• Experience the ultimate Mekong cruise ship
  • Stay in a architect-designed suite complete with floor-to-ceiling views
  • Enjoy fine dining created by a Michelin-standard chef
  • Explore with a fully inclusive programme of excursion
  • Relax with a pool, spa on board

There are plenty of options when it comes to cruising the Mekong, but none have the sheer style and sense of luxury as Aqua Mekong. It’s a showcase for state-of-the-art cruise-ship design, with ultra-chic interiors by acclaimed architects, Noor. Suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows, which invite in the light and the views of the Mekong’s ever-changing scenery. 

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Private balconies, available on selected suites, only serve to enhance the connection with the world outside, while inside, California king-size beds and super-stylish bathrooms invite complete relaxation as you cruise between ports. 

In a region famed for its food, a journey on the Aqua Mekong is a true celebration of Indochina’s culinary variety, with exclusive menus created by Michelin-star-winning David Thompson, one of Southeast Asia’s finest chefs. Expect everything from perfectly spiced lamb curry to Vietnamese sugar-cane prawns, all paired with international fine wines and served in a communal dining style in keeping with the traditions of the region.

Alongside a curated programme of expert-led shore excursions, you’ll be treated to a host of onboard amenities, from outdoor and indoor lounges and bars to a swimming pool, games room and small state-of-the-art gym. There’s even a private screening room where you can settle down to watch such classic movies as Good Morning Vietnam and enjoy private lectures and documentaries on the Mekong's landscapes, wildlife and culture. And, for the ultimate indulgence, there’s also a spa on board where experiences therapists provide a range of relaxing treatments. 


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A river journey through Indochina

13 days from £8,795 pp incl. flights

Sail the mighty Mekong River to discover riverside monasteries and floating markets linking Ho Chi Minh City with the golden palaces of Phnom Penh before ending with Cambodia’s national treasure and icon, Angkor Wat.

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