Davey Wavey Takes A Wild Elephant Ride in Thailand—Wearing A Shirt!

Spotted: The infamous YouTuber like you’ve never seen him before—with his shirt on!

We ran into the oft-shirtless Davey Wavey at the most unlikely of places: the Golden Triangle region in Asia, where Thailand, Laos and Burma meet. Davey spent a couple of nights at the Four Seasons Golden Triangle reporting for GayTravel.com. The resort’s tents, or should we say safari-themed luxury condos, rest high in the mountain and are isolated by several feet of jungle: The only way guests can reach the Four Seasons is by cruising across a river in a speed boat.

The camp is home to four elephants, and guests get the opportunity to get up close and personal with the gentle giants by riding them through the terrain, feeding them tons of bananas and bathing them in the river. As Davey can probably attest, riding an elephant for over an hour can leave you sore in the most sensitive of areas. Thankfully the Four Seasons has a spa onsite with a special massage to relieve those butt and thigh muscles.

Want to plan your own Thai adventure? Check out the new GayCities guide to Bangkok.

Below, another view of Davey Wavey in Thailand. And, yes, he’s shirtless in this one.

Photo courtesy Davey Wavey


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  • Mike Fourth

    did he take a crap there too?

  • Kristopher

    Ugh I see enough of daveywavey in my youtube suggested video sidebar.

  • eden

    who the hell is davey wavey?????

  • Menon

    Gosh his ego is very big

  • J.o.s.h

    what? now he’s a celebrity?

  • J

    can’t stand him!

  • I won't grow up

    This guy is so annoying I’d like to drive a nail through his forehead.(I stole that line from aan old Roaeanne episode but it fits the situation)

  • Igor

    Take a look at 20.277294,100.079695 (paste the coordinates into Google Earth or Maps). It doesn’t look all that isolated or jungley to me. It’s true there are no nearby bridges across the Mekong River connecting Chiang Saeng, Thailand to nearby Laos. However, there are an abundance of roads leading in from Thailand, most notably the Mae Ngoen and Chiang Saeng roads. The speedboat is not the only way to reach this resort. Sounds cool, but too obviously debunkable.

    I wonder if Davey had the time to stroll around Chiang Saeng and meet the locals? He could have gone a little south to rim Khong ;)

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