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Cruises in Southeast Asia

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Explore the fascinating sights of Southeast Asia while on a relaxing cruise and observe everyday life, wildlife and scenery.

The RV Pandaw 1947, operates on the Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers in Vietnam.

The RV Pandaw 1947, operates on the Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers in Vietnam.

Throughout Myanmar’s history, river travel has been an important part of everyday life. Today is no different and we recommend incorporating a river journey into your itinerary.

There are local ferries that make the journey on the Ayeyarwaddy River between Bagan and Mandalay in one day. If you have a bit more time and want to enjoy the journey in style, there are several more up-market options, as well as longer trips to more remote regions of the country.

Cruise boats

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Deluxe

With the comfort and personality for which the Belmond (formally the Orient-Express) is famous, the Road to Mandalay is the most comfortable vantage point from which to absorb the surrounding serene beauty by water.

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First Class

The Paukan takes its name from Paukan Rarma, a city dating back to 846 AD which later became Bagan. It can carry 55 passengers, who are looked after by a crew of 30, and has 29 ensuite cabins situated on three decks.

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