Hug You Sheep Farm

(This is an excerpt from my newest book, ‘7 days in northern Thailand’. More on that in a minute.)

Hug You Sheep Farm

96 Ban Watgate, Chiang Mai

(GPS: 18.792167,99.002989)

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If your camera wasn’t already getting full of pictures, it will be after this stop. Complete with faux buildings and real sheep (pay a nominal fee for a handful of grass), there are plenty of places to take selfies or pictures of your group. The sheep pictured above is about 5 meters tall – more than big enough to get your entire group in there.

A souvenir shop and restaurant are also around – pick up some lunch or a snack here, or wait until you get back to town.

Directions

From the temple, head back towards route 1034 – the road will merge with it – and turn left to stay on 1034. Turn right onto route 1 and head south for about 9 km. You’ll see the sheep farm on the left – it’ll be right along the highway.

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