Travel Indochina Launches New Boat Along Mekong Delta

Vietnam, Travel IndochinaThis fall, see the Mekong Delta as never before, when Travel Indochina's new river cruise liner, The Jahan, sets sail for the first time in late October. A boutique and more exquisite version its sister ship The Jayavarman, travel eight days on the Mekong Delta on its maiden voyage, from My Tho, just outside Saigon in Vietnam, to Siem Reap in Cambodia, starting at $2980, from a Superior to a Signature Cabin.

Taking its name from Shah Jahan, a distinguished emperor of the Mughal Empire in India, this cruise leaves no luxury untapped. Accommodating 52 passengers in total, the 26 cabins feature king-size beds alongside floor-to-ceiling windows sliding open onto private balconies. We love the ship's panoramic views from the ship's 12 staterooms and the two Jacuzzi Suites to travel in style. On board, The Jahan's pool, observatory deck, gymnasium, spa and steam bath complement the shore excursions, tailor-made courtesy of the onboard shore-excursion butler. Not to Be Overlooked: the sailing will be escorted by the operator's co-founder and Managing Director, Paul Hole, whose knowledge of the region runs deep.

For more information, visit

www.travelindochina.com

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