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Welcome to Asia, the most populous, energetic, exotic and contradictory continent on earth. Across one vast landmass you’ll find sci-fi skyscrapers and whitewashed mountain monasteries, honking moped shoals and silent Taoist temples, neon cityscapes and saffron-clad monks bent in prayer. If you’ve come for the familiar, you’re in for a surprise. When you’re munching deep-fried grasshoppers with white pepper in Thailand, exploring the rice paddy fields in Bali and swimming with Burmese sea-gypsies.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant.



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From USD $1,490.00 per person

Why fly or bus from Bangkok to Siem Reap and miss the scenery and the friendly folk in between? Give a bike ride a try instead, and discover a unique patch of SouthEast Asia.

From USD $2,100.00 per person

Cycle Angkor to Saigon - A journey in the truest sense of the word from the most significant archaeological site in Cambodia to the most important commercial city in Vietnam.

From USD $2,500.00 per person

Discover Angkor & Luang Prabang by Bike. Ride the hidden trails of Angkor National Park by bike after witnessing the sunrise over Angkor Wat and a private breakfast in the forest.

 



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From $2,999.00 per person

Combine the best of Cambodia & Vietnam. Gain insights into the region's past in Phnom Penh, venture to Siem Reap and witness the sun rising over magnificent Angkor Wat.

From $3,249.00 per person

A journey through Vietnam and Laos will leave you energised and inspired. Encounter welcoming people throughout, including Buddhist monks in Luang Prabang.

From USD $3,350.00 per person

This Cycle Angkor to Hoi An adventure links two of the region's famous locations, the Angkor temples of the Khmer Empire with the historic UNESCO World Heritage town of Hoi An.

 



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From $3,895.00 per person

Glimpse past and present on this in-depth encounter with the glittering cityscapes, youthful verve, and centuries-old culture, heritage and traditions of vibrant Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok.

From USD $4,000.00 per person

Cycle from Bangkok to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). The essential discovery trip of Thailand, Cambodia and the Mekong Delta of Vietnam.

From $4,029.00 per person

Experience the picturesque countryside of laidback Laos & Cambodia hidden south coast on this unforgettable journey. Cruise down the Mekong to Luang Prabang, kayak along the Nam Song River in Vang Vieng and discover the sacred temples of Vientiane.

 



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From $4,299.00 per person

This comprehensive journey takes in the history, culture and natural beauty of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. In historic Cambodia, uncover the museums and monuments of the capital, Phnom Penh, before witnessing the incredible temples of Angkor.

From $4,549.00 per person

On this fascinating Vietnam and Cambodia tour you’ll explore several of the world’s greatest treasures, behold spectacular scenery, learn about different cultures, and experience the warmth and hospitality bestowed by the locals.

From $5,095.00 per person

Explore the colonial heritage of Singapore and Malaysia and discover the diverse culture of the region. A melting pot of religion and cultures, from Buddhism to Catholicism, the Dutch to the Chinese and the British, explore the colonial heritage of the region.

 



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From $6,325.00 per person

The temples and tuk tuks of Bangkok give way to the ancient traditions of Chiang Mai on this in-depth trip. A journey from the colourful streets of Bangkok to the sacred spaces of Chiang Mai.

From $6,495.00 per person

Experience Vietnam & Cambodia Uncovered. Journey from the beauty of Halong Bay to a spine-tingling encounter with the abandoned capital of Angkor Thom.

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Pandaw Cruise – Halong Bay and Red River (December to March)

Explore the key sites of Northern Vietnam by Pandaw Cruise river ship, traversing the Red River delta and its main tributaries, connecting the wonders of Halong Bay with the excitements of downtown Hanoi, and then on into the interior, well off the beaten track. This is a combination of scenic beauty, lively and interesting (sometimes industrial) life of the river and exploring rivers where no other tourist craft operate.

Sailing deep into Highland Vietnam we will discover the mountain villages and a number of tribal areas. We go as far as is navigable up the Song Red River and then down the little known Da or Black River. Note this is a new river expedition and itineraries and schedules very much subject to change due to uncertain local conditions.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant for availability, latest offers, pre and post cruise touring options and flights.

Day 1: Hanoi – Halong Bay

Transfer from Hanoi International Airport/Meeting point to Halong Bay to embark the cruise with a stop for lunch enroute. Cast off in the late afternoon for an evening sailing to drop anchor in a sheltered bay amidst the amazing island scenery.

