Join the spots Offering as a Buddhist worship Welcoming the Loi Krathong Festival

Pingkan Nakorn Development Office (Public Organization) by Chiang Mai Night Safari Office Launching new members to welcome the Loi Krathong Festival “Brazil Brazilian Tapir / South American Tapir” and inviting tourists to continue the Yi Peng tradition. The lighting of the lantern is dedicated to Buddha’s worship at the Chiang Mai Night Safari.

Mr. Anucha Damrongmanee Executive Director Perform duties on behalf of the director The Pingkan Nakorn Development Agency revealed that during the Loi Krathong festival Chiang Mai Night Safari prepares to launch “Brazil tapir child” or “South American tapir” is considered a rare exotic animal that is beautiful. And conservation breeding at Chiang Mai Night Safari, the only place in Thailand

Which the new little member is now 2 months old and has a healthy body Ready to bring out the cuteness. In the Jaguar Trail section And has been named “Nong Nam Ping”, which is the main river of Chiang Mai, where tourists will join Loi Krathong to ask for forgiveness from Phra Mae Kongka during this Loi Krathong festival

In addition, on November 21, 2018, Chiang Mai Night Safari joins the Yi Peng tradition. Which is a Lanna Krathong tradition By inviting tourists to join the spots Or the lantern According to ancient traditions Which the Lanna people believe that the burning of this lantern Is a Buddhist offering to worship 5 gods according to the legend of Mae Ka Taro And the point of worship Including a worship point to repay the benefactor It is also a worship of light believed to lead to ingenuity. With light guiding his life to shine bright like the light of the lamp For this reason, the Yi Peng tradition in the north is illuminated, filled with lights of light.

For “Nong Nam Ping”, a new member of “Baby Tapir, Brazilian or South American Tapir”, the female is born from the father named “Black Sesame”, aged 14 years, and the mother “Brown Rice” is 16 years old and has been naturally raised by the mother. Where tourists can see the cuteness in the Jaguar Trail show Which is a walking path to observe natural animals from 11:00 am onwards. For more information, please contact Public Relations and Information Technology Pingkan Nakorn Development Office (Public Organization) Tel. 053-920000, 053-999000