Wat Arun and National Museum of Royal Bargues Join Tour by Supatra

Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours in Bangkok

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Cruising and enjoy Venice of the East through Bangkok Noi and Bangkok Yai canals on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River (the old capital of Thailand), also known as Venice of the EastVisit the National Museum of Royal Barge where the country's most unique vessels are displayed. Make a stop at Wat Arun, one of Bangkok’s most historical landmarks since the 17th century. Witness the temple’s distinctive spires standing at over 70 metres high, beautifully encrusted with colorful porcelains.
Upon arrival at Tha Maharaj Lifestyle Mall, you will be greeted by our staff.Enjoy cruising through Bangkok Noi and Bangkok Yai canals on the Thonburi side of the Chao Phraya River (the old capital of Thailand), also known as Venice of the EastVisit the National Museum of Royal Barge where the country's most unique vessels are displayed. Make a stop at Wat Arun, one of Bangkok’s most historical landmarks since the 17th century. Witness the temple’s distinctive spires standing at over 70 metres high, beautifully encrusted with colorful porcelains.Meetings Point: 10.00hrs. Tha Maharaj Pier 2  (by Bonchon Restaurant)Departure:   Saturday, SundayTour:  JoinTour Itinerary:  • 10.00 hrs. Meeting point at Tha Maharaj Pier 2 • 10.30 hrs. Depart to Bangkok Noi Canal, visit the National Museum of Royal Barges • 11.30 hrs. Cruise along Chao Phraya river and stop at Wat Aun • 12.30 hrs. Return to Tha Maharaj ** itinerary can be changed depends on water level, however, you still visit all mentioned attractions above.

What’s included

  • Guide
  • Travel insurance

What’s not included

  • Camera fee at National of National Museum of Royal Barges
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