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A Journey on the Mekong

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Cruise upstream along the mighty Mekong River through the heart of South East Asia and explore fascinating water-borne worlds, from floating villages to colourful markets. Step back in time as our journey unfolds through stunning countryside: farmers with conical hats work in fields that disappear into the distance, whilst water buffalo plough the paddies until the sun sets in a blood-red explosion of colour. Observe riverside life and the wooden houses balancing on stilts, as giggling children watch us go by.

We visit Cambodia and Siem Reap, gateway to one of the great wonders of the world – Angkor, once the world’s largest city with a staggering one million inhabitants and an incredible 200 temples. We also stay in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, beautifully located at the confluence of the Mekong and Tonle Sap and considered the most beautiful of the ‘French’ colonial cities of Indochina.

In Vietnam, the people and landscape are different, and the pace of life is faster. See the legacies of past rulers – the Chinese, Khmers, Portuguese, Japanese and French – in an eclectic mix of temples and pagodas, along with palaces, mansions and neo-classical buildings. Today, the motorcycles and western dress of the industrious youth happily co-exist with orange-clad Buddhist monks and political posters from a bygone era. Now is the time to visit these captivating and colourful destinations while so much of this distinctive heritage remains; and the best way to experience them is from the beautiful arterial waterway, the stunning Mekong River.

What’s Included:

  • 7 nights Luxury accommodation in an outside stateroom (most with outside balconies)
  • 5 nights Bed & Breakfast in a Four star hotel
  • Personalized service from a highly trained Cruise Manager during both cruise and land programs
  • Internet and Wi-Fi access
  • Award-winning onboard dining in a variety of venues
  • Regionally inspired cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients
  • Captain’s Welcome Cocktail and Dinner
  • Unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner
  • Sandwiches, snacks and refreshments served daily in the Main Lounge
  • Daily entertainment including cultural performances
  • All shore excursions, crew gratuities, meals and selected drinks included whilst on the Mekong cruise
  • Return scheduled flights from London Heathrow, Premium economy flight upgrades available at a supplement
Day 1 - Embarkation Ho Chi Minh City

You should arrive at the airport for your overnight flight to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).

Day 2 - Arrive in Saigon

After your morning arrival you will be met and transferred to the four-star Saigon Prince Hotel to stay for for two nights with breakfast.

We’ll take an introductory tour of the city. Highlights include the Reunification Palace where famously in 1975, a tank burst through its gates in the final defining moment of the Vietnam War. We also see the War Remnants Museum and the lively Ben Thanh market – a fascinating insight into Saigon’s daily life, you can find anything here, all at extremely good prices! The colonial-style central post office is a marvellous photo opportunity.

The rest of the day is at leisure.

Day 2 - Arrive in Saigon

Breakfast

Day 3 - Saigon

This will be a day to remember.

We visit the famous Cu Chi tunnels, a complex underground network stretching for 124 miles, which included hospitals, meeting rooms, sleeping quarters and kitchens.

Begun during the last years of French rule and vastly expanded during the 1960s, the tunnels provided a base for the Vietcong from which to attack US forces within just 30 miles of Saigon.

Our visit here is a fascinating insight into these troubled times: we see the tunnels themselves and examples of the many mantraps and stake pits which protected them. Despite being carpetbombed, the tunnels were never really penetrated and should you wish, you may even try out real period weapons on a firing range.

We continue through rural farming communities back to Saigon in the afternoon.

Day 3 - Saigon

Breakfast

Day 4 - Board your ship

Expectations rise during our drive to the Mekong Delta, its coconut groves swaying with the breeze, the countryside studded with pagodas and an amazing network of paddy fields, tended by farmers bent double and almost completely covered by their iconic conical hats; these are some of Vietnam’s most enduring images.

Originally called Mae Khong, ‘Mother of all Rivers’, huge volumes of water drain from the hinterland plains and the snow-clad Chinese Himalayas, surging along an epic 3,000-mile journey. Life here revolves around its waterways: the imposing sampans so typical of South East Asia for hundreds of years and the quintessential floating markets of longboats, which almost sink under the groaning weight of colourful vegetables.

