Thailand is packed full of fascinating sights, intriguing culture and fantastic cuisine – and you can see it all with one of our cruise deals. Take a look at our Thailand cruises here, or read on to find out what to expect on your trip.
Why choose a cruise to Thailand?
Thailand is a great tourist destination all year round – warm weather and mostly clear days no matter what time you visit.
Better still, Thailand is home to some of the world’s most stunning beaches – ideal if you like to relax in the sand, or even just for a leisurely stroll. Crystal clear waters and white sand is plentiful here, as is the marine life that you’ll get to see on snorkelling and scuba trips.
Popular destinations include the capital Bangkok; Ko Samui, with it’s beautiful golden beaches; Krabi, right next to the Andaman Sea; and Phuket Island, a haven for sun worshippers.
For foodies, Thailand is a fantastic destination – and you may be surprised at how different the ‘Thai’ food is back home! In the country itself, the menus are more varied and the food is much less expensive. You’ll find delicious dishes in restaurants and street stalls alike.
The shopping experience in Thailand is good too. Sprawling markets sell everything from clothing to art to ornaments, so you’re sure to find plenty of memories to take home with you.
The country’s Buddhist heritage means there is lots of beautiful architecture and many temples and monuments to visit. Chiang Mai and Bangkok in particular are home to many of these buildings.
And if you’re so inclined, you may be surprised at just how vibrant the nightlife is – with plenty of bars and clubs open until the early hours of the morning.
Quite simply, Thailand should be near the top of any keen traveller’s to-do list.
Thailand cruises with Cruise 1st Australia
We’re constantly updating our cruise deals, so take a look at our Thailand cruises page for the latest. Azamara Club Cruises has just completed a fantastic cruise from Hong Kong to Australia, stopping at Hanoi (Vietnam), Hue, Ho Chi Minh, Bangkok and Singapore along the way. Azamara has smaller cruise ships that can access smaller ports, meaning guests get to visit a number of unique destinations.
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