Jayavarman Cruise

King Jayavarman is the Angkor’s most venerated kind, who ruled from 1181 to 1218. He oversaw the construction of some of the most famous temples in Angkor, including Ta Prohm, Preah Khan and the unforgettable Bayon.

 

His name was given to the beautifully crafted boat combining French colonial style with an aura of the Far East. The Jayavarman meanders along the Mekong River, connecting Vietnam and Cambodia and offering the most scenic river travel in Southeast Asia.

 

Featuring intricate woodcarvings, Khmer bas-reliefs and Vietnamese lacquer paintings, this impressive cruise resembles a floating art gallery. Wherever you look, you would be reminded of the local arts and culture.

CABINS

 

The 27 cabins on the Jayavarman Cruise are categorized into 4 types, Superior Stateroom, Deluxe Stateroom, Signature Suite “ Bao Dai” and Signature Suite “Jayavarman”.

 

  • SUPERIOR STATEROOM

Located on the main deck, the 14 Superior Staterooms (4 twin, 10 double) come with in-room bathrooms. The large floor to ceiling panoramic glass doors open to the balcony (5sqm).

Measuring a total space of 21sqm (incl. balcony), the superiors are appointed with wooden, white furniture supported by decent Asian ornaments and fine-art paintings on the walls and ceilings.

 

  • DELUXE STATEROOM

Located on the upper deck and with a floor space of 24sqm the 11 Deluxe Staterooms (3 twin, 8 double, 1 connecting) with own balcony (5sqm) offer an in-room bathroom which is separated from the sleeping area by a mighty wooden sliding door.

The very warm tone of the cabin designed with dark weighty antique furniture or the handmade, rustic copper sink in the bathroom bring back the feeling of the 1930s Indochine lifestyle.

 

  • SIGNATURE SUITE “BAO DAI”

Bao Dai Signature Suite is 27sqm in total including a private balcony of 3sqm with bow. A heavy royal (Bao Dai was a Vietnamese king) dark wood king bed dominates the room. Walls come in a soft saffron tone and are decorated with Vietnamese designed artifacts.

 

  • SIGNATURE SUITE “JAYAVARMAN”

Jayavarman Signature Suite is a 27sqm large cabin including a 3sqm balcony. This Signature cabin is dedicated to the Khmer culture. The most stunning facility is the solid-wood and king-size four-poster bed with an impressive olive colored gypsum artwork at the bed-head displaying an Apsara dancer.

 

 

FOOD & DRINKS

 

  • Heny Mouhot Lounge

Named after the French archeologist who discovered the Angkor temple complex, the Henry Mouhot Lounge is the perfect place to curl up with a book or an e-book as. It is wifi connected.

 

  •  “Club 1930” Funnel Bar

The bar has a warm classical feel, where you observe the passing landscape from your dark-wood colonial styled and cushion filled chaise longue.

 

  • Indochina Dinning Hall

The Indochina Dining Hall offers free style seating and food is served via buffet or set menu regional meals. Here your breakfast spread – gargantuan and delectable – is lit by the early morning rays of the sun.

 

 

ROUTES

 

  • Pearl of the Orient – 4 Days/ 3 Nights traveling on Mekong River between Saigon and Phnom Penh, or vice versa.
  • Serenity Cruise – 5 Days/ 4 Nights traveling on Mekong River between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, or vice versa.
  • Lost Civalization – 8 Days/ 7 Nights traveling on Mekong River between Saigon and Siem Reap, or vice versa.

 

 

FACILITIES

 

  • Indochine Dining Hall, Club 1930 Funnel Bar & Lounge, Henry Mouhot Lobby Lounge with Boutique Shop, Apsara Spa, Sundeck with Jacuzzi
  • Air conditioner, balcony with 2 chairs and table, mini bar, sun hat, binocular, hand fan, sandals, in-room safe, hair dryer, in-house phone, desk, chairs, luggage rack, bath robe, sofa and LCD screen with DVD/music player (Signature Suites).

 

 

TECHNICAL FIGURES & DECK PLAN

 

  • Capacity: 54 passengers
  • Cabins: 27 cabins
  • Decks: 3
  • Built: 2009
  • Length: 57,8m
  • Width: 11,1m
  • Height:10 m
  • Beam: 11m
  • Draft: 1,6 m
  • Gross Tonnage: 998 tons
  • Cruising Speed: 10 nautical knots
  • Electricity: 220v
  • Water Reverse osmosis and UV water treatment plant, sewage treatment plant.

 

Safety Radio Comm., Radar, GPS, PA system, life jackets, life rafts, fire hydrants, flares and signals, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors in each cabin, CO2 engine room firefighting system.