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Thailand's river cruises offer an unmatched view into the heart of this vibrant country. Gliding along the Chao Phraya River, you're treated to a front-row seat to Thailand's bustling cityscapes, serene temples, and lush landscapes. It's not just a journey; it's an experience that stitches together the comfort of modern travel with the rich history and culture of Thailand. Imagine slipping by the grandeur of the Grand Palace, witnessing the daily life along the riverbanks, and soaking up the sun on deck as you meander towards ancient capitals like Ayutthaya. With stops at hidden gems and access to some of the country's best street food, a Thai river cruise is a traveler's dream for those who seek a blend of relaxation and adventure. With river cruise volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 50% versus the brochure price! Book your Thailand river cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted river cruise headquarters.

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Aug 02, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$7,979
Aug 02, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$7,369
Aug 05, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CityBangkok16$6,114
Aug 09, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$7,859
Aug 09, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$7,394
Aug 12, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonSiem ReapBangkok16$6,049
Aug 16, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,609
Aug 16, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$8,999
Aug 19, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CityBangkok16$7,744
Aug 23, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,489
Aug 23, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$9,024
Aug 26, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonSiem ReapBangkok16$7,679
Aug 30, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,869
Aug 30, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$9,259
Sep 02, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CityBangkok16$8,004
Sep 06, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,749
Sep 06, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$9,284
Sep 09, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonSiem ReapBangkok16$7,939
Sep 13, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,869
Sep 13, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$9,259
Sep 16, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CityBangkok16$8,004
Sep 20, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,959
Sep 20, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$9,494
Sep 23, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonSiem ReapBangkok16$8,149
Sep 27, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,079
Sep 27, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$8,469
Sep 27, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritHanoiBangkok27$43,185
Sep 30, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CityBangkok16$7,214
Oct 04, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$8,959
Oct 04, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$8,494
Oct 06, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritHo Chi Minh CityBangkok18$20,080
Oct 07, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonSiem ReapBangkok16$7,149
Oct 11, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,079
Oct 11, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$8,469
Oct 14, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CityBangkok16$7,214
Oct 18, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,959
Oct 18, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$9,494
Oct 21, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonSiem ReapBangkok16$8,149
Oct 25, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,179
Oct 25, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$8,579

Thailand Travel Guide

Thailand River Cruises Highlights

  • The Grand Palace, Bangkok: This architectural wonder is the historic home of Thai kings and the revered Emerald Buddha. With its glittering temples and traditional design, the palace is a cultural masterpiece.
  • Wat Arun, Bangkok: Known as the Temple of Dawn, this iconic temple sits by the river, offering a spectacular view, especially at sunrise or sunset. Its ornate spires make it one of the most recognized landmarks in Bangkok.
  • Floating Markets, Various Locations: Experience the unique bustle of Thailand's floating markets, where vendors sell fresh produce, local foods, and crafts from boats and waterfront stalls.
  • Wat Phra Mahathat, Ayutthaya: The ruins of this ancient temple complex, with its famous Buddha head entwined in tree roots, offer a poignant glimpse into Thailand's rich history.
  • Ayutthaya Historical Park, Ayutthaya: A vast stretch of historical sites, this park contains the palatial ruins of the old city of Ayutthaya, once a thriving Siamese kingdom.
  • Sukhothai Historical Park, Sukhothai: Home to the ruins of Sukhothai, the first capital of Siam, this park features well-preserved temples and Buddha figures, reflecting the beginning of Thai architecture.

Thailand River Cruises Travel Tips

  • The Thai Baht is the local currency, and while larger cruise ships may accept credit cards, having cash on hand is essential for small purchases, especially in markets or street food stalls.
  • Make sure all your travel documents are in order before you leave and that you can access them easily if needed.
  • Lightweight clothing is a must due to the tropical climate, but also bring a light jacket for cooler evenings.
  • Pack modest attire for visiting temples; shoulders and knees should be covered as a sign of respect.
  • Comfortable walking shoes are vital for temple visits and city tours.
  • Swimwear, sunscreen, and insect repellent for those off-boat excursions.

