Approx. 3½ hoursStart time
Start time: 1830h (6:30pm)
Duration: Approx. 3½ hours (including 2½ hours cruise at Manohra Song)
Your hotel in Bangkok.
(Please mention your hotel name and address details at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the dinner with these details.)
Your hotel in Bangkok
Built upon the original 100-year-old, solid teak hull, the Manohra Song features an expansive saloon living and dining area with bar, plus an ample forward sun-deck lounging area.
Interior details features warm Teak, Padua and Mahogany woods, custom-designed furniture covered with colorful silks and cottons, Oriental rugs, Thai and Southeast Asian art, sculpture and artifacts and the unique Thai marriage of the past and present.
Treat yourself to a romantic dinner aboard one of Bangkok’s legendary rice barges - Manohra. It is now one of the most luxurious restaurant boats in Bangkok.
Lovingly restored with modifications the boat has a covered deck and seating and a modern kitchen. The setting is intimate and the dining experience unparalleled.
Relax in modern comfort and in a unique Thai atmosphere on board the Manohra. You will witness the endless variety of Bangkok river life as you slowly cruise along the River of Kings - Chao Phraya River - passing the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), the Grand Palace and the Royal Barge Museum.
Watch life along the river, as it slowly starts to unwind after a busy day, and dine on a delectable Thai menu. The on board band will also keep you entertained.
After this incredible dining experience you will be taken back to your hotel at around 2230h (10:30pm).
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the dinner to reconfirm pickup timings
Rates cannot apply on festive periods i.e. Valentine’s, Songkran Festival, Loy Krathong, Chirstmas Eve & Christmas Day, New Year Eve, New Year Day & etc..
This was a very enjoyable tour. The boat was a renovated (small) barge. It was just lovely. There were only three tables on board: two tables of two and one of four. The boat...Lucie Laura Zaharoff