Travel Indochina Offers an Intimate Cruising Experience on the Mekong River

Travel Indochina is the leading Asia specialist and provides the best Asian experience for the luxury tourists to the region. In partnership with Travel2 they announced the introduction of a boutique style luxury river cruise liner. In many ways it is the opposite of the modern day gigantic cruise liners and provides highly personalized service and an exceptional luxury cruise experience. Called the Jahan after the Moghul Emperor of India, Shah Jahan, it will be the smallest but the most luxurious cruise boat to wind through the majestic Mekong Delta. It will travel between Vietnam and Cambodia.

The luxury service will be launched with the Jahan taking its maiden voyage along the mighty Mekong River in late October 2011. It will sail from the bustling city of Saigon to Siem Reap which is the gateway to the spectacular temples of Angkor. Travel Indochina has booked the entire cruise ship on its inaugural sailing. Paul Hole, the Managing Director of the specialist operator will personally be on board and share with his guests the passion, experience and insight on this fascinating region.

The spectacular cruise Jahan has a total of 26 cabins. Two of them are elegant Jacuzzi suites. The luxury cruise ship can accommodate no more than 52 guests at a time. The ship promises the highest of international service standards for a wonderfully intimate cruising experience. The staff to passenger ratio on the Jahan is the highest in the region. They are fully geared for the promised personalized service. The ship has been designed with floor-to-ceiling windows and large balconies to provide the guests with panoramic views of the spectacular surrounding scenery. The 12 day Saigon to Angkor cruise package which operates both ways is most suited for travelers wanting to experience the best the region has to offer. The rates start from £2,605 per person.

Via: breakingtravelnews

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