Thailand River Cruises Things To Do

  • Bangkok

    The capital city of Thailand is known for its elaborate shrines, modern malls, floating markets, and network of waterways that flow from the Chao Phraya River. Therefore, it's the perfect place to set out on a river cruise journey. 

    Best Time To Visit

    According to U.S. News Travel, you will have the best travel experience from November through March, as winter is Bangkok's peak season. However, if you want to find the best river cruise travel deals, you will find them during October or April, both of which are the rainiest and hottest times of the year. 


    You Should Know

    The Rattanakosin Royal District is the base for Bangkok's Grand Palace and the ornate Wat Phra Kaew Temple. The Buddhist temple, Wat Pho, features a large reclining Buddha.
  • Pak Khlong Flower Talat Market - Bangkok
    Pak Khlong Flower Talat Market - Bangkok

    Formerly a floating seafood market, the Pak Khlong Flower Talat Market is the largest wholesale flower market in Thailand. Today, you can find every flower imaginable in the fragrantly scented marketplace.

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to see the market is just before or after midnight when the flower vendors pick up their blooms to sell in various Bangkok locations.


    You Should Know

    Locally grown flowers include jasmine, gerbera, orchids, chrysanthemum, lilies, and roses. Tulips are shipped from northern provinces, such as Loei and Chiang Rai. You can see the ancient art of Phuang Malai practiced at the market. This art involves treading a needle through tiny buds. Phuang Malai garlands are popular examples of this creative and ancient floral arrangement and art form.
  • Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn)
    Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn)

    Rich with history, Wat Arun is one of the most venerated temples in Bangkok and Thailand. While visitors have to pay a small fee to get inside the temple, it is free to the Thai public. If you want to see a beautiful and panoramic view of Thailand, take the steep steps of the temple to the top.

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to see Wat Arun is from November to January. Visit in the morning when things are quieter.


    You Should Know

    While the temple is over 300 years old, five prangs (towers) were built during the 19th century. One central towner, or prang, stands in the middle of four smaller prangs. The temple is designed in the Khmer style, which typically features a steep stairway – steps that can be regarded as a "highway to heaven. The temple is adorned with tiny pieces of Chinese porcelain, colored glass, and seashells. The use of porcelain is intended to make the temple glisten in the sunlight. The temple is the last stop for the Royal Barge Procession, an event of both royal and religious import that has been held during the past 700 years.
  • Ayutthaya

    Ayutthaya, north of Bangkok, was once the capital of Siam. It was a prosperous trading port from 1350 until 1767 when the Burmese took control. Ayutthaya Historical Park now represents the ruins of the old city. The archaeological site features monasteries, Buddhist temples, and palaces. The Chao Phraya River meets the Pa Sak River and the Lopburi River at this site.

    Best Time To Visit

    Usually, the best time to see Ayutthaya is from November to January, when it does not rain as much and the air is not as humid. Usually, Ayutthaya is pretty hot and humid year-round, but the humidity tapers off in the winter.


    You Should Know

    Elephant rides are offered around Ayutthaya Historical Park that allows you to see the ruins. The rides last about 25 minutes. Built in 1387, Wat Phu Khao Thong is located in northwest Ayutthaya. Later, in 1569, when the Burmese captured Ayutthaya, the Burmese king had a chedi or pyramid added to the temple to celebrate his victory over the Siamese. In the Ayutthaya Historical Park, Wat Phra Sri Sanphet sits next to the Grand Palace and Viharn Phra Mongkolbopit, an impressive structure that features a seated Buddha made of bronze.
  • Bang Pa-In Palace
    Bang Pa-In Palace

    Close to Ayutthaya and Bangkok, Bang Pa-In Palace rests along the Chao Praya River. This summer palace of Thailand's kings dates back to the 1600s – before Bangkok was established as Thailand's capital. While the buildings were not used for a long period, the complex was revived by King Mongkut, or Rama IV, in the 1800s. 

