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.
There is little to separate the Jahan and Jayavarman cruises in quality – not surprising as they have the same owners. The main differences are an Indian inspired design on the Jahan, more spacious entry level cabins and the inclusion of a swimming pool. The last part might be the clincher as cooling down in the river is not an option…
3 night options from Phnom Penh to Saigon or vice versa (Pearl of the Orient)
3 night option from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh (Serenity Cruise)
4 night options from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh or vice versa (Serenity Cruise)
7 night options from Siem Reap to Saigon or vice versa (Lost Civilization)
Itineraries vary according to high or low water levels.
12 Superior cabins are located on the Main Deck and 8 Deluxe cabins on the Upper Deck. 4 Signature Suites, 1 Taj Suite & 1 Lord Byrons Suite offer some intriguing upgrade options. All cabins come with their own private balcony.
Next to the bar on the Terrace Deck, the Viceroy Dining Hall is spread out on the top of the ship where you can enjoy al-fresco dining. Savour lavish buffet breakfasts complete with juices and freshly brewed tea and coffee. Expect to relish exotic fruits, organic vegetables, fish and prawns as you cruise. The East India Club funnel bar is the place to enjoy a morning coffee or a pre-dinner cocktail.
Soak up the atmosphere at the East India Club; soak in the Jacuzzi on the Pool Deck; relax in the Observatory Lounge; or enjoy a pampering massage in the Apsara Spa. With three decks, this vessel offers all the amenities of a fine resort, including a fitness centre and steam rooms.