River cruising is the ideal way to explore Cambodia, see the Mighty
Mekong and cruise from Saigon or Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. There is no need to unpack
suitcase each day as new destinations are explored along the way. From day cruises to
long exploration, sailing to small villages and experiencing life along the river, this
the quintessential way to discover Indochina.
The MS Aqua Mekong has set new standards for Mekong river cruising. With 20 Design Suites explore the Mekong River in style between Cambodia and Vietnam. Small skiffs, cycling and kayaks allow guests to get closer to the river and local life during shore excursions off the vessel.
Toum Tiou II, naturally a sister of Toum Tiou I, offers a similar river cruise, albeit with 14 cabins. The low draft of the vessels means smaller villages and greater distance can be cruised when comparing to the larger boats on a similar route.
With just 27 cabins, the Jayavarman sails between Cambodia and Vietnam and combines the art deco charm of 1930’s France with the romance of Indochine. With three and half decks the spacious vessel offers the chance to experience the river in the same way as the earliest explorers.
With just 26 cabins, the Jahan is considered the most romantic of cruise vessels with an elegant design inspired by an Indian emperor. Sailing the same routes between Cambodia and Vietnam as the sister Jayavarman cruise, a few days or a week on board is the ideal way to explore the Indochine waterways.
Spend a week on board Toum Tiou I (also called Toum Teav) to combine the bustling cities of Saigon and Phnom Penh with a Mekong River cruise. With just 10 cabins this small and personal cruise offers longer cruising and smaller destinations to be visited in comparison to the larger vessels.