A traditional Thai dinner cruise is being offered along Bangkok’s Chao Phaya River.

Brits booking flights to Bangkok have been offered a new authentic Thai cruise experience aboard Wan Fan, the luxury floating restaurant.

Guests can choose to sample either traditional Thai food or fresh local seafood, accompanied by Thai classical music and dancing.

The cruise along the Chao Phaya River, which runs all year round, includes sparkling night lights to add to the romantic atmosphere.

Highlights along the way include several examples of traditional Thai architecture, including the Grand Palace and the Temple of Dawn, as you explore the longest river in the south east Asian country.

The two-hour cruise departs on a daily basis, running from 7pm to 9pm local time, while hotel pick-up services are available for those staying in the downtown area of Bangkok.

Visitors can reserve their seat on this cruise now for just a 25 per cent deposit of the total $45 (£27) price. Drinks, alcoholic or otherwise, are not included in the price.

Written by Alex Cochrane

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