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If you love animals or have any empathy for animals at all don't go here!
Animals are drugged and there is obviously things happening behind the scenes that are very unethical put your money into rehabilitation projects or sanctuaries.
If all you care about is...More
I deeply regret visiting. I thought they were a reputable place to view beautiful tigers but they are obviously heavily drugged and the tour operators and monks just can't be trusted, not when so much money is at stake. Honestly not worth having this experience...More
Excellent trip, just a hours drive from Bangkok easy to find, very good experience. Staff are friendly / professional & explain safety procedures.
Tigers are all very well looked after
& Taken care of. 3rd time I've been.
An awful experience. The tigers you see are quite obviously drugged. There are actually 147 tigers on site most of whom you don't see. The others are caged up in conditions that make a human prisons seem like a dream. Admittedly the tigers you see...More
The river Kwai, tiger temple and the elephant park are a great way to spend a day. Book a tour or negotiate a taxi, no more than 1500 baht round trip by taxi. I enjoyed it all. The River Kwai is a glimpse into the...More
My wife and I spent a week in Thailand both Bangkok and Phuket in which we went on multiple tours and out of all the tours we did, we found that the Tiger Temple experience was by far the best! We selected the STG package...More
The Tiger Temple is a very controversial place that is often criticised for its "commercialisation" of tigers. However, critics must realise that there is absolutely NOWHERE else for these tigers to go - their habitat throughout South East Asia has been so severely taken over...More
i spent an amazing time at the tiger temple, but it only opens for specific hours every day so you have to hurry and see the tigers, also most of the tigers are sleep when they let you in and you have to approach them...More