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Khao Pra-Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary

Khao Pra-Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary: Our most recommended tours and activities

Krabi: Tiger Temple, Hot Springs & Crystal Pool Jungle Tour

1. Krabi: Tiger Temple, Hot Springs & Crystal Pool Jungle Tour

Explore the Krabi jungle and its highlights on this half-day tour with a convenient hotel transfer. Start your journey with the Sra Morakot or Emerald Pool. Walk along the rainforest trail and cool off the heat of Krabi with a swim in this freshwater pool inside the Khao Phra Bang Khram Nature Reserve. Its green hue is a result of an abundance of minerals from the surrounding limestone hills. Next, visit Krabi's natural hot spring and its hot stream waterfall, Klong Thom Waterfall, located in the jungle 40km south of Krabi Town.  Though the falls itself is just a cascade tumbling gently a few meters, it is unique in that the spring water that feeds it bubbles up from the earth at a temperature of 40° Celsius. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before heading to Wat Tahm Suea, also known as the Tiger Cave Temple. Venture 1,200 steps up the hill for views of Krabi and its limestone rock formations.

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What people are saying about Khao Pra-Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary

Overall rating

4.1 / 5

based on 233 reviews

Overall we had a lovely jammed packed day …our guide was very very nice and accommodating even climbed the stairs to the temple with us!! English was a bit broken which made a little hard to get additional info on the locations…our driver as well was great…emerald pool was pretty crowded but not something can control.

This tour was the best! Even with a heavy rain we had an amazing time. The thermal water amazing, blue lagoon and esmerald lagoon amazing. And the tiger temple was amazing. Pam (our guide) was so sweet and took care of us exceptionally! 10 out of 10 I recommend this tour and Pam as your guide!

It is a highly recommended tour because a natural and different facet of the area is known. It would be better if the order was changed: first he would go to the temple and climb to the top and then, once exhausted, relax in the pools to finish in the hot springs.

An excursion full of surprises and intense. In particular Tiger Temple which is very physical with its 12060 steep steps to climb! But the scenery at the top is worth it. Bring a towel for wringing out, water, and shoes. I recommend

Had a great time… reached around 10am and had the whole pool for ourselves… Bee, the local guide, was awesome… Hot springs were also very pleasant… once again had ample time to soak in and move on to the next location.