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Bangkok: Grand Pearl Dinner Cruise including Transfers
"Enjoy this 4-hour dinner cruise with the backdrop of the stunning night scenery on both sides of the Chao Phraya River the cruise departs from Bangkok’s River City pier. The captain will take the boat as far as the Pinklao Bridge where you’ll have a unique opportunity to take in the views of 2 of Bangkok’s most spectacular sights at night: Wat Arun the Temple of Dawn and Wat Phra Kaew the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. After the photo stop at the Temple of Dawn and the Grand Palace the boats cruises in the other direction
From THB2,025.00
Loy Nava Rice Barge Dinner Cruise Including Transfers from Bangkok
"Cruise along the Chao Phraya River aboard an antique teak wood rice barge called the “Tahsaneeya Nava”. Feast on superb Thai cuisine as you drift along the “River of Kings” experiencing Thai hospitality from the comfort and tranquility of the open-air cruise. Constructed of solid hand-carved and polished golden teak the “Tahsaneeya Nava” was built at a time when such raw materials were abundant in Thailand. It remains one of the few authentic antique rice barges operating on the Chao Phraya River and the 2-hour dinner cruise will take you back to a less hurried time. You will be welcomed on board with a rose-water sprinkling ceremony and jasmine garland presentation. Then
From THB3,038.00
Half-Day Bangkok Rice Barge and Longtail Boat Cruise
"Following a hotel pickup and transfer climb aboard a speedy long-tail boat for a join cruise down the Chao Phraya River and along the winding canals (klongs) viewing the local Thai community going about their daily lives on this 4-hour sightseeing tour by water.Then sail back to the city center on board a comfortable converted rice barge enjoying seasonal fruits and unlimited cold drinks as you cruise. Drift quietly along the Chao Phraya River as the sun sets over Bangkok passing some of the capital’s renowned landmarks such as the royal Grand Palace and the temple of Wat Arun
From THB1,138.00

Chao Phraya River Tips (52)

Self-tour the Chao Phraya

The Chao Phraya river cuts right through Bangkok, and it is a central element of the transportation system. A fleet of swift taxis ply the river up and down all day long, cutting off around nightfall....
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Aug 26, 2011

The River of Kings (3 photos)

Until the middle of the 20th Century, Thailand was known as Siam which translates as "people of the river". The Chao Phya may be the single most important factor in the development of Thai culture....
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Jun 28, 2006

Cheap way to get around.

This is a busy river! There are boats going up & down it all day long. It's a very cheap way to travel around Bangkok. After being typical tourists and checking out the huge Reclining Buddha it...
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Aug 03, 2007

Sunset at Chao Phraya

Believe me, watching sunset at another great river (Chao Phraya) of Asia is really something wonderful for me.I can spend whole evening waiting for sunset & clicking away hoping to get a perfect...
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Jun 14, 2005

The River Of Kings

This is about the Chao Phraya River the principal river in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. When I was living in Bangkok I often traveled on this river by commuter boat to avoid the horrendous...
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Nov 22, 2014

Chao Praha

A short and quick trip on a boat along the canal, and we arrived at the market. We left the boat and enjoyed the show. Is it always like that? Is it revivalism for tourist amusement? No. It looks...
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Apr 14, 2016

Chao Phraya River

The Chao Phraya River is the lifeline of Bangkok. It is the main waterway of the city. In the north, it eventually merges with the Mekong. In Bangkok, its shores are lined with stilt houses, some...
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May 06, 2008

The Phraya River

River of the Kings, this was once the life blood of the city, along with its Khlongs ( canals) buzzed with life, its still busy today as most of Bangkok’s main attractions lie along the banks of the...
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Oct 20, 2005

Feed the Fishes

You can buy the bread for 20 baht to feed the fishes. We were here supposedly to see the floating market but there were only a few in sight.The water was choppy when the big longboats pass with all...
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Jan 16, 2007

Chao Phraya

The river is not only one of the main arteries of the city but also your best ally when visiting the temples and seeing the sights. It will allow you to get to the different districts and...
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Dec 10, 2005

River Trip

The Mae Nam Chao Phraya means the river of Kings and allows you a great insight into the busy life of many in Bangkok. Upmarket hotels, temples, warehouses and local line the banks, the river is a...
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Sep 18, 2009

Chao Phraya River

Chao Phraya River plays many roles in Thai life, in fact it is regarded as the principal artery of the nation. Much of Thai history can be traced along the banks of the river. Old temples, palaces and...
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Jan 15, 2009
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99/2 Moo 8 , Phaholyothin Road, Lamlukka Pathumthanee, Bangkok, 12130, Thailand
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99/3 Moo2, Tiwanon Road, Bangkadi, Muang Dist., Pathum Thani, 12000, Thailand
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53/300 Moo 5 Mooban Kritsada Nakhon Chaeng Watthana Rd., Bang Talat, Pak Kret, Nonthaburi 11120, Chi
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54/7 Chaengwattana Road, Soi 15, Don Muang, Bangkok, 10210, Thailand
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54 Moo 7 Bangkrasun Bang Pa-In, Ayutthaya, 13160, Thailand
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99/401-486 Soi Benjamitr, Chaeng Wattana Road, Bangkok, 10210, Thailand
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Things to Do Near Chao Phraya River

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Chatuchak Park

This park is located next to the Chatuchak weekend market. It is a very long park but not very wide. There are several lakes and ponds that don't really show up on Google maps. There are very nice...
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Wat Thammikarat

This is another small temple ruin. What I found interesting were the number of Singh (Lion Figures) the completely encircle the main large chedi. the Singh are in various stages of disrepair. This...
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Day Trip - Ayutthaya

I arrived one Saturday afternoon and planned to stay 2 nights but having hired a bike and cycled around the temple ruins, I felt I had seen all there was to see, and moved onto Kanchantaburi the next...
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Chatuchak Weekend Market

As stated in the title,the market can be real hot under the sun.There is nothing u can really do about it unless u bring an umbrella.But now lets talk about the shops.FOR PET LOVERS:This place is an...
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Correctional Services Museum - CLOSED

We visited the corrections museum in Bangkok, partly because it was on our walking route from Chinatown to Khao San Road, and also because we were a bit fascinated about the whole "Bangkok Hilton"...
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Dinner Cruises

Vacations are all about treating yourself and this evening Bangkok dinner cruise along the Chao Phraya river is most definitely a treat! This will be a memorable night on board one of Bangkok's most...
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Getting to Chao Phraya River


Through Bangkok into the Gulf of Thailand


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