Day 2: Halong Bay

Morning sail around Halong Bay and beyond with its 1,500 dramatic limestone islands and extraordinary rock formations, dating back 20 million years. We will visit by local boat a local floating home, kayaking or taking a rowing basket boat to bright & dark limestone caves.

Day 3: Halong Bay

Morning continue cruising in Halong Bay then we will enter the river in the afternoon and setting sail to Pha Lai. We will anchor mid-stream.

Day 4: The Thai Binh River

We are sailing on the Thai Binh River to Thanh Ha. Enjoy a walk through the village of Thanh Hai and experience the water puppet show performed by the local villagers. Back to the ship for lunch while the ship is continuing into Luoc River. Afternoon excursion to Ninh Giang to visit local market & learn about the homemade special cake (BANH GAI). Continue by bus(25min) to Stork’s Island.

During dinner the Pandaw will continue to Kim Son, Ninh Binh Province.

Day 5: Day River

This morning we will visit the famous stone cathedral of Phat Diem. Afternoon sail upstream from Day River to Ninh Binh City.

Day 6: Ninh Binh

In the morning we will visit Tam Coc, taking a rowing boat ride to visit the so call “Halong on land” in Ninh Binh. Afternoon excursion is to visit the bamboo and rattan village where they make their products for both domestic and oversea market.

Day 7: The Lower Red River

In the morning we sail upsteam on the Red River to Dien Xa village where we will walk to the bonsai village and meet with local artists and share their bonsai experience. We then continue on the Red River to Hanoi.

Day 8: Hanoi

Dropped anchor in the bustling city of Hanoi, passengers will visit some highlights of this Asian metropolis, must see’s like the notorious Vietnam war prison known as the Hanoi Hilton, temple of literature where Confucius did his thinking and the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Afternoon walking tour of Hanoi including a visit to a coffee shop where we learn about Vietnam’s famous coffee making industry. Before returning to your ship you will enjoy a traditional unicorn and lion dance at the jetty.

Day 9: Hanoi

Morning going off shore to visit Bat Trang ceramic village then sail through day from Hanoi up the Red River to Viet Tri, not the most picturesque of towns but an excellent base for going deeper into Highland Vietnam. Going a shore we visit a timeless Arcadian Vietnam with emerald green rice paddies punctuated by lime stone rock formations. Of particular interest is the Thay and Tay Phuong Pagodas, hardly known, yet with exquisite temples dating from the 8th and 11th century and home to some fine Buddhist statuary carved from jackfruit trees. We will arrive in Vinh Phuc in the evening.

Day 10: The Upper Red River

In the morning we go ashore to visit the UNESCO village of Duang Lam. In the afternoon, visit the carpenter and smith village of Ly Nhan. We sail upstream on the Upper Red River to Viet Tri. Enjoy traditional dances on board.

Day 11: Viet Tri

Disembark after breakfast and visit the conical hat making village of Gia Thanh. By bus we continue to Hung Lo Temple, Lunch will be served at a local restaurant, followed by a transfer to Hanoi airport or drop off point Pan Pacific Hotel Hanoi.

Inclusions 
Meals: All meals & locally made soft drinks, local beer and local spirits, jugged coffee and selection of teas and tisanes, mineral water.
Transfers: Transfers between the meeting point and the ship at the start and end of a voyage.
Accommodation:10 nights on-board the Pandaw Cruise
Guide: English Speaking Guide
Gratuities: Gratuities to crew on board the Pandaw Cruise
Entrance Fees & Touring: Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary
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Pandaw Cruise – Halong Bay and Red River (April to November)

Explore the key sites of Northern Vietnam by Pandaw Cruise river ship traversing the Red River delta and its main tributaries, connecting the wonders of Halong Bay with the excitements of downtown Hanoi, and then on into the interior, well off the beaten track.

This is a combination of scenic beauty, lively and interesting (sometimes industrial) life of the river and exploring rivers where no other tourist craft operate. Sailing deep into Highland Vietnam we will discover the mountain villages and a number of tribal areas. We will go as far as is navigable up the Song Red River and then down the little known Da or Black River.

Note this is a new river expedition and itineraries and schedules very much subject to change due to uncertain local conditions.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant for availability, latest offers, pre and post cruise touring options and flights.

Day 1: Hanoi – Halong Bay

Transfer from Hanoi International Airport or Meeting point to Halong Bay to embark the cruise with a stop for lunch enroute. Cast off in the late afternoon for an evening sailing to drop anchor in a sheltered bay amidst the amazing island scenery.