    Best Time To Visit

    It is best to see the palace and its grounds from November through January when it is not as rainy or humid.


    You Should Know

    Within the inner complex of the palace is a building built by the Chinese and gifted to Thailand's King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) in 1889. You must take your shoes off before you can enter and visit the building. The interior is lacquered in ebony and red. The Varobhas Birmarn residence sits just outside the inner palace. Three rooms are featured for public view – a formal throne room, a sitting room, and a state dining room. To gain access to the building visitors must be properly dressed. Women must wear skirts and men must wear slacks – not shorts.
  • Uthai Thani
    Uthai Thani

    Uthai Thani is located on the Sakae Krang River, a short distance upstream from the Chao Phraya River. Stopping in Uthai Thani serves as a nice introduction to northern Thailand as you continue to move farther north in the country. Popular sites include the local market and the magnificent Wat Tasung, a Buddhist meditation center.

    Best Time To Visit

    Because Uthai Thani is home to nature preserves and outdoor activities, it is best to see the town and province from November through January, a time of the year when it rains less.


    You Should Know

    Wat Tasung, the Glass Temple, is known for its hall of glasses. The tropical forest preserve of the Huai Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary is home to tigers.
  • Chiang Mai
    Chiang Mai

    If you choose to extend your trip farther north, you will want to visit the city of Chiang Mai, which is located accessed from the Chao Phraya River through the connecting stream of the Ping River system. Chiang Mai is the largest city in northern Thailand as well as the capital of the Chiang Mai province. The city serves as a home to hundreds of Buddhist temples.

    Best Time To Visit

    Set your sights for seeing Chiang Mai in November through January when the weather is fairer for traveling.


    You Should Know

    Chiang Mai was founded in 1296. At that time, it was the capital of the Lanna Kingdom and remained so until 1558. The Old City is a historical center that is the base for famous Buddhist temples, such as Wat Phra Singh, which was built in the 1300s, and Wat Chedi Luang, which was constructed in the 15th century. Both temples feature ornately carved red serpents. Climb the 306 steps to the golden Chedi of the most famous temple in Chiang Mai, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep. You can also get to the top of the temple by taking a lift. This is the ideal spot to view Chiang Mai and the surrounding area.
  • The Grand Palace in Bangkok
    The Grand Palace in Bangkok

    If you do not visit any other Bangkok attraction, you need to, at least, see the Grand Palace if this is your first river cruise and trip to Thailand. The Grand Palace represents a complex of buildings that are situated in the middle of Bangkok. An official residence of royalty since 1782, the structure was used by the royal government and king until 1925. 

    Best Time To Visit

    If you want to explore the palace with fewer crowds, try to pay a visit early in the morning. 


    You Should Know

    What you pay to get into the Grand Palace can also help you gain entry to the Bang Pa-In Palace in Ayutthaya, Thailand, and the Sanam Chandra Palace in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand. You can also use your ticket to see the Samakhom Throne Hall in Bangkok.
  • Wat Pho – Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Bangkok)
    Wat Pho – Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Bangkok)

    Before you set out on your River Kwai adventure, you also want to see Wat Pho if you have time. The Buddhist temple is located south of the Grand Palace on Rattanakosin Island. The temple's official moniker is Wat Phra Chetuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Rajwaramahawihan. It is also referred to as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha.

    Best Time To Visit

    To truly appreciate Wat Pho, it is best to get up really early and visit the temple around 5:30 a.m. You will get ahead of the crowds and can enjoy the temple at a quiet hour.


