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Sat, 28 May 2016

X2 Launches Luxury Cruises on Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand

X2 is taking its brand beyond hotels and resorts, with the launch of X2 Cruises on the Chao Phraya River, Bangkok.

The modern cruiser can accommodate up to 14 passengers, providing a private luxury experience with real leather interiors, full air conditioning, refrigeration for drinks, and a sliding targa style roof for open air sightseeing.

X2 is taking its brand beyond hotels and resorts, with the launch of X2 Cruises on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand.

X2 Cruises offers a 2-hour luxury river and canal tour enabling clients to see many of the famous Thai-heritage sites along the canal and river.

In addition to the canal tour, X2 Cruises also provides luxury custom private tours, sunset cruises and boat rental.

 Serving VIP clients, hotels, corporate events and functions, the boat is a creative way to impress and cater to those clients in need of some luxury on the river. 

Most people may think of Bangkok as a busy city with streets full of cars, tuk-tuks, buildings and malls, but actually Bangkok has other interesting sights. We see the lives along Chao Phraya River and canals are one of them, said said Anthony McDonald, CEO and founder of the X2 Lifestyle brand. We merged the modern design concept of X2 Cruises together with the ancient scenery along the Chao Phraya River. Im sure it will give the Chao Phraya River a welcome touch of luxury.

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