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Jayavarman

A French-colonial masterpiece offering immersive culinary-themed journeys and heartfelt Khmer hospitality.

Overview

Traveling the Mekong between My Tho, the entry gate to the Mekong Delta, and Siem Reap, Cambodia, the majestic 190-foot Jayavarman riverboat blends French colonial charm and art-deco accents with the romance and gastronomy of Indochina. The ship has three-and-a-half spacious decks home to 27 elegant cabins, an all-new open kitchen restaurant, and sophisticated bars and cosy lounges decorated with intricate wood carvings, Khmer bas-reliefs and Vietnamese lacquer paintings making it akin to a floating art gallery.

Your Stateroom

The double and twin-bedded accommodation comprises two Signature and 11 Deluxe staterooms on the Upper Deck (two pairs of which are interconnectable and great for families), plus 14 Superior staterooms on the Main Deck, each offering a minimum of 229sq-ft of living space with an en-suite bathroom. The floor-to-ceiling windows are an excellent source of light, while the full-size French balconies provide a delightful spot for observing the busy life of the Mekong. The two Signature Staterooms, the Bao Dai and the Jayavarman, proudly showcase their own identities for a truly sumptuous experience in the style of a grand old cruise liner.

Relaxing On Board

From the moment you step aboard, you will be made to feel at home and wherever you look, you will be reminded of the local arts and culture. Be wowed by the antique artifacts and local artwork in the rose-walled Henri Mouhot Lounge, named after the French archaeologist who discovered the Angkor temple complex. Here, dark furniture and harmonious Asian fabrics provide the perfect setting in which to relax or read a book among the Jayavarman’s Khymer treasures.

Prepare to be transported back to a bygone era in the Club 1930 Bar & Funnel Lounge with its warm classical ambiance, while you sink into a comfy cane chair or a dark-wood colonial style chaise longue. The library is well stocked with books, magazines, music, videos and games. A jacuzzi pool is located on the top sun deck, offering fabulous views of the passing delta, or you can indulge yourself with a relaxing foot massage or a romantic Asian spa treatment for two at the Apsara Beauty & Wellness Spa.

A Culinary Immersion

Its impressive Indochine Dining Hall was completely redesigned and remodeled restaurant in 2023 to incorporate an open kitchen facility which introduces a new gastronomic dimension to the overall dining experience. Various food courses are cooked live on the spot, allowing guests to look over the shoulders of our chefs and the kitchen team before savouring the freshly prepared local and international dishes, à la carte or buffet alike.

This unique setup allows guests to inquire about dishes, ingredients, cooking techniques, and more. Beyond enjoying local and regional cuisine, guests can gain insights into the art of cooking, creating a richer and more immersive culinary journey. However, the culinary adventure aboard Jayavarman doesn’t stop at the ship’s restaurant. Every day guests will have the choice between more classic and cultural excursions or engaging in captivating culinary-themed outings to discover traditional Vietnamese and Cambodian dishes such as Banh Xeo, Banh Cuon, Nomkrok, and more at local markets and farms.

Life Along The River

Itineraries feature lectures and educational workshops as well as entertainment. Learn the culinary delights of Khmer-Vietnamese cuisine at the cooking classes, watch a traditional Apsara dance performance, practice daily Tai Chi, enjoy food and drink tastings, cocktails on the sandbanks and on-board barbecues. Excursions are with English-speaking guides, who will take you on escorted bike rides and tours using private local transport.

The Lower Mekong is well off the beaten track, and the luxurious Jayavarman cruise offers you the opportunity to explore the region’s finest scenery and peaceful beauty in comfort and style complemented by exceptional service. From floating villages to secluded mountain-top monasteries, these offbeat ports of call offer a glimpse into the daily life and culture of the friendly local people.

Itineraries & Prices

All itineraries are subject to change due to seasonal weather conditions (and resultant variations in river and tributary water levels) affecting accessibility to locations. Thus navigation routes, times and excursions may need to be modified at the cruise captain’s or your guide's discretion.

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5-Day Mid-Nov to End-Aug
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8-Day End-Aug to Mid-Nov
8-Day Mid-Nov to End-Aug
8-Day Mid-Nov to End-Aug

4 Day - Pearl of the Orient: Phnom Penh - Saigon (Downstream)

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Embarkation

AM & PM: Welcome on board with us for your Mekong River adventure. After you have checked in, we invite you to come to the lobby lounge. Before the ship sets sail southbound on the Mekong towards Vietnam, the lounge is set up for an eye- and ear-catching lecture from a special outside expert.

