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Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua or the Tiger Temple, as it’s popularly known, is actually a Buddhist monastery, located in the Kanchanaburi province of Thailand. The monastery is about 200 km west of Bangkok near the border of Myanmar (Burma). A different destiny and worth for those you do a trip to Bangkok. It is a natural enclosure where animals rescued from the clutches of illegal wildlife trafficking have a second opportunity to move forward under the protection of the Buddhist monks. The curious thing is that tourists who come to the site can interact with the tigers in the most uncommon way.
Today you can visit the Tiger Temple and experience the most wonderful things; you are likely to remember the rest of your life. Of course there is a nominal entrance fee, which is mainly used to provide proper care and medical attention to the wild cats and other animals. The amazing thing, however, is that you can take pictures with the tigers, pet and stroke them, watch as they walk along the canyon, help the monks to feed the pretty little cubs and play with them.