Tiger Temple or Wat Pa Luangta Bua Yannasampanno Located in Tambon Singh,about 45 km. away from the city. The temple is well known by many reports of Western and Thai media for its “Wildlife Rescue Project” Due to the abundance of illegal hunting and wildlife trading, several hunters are taking the wild animals from the jungle to be kept as pets. To resolve this problem, the monks have rescued and treated these animals by building this temple. Unfortunately, most of them are not fit to be sent back to the jungle because they have lost their wild instinct. The animals that are not fit to live in the jungle are now living in this temple peacefully for the rest of their lives in the area 438 rai of a jungle and natur.


     The Bridge over The River Kwai is called “Death Railway Bridge" as part of linking Thailand and Myanmar, During the Japanese occupation of Thailand in World War II, the Japanese Imperial Army brought the iron bridge from Java. It was then resembled by Allied Prisoners of War(POW) under Japanese aimed to secure supplies with which to conquer other western Asian countries. First, they constructed the wooden bridge and follow by the iron bridge. Both bridges were badly damaged by Allied plane attacks in 1944 and 1945.


     The name JEATH is derived from countries, which engaged in the WWII Death Railway construction from 1942-1945, which included Japan, England, America, Australia, Thailand and Holland. Located in the area of Wat Chai Chumphon, the museum is a reconstruction of the POW’s thatched detention hut with cramped, elevated bamboo dunks. On the wall fo the huts, photographs and illustrations of the POW’s living conditions are on display. The survived POW’s have donated items to the museum.


Karnchanaburi Province is Thailand's third largest province, covering an area of 19,486 square kilometers. The provincial area is mountainous and borders Myanmar to the west. Karnchanaburi is the site of the world-famous Bridge Over The River Kwae, World War II, and is noted for rugged natural beauty where mountains and river valleys have inspired development of hydro-electric power and where labyrinthine reservoirs provide further scenic elements to the province's natural beauty.

Seeing the Death Railway Bridge looks quite ordinary, but its dramatic story in World War II.

Visit the JEATH Museum, represent the nationalities of the prisoners of the World War II who were forced to work on the construction of the famous "Bridge On The River Kwai".

Visit the Tiger Temple, the new house of tiger. You can volunteer and enjoy feeding food, take photos with tiger.

• Pick up in the Afternoon time at your lobby hotel in Bangkok (central area).
• Depart to Karnchanaburi Province.
• Visit JEATH Museum.
• Visit Death Raiway Bridge.
• Visit Tiger Temple.
• Back to your hotel.

Private Tour
 Your Group Size
1 pax 2 paxs 3 paxs 4 paxs 5 paxs 6 paxs 7 paxs 8 paxs
 Price per person
 (Thai Baht)
6,300 3,800 3,500 3,100 2,850 2,450 2,200 2,000

• FOC for one child under 5 years.
• 75% for child 6-10 years.
• 100% for child 11 years up.

Please DO NOT wear RED, PINK, YELLOW, ORANGE, or VIVID COLOR on the day
you visit the Tiger Temple.

Trip inclusive:
• Round Trip Transfer.
• Entrance Fee (JEATH Museum & Tiger Temple).
• Lunch at Thai local restaurant.
• English Speaking Guide.

*** Time and Program are subjected to change without advance notice due to the guide
      or driver’s consideration under an unexpected circumstance.