    You Should Know

    Wat Pho is considered one of the top Buddhist temples in Thailand. The complex features the most pagodas in Thailand – 99 to be exact. The temple is the oldest and biggest Buddhist temple in Bangkok. The temple is home to Thailand's largest Buddha as well as the country's largest reclining Buddha.
  • Phra Pathom Chedi
    Phra Pathom Chedi

    On your way to see the sights of Kanchanaburi, you will usually stop off to visit the Phra Pathom Chedi in the town of Nakhon Pathom, an important temple and stupa in Thailand. Stupas hold the remains or feature the relics of the people who have been enlightened by Buddhism.

    Best Time To Visit

    Visits during November through March mean you can enjoy your travels with less humidity and oppressive heat.


    You Should Know

    The structure is recognized as the world's tallest stupa or chedi. It towers just over 415 feet from the base to the top of its orange roof. The attraction marks the place where Buddhism was first introduced to the Thai people.
  • Bridge on the River Kwai - Kanchanaburi
    Bridge on the River Kwai - Kanchanaburi

    Also known as the Death Railway Bridge, the Bridge on the River Kwai is the most popular historical landmark in Kanchanaburi. The bridge was built by U.S., Dutch, Australian, and British POWs during the Second World War, and is part of the Thai-Burmese Railway.

    Best Time To Visit

    Visit the attraction from November to March when the humidity and temperatures tend to be more agreeable.


    You Should Know

    The site marks the spot where scores of prisoners of war died because of the horrific conditions they endured building the Thai-Burmese railway. You can ride a train across the bridge, which still has some of the former railway intact. Vendors have set up market stalls around the attraction selling local foods and souvenirs.
  • Thailand Burma Railway Center/Kanchanaburi War Cemetery
    Thailand Burma Railway Center/Kanchanaburi War Cemetery

    You can get more insights about the construction of the Bridge over the River Kwai by visiting the Thailand Burma Railway Center and the adjacent Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. After visiting the exhibits at the center, take a walk through the well-manicured Kanchanaburi War Cemetery.

    Best Time To Visit

    Schedule a trip from November to March when the climate is better for traveling.


    You Should Know

    The railway center and museum feature artifacts, videos, personal accounts, and photos related to the building of the Death Railway. Also called the Don-Rak War Cemetery, the Kanchanaburi Cemetery serves as the final resting ground for 7,000 Dutch, Australian, and British POWs who died during the building of the Death Railway. The number represents only a fraction of the men who died toiling under harsh and unbearable conditions.
  • Hellfire Pass and Memorial Museum
    Hellfire Pass and Memorial Museum

    Hellfire Pass represents a 1,640-foot portion of rock dug out manually be POWs to pave the trail for the Death Railway. Today, you can walk the old railway track into the rainforest and visit a museum that commemorates those who died during the digging operation. 

    Best Time To Visit

    Plan your journey from November to March to beat higher temperatures or increased humidity.


    You Should Know

    The museum was set up by the Australian government to honor allied POWs. The wearing of headsets is highly recommended for using multimedia exhibits. It takes about two to three hours of walking through the rainforest to get to the museum, so you don't want to go during the rainy season (from July to October).
  • Erawan National Park
    Erawan National Park

    After visiting the sobering attractions of the Kwai River bridge and Hell Fire Pass, you will be ready to find some solace in a natural preserve, such as Erawan National Park. The green and lush jungle park is home to Erawan Water Falls and features an abundance of interesting plants and animals.


    Since you will be hiking on varied terrains, it is best to visit the park during November of December. At that time the humidity is not as severe and you don't have to worry about the wet weather that dominates the area from July to October.  



    The seven-tiered Erawan Falls is set against a backdrop of jungle greenery and limestone rocks. You can hike up to the top of the falls while enjoying the shade. Some of the animals in the park include cobras, gibbon monkeys, and elephants. If you have extra time, visit the Tham Phra That Cave. Four caverns in the cave show off stalagmites and stalactites.

