Cruise Ships in Vietnam : The Jahan
The Jahan brings river cruising on the Mekong River into a new realm, offering the luxury and attention to detail of a boutique hotel. Its elegant colonial style harks back to that of British Indian vessels and you will want for nothing as you glide through some of Asia’s most mesmerizing scenery.
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While no amenities are spared in your comfortable stateroom, communal areas on board The Jahan are just as inviting as your own private space, with the Observatory lounge offering a relaxing place to enjoy a game of chess or sit and watch the world slide by through panoramic windows.
On the terrace deck you can feel the warmth of the sun on your skin and the wind in your hair as you meander along the mighty Mekong, perhaps taking a refreshing dip in the pool, soaking in the Jacuzzi or indulging in a spa treatment. Meanwhile, the outdoor bar is the perfect place to sit back with a sundowner before heading to the regal dining hall for a delicious meal.
Venturing ashore, you can enjoy a number of excursions tailored to your interests, and there is the opportunity to explore by cyclo (or local xeloi) — a great way to see more of the delta’s beautiful villages and local life.
There are 26 staterooms and suites across two decks, each offering at least 30 square meters of living space plus a balcony. All cabins are air conditioned with en suite bathrooms. There are four cabin categories to choose from, including Superior, Deluxe and Signature staterooms and two spacious Suites at the front of the boat.
- Bar on deck serving sundowners
- East India Club featuring a bar and lounge area
- Viceroy Dining Hall offering indoor and alfresco dining
- High Tea served every afternoon
- Mekong River and Delta — Various cruises between Saigon and Siem Reap, as well as shorter options that explore the delta and stop in Phnom Penh.
Our specialists suggest:
Our 13-day "Cruising the Mekong from Saigon to Siem Reap" itinerary, from CAD6,870pp.