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Hellfire Tours

Bangkok, Thailand
+66 81 308 2300
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Hellfire pass - a place to reflect. Lest we forget

This tour we had on the 15th of this month was wonderful, I was able to see the history I had... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2017
jenniferJ8247FQ
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Bangkok, Thailand
Hellfire pass, The memorial of the mournful and devoting

he hellfire pass is a memory of sadness and suffering of Thai, Burmese, Malaysian, Brithish... read more

Reviewed 12 December 2016
Yammy1299
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Bangkok, Thailand
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Reviewed 16 September 2017

This tour we had on the 15th of this month was wonderful, I was able to see the history I had learned about in school right in front of my face. Our tour guide Jackie and driver Bowl were fantastic, very accommodating, helpful and knowledgeable....More

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Reviewed 12 December 2016 via mobile

he hellfire pass is a memory of sadness and suffering of Thai, Burmese, Malaysian, Brithish, Australian and Dutch. It is a big lesson from the world war II. This place is represent the suffering , Bravery, Devoting and nations relationship. No matter how far and...More

Thank Yammy1299
Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

This company operates under several different names, including Cambodia Tour Services, which is the company we booked our tour under. We really wanted a daytrip tour to Angkor Wat from Bangkok, and not many places offered such a tour, but this place did. Was a...More

1  Thank lwainwright19
Reviewed 28 June 2016 via mobile

I traveled to Thailand for my birthday especially to see Tigers & Elephants. I booked a private tour of the tiger temple but a couple of weeks before I arrived it he closed - so I emailed to get confirmation of this, Suzie sent me...More

Thank LCWaitoa
Reviewed 21 March 2015

A luxury car with a driver came early in the morning to pick us (me, my husband and our 8 years old son) up from our hotel in Bangkok. After 2 hours of driving we stopped in Kanchanabury to take our guide Danupol Chotiyut (Dominik)...More

Thank Milena F
Reviewed 19 January 2015 via mobile

DO NOT under any circumstances book with this company. They are dodgy and irresponsible! We booked a floating market tour with them on the 26th of December and received an email from Suzie Whey confirming pick up time the night before. The next day we...More

3  Thank KHau1
Reviewed 4 June 2014

This is my first review on tripadvisor. I've used the site extensively as I am an avid traveler. When arranging my Southeast Asia trip, I was looking for an established tour company in the Bangkok area to handle my tour. Hellfire tours, indeed, operates under...More

5  Thank eklein5823
Reviewed 23 October 2013

We booked for a Tiger Temple tour with tiger cub feeding and had a once in a lifetime experience overall. We never had any problems while booking and during the tour. Our tour guide Jacky was simply amazing. He knew the grounds, showed us many...More

1  Thank ArmErg
Reviewed 17 October 2013

We were 4 people when we started from Bangalore/India to Thailand. We had booked for 4 people for the Tiger temple tour. unfortunately one person had to come back from the airport as he had an error i his passport. We had informed Hellfire tours...More

1  Thank Don0602
Reviewed 12 September 2013

First off let me recommend this tour to anyone. We had a fantastic driver for the two of us and our guide was 'AO'. We had breakfast with the monks, bottle fed baby tigers and then progressed to interact to tigers of all ages, swimming...More

1  Thank Jess J
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