Once the ship departed, the rest of the morning and the whole afternoon is at your own disposal. It is time to switch into cruise mode and hopefully experiences the relaxing cadence this mighty river emanates. The afternoon is perfect for massages, relaxation on a terrace deck sunbed or private balcony kickbacks. Conjure up a spell to merge with the river and float into a state of mild bliss. You also may like to visit the bridge, as the captain always has a little story to share about “his” river. Or, if you are curious to learn more about Khmer gastronomy, join a culinary workshop to sharpen your knowledge about local cuisine. As you sip drinks and nibble on treats during afternoon tea, we approach the border and finally arrive in Vietnam. From here it is just a short distance to Tan Chau, a pleasant, slow-paced border town with a sizeable Chinese, Kinh and Khmer community. We moor near the city with views on the riverbanks.

Jayavarman's Pearl of the Orient Downstream Day One - Local Market
Location
Phnom Penh
Day
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Tan Chau - My An Hung – Binh Thanh Island

AM: Welcome to the fish sanctuary of Vietnam.

After our morning Tai Chi session and a delightful breakfast, we embark on an exploration of this area, renowned primarily for its aquaculture. Upon disembarking, we immerse ourselves in the vibrant town life of Tan Chau by boarding "xelois" (the Vietnamese word for rickshaws). Your personal xeloi driver leisurely navigates through a network of streets, allowing you to observe workshops, street vendors, shops, and the intriguing day-to-day activities of the locals. Our journey takes us to the local market, where we mingle with residents as they go about their morning shopping routines. Continuing on, we visit a Cao Dai temple and meet with one of the priests, who enlightens us about the unique beliefs and spirit of Cao Dai. Our final destination is a fish farm that has been operated for many years by a local family, who make their livelihood from this distinctive business. Here, we gain insight into the essential knowledge required to manage such a unique enterprise in this region.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

PM: After back onboard a siesta after lunch, our expert guides offer a presentation about life in the Mekong Delta as the ship continues to My An Hung near Sa Dec province.

My An Hung Village is a wonderful example of a real local village in the Mekong Delta where time stood still. We receive wonderful insights into the private household of a local family and visit the seasonal vegetable fields to understand what the farmers is currently cultivating. A Vietnamese tea tasting at a local family’s house is accompanied by a presentation of a variety of fruits that are grown near-by, freshly cut from the tree. An artistic group performs displays the traditional dragon dance, whilst we can snack on the “vitamins bombs”.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

Back onboard, the ship sails into the sun set towards our destination for the next day. A complimentary cocktail hour and snacks at the pool with music and dance vibes are offered to enjoy the blue hour before dinner is served.

Jayavarman's Pearl of the Orient Downstream Day Two - Boat Side View
Location
Mekong River
Day
2 / 4

Binh Thanh Island - Tan Phong Island – My Tho

AM & PM: Wake early to embrace the stunning dawn scenery, a time when the Delta's inhabitants have already been active for hours. Energize yourself with our daily morning Tai Chi class before indulging in a lavish breakfast buffet. By local boat, we head out to one of the larger islands in the Mekong known as Binh Thanh. This island is home to several communities that sustain themselves by cultivating water hyacinths. Strolling through the village, you'll gain profound insights into local life and witness the complete traditional mat-making process. Additionally, you'll have the opportunity to meet a local elderly couple who have spent their entire lives on this island. They enjoy engaging in conversations with foreign visitors.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

Afterward, the ship makes its final journey to My Tho, offering some little farewell party vibes along the way.

Jayavarman's Pearl of the Orient Downstream Day Three - View from Cabin
Location
Mekong River
Day
3 / 4

Disembarkation

AM: Enjoy your last breakfast aboard your floating home. We disembark the ship after breakfast and take a bus transfer from My Tho to Saigon. It is only around 70 kilometers on the highway, and you arrive in Saigon by mid-morning.

We hope you enjoyed this fascinating river cruise, just as our crew does every single time. Moreover, take the enchanting memories and friendships along with you and share the stories of this amazing river - the Mighty Mekong.

