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River Kwai And Kanchanaburi Tiger Temple Private Tour Bangkok

From: $ 75

Come face to face with a tiger. This private full-day excursion out of Bangkok is a wonderful way to explore the Bridge on the River Kwai and tiger temple.

Place: Bangkok, Thailand
Duration: 8 – 9 Hours Approx.
Start Time: 06:45 AM
Meeting Point: Hotel Pick Up

  • Visit the war cemetery
  • Bridge over the River Kwai
  • Make way through bustling streets of Bangkok s Chinatown
  • Have lunch at a local restaurant overlooking the Kwai River
  • Visit the famous Wat Pa Luangta Forest Monastery, better known as the Tiger Temple
  • An opportunity to feed the cubs, walk with the tiger and clicking pictures with tigers

What’s included?

  • Pick up and drop off to the hotel (In selected Areas of Bangkok **mentioned in T&C)
  • Services of a professional English speaking representative/guide
  • Wi-fi service in vehicle*
  • Lunch at a Local restaurant
  • Entrance Ticket of Tiger Temple

What’s not included?

  • Tips and Gratitude (Optional)
  • Luggage in transfers
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions / description
  • Additional activities at tiger temple (exercising with tigers, feeding the cubs, etc)
  • Any expenses arising from unforeseen circumstances, such as flight delay, cancellation, hike in price etc

River Kwai And Kanchanaburi Tiger Temple Private Tour Bangkok: This Full day tour takes you on whole new level. You will visit war cemetery and Bridge over the River Kwai & Tiger Temple.

The Bridge on the River Kwai
Internationally famous, thanks the several motion pictures and books, the black iron bridge was brought from Java by the Japanese supervision by Allied prisoner-of-war labour as part of the Death Railway linking Thailand with Burma. Still in use today, the bridge was the target of frequent Allied bombing raids during World War II and was rebuild after war ended. The curved spans of the bridge are the original sections. A daily train is still following the historical route from Kanchanaburi to Nam Tok Railway Station.

Lunch at a local restaurant overlooking the Kwai River.

In the afternoon, we drive to Wat Pa Luangta Bua Yannasampanno Forest Monastery, better known as the Tiger Temple. Since its opening in 1994, the monastery gained a reputation as a wildlife sanctuary and by now a countless number of boar, deer, buffaloes, cows, horses, wild goat and gibbons roam around freely. The first tiger cub arrived to the monastery in February 1999 and more followed soon after. One zone of the existing valley is used as a place where tigers are being led for exercise in the afternoon. Visitors are allowed to walk down this valley and observe the tigers roaming freely and closely and can take photographs of them.

Warnings: Don’t wear red/orange color clothes. Ladies should have minimum three quarter sleeves and shorts to the knee – for the temple. No loud noises, sudden movements or running.

1 Adult: INR 13,700/- Per Person
2 Adults: INR 17,200/- = INR 8,600/- Per Person
3 Adults: INR 21,300/- = INR 7,100/- Per Person
4 Adults: INR 24,800/- = INR 6,200/- Per Person
5 Adults: INR 28,000/- = INR 5,600/- Per Person
6 Adults: INR 31,800/- = INR 5,300/- Per Person
7 Adults: INR 35,000/- = INR 5,000/- Per Person
8 Adults: INR 40,000/- = INR 5,000/- Per Person
9 Adults: INR 45,000/- = INR 5,000/- Per Person

# (2 Years & Above) are considered as Adults
# Infant(s)(Below 2 Years)are not counted as persons (No Additional Charges)
#Minimum 1 Adults per booking
# Maximum 9 Adults per booking
# If more than 9 Persons, then create multiple bookings

How Long Does It Takes?

The duration of tour depends on a number of factors, including traffic conditions, number of visitors in temples. Typically, a tour ends in 9 hours.

What if my hotel is not listed area?

That’s fine! After booking the trip, you can make your way to the alternative hotel or you can contact our local operator directly to make alternate pick-up arrangements.

What if I have not yet booked a hotel?

Once your hotel arrangements are finalized, you can contact our local operator directly and give them your hotel details.

What if I live locally, am staying with friends or relatives, and/or don't require pick-up?

Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive a voucher with complete details and directions to the tour/activity departure point.

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Cancellation Policy

  • 10% of the total amount will be charged after the booking (Confirmation) towards the processing fee.
  • 50% of the total amount will be charged, if cancelled between 10-7 days.
  • Full cancellation if the tour is cancelled within 7 days of the tour.
  • No refund is possible for a last minute cancellation or no-show on the day of the tour itself.

Terms & Conditions

  • Bookings made on the website will be confirmed within 24 working hours.
  • Tour service subjects to change without prior notice depending on weather, govt. rules and traffic conditions.
  • Please be on time at the Hotel lobby 15 Minutes before your pick up time. Wait time limit is 15 Minutes, after which no – show charges will be applied.
  • You must provide your hotel details at time of booking or to the local service provider after booking. Failure to do so may result in cancellation.
  • Pick up & Drop off valid for hotels in city areas only (Pratunam, Silom, Siam and Sukhumvit Tourist area/ Up to Soi 52 Imm Fusion).
  • Duration of tour includes travelling time to & from the attractions.
  • Please be reminded to bring your travel confirmation voucher and to present to the tour guide when you reach the tour co-ordination point.
  • We would require hotel room number or any other contact information i.e Local phone number, email id. So that we or the local service provider can contact you for any updates.
  • We or the local service provider accepts no liability or responsibility for damage, injury or loss incurred in the event that you do not follow our safety advice and instructions.
  • Dress standards are conservative throughout Asia, especially outside major cities. To respect this and for your own comfort, we strongly recommend modest clothing, especially when visiting temples. This means clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Loose, lightweight, long clothing is both respectful and cool in the predominantly hot Asian climate.
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