5 luxury dinner cruises for an evening on the river in Bangkok

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When you long for tranquility overlooking the river in the evening, embark on these elegant dinner cruises in Bangkok.

You don’t have to be a Hemingway fan to enjoy these moving celebrations. With the beautiful artery of the Chao Phraya River cutting through central Bangkok, the river not only shapes our mode of transportation but our dining experiences as well. Scroll down to find some of Bangkok’s most luxurious, and most importantly, delicious dinner cruises.

On the Chao Phraya River, Pruek Cruise offers a scenic bespoke setting for all types of celebrations, be it a private party with your friends, a romantic dinner cruise with your partner or a family reunion. Inside the three-story teak yacht is a champagne bar, roof garden and luxurious indoor and outdoor dining areas. To top it off, meals on board are prepared by some of Bangkok’s greats, from Chef Arnaud Dunand Sauthier and Sawaan’s Chef Aom to Lenzi Tuscan Kitchen’s Chef Francesco.


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As part of Banyan Tree Bangkok, the Apsara Dinner Cruise is one to count on for its Thai cuisine royalty and world-class hospitality. While guests spend the night basking in the sparkling views of the Chao Phraya River, exceptional Thai dishes are prepared on board and served directly to the table, ranging from classics like Chicken Satay and Chiang Mai Style Chicken Curry to Thai desserts like Coconut Sugar Dumplings and mango sticky rice.


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Anantara Riverside Bangkok Resort invites guests to intensify their celebrations with the Manohra Private Dinner Cruise, be it a corporate dinner, a sunset proposal or a formal dinner party. Three fleets converted into rice boats, Manohra Sun, Star and Moon, can accommodate up to 60 guests and take you past some of Bangkok’s most famous attractions such as the Temple of Dawn, the Grand Palace and IconSiam.


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If dinner isn’t satisfying enough, Loy Pela offers the ultimate time-out on an overnight cruise from Bangkok to Ayutthaya. Two gorgeous fleets, Loy Dream and Loy River Song Staterooms, feature gorgeous bedrooms, luxe bath amenities, and dining venues serving modern Thai-fusion specialties and elegant wines. Guests can also choose their preferred route from the three options, all of which take a journey through time to the ancient capital of Ayutthaya.


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If your mood calls for a dinner cruise but don’t want the hassle of an actual cruise, Sirimahannop is the perfect choice. This gigantic ship can accommodate up to 300 guests on the upper and lower decks, with some private rooms for smaller groups. Choose your seat inside or outside and savor the finely crafted Captain’s Menu, which brings together the flavors of Thai, Scandinavian and other ports in one great course meal. A la carte menus are also available.


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