It is said that it enjoys the reputation of Little Guilin in Thailand. I've been worried about getting seasick, and nothing happened. The ship's guide, David, is very professional. His Chinese is very good. He told my son a lot about Thai history. The boy was very happy. The buffet dinner on board is also good - there are shrimps and crabs, it's okay to eat enough. There are two scenic spots that need to go by rowing. The local boatmen are very dedicated and hard-working. They also help to take pictures and give a compliment. They can tip a little more. The scenic spot saw Chinese cabbage, the hole put a wish lamp, and the return trip also saw the sunset - great!