Full day Kanchanaburi Bridge over river Kwai Death Railway, Bangkok
Tour : Full day Kanchanaburi Bridge over river Kwai Death Railway
Start point: Bangkok

Travel point : Kanchanaburi
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TOUR / PACKAGE CODE:   BKK-0024 
Tour Package Full day Kanchanaburi Bridge over river Kwai Death Railway
Travel Point Kanchanaburi
Land Transfer Round Trip to Hotel
PACKAGE / TOUR INCLUDED
Travel insurance
Full day tour
Land transfer R/T
Life jacket
Drinking water, juice
Chd. < 2 yrs. FOC
Lunch
 
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TOUR PACKAGE : Full day Kanchanaburi Bridge over river Kwai Death Railway RATES ARE QUOTE IN THAI BAHT
TOUR / PACKAGE TYPE Price Per Person
Jan 01,2016- Dec 31,2017

  Full day Kanchanaburi Bridge over river Kwai Death Railway Join Tour 1,450 THB
  Full day Private Kanchanaburi Bridge over river Kwai Death Railway 4-9 Pers 2,000 THB
  Full day Private Kanchanaburi Bridge over river Kwai Death Railway 2-3 Pers. 2,900 THB
 
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TOUR / PACKAGE INFORMATION

TOUR CODE: BKK-0024

Kanchanaburi  Bridge Over River Kwai Tiger Temple

Trip Description : Visit the Cemetery of the Allied prisoners of World War 2, the world renowned bridge over the river Kwai, Proceed to visit the Tiger Temple, to see how the Monk looks after all tigers. You have very close all tigers see Tiger's life, real nature of tiger and how smart of them. To do start at 7:00 A.M. 15 Minutes boat ride along River Kwai. Lunch Included.

  • Destination : Thailand (Kanchanaburi)

    Start City    : Bangkok

    Tour Type   : Private/ Join in Group

    Duration     : Full Day (06.00-17.00) 

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ITINERARY:

06.00  Pick Up From Hotel Depart For KanchanaBuri

09.10   The War Cemetery Of The Allied Prisoners Of World war II

10.00  Visit Jeath War Museume

10.40  Walk along the Bridge Over the River Kwai

11.10  Take The Train trip along the death railway sight-seeing the Countryside

13.45  Lunch will be provided at Restaurant

15.00   Depart From The Restaurant to Bangkoา

17.00   Arrival Bangkok tke you to your hotel

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REMARK:

  • Pick up location would be Center of Bangkok location within 3 KM. more than that area should come to make appointment for pick up location.
  • Suvarnabhumi airpirt no join tour (just only private price with showing on each program)

Inclusions :

Air-conditioned vehicles with experienced driver
English-speaking guide
All admission fees as mentioned in the program
Transfer from / to hotel
Lunch
Accident insurance

Exclusions :
Personal expenses such as drinks, tips, laundry, etc
All Optional Tour
Other services not mentioned in the program

Child Policy :
For children less than 2 years will be "Free" of charge
For children 3-11 years old we charge 70% of adult price
For children over 12 years old we charge normal price

Remarks 
Rates are inclusive of 10% service charge and applicable 7%government tax.
All above rates are nett and quoted in Thai Baht per person.
Show Schedule is subject to change without prior announcement
Transportation Policy : Time Start : 07.00
Exact pick up and drop off time will be confirmed via fax to your hotel.
Dropping time can not confirmable. It depends on situation and traffic.
Importance

You can make full payment(cash) directly at our guide upon meeting at the hotel. 
To tiger temple do not were bright shirt
Q & A

Q: How many tigers are at the temple?
A: There are 24 tigers at the temple. Seven were orphans rescued from the wild and seven have been breed and born here at the temple. (information as of June 2007)  

Q: How did the temple come to have tigers?
A: Local people intercepted cubs, whose mothers were killed from poachers brought them to the temple. The Abbot took them in when no-one else would and cares for them as his sons and daughters.

Q: What kind of tigers are these?
A: They are Indo-Chinese tigers and they are native to Thailand , Laos , Burma , Cambodia , Vietnam Malaysia and Southeast China .

Q: How is it that they are so calm?
A: They have been hand-reared with compassion by the monks and have had interaction since they were young cubs. So they have imprinted on humans and have accepted us part of their lives. They are also use to people coming to the temple and having photos with as it is a daily routine.

Q: Are the tigers sedated or drugged in anyway?
A: No, they are not drugged. Tigers are nocturnal animals, so they sleep during the heat of the day. The tiger’s eyes are better adapted to lower light levels than their prey species, so they can surprise their prey with greater ability in darkness. This means they are more active and hunt at night. Adult tigers are naturally lazier, whereas the cubs are more active and will play if it is not too hot. A wild animal that has been sedated is more dangerous because they become disorientated with their surroundings and everything around them becomes a threat. This brings out their wild instincts and they are more likely to attack.

Q: Has anyone ever been attacked by the tigers?
A: No. No-one has ever been attacked by the tigers. The monks and Tiger Temple staff have very good control over the tigers and can read their behaviour extremely well. The tiger handlers get the occasional scratch while playing with the cubs but nothing serious has ever happen at the temple.

Q: So they don’t ever get angry or aggressive?
A: Like any animal, including humans, they have their moments when they do not want to do something and have a growl. But this is just a warning that they are not happy with the situation and when you stop they are happy to get a pat. There has been no real aggression against anyone.

Q: What do the tigers eat?
A: Whole chicken, beef and dried cat food. The meat is cooked due to the Asian bird flu and so the tigers do not get the taste of blood and associate blood with food. The dried cat food replaces the nutrients lost from the meat during the cooking process.

Q:  Will they ever be released back into the wild?
A: No. Not this generation because they cannot hunt and feed themselves. Also they are too familiar with humans. The tiger in the wild is very secretive and fearful but these have no fear of humans. The next generation will be released back to the wild, onto a reserve. They will have little human contact. They will be trained to hunt and feed themselves on the ‘ Tiger Island ’, currently under construction and then released back into the wild.
 

BOOKING CONDITION:

Conditions for reservations:

  • Book at least 72 h (shall allow for changes within the first 24 hours after confirmation without the added expense).
  • 50% deposit on bookings.
  • For join tour pick up only Bangkok Center, other destination should pay additional charge or com to meet our tour guide at city center.
  • Minimum booking 2 persons up.
  • Pay the rest before the departure.
  • Canceled before the 48 hours without charge.
  • Termination of service after 48 hours of the service do not return all deposits.
  • All prices exclude VAT charged.
  • In case of emergency, please call: +668 65541515 /02 7371644 Fax 02 737 1646.

    Payment:.

    You can pay via money transfer service by cash or credit card directly to us and we will send your bill from the office through the driving or by phone at +668 65541515 or email
    : tour@bssuvarnabhumi.com
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