A vibrant destination where east meets west, cruises to Thailand arrive in Bangkok and Koh Samui. Worlds away from each other, Bangkok is a bustling modern city where skyscrapers rise up against sacred temples and ancient memorials while Koh Samui is a relaxing island holiday destination and trendy cultural melting pot. Offering something for everyone, cruises to Thailand are a fantastic way to explore the excitement and attractions of this unique, exotic and fun-loving destination. Once a backpacker hotspot, Thailand is a cultured and historic destination that radiates beauty and rural charm from its golden shores. Explore the range of cruises below and begin planning for your Thai cruise holiday.

Cruises To Thailand

Port Klang & Phuket
4 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 1st Jun 2020
$1,069.44
pp twin share
Port Klang & Phuket
4 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 8th Jun 2020
$1,049.44
pp twin share
Penang & Phuket
4 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 15th Jun 2020
$1,188.95
pp twin share
Penang & Phuket
4 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 19th Jun 2020
$1,358.92
pp twin share
Singapore To Hong Kong
10 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 23rd Jun 2020
$1,709.73
pp twin share

Cruises to Thailand from Sydney

Australia & Indonesia & Indian Ocean Collector
40 Nights on Maasdam Departing Sydney: 4th Jan 2021
$7,468.25
pp twin share

Cruises to Thailand from Perth

Port Klang & Phuket
4 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 1st Jun 2020
$1,069.44
pp twin share
Port Klang & Phuket
4 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 8th Jun 2020
$1,049.44
pp twin share
Penang & Phuket
4 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 15th Jun 2020
$1,188.95
pp twin share
Penang & Phuket
4 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 19th Jun 2020
$1,358.92
pp twin share
Singapore To Hong Kong
10 Nights on Voyager of the Seas Departing Singapore: 23rd Jun 2020
$1,709.73
pp twin share

Frequently Asked Questions

What cruise lines go to Thailand?

There are a number of cruise lines that go to Thailand including Royal Caribbean, Cunard, Celebrity Cruises, Seabourn, Princess Cruises and Holland America Line.

When is the best time to cruise to Thailand?

Thanks to the favourable weather conditions, the best time to cruise to Thailand is from November to February. During this time Thailand experiences less rainfall and humidity and enjoys lovely temperatures sitting around the 25 degree mark.

Can you cruise from Bangkok to Phuket?

Yes. There are several cruises that visit both Bangkok and Phuket. These include Southeast Asia Grand Adventure and Vietnam & Thailand Adventure.

Big Buddha Koh Samui

Attractions

The bustling city of Bangkok offers so much to see and do. There are over 400 temples to explore as well as cultural demonstrations, traditional Thai cooking classes, floating markets, bargain shopping and some of the largest shopping malls in all of Southeast Asia. Of course no visit to Bangkok would be complete without going to see The Grand Palace. Home to the astonishing Wat Po, a huge gold covered Buddha statue measuring 15m and 46m long, the palace was once the home of generations of the royal family and is now a highly respected memorial covered in intricate glass and porcelain mosaics.

Koh Samui’s most popular attractions are its beaches, it’s relaxing atmosphere and its affordable massages, however the island also features a number of natural attractions and sightseeing. Located at the southern end of Lamai Beach, Grandfather and Grandmother Rock is an amusing natural attraction and popular photo opportunity. Visible from shore but also accessible on a boat tour, these rocks derive their name from their male and female appearances.

The island also features several waterfalls, particularly in the mountainous interior. Na Muang Falls is the tallest and a twin fall, where water cascades over unique purple rocks. Although easily accessed from the road, another popular way to visit the falls is on an elephant trek.

For a shot of culture and history, visit the 79 foot tall golden Buddha statue at Wat Phra Yai and enjoy incredible views of the north coast at the top of a flight of 72 steps. At ground level there are also crafts, clothing, souvenirs and snacks available. Nearby Wat Plai Laem features the renowned 18-armed Buddha and a surrounding lake home to fish which visitors are allowed to feed. Another popular temple, Wat Khunaram is famous for the mummified monk who sits in the lotus position to the right as you enter. Encapsulated in a glass case, the monk sits exactly as he was when he died.

If you prefer to get close to nature, the Samui Monkey Theater, Samui Aquarium, Samui Snake Farm, Samui Butterfly Garden and Tiger Zoo are all popular attractions. For an insight into the flora and fauna below the water’s surface, the Ang Thong National Marine Park is a wonderful place to swim, snorkel and scuba dive.

Arrivals & Departures

Nathon Pier Koh Samui

Anchored offshore, passengers tendered to cruise terminal

Distance from City: 23kms (35mins)
Distance from Airport: 20km (30mins)
Taxi Fare Estimate: 600 baht ($20 AUD) one way, cruise terminal to city