Tiger Temple in Thailand

Tiger Temple or Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua was founded in 1994, located in western of Thailand as a monastery and wildlife sanctuary for wild animals, the majority of which are Indochinese tigers. Remarks: Tiger Temple closed since June 2015

Tiger Temple in Thailand » Selected Tours:

Floating Market and Bathe Elephant Tour (Code:1119)

A quick stop at the Floating Market & the Bridge on the River Kwai will whet your appetite for the main event. Elephants! Here you can ride an elephant through the jungle and even take control as the mahout. Later you can take it down to the crystal clear river for its evening scrub down. More...
Price for Two: 9,900 Thai Baht
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Erawan waterfall & Tiger Cub @ Wildlife Sanctuary Adventure Tour (Code:1513)

Kanchanaburi is approximately 130 kilometres west of Bangkok and is the third largest province in Thailand after Chiang Mai and Nakhon Ratchasima. In this province you'll find the famous Bridge over the River Kwai, Feed the Tiger and Erawan waterfall. More...
Price for Two: 11,400 Thai Baht
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Extraordinary Elephant Day Trip (Code:1506)

A quick stop at the Floating Market & the Bridge on the River Kwai will whet your appetite for the main event. Elephants! Here you can ride an elephant through the jungle and even take control as the mahout. Later you can take it down to the crystal clear river for its evening scrub down. More...
Price for Two: 10,200 Thai Baht
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Elephant Bathing-SaiYok - Tiger Exclusive program Two Day Tour (Code:2115)

A quick stop at the Floating Market in Damnoen Saduak on the way will whet your appetite for today's and Tiger experience. And the main event on the next day: Elephants! You can ride and bathe the elephants in their natural habitat also you can soak in the beautiful SaiYok waterfall. More...
Price for Two: 28,900 Thai Baht
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Tiger Exclusive program & Elephant Training Tour (Code:1515)

Combined Tigers and Elephants for the one who love animals. If you want to enjoy a close-up encounter with both tigers and elephants, this is a choices for you. please inquire by email for the price of five people or more! More...
Price for Two: 18,000 Thai Baht
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Bathe elephant Tour and Tiger Cub Feeding (Code:1509*)

Elephants!!! Here you can ride an elephant down to the river for its morning scrub. And also you'll be able to feed the tigers in the afternoon at Wildlife Sanctuary Safari. More...
Price for Two: 11,900 Thai Baht
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Floating Market Tiger Cub Feeding (Code:1117)

The Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak is an unforgettable experience on the way to Kanchanaburi, where we'll stop at the Bridge on the River Kwai before going to feed a Tiger Cub and also you can see a wildlife animals here. More...
Price for Two: 11,900 Thai Baht
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Kanchanaburi Three Day Tour Combo B (Code:3101)

Kanchanaburi is one of the largest provinces in Thailand and in three days you'll cover most of the major attractions. Take a boat through the floating market. Walk along the Death Railway. Ride & bathe elephants. Bamboo Rafting. Cub Feeding. Bridge over River Kwai. Erawan waterfall More...
Price for Two: 33,900 Thai Baht
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Tiger Exclusive program + Ride Elephant (Code:1510)

The Tiger Exclusive Program with a three difference species 'Leopard, Lion or Tiger cubs' So you'll be able to feed and play with them. This is a very rewarding experience plus elephant ride and it makes you glad they have seat belts! More...
Price for Two: 18,000 Thai Baht
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Tiger Exclusive program + Elephant Ride & Bathing (Code:1511)

The Tiger Exclusive Program with a three difference species 'Leopard, Lion or Tiger cubs' So you'll be able to feed them and getting them to respond to simple commands is a very rewarding experience. After, you can ride an elephant through the jungle and give it a scrub in the River Kwai. More...
Price for Two: 15,900 Thai Baht
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