Bangkok Cruise Tours and Tickets

Looking to make the most of your Bangkok itinerary? Then Bangkok river cruises and boat trips are exactly what you are looking for a wholesome offshore experience away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Sail along the Chao Phraya River while relaxing on a cruise liner and enjoying the sweeping views of attractions like Wat Yannawa Temple, ICONSIAM Mega shopping mall, Wat Arun (Temple of Dawn) and Wat Po (Temple of the Reclining Buddha). The hop-on hop-off Bangkok boat tours will offer the perfect introduction to the City of Angels while making memories for a lifetime.
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Our tips for Cruises

  • Listen up. Most Bangkok boat tours are narrated in the language of your choice. They are ideal for offering inside scoops of the city’s main attractions, history and culture. Be sure to listen up.
  • Love is in the air. For a perfect date night or a romantic evening, you can book a Bangkok dinner cruise with live music. We bet it is sure to impress your special someone.
  • Book in advance. Evening cruises are high in demand, especially during the peak season. Make sure to book early to avoid last-minute disappointment.

Good to know

Also called Maenam, Chao Phraya river is a prominent river of Thailand that flows through Bangkok before going into the Gulf of Thailand. The earliest civilizations of South East Asia settled by the river basin of Chao Phraya around the 7th century BC.

Pa Sak River, the Nan River, and the Sakae Krang River are the tributaries of Chao Phraya. These form an extensive pattern that resembles the branches of a tree. It forms the largest watershed in Thailand with an extensive network of basins.

The river acts as a gateway to some of the major tourist attractions of Bangkok. It is the life-giver river to many of the provinces of Thailand, including Bangkok. It forms various canals lending the name ‘Venice of the East’ to Bangkok.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to book a Bangkok Boat Trip?

    November to January is the best time to plan a visit to Bangkok when the weather is cool and comfortable for sightseeing aboard a boat cruise or even on foot.

  • Q: What to wear to the Bangkok River and Canal Cruise?

    Wear loose and comfortable clothes made of cotton so that you can enjoy sightseeing without breaking a sweat. Make sure to wear your walking shoes to explore the stops around the city’s key attractions.

  • Q: How do I reach the Bangkok Boat Cruise start point?

    Most of the tour operators offer complimentary pick-up from the hotel. However, in case they don’t, you can simply take a taxi or tuk-tuk to the meeting point. The details of the meeting point will be mentioned in the voucher that you receive on your smartphone.

  • Q: Which cruise should I book to combine Bangkok sightseeing with the boat trip?

    If you are looking to spend a romantic evening with your special one, then you can book the White Orchid Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise which also includes hotel transfers. The Chao Phraya Princess Dinner Cruise With Live Band is another tour ideal for spending quality time with your loved ones. If you are looking for flexible sightseeing, then you can book a Chao Phraya Hop-On, Hop-Off Boat Tour.

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