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Mekhala Cruise   
Ayuttahaya Overnight Cruise Journey on the River of Kings, Chaophrya River in Bangkok Thailand.
Mekhala Cruise Ayutthaya Overnight Cruise with Mekhala Cruise to Ayutthaya is a fine way to a touch of Thai live typical of both Chaophrya river bank, you can plan to Journey with Mekhala Cruise from ayutthaya to Bangkok by Air- conditioned transfer for travel in Ayutthaya .

Mekhala river cruise  For centuries, The River of Kings has been the lifeblood of Thailand, carrying with it the history and culture of this proud nation. Flowing down from the fertile central plains for almost 400 kilometres, this birthplace of Thai civilization connects the ancient Siamese capital Ayuthaya with the modern capital Bangkok, where it remains an essential artery in the region’s economic life.Beautifully crafted
 

Mekhala Cruise is a collection of three restored rice barges that provide the setting for daily journeys between Bangkok and Ayuthaya, retracing the paths of former royal processions. Their journey is a fascinating insight into how life on the river has changed over this time.The magic of this voyage is its unhurried pace that captures the subtle colours and moods of life on the river over a 24-hour period. A couple of hours into the journey, the bustle of the city is replaced by the tranquillity of the countryside. Along densely wooded river banks, tin and timber homes nestle in the hyacinth-clogged shallows housing families whose lives are still bound by the ancient Along densely wooded river banks, tin and timber homes nestle in the hyacinth-clogged shallows housing families whose lives are still bound by the ancient waterway.
About of MEKHALA CRUISE ; Mekhala Cruise, Twenty meters long and constructed from huge teak planks, the hundred year-old work horses have been transformed into elegant floating hotels. With capacities of 6, 6 and 9 immaculately appointed, air-conditioned double bed cabins with private western style bathrooms. In addition they feature:
- Modern safety equipment and lifejackets. - Thai style designs with western comforts. - A deck for sunbathing or lounging . - Audio entertainment, a library, a host of indoor games and a telephone. - A fully-stocked bar.
* Bangkok Cruise Pier : Wat Yanaya    * Ayutthaya Cruise Pier : Bang Pa-In Pier.

Mekhala Cruise Bangkok - Daily Departure from Bangkok to Ayutthaya and from Ayutthaya to Bangkok.

                    Program Up ( Boat - Van )      
                              Daily departure at 14:00 Hrs.

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Bangkok- Mekhala (Dinner) Start cruising up the Chao Phraya River with spectacular views of the Grand Palace and the Temple of Dawn . Just after the sunset, the Mekhala docks at Wat Kai Tia, a Thai temple set in a tranquil rural village. An exquisite candlelit dinner of mouth-watering Thai cuisine is served on the deck. Overnight on board in your air-conditioned cabin.

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Mekhala - Ayuthaya - Bangkok (Breakfast, Lunch) Mekhala - Ayuthaya - Bangkok (Breakfast, Lunch) A delicious breakfast is served on board. About 10.00 hrs. Arrival Bang Pa-in Pier , and  visit Bang-Pa-In where your guide will take you to visit the Summer Palace . Continue to the ancient capital of Ayuthaya . After lunch at a local restaurant, visit the idyllic ruins of the once glorious capital destroyed by the Burmese. In the late afternoon return back from Ayutthaya to Bangkok , and Direct to your hotel

 
 Program Down ( Van - Boat )
 Daily departure at 08:00 Hrs.

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Bangkok  Ayuthaya  Mekhala (Lunch, Dinner) 
Depart from your hotel around 8 a.m. and travel by minibus to Ayuthaya ( Thai Old Capital ). Upon arrival, visit the archeological site of the once glorious capital destroyed by the Burmese ( Wat Yai Chaiya Mongkol , Wat phrasrisanphet, Wat phramongkol Bopitr etc. and then take you for  Lunch at a local restaurant and then travel to Bang-Pa-In our Van to explore the Summer Palace . After this visit, your guide will drop you off to board the Mekhala. (at Bang Pa In Pier.) Cruise down the Chao Phraya River to Wat Kai Tia for a candlelit dinner. Overnight on board in your air-conditioned cabin.