Day 2: Halong Bay

Morning sail around Halong Bay and beyond with its 1,500 dramatic limestone islands and extraordinary rock formations, dating back 20 million years. We will visit by local boat a local floating home, kayaking or taking a rowing basket boat to bright & dark limestone caves.

Day 3: Halong Bay

Morning continue cruising in Halong Bay then we will enter the river in the afternoon and setting sail to Pha Lai. Observe the lively and interesting life of the river, a key commercial waterway. We will anchor mid-stream.

Day 4: The Thai Binh River

Morning sail on Thai Binh river. Excursion to Thanh Ha commuinne for water puppet show & village walkabout. Continue cruising to Ninh Giang. Afternoon walking tour in Ninh Giang commute and visit a local market to taste the home made special cake BANH CAI. Then we continue by bus (25min) to Stork’s Island before we return back to the ship for dinner.

Day 5: Bat Trang Village

Today we will be cruising towards Hanoi. Enroute, stop at Bat Trang, a ceramic village, in the afternoon.

Day 6: Hanoi

Dropped anchor in the bustling city of Hanoi, passengers will visit some highlights of this Asian metropolis, must see’s like the notorious Vietnam war prison known as the Hanoi Hilton, temple of literature where Confucius did his thinking and the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Afternoon walking tour of Hanoi including a visit to a coffee shop where we learn about Vietnam’s famous coffee making industry. Before returning to your ship you will enjoy a traditional unicorn and lion dance at the jetty.

Day 7: The Lower Red River

Morning sail through day from Hanoi up the Red River to Viet Tri, not the most picturesque of towns but an excellent base for going deeper into Highland Vietnam. Going ashore we visit a timeless Arcadian Vietnam with emerald green rice paddies punctuated by lime stone rock formations. Of particular interest is the Thay and Tay Phuong Pagodas, hardly known, yet with exquisite temples dating from the 8th and 11th century and home to some fine Buddhist statuary carved from jackfruit trees. Afternoon excursion to a carpenter village. We will arrive in Viet Tri in the evening.

Day 8: Lo River

In the morning cruising to Tien Du ferry station to the conical hat making village of Gia Thanh. Take in the sights and sounds of the bustling river with all kinds of craft and activity. By bus we continue to Hung Lo Temple.

Day 9: The Da River

Enjoy a day sailing downstream admiring the unspoilt beauty of the Da River. We pass the Ba Vi National Park with its rich and diverse tropical and sub-tropical flora and fauna before arriving at Hoa Binh. We will visit the UNESCO village of Duang Lam.

Day 10: Hoa Binh

Hoa Binh was the site of a major battle with the French in 1951 & 1952 and is home to the Muong ethnic group.This morning we will take a boat ride on the reservoir of Hoa Binh power station and visit a local village and tonight you will enjoy the traditional performance of local hill tribe people.

Day 11: Hoa Binh – Hanoi

Disembark after breakfast (08.30am) and visit a museum and local village where villagers still wear traditional dresses. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant, followed by a transfer to Hanoi airport or drop off point Pan Pacific Hotel Hanoi.

Inclusions 
Meals: All meals & locally made soft drinks, local beer and local spirits, jugged coffee and selection of teas and tisanes, mineral water.
Transfers: Transfers between the meeting point and the ship at the start and end of a voyage.
Accommodation:10 nights on-board the Pandaw Cruise
Guide: English Speaking Guide
Gratuities: Gratuities to crew on board the Pandaw Cruise
Entrance Fees & Touring: Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary
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Pandaw Cruise – Phnom Penh to Saigon

Depart Cambodia’s bustling capital Phnom Penh on a 4 night Pandaw Cruise to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) with Pandaw Cruises. Set sail with Pandaw Cruises along the mighty Mekong River through the tranquility of rural Cambodia and into Vietnam and into the vibrant French colonial port of Saigon.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant for availability, latest offers, pre and post cruise touring options and flights.

Day 1: Phnom Penh

Board the Pandaw ship by lunchtime. This afternoon and evening are at leisure to discover the city on your own.

Day 2: Tonle River

Explorations up Tonle River to a silver making village, Kampong Trolach, and Chong Koh either by ship or by coach depending on water levels. This river is very pretty and there is a vibrant local life to be viewed along the river banks and in lesser craft.

