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Elephant PooPooPaper Park, Mae Rim
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Visit the unique educational site at Elephant PooPooPaper Park, where the eco-friendly facility creates paper products from fibers in elephant poop. Take a quirky tour of this outdoor museum with an English-speaking guide to learn about the process and how it benefits the environment. At the end of your journey, participate in creating the paper and purchase some poo stationery of your very own. Don't miss the chance to pick up some funny gifts for friends at home. Take a look at our Mae Rim travel itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Elephant PooPooPaper Park and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • We have visited the Elephant PooPooPaper Park with our 4 year-old daughter... What an incredible experience! We were impressed by the way people are making paper out of elephant poo, colouring it, mak...  more »
  • We stumbled on it by chance passing by and were keen to learn more about this practice. We arrived at 4:30 and it was noted that the closed park at 17:00. We thought so we do not have the time to visit properly but the staff assured us that there was no problem. We therefore paid the entrance and started the tour with a guide. It was really very interesting and we were able to touch the materials, as well as trying to make a leaf base of OOP OOP of elephant. Unfortunately, the explanations and experiments were very fast because we didn't have enough time... So we had to return the next day to have the opportunity to do everything, because it was really very interesting!
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  • I was impressed by the human imagination to recycle the elephant dung to make paper. I found this fun and creative activity.
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