Your cruise is the perfect way to discover and understand this fascinating and rapidly emerging corner of the world – a serene experience immersing you in its people and customs at a wonderfully gentle pace.

Day 4 - Board your ship

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5 - Cao Dai Temple

This morning we sail by local junk along Cai Be’s waterfront and amazing floating market, where wily sellers dangle their wares from long poles to the myriad of smaller boats in a vibrant riot of colour and noisy bartering. We visit the remarkable French Gothic cathedral, a poignant reminder of Vietnam’s colonial past.

This afternoon we cruise through Vinh Long to Sa Dec with a guided stroll through the colourful local market – an interesting comparison with this morning.

The highlight of the day is the intriguing Cao Dai Temple, centre of a unique indigenous religion, a fascinating combination of Taoism, Buddhism and Chinese Confucianism plus elements of Christianity, Islam and spiritualism. Bizarrely, its saints include Joan of Arc, Napoleon, Shakespeare and Winston Churchill! The temple itself is a striking combination of western and oriental architectural styles and mesmerising brightly coloured statues, overlooked by the religion’s all-seeing Divine Eye – it’s sure to leave you something to ponder after your visit.

Another tropical night atmospherically falls as we cruise upstream whilst enjoying another superb dinner and the kaleidoscope of truly amazing sights, sounds and scents, accompanied by the gentle waters lapping peacefully against the hull.

Day 5 - Cao Dai Temple

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Tan Chau

One of the great pleasures of river cruising is waking up somewhere completely different, and as dawn breaks, we are berthed in remote Tan Chau near Cambodia.

One of the delights of Vietnam is that so many cottage industries still thrive, offering a fascinating insight into the past.

This morning we explore Tan Chau, Vietnam’s leading silk centre producing extremely high quality and truly beautiful naturally dyed clothes.

Slipping our moorings, Vietnam slowly recedes as we cross into Cambodia and continue into the evening with a chance to enjoy pre-dinner drinks in the lounge, before another tasty dinner.

Take a stroll outside, look above and be dazzled by the luminosity of an amazing night sky, unfettered by streetlights and advertising as we cruise to Phnom Penh.

Day 6 - Tan Chau

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Phnom Penh

Called the ‘Paris of the East’ during colonial times, Phnom Penh has preserved much of its wonderful rustic charm, elegance and French allure. Sightseeing includes an exciting cyclerickshaw ride to the dazzling Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda, followed by a chance to witness exceptionally beautiful Khmer craft in the National Museum.

In homage to Cambodia’s tragic recent history, we next visit the haunting Tuol Sleng Genocide museum. Phnom Penh has some excellent markets offering fine silks, spices and high quality lacquer work, providing the perfect opportunity to hone your bargaining skills.

This evening you will be entertained by a traditional Apsara performance, where talented silk-clad dancers will dazzle you with their graceful poise and intricate hand movements, originally designed to entertain the gods. We moor overnight, enabling easy exploration of the city late into the evening, where the bustling markets, teeming street restaurants and hawkers sell literally anything, enhancing the electric ambience so typical of the emerging Far East.

Day 7 - Phnom Penh

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Phnom Penh

After another delightful breakfast, we arrive at Koh Chong, a delightful silk weaving village visiting a particularly impressive pagoda before returning to Phnom Penh for an afternoon at leisure.

You can explore its intriguing corners such as Wat Phnom, symbol of the city, perhaps the remarkable Russian market, or just relax and absorb the teeming river life.

Day 8 -  Phnom Penh

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 - Oudong

This morning we cruise into the heart of Cambodia on the Tonle River, a Mekong tributary which astonishingly changes its direction of flow between wet and dry seasons.

A remarkable ecosystem here is home to 20,000 plants species, 1,200 birds, 800 reptiles and amphibians plus 430 mammals, with 1,300 new species having been discovered since 1997.

Next we visit historic Oudong, the country’s former capital nestling at the foot of Phnom Udong, a wooded hill with impressive Buddhist spiritual monuments towering above the trees, marking the final resting place of the Khmer kings.

