Attraction Kids In Chiang Mai
There are so many attractions in and around Chiang Mai. Here I will choose, quite arbitrarily, the top five.
The first attraction is an ATV trip - The trip takes two and a half to three hours to travel in the city, the forest and the village. During the trip you will reach spectacular observation points with impressive views. The trip has two types of routes.
The first is easy, for all ages. The second is challenging and it is already for people who know how to ride a good ride on the ATV.
A Red Brick jeep tour to Northern Thailand is an experience you should not miss. The trip is a trip of three days and two nights with a driver who is also a guide.
The tour stops in a wide variety of attractions such as riding on the ground, meeting with an ancient and traditional tribe of "long neck", riding elephants, sailing in the river, visiting hot springs and finally visiting Pai, a pastoral town that seemed to have been removed from a postcard. How will you eat all three days? If I tell you now stop reading this article, so answer below.
A trip to Chiang Mai. In the heart of the jungle, about a 30-minute drive from Chiang Mai, is a huge Umag city. The place is called "Flight of the Gibbon," FLIGHT OF THE GIBBON.
It is operated by a New Zealand company that does not save anything in safety, and there are 18 Omega stations at different heights, but the attraction is for the whole family but there is a limit for children under one meter and people weighing more than 125 kg.
Notice the important thing in omega. The success of the world-famous Omega Park has made it a lot of local imitations. Take care of your souls and beware of imitations. Make sure you are well.
The Ghost House "Chateau" in Chiang Mai. The complex is a very original experience that comes with you walking in dark labyrinths with very invested scenery and sound designed to frighten you. The best professionals, even professionals from Hollywood, have worked hard to frighten you, and the result is a special and extravagant experience.
The place is open from five in the afternoon until midnight and is a highly recommended nighttime experience. Note that the experience is for the whole family but not recommended for small children.
A very special and ethical experience in Chiang Mai and the Chiang Mai Elephant Refuge called Lama's Elephant Refuge. As many know, there is a problem in Thailand of bad treatment for animals in general and elephants in particular.
The place is a haven for abused elephants and there they are restored. Instead you can wash the elephants, caress them, feed them and be impressed by the happiness of an animal that is free. In this case the attraction is not only pleasure but the money you give to the place will go to the animal welfare, which is a great mitzvah in Judaism.