CroisiEurope resumes sailings on the Mekong

CroisiEurope resumes sailings on the Mekong

The French river cruise operator’s five ships will return on August 7 after a two-year pause due to the pandemic

CroisiEurope is to resume operations on the Mekong from August 7, the first cruise line to return to he Southeast Asian river since the start of the pandemic in 2020.

The French-owned operator says it will have five ships operating nine-day cruises between Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and Siem Reap in Cambodia.

The vessels are RV Indochine 1; RV Indochine 2; RV Lan Diep; RV Toum Tiou 1; and RV Toum Tiou 2 with capacities ranging from 20 to 62 passengers.

Each ship has a restaurant serving Asian and international dishes, an air-conditioned lounge, sun deck, spacious cabins and a massage area.

Prices for the nine-day cruises, which include visits to the temples of Angkor Wat and the floating villages on Tonlé Sap lake, start from £1,813 per person.


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