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Chao Phraya Dinner Cruise – Going Back in Time by Boat

The journey that begins at the River City Pier takes you back many centuries in time to the dawn of civilization in Thailand, formerly known as the land of Siam. The modern Thais believe in entertainment and relaxation. Thus, they have intertwined a discovery of their history with one of the most exquisite excursions in Bangkok aboard the Princess Cruise which ferries along the famous Chao Phraya River.

Before you left home you would have most definitely booked yourself into a luxurious dwelling such as the AVANI Atrium Bangkok and composed a list of must sees and must dos. If you were wondering how you could actually explore all these places in the shortese possible time, the Chao Phraya river cruise is theanswer to your prayers. Not only is it one of the fastest ways to sight see it is also one of the most comfortable and convenient ways to do so, especially scorching sun would not be in your way.

The cruise itself is a two hour long ride where you will be served a plentiful buffet while you feast your eyes to the Wat Arun, Pom Phra Sumen, the Grand Palace, the Wat Pho and much more that lie on either side of the river. The music onboard turns upbeat as you finish dinner to allow you to dance your calories away. Therefore, the liner becomes a merry making spot until you disembark at River City Pier once again where you can find an abundant of local tuktuks to take a ride back to your accommodation.

The ancient Thai man is supposed to have prospered along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, hence it is a wise choice to set sail in this area and discover the ancient palaces and temples that have stood the test of time since the dawn of a civilization in Thailand.

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.


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