RV Toum Tiou Cruise
.Saigon - Cai Be - Can Tho - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap
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Toum Tiou Destination: Mekong Vietnam and Cambodia; Toum Tiou Departure: on fixed date; Toum Tiou Cruise Duration: from 4 to 8 days
RV Toum Tiou Cruise Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages.Highly recommended by