Tiger Temple Tour


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What you will do

Since its opening Wat Pa Luangta Bua gained a reputation as a wildlife sanctuary. It started with an injured jungle fowl given to the monk by the villagers. Then peacocks came attracted by the calls of by then rather large colony of jungle fowl. An injured wild boar stumbled in to the monastery and the monks cared for him until he could be released back into the forest.

The next day he came back followed by his family group of about 10 animals. Now a countless number of wild boars find shelter the monastery. Villagers also started to bring in unwanted pets: four species of deer moved in, followed by buffalo, cow, horses and wild goats. All these animals are roaming the grounds of the monastery freely.





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Tong leads a team of licensed guides who are experienced professionals and will cater to your every need. There are fixed itineraries you can choose from or just send an email and Tong will correspond with you to create an itinerary that will suit your interests. You can customize your tour to include the most authentic food the city has to offer. Or take you into secret alleys and hidden temples completely off the tourist map, if that is what you are looking for. Tong is passionate about her country and her culture, and touring with her will give you more than a glimpse into the lives of the Thai people. Even experienced travelers who are very familiar with Thailand use Tong’s services to experience aspects of Bangkok that only Tong can reveal. These include eating amazing food, making merit with the monks, going to Tong’s ‘secret place’ and much, much more.


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  • The coupon will be valid for 12 months from the purchase date.
  • General cancellation policy applies.
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