Family Cruise on Chao Phraya River Bangkok

Bangkok (Thailand) - February 18, 2014 - Your child will travel for free when you buy an overnight cruise on the Mekhala on either the 19th or 20th of April, 2014. The package includes a special Easter lunch and transfer between Bangkok, Ayutthaya (Bang Pa In Palace) and more.

The Mekhala is a collection of three elegantly restored, beautifully crafted rice barges. The barges provide the setting for overnight journeys between Bangkok and Ayutthaya – retracing the paths of former royal processions. Your journey on the Mekhala starts in Bangkok and ends in Ayutthaya / Bang Pa-in Summer Palace, or vice versa.

There are only six rooms, promising you an unparalleled sense of intimacy and personalization as you cruise the river of the Kings. Optional tours such as a guided visit to the Summer Palace and to the Ancient City of Ayutthaya, as well as transfer options are available. Our prices include a 1-night / 2-day cruise onboard the Mekhala with a delicious Thai dinner, breakfast and snacks, water, tea and coffee with meals, accommodation based on sharing a double cabin with air-conditioning and private bathroom and the service of a multi-language, well experienced crew.

No charge for one child (under 12) when buying an overnight cruise on the Mekhala

Date: 19 April 2014 (Upstream cruise) and 20 April 2014 (Downstream cruise)

Price: 8,050 Baht/person (Upstream cruise) and 6,450 Baht/person (Downstream cruise)

Price includes:

* Accommodation in a cabin, meals and short tours at a Mon village,

the Holy Rosary church and a village morning market

* Special Easter lunch and gifts

* Transfer by private car between hotels in Bangkok and Ayutthaya (Bang Pa In Palace)

Note: The offer applies for one child per one family (2 paying adults), sharing the room with the adults.

50% off for the second (and third) child in a separate cabin

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7th floor, Nai Lert Tower
2/4 Wireless Road
Bangkok 10330, Thailand

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