Saigon - Siem Reap by Indochine Cruise

. Saigon - Cai be - Cao Lanh - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv


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Tour Price/person 

Saigon - Siem Reap or vv - 8 day:  from US$1689/person

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RV Indochine Cruise

Built in the traditional style, the RV Indochine Cruise was christened in 2002 on the river at Phnom Penh, the first Cambodian cruise boat with international standard accommodation.
Fully-paneled in wood, with charm and comfort in mind, we designed it in keeping with the local style.

RV Indochine Cruise is the flagship of CFM’s fleet offering the most luxurious cruising on the River Mekong. With a relaxed ambience you can expect all the services you would find in a high-quality hotel.


Cabins are spacious, built in noble-wood, equipped with security boxes, hot-showers, central A/C and large storage space. The ship also has a delightful Asian decorated restaurant and a large luxury lounge. Massage facilities are also available. Indochine Cruise has an up-to-date powerful water filtration/chlorination system for water safety, whilst food and drink suppliers are the most reliable in the region, 24 hours security ensures passengers’ safety during their stay onboard. The Indochine Cruise also offers you the most loveable, helpful local staff whilst the management is Western. Laundry service is also available onboard.

Indochine Cruise's Fact and figures

Year built: 2008
Length: 50m
Width: 10m
Draft: 1.7m
Cruising speed: 16 Knots
Power Engine: 2 x 600 hp
Decks: 3
Crew: 29
1 panoramic restaurant of 90 m2
1 main lounge
1 bar
24 windowed twin cabins
Large Sun Deck (250m2)

Behavior on The Indochine Cruise

Bridge policy / No go areas
Clearly indicated as “crew only”, please do not enter “No go” areas or the bridge without the permission of the cruise direc-tor. We operate an open bridge policy but ask that you be considerate to the ship’s officers’ duties.
Dress Code
The dress code on board and ashore is informal and relaxed. In the day time, feel free to wear comfortable casual attire. In the evenings, smart casual would be appropriate.
Flip flops are provided for your comfort. When on-shore, guests should use comfortable non-slippery footwear. During cer-tain seasons, the river banks and paths can be muddy. Thus, we request that you take off your footwear when returning on board so that we can clean your shoes and return them later.
River Disturbance
Due to heavy winds, especially on the Tonle lake, the ship can be a bit rocky. Please remain calm. The ship is very secure and the worst that could happen is that you will suffer from sea-sickness.