Evening Supanniga Champagne Dinner Cruise Degustation
Evening Supanniga Champagne
Dinner Cruise Degustation
Accessible, modern and respecting Thai heritage; owners of the Supanniga Eating Room have brought their dining philosophy
to the Chao Phraya River with a 6-course set dining cruise option of extraordinary
quality – with one glass of champagne included.
WHY THIS TOUR?
The vast array of eateries – from the posh and fancy to the local street food stall around the corner – has made Bangkok a delectable place for the gastronomically-minded. The capital has gained its reputation for its culinary diversity for many years and new ventures to grasp a piece of the market still pop up left and right. But when the last sunrays vanish behind the skyline, dinner cruises are among the most sought-after dining venues, sailing over the aquatic aorta that is called the Chao Phraya. With the award-winning Supanniga behind the wheels, a reinvention of superb Thai cuisine in an intimate setting now has become a reality. Top notch dining guaranteed with a glass of quality bubbles to complement the evening.
18:15 - 20:30
Upon arrival at Bangkok’s River City pier, guests are welcomed on board with Thai grace and hospitality, complemented with a glass of champagne. The Supanniga Cruise is created with the same people behind the award-winning Supanniga Eating Room, a Thai dining concept that has made it on the cover of many reputable dining and food magazines in Thailand and in the region. Guests will become a part of a small and intimate group of 40 guest’s maximum aboard something that fits the Supanniga design philosophy – a blend of modern simplicity with Thai heritage entwined in every decorative element.
As soon as the captain moors off the River City, a 6-course Thai set feast is served, each with its own story, own unique means of preparation and with a quality standard that only Supanniga can deliver. During the dinner cruise, a team of professional staff will cater to every single need including a broad selection of cocktails and, of course, champagne (not included). With darkness slowly falling, lights along the riverbanks will turn on and brighten up Bangkok as you slowly get a taste of your next course. Landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Wat Arum, various temples and international hotels are placed in a different light as you slowly pass these sights as you ply comfortably up and down the Chao Phraya.
Also this unique dining experience regretfully has to come to an end: at around 20:30 hrs, ending a great evening aboard the Supanniga Cruise, you disembark the vessel at the River City Pier for your transfer back to your hotel (included, when booking the private option). Should you have opted for the joined tour, there will be sufficient means of transportation waiting to bring you back to your hotel or finding a bar for a night cap.
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The ‘other side’ of metropolis Bangkok is merely a boat ride away. Once put in a governmental spotlight when rulers from a bygone era declared Thonburi the capital of the Thai kingdom, little of its local charm has faded. Slowly emerging as an upcoming urbanisation of Greater Bangkok, Thonburi remains an authentic pearl, separated by waterways and characterized by temples and communities.