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Victoria Mekong

"I have explored and journeyed along the river at various points of its path through south-east Asia. On my first trip to the region as a young backpacker in the late 1990s I took a slow boat from Huay Xai (the border town in the north of Thailand and Laos) to Luang Prabang, and from this time onward I have been fascinated by exploring the Mekong and its tributaries. I have been fortunate to travel down and stay alongside the river in Thailand, Laos and Cambodia. However, the so-called ‘Mekong Delta’ region of Vietnam had eluded me on my travels until recently, and what a treat I had been missing!"


The Victoria in early evening

          The Victoria Mekong - is a newly built cruise ship that travels across the mighty Mekong River between Phnom Penh and Can Tho. For those who want to travel to Cambodia, the journey starts with a train ride from Ho Chi Minh City to Can Tho. There you must embark for the four- or three-day cruise.
It is thought of all comforts that the ship has its own swimming pool with pool bar and sun deck, a lounge with bar, spa with massage options and fantastic restaurant. The spacious cabins are fully equipped and all have their own balcony, so you can buy life all around the Mekong River all the time.
Victoria Mekong is the only ship to sail through this part of the delta and offers exclusive three- and four-day routes to targeted selected ports along one of the most enchanting stretches of the Mekong. This magical stretch of the river delivers wonders at every turn, from the lush, green landscapes of Vietnam to the enchanting capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh.

The Victoria Mekong is the greenest riverside vessel that combines state-of-the-art eco credentials with four-star comfort and superior service. With only 35 staterooms you are assured of a real 'small ship' experience. Spacious, stylish staterooms all have floor-to-ceiling windows, a private balcony and individually controlled air conditioning, and on board you will find an infinity pool, spa, gym, cinema, games room, boutique and even mini golf. You'll cruise scenic waterways through this postcard-beautiful region known as Vietnam's 'rice bowl' for its seemingly endless rice fields.

 


The swimming pool of the Victoria

The Victoria Mekong offers its passengers an authentic insight into the life of the river, combined with four-star comfort and superior service. The itinerary has a unique scenic focus, from the lush, green landscapes of Vietnam to the enchanting capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, which takes four nights upstream or three nights downstream. Shore excursions aim to experience local life. There are of course many opportunities to get in touch with the locals and their fascinating culture.
As you cruise upstream, visit the Long Xuyen Floating Market by sampan and learn about the different ethnic groups of the Mekong Delta at An Giang Museum.

 

On Tiger Island you will meet local people with still traditional crafts: net weavers, woodcarvers, incense makers.
In Tan Chau, you will be the only one to view the ancient traditional silk production process in Silk Village (Tan Chau), where the paint for clothing and fabrics is made using plants and bark. All onboard excursions and entertainment are included for the duration of your cruise, as are all meals, local beers, soft drinks, and house wine with dinner.


The sun deck

The cabins are spacious oases and modernly decorated with natural wood and a muted palette of soothing earth tones. Choose from Deluxe staterooms on the River Deck or Panorama Deck and spacious VIP suites on the rear of the ship's panoramic deck.
Between enjoying delectable dinners and breezy afternoon cocktails, enjoy a movie, indulge in a relaxing spa treatment, relax in the games room, visit the gym, or take an excursion. Every day brings something new on board the Victoria Mekong. You will wonder how you can fit everything in.

 

 

 


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