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Cruises to Thailand

Top Cruise Lines

A great number of cruise lines sail to Thailand as it is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. Some of the most frequently booked ones include:

Top Departure Ports

There are also great options for departing from a home port in Australia:

The other popular departure ports for Thailand are:

Things to Do in Thailand

Thailand is a tropical paradise that is extremely diverse and has a great deal to offer everyone – nature-lover or party animal, culture-seeker or hedonist, prince or pauper.

Culture and history

There are so many historic sites, museums, ruins, etc. around Thailand that you may not have enough time to explore them all, here are some of our favourites for you:

  • – The Grand Palace in Bangkok is a former royal residence that is still used on ceremonial occasions
  • – The Jim Thompson House is the famous American silk entrepreneur’s residence in Bangkok
  • – The Sukhothai Historical Park is filled with historic ruins, old walls and other fascinating sites


  • Thailand is world-famous for its Buddhist temples that are among the most beautiful on the planet. Make sure you check these out:
    • Wat Pho is Bangkok’s biggest attraction and is home to a host of superlatives
    • Golden Mount in Bangkok will amaze you with 360-degree views on to Bangkok’s most photogenic side
    • Wat Chedi Luang in Chiang Mai is full of historic ruins and has a powerful atmosphere

    Delicious food

    Be sure to try the great array of food Thailand has on offer, starting with street food and ending with some of the best local cuisine in the country:

    • Saawaan in Bangkok is a Michelin-star restaurant serving fine Thai dishes with a flair
    • Boutique Farmers in Pak Nam Pran is a farm-to-table kind of eatery ran by chef James Noble
    • Chaloklum Food Market in Ko Pha-Ngan is one of the most authentic food markets in Thailand

    Wonderful nature

    Nature is not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Thailand, even though the country is filled with waterfalls, lakes, national parks, wildlife reserves, forests and other natural wonders:

    • – Bathing in the crystal-clear waters under the seven-tiered Erawan Falls is popular with locals and tourists alike
    • Tham Lot is one of the largest known caves in Thailand, its filled with impressive stalagmites and coffin caves
    • – The Red Lotus Sea is full of pink water lilies and is a stunning sight

    Pristine beaches

    There are so many perfectly stunning beaches in Thailand that you won’t be stuck for choice wherever you are in the country. Here are just a couple of them:

    • – The Hat Bang Thao beach on Phuket is one of the island’s longest and most beautiful beaches
    • – The Hat Tham Phra Nang may be one of the dreamiest beaches in the country and is also home to Thailand’s most luxurious resort, Rayavadee
    • – The Hat Than Sadet in Ko Pha-Ngan is heavenly, it is lined by leaning coconut trees and was frequented by three of Thailand’s Kings Rama V, VII and IX

    Wild nightlife

    Thailand is full of roof top bars, pubs, nightclubs and other forms of nightlife.

    The Best Time to Visit

    Generally speaking, the months of November to April are the best to visit Thailand:

    • It is dry
    • The temperatures are high

    Do consider the following when booking a Thailand cruise, though:

    • December is the most popular month for all visitors, so there will be lots of crowds
    • Some regions of the country have bad air quality starting mid-February through April (for example, Chiang Mai)