Jayavarman Cruise Ship

Officially launched in 2009, Jayavarman ranks among the first Heritage Line's cruise liners plying along the mighty Mekong, from Can Tho to Siem Reap. Hinted in its own name, the vessel is a nostalgia for the serenity and artistry associated with King Jayavarman's reign. 

With the ambition to turn 190-foot Jayavarman into a floating art gallery, Asiatique Design has charmingly arranged and combined intricate woodcarvings, Khmer bas-reliefs and Vietnamese lacquer paintings - all triggering a memorable experience. More importantly, 27 luxurious cabins and other facilities like Club 1930 Bar, Apsara Spa, Henry Mouhot Lounge are all followed the 1930s art deco charm with a zephyr of long-forgotten Indochina romance.