Thailand River Cruise Packages

  • Getting There

    To begin a Thailand river cruise, most travelers will arrive in Bangkok, the country's bustling capital. This city is well-connected by air with international flights from around the world, making it a convenient starting point. Once in Bangkok, the main port for river cruises is easily accessible. It's typically located along the Chao Phraya River, which runs through the city. Cruise-goers can get to the port via taxi, tuk-tuk, or a quick ride on the BTS Skytrain to the nearest station, followed by a short walk or shuttle service provided by the cruise company. The port serves as a gateway to the wonders of Thailand, with ships ready to set sail on a scenic route past temples, markets, and traditional Thai communities.

  • Immerse Yourself in the Culture of Thailand

    Thailand's culture is a tapestry of traditions and customs. Respect is the core, with the 'wai' greeting—a bow with palms pressed together—being a common sight. Remove your shoes before entering someone's home or a temple, and always dress modestly in religious sites. Festivals are the heartbeat of Thai culture, with the water festival Songkran in April and the enchanting Loy Krathong in November, where rivers gleam with floating lanterns. The Thai New Year, or Songkran, is especially vibrant, featuring joyful water-throwing as a symbol of cleansing and renewal. Engaging with these customs and festivities allows travelers to truly connect with the warm and welcoming spirit of Thailand.

  • Experience the Flavors of Thailand on a River Cruise

    Thailand's cuisine is a feast for the senses, blending spicy, sour, sweet, and salty flavors. On a river cruise, you'll have the chance to sample a variety of Thai dishes. Classic Pad Thai, with its stir-fried noodles, is a must-try, as well as spicy Tom Yum soup, rich in flavor with shrimp, lemongrass, and herbs. For something milder, Massaman curry offers a deliciously smooth taste with a mix of Indian and Malay influences.

    Don't miss the opportunity to try street food in Bangkok, where vendors serve up fresh, flavorful dishes like Som Tam (spicy green papaya salad) or succulent Satay skewers with peanut sauce. Many cruises offer onboard dining featuring local cuisine and may even host market tours where you can pick ingredients for a cooking class.

    For a unique dining experience, look for riverside restaurants in Ayutthaya and Sukhothai offering traditional Thai dishes with views of the ancient ruins. And for a refreshing drink to cool down, nothing beats coconut water straight from the shell or a chilled local beer as you take in the riverside sights. These culinary experiences are integral to the adventure, giving you a taste of Thailand's rich and varied food culture.

  • The Perfect Time for a Thailand River Cruise

    Thailand's tropical climate, which divides the year into three distinct seasons, offers varied experiences for river cruising. The cool season, from November to February, is considered the best time for river cruising in Thailand. During these months, the weather is delightful, with warm days and cooler evenings, and minimal rainfall, making it ideal for enjoying the views and attractions from the deck of a river cruise. However, this is also the peak tourist season, so those opting for river cruising during this time should anticipate more company, albeit with the added excitement of vibrant cultural festivals.

    The hot season, spanning from March to May, brings higher temperatures, with the mercury often soaring. This period is less crowded, offering a chance for river cruisers to enjoy lower prices and fewer tourists. However, the intense heat, especially during midday, can be a factor to consider when planning river cruising during these months.

    Lastly, the rainy season, which extends from June to October, is characterized by heavy showers. Despite this, it also brings lush, verdant landscapes and fewer tourists, making it an appealing time for river cruising in Thailand. The rain typically comes in short bursts, allowing river cruising activities to continue. The landscape during this season is particularly picturesque, offering a unique backdrop for river cruising. For those who don't mind occasional rain, the rainy season can be a cost-effective and tranquil time for river cruising in Thailand, providing a different but equally enriching experience.

  • Why Book a River Cruise in Thailand?