Day 3: Vietnam Boarded

Sail for the border and formalities and then continue to Tan Chau for the evening.

Day 4: Chau Doc

Morning either visit a Moslem Cham tribal village and a cat fish farm in Chau Doc with our guide or do your own thing and take one of our mountain bikes and explore the local market and the Catholic Church. Afternoon excursion to Sa Dec via Vinh Long to see the local market and the ancient house of Mr, Huyn Thuy Le, the ‘lover’ of Marguerite Duras, a famous French novelist whose book was imortalised in the film L’Indochine. We continue along canals and backwaters to Cai Be for the floating market and overnight.

Day 5: My Tho – Ho Chi Minh City

Early morning sail from Cai Be for My Tho, where passengers disembark in the early morning for a coach transfer to Saigon. Arrive in Saigon late morning at around 10.30am.

Inclusions 
Meals: All meals & locally made soft drinks, local beer and local spirits, jugged coffee and selection of teas and tisanes, mineral water.
Transfers: Transfers from ship in My Tho to Saigon
Accommodation:4 nights on-board the Pandaw Cruise
Guide: English Speaking Guide
Gratuities: Gratuities to crew on board the Pandaw Cruise
Entrance Fees & Touring: Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary
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Pandaw Cruise – Saigon to Phnom Penh

Take in the striking cultural contrasts of the bustling Vietnam delta and the tranquility of rural Cambodia on board Pandaw Cruise. Depart Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and Cruise the mighty Mekong River to Cambodia’s bustling capital Phnom Penh on a 3 night cruise. Set sail with Pandaw Cruises and pass from the vibrant French colonial port of Saigon, through the vast delta so rich in human life and endeavour, to travel along the main channel into Phnom Penh.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant for availability, latest offers, pre and post cruise touring options and flights.

Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City – My Tho

This morning transfer to the port of My Tho, embarking your Pandaw vessel in time for welcome drinks, a briefing and lunch. As you enjoy lunch, set sail across the vast Mekong Delta.

Day 2: Sa Dec

Sampan boat excursion to Sa Dec via Vinh Long, along canals and backwaters and see the local market and the ancient house of Mr, Huyn Thuy Le, the ‘lover’ of Marguerite Duras, a famous French novelist whose book was imortalised in the film L’Indochine.

Day 3: Chau Doc

Visit a Moslem Cham tribal village and a cat fish farm in Chau Doc with our guide or do your own thing and take one of our mountain bikes and explore the local market or the Catholic Church. Return to the ship by boat for lunch and cast off for the Cambodian border for the usual formalities.

Day 4: Phnom Penh

Disembark in Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh after breakfast.

Inclusions 
Meals: All meals & locally made soft drinks, local beer and local spirits, jugged coffee and selection of teas and tisanes, mineral water.
Transfers: Transfers from meeting point in Saigon to ship in My Tho.
Accommodation:3 nights on-board the Pandaw Cruise
Guide: English Speaking Guide
Gratuities: Gratuities to crew on board the Pandaw Cruise
Entrance Fees & Touring: Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary
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Pandaw Cruises – Classic Mekong

There can be no tapestry of river life as fascinating and varied as the River Mekong. Indeed there can be no more striking a cultural contrast as that between the bustling Vietnam delta and the tranquility of Cambodia. Set sail with Pandaw Cruises and pass from the vibrant French colonial port of Saigon, through the vast delta so rich in human life and endeavour, to travel along the main channel into the rich countryside of Cambodia. With a full day in charming Phnom Penh, we then explore remoter waterways as we progress to the great monuments of Angkor.

Planning your holiday is easy, and speak to your friendly Consultant for availability, latest offers, pre and post cruise touring options and flights.

Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City – My Tho

This morning transfer to the port of My Tho, embarking your Pandaw vessel in time for welcome drinks, a briefing and lunch. As you enjoy lunch, set sail across the vast Mekong Delta.

Day 2: Sa Dec

Sampan boat excursion to Sa Dec via Vinh Long, along canals and backwaters and see the local market and the ancient house of Mr, Huyn Thuy Le, the ‘lover’ of Marguerite Duras, a famous French novelist whose book was imortalised in the film L’Indochine.

Day 3: Chau Doc

Visit a Moslem Cham tribal village and a cat fish farm in Chau Doc with our guide or do your own thing and take one of our mountain bikes and explore the local market or the Catholic Church. Return to the ship by boat for lunch and cast off for the Cambodian border for the usual formalities.

