Welcome aboard The RV Kwai
The 120-foot-long RV River Kwai, is Thailand’s very first inland cruise ship. Newly built in the colonial style, and carrying a maximum of only 20 passengers, her two-deck, open-air design is based on the original blueprint used by the Irrawaddy Flotilla, which was founded in Burma in 1865 to become, by the 1920s, the largest privately owned fleet of ships in the world.
Teak-Lined Cabins Combining the romance of the colonial era with today’s modern luxuries, this small and intimate vessel has just 10 deluxe, airconditioned cabins, located on the Main Deck and entered via outside passageways.
Each of these cozy, teak-wood-lined rooms measures 129 square feet and is outfitted with twin beds, a roof safe and a private en-suite bathroom with a shower.
As the boat travels along the River Kwai, you can enjoy and appreciate the scenery through your big picture window.
The Team A dedicated crew of 10 and a multilingual cruise director will take care of all your needs on this River Kwai Cruise, including superb meals and an utterly engaging and diversified program. Indeed, the emphasis is on cultural immersion. Lecturers and guides will provide the background information about the historic sites that you’ll get to explore, guaranteeing a unique adventure and an abundance of photo opportunities
River Kwai Cruise - Thailand
The most famous of all the islands in Thailand is Koh Samui, a beautiful island that is famed for its stunning palm tree edged beaches and crystal-clear waters.
Due to its broad appeal the island is visited by all types of travellers from the budget backpacker to the mega wealthy Hollywood celebrities.
Koh Samui was once an island of fisherfolk, and it still retains the laid-back atmosphere of a simple society, a relaxed and relaxing aura that makes for the perfect holiday.
Laze away the days on perfect beaches with crystal clear sea under deep blue cloudless skies or venture out to explore the unspoiled islands of Ang Thong National Park, the Fishermen's Village night market in Bo Phut, the temples with their unique statues, or the kick-upyour-heels nightlife of Chaweng.