Cruise the River of Kings the Chao Phraya in style. Step back in time as you book a luxurious journey aboard a converted teak rice barge that offers all the trappings suited for royalty.

Unwind on a Three Day Cruise

Looking to go on Bangkok cruises? Step aboard the luxuriously converted rice barge and set off along the Chao Phraya River. Select the Ayutthaya Thousand Golden Temples tour offered by river cruise tour operators and Anantara Cruises, Thailand; popular for the Anantara Dream – a boutique 2 cabin boat made out of a 100 year old rice barge. The tour takes you past the splendours of the ancient kingdom.

Pass Iconic Landmarks

The Thousand Golden Temples Tour is one of the favoured for its dose of ancient culture. Drift by the Temple of Dawn, the Golden Palace and Royal Barges Museum; three of the most iconic attractions in Bangkok. Mind you views from the river are stunning.

Savour the Splendours of Ancient River Life

The Chao Phraya has been an integral part of Bangkok’s history; life is predominantly based around the curving waterway. Experience the traditions and allures of this age old friend to the Thai’s; on your rice barge cruise. The 3 day tour allows you to take part in the merit invoking services offered at temples along the river, explore the monastery housing the country’s largest Buddha statue and browse the confines of the Summer Palace of the once mighty kings of the Ayutthaya Kingdom.

Discover a UNESCO World Heritage Site

One of the most alluring aspects of Bangkok cruises is exploring the ancient Ayutthaya Kingdom. Visit the ruins; discover past grandeurs as you walk through archaeological sites and historical temples. The view of the kingdom from the deck of your barge is quite unforgettable; so take along the cameras folks as you make like a king and set sail on a 100 year old rice barge cum boutique hotel.

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