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RV Jayavarman Cruise Tour Vietnam Cambodia 8 Days

Upstream: Saigon - My Tho - Cai be - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh - Kampong Cham - Wat Hanchey- Kampong Chhnang - Tonle Sap - Siem Reap

Downstream: Siem Reap - Tonle Sap - Kampong Chhnang - Wat Hanchey - Kampong Cham - Phnom Penh - Chau Doc - Cai be - My Tho - Saigon

Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City - My Tho (D)

“The Mekong Blues”
Bid farewell to the hustle and bustle of Saigon as we travel 70 kilometers south by land to My Tho to embark your boutique ship. We will be served a refreshing welcome drink as the Ship steadily glides along the Mekong. We will bathe in the fading sunset on the balcony followed by a briefing at the lounge. Later, a welcome dinner awaits us. When approaching Cai Be, the ship drops anchor to moor midstream where the river is several kilometers wide.
 

Day 2: Cai Be - Sa Dec - Chau Doc (B, L, D)

“Vietnamese Inventiveness”
The day - in fact everyday - starts with an invigorating tai-chi lesson on the sundeck, just as the sun begins its gentle glow. Coffee and tea awaits the early bird.

The day’s tour starts with a visit to Cai Be’s boisterous and colorful floating market on board a traditional sampan*. During the languid ride, discover breathtaking landscapes along the river and quaff the rustic life on the Mekong Delta. The cruise will halt intermittenly to allow us to observe how rice paste, rice cookies and coconut candies are made, along with the Longan fruit drying process. After touring the canals, we head to an ancient house surrounded by fruit orchards before heading to the ship for lunch.

In the afternoon we cruise to Sa Dec. Upon arrival, we embark a traditional sampan* to tour Binh Thanh Island and its man-made canals. Here, every villager is involved in the process of growing and processing water hyacinths into natural fibre floor mats and rattan baskets. We then board the Ship for a tranquil evening cruise towards Chau Doc. The Ship will moor midstream overnight.

*sampan - a flat bottomed traditional Vietnamese wooden boat
 

Day 3: Chau Doc - border crossing (B, L, D)

“Circus of fish”
Welcome to the fish sanctuary of Vietnam. Begin your day with a hearty breakfast at the Indochine Dining Hall or in the quiet sanctuary of your balcony.  Brace yourself for a short excursion in Chau Doc, a pleasant town near the Cambodian border with sizeable Chinese, Kinh and Khmer communities. We will also visit the colorful local market near an ancient temple. This is followed by a trip to the quay, where we will be feted to a boat excursion to the floating villages and rustic catfish farms.

We will certainly enjoy watching schools of basa fish being fed by hand followed by a shore excursion to the local Cham Muslim community village. Then, it is back to the ship for a mouth-watering lunch.

By mid-afternoon, the cruise liner will make its way to the border for Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. It is an opportune time to relax on-board, sharpen your culinary skills with our hands-on cooking classes or tour the ship with our impeccable Cruise Director. Or, better yet, do all three. “The Highway Blues” beckon as we float into a state of mild bliss caused by the hypnotic murmur of the ship’s engine. After hours of cruising, we will feel the rush of entering into a new country and to embrace new adventures.
 

Day 4: Phnom Penh (B, L, D)

“Pearl of the East” 
Phnom Penh was once the Paris of the East. Despite its rapid development, it has retained a lot of its rustic charm and elegance. After breakfast, we will be captivated by a comprehensive lecture on Cambodia’s modern history. This will be followed by a city tour of this dynamic, historical capital city of Cambodia which has managed to preserve huge slices of its French colonial allure. Sightseeing in the morning will include visiting the dazzling white and gold edifice of the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda, and witnessing exceptionally beautiful Khmer craft at the National Museum.

After lunch at a local restaurant, we will visit the Genocide museum and the Killing Field in town. Be prepared to be heart wrenched by this stark reminder of the genocide that transpired during Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.

We go back to the ship after our museum visit. A variety of cocktails will be served followed by a traditional Apsara dance performance onboard. Experience the brilliance and richness of this culture, the soothing sounds of traditional music, the calming scent of incense sticks and a barbeque on the sundeck. It is indeed a truly marvelous experience, dining in the open with the stars and the moon as our companions.
 