Day 4: Phnom Penh

Whilst in Phnom Penh you will be provided with their own private cyclo. The Cyclo Centre Phnom Penh which provides the cyclos is a charity that provides basic welfare and medical services to cyclo drivers. You will visit the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and National Museum. In the afternoon, optional excursion (by coach) to the Killing Fields and the Khmer Rouge’s grim Tuol Sleng or S21 detention centre.

Day 5: Tonle River

Explorations up Tonle River to a silver making village, Kampong Trolach, and Chong Koh either by ship or by coach depending on water levels. This river is very pretty and there is a vibrant local life to be viewed along the river banks and in lesser craft.

Day 6: Kratie

Morning walk at Angkor Ban and after an all day sail through delightful Cambodian countryside we reach charming French colonial town of Kratie in the evening. No other river ships get this high but thanks to the Mekong Pandaw’s shallow draft we can attempt it.

Day 7: The Dolphin Grounds

From Kratie we go further upstream using a local bus to view the dolphin grounds in a national park protected area. In the afternoon on our return downstream we stop at a curious shrine known as the Monkey Temple on the way to moor overnight near Kampong Cham.

Day 8: Siem Reap

Early morning coach transfer to Siem Reap. Refreshments will be provided and we will stop at Kampong Thom along the way. Arrive at Siem Reap mid-afternoon.

Inclusions 
Meals: All meals & locally made soft drinks, local beer and local spirits, jugged coffee and selection of teas and tisanes, mineral water.
Transfers: Transfers between the meeting point and the ship at the start and end of a voyage.
Accommodation:6 nights on-board the Pandaw Cruise
Guide: English Speaking Guide
Gratuities: Gratuities to crew on board the Pandaw Cruise
Entrance Fees & Touring: Entrance fees & activities as per itinerary
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RV Angkor Pandaw

Built in 2012, the RV Angkor Pandaw has 16 cabins split between the main and upper deck, each spanning 170sq ft, and finished in teak and brass. The upper deck includes 6 premium staterooms, a spacious open-air lounge, air-conditioned dining room, observation deck. A library is stocked with contemporary and classic literature.

The main deck is home to 10 staterooms. All cabins have ensuite bathrooms, air-conditioning, French windows, desks, safes, storage and have the option of twin or double beds Cabins. Broad promenade decks run around the outside of the accommodation to provide each guest with a fantastic vantage point. Dining is exemplary, with a local master chef heading an experienced international culinary team who will cater for every passenger’s taste; and the boat also has a very well stocked cellar including some of the finest wines and premium brands. The 10 night Halong Bay & Red River Cruise allows travellers to explore parts of Northern Vietnam that no other cruise vessel has travelled before. Be a pioneer!

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RV Tonle Pandaw

Built in 2002, the RV Tonle Pandaw has a total of 18 upper deck and 10 main deck staterooms, each spanning 170sq ft. All cabins are spacious and designed with your comfort as the number one priority. They are finished in teak and brass making a luxurious and inviting place to stay.  All cabins have ensuite bathrooms, air-conditioning, French windows, desks, safes, storage and have the option of twin or double beds Cabins.

Broad promenade decks run around the outside of the accommodation, with chairs and tables outside each cabin to provide each guest with a fantastic vantage point. With her gorgeous upper deck saloon, observation decks and formal dining room this ship is an old favourite with a rich ambiance.  In 2013 she was fully refitted and the number of cabins reduced to just 28 in order to create a professional spa and library on the lower deck. She is not a small ship but despite her size, she has a shallow draft and can usually get up river into low water areas when other vessels are stuck well below. Pandaw is the only operator to explore Kratie and its river dolphins in the north of Cambodia (during high water level July-January). The cruise between Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap (and vice-versa) takes 7 nights, or for those short of time 3 and 4-night cruises operate, breaking the journey in Phnom Penh.

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RV Mekong Pandaw

Built in 2003, the RV Mekong Pandaw was the first vessel to attempt the journey between Vietnam and Cambodia and the only operator to explore Kratie and its river dolphins in the north of Cambodia (during high water level July-January). The vessel has been lovingly restored to an incredibly high standard. This ensures the extraordinary journey between Ho Chi Minh City and Angkor Wat is a truly remarkable experience.

