“The Jayavarman” – a floating sanctuary of style and space
Inspired by the golden age cruise liner Normandie, “The Jayavarman” is a 20th century boutique style marvel marries avant-garde French colonial design with enchanting Indochine architecture to perfection.
“The Jayavarman” is Indochina’s first of its kind boutique style river cruise liner and offers uncompromising luxury on 800 m² public space including 4 decks.
The guest accommodation consists of 27 expansive and carefully designed staterooms with floor to ceiling panoramic sliding glass doors onto a private French balcony offer privacy and matchless luxury.
– Superior Stateroom
Located on the Main Deck with a balcony, ensuring light to the cabin all day long. Each Superior Stateroom is individually decorated.
– Deluxe Stateroom
Located on the Upper Deck with a balcony. Each Deluxe Stateroom is decorated in a unique Indochine way.
– “Bao Dai” Signature Stateroom
Located on the Upper Deck, with its own balcony. The Royal Junior Suite is expansively elegant and designed to perfection. Fusing traditional Vietnamese / French colonial style interior design.
– “Jayavarman” Signature Stateroom
Located as well on the Upper Deck, with its own balcony. This Royal Junior Suite has its own unique identity and character. Experience that home away from home satisfaction.
Sun Deck
1.1 Sun beds
1.2 Massage parlor, shower & day bed
Terrace Deck
2.1 “Indochine” indoor restaurant
2.2 “Club 1930” Funnel Bar & Lounge        terrace
2.3 Wheelhouse & observation platform
Upper Deck
3.1 Deluxe Cabins
3.2 Signature Cabins
3.3 “Henry Mouhot” lounge, observatory & library
3.4 “L’extreme Orient” boutique shop
Main Deck
4.1 Superior Cabins & balcony
4.2 “Apsara” Beauty & Wellness Spa
4.3 Crew area
Amenities at a glance
• Private balconies with floor to ceiling sliding doors are a special feature
• Stylish bathroom with double vanity and glass shower cabin
• Personal mini bar
• Safe deposit box
• In-house phone
• In-suite temperature controls
• Bath robe, slippers, hair dryer
On board services
• Daily newspaper in English and German
• 24 hours room service
• I-Pod rental
• Turndown service and daily presents
• Laundry service
• 24 – hour security
• IDD at the reception
• Doctor on call
• Library with books, arts literature, music and games
• Boutique shop with magazines, literature, toiletries, travel items, clothes and handicrafts
Social areas and facilities
• Lobby, observatory with binoculars, boutique, dining room, Funnel Bar & Lounge, Sun Deck and bridge platform.
• F&B outlets: dining room, breakfast deck, Funnel Bar and Lounge
• Library with internet workstation
• Reception & boutique
• Massage and beauty oasis (in-/outdoor)
• Luggage store facility

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The Tonle Sap (The Great Lake) is the flowing heart of Cambodia, giving love and life to this nation. The Tonle Sap 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. At 12.00h (noon), we gather at the meeting point followed by a quick transfer to the boutique Ship. The ever-smiling crew welcomes us with unbridled warmth. A refreshing welcome drink awaits us followed by a sumptuous lunch on the Ship. Then, it is a lazy afternoon as the ship glides along the water. Dinner is at Dining Hall. Enjoy a spectacular experience on the sun deck as we bathe in the glow of the moon and the radiance of the stars.
The ship moors overnight in the river or on the lake.
Including: Lunch and Dinner.

The day – in fact everyday – starts with an invigorating Tai Chi lesson on the sun deck, just as the sun begins its slow rise. Coffee and tea awaits the early bird. Before dawn, the ship sets sail across the Tonle Lake. As the Ship is about to exit the lake, we see spectacular marshlands floating along the river banks of Kampong Chhnang province. The afternoon cruise continues with a languid meander along the Tonle River, which narrows through leafy swaths of the Southeast Asian jungle. Here, the river is very narrow and we are greeted by kids waving enthusiastically at us from the banks. Follow a short bus trip to the see the Khmer-styled pottery at the Aundaung Russey village. We then embark on a truly arvellous motorboat excursion from Kampong Chhnang to see the wetlands, floating houses and fish farms in the region before reaching Kampong Cham in the evening. Further down the river we take part in an ox cart rally before being introduced to the Heritage Line pro bono “literacy project”. 
Overnight in Kampong Cham.
Including breakfast, lunch and dinner.