Day 5: Phnom Penh - Kampong Cham (B, L, D)

“Along the Mekong”
We will depart before the break of dawn from Phnom Penh with a stop at the little known Chong Koh silk weaving village. We will then return to the ship and will cruise past the Mekong’s tranquil villages, exhilirating river life and sun-hardened fishermen on their make shift boats.

We will tour the rural Angkor Ban village where time stood still. We are transported back a hundred years into an era unsullified by modernity. The houses here are truly rustic, made by hand and without any concrete. But most of all, we feel overwhelmed by the unbridled warmth of the villagers.

Travelers can take part in the daily activities of the villagers to experience village life first hand. Then, we are back to the Ship to cruise towards Kampong Cham.
 

Day 6: Kampong Cham - Wat Hanchey (B, L, D)

“Cambodia’s quaint province and the wetlands”
We will wake up in the small hours of the morning, truly energized to embark on a land journey to the pre-Angkorian temple of Wat Hanchey. Travelers either take a motor-taxi or climb the 291 steps to the top. Located at the top of a hill overlooking the river, it offers one of the most breath-taking views in Cambodia. Built in the 8th century, this ancient structure, together with a bigger and newer addition underscores the superb architecture of the Chenla Empire which predates the mighty Angkor temple complex. We even get to engage in light banter with some of the monks in the area. We will return to the ship to witness a blessing ceremony performed by orange-clad local monks.

When the tide allows, we will enjoy a surprise sojourn in our zodiacs (inflatable boats) to the nearby beach to swim in the tea-coloured Mekong river, an experience that will, no doubt, dominate dinner conversations in the weeks to come.
We wil then cruise towards Kampong Cham to visit Wat Nokor, a wat built within the ruins of an ancient temple which holds a timeless story. On the way back to the ship, we will visit an orphanage. Along the way, we will have to maneuver a 2-kilometer rickety bamboo bridge. Our sense of balance lies in the balance! 
 

Day 7: Kampong Cham - Kampong Chhnang (B, L, D)

“Waterworld”
Before the sun peeks over the horizon, the cruiser sets sail towards Kampong Chhnang on the Tonle Sap River – an amazingly narrow river - which glides through leafy swaths of the Southeast Asian jungle. We are greeted by cacophonous children who waive enthusiastically early in the morning when they bring their livestock for a bath in the meandering Tonle Sap River. Then we approach Kampong Chhnang, Cambodia’s “waterworld” where everything is on stilts balanced on rich water rich soil - it’s an awesome sight whilst practising Tai Chi on the deck. Here we take a motorboat excursion to the landing, followed by a short bus trip to see the Khmer-styled pottery at the Aundaung Russey village. Then, it is back to the river for an adventurous motorboat excursion to the wetlands, floating houses and fish farms in the region. We then return to the ship for lunch whilst cruising the narrow and meandering Tonle Sap.
 
The water level rises and drops considerably throughout the year. Thus, our journey begins in high or low water after lunch.
 
High Water Program (approx. between August and middle of December)
Your floating sanctuary will then cruise gently, in the afternoon, along the narrow and meandering Tonle Sap. In the evening, a sumptious spread will be served. And for the big surprise - bring along your dance shoes and learn to jiggle the Cambodian way with our staff doubling up as dance instructors. (If you can’t dance, do not fret. Neither can our staff)
 
Low Water Program (approx. between middle of December and August September)
When we reach Kampong Tralach, we will disembark in a traditional ox cart rally before being introduced to the pro bono “literacy project”.

This is the day to truly experience rural Khmer life. In the evening, a sumptious spread will be served. And for the big surprise - bring along your dance shoes and learn to jiggle the Cambodian way with our staff doubling up as dance instructors.
 

Day 8: Tonle Sap - Siem Reap

“Angkor Awaits”
This great lake dominates Cambodia and is the largest freshwater lake in Asia with abundant birdlife. This lake is so wide that one can not see its shores from the middle of the lake. Enjoy the stillness of the water and the quiet tranquility on the way to Siem Reap.   
 
The water level varies a great deal according to the time of the year and the amount of rainfall recorded. Thus, minor changes to the itinerary may occur during different seasons.  Our cruise aboard our cruise liner comes to an end as we reach this city of the fabled Angkor temple complex. We bid farewell to the cruise as our journey comes to a close. But the memories - and the friendships made on board - linger on for a lot longer.
 
