- Cruising / Sailing
- Cultural Exploration
- Ecotourism / Green Travel
- Learning Activities
- Medical Tourism
- Outdoor and Adventure Activities - Air Activities
- Outdoor and Adventure Activities - Land Activities
- Outdoor and Adventure Activities - Water Activities
- Self Drive
- Spa and Wellness
- Weddings & Honeymoons
In Bangkok, a cruise is a great way for tourists to explore the city. The Chao Phraya River is a major transportation artery and features numerous options for travelers to sightsee via boat. Travel by boat is incredibly convenient as most boat services connect to the BTS Skytrain Silom line at Saphan Taksin Station and stop at sightseeing attractions up and down the river, including the Chao Phraya’s most celebrated sight, Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn).
In addition to daytime sightseeing cruises, there are a number of dinner cruises during which visitors can enjoy the illuminated attractions along Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River while dining on outstanding Thai food. Smaller, more romantic dinner cruises are also major attractions in Chiang Mai and Ayutthaya, the latter of which is just upriver from Bangkok, a day trip journey that is a fascinating cruise of its own.
Around Thailand’s beaches and islands there are innumerable opportunities for getting aboard a boat for a single or multi-day adventure. From Phuket, boats provide day trip services to Phang Nga Bay, Koh Phi Phi, and even the Similan Islands. From Koh Samui, day cruises combine snorkeling or kayaking with lunch around Mu Ang Thong National Marine Park or Koh Nang Yuan, the postcard-perfect triangle of sandbar connected islands near Koh Tao. Renovated Chinese Junk boats and other luxury sailing vessels are also available for either a single day’s outing or a longer, more exclusive and romantic holiday out of Phuket.
On Thailand’s smaller islands and at inland, riverside, provincial capitals its typically possible to hire long tail boats by the hour or for the day, cruising between beaches and nearby islands or visiting remote riverside villages.
Finally, several international cruise lines service Pattaya and Phuket as part of pan-asian or global cruises aboard enormous luxury cruise liners.
Star Cruises, the third largest cruise operator in the world is a global cruise brand with a combined fleet of 16 ships cruising to over 200 destinations in the world, offering close to 30,000 lower berths while NCL is p...
For your comfort and interest the Ayutthaya Cruise is provided for you with the River Sun Cruise and air conditioned coach. Along the enchanting Chao Phraya River, you will experience the simple living of people, their h...
We specialize in historical and culture tours all across Thailand. Come along with us and plan the trip together to best fit your interest, time, and budget.
From Dairy Queen Restaurant near Phra Nang Klao Bridge to Wat Arun. 70 Baht per person for the boat cruise; dinner costs as ordered.
Our speciality is off beat and “off-the-beaten-track” arrangements: soft adventure, activity holidays and special interest packages. In 1982, long before the world had heard of eco-tourism we operated our first ornitholo...