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Mekhala  Bangkok Breakfast)
 
After a delicious breakfast on board, cruise down the river to Bangkok , passing spectacular views of the Grand Palace and the Temple of Dawn . Arrive late morning in Bangkok .
 

Mekhala Cruise Bangkok,Discoveries of the Thai Ways of Life and a Charming Community The Chao Phraya River or the River of Kings has played a vital role in shaping the history of Thailand for centuries. It has served as a source of life for the count

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Mekhala Cruise Bangkok 's Room ,Discoveries of the Thai Ways of Life and a Charming Community The Chao Phraya River or the River of Kings has played a vital role in shaping the history of Thailand for centuries. It has served as a source of life for

 CHAOPHRAYA RIVER BANGKOK THAILAND ; It Graceful snake from the north to central region, ending in Bangkok where it enters the Gulf of
Thailand. The Choaphraya River is 370 kilometers long and approximately 150e wide 15 meters deep. Traces of the early Rattanakosin Period such as architecture and traditional way of life , Buddhist Temples , can still the found in areas along the River , largely Hidden to those Who travel by land.
SPLENDORS OF CHAOPHRAYA RIVER IN BANGKOK .
Palace & Temple
In the early days, the Chaophraya River was used as a major communication, transportation, and commercial artery, Owing to the conveniences it offered, many people settled by the river, Temples (Or wat in Thai) sacred places of warship, were also built on the river banks On the Chaop Phraya River, you can hardly miss the
Grand Palace
With European in spired designs (except for the roof), the Grand Palace is nowadays used only for important occasions such as coronations, royal birthdays, and the reception of foreign dignitaries, The Grand Palace is the pre-eminent symbol of monarchy in Thailand. A world famous landmark and one of the mast photographed places in Thailand is also found on the banks of the Chao Phraya River
Wat Arun or the Temple of Dawn
On the west side of the river, It is best known for its sparking porcelain-studded central pagoda (Phra Prang). Dating from the pagoda (Phra Prang). Dating from the Ayutthaya Period, the temple served as the royal chapel during the Thonburi reign of King Taksin. Another magnificent edifice on the Chao Phraya River is
Wat kanlayanamit
The massive temple is close to the river on the Thonburi side, This is a mid-nineteenth century temple and one of the most prominent temples along the Chao Phraya River,
HERITAGE RESCIDENCES 
Bangkhunphrom Palace is a western style palace by the chao phraya River Combining Renaissance and Rococo art, this palace is renowned for its elegance, architectural and artistic qualities, The palace is now a part of the Bank of Thailand,
Thewawet Palace
And its riverside pavilion is under the care of the Bank of Thailand Museum.
Set on the banks of the Chao Phraya River in the heart of Old Bangkok,
Chakrabongse Villas
Consists of three private apartments set in the luxuriant gardens of chakrabongse House, Within this tranquil location, visitors can escape from the hostile and bustle of modern-day Bangkok.
Commerce
As the Chao Phraya River, in the olden days, was also the centre for trading, it is not surprising that there were commercial zones of multicultural diversity, Around the corner is a community of Indo-Thai Muslims called theWhite Mosque and Red Mosque
Thai-Chinese communities can be seen throughout the country. Most of them were bustling commercial districts such as
Yaowarat
On Bangkok side and Huay Jung Long, a busy steam boat pier since the fourth reign, on Thonburi side,
Talad Noi
Has been in existence since the city’s early history, it is a buzzing and colouful market enriched with wetern architecture such as Siam Commercial Bank Building and the Holy Rosary Church.
Commercial bank
The first commercial bank of Thailand is located on the river bank, it was designed by Annibale Rigotti, an ltalian architect, This beautiful building constructed beteen 1606 and 1910. Open weekdays, 08.30 – 17.00 hrs. Admission is free.
The Holy Rosary Church
Located on the bank of Chao Phraya River, is one of the oldest Catholic Church in Bangkok, It is more widely known by ist older name Wat kalawar.
RIVER OF SIAM , Mekhala cruise bangkok
The Chao Phraya River plays many roles in Thai life and in fact it is regarded as the principle artery of the nation. Much of Thai history can be traced along the banks of the Chao Phraya River. As if flows, the river carries with it the history and culture of the country.
Crafted centuries ago since the first reign, the royal barges were for important royal or religious accession, Each garge is carved from a huge piece of teak with prows carved into mythical creatures of the Ramayana epic. They are gilded in gold and intricately decorated with tiny shimmering pieces of glass, Today, the country’s most stunning royal barges can be viewed at the
Royal Barges National Museum.
The Memorial Bridge is a double-leaf bascule steel structure, it was built at the behest of king Rama Vill on the occasion of the city’s 150th anniversary, On the Bangkok side is a bronze
Monument of King Rama I the Great
In front is a concrete wall with a marble plaque bearing the legend, “pathom Boromma ratcha chakri Wong” (Founder of the Chakri Dynasty) together with a carved depiction of elephants.
RIVER OF LIVE with Mekhala River Cruise 
Like a main road’s side streets, the Chao Phraya Rive has canal offshoots, A river is called maenam in Thai and a canal is a klong. Klong Bangkok Noi branches out from the Chaoo Phraya River. It flows in a horse-shoe shape through the old Bangkok Noi Community in the Thonburi area which used to be an agricultural zone. The lifestyle of the community was simple, To this day, it remains unchanged and there are still paces on the canal’s banks where people maintain their traditional lifestyle,  mekhala cruise bangkok,Thailand

