The lights and sounds of Bangkok give the Thai capital a stunning atmosphere especially from the perspective of the Chao Phraya River. Enjoy impeccable service and an amazing 2-hour dining experience on the Loy Nava, a converted rice barge.
What to Expect
If you book this 2-hour tour on a private basis, a guide and driver will be waiting for you in the lobby of your hotel for the transfer to the pier. Alternatively, the cruise itself is available on a joined activity basis, and you can join cruise at the River City boat pier.
Whichever option you choose, the cruise features the ultimate views of the city’s legendary riverside buildings illuminated after dark.
You’ll enjoy a sumptuous Thai dinner on a converted rice barge as it travels slowly along the Chao Phraya River, past iconic sights such as Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn) and the glittering, illuminated Grand Palace.
Guests are welcomed aboard the beautiful antique teakwood barge by traditionally attired hostesses with a rose-water sprinkling ceremony.
During the candlelight cruise, the sounds of traditional Thai xylophone music can be heard in the background as you enjoy delicious traditional Thai cuisine. The dishes are prepared using only the freshest, top-quality ingredients.
Marvel at the beauty of Bangkok by night as you discover the exquisite tastes of Thai cuisine.
- Tours and transfers from your downtown Bangkok hotel with driver and English-speaking guide (private tours only)
- Dinner aboard the Loy Nava (standard menu)
- All entrance fees, where applicable
- All taxes and service fees
What's Not Included
- Hotel accommodation in Bangkok
- Tips and gratuities
Know Before You Go
If you book the private option, you will be picked up at your accommodation by your guide and driver. On a joined tour, transfers are not included. The meeting point for the Loy Nava Cruise will be at the River City boat pier for both embarkation and disembarkation.
Cruises are not available on the following dates: Loy Krathong Festival (November); Christmas Eve (24 December); Christmas Day (25 December); New Year’s Eve (31 December); New Year’s Day (1 January); and Valentine’s Day (14 February).
Cruise operation will also cease during the annual dry-docking period; exact dates will be advised by the cruise company.