Float­ing Feasts

A stylish new boat drifts into river cruise con­tention

Thailand Tatler - - CONCIERGE -

in­ner cruises on the Chao Phraya River are such a touristy fix­ture that it’s hard to muster ex­cite­ment for a new one. But the prove­nance of the Sup­paniga Cruise, a brand-new and colour­fully ap­pointed 40-seat ves­sel, marks it out as some­thing dif­fer­ent. Brought to us by the same team be­hind the hit Thai restau­rant Su­pan­niga Eat­ing Room, the boat of­fers a six­course sun­set din­ner cruise fea­tur­ing the same au­then­tic dishes found at them, plus glasses of Tat­tinger cham­pagne. Late af­ter­noon cock­tail or cham­pagne cruises are also avail­able for those who just want to soak up views of the river over savoury nib­bles and a cou­ple of drinks. Speak­ing of which, the on­board bar, the re­sult of a col­lab­o­ra­tion with the ac­claimed Silom bar Ves­per, is an­other high­light, rustling up sig­na­ture drinks and clas­sic cocktails, many of them rein­ter­preted with Thai herbs. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit su­pan­ni­gacruise.com.

culi­nary cruis­ing En­joy de­li­cious Thai food on the Chao Phraya

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