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The Indochine II river vessel offers a cruise – luxurious, stylish and cosy – on the Mekong. This 31-room colonial styled ship measures 65 x 13 meter and is all clothed in traditional wear. Onboard passengers can enjoy swimming pool, private balconies, movies, fine dining, conferences, and numerous cultural activities in Indochine II’s air conditioned bar / lounge. The ship also has a spacious restaurant at the back of the upper deck where guests are able to relish delightful Continental and Asian cuisine. Spacious cabins are equipped with security boxes, hot-showers, central A/C and large storage space.
We gather in front of the FCC hotel in Siem Reap.
High water (July – December): We transfer to Phnom Krom, the Siem Reap pier. Transfer by local boats to the Indochine. A delicious lunch is served on board as we cruise past the Tonle Sap Lake.
We arrive at the floating village of Chnok Trou, where the Indochine moors for the night.
Low water (Jan to June): Enjoy a sumptuous Khmer lunch at a local restaurant Passengers cross the Tonle Spa Lake via speedboat.
We arrive at the Chnok Trou floating village. We board the Indochine. The ship anchors for the night.
Enjoy a refreshing welcome drink and a briefing about the cruise. Meet our energetic crew who you will soon call friends. Indochine boards overnight.
** From March to June, visits to the Floating village will depend on the water level.**
**Speedboats may not be allowed to cross the lake during the low water level period (March to June 2017). Hence, passengers will be transported via riverboats or by van to/from Siem Reap. (5-6 hours).**
After a hearty breakfast to kick-start the day, we travel by local boats to the floating village. We visit local attractions such as a school, an ice factory, churches, pagodas, a pigsty, repair shops and a police station – all floating on water.
We return to the Indochine II. We enjoy a sumptuous lunch while cruising to Kampong Chnang.
We arrive at Kampong Chnang. Located some 56 miles from Phnom Penh, the town of Kampong Chnang is one of the largest fishing ports on the Tonlé Sap. Kampong Chhang is famous for fish farming and pottery ware. And not to be overlooked are the products of the Thnot tree – a mellow tasting, caramel-colored sugar sold in large cakes and palm wine – that grows abundantly in the area.
We return to Indochine II. We cruise gently towards to Kampong Tralach. The boat drops anchor close to the village. A mouth-watering dinner is served and the cruise ship moors overnight.
Enjoy a hearty breakfast as we depart for Kampong Tralach to visit its wonderful Vihara.
To reach this magnificent edifice, we cross Kampong Tralach Krom village along a small road perpendicular to the river, walk along some gorgeous stretches of emerald rice paddy as we leave the river behind. We return to the Toum Tiou II. We lunch while cruising to Koh Chen.
We arrive at Kôh Chen, a small village of whose inhabitants specialize in silver and copper smiting. They produce ornamental items, including delicately engraved tropical fruit which are used in traditional ceremonies or at weddings. You will be able to catch a glimpse of the distant hills of Cambodia’s ancient capital – Oudong – and its royal stupas when you are a few kilometers away from the ferry.
We return to the Indochine II. We arrive in Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia.
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|Hotel / Group||2 guests||3~4 guests||5~6 guests||7~8 guests||9~12 guests||Single surcharge|
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