Q: When is a cruise not a ‘cruise’? A: When it is the “Jayavaraman”. Plying the route from bustling Saigon (Ho Chi Min) in Vietnam to the the magnificent Angkor Wat in Cambodia, this beautiful boutique cruise ship was inspired by the French colonial avante garde style and the Indochinese influence in this region.
With 4 decks and only 27 staterooms and 800 m² of public space no compromise has been made on luxury and guest experience and the rooms have been furnished to an extraordinary level. Connoisseurs will want to look at the ‘Boa Dai’ and ‘Jayavarman’ staterooms, though all the staterooms are superb.
We recommend sailing the entire route from Saigon, to My Tho, Cai Be, Chau Doc, Phnom Penh, Kampong Cham and finally Siem Reap (or VV of course).
High Season Price: Fr: £2008 per person.