What better way to see the brighter side of the city than with a Bangkok Dinner Cruise. While I've enjoyed dinner cruises around the world including one cruising the Nile in Egypt and another fabulous dinner cruise in the still waters of Hong Kong harbour, you'll be utterly astounded with a boat trip on the Chao Phraya River at night.
For most of the year, the warm weather is more than ideal to sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacular sights and scenery that abound in all directions here. Below you'll find several dinner cruises you might like to indulge yourself. Choose any one to suit your taste and budget.
Here's a great opportunity for you to enjoy the fascinating cultural heritage of Thailand as you cruise past some of the most beautiful landmarks of Bangkok along the Chao Phraya River on the Wonderful Pearl cruise ship. Not only will you be able to view the spectacular sights of the city, you'll also be entertained with some Thai Khon classical dance. Or you can simply listen to the live pop and jazz music on the 360-degree panoramic decks. The elegant buffet on board serves Thai, European, Japanese and other international cuisines.
Come and experience all the sights and sounds Bangkok has to offer at night as the lights illuminate the city. Enjoy a Thai and international buffet dinner while cruising along the Chao Phraya River. Included with the cruise are a hotel pickup and drop-off in an air-conditioned vehicle.
Why not come and have some real fun while viewing Bangkok from a different perspective. Once you step on board the Grand Pearl luxury cruiser, you'll be wined and dined in absolute comfort. These are just some of the many key elements that make cruising along the beautifully-lit ‘River of Kings’ a fabulous feast in its own right.
The Arena River Cruise is the only authentic Indian Dinner Cruise in Bangkok that offers an Indian food buffet both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Also on board, you'll be able to enjoy authentic music delivered to you by a live Indian Singer and DJ. Dine, drink and dance to the tunes while cruising along the magnificent Chao Phraya River. Enjoy, among others, beautiful and breathtaking views of riverside venues such as the Wat Arun, the Grand Palace, and the Rama Viii Bridge. It's the perfect way to take in two brilliant cultures at once.
Because the vibe in Bangkok dramatically changes from day to night, what could be better than to see the beauty of the capital than while on a romantic dinner cruise? Hop on board the Wan Fah, a classical barge type vessel constructed entirely out of wood. This most intimate dinner cruise will not disappoint from start to finish.
The lights and sights of Bangkok give the Thai capital a brand new persona when gently sailing aboard one of the leading dinner cruises on the Chao Phraya River. On board the luxury cruiser Apsara, you can only but relish in the impeccable service standards and an amazing dining experience only a 5-Star cruise can deliver.
Toast the night in Bangkok with a 2-hour dinner cruise aboard the Loy Nava, a converted rice barge. This is a great opportunity to see the city's most famous sites such as the Grand Palace and Wat Arun, lit up at night as you cruise along the 'The River of Kings'. All this as you savour a sumptuous selection of Thai dishes while listening to some great traditional music. Could this be a good time to hop on board?
Hop aboard one of the most luxurious and pristine river cruisers for an enjoyable dining experience like no other. That being said, the 40-seater Supanniga will surely afford you a whole new perspective of Bangkok while on the 'River of Kings'. This Dinner Champagne Taittinger Cruise is richly designed for those of you who'd like to indulge in a 6-course Thai dinner taste sensation while enjoying the grand nightlife views across the Chao Phraya River.
Come and view Bangkok by night aboard the Shangri-La Horizon river cruiser on this delightful 2-hour cruise along the Chao Phraya River. You'll enjoy a buffet dinner of international dishes while gently gliding past illuminated sights such as the Grand Palace and Wat Arun. And all this while admiring the shimmering lights of the city.
Be enchanted by Bangkok at night. After the sun sets, head to the riverside for a sumptuous Thai dinner overlooking the magnificent Wat Arun Temple of Dawn. You'll also be driven through the old city to see the Grand Palace and Wat Pho illuminated against the night sky then browse a buzzing evening market brimming with flowers.
Relax with a tranquil cruise on the Chao Phraya River and treat yourself to a buffet dinner of exquisite dishes. On this dinner cruise, you'll get a glimpse of the shimmering reflection of Bangkok's nightlife as you glide past. Whether you choose to enjoy the river trip solo or with friends and family, this evening adventure is not to be missed.
A Thai cuisine on the Manohra is among one of the most favorite kitchens in the world and what better way than to let us take you on a culinary journey while the lights, sounds and smells of Bangkok at night pass you by on board an exquisitely restored rice barge.
Accessible, modern and respecting Thai heritage, the owners of the Supanniga luxury cruiser have brought their dining philosophy to the Chao Phraya River with a 6-course, 2.5 hour, set dining cruise option of extraordinary quality. A welcome glass of champagne is included.
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