Hitch a Ride on an Elephant

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Today, Myanmar society is developing and supports you many means of public transportation. But tourists should take some time to hitch a ride on an elephant. Like Laos and Thailand, elephants in Myanmar are more than just a cultural and historical symbol.

They are very important both in transport and economy. Many elephants are used in timber harvesting operations, which represents a big part of the country’s economy. Sitting on the back of an elephant and going around some city, you can get to interact with nature and local people. You also feel your life freer and more interesting.

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