High Water Program (approx. between August and middle of December)
We will cross the Tonle Sap Lake at dawn and at 9:00 am, we will disembark at the Siem Reap Port for onward coach transfer to the drop off point in town.
Including Breakfast.
 
Low Water Program (approx. between middle of December and August September)
We will cruise in the early morning to Prek K’dam where we will disembark The Ship after breakfast. We will take a walk through the silversmith village of Koh Chen where the entire community of villagers are involved in making various silver items for sale before boarding a coach at 9:00 am for transfer to the drop off point. We get to munch on snacks and enjoy cold drinks along the journey. We will stop  briefly at Skon, known as Spiderville for its fried spiders, a delicacy in this country then we will arrive in Siem Reap in the early afternoon.
Including Breakfast, Lunch box.
 
Although it is our intention to operate the itinerary as detailed proposal, we will do our utmost to stick to the set itinerary, however we cannot be held responsible for any last minute changes that might occur. It may be necessary to make some changes as a result of climatic conditions, alterations to cruise schedules or other operational factors.
 

Prices & Departure Dates

Departure Dates in 2014
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
June
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
4, 18
1, 15 1, 15, 29 12 Maintenance 12, 26 9, 23 6, 20 4, 18
1, 15, 29
13, 27
Departure Dates in 2015
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
June
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
10, 24
7, 21
7, 21
4
Maintenance
-
-
-
-
-
-
Prices quoted in US$ nett per person
Cabin

01 Jan - 31 Mar

 01 Apr - 30 Apr

01 Jun - 04 Oct

05 Oct - 18 Oct

19 Oct - 31 Dec

Double

Single

Double

Single
Double
Single
Double
Single

Double

Single

Superior

2780

4170

2220

3320

1840

2750

2220

3320

2780

4170

Deluxe

3310

4960

2640

3960

2090

3170

2640

3960

3310

4960

Signature

3540

5320

2830

4260

2270

3410

2830

4260

3540

5320

Cruise inclusive of:

  • Entrance fees
  • Transportation
  • Tour guide services (English speaking)
  • Taxes, fuel, pilots, port dues
  • Full board
  • Welcome and farewell dinner, mineral water, coffee and tea during breakfast

Cruise exclusive of:

  • Phnom Penh port taxes per passenger of 65 USD levied by the Cambodian Port
  • Authority Gratuities
  • Visa
  • Fuel surcharges if available
Note:
  • Peak season surcharge - 250 USD for the New Years Eve cruise and Christmas cruise per cabin.
  • Extra bed supplement - 70% off on regular cruise price (price per cabin). Extra beds are available in Deluxe rooms only.
  • Single occupancy - 25% off on regular cruise price

Day 1: Siem Reap - Kampong Chhnang (L, D)

“Waterworld”
The Tonle Sap (The Great Lake) is the flowing heart of Cambodia, giving love and life to this nation. The Tonle Sap has more fish than any other lake in the world  and is home to an incredible variety of birds, including rare - and endangered - feathered life. The water level rises and drops considerably throughout the year. Thus, our journey begins in high or low water.
 
High water program (approx. between August and December)
At 12:30 pm, we gather at the meeting point followed by a quick transfer to the boutique ship.  The ever-smiling crew welcomes us with unbridled warmth. A refreshing welcome drink awaits us followed by a sumptuous lunch on the ship.

Then, it is a lazy afternoon as the ship glides along the water. Dinner is at Indochine Dining Hall. Enjoy a spectacular experience on the sun-deck as we bathe in the glow of the moon and the radiance of the stars.
The ship then moors overnight on The Great Lake.
 
Low water program (approx. between December and August)
At 8:00 am, we gather at the meeting point and join a transfer to Prek K’Dam on the Tonle Sap River. We get to munch on snacks and enjoy cold drinks along the journey. We stop  briefly at Skon, known as Spiderville for its fried spiders, a delicacy in this country.

We will embark the Ship in Prek K’Dam followed by a welcome drink. The Ship then sets sail upstream towards Kampong Chhnang. 

We wind our way through the river, you feel at one with nature, a measured peace with the environment and the community.

Later that evening, we meet and greet our fellow passengers, our brothers-in-arms in our soon-to-be matchless experience at a briefing at the Henry Mouhot Lounge. This is followed by a welcome dinner at the Indochine Dining Hall.
Including Lunch box, Dinner.
 

