BANGKOK, 25 June 2019: Museum Siam and the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat service recently launched a joint package ‘Muse Pass Plus One-Day River Pass’ linking 13 museums and river-side attractions via the hop-on-hop-off boat service along Chao Phraya River.
The package costs THB409 and comprises of a one-day ticket on the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat and a Muse Pass that includes the entrance at 55 museums and learning centres across the country plus special deals offered by alliance partner establishments such as attractions, restaurants, cafés, souvenir shops, and a fitness centre.
If a visitor decides to buy the museum pass and the river pass, separately the cost is Bt499 (full price).
The ‘Muse Pass Plus One-Day River Pass’ is designed to attract families and independent tourists.
Using the Muse Pass, visitors will be able to discover 13 museums and fun-learning centres located nearby river piers such as:
Phra Arthit Pier and Maharaj Pier: Banglamphu Museum, King Prajadhipok Museum, The Queen’s Gallery, and Coin Museum Treasury Department Thailand.
Pak Klong Talad Pier (Flower Market): Museum Siam, and Baan Mowaan.
Ratchawongse Pier: Phra Maha Mondop at Wat Traimit Wittayaram Museum, Bangkok Local Museum, and Krungthai Art Gallery.
Sathorn Pier: GIT Gem and Jewelry Museum, Sam Sen Nai Philatelic Museum, Phya Thai Palance, and Museum of Natural History – Chulalongkorn University.
Chao Phraya Tourist Boat offers a Hop-on, Hop-off boat service along the Chao Phraya River from 0900 to 2030 daily. Boats depart every 30 minutes and make stops at piers.
Pier points: Sathorn Pier; ICONSIAM Pier; LHONG 1919 Pier; Ratchawongse Pier; Pakklong Talad Pier; Wat Arun Pier; Maharaj Pier; Thonburi Railway Station Pier; and Phra Arthit Pier. From 1600 to 1800, the riverboat route extends to Asiatique as well.
Currently, there are five boats, serving the route and on average 3,500 passengers per day.
The ‘Muse Pass Plus One-Day River Pass’ is available from now until September 30 at three of the Chao Phraya Tourist Boat counters at Pak Klong Talad Pier (Flower Market), Tha Maharaj Pier, and Sathorn Pier (BTS Saphan Taksin). For more information visit www.facebook.com/musepass.