River Kwai Cruises by CruiseAsia

Enjoy our River Kwai Cruises on the fabulous River Kwai aboard the RV River Kwai, the first 5-star inland river cruise ship in Thailand built as a colonial-style river cruiser based on designs used by the original Irrawaddy Flotilla. Founded in Burma in 1865, the flotilla was by the 1920s the largest privately-owned fleet of ships in the world.

With an experienced crew of 10 and a multilingual Cruise Director, the ship provides superb a la carte meals served al fresco on the sun deck and an “amazing itinerary” that includes sights that were previously unreachable by any other means of transportation.


Discover Thailand & Create Memories

Let CruiseAsia take you on a magical journey of nature and beauty while you make memories that will last for a lifetime.


Check out a brief video introduction to the cruise on the River Kwai, which gives you a little taste of the experiences your river cruise package will include. Some of the itinerary and a bit about dining, sightseeing, and the cruise itself. Watch why a cruise on the RV River Kwai is truly a unique way to experience Thailand.

Thailand River Cruise – Tour by bike, boat, and kayak from the River Kwai to Koh Yao Islands.
Go on a journey from Bangkok to the beach on a relaxing river cruise and bike exploration that combines multi-activity touring, and a leisurely cruise on the River Kwai, with a beach getaway. Also provided is a fun itinerary for non-riding partners, family, or friends of cyclists. Pedal, cruise, and kayak your way past rural farmland and the Thai-Burma Railway, ending up on the undiscovered paradise island of Koh Yao.

Enjoy stunning river views on deck of the RV River Kwai


Enjoy Amazing Views along the River Kwai

Enjoy the amazing sights as we cruise along the River Kwai at a leisurely pace. Take the time to absorb all the scenery and wildlife as well as local traditional fishing boats and rafts along the way. A “truly” unique Thailand adventure.


River Kwai Cruises Packages


Along The Way

  • Hin Dat Hot Spring River
  • Hin Dat Hot Spring Overview
  • Hin Dat Hot Spring by the Stream
  • Hin Dat Hot Spring Entrance
  • Hin Dat Hot Spring steps to the pool
  • Hin Dat Hot Spring pools

Hin Dat Hot Spring

Hin Dat Hot Spring, formerly known as Kui Mang Spring, was accidentally discovered in 1943 by Japanese soldiers who were supervising the construction of the infamous Death Railway during World War II. They had inadvertently [...]

  • Prasat Muang Sing
  • Prasat Muang Sing Avalokitesvara Statue
  • Prasat Muang Sing Museum
  • Prasat Muang Sing Gate
  • Prasat Muang Sing Artifacts
  • Prasat Muang Sing Historical Park

Prasat Muang Sing

Prasat Muang Sing is one of the most important historical sites found by the Kwai Noi River. It marks the westernmost border outpost of the ancient Khmer Empire so far discovered in Thailand. Besides being [...]

  • Hellfire Pass near Kanchanaburi
  • HellfirePass Museum Peace Vessel
  • Hellfire Pass Museum
  • Hellfire Pass Location
  • Hellfire Pass Konyu Cutting
  • Hellfire Pass Remembrance Stone

Hellfire Pass

In the ’80s, a handful of Australian survivors rediscovered the overgrown Hellfire Pass section of the Death Railway. They then lobbied to turn it into the memorial that it is now. Their initiative contributed to [...]

  • Tha Kilen Train Station

Tha Kilen Train Station

The Tha Kilen Train Station holds significant relevance in Thai history, more specifically with the construction of the Death Railway. Ban Tha Kilen was indeed a work camp for prisoners of war used during WWII. [...]

  • JEATH War Museum

JEATH War Museum

A piece of history on the Death Railway and World War II: The Chief Abbot of Wat Chai Chumphon, the Venerable Phra Theppanyasuthee, founded the JEATH War Museum in 1977. His hope, desire, and intention [...]

  • Wat Tham Khaopoon

Wat Tham Khaopoon

Nine Caverns of Buddhist and Hindu Shrines.  Wat Tham Khaopoon is a cave system full of natural halls. All the passages are well lit and conceal nine caverns filled with Buddhist and Hindu shrines. It [...]

  • Phra Pathom Chedi

Phra Pathom Chedi

"Part of Your Journey Along The River Kwai." Phra Pathom Chedi is a large compound that contains the largest Stupa in Southeast Asia. It is the second-largest in the world, measuring 120 meters at its [...]

  • Khao Noi Cave Temple

Khao Noi Cave Temple

You’ll visit the temple and see beautiful murals. The Khao Noi Cave Temple, or Wat Tham Khao Noi (Temple of the Small Cave), is one of the only two Chinese temples in all of Kanchanaburi. [...]