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Dinner Cruises on the Chaophraya River – A spectacular experience along the ‘River of Kings’

Chao Phraya River is to Bangkok like Seine is to Paris or like Thames is to London. It adds immeasurable colour to the experience of visiting the vibrant city of Bangkok. Thus, a dining cruise along the Chao Phraya River is definitely at the top of your To-Do list in Bangkok. If you yearn to feel this beautiful experience, Anantara Baan Rajprasong Bangkok Serviced Suites is an amazing luxury accommodation option. Bangkok serviced apartments provide top class facilities and make your stay memorable.

The dining cruise along Chao Phraya River is complimented with charming sights. You would be able to witness lustrous temples along with significant historical sites lining the banks. Few monumental sights that you would pass are Wat Pratum Khong Ka, Wat Kanlayanamrit, Wat Arun, Wat Pho, Wat Phra Keaw (the Emerald Buddha temple), the Royal Thai Navy Headquarter Buildings, the Grand Palace, Phra Sumen Fort and the Rama VIII Bridge. You will also be able to observe the traditional way of Thai life, revealing before your eyes like a movie, on both sides of the river.

The time on board on any dining cruise is made memorable with mouth-watering Thai dishes laid out for you. Different varieties of local Thai cuisine will offer you plenty of options suit diverse tastes. Candle lighting or dim lighting would create a relaxing environment for you to dwell in the beauty of the passing sights. Moreover, the soothing rhythms and songs played by different bands on board would entertain you along the journey.

Finally, having moored through the passing bustle, take some time to listen to chirping crickets, jumping carps and waves lapping on the boat. Spend few minutes to enjoy the unveiled elegance of nature. On the other hand, you can also opt to take a dinner cruise which offers spa treatments as well. Take the opportunity to treat yourselves with a relaxing massage while relishing a spectacular journey.

Thus, do not forget to enjoy a dinner cruise along Chao Phraya River because no visit to Bangkok is complete without a exploring the riversides of Chao Phraya.

Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+

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