A dinner cruise on Chao Phraya seems to be one of the most popular things to do in Bangkok. Although it was my third time visiting the city, I never got a chance to take a dinner cruise in Bangkok until I traveled with my boyfriend recently.
After taking the Death Railway route and learning more about World War II history in Kanchanaburi, as well as bungee jumping in Chiang Mai, there were at least two romantic activities that we did in Thailand: strolling around the beach in Hua Hin and finally joining the Royal Princess Dinner Cruise in Bangkok.
We decided to join the dinner cruise as it was our last day in Bangkok before flying out to Indonesia the next day. To be fair, we were quite lucky that we made it to join this cruise, given the idea our first class train from Chiang Mai to Bangkok had a technical problem that we arrived WAY later than scheduled.
In this post, I'm going to share my firsthand experience of the Chao Phraya dinner cruise with Royal Princess in Bangkok. Is it really the most affordable option for a dinner cruise in Bangkok? How was the experience? How was the food? Is it really worth the hype? Here's the complete review of the Royal Princess dinner cruise in Bangkok!…