Tiger Temple, Bangkok

This summer holiday was one of its kind as I got to visit a place in Bangkok which I wasn’t aware of during my previous visits to the city. Yes it is no other than Tiger Temple (the oldest surviving Buddhist school and forest temple in western Thailand and a sanctuary for numerous animals, including several tame tigers), it is around 2 to 3 hours away from the heart of bangkok in a place called Kanchanaburi (depending on how fast you or your driver is driving), our taxi driver was at a speed of around 110 Km per hour, but due to us getting lost on the way it ended up taking around 4 to 5 hours to finally reach the place, so yeah it was quite a long trip.

This place is the perfect environment for breeding tigers and other animals, it is a huge land for animals to have enough space to walk around and feel at home. The habitat matches the tigers lifestyle very well which was very interesting to see.

I definitely recommend you people to visit this place, if you still haven’t seen a real tiger right in front of you then this is the perfect opportunity for you and your friends.

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  1. Amazing photo!!! You really do look calm…the tiger does too…

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