In Thailand, elephants are sacred animals in Buddhism and symbolize good luck, prosperity, and endurance.
Riding on the back of an elephant in Thailand is the ultimate bucket list experience for many people. Historically, people used elephants for work and war in Thailand. Spiritually, Buddhism portrays elephants as sacred animals. And culturally, elephants symbolize good luck, prosperity and endurance.
The elephant is the largest land mammal on our planet, and they are secretive and keep their distance from other animals. Elephants spend most of the day is spent eating and drinking about 150 litres of water daily.