The RV Mekong Pandaw has a total of 18 upper deck and 6 main deck staterooms, each spanning 170sq ft. Each has been cleverly designed to allow both space and privacy whilst you journey along the Mekong River. In keeping with the feel and style of all of Pandaw’s ships, cabins have traditional interiors. All are equipped with the modern conveniences you would expect on a luxury boat.

All cabins have ensuite bathrooms, air-conditioning, French windows, desks, safes, storage and have the option of twin or double beds Cabins. Broad promenade decks run around the outside of the accommodation. Chairs and tables are placed outside each cabin to provide each guest with a fantastic vantage point.

In 2013 she was refitted and all lower deck cabins were removed in favour of a professional spa, gym, library lounge and office. The RV Mekong Pandaw has the largest sun deck on the River and the biggest public-space-to-passenger-ration. She is quite justifiably the most splendid ship on the Mekong and the envy of anything that floats by. The cruise between Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap (and vice-versa) takes 7 nights, or for those short of time 3 and 4 night cruises operate, breaking the journey in Phnom Penh.

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CF Mekong River Cruises – RV Indochine

The RV Indochine river vessel offers a cruise – luxurious, stylish and cosy – on the Mekong. This 24-room boat measures 51 x 11 meters and boasts of detailed wood finishing. Onboard passengers can enjoy movies, fine dining, conferences, and numerous cultural activities in RV Indochine’s air conditioned bar / lounge.

The ship also has a spacious restaurant at the back of the upper deck where guests are able to relish delightful Continental and Asian cuisine. Spacious cabins are equipped with security boxes, hot-showers, central A/C and large storage space.

Cabin & Stay

  • 24 cabins – 10 upper deck/14 lower deck
  • Approximately 180 square feet/ with exquisitely fitted out with Cambodian tropical hardwoods, palm wood and straw woven into a decorative finish for a delightful authentic look
  • Large panoramic window giving you a clear view of the river
  • Bathrooms with branded fittings in an exotic natural wood surrounding
  • In room slippers and robe de chambre
  • Complimentary tea, coffee and drinking water
  • Large screen television in lounge showing movies nightly. DVD player and selection of internationally acclaimed movies are available. Also available are classic Asian and International board games and books.
  • Electric mini safe
  • In-room airconditioning
  • Imported quality linens with duvet and two kind of pillows
  • Premium mattresses
  • All beds can be converted to twin or double bed arrangements
  • Welcome flower arrangement
  • Make-up mirrors in cabin and bathroom
  • Multi-configuration plugs
  • Large closet space and under-bed storage
  • Hair dryer
  • Turndown service
  • Laundry service in Phnom Penh
  • All days snacks at the bar
  • Postcard mailing upon request

Culinary Delights

  • Local executive chef heading an experienced international culinary team
  • Semi-buffet breakfast, Semi-buffet Lunch, and seated theme dinners
  • Specially-tailored light menus available
  • Complimentary tea, coffee and drinking water
  • Extensive wine list with premium wines and liquors available
  • On board cultural performances, educational talks, cooking classes, and tours of ships and destinations
  • Welcome Drink on arrival
  • Welcome cocktail
  • Farewell Reception
  • Local and Vietnamese cuisine and special captain’s farewell dinners.
  • Nightly entertainment at the saloon bar
  • Sundeck Bar
  • 24-hour hospitality bar
  • Fresh bread and bakery upon request

Public Areas

  • A dainty shop selling local fares
  • Exhilarating lecture on board
  • Library with classic literature
  • Wireless Internet in all public areas

Complimentary Excursions

  • Admissions
  • Buffing your footwear after each excursion
  • Bottled drinking water
  • Cold towel service after excursions
  • Welcome back drink after each excursion
  • Maximum 24 guests per guide on all excursions
  • Deluxe sampans with cold towel service, fresh fruit, and tea/coffee
  • Spacious coach on all excursions (maximum of 20 passengers per coach
  • First-aid trained assistant to guide to follow on all tours and excursions

Your Well-Being

  • All crew have first-aid training
  • Fire alarm system in all cabins, public areas and back areas
  • Fire fighting system in all ship areas
  • Expert marine superintendent on-board
  • 24-hours security
  • Highest standards of hygiene onboard
  • Full insurance with reputable international marine companies

Services

  • Captain
  • First Officer
  • Chief Engineer
  • 1st Engineer
  • Electrician
  • Ship manager
  • Housekeeping
  • Dining
  • Barkeeper
  • Chefs
  • Massage therapist
  • Local tour guides
  • English and French speaking guides

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