Day 2: Kampong Chhnang - Kampong Cham (B, L, D)

“Cambodia’s province and the wetlands”
 
High water program
The day - in fact everyday - starts with an invigorating Tai Chi lesson on the sundeck, just as the sun begins its slow rise. Coffee and tea awaits the early bird. Before dawn, the Ship sets sail across the Tonle Sap Lake. As the ship is about to exit the lake, we see spectacular marshlands floating along the river banks of Kampong Chhnang province.
The afternoon cruise continues with a languid meander along the Tonle Sap, which narrows through leafy swaths of the Southeast Asian jungle. Here, the river is very narrow and we are greeted by kids waving enthusiastically at us from the banks.

Follow a short bus trip to the see the Khmer-styled pottery at the Aundaung Russey village. We then embark on a truly marvelous motorboat excursion from Kampong Chhnang to see the wetlands, floating houses and fish farms in the region before reaching Kampong Cham in the evening.

Further down the river we take part in an ox cart rally before being introduced to the pro bono “literacy project”.
 
Low water program
Kampong Chhnang is a busy rural port town with bustling markets and boisterous children who wave and greet us as we arrive on ship. We will take a short bus trip to see the Khmer-styled pottery at the Aundaung Russey village. Followed by a rugged motor boat excursion into the wetlands that form the mouth of the river. Of considerable interest are the great fish traps, some half a kilometer long, which net a gargantuan amount of  fish after each monsoon rain as the trawl migrate from the falling lake to the Tonle Sap.

The afternoon cruise continue with a languid meander along the Tonle Sap, which narrows through leafy swaths of the Southeast Asian jungle. Here, the river is very narrow and we are greeted by kids waving enthusiastically at us from the banks. 

Further down the river we take part in an ox cart rally before being introduced to the pro bono “literacy project”.

Dinner awaits at Indochine Dining Hall while the Ship cruises through Phnom Penh to reach Kampong Cham late in the evening.
 

Day 3: Kampong Cham - Wat Hanchey (B, L, D)

“Monks and hilltops”
We will wake up in the small hours of the morning, truly energized to embark on a land journey to the pre-Angkorian temple of Wat Hanchey. Travelers either take a motor-taxi or climb the 291 steps to the top. Located at the top of a hill overlooking the river, it offers one of the most breath-taking views in Cambodia. Built in the 8th century, this ancient structure, together with a bigger and newer addition underscores the superb architecture of the Chenla Empire which predates the mighty Angkor temple complex. We even get to engage in light banter with some of the monks in the area. We will return to the ship to witness a blessing ceremony performed by orange-clad local monks.

When the tide allows, we will enjoy a surprise sojourn in our zodiacs (inflatable boats) to the nearby bank to swim in the tea-coloured Mekong river, an experience that will, no doubt, dominate dinner conversations in the weeks to come.
We will then cruise towards Kampong Cham to visit Wat Nokor, a wat built within the ruins of an ancient temple which holds a timeless story. On the way back to the ship, we will visit an orphanage. Along the way, we will have to maneuver a 2-kilometer rickety bamboo bridge. Our sense of balance lies in the balance! 
 

Day 4: Phnom Penh (B, L, D)

“Pearl of the East”
Phnom Penh was once the Paris of the East. Despite its rapid development, it has retained a lot of its rustic charm and elegance. After breakfast, we will be captivated by a comprehensive lecture on Cambodia’s modern history. This will be followed by a city tour of this dynamic, historical capital city of Cambodia which has managed to preserve huge slices of its French colonial allure. Sightseeing in the morning will include visiting the dazzling white and gold edifice of the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda, and witnessing exceptionally beautiful Khmer craft at the National Museum.

After lunch at a local restaurant, we will visit the Genocide museum and the Killing Field in town. Be prepared to be heart wrenched by this stark reminder of the genocide that transpired during Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime.

We go back to the ship after our museum visit. A variety of cocktails will be served followed by a traditional Apsara dance performance onboard. Experience the brilliance and richness of this culture, the soothing sounds of traditional music, the calming scent of incense sticks and a barbeque on the sundeck. It is indeed a truly marvelous experience, dining in the open with the stars and the moon as our companions.
 

