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Cruises to Thailand

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Last updated on 25th Jan 2016

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Cruises to Thailand

Situated at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok is a popular destination steeped in history and a vibrant culture. Cruises to Bangkok take approximately two weeks and are available with a number of reputable cruise lines including Royal Caribbean, Princess and Celebrity Cruises. Departing from Australia’s west coast, cruises to Thailand also visit exotic destinations like Vietnam and Singapore aboard popular cruise ships such as the Voyager of the Seas, Legend of the Seas, Celebrity Century, Dawn Princess and Sea Princess.

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25th January 2016 @ 01:44

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