Tiger Temple Tour Code: FTH
Pick up from your hotel and leave Bangkok for Kanchanaburi.
Arrive at a nearby pier to embark on a cruise to the Damnoen Saduak floating market by long-tail boat, a journey that takes you down some picturesque canals lined with traditional Thai culture
Arrive in the wonderful province of Kanchanaburi where you will visit the cemetary for the Allied Prisoners of War used for forced labour on the Burma-Thailand death railway by the Japanese during their occupation in World War II and then visit the world famous Bridge over the River Kwai.
Lunch at Thai Restaurant.
Visit the Hellfire pass museum and walk part of the track where it was cut through solid wrong by the hands of Prisoners of War, Hellfire Pass is so called as it resembled a scene from hell when working at night.
2:00 pm One for the Bucket List:
A visit to the world famous Tiger Temple (Entrance fee 600 Baht per person). The Tiger Temple is set within the dimensions of the Tiger Island Project, here you can get up close and personal with nature and touch and have your photo taken with tigers and other wild animals such as deer, wild fowl and wild boar.
3:00 pm All the following if Time allows:
Leave for the Elephant Camp where you can enjoy a cool down while swimming and bathing with these magnificent beasts. Here you can also take an elephant jungle trek for additional 1000 Baht per person or the cheaper option of elephant rides for just 600 Baht each as well as river rafting down the River Kwai, 350 Baht each for a minimum time of 30 minutes. Don’t forget to visit the rogue bunch of monkeys while on tour.
Lead Leave Kanchanaburi Province for Bangkok.
2 Persons: 4,150 Baht each
3 to 4 people: 3,150 Baht each
5 to 6 people: 2,750 Baht each
7 to 8 people: 2,300 Baht each