Jayavarman's Pearl of the Orient Downstream Day Four - Snack
Location
Saigon
Day
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4 Day - Pearl of the Orient: Saigon - Phnom Penh (Upstream)

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Embarkation

AM: We welcome our guests in the morning at our Saigon welcome lounge. Relax with a second coffee while our staff collects your details. We bid farewell to the hustle and bustle of Saigon and travel 70 kilometers south overland towards My Tho to embark on our vessel. After checking into your luxurious floating "home," the sailing on this major Asian waterway begins.

PM: A lunch buffet is served in the restaurant as the vessel steadily glides upstream. As twilight bathes the Mekong Delta in a golden haze, take the opportunity to get to know your fellow travelers and join in our official welcome with canapés and prosecco.

During dinner, the ship will likely reach Tan Phong Island area near Cai Be, where we anchor midstream. This is your first glimpse of the bustling area where we will begin our Mekong adventure on land tomorrow. Join us for some late-night entertainment in the evening cinema, featuring interesting classic movies or thrilling documentaries. 

Jayavarman's Pearl of the Orient Upstream Day One - Boat Drone View
Location
Saigon - My Tho
Day
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Tan Phong Island - Binh Thanh Island - Tan Chau

AM: Wake early to embrace the stunning dawn scenery, a time when the Delta's inhabitants have already been active for hours. Energize yourself with our daily morning Tai Chi class before indulging in a lavish breakfast buffet. By local boat, we gain access to the secluded island of Tan Phong, a small island situated in the midst of one of the expansive Mekong River tributaries flowing toward the nearby sea.

During a visit to a local workshop, we'll have the opportunity to observe the production of rice paste, rice paper, rice cookies, and rice wine. The region here is abundant with palm trees, making the region renowned for its coconut candy production. While the vessel continues to sail upstream, take some leisure time for yourself or visit the bar to enjoy an authentic Vietnamese coffee, all while observing the riverbanks' vibrant life passing by.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

PM: Relax and enjoy some time on your private balcony or at the bar as we continue our voyage upstream. In the afternoon, we arrive at the Sa Dec region and anchor near one of the larger islands in the Mekong known as Binh Thanh. This island is home to several communities that sustain themselves by cultivating water hyacinths. Strolling through the village, you'll gain profound insights into local life and witness the complete traditional mat-making process. Additionally, you'll have the opportunity to meet a local elderly couple who have spent their entire lives on this island. They enjoy engaging in conversations with foreign visitors.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

Before dinner, join us in the lounge for a presentation about life on the Mekong Delta as the ship sails toward our mooring spot for the night in Tan Chau.

Jayavarman's Pearl of the Orient Upstream Day Two - Floating Market
Location
Mekong River
Day
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Tan Chau - Border crossing - Phnom Penh

AM: Welcome to the fish sanctuary of Vietnam.

Once on shore, we see Tan Chau’s vibrant town-life as we hop on “xelois”, which are local vehicles still used as a taxi in this area. Your personal xeloi driver slowly navigates through the streets to observe all the workshops, houses and shops while feeling the laid-back vibe of this place. We stop at the colourful, local market near one of the town’s temples. This is a great opportunity to interact with the vendors of this friendly town and try your hand at bargaining with them.

To see what Tan Chau is famous for, we board local boats and head to a floating fish farm. You are about to get an exclusive look into the world’s largest inland aquaculture industry. Each of the floating structures has netting hanging down into the water to enclose the fish, which are raised and fed on a daily basis. The region’s specialties are tilapia and the Basa catfish, or Pangasius, which is unique to the Mekong River basin and rapidly gaining popularity on the international seafood market.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary

Back on board our “home”, we sail towards the Vietnamese-Cambodian border. Get ready for a fascinating and leisurely cruise through the deep Cambodian countryside towards Phnom Penh.

PM: The whole afternoon is at your own disposal. From here, even the last passenger turns on their cruise mode and hopefully experiences the relaxing influence this mighty river emanates. The afternoon is perfect for massages, relaxation on a terrace deck sunbed or private balcony kickbacks. Conjure up a spell to merge with the river and float into a state of mild bliss.