Your dinner on Mekkhala Boat

The Beautiful Sunset and Night Time onboard

Mekhala Cruise 's Bed Room

air-conditioned double bed of Mekhala Cruise

 Ayutthaya World Heritage in Thailand
For other places with the same name, see Ayodhya (disambiguation).
Ayutthaya (อยุธยา), full name Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya (พระนครศรีอยุธยา), is an ancient capital and modern city in the Central Plains of Thailand, 85 km north of Bangkok. Founded around 1350, Ayutthaya became the second capital of Siam after Sukhothai. Throughout the centuries, the ideal location between China, India and the Malay Archipelago made Ayutthaya the trading capital of Asia and even the world. By 1700 Ayutthaya had become the largest city in the world with a total of 1 million inhabitants. Many international merchants set sail for Ayutthaya, from diverse regions as the Arab world, China, India, Japan, Portugal, the Netherlands and France. Merchants from Europe proclaimed Ayutthaya as the finest city they had ever seen. Dutch and French maps of the city show grandeur with gold-laden palaces, large ceremonies and a huge float of trading vessels from all over the world. All this came to a quick end when the Burmese invaded Ayutthaya in 1767 and almost completely burnt the city down to the ground. Today, only a few remains might give a glimpse of the impressive city they must have seen. Its remains are characterized by the prang (reliquary towers) and big monasteries. Most of the remains are temples and palaces, as those were the only buildings made of stone at that time. The great cultural value of Ayutthaya’s ruins were officially recognized in 1991, when the Historic City became an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its proximity to Bangkok made it a popular day-trip destinations for travellers from Bangkok.
Ayutthaya is an island at the confluence of three rivers: the Chao Phraya river, the Lopburi river and the Pa Sak river. As the train station is at the east side off the island, most visitors will need to cross the river by ferry boat. Navigating your way around the island is not particularly hard: U Thong Rd is a ring road that circumvents the island completely. Most temple ruins can be found at the north-west of the island, while accommodation and nightlife is clustered around the north-east. As non-Siamese peoples were not allowed to live inside the city walls, the sights from foreign nations can be found outside of the island. 


