Welcome to Baan Khanitha Cruise,


the not to be missed ultimate dining experience on the ‘River of Kings’ or ‘Chao Phraya River’, brought to you by Baan Khanitha Thai Restaurant, the well-known Thai cuisine with more than 10 Bangkok Best Thai Restaurant Awards.


Converted from an antique rice barge and decorated in Thai Colonial Style during King Rama V period, Baan Khanitha Cruise is a luxurious and elegant dining cruise. The finest freshly cooked authentic Thai cuisine on board and the historic stories of the changing scenic attractions along both sides of the Chao Phraya River make Baan Khanitha Cruise the extremely exquisite cruise dining experience ever..


Capacity :

60 passengers

Dress Code :

Casual Elegance. High heeled shoes are not recommended.

Food :

One Standard Set Dinner.

Beverage :

By a la carte or drinks package.

Pick-up/ Drop-off :

Asiatique Pier at Baan Khanitha by the River.


Itinerary :

19.00: Check-in and register at Baan Khanitha by the River at Asiatique the Riverfront, Charoenkrung Road. Complimentary welcome drink service before boarding.
19.30-21.30 : Board at Asiatique Pier and depart for Rama VIII Bridge.
21.30-22.00: Arrive at Asiatique Pier.

Phone Reservation: Cruise Mobile : +66 (0) 63 474 6857, +66 (0) 63 474 6858

Email Reservation :

Online reservation : and click 'Reservation' on home page



Please make the reservation via this form at least 5 days in advance of your reservation date. Through this reservation system, your reservation will be confirmed by email within 24 hours.

For urgent reservation requests for less than 5 days lead time, please call:
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+66 (0) 63 474 6857
+66 (0) 63 474 6858
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