Get on a boat cruise to a major riverside landmark, the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), which is one of Bangkok’s earliest temples. It is beautifully decorated with porcelain from China and then back to boat cruise to The National Museum of Royal Barge.
“One of the most beautiful ceremony you will ever see floating in the river is The Royal Barge Procession which amazing royal barges glide along Chao Phraya river.” Each barge is taken care of very carefully by the Fine Arts Department under supervision of the Bureau of the Royal Household and royal navy. In normal days, the royal barges are kept in National Museum of Royal Barges.
The National Museum of Royal Barges in Bangkok is a former royal cradle for royal barges. The Fine Arts department registered every barge as national heritage and appointed the cradle to National Museum of Royal Barges Bangkok in 1974.
After that cruise for lunch at local restaurant.
9:00am – Assemble at Hotel Lobby
9:15am – Depart Pier
9:35am – Visit and Tour Wat Arun
10:40am – Visit and Tour Royal Barge Museum
11:30am – Board Boat To Transfer to Lunch
12:00pm – Lunch
1:30pm – Arrive Back At Hotel
What To Bring:
- Spending Money (In Case Of Souvenir Purchase)