poor animals (2 only the third has dissappeared) stand in this posh shed the whole day, bored to tears and indicating mental issues because of their lack of exercise. They should be in the countryside doing...More
These are albino elephants, not sure if that qualifies as a "white" elephant. But these poor elephants were captured and brought here to be displayed. They are chained in this structure (in the shade, at least) for the entire day. They're allowed to roam the...More
White elephant is not defined by colour but by shape, etc. They are rare and worship as a very lucky animal. Contrary to most reviews here, the animals are well treated. They are allowed to roam the park every two hours - but chained up...More
This was sad. Two white and one regular elephant are chained up under a roof. They have no food or water. They sway back and forth as is they are disturbed. These animals should be roaming throughout a very large enclosure or release if they...More
The novelty of seeing animals kept in captivity is not for me. These poor elephants are tied and unable to move much. Cannot see the point of wanting to do this to any animal for show and to make money!
If you want to see your first white elephant, you can visit this place. However, be forewarned that it is not gleaming white, as a friend who's a local and I were arguing about. I defended the elephants; he said they were brown. To be...More
Not so great honestly. Three elephants kept in captivity chained down to pillars is not a great tourist attraction for me. If you don't get to see it don't worry you haven't missed much. You will end up feeling bad for these animals after going...More