Day 5: Phnom Penh - border crossing (B, L, D)

“The Highway Blues”
The cruise liner then sets sail for a lazy day of cruising along the main Mekong Channel. As this is an international shipping route, you will witness large commercial ships plying this route. Later, in the afternoon, we set off to the Vietnamese border for the requisite cross border paperwork. As the process tends to take some time, we bask in the glow of the afternoon sun on the Sun Deck, pamper ourselves silly at the Spa, or sharpen our culinary skills with the Cambodian and Vietnamese cuisine cooking class.  The ship moors midstream overnight.
 

Day 6: Chau Doc - Sa Dec (B, L, D)

“Circus of fish”
Welcome to the fish sanctuary of Vietnam. We begin our day with a hearty breakfast at the Indochine Dining Hall or in the quiet sanctuary of your balcony.  We will brace ourselves for a short excursion in Chau Doc, a pleasant town near the Cambodian border with sizeable Chinese, Kinh and Khmer communities. We will also visit the colorful local market near an ancient temple. This is followed by a trip to the quay, where we will be feted to a boat excursion to the floating market and rustic catfish farms.

We will certainly enjoy watching schools of basa fish being fed by hand. Then, it is back to the ship for a lunch. In the late afternoon, we will set off for Sa Dec.
 

Day 7: Sa Dec - Cai Be - My Tho (B, L, D)

“Vietnamese inventiveness”
In the morning we embark a traditional sampan* to tour Binh Thanh Island and its man-made canals. Here, every villager is involved in the process of growing and processing water hyacinths into natural fibre floor mats and rattan baskets.

After lunch onboard, the ship arrives in Cai Be. The tour starts with a visit to Cai Be’s boisterous and colorful floating market where traders gather in a cacophonous congregation. During the languid ride, we discover breathtaking landscapes along the river and quaff the rustic life on the Mekong Delta. 

The evergreen islands along the Mekong River remains unknown to many people. The cruise will halt intermittenly to allow us to observe how rice paste, rice cookies and coconut candies are made, along with the Longan fruit drying process. After touring the canals, we head to an ancient house surrounded by fruit orchards before heading to the ship for dinner.

We then board the Ship for a tranquil evening cruise towards My Tho. A wonderful farewell party awaits us on the cruise.
*sampan - a flat bottomed traditional Vietnamese wooden boat.
 

Day 8: My Tho - Ho Chi Minh City (B)

”Good morning Saigon”
Our cruise on the magnificent cruiser comes to an end as the ship winds its way to My Tho, approximately 70km south of Saigon on the upper Mekong river in Vietnam. We bid farewell to the cruise as our journey comes to a close. But the memories - and the friendships made on board - linger on for a lot longer. We disembark at around 9:00 am and we join the transfer to madding crowd of Saigon.
Although it is our intention to operate the itinerary as detailed proposal, we will do our utmost to stick to the set itinerary, however we cannot be held responsible for any last minute changes that might occur. It may be necessary to make some changes as a result of climatic conditions, alterations to cruise schedules or other operational factors.
 

Prices & Departure Dates

Departure Dates in 2014
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
June
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
11, 25
8, 22
8, 22
5, 19
Maintenance
19
2, 16, 30
13, 27
11, 25
8, 22
6, 20
Departure Dates in 2015
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
June
July
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
3, 17, 31
14, 28
14, 28
11
Maintenance
-
-
-
-
-
-
Prices quoted in US$ nett per person
Cabin

01 Jan - 31 Mar

 01 Apr - 30 Apr

01 Jun - 04 Oct

05 Oct - 18 Oct

19 Oct - 31 Dec

Double

Single

Double

Single
Double
Single
Double
Single

Double

Single

Superior

2780

4170

2220

3320

1840

2750

2220

3320

2780

4170

Deluxe

3310

4960

2640

3960

2090

3170

2640

3960

3310

4960

Signature

3540

5320

2830

4260

2270

3410

2830

4260

3540

5320

 

Cruise inclusive of:

  • Entrance fees
  • Transportation
  • Tour guide services (English speaking)
  • Taxes, fuel, pilots, port dues
  • Full board
  • Welcome and farewell dinner, mineral water, coffee and tea during breakfast

Cruise exclusive of:

  • Phnom Penh port taxes per passenger of 65 USD levied by the Cambodian Port
  • Authority Gratuities
  • Visa
  • Fuel surcharges if available
Note:
  • Peak season surcharge - 250 USD for the New Years Eve cruise and Christmas cruise per cabin.
  • Extra bed supplement - 70% off on regular cruise price (price per cabin). Extra beds are available in Deluxe rooms only.
  • Single occupancy - 25% off on regular cruise price

Overview

Inspired by the golden age cruise liner Normandie, "The Jayavarman" is a 20th century boutique style marvel marries avant-garde French colonial design with enchanting Indochine architecture to perfection.