    Booking a river cruise in Thailand offers a unique vantage point to experience the country's lush landscapes and cultural landmarks that you just can't get from land-based travel. Cruises provide great value for money, bundling accommodation, transportation, and sightseeing in one convenient package. On a cruise, every day brings a new view right to your window, from the dynamic cityscapes of Bangkok to the ancient ruins of Ayutthaya, without the hassle of repacking or transferring hotels. Plus, cruising gives you the opportunity to visit places that might be difficult to access by road. The ease of travel is a significant perk, allowing for a stress-free holiday where you can lounge on the deck, dine on fresh local cuisine, and dock to explore without ever worrying about logistics. In addition, some cruises offer exclusive experiences, such as private tours of temples or after-hours access to museums, adding a sense of exclusivity to your trip. For those looking to dive deep into Thailand's culture and scenery while enjoying the comforts of modern travel, a river cruise is an excellent choice.

  • Ready to Book Your Thailand River Cruise?

    A Thailand river cruise is your ticket to an unforgettable adventure. It's a journey that promises a blend of relaxation and discovery, connecting you with the heart of Thai culture. From the historical splendors of ancient temples to the lively buzz of Bangkok's markets, each day brings new sights and experiences. Savor the local cuisine, immerse yourself in vibrant festivals, and let the beauty of Thailand's landscapes unfold before you. With comfortable accommodations and the ease of travel from port to port, a river cruise in Thailand is both convenient and captivating.

    Don't just dream about it—book your Thailand river cruise today and turn those dreams into reality. Embrace the journey, the joy, and the endless memories waiting to be made.

Thailand River Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Are Thailand River Cruises?

    Thailand river cruises generally last from four to seven days, if you go on an inland trip, or they can feature travel to other countries, such as South Vietnam, Laos, and/or Cambodia. If you take a river cruise along the Mekong River, you will usually start in Bangkok and travel to other countries. Chao Phraya river cruises or Kwai River cruises generally cover the country of Thailand.

  • What’s Included on Thai River Cruises?

    While you can buy all-inclusive Thai river cruises that travel out of Bangkok and lead to other South East Asian ports, you can also customize your river cruise experience and travel solely in Thailand. Both river cruise offerings provide all meals, luxury accommodations, and Wi-Fi.

  • What are Kwai River Cruises?

    The Kwai River is located in western Thailand. Therefore, this river cruise mainly focuses on visiting sites in the departure city of Bangkok and exploring the sites of Kanchanaburi. Most of the sites in Kanchanaburi are related to historic World War II activities. 

  • What’s Included on Kwai River Cruises?

    If you purchase an all-inclusive river cruise, you will get all your meals free, including beverages, such as coffee, tea, beer, or wine. Enjoy valet and butler services as well. Wi-Fi and Internet access are generally featured, and you can choose from guided or escorted tour options. 

  • How Much Do Thailand River Cruises Cost?

    If you customize your river cruise experience, the journey can become quite pricey, especially if you want to see remote villages or ports on your trip. Expect to pay $11,000 per person to as much as $30,000 per person, depending on when you travel. If you wish to take a pre-packaged, all-inclusive tour that covers other cities and countries, such as Saigon, Vietnam or Luang Prabang, Laos, the price is about one-fifth that amount or around $6,000 per person.

  • What’s the Best River Cruise for a Thai River Cruise?

    If you take a Kwai River cruise or choose to sail on the Chao Phraya River, you need to contact a river cruise company that offers customized travel, Avalon Waterways is the best choice for journeying inside and outside of Thailand. Get the best river cruise for your money by choosing to go during a drier time of the year, such as November. Even if you have to pay more, you will have a better opportunity to see the sights and attractions and take part in more activities.

  • How Much Do Kwai River Cruises Cost?

    Because Kwai River cruises are more specialized, you will spend more money than what you would spend on packages on river cruise lines, such as Viking River Cruises or Avalon Waterways. For example, if you share a cabin with someone and go during a more preferable time, such as November, you will usually spend around $48,000 per person when you share a cabin on a river cruise trip of 4 days.

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