Benjarong Cruise 3Days 2Nights, Bangkok Cruise, Thailand

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Benjarong Cruise 3Days 2 Nights


Address : 8 Kanjanaphisek Road Kannayao Bangkok 10230 Thailand
Benjarong Cruise 3Days 2Nights
Benjarong Cruise 3Days 2 Nights Property Highlight :

Benjarong Cruise 3Days 2 Nights

Benjarong cruise on three main rivers, Chao Phraya River-Pasak River-Lopburi River

Ayutthaya, the city of Gods incarnated by Benjarong Cruiser, was the capital of Thailand far 417 years. The city was peaceful and its main activity was about the state affair and trading, which made Ayuttha on of the most prosperous cities in Asia. It was know all over the world as "Venice of the East". For over 700 years, the kingdom of Thailand has been a water borne culture and even now the Chao Phraya river is still the nation’s main communication artery.

Benjarong Boat is a river rice barge that has been restored and profusely converted into graces the river as a unique floating hotel on the River of King there is no finer way to veew the captivating way of life that exists on the "River of King" in one simple day. Choose one of the two intriguing Benjarong Boat Cruises available from Bang-Pa-In to Ayutthaya.

Benjarong Boat Pier is located on Bang Pa-In District of Phra Nakhon Si Syutthaya, where in north of Bangkok about 53 kilometers of 30 minute coming by car on Don Muang - Bang Pa In Toll Way.

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Benjarong Cruise 3Days 2 Nights Rates :


Jao Ying Noi Full Day Tour

Jao Ying Noi Full Day Tour / Person
(Unit : Thai Baht)

1 Person
2 persons
3 persons
4-7 persons
Grand Palace, The Emerald Buddha, Canal Tour
Reclining Buddha,Golden Buddha and Flower Market
6,200
3,700
3,200
2,500

River Tour to Ko Kret

8,000
4,500
3,500
3,100

China Town, Mongkon Kamalawat Temple,
River Tour, Khao San Road

6,000
3,700
3,200
2,500

Bang Num Pueng Floating Market,
Bang Krajao (The lung of Bangkok), River Tour.

8,000
4,500
3,500
3,100

Benjarong Cruise Over Night 3Days 2Nights, 8 Kanjanaphisek Road Kannayao Bangkok 10230, Thailand        | Exchange Rates |
  All rates in Thai Baht
  Tour
Cruise Rate
01 May 09 -
31 Oct 09
N/A
  Benjarong Cruise( 3 Day 2 Nights )
Double
39,000
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  Benjarong Cruise ( One Day Trip )
Minimum 4 Pax
7,320
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   Remark:
  • Child 3-10 years old half price.
  • Program up (BKK – Ayutthaya) cruising every Mon & Thu, Program down (Ayutthaya- BKK) cruising every Tue & Fri.
  • Beverage : Charge per consumption to master bill / to clients on board, Alcoholic beverage : Corkage charge at Baht 500 - 1,200 / bottle. Please do not brink Beer on board

Benjarong Boat

Jao Ying Noi Boat

1. One night accommodation in luxurious room/cabin 1. Soft drink & Fruit
2. All meal on boad during 2 days 2.Transportation
3. Thai cooking class 3. Insurance certificate
4. Full ground tour program and guide 4. Tour guide
5. Transfer to visit site 5. Admission fee


Benjarong Cruise 3Days 2 Nights Facilities :


Benjarong 1

Benjarong 1 built upon the original 30-year-old, solid Teak hull, is a 20-meter-long river rice bage that has been restored and profusely converted into graces the river as a unique floating hotel, sun-deck,living,dinning area with bar, Features by the creative style teak wooden 7 cabins for 14 seats 7 private bathroom with air-conditioner and 1 public restroom. Particular info, Width 6.40 meters Depth 5 meters Wet 34.03 Ton Gross.

Benjarong 2

Benjarong 2 built up on th original 25-year-old, solid Teak hull, is a 17.60-meter-long river rice bage that has been restored and profusely converted into graces the river as a unique floating hotel, living area, dinning area and sun-deck upstairs in the abaft section.
Features one air-conditioned bedroom with 2 queen size beds, lady restroom and gentleman restroom abaft section. Paticula info, Width 4.30 meters Depth 2 meters Wet 8.44 Ton Gross.

Overview :

ITINERARY - DAY ONE

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10.00 am Depart from the Chao Phraya River House located opposite the Riverside Hotel. Once on board you ll meet your Jao Ying Noi Cruise steward and the crew who will be looking after you on your lemon-grass scented towels and a chilled fresh fruit cocktail will for you.