"The Jayavarman" is Indochina's first of its kind boutique style river cruise liner and offers uncompromising luxury on 800 m² public space including 4 decks.

The guest accommodation consists of 27 expansive and carefully designed staterooms with floor to ceiling panoramic sliding glass doors onto a private French balcony offer privacy and matchless luxury.
 

Facts & Figures

Built:    2009
Vessels Registry:    Vietnam
Type of Vessel:    River and sea going vessel (20 nautical miles)
Length:    58 m
Beam:    11 m
Draft:    1.6 m
Decks:    4 - Main Deck, Upper Deck, Terrace Deck, Sun Deck
Gross tonnage:    700 tons
Cruising speed:    10 nautical knots
Electricity:    220 volts
Engines:    2 Mitsubishi 500 HP Marine Engines
Generator:    2 x 180 KVA Cummins and 1 x 65 KVA Cummins (encapsulated for noise reduction)
Water:    Reverse osmosis and UV water treatment plant
Safety:    Radio Comm., Radar, GPS, PA system, satellite phone, life jackets, life rafts, fire hydrants, flares and signals; fire extinguishers, and smoke detectors in each cabin.
Crew:    40 (Cambodian hotel staff, Vietnamese crew)
Hull design:    Charming replica of the famous 1930s cruise liner "Normandie"
Exterior Design:    French colonial / art nouveau
Interior Design:    Indochine style / French colonial style with Khmer artifacts
Accommodation:     Up to 54 guests

Cabin


Superior Stateroom: Located on the Main Deck with a balcony, ensuring light to the cabin all day long. Each Superior Stateroom is individually decorated.
 
Deluxe Stateroom: Located on the Upper Deck with a balcony. Each Deluxe Stateroom is decorated in a unique Indochine way. 
 
"Bao Dai" Signature Stateroom: Located on the Upper Deck, with its own balcony. The Royal Junior Suite is expansively elegant and designed to perfection. Fusing traditional Vietnamese / French colonial style interior design.
 
"Jayavarman" Signature Stateroom: Located as well on the Upper Deck, with its own balcony. This Royal Junior Suite has its own unique identity and character. Experience that home away from home satisfaction.
 

Amenities at a glance

Private balconies with floor to ceiling sliding doors are a special feature
Stylish bathroom with double vanity and glass shower cabin
Personal mini bar
Safe deposit box
In-house phone
In-suite temperature controls
Bath robe, slippers, hair dryer
On board services
Daily newspaper in English and German
24 hours room service
I-Pod rental
Turndown service and daily presents
Laundry service
24 - hour security
IDD at the reception
Doctor on call
Library with books, arts literature, music and games
Boutique shop with magazines, literature, toiletries, travel items, clothes and handicrafts
 

Social areas and facilities

Lobby, observatory with binoculars, boutique, dining room, Funnel Bar & Lounge, Sun Deck and bridge platform.
F&B outlets: dining room, breakfast deck, Funnel Bar and Lounge
Library with internet workstation
Reception & boutique
Massage and beauty oasis (in-/outdoor)
Luggage store facility
 

"Club 1930"

Funnel Lounge & Bar
Enjoy our locally brewed drinks and cocktails, while listening to original, soul soothing music.
"Club 1930": Spacious, airy, while exhibiting pure luxury and timeless decor.
 

Sun Deck

Unwind and relieve yourself from worldly tensions, by getting a classic Vietnamese massage, as you gaze at the stars, while the South Eastern sun rays create warmth and comfort around you.
 

"Apsara" Spa

Located on the Main Deck, "Apsara" Beauty and Wellness Spa is all about giving you an upscale South Asian experience, entirely dedicated to your well being.
That Exquisite feeling is guaranteed.

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