Loy Nava Dinner Cruises ,Curise Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand

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Loy Nava Dinner Cruises

Loy Nava Dinner Cruises


Address : 37 Charoen Nakorn Road, Klongsan
Loy Nava Dinner Cruises
Loy Nava Dinner Cruises Property Highlight :

Loy Nava Dinner Cruises

Enjoy a luxurious dinner on an antique rice barge while seeing the historical landmarks along the River of Kings in Bangkok, Thailand.

The River of Kings. Drifting along the most historic section of the Chao Phraya River you pass en route such magnificent landmarks as the Temple of Dawn, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Grand Palace and the display of the royal barges. You will see some of the oldest buildings in Bangkok, including some dating to the earliest Portuguese settlements in the capital. Experience the bustle of river traffic and commerce in this vital artery that separates the old capital from the new.

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Loy Nava Dinner Cruises Rates :
Loy Nava Dinner Cruises, Cruise, Bangkok        | Exchange Rates |
  All rates in Thai Baht
  Tour
Special Price Per Person
1 Sep 08 -
31 Oct 09
N/A
  Dinner Cruise Adult
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1,350
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  Dinner Cruise Child
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1,000
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   Remark:
  • Special rates are Per Person nett in Thai Baht.
  • The above rates are applicable only if booked through Cruise-Thailand.com website (special rates) and are not available at the hotel.
  • 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

Loy Nava Dinner Cruises Facilities :

The Rice Barge. Our boat, the Tahsaneeya Nava, named for the beautiful riverine vistas that are encountered, is constructed of solid hand-carved and polished golden teak, having been built at a time when such raw materials were abundant in Thailand. Loy Nava is committed to supporting traditional Thai culture and crafts. Our roof alone is constructed from over one hundred thousand hand-split and woven bamboo skins. Priceless teakwood carvings and flowers from every part of Thailand adorn our boat and a myriad of twinkling lights illuminates the outline of our vessel.

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Service. Guests are welcomed aboard the Tahsaneeya Nava by one of our traditionally attired hostesses with a rose-water sprinkling ceremony. Scented cool towels are offered to our guests to refresh themselves. During our candle-lit romantic and sedate cruise along the Chao Phraya River, traditional kim music (Thai xylophone) is played gently in the background. Several non-intrusive short sets of Thai classical dancing are interspersed through the meal. Our boat is noted for its floral appearance, featuring fresh and cut flowers from all over Thailand. Safety on board is of major importance. Our safety equipment is inspected and maintained regularly, and a life jacket is provided under every seat. We have an unblemished thirtyfive-year safety record.

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Traditional Local Cuisine. Enjoy the subtle spices of our superlative range of traditional Thai dishes, using only the freshest top-quality products, on any of our 6-course Thai Traditional, Thai Seafood or Thai Vegetarian set menus. Each menu is carefully designed to satisfy all palates, drawing upon dishes from each of Thailand's distinct gastronomic regions - the North, the Northeast (Isaan), the South and the Central Plains. Guests are provided with a description of the dishes and the regions from which they originate.

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A Thai dining experience. The evening commences with a delicious assortment of hot and cold canapés, which can be savored with one of our appetite-whetting aperitifs or cocktails. A select range of red, white and rosé wines is available to accompany your main meal, as well as our judiciously chosen house wine (by the glass or carafe). A delightful platter of traditional Thai desserts and fresh fruit round off your meal, followed by coffee or tea. A digestif and a choice of Havana cigars may be selected from our after-dinner drinks trolley to complete this unforgettable Thai dining experience. Contact us to make a reservation.

A luxury rice barge journey into Thai culture and the Thai heart. Five star dining, traditional culture and touring, on the only antique teakwood rice barge on the river in Bangkok. Experience first-class Thai hospitality and delicious food from around Thailand in the comfort and tranquility of this luxury, open-air cruise.

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Restaurant :

The Elegant Taste of Loy Nava

Choose from Thai Traditional, Thai Seafood or Thai Vegetarian set menus

Thai Traditional Menu
Thai Seafood Menu
Thai Vegetarian Menu

Hors D'oeuvres:
Moo Sat-ay (Pork Satay)
Kao Gree-ab (Rice Chips)
Pak Dip (Crudites)
Too-ah (Roasted Nuts)

Soup:
Dtom Yam Goong (Hot and Spicy Shrimp)/Soup Pak (Vegetable Soup)

Entrees:
Gaeng Massaman Neu-ah (Southern Beef Curry)
Gaeng Kee-aow Wahn Kai (Chicken Green Curry)
Gai Hor Bai Toey (Marinated Chicken in Pandanus Leaves)
Tord Man Moo (Deep Fried Pork Cakes)
Pat Pak Roo-am Mitr (Stir Fried Vegetables)
Kao Horm Malee (Steamed Jasmine Rice)

Dessert:
Khanom Thai (Thai Classical Desserts)
Pollamai (Tropical Fresh Fruits)
Coffee or Tea

Hors D'oeuvres:
Hoy Jor (Crab Cake Roll)
Pak Dip (Crudites)
Kao Gree-ab (Rice Chips)
Too-ah (Roasted Nuts)

