With increasing demand for river cruise experiences, Travel Indochina introduced a brand new boutique-style river cruise liner, The Jahan, to its product offerings. The Jahan is the smallest and most luxurious cruise boat to wind through the majestic Mekong Delta between Vietnam and Cambodia.
From the bustling city of Saigon to Siem Reap, gateway to the spectacular Temples of Angkor, the Jahan has just 26 spacious luxury cabins, including two elegant Jacuzzi Suites. With a maximum passenger capacity of 52, the liner offers an intimate cruising experience with internationally renowned service standards guaranteed to please the most discerning travelers, with exceptional personalized service.
The Jahan boasts the largest cabins on the Mekong featuring king size beds, private balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows providing passengers incomparable panoramas of the region’s scenery. Aboard The Jahan, guests can enjoy everything at their own pace, including the restaurant, bar, pool, observation decks, gymnasium, spa and steam bath, followed by the temptation of world class cuisine.
“The popularity of river cruising has grown significantly in the past few years,” said Mark Yacker, director of Marketing and Sales for Travel Indochina. “What really excites our passengers is that with Travel Indochina’s river cruises, they can discover these exotic destinations and select from a range of itineraries to suit their interests. Â And with the opportunity to combine cruises with our most popular small group journeys, our travelers can create a truly customized experience.”
Travelers can select from a range of Travel Indochina cruise itineraries on The Jahan:
The Lost Civilization Â 8 days – start Saigon end Siem Reap
Saigon to Angkor Â 12 days – start Saigon, end Siem Reap
4 Cities & the Mekong Â 15 days – start Hanoi, end Siem Reap
Vietnam, Cambodia & the Mekong Â 19 days – start Hanoi, end Siem Reap
Travel Indochina also offers a wide selection of river cruises on the Jayavarman, Â a 20th century boutique style cruise liner that is French colonial in design and feel, making it another perfect vessel for a Mekong River cruise. Itineraries range from 8, 12, 15 & 19 day cruises.
Save five percent off the cruise fare with Early Bird discounts if booked six months in advance. Year round departure dates and additional itineraries are available through your travel agent, at www.travelindochina.com or by calling (800) 342-1957.
Nice. I think an experience in this cruise will be unforgettable. I love going on cruises. It provides high level of relaxation, comfort and enjoyment. Hope to go on a cruise soon.
Is Indo China a joint venture by India and China? The names of the cruises sound Indian 🙂
Hello Azeem – Indochina is a region in Southeast Asia that lies between China and India, combining Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. The origins of the name come from the French, Indochine, as a combination of the names of “China” and “India”, and was adopted when French colonizers in Vietnam began expanding their territory to bordering countries. An extremely interesting destination!