Thursday, May 22, 2014

Fascinating shore programs of JAHAN cruises

— privatized, or in a small group, allow for the discovery of a more exotic Indo-china. For luxury relaxed adventure’ travelers with a passion to explore the un-known at their own pace, the worlds cultural heritage and hinterland and experience it in rare ways

Discover fascinating Cambodia and Vietnam along the mighty Mekong.  "The Lost Civilization" upstream cruise and "Pearl of the Orient" down-stream cruise for 8 days and 7 nights connecting bustling Ho Chi Minh City with Siem Reap, home of the magnificent Angkor Wat temple.

“One of the most alluring aspects of travelling to this region is the fact that we get to see and interact with people who still live according to their ancient traditions” - Elizabeth Emile

  • First boutique style river cruise liner
  • Distinctive British Indian colonial theme design
  • Cruise concierge desk and private shore excursions with a tour assistant
  • Largest balcony staterooms on Indo-china’s waterways 30—50m2
  • A floating sanctuary for couples and small groups
  • A floating sanctuary for couples and small groups
  • Highest staff-cabin

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  • Helping Hands — Healing Hearts
  • Educational & Lecture-Club: art, social, hu-manitarian, ethnology
  • Mode of transport: Ox cart, cyclo, sampan, bicycle, dinghy
  • Khmer cooking class
  • Early Bird Tai Chi class
  • Gymnasium, steam bath and pool deck
  • Pool deck barbeque dinner
  • Private dinner at the Observatory

Public Guest Areas 
– Relaxed Elegance, Colonial Style
―British East India Company‖ colonial theme cruise liner
  • Lobby Lounge, Reception, Observatory, Boutique, Spa
  • Wifi library with laptops, Ipods, DVD players, Infomedia-
  • Kiosk
  • Pool deck, gymnasium and steam bath
  • Food & Beverage Outlets:
  • Private Balcony Prosecco-Breakfast
  • High Tea at the Observatory
  • Funnel Bar with Sundowner drinks and snacks a la carte
  • Viceroy dining hall with Western cuisine, also enjoy Khmer
  • and Vietnamese specialties
  • Barbeque at the Pool Deck
  • Private dinner at the Observatory

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