Mekhala Cruise, will take you to Ayutthaya, Old City and World Heritage of Thailand

fine way to a touch of Thai live typical of both Chaophrya river bank,

Program Up or Down 2010-2011  

Validity

Single

Twin

Child

01 Nov. 2017 - 30 April 2017

17,980

13,980

8,980

1 May. 2017 - 31 Oct 2017  

 15,980

 12,980 

        7,980

  Price includes:
- Meal plan as mentioned in double berth air-conditioned cabin
- Soft drinks, tea and coffee during meals only
- Water, tea and coffee during the cruise
- Entrance fees and guide in Ayuthaya and Bang-Pa-In , Ancient City.
- Private Transfer from Bangkok to Mekhala Pier ( Bangkok Pier ) 
- Private Transfer from Mekhala Cruise Pier and Trip in Ayutthaya To Bangkok.

Remarks; 
- All Rate are net in Baht
- Child Rate : Child under 10 years shares a double room with 2 adults (2 adults + 1 child).
- Infant ( less than 2 years old ) = Free of charge.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  

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Loy Krathong in Bangkok by Mekhala Cruise  
In Bangkok you will never miss a Loy Krathong festival. Popular places for Loy Krathong include Chao Phraya River, Rama IIX Bridge, Santichaiprakan Park on Phra Artit Road, Benjasiri Park or Queen’s Park on Sukhumvit Road, Benjakiti Park on Ratchada Pisek Road and other waterways and universities. These venues tend to have a lot of people and it could be very crowded. Many of the hotel and waterside restaurant offer Loy Krathong dinners and cruises. If you don’t want to go into the crowd,  As the end of the year draws nearer, the more preparations and setting up there are for this festival. Have fun! on other way you can enjoint to Loykratong Night on Thai River Cruise as bellows

 
 Mekhala Cruise “ Loy Krathong ” Dinner Cruise Lighting up the River of Kings An exceptional opportunity for you to experience the Loy Krathong, atmosphere on the Chao Phraya River by  joining the “Mekhala Loy Krathong Dinner Cruise” with departure from Wat Yannawa pier. The Mekhala is one of the few traditional rice barges on the Chao Phraya River without the hustle and bustle of the larger cruise boats, guaranteeing the right atmosphere for;
• A romantic dinner with Your loved one with a candle light Romantic Set up
• A family outing.
• An enjoyable Dinner cruise with friends or for small groups as we accommodate max. 25 guests
The itinerary; cruise up-stream the Chao Phraya River with spectacular views of the Grand Palace and Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn and beyond, before slowly returning to Wat Yannawa.
MEKHALA LOYKRATONG CRUISE PROGRAM : Cruise Trip Duration 3 hours.
19:00 hrs. Check in on board Mekhala at Wat Yannawa Pier next to Saphan Taksin Sky Train.
19:15 hrs. Welcome drink will be served at departure from Wat Yannawa Pier.
19:30 hrs. Dinner cruise with Thai Set fine dining served individually. A romantic cruise along the Chao Phraya River while celebrating the beautiful full moon shine accompanied by the spectacular river-views of the Grand Palace & the Temple of Dawn and the colorful Thai festival atmosphere.
21.00 hrs.   Float a floral Krathong as a thank you to the God‘s of water and love.
22:00 hrs.   Return to Wat Yannawa, end of service.
 
2,700 Baht/ person (available for 22 seats only)
Price includes: Welcome drinks and snacks upon arrival on board, Thai set dinner, drinking water (without gas) and soft drinks during the meal, tea and coffee after the meal, one beer or a glass of wine, a beautiful floral Krathong for every guest, services of qualified crew, group insurance
Price excludes: Land services and transportation, alcoholic beverage
 
 
Mekhala Cruise  " Special Loy Kratong  Dinner Cruise "
Cruising Time 
Hour
Pier
Price/Bht.
Included 
19.15 - 22.00 hrs.  
3 
YNW 
 
- Welcome Loy Krathong drink snacks upon arrival on board.
-Thai set dinner on board
- soft drinks
- One Beer / Glass of Wine
- A beautiful floral Krathong for every guest
- Services of a qualified crew.
 
   


 
 


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