Chaophraya Cruise


River Cruises

The best way to see Bangkok from a unique perspective is to take a cruise down the Chao Phraya River; if you're going to see Bangkok in style, you want to choose the best of what's on offer. There are so many options available for river cruises, but why not treat yourself and take a ride on one of the best boats in Bangkok?

The Chaophraya Cruise company provides three luxury cruises (original, grand and star, each with varying capacity), which showcase the best of Bangkok's riverside scenery, as well as providing on deck entertainment and refreshments. Food often comes in a buffet style, with a range of tasty Thai nibbles and dishes to choose from.

During the cruises you will take in some of Bangkok's beautiful architecture and cultural treasures, including Wat Pho, Wat Arun, the Grand Palace, Wat Kanlayanamitr and the Royal Barge Museum. Conference and seminar rooms and a souvenir shop are available on board.


490 Ratchadapisek road, Samsen-nork, River, 10320

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