10.50 am Arrive at The Temple of Dawn or Wat Arun as it is otherwise known. This is one of the best known temples in Bangkok and dates back to the ancient Ayutthaya period. The tall, elongated central Khmer-style tower is surrounded by four minor towers, which symbolise Mount Meru, the earthly representation of the thirty-three heavens. Here you’ll find pavilions containing statues of the Buddha at the most important stages of life. The beautiful architecture and fine craftsmanship mark Wat Arun as one of the most remarkable temples in Thailand. We’ll stop here for a short guided tour and depart at 11.30 am. There also a chance to have your fortune told here also.

11:50 am Arrive at the Royal Barges National Museum. This is one of Bangkok’s most fascinating sights and something you will not see anywhere else in the world. The museum is home to an incredible collection of gilded and ornately decorated boats with magnificently carved prows. His Majesty the King’s personal barge, Suphannahongse, can be seen here. Built in 1911 to resemble a mythical swan, the boat is 46 meters long and was carved from a single tree. All the barges are unique and incredible works of craftsmanship.

12:45 pm Lunch underway. Enjoy our Thai cuisine prepared by your personal on-board chef. Shortly after your lunch, the Jao Ying Noi Cruise will pass the island of Koh Kret in Nonthaburi Province, an island which was ‘man-made’ in the last 100 years when a canal was built to shorten the journey around a circuitous bend in the river. The island is populated by the Mon people, one of Thailand’s many ethnic minority groups, who use the river’s fine clay to produce earthenware pots.
Spend the afternoon relaxing on board, watching the vignettes of river life unfold as they float by. At 4 pm we’ll serve a traditional English afternoon tea of finger sandwiches, scones and dainties, with a selection of teas.

4:30 pm A quick stop at Wat Pathum Khong Ka to feed the fish – a simple way of gaining merit and good luck. This promotes the Buddhist cycle of life by feeding the fish so they in turn can produce life. Some of these carp fish are giants!

5:30 pm Arrive at Amphoe Pathum Pier, where we will meet the Benjarong Cruise. Relax and freshen up in your private ensuite stateroom and then return to the deck for aperitifs and Thai canapes.

7.30 pm A dinner of Thai traditional dishes will be served. Relax on deck with a glass of wine or digestif, watch the sunset.

8.00 pm Arrive at Piyawan Resort, and then moor for the night. As a dramatic backdrop, a dinner of Thai traditional dishes will be served. Relax on deck with a glass of wine or digestif before retiring to your stateroom for your first night on the river.

ITINERARY - DAY TWO

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7:30 am An early start and chance to make merit with the Monks of Wat Pai Lom and tour the temple. Thai Buddhists believe that by making merit, they earn happiness, peace in life and the chance to progress in their next life. Making merit with the Monks is a wonderfully harmonious way to start the day.

8:00 am We’ll get underway for the ancient Thai capital of Ayutthaya.

9:00 am Freshly prepared continental breakfast is served.
A morning of gentle cruising up the Chao Phraya, through the Thai countryside. Recline on a deck lounger and watch the river life float past.

12.00 am. Learn how to cook Thai food. Time for Thai cooking course!! Enjoy our Thai Cuisine prepared by your personal on-board chef. Spend the afternoon relaxing on board. Thai massage.

1.30 pm. Cruising to Bang Pa-in Royal Summer Palace. Stop at Bang Pa-in pier. Visit Wat Niwet Thamaprawat. King Culalongkron built Niwet Thamaprawat temple on a small island in the Chao Phraya river near Bang Pa-in Palace in 1878. Thaichurch of this temple was provided as mean for transporting people across the river betaween the palace and the temple. We will depart at around.

5.00 pm. Stop at Elephant Kraal Pavilion visit the elephant village impressively watch elephant taking a bath with their mahouts like brothers. You could visit the elephant nursery where is the first place the elephant’s delivered young elephant most in Thailand and where we can watch the sun setting.

7.00 pm. Dinner on board, enjoy the beauteous of both sides of the river with scenes of Architecture by the riversides. Relax and freshen up in your private ensuite. Relax on deck with a glass of wine or digestif before retiring to your stater room for your second night on the river.

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ITINERARY - DAY THREE

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6.15 am. Good morning Chao Phraya River. Join the people in the village in donating food to the monks who pass by. It believes that people who make merits will have happy and peaceful life forever. Guide take a tour around the local Thai village. Enjoy nice scenery and visit the elementary school. You can learn some Thai lessons.

7.45 am. Fresh Breakfast is served.

10.00 am Stop at WAT PHANAN CHOENG; the oldest monastery in town that founded 26 years before the establishment of Ayutthaya as the capital. Its main building enshrines a huge, seated Buddha image called "Phrachao Phanan Choeng" or "Loung Pho To" plus, you can learn a simple way of gaining merits by feeding the fish in the pond here.

11.00 am. Check out, back to Bangkok by minivan. Bon Voyage!!

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