Thailand: amazing Elephant Parade


Elephants were sacred animals in Thailand for centuries. Thailand is the right place to show to the world a beautiful Elephant Parade.

Elephant Parade is the world’s largest art exhibition of colorful elephant statues. All statues are about life-size baby elephant with 1.5 meter height. Each Elephant Parade statue is a unique piece of art. The one and the only. Many of the statues are created by famous artists and celebrities.

Elephant Parade has very heart-touching story. Elephant Parade was founded as social enterprise by father and son Marc and Mike Spits in 2006. Whilst on holiday In Thailand, Marc met a baby elephant named Mosha. This lovely female baby elephant had lost half of her left front leg after stepping on a landmine. Mosha’s story inspired Marc and Mike to create Elephant Parade.

Elephant Parade has mission to protect the Asian elephant within framework of the conservation projects that Elephant Parade have supported. 20% of Elephant Parade net profits are donated to elephant welfare and conservation projects.

Recently Elephant Parade has opened the gates of its Chiang Mai headquarters to the public. Elephant Parade Land tells the story of Elephant Parade’s 11-year experience. Beautiful elephant statues attracted a lot of attention of travel businesses and international media at the Premium product display at ATF-2018 in Chiang Mai.

The elephant statues created by Elephant Parade are exhibited in international cities and raise awareness for the need of elephant conservation. The first Elephant Parade exhibition was held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands in 2007, and later in many other capitals of the Europe.

Millions of people around the world have visited Elephant Parade exhibitions. More than 1500 artists have participated and created elephants. Many world famous brands have supported Elephant Parades: Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Hello Kitty, Singapore Zoo, Air France, just to name some of them.


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