You also may like to visit the bridge as the captain always has a little story to share about “his” river. Or, if you are curious to learn more about Khmer gastronomy, join a culinary workshop to sharpen your knowledge about local cuisine.

After our relaxing cruise during the whole afternoon into the evening hours, the boat arrives at Phnom Penh (docking mid-stream or at the pier). Enjoy your time onboard with our onboard entertainment, social at our public venues or relay in the privacy or your cabin (due to immigration regulation passengers may not be allowed to go on land this evening).

Jayavarman's Pearl of the Orient Upstream Day Three - Restaurant On Board
Location
Mekong River
Day
3 / 4

Disembarkation

AM: Welcome to Phnom Penh - the city once named Paris of the East. Despite its rapid development, it has retained a lot of its rustic charm and elegance. It is an amazing town with centuries of incredible history and culture which can still be felt at many street corners. Enjoy your last breakfast aboard your floating home before disembarking the ship. We hope you enjoyed this fascinating river cruise, just as our crew does every single time. Moreover, take the enchanting memories and friendships along with you and share the stories of this amazing river - the Mighty Mekong.

Jayavarman's Pearl of the Orient Upstream Day Four - Sunrise Yoga
Location
Phnom Penh
Day
4 / 4
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5 Day - Serenity Cruise: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap (High Water Peiod)

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Embarkation

AM: Our staff offers a friendly welcome aboard in the earlier morning hours as you check-in into your luxurious “home” for the next few days.

Welcome to Phnom Penh, a city once renowned as the "Paris of the East." Despite its rapid development, it has retained much of its rustic charm and elegance. Phnom Penh is a remarkable city with a history and culture that spans centuries, still palpable at every street corner. Our full-day sightseeing tour begins right after breakfast, allowing us to explore the city's highlights. We'll start with a cyclo ride, meandering through the town and then visit historic places such as the palace and the silver pagoda. Our journey takes us to the "S21" prison, a poignant and dark chapter in Cambodia's history during the Khmer Rouge regime of the 1970s.

PM: Afterward, we'll pause for a delightful lunch in town before continuing to visit one of the country's most famous history museums, "Sosoro," and concluding the tour with a leisurely stroll through the city's French quarter, including the iconic and aptly named monument of Wat Phnom.

Optional Group Excursion: Cycling.

In the evening, we invite you to an engaging expert lecture in the lounge. To cap off this eventful day, we'll indulge in a delightful open-air barbecue and gala dinner accompanied by a classic Apsara dance performance. Afterward, feel free to explore the city at night, savouring Phnom Penh's vibrant nightlife or taking in the lively river promenade.

Note: Water level on the Lower Mekong vary subject to the season. The low-water season usually between Mid-November & End- August. The high-water season is usually between End-August & Mid-November (no guarantees). During low season a crossing of the Tonle Lake is not possible.

Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Upstream Day One - Cai Rang Floating Market
Location
Phnom Penh
Day
1 / 5

Phnom Penh – Angkor Ban – Kampong Cham (Mekong) – Prek Bangkong

AM: We are leaving Phnom Penh early to make our way to Angkor Ban. The morning Tai Chi session sets the mood for the day as we begin our tour of Angkor Ban. This place includes a monastery with a delightful local village behind it. You'll have the chance to meet monks during their morning class and engage in friendly conversations with the villagers. As we meander through the village, we'll get as close as possible to the local way of life, collecting wonderful memories of Cambodia's rustic lifestyle.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

PM: As we continue to sail upstream and prior to lunchtime, our crew showcases afterwards various traditional Khmer fashions worn by locals during special occasions. We reach Kampong Cham which is an important trade and transportation hub but it still maintains scattered small hamlets around the outskirts where the community's rhythm blends with the skilled hands of artisans. For instance, in Cheung Kok, locals craft various handmade items, whether it's food, fashion, or other everyday goods. The nearby Bamboo bridge, which is erected seasonally, serves as more than just a passageway; it's a gateway to the past.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

Once back onboard, the ship turns arounds sailing down the Mekong River again to reach our overnight mooring place Prek Bangkong later in the evening.

Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Upstream Day Two - Enjoy Sunset
Location
Tonle River
Day
2 / 5

Prek Bangkong - Kampong Tralach - Kampong Laeng (Tonle)

AM: Early birds are welcome to join the daily Tai Chi on the open deck again. At the confluence of the Tonle and Mekong Rivers lies the small village of Prek Bangkong, known for its silk weaving community. This village was also the former residence of the Royal family before they moved to the Royal Palace. However, the real stars in this area today are the silk weavers, artisans who craft silk from the very beginning. We will have the opportunity to closely observe and learn about this intricate silk production process.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

PM: As we continue to sail upstream into the Tonle River and prior to lunchtime, our guide offers a presentation about the geography of the Mekong and the Tonle Rivers. In the afternoon, we enjoy an exciting excursion to discover another part of rural Cambodian countryside. Our ox-pulled cart will transport us along the riverside and down winding back roads, flanked by picturesque rice paddies, until we arrive at a small village. Here, we will have the opportunity to learn about a local NGO school and library project. Alternatively, you can choose to visit the nearby ancient 300-year-old temple and Buddha shrine.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

Join a happy hour time at the bar whilst we sail into the sunset. We moor later near Kampong Laeang. After dinner, the nightly cinema has another classic film on display.

Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Upstream Day Three - Sunset
Location
Mekong River
Day
3 / 5

Kampong Laeang – Tonle Lake

AM: We are in the midst of the vast Tonle region, one of Cambodia’s amazing ecosystems. We will discover Kampong Laeang this morning, situated just across from the famous pottery town of Kampong Chhnang. Once ashore, we embark on tuk-tuks to travel the heart of rural Cambodian life. During this excursion, we'll explore various locals, discover the art of pottery making, and visit a charming pre-Angkorian temple. From a vantage point, we can enjoy panoramic views of the vast floodplains and lush rice fields (seasonal).

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

PM: Back on board, the ship enters now the vast Tonle Lake. During the whole afternoon, accompanied by some onboard entertainment, you can enjoy the ocean-like views until we reach our mooring spot mid-lake at the doorstep of Siem Reap. We end this day of sailing with a farewell dinner and party vibes.

Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Upstream Day Four - Monks on the Street
Location
Mekong River
Day
4 / 5

Disembarkation

AM: Enjoy your last breakfast on board our floating sanctuary.

The Tonle Sap (The Great Lake) is the flowing heart of Cambodia, giving love and life to millions of people. This rich ecosystem and UNESCO-designated Biosphere Reserve has more fish than any other lake in the world and is home to an incredible variety of birds, including rare and endangered feathered life.

Here, our cruise comes to an end this morning. We prepare to disembark the ship and take a local boat to the shore, passing a vast floating community. We arrive at the Siem Reap pier and bring you to the drop off point in the city center.

We hope you enjoyed this fascinating river cruise, just as our crew does every single time. Moreover, take the enchanting memories and friendships along with you and share the stories of this amazing river - the Mighty Mekong.

Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Upstream Day Five - Ruined Wat in Siem Reap
Location
Siem Reap
Day
5 / 5
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5 Day - Serenity Cruise: Siem Reap - Phnom Penh (High Water Period)

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Embarkation

AM: We greet our guests in the morning at our welcome lounge in Siem Reap. Kick back with a second coffee this morning before we depart on a short bus ride to the pier. we bid farewell to the iconic sights of Angkor and travel a short distance to the shore of Tonle Lake. A local boat brings you to the vessel and your luxurious “home” for the next several days.

PM: As you have lunch, the vessel gently glides over Tonle Lake: the Tonle Sap (Sap means Lake in the Cambodian language) varies from 2,500 sqkm (965 sqmi) in size and 160 km (99 mi) in length during the dry season to an astonishing area of 16,000 sqkm (6,000 sqmi) and length of 250 km (160 mi) in the wet season. Let your soul float while the boat makes its way across the lake During an afternoon tea time you can get to know other travelers. Enjoy our time on the decks or get pampered by our therapists at the Spa.

Before dinner, our expert guide holds a presentation about the geography of the Mekong River and Tonle Lake. If you are in the mood, join in for the nightly cinema in the lounge before retiring to your room.

Note: Water level on the Lower Mekong vary subject to the season. The low-water season usually between Mid-November & End- August. The high-water season is usually between End-August & Mid-November (no guarantees). During low season a crossing of the Tonle Lake is not possible.

Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Downstream Day One - Boat Side View
Location
Siem Reap
Day
1 / 5

Kampong Laeang - Kampong Tralach - Kampong Cham

AM: We are in the midst of the vast Tonle region, one of Cambodia’s amazing ecosystems. We will discover Kampong Laeang this morning, situated just across from the famous pottery town of Kampong Chhnang. Once ashore, we embark on tuk-tuks to travel the heart of rural Cambodian life. During this excursion, we'll explore various locals, discover the art of pottery making, and visit a charming pre-Angkorian temple. From a vantage point, we can enjoy panoramic views of the vast floodplains and lush rice fields (seasonal).

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

PM: Back on the ship with lunch enjoyed and spectacular views on the Tonle River we sail south to Kampong Tralach. An afternoon tea is served at the bar before we continue with the afternoon excursion.

Once the ship stopped, we enjoy an exciting excursion to discover another part of rural Cambodian countryside. Our ox-pulled cart will transport us along the riverside and down winding back roads, flanked by picturesque rice paddies, until we arrive at a small village. Here, we will have the opportunity to learn about a local NGO school and library project. Alternatively, you can choose to visit the nearby ancient 300-year-old temple and Buddha shrine.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

We are sailing into the early evening offering some onboard entertainment with a fashion show. As we have to make some distance, the ship will sail overnight into the Mekong River.

Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Downstream Day Two - Tonle Sap Lake
Location
Mekong River
Day
2 / 5

Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Tralach & Phnom Penh

AM & PM: As you wake this morning, the scenery has changed completely. We are in the vast Mekong River at the town of Kampong Cham which is an important trade and transportation hub, but it still maintains scattered small hamlets around the outskirts where the community's rhythm blends with the skilled hands of artisans. For instance, in Cheung Kok, locals craft various handmade items, whether it's food, fashion, or other everyday goods. The nearby Bamboo bridge, which is erected seasonally, serves as more than just a passageway; it's a gateway to the past.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

We are boarding our luxury ship again sailing now downstream again towards Phnom Penh. Before we arrive at Cambodia’s capital, we halting at a small silk weaving community. At the confluence of the Tonle and Mekong Rivers lies the small village of Prek Bangkong, known for its silk weaving community. This village was also the former residence of the Royal family before they moved to the Royal Palace. However, the real stars in this area today are the silk weavers, artisans who craft silk from the very beginning. We will have the opportunity to closely observe and learn about this intricate silk production process.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

Just a short distance of sailing and we arrive in Phnom Penh, where the ship is mooring mid-stream with views on the city opposite.


Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Downstream Day Three - Lounge
Location
Tonle River
Day
3 / 5

Phnom Penh

AM: Welcome to Phnom Penh, a city once renowned as the "Paris of the East." Despite its rapid development, it has retained much of its rustic charm and elegance. Phnom Penh is a remarkable city with a history and culture that spans centuries, still palpable at every street corner. Our full-day sightseeing tour begins right after breakfast, allowing us to explore the city's highlights. We'll start with a cyclo ride, meandering through the town and then visit historic places such as the palace and the silver pagoda. Our journey takes us to the "S21" prison, a poignant and dark chapter in Cambodia's history during the Khmer Rouge regime of the 1970s.

PM: Afterward, we'll pause for a delightful lunch in town before continuing to visit one of the country's most famous history museums, "Sosoro," and concluding the tour with a leisurely stroll through the city's French quarter, including the iconic and aptly named monument of Wat Phnom.

Optional Group Excursion: Culinary.

In the evening, we invite you to an engaging expert lecture in the lounge. To cap off this eventful day, we'll indulge in a delightful open-air barbecue and gala dinner accompanied by a classic Apsara dance performance. Afterward, feel free to explore the city at night, savouring Phnom Penh's vibrant nightlife or taking in the lively river promenade.

Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Downstream Day Four - Excursion on Ox Carts
Location
Tonle River
Day
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Disembarkation

AM: Enjoy your last breakfast aboard your floating home before disembarking the ship. We hope you enjoyed this fascinating river cruise, just as our crew does every single time. Moreover, take the enchanting memories and friendships along with you and share the stories of this amazing river - the Mighty Mekong.

Jayavarman's Serenity Cruise Downstream Day Five - Cuisine
Location
Phnom Penh
Day
5 / 5
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5 Day - Serenity Cruise: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap (Low Water Period)

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