The RV River Kwai, the first inland cruise ship in Thailand, is a newly built colonial style river cruiser.
Cruising the River Kwai itself, the RV River Kwai is the perfect way to see parts of Thailand that are otherwise inaccessible.
Number of cabins:
10 cabins, made of teak wood
Where does the ship visit?
Routes going upstream and downstream on the River Kwai, visiting the following points of interest:
- Phra Pathom Chedi,
- Khao Noi Cave Temple,
- Tiger Cave Temple,
- JEATH War Museum,
- Wat Tham Khaopoon,
- Somdet Phra Sri Nakharin Park,
- Prasat Muang
- Singh historical park,
- Kilen Train Station,
- Train to Saphan Tham Krasae,
- Sai Yok Elephant Village,
- Thai traditional massage,
- Moon dance performance,
- Kaeng Lava Cave,
- Hell Fire Pass,
- Sai Yok Yai waterfalls,
- Boarding school for refugee children,
- Make merry with the Buddhist monks,
- Thailand-Burma Railway Centre Museum,
- Donrak War Cemetery,
- And, of course, the infamous Bridge over the River Kwai.
What type of meals do you offer?
Meals are served buffet style
What entertainment is on board the ship?
Every morning and afternoon shore excursions are offered
What is inclusive of the price of booking, and what do I need to pay extra for?
All meals and excursions are included except for the “elephant driving”
Do you allow children and young families?
4 years+ must pay full rate & solely occupy a berth; Under 4 are free of charge
Can babies cots and cribs be provided in my cabin?
Cots are not guaranteed
What if my flight is delayed?
Cancellation fees: More than 60 days prior – no fee; 60-31 days prior – 20%; 30-21 days prior – 50%; 20 days-no show 100%[allships]