Bangkok Bliss: Anantara Launches Anantara River Cruises

Anantara wants guests to explore Bangkok's aquatic side with the launch of Anantara Cruises. We hear two 100-year-old rice barges, Anantara Song and Anantara Dream, have been painstakingly rebuilt from teak and restored to modern day splendor to take guests throughout Thailand's waterways, notably Bangkok's Chao Phraya River.

Guests in search of ancient Thai experiences can joint a two-night, three-day Ayutthaya Adventure accommodating up to four couples on the Anantara Song, or reserve it for private charter. We love the feel of this vessel (think warm teak, pad and mahogany woods, complimented by custom made furniture covered with Thai silks and cottons). On the upper deck, an expansive lounge and dining area with a full bar sets the scene for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

Alternatively, the Anantara Dream can be reserved for a two-night, three-day Ayutthaya Thousand Golden Temples or Ang Thong Mystic River Tour. This exclusive vessel offers living space for up to two couples and the staterooms are air conditioned with tiled ensuite bathrooms. Beyond this, the Dream voyages offer experiences such as private cooking classes, a spa, onboard yoga retreat, Thai wine tasting gclass and more.

For more information visit bangkok-cruises.anantara.com.
 

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