Elephant Nature Park is a unique project set in Chiang Mai province, Northern Thailand. Established in the 1990’s our aim has always been to provide a sanctuary and rescue centre for elephants. The park is located some 60km from the city, and has provided a sanctuary for dozens of abused elephants from all over Thailand.
Set in a natural valley, bordered by a river, and surrounded by forested mountains the area offers a timeless glimpse of rural life.
For more visit : http://www.elephantnaturepark.org/
French Street Artist Julein ‘Seth’ Mallaud has been commissioned for ten works in the Phnom Penh area to celebrate French culture in the city.
Today, S-21 Prison is known as the Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide. Inside the gates, it looks like any high school; five buildings face a grass courtyard with pull-up bars, green lawns and lawn-bowling pitches. The ground-floor classrooms in one building have been left to appear as they were in 1977. The spartan interrogation rooms are furnished with only a school desk-and-chair set that faces a steel bed frame with shackles at each end. On the far wall are the grisly photographs of bloated, decomposing bodies chained to bed frames with pools of wet blood underneath. These were the sights that greeted the two Vietnamese photojournalists who first discovered S-21 in January of 1979. 20,000 Cambodians died in the camp only 170 ever got out alive.
kompong khleang is situated about 40 minutes drive outside Siem Reap. The remote river side village is an amazing site. A forest of wooden house rise 10 meter in the air.