Soup:
Dtom Yam Goong (Hot & Spicy Shrimp Soup)

Entrees:
Goong Gap Hoy Malaeng Poo Pow (Grilled Prawns & Mussels)
Pla Kapong Neung Manaow (Lemon Steamed Snapper)
Tord Man Goong (Deep Fried Shrimp Cakes)
Pla Meuk Preeaow Wahn (Sweet and Sour Squid)
Pat Pak Roo-am Mitr (Stir Fried Vegetables in
Oyster Sauce)
Kao Horm Malee (Steamed Jasmine Rice)

Dessert:
Khanom Thai (Thai Classical Desserts)
Pollamai (Tropical Fresh Fruits)
Coffee or Tea)

(no animal products used)

Hors D'oeuvres:
Por Pia Tord Jae (Spring Rolls with Two Sauces)
Yam Woon Sen (Glass Noodle Salad)
Pak Dip (Crudites)
Too-ah (Roasted Nuts)

Soup:
Soup Pak (Vegetable Soup)

Entrees:
Gaeng Kee-aow Wahn (Green Curry)
Gaeng Leuang Pak (Vegetable Yellow Curry)
Pat Pak Roo-am Mitr (Fried Mixed Vegetables)
Lahb Mang Sa-wee-rat (Spicy Northeastern Vegetable Protein with Mint Leaves)
Mang Sa-wee-rat Pat Kapraow (Vegetable Protein Stir-fried in Basil)
Kao Horm Malee (Steamed Jasmine Rice)

Dessert:
Khanom Thai (Thai Classical Desserts)
Ponlamai (Tropical Fresh Fruits)
Coffee or Tea

Overview :

The Grand Palace/Temple of the Emerald Buddha. The most visited site in Thailand, the Grand Palace, with over 100 buildings on a site of almost one square mile, covers the architectural and cultural history of the country, since the time of the founding of Bangkok in 1782. It remains the preeminent symbol of the monarchy and is used for many royal ceremonies. The Emerald Buddha, revered as a symbol of Buddhism, is believed to have originated in India or Sri Lanka 2000 years ago and having followed a path through Cambodia, Northern Thailand and Laos was taken in a convoy of 200 boats by King Taksin to the new capital at Thonburi, where it rested in Wat Arun, prior to being transferred across river, upon the establishment of Bangkok as the capital.

The Grand Palace/Temple of the Emerald Buddha

The Oriental Hotel. Regularly voted the "world s best hotel", the premises have undergone radical expansion in the past 20 years. There has been a hotel on this site since 1865. The European style building was constructed by H.N. Andersen in 1884. The hotel has served as a temporary home for numerous famous writers including Somerset Maugham and Joseph Conrad. The shadow sometimes cast upon the hotel comes from its towering competitor on the other side of the river - The Peninsula Hotel of Hong Kong fame.

The Oriental Hotel

Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn). There had been a Chinese temple on this site during the Ayuthaya period called Wat Cheng. The temple served as the royal chapel during the reign of KingTaksin. King Rama II designed the current wat, which was not finished, due to the problems of building on the soft soil until the time of King Rama III. It is named after the Indian god of dawn, Aruna, andrepresents Mount Neru - the center of the universe. The four smaller towers around its base symbolize the worlds oceans, and the four pavilions symbolize the four winds. The decoration, as with many of the older wats in Bangkok, comes from broken glass and ceramics used as ballast on Chinese merchant vessels coming to Thailand.

Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn)

The Royal Barges. Used on special royal occasions, the boathouse has eight unique royal barge son display. Each boat is hand crafted from a single piece of teak and decorated with gold, shimmering piecesofglass and creatures from mythology. Up to fifty oarsmen row each barge wearing period uniforms when the boats are in use, and this rare and spectacular event is televised nationally in Thailand.

The Royal Barges

Loy Nava Dinner Cruises Location and Map :

How to find the boat

1. Complimentary Pick-up/Drop-Off Service

Should you wish to avail of our free pick-up/drop-off service (operating on most of the main centrally located hotel routes on the Bangkok side of the river, excluding Chinatown and Khao San Road/Banglamphu area due to the one-way traffic system), please let us know in advance.

Please wait in the lobby of your hotel for our bus driver, where you will be paged by the bellboy. As most people are aware, traffic conditions in Bangkok vary considerably from day to day, so our pick-up time is approximate.

Should our bus experience major delays, we will endeavour to contact you at the hotel.


2. If you wish to get to the boat on your own:

Take a taxi or other transport to the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel. Facing the hotel from the street, go to the small lane immediately to the left of the hotel, where you will see the "Si Phraya Express Boat Pier". The Loy Nava Dinner Cruise boat departs from here.

Loy Nava Dinner Cruises's map

3. Departing from other piers

Guests can also be picked up directly at the pier of the Peninsula Hotel.
Guests coming from The Marriott Resort & Spa can take the hotel shuttle boat to Taksin Bridge "Hotel Shuttle Boat Pier", where our boat will pick up.

As both of these points are secondary stops for our boat, pick-up time is approximate, depending on the arrival time of guests at our primary pick-up pier - Si Phaya Expressboat Pier

Loy Nava Dinner Cruises : Departure 6.00pm and 8.10pm

 

 

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