The Tiger Temple also known as the Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua is a forest temple which was built in 1994 as a part of wild life conservation efforts in western Thailand. Today nearly 90 tigers are present in this temple looked after and cared by the Buddhist monks and team of trained international staff. The Tiger Temple is a highly popular tourist attraction of Thailand visited by lots of visitors. Here you can get close to the tiger and pat them and hug them. You can feed the tiger cubs and play with them. You can bath the adult tigers and feed them. You can also get your pictures clicked with these magnificent and ferocious animals. The Tiger Temple will be a great experience for you. Here you can see black bear, water buffalos, deers, Elephants and many more in their natural settings. You will visit the traditional Thai floating market of Damnoen Saduak and will admire the unique floating market. You will also visit the iconic bridge on River Kwai also known as the Deathbridge. Enjoy the tour and admire the stunning natural beauty of this region.
Tiger Temple: Visit the Tiger Temple and see the magnificent tigers roaming freely in the temple compound. You can get close to the tigers and can get your pictures clicked. You can enjoy activities like feeding the tiger cub and watch them play with toys. You can also assist the Buddhist monks by helping them to feed the tigers and bath them. You will see many other animals here like the black bear, water buffalos, deer, elephants and many more animals in the temple compound.
Damnoen Saduak: This floating market is famous for its traditional way of buying, where buyer and seller interact on small boats and purchase vegetables and fruits while sailing in the canal. Here you will get a glimpse of traditional Thai living and Thai wooden houses along the way. You can also enjoy a boat ride in the canal and savor some local made delicacies (payable direct). After this you will enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.
Deathbridge on River Kwai is the famous site which is immortalized by the famous Hollywood movie - the Bridge on River Kwai. This is the place where thousands of Allied soldiers and laborers were perished when the Japanese forced the prisoners of War to build the Burma Railway line. See the famous Deathbridge and admire the pristine nature surrounding the River Kwai. After the tour is over you will be dropped back to your Hotel In Bangkok.
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