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On a cruise to Thailand, you’ll discover some of the world’s best unspoiled beaches, taste exotic flavors, and immerse yourself in cultural traditions that date back centuries.
Sail to the always exciting and enchantingly chaotic capital of Bangkok, where you’ll find magnificent temples, golden Buddhas, vibrant street life, and welcoming people. Discover some of Thailand’s best beaches in Ko Samui, where you can bask in the shade of a coconut palm. In Phuket, take in the splendor of golden-roofed Buddhist temples, and sample delicious food famous for its fragrant Thai spices. Luxury cruises to Thailand with Celebrity offer a genuine feast for the senses.
In Bangkok, life is vibrant, welcoming, eclectic, and chaotically exciting. Take in the sights via a canal tour and watch traditional puppeteers re-enact ancient folklore tales. Wander through the massive Chatuchak Market to browse and shop for handmade clothes, spices, crafts, and Thai fabrics. Enjoy a drink high in the sky on the 63rd floor of the State Tower, a skyscraper topped with a lavish dome, and take in panoramic views of the glittering city skyline.
On cruises to Thailand, you’ll have the opportunity to see some of the most revered and ancient temples and Buddhist holy sites anywhere in Asia. Thailand is home to around 33,,000 active temples including the massive and ornate Wat Arun in Bangkok which lights up the skyline at night. Take a trip up Nakkerd Hill in Phuket to see the famous Big Buddha statue that looks over the city. For a more rustic experience, visit the terracotta-hued Wat Ratcha Thammaram in Ko Samui which pays homage to legendary sea monsters and ancient Buddhist warriors.
When visiting Thailand, don’t miss world-renowned beaches like Maenam in Ko Samui, with over four miles of unspoiled, silky white sand underneath your feet. Try a surf class or snorkeling adventure in the bright blue waters of Kata Noi Beach in Phuket. Take a day trip to Pattaya from Bangkok, where you’ll find a lively entertainment scene, plenty of watersports, and great local beach restaurants where you can sample fragrant Thai dishes.
The brilliance of Bangkok isn’t just in its size, but rather how much just one city can offer when it comes to food, nightlife, history, and cultural highlights. Don’t miss a chance to see the Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, a golden statue measuring over 150 feet long, and 50 meters tall. Tour the city’s famous sites via canal boat, or drift along the Chao Phraya river past intricate temples. Take a Thai cooking class then enjoy some of Bangkok’s best views with a martini at the rooftop bar at Vertigo atop the Banyan Tree hotel during your overnight stay.
Ko Samui’s famous beaches draw travelers looking for a complete, tropical island escape while still enjoying an upbeat local Thai culture and plenty of activities. Have an adventure on a 4x4 jungle safari tour to see some of the best sites like Namuang Waterfall, Mummified Monk, and Buddha’s Magic Garden, all in one day. Or take it easy on the calm shores of Maenam Beach, where you can lunch on Thai specialties with your toes in the sand.
On the mountainous island of Phuket, you’ll find palm-shaded, white sand beaches, adventurous jungle treks, and rich Thai heritage and traditions. Take a boat tour through some of the limestone islands in Phang Nga Bay where you can explore caves, mangroves, and rock formations that jut straight out of the turquoise-colored water. Browse for art and local handicrafts at the colorful shophouses in Phuket’s Old Town then visit the nearby Jui Tui Shrine, famous for its three ornate altars that pay homage to Chinese gods.
Cruises to Thailand depart from either Hong Kong, Bali or Singapore, combining the buzz of big cities with the tranquility of laid-back tropical islands. You’ll typically visit six ports throughout Southeast Asia, with stops in Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia as well as the “Land of Smiles”. Thailand cruises sail between November and March, when the weather is finest, and include three or four days at sea to relax and enjoy the ship.
Thailand is one of the most popular destinations in Asia for travelers looking for adventure, culture, and a blend of lush nature and cosmopolitan experiences. On a Celebrity Cruises ship, you’ll return from your adventures ashore every day to luxurious accommodation and fine dining. Book a suite in The Retreat and you’ll have access to an exclusive lounge and restaurant, too. Indulge in luxurious treatments at The Spa, or watch the sun meet the sea with a fabulous evening cocktail at the Sunset Bar.
On a cruise to Thailand, you’ll discover tropical rainforests, bustling cities, white sand beaches, fragrant, spicy food, and elaborate Buddhist temples. See and experience the best this region has to offer on a luxury cruise to Thailand with Celebrity Cruises.