We will wake up in the small hours of the morning, truly energized to embark on a land journey to the pre-Angkorian temple of Wat Hanchey. Travelers either take a motor-taxi or climb 291 steps to the top. Located at the top of a hill overlooking the river, it offers one of the most breath-taking views in Cambodia. Built in the 8th century, this ancient structure, together with a bigger and newer addition underscores the superb architecture of the Chenla Empire which predates the mighty Angkor temple complex. We even get to engage in light banter with some of the monks in the area. We will return to the Ship to witness a blessing ceremony performed by orange-clad local monks. When the tide allows, we will enjoy a surprise sojourn in our zodiacs (inflatable boats) to the nearby bank to swim in the teacoloured Mekong river, an experience that will, no doubt, dominate dinner conversations in the weeks to come. We will then cruise owards Kampong Cham to visit Wat Nokor, a wat built within the ruins of an ancient temple which holds a timeless story. On the way back to the Ship, we will visit an orphanage. Along the way, we will have to maneuver a 2-kilometer rickety bamboo bridge. Our sense of balance lies in the balance!
Overnight midstream near Phnom Penh.
Including breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Phnom Penh was once the Paris of the East. Despite its rapid development, it has retained a lot of its rustic charm and elegance. After breakfast, we will be captivated by a comprehensive lecture on Cambodia’s modern history. This will be followed by a city tour of this dynamic, historical capital city of Cambodia which has managed to preserve huge slices of its French colonial allure. Sightseeing in the morning will include visiting the dazzling white and gold edifice of the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda, and witnessing exceptionally beautiful Khmer craft at the National Museum. After lunch at a local restaurant, we will visit the Genocide museum and the Killing Field in town. Be prepared to be heart wrenched by this stark reminder of the genocide that transpired during Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime. We go back to the Ship after our museum visit. A variety of cocktails will be served followed by a traditional Apsara dance performance on board. Experience the brilliance and richness of this culture, the soothing sounds of traditional music, the calming scent of incense sticks and a barbeque on the sun deck. It is indeed a truly marvellous experience, dining in the open with the stars and the moon as our companions.
Overnight in Phnom Penh.
Including breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Your journey with the floating sanctuary has come to an end, but will not be forgotten. Disembark after breakfast and head into the city of Phnom Penh to further discover its culture and history.
Including: Breakfast


  • Accommodation in double/twin cabin
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Group Shore-excursions
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Coffee and tea (jug) all day, Prosecco on arrival in cabin
  • Tour guide services (English Speaking)
  • Taxes, Fuel, River pilots
  • Transfer from meeting point to embarkation point and from disembarkation point to drop off point.


  • International flights & departures taxes
  • All transfers to/from meeting point to your hotel
  • Beverage
  • Travel insurance
  • Port tax
  • Personal expenses, tips and gratuities (suggested at US8-10$/customer/day)
  • Vietnam visa
  • Cambodia visa (US$ 37 will bed added to client’s invoice on board)
  • Fuel surcharges if there is any
  • Bank transfer fees & credit card service fees
  • Others not mentioned above

Important Notes:
Kindly provide us passport information (Full name, sex, Nationality, passport number, date of birth, validity of visa) of passengers at least four weeks prior to cruise date.
Passport: It is required to keep guests’ passport during the cruise due to port authority at different port of calls. Our tour guide will collect clients’ passports at the meeting point. The passport of guests will be kept until their disembarkation.
Visas: For the downstream cruise from Cambodia to Vietnam, guests are required to have Vietnam visa before embarkation. Vietnam visa should be valid before the departure date. For the upstream cruise from Vietnam to Cambodia, the cruise will help to arrange Cambodia visa on board upon border arrival. Visa fee of 37 USD/person will be added to client’s invoice on board.
Gratuities: We suggest that if satisfied with the service a gratuity will be collected at the last day aboard. We suggest US$8-10 per passenger per day. Gratuities shall be settled together with the shipboard account at the end of a cruise. Please note that guests are under absolutely no obligation to make any gratuity at all. Guests may tip HL tour guides separately and the amount would be at your discretion.

Rate for Route Phnom Penh – Siemreap:

Period Category Double cabin Single cabin
High Season
(Jan 2017-Mar 2017)
Superior 3,321 2,491
Deluxe 3,945 2,959
Signatures 4,236 3,177
Shoulder Season
(Apr 2017)
Superior 2,630 1,973
Deluxe 3,126 2,344
Signatures 3,357 2,518
Low Season
(Jun 2017 –Sep, 2017)
Superior 2,073 1,555
Deluxe 2,393 1,795
Signatures 2,570 1,928
Shoulder Season
(Oct 1, 2017 – Oct 14, 2017)
Superior 2,937 2,203
Deluxe 3,515 2,761
Signatures 3,938 2,929
High season
(Oct 15, 2017 – Dec 2017)
Superior 3,804 2,803
Deluxe 4,406 3,254
Signatures 4,787 3,765

Rate for Route Siemreap – Phnom Penh:

Period Category Double cabin Single cabin
High Season
(Jan 2017-Mar 2017)
Superior 2,492 1,868
Deluxe 2,959 2,219
Signatures 3,177 2,383
Shoulder Season
(Apr 2017)
Superior 1,973 1,479
Deluxe 2,344 1,758
Signatures 2,517 1,888
Low Season
(Jun 2017 –Sep, 2017)
Superior 1,556 1,167
Deluxe 1,795 1,346
Signatures 1,928 1,446
Shoulder Season
(Oct 1, 2017 – Oct 14, 2017)
Superior 2,203 1,727
Deluxe 2,961 1,995
Signatures 2,928 2,321
High season
(Oct 15, 2016 – Dec 2016)
Superior 2,904 2,202
Deluxe 3,254 2,441
Signatures 3,865 2,899

* Noted: Surcharge 20,24,27,30 Dec: US$ 196/person

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