This afternoon we visit the peaceful Vipassana Dhura Pagoda, a revered place of meditation, followed by the charming monastery of Wat Kampong Leu, renowned for its extraordinary wall paintings.

We return by traditional local ox cart, experiencing the leisurely pace of life still pervading this wonderful country.

Day 9 - Oudong

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10 - Floating Villages

Kampong Chnang is a busy, rural port town noted for its bustling markets and mesmerising canal network. Boarding traditional long-tail boats we visit its picturesque floating village where life is conducted entirely astride the river, before a stroll through the picturesque market, a cacophony of sounds, smells and vibrant colours.

This afternoon, our final cruise crosses the Tonle Sap (Great Lake), in the rainy season South East Asia’s largest lake and critical to Cambodia’s biodiversity, with its fish staggeringly supporting 3 million people.

You may see crocodiles and turtles plus a huge variety of birdlife. Adapting to the seasonal climate, fascinating floating villages have evolved where homes and markets plus workshops, schools and surgeries amazingly rise and fall with the water level.

Because of these changes our own itinerary from day 9 to 11 may vary (the cruise described above is based on a high-water itinerary).

Day 10 - Floating Villages

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11 - Siem reap

Early this morning our river cruiser glides to a final halt, berthed in Siem Reap at the head of this stunningly beautiful lake.

We say our fond farewells to the splendid crew as you continue your exploration of Cambodia where you stay for three nights at the four-star superior Borei Angkor Hotel with breakfast.

It’s extremely comfortable with two restaurants, a large pool and spa. The rest of the day is at leisure.

Day 11 - Siem reap

Breakfast

Day 12 - Angkor Wat

Today we see the haunting soft morning light over the eerie temples of Angkor. Encircled by verdant steamy jungle, shrouded in mist and with a tropical dawn chorus reverberating in the air, this is something you will never forget.

We visit the huge, fortified 13th-century city of Angkor Thom with its five monumental gates and 91-metre wide moat; its centre contains one of Angkor’s most astonishing sites, the temple of Bayon. Crowned by over 50 towers, each with four colossal carved heads looking out in every direction, this is an extraordinary masterpiece of Khmer art.

One of the most intriguing sites is the smaller temple of Ta Prohm which has been left in its natural, unrestored state, with giant tropical trees bursting through the ruins, their roots entwined like vast tentacles across the moss-covered, weathered walls and roofs.

Late in the afternoon we see the immense temple of Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious structures in the world. The main entrance faces west to catch the rose-red glow of the setting sun, a truly magical time of day.

Day 12 - Angkor Wat

Breakfast

Day 13 - Free Day

Our last full day in Cambodia is at leisure for you to enjoy the swimming pool and facilities of your hotel, or simply explore the excellent markets and restaurants of Siem Reap.

Day 13 - Free Day

Breakfast

Day 14 - Return Flight

At the appropriate time you transfer to the airport for your flight to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) from where you connect with your return flight to the UK.

Breakfast

Day 1 - Departure

You should arrive at the airport for your overnight flight to Siem Reap via Bangkok.

Day 2 - Arrive in Siem Reap

After your late afternoon arrival, you check into the four-star superior Borei Angkor Resort & Spa Hotel for three nights with breakfast.

Relax in your extremely comfortable hotel, take a refreshing swim in the large pool or satisfy your palate with a quick bite at one of the hotel’s two restaurants.

Day 2 - Arrive in Siem Reap
Day 3 - Angkor Wat

Today we see the haunting, soft morning light over the eerie temples of Angkor. Encircled by verdant steamy jungle, shrouded in mist and with a tropical dawn chorus reverberating in the air, this is something you will never forget.

We visit the huge, fortified 13th-century city of Angkor Thom, with its five monumental gates and 91-metre-wide moat. Its centre contains one of Angkor’s most astonishing sites, the temple of Bayon – crowned by over 50 towers, each with four colossal carved heads looking out in every direction, this is an extraordinary masterpiece of Khmer art.

One of the most intriguing sites is the smaller temple of Ta Prohm which has been left in its natural, un-restored state, with giant tropical trees bursting through the ruins, their roots entwined like vast tentacles across the moss-covered, weathered walls and roofs.

Late in the afternoon we see the immense temple of Angkor Wat, one of the largest religious structures in the world. The main entrance faces due west to catch the rose-red glow of the setting sun – a truly magical time of day.

Day 3 - Angkor Wat

Breakfast

Day 4 - Free Day

The day is at leisure for you to enjoy the swimming pool and facilities of your hotel, or simply explore the excellent markets and restaurants of Siem Reap.

Day 4 - Free Day

Breakfast

Day 5 - Board your ship

Expectations rise during our morning drive to the pier at Phnom Krom, where you board either the superb four-star RV Mekong Prestige II or the RV Mekong Adventurer. Your highly professional crew, imbibed by the unique service ethic you find everywhere here, ensure you settle in to your spacious and beautifully appointed cabin.

After an excellent lunch, the journey begins with an afternoon crossing the enormously varied Tonle Sap (Great Lake), in the rainy season South East Asia’s largest lake and critical to Cambodia’s biodiversity, with its fish staggeringly supporting three million people. You may see crocodiles and turtles plus a huge variety of birdlife.

Adapting to the seasonal climate, fascinating ‘floating villages’ have evolved, where homes, markets, workshops, schools and surgeries amazingly rise and fall with the water level. Because of these water level changes, our own itinerary from days 5 to 7 may vary according to the date of travel. This description is based on a high-water itinerary.

Day 5 - Board your ship

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Oudong

Today we cruise into the heart of Cambodia on the Tonle River, a Mekong tributary, which astonishingly changes its direction of flow between wet and dry seasons. A remarkable ecosystem here is home to 20,000 plants species, 1,200 birds, 800 of reptiles and amphibians, plus 430 mammals – with 1,300 new species having been discovered since 1997.

We arrive in Kampong Chnang, a busy rural port town noted for its bustling markets and mesmerising canal network. Boarding traditional long-tail boats, we visit its picturesque floating village, where life is conducted entirely astride the river before we stroll through the picturesque market, a cacophony of sounds, smells and vibrant colours sailing towards Kampong Tralach.

After lunch on board, we travel by traditional local ox cart, experiencing the leisurely pace of life still pervading this wonderfully beautiful country to discover the charming monastery of Wat Kampong Leu, renowned for its extraordinarily beautiful wall paintings.

Taking a bus, we visit historic Oudong, the country’s former capital. We then visit the peaceful Vipassana Dhura Pagoda, a revered place of meditation, nestling at the foot of Phnom Udong, a wooded hill with impressive Buddhist spiritual monuments towering above the trees, marking the final resting place of the Khmer kings.

Day 6 - Oudong

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Phnom Penh

After another delightful breakfast, we arrive at Chong Koh or Oknathey, a delightful silk-weaving village, walking at leisure, and view a particularly impressive pagoda. This afternoon takes sail to Phnom Penh. Called the ‘Paris of the East’ during colonial times, Phnom Penh has preserved much of its wonderful rustic charm, elegance and French allure. Take the afternoon at leisure to explore its intriguing corners such as Wat Phnom, symbol of the city after which the city was named.

This evening you will be entertained by a traditional Apsara performance, where talented silk-clad dancers dazzle you with their graceful poise and intricate hand movements, originally designed to entertain the gods. Phnom Penh has some excellent markets offering fine silks, spices and high-quality lacquer work, providing the perfect opportunity to hone your bargaining skills.

We moor overnight, enabling easy exploration of the city where late into the evening, the bustling markets, teeming street restaurants and hawkers selling literally anything, enhance the vibrant and electric ambience so typical of the emerging Far East.

Day 7 - Phnom Penh

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Phnom Penh

Today’s sightseeing includes an exciting visit to the dazzling, white-and-gold Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda, followed by a chance to witness exceptionally beautiful Khmer craft in the National Museum.

In homage to Cambodia’s tragic recent history, this afternoon we visit the haunting Tuol Sleng Genocide museum. Alternatively, perhaps visit the remarkable Russian market, or just relax and catch up on some reading or simply absorb the teeming river life.

Day 8 - Phnom Penh

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 -Crossing into Vietnam

Slipping our moorings, Cambodia slowly recedes as we cross into Vietnam, passing timeless villages and river life with extensive fishing activities.

Day 9 -Crossing into Vietnam

Breakfast, Lunch & dinner

Day 10 - Tan Chau

One of the great pleasures of river cruising is waking up somewhere completely different and as dawn breaks, we are berthed in remote Tan Chau.

One of the delights of Vietnam is that so many cottage industries still thrive, offering a fascinating insight into the past. This morning we explore Tan Chau, Vietnam’s leading silk centre producing extremely high quality and truly beautiful, naturally dyed clothes.

Following an exciting rickshaw ride around the town, we are taken back to lunch on board as our leisurely navigation continues.

Day 10 - Tan Chau

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11 - Cao Dai Temple

Awake in Sa Dec, where we take a guided stroll through the colourful local market. The highlight of the day though, is the intriguing Cao Dai Temple, centre of a unique indigenous religion, a fascinating combination of Taoism, Buddhism and Chinese Confucianism plus elements of Christianity, Islam and spiritualism. Bizarrely, its saints include Joan of Arc, Napoleon, Shakespeare and Winston Churchill! The temple itself is a striking combination of western and oriental architectural styles and mesmerising brightly coloured statues, overlooked by the religion’s all-seeing Divine Eye – it’s sure to leave you something to ponder after your visit.

Day 11 - Cao Dai Temple

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 12 - Saignon

Early this morning the Mekong Prestige II glides to a final halt, berthing in My Tho. After breakfast, we say our fond farewells to the splendid crew and continue our exploration of Vietnam. After a stop at the picturesque Cholon market and a lacquer workshop, we journey to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) where we stay for two nights at the four-star Saigon Prince Hotel with breakfast.

We take an introductory tour of the city, seeing highlights including the Reunification Palace where famously in 1975, a tank burst through its gates in the final defining moment of the Vietnam War. We also see the War Remnants Museum and get a glimpse into daily Saigon life at the lively Ben Thanh market, where you can find anything here at extremely good prices. The Notre Dame Cathedral and the colonial-style central post office here provide marvellous photo opportunities. The rest of the day is at leisure.

Day 12 - Saignon

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 13 - Saignon

This will be a day to remember – we visit the famous Cu Chi tunnels, a complex underground network stretching for 124 miles which included hospitals, meeting rooms, sleeping quarters and kitchens. Begun during the last years of French rule and vastly expanded during the 1960s, the tunnels provided a base for the Vietcong from which to attack US forces within just 30 miles of Saigon.

Our visit here is a fascinating insight into these troubled times: we see the tunnels themselves and examples of the many mantraps and stake pits which protected them. Despite being carpet-bombed, the tunnels were never penetrated, and should you wish, you may try out real period weapons on a firing range. We continue through rural farming communities back to Saigon, where the rest of the day is at leisure.

Day 13 - Saignon

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 14 Return Flight

You should arrive at the airport for your overnight flight home.

Breakfast

Day 15 - Arrive Home

You arrive home.

One of the most popular river ships on the Mekong and operated by a French-Vietnamese joint venture, the RV Mekong Prestige II was launched in 2013 and features 32 spacious staterooms.

Spread out over three decks, there’s plenty of outdoor and indoor space to relax in. At the very top of the ship is the spacious Sun Deck, with a large plunge pool and plenty of sun loungers which you can relax on under the awning or in the sun and affording the best views of the river life around the ship.

The bar and comfortable air-conditioned lounge are also on the same deck, as is the ship’s small spa and fitness room.

The restaurant is located on the Upper Deck and is bright and airy with fine linen and excellent service and can accommodate all guests in one sitting.

The décor is a fusion of contemporary Asian design with lots of polished teak, together with the intimate ambience and service of a boutique hotel. Just imagine yourself relaxing in the large plunge pool as the busy life of the river slips by and enjoying a sundowner on the Sun Deck, leaning over the rail and being part of the ever-changing and fascinating life of the Mekong all around you.

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • 32 outside staterooms and suites with private balconies
  • Sun deck with sun-shades, deck chairs & loungers and plunge pool
  • Classically styled restaurant with open seating
  • Breakfast , Lunch and Dinner with house wine and beer included
  • Complimentary Tea & Coffee available all day as are non alcoholic drinks
  • Spacious airconditioned lounge and bar
  • Spa & Fitness Suite

Accommodation & Amenities

This lovely river cruise vessel, launched in late 2013, features just 32 spacious staterooms 215 sq.ft serviced by a wonderful crew of 30 staff.

All staterooms feature full length glass doors leading out onto your own balcony, luxury en suites with shower, bathrobes and hairdryer.  twin beds (which can be made into a double).

2 Junior suites at 258 sq.ft include a larger balcony and are beautifully decorated and are located at the Bow of the ship on the main deck and feature a queen sized bed, full bath and separate shower.

2 Terrace suites are larger at 290 sq.ft and included the same facilities as the Junior suites

Terrace Suite

290 ft² -Upper Deck

  • Suite size: 290 sq. ft.
  • Larger balcony area
  • Queen size beds
  • Bathroom with bath tub and separate shower
  • Full-length panoramic sliding glass doors leading to a private balcony
  • Luxurious en-suite bathroom with shower & WC, hair dryer and bathrobes
  • Hotel style beds with fine cotton bed linen, twin or double arrangement.
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • Armchairs, & coffee table, writing desk and safe
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning

Junior Suite

258 ft² – Upper Deck

  • Suite size: 258 sq. ft.
  • Larger balcony area
  • Queen size beds
  • Bathroom with bath tub and separate shower
  • Full-length panoramic sliding glass doors leading to a private balcony
  • Luxurious en-suite bathroom with shower & WC, hair dryer and bathrobes
  • Hotel style beds with fine cotton bed linen, twin or double arrangement.
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • armchairs, & coffee table, writing desk and safe
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning

Staterooms

215 ft² – Main & Upper Deck

  • Cabin size: 215 sq. ft.
  • Full-length panoramic sliding glass doors leading to a private balcony
  • Luxurious en-suite bathroom with shower & WC, hair dryer and bathrobes
  • Hotel style beds with fine cotton bed linen, twin or double arrangement.
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • armchairs, & coffee table, writing desk and safe
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning

One of the most popular river ships on the Mekong and operated by a French-Vietnamese joint venture, the RV Mekong Adventurer was launched in 2014 and features 30 spacious staterooms.

Spread out over three decks, there’s plenty of outdoor and indoor space to relax in. At the very top of the ship is the spacious Sun Deck, with a large plunge pool and plenty of sun loungers which you can relax on under the awning or in the sun and affording the best views of the river life around the ship.

The bar and comfortable air-conditioned lounge are also on the same deck, as is the ship’s small spa and fitness room.

The restaurant is located on the Upper Deck and is bright and airy with fine linen and excellent service and can accommodate all guests in one sitting.

The décor is a fusion of contemporary Asian design with lots of polished teak, together with the intimate ambience and service of a boutique hotel. Just imagine yourself relaxing in the large plunge pool as the busy life of the river slips by and enjoying a sundowner on the Sun Deck, leaning over the rail and being part of the ever-changing and fascinating life of the Mekong all around you.

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • 32 outside staterooms and suites with private balconies
  • Sun deck with sun-shades, deck chairs & loungers and plunge pool
  • Classically styled restaurant with open seating
  • Breakfast , Lunch and Dinner with house wine and beer included
  • Complimentary Tea & Coffee available all day as are non alcoholic drinks
  • All shore excursions, crew gratuities, meals and selected drinks included whilst on the Mekong cruise
  • Spacious airconditioned lounge and bar
  • Spa & Fitness Suite

Accommodation & Amenities

This lovely river cruise vessel, launched in late 2013, features just 30 spacious staterooms 215 sq.ft serviced by a wonderful crew of 30 staff.

All staterooms feature full length glass doors leading out onto your own balcony, luxury en suites with shower, bathrobes and hairdryer.  twin beds (which can be made into a double).

2 Junior suites at 290 sq.ft include a larger balcony and are beautifully decorated and are located at the Bow of the ship on the main deck and feature a queen size or twin beds, full bath and separate shower.

2 Terrace suites are larger at 537 sq.ft and included the same facilities as the Junior suites

Deluxe Suite

537 ft² -Upper Deck

  • Suite size: 537 sq. ft.
  • Larger balcony area
  • Queen size beds
  • Luxurious en-suite bathroom  from the main bedroom with shower & WC, hair dryer and bathrobes
  • Second bathroom off the living area
  • Living area with sofa bed
  • Full-length panoramic sliding glass doors leading to a private balcony
  • Hotel style beds with fine cotton bed linen, twin or double arrangement.
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • Armchairs, & coffee table, writing desk and safe
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning
  • Flat screen LCD TV with DVD player

Junior Suite

290 ft² – Upper Deck

  • Suite size: 290 sq. ft.
  • Larger balcony area
  • Queen size beds
  • Bathroom with bath tub and separate shower
  • Full-length panoramic sliding glass doors leading to a private balcony
  • Luxurious en-suite bathroom with shower & WC, hair dryer and bathrobes
  • Hotel style beds with fine cotton bed linen, twin or double arrangement.
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • armchairs, & coffee table, writing desk and safe
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning

Staterooms

215 ft² – Main & Upper Deck

  • Cabin size: 215 sq. ft.
  • Full-length panoramic sliding glass doors leading to a private balcony
  • Luxurious en-suite bathroom with shower & WC, hair dryer and bathrobes
  • Hotel style beds with fine cotton bed linen, twin or double arrangement.
  • A bed turn down service operates during dinner
  • armchairs, & coffee table, writing desk and safe
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning

Why Choose This Cruise?

Riviera Travel’s river cruises have caused a bit of a revolution in the UK market and sell more river cruises in the UK than any other river cruise line.  Riviera’s 30 years of land-touring experience are carried into their river cruise excursions, providing good value off ship experiences.  Whilst some may require higher levels of inclusions and finer dining, Riviera’s river cruises deliver consistently high standards for their loyal UK customers.

DepartShipEmbarkFrom  
Jan 12Mekong AdventurerSaigon£3349Cabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3349  
Upper DeckJunior Suite333 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckDeluxe Suite537 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Jan 18Mekong AdventurerSaigonPlease CallCabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckJunior Suite333 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckDeluxe Suite537 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Mar 4Mekong Prestige IISaigon£3359Cabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3359  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3559  
Main DeckJunior Suite258 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckTerrace Suite290 ft², Outside Balcony£4259  
Mar 9Mekong AdventurerSaigon£3359Cabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3359  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3559  
Upper DeckJunior Suite333 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckDeluxe Suite537 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Mar 29Mekong AdventurerSaigon£2799Cabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£2799  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£2999  
Upper DeckJunior Suite333 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckDeluxe Suite537 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Apr 1Mekong Prestige IISaigonPlease CallCabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Main DeckJunior Suite258 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckTerrace Suite290 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Sep 30Mekong Prestige IISaigon£3399Cabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3399  
Main DeckJunior Suite258 ft², Outside Balcony£3699  
Upper DeckTerrace Suite290 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Oct 14Mekong Prestige IISaigon£3299Cabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3299  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3499  
Main DeckJunior Suite258 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckTerrace Suite290 ft², Outside Balcony£4199  
Oct 28Mekong Prestige IISaigon£3359Cabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3359  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3559  
Main DeckJunior Suite258 ft², Outside Balcony£3859  
Upper DeckTerrace Suite290 ft², Outside Balcony£4259  
Nov 11Mekong Prestige IISaigon£3359Cabin Upgrades
Main DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3359  
Upper DeckStateroom215 ft², Outside Balcony£3559  
Main DeckJunior Suite258 ft², Outside BalconySold  
Upper DeckTerrace Suite290 ft², Outside BalconySold  


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