Hellfire Pass & The Tiger Exclusive program (Code:1504)

This tour is not designed for cruise ship passengers. Exclusive cruise ship tours are available from Klong Toey Port and Laem Chabang Port.

Hellfire Pass & The Tiger Exclusive program  (Code:1504)

Hellfire Pass was one of the most difficult sections of the Thailand/Burma railway line. You can walk from the museum down into the cutting itself for a moment of quiet contemplation. After lunch you'll go to the Tiger Temple for a close-up experience with tiger cubs & adult tigers.
07:00  Pick up from Hotel
Please wait for us in the lobby of your hotel.

09:00  Don Rak War Cemetery
The Don Rak War Cemetery in Kanchanaburi is the final resting place of 6,982 Allied POWs who perished during the construction of the Death Railway during World War II. On wet days, the lawn cemetery is off-limits to the public.  More...

10:30  Hellfire Pass and Konyu Cutting
Take time to watch the video presentation - 7 minutes. Then take a wander through the museum. When you're ready take a walk down into Konyu Cutting. Allow about 25 minutes for the walk. Take your time on the way back up. It's not a race!  More...

12:30  Lunch in a Thai Restaurant
Lunch will be served in a local Thai restaurant   More...

13:30  Tiger Temple
Here you'll have a close-up experience with tigers of all ages. Pics with adult tigers cost 1000 Baht extra. Tiger cub feeding costs 1500 Baht extra with a maximum of four per group.  More...

15:30  Bridge over the River Kwai
You'll have time to walk across the bridge and take some photos. Please be careful here because the bridge has no sides or safety rails.  More...

16:00  Depart for Bangkok
You can relax in air conditioned comfort while the driver returns you to your hotel in Bangkok.

18:00  Arrive at your Hotel
You can expect to be back at your hotel by 6:00pm depending on the traffic.

Important Information
A new walkway down into Konyu Cutting was built during 2008 which has made access much easier. However, it still requires some effort and you need sensible shoes.

As the Tiger Temple is a working Buddhist monastery, women must cover their shoulders and knees. Tank tops, short skirts, shorts, shawls and scarves are not permitted. Tights cannot be worn as an outer garment. Also, bright colours like red, orange and pink are not allowed as these colours excite the tigers.
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