Calabasas, CA – (Apr. 14, 2016) – AmaWaterways today announced that it has enhanced its “Vietnam, Cambodia & the Riches of the Mekong” itinerary, providing travelers with even more options to experience Southeast Asia.

“We are delighted to introduce flexible new itineraries on the fabled Mekong River this year,” said Kristin Karst, Executive Vice President and Co-owner of AmaWaterways. “Whether it is the direction in which the cruise sails or the numerous included excursions we offer, we truly believe in bringing our guests the widest array of vacation options possible. Now passengers that are seeking a shorter, yet still immersive trip can choose our 10-night itineraries, which include a visit to the must-see Angkor Wat in Siem Reap.

AmaWaterways’ “Vietnam, Cambodia & the Riches of the Mekong” sailings offer an unforgettable and exotic experience along the Mekong River. Travelers booking this itinerary will enjoy immersive cultural excursions such as touring the temples of Angkor Archeological Park, visiting the picturesque lakeside wetlands via a motor boat, a Buddhist monastery (pictured right), the royal palace in Phnom Penh, a full-day exploration of Xeo Quyt, and rice paper and candy-making workshop in Cai Be.

AmaDara, which debuted in August 2015, features an innovative design, boasting 62 extra-spacious staterooms and luxury suites, as well as the intimate Chef’s Table specialty restaurant in addition to the main dining room. Each well-appointed stateroom includes a French Balcony with a second full-sized step-out balcony. The ship’s interior is reflective of Elegant French Colonial décor, while inspired by Southeast Asia with authentic Mekong artifacts and accents. Guests sailing aboard AmaDara will delight in an array of comfortable amenities including three spas, a fitness center and a refreshing sun deck with swimming pool. Complimentary unlimited wine is available with lunch and dinner; complimentary house spirits, local beer, soft drinks and bottled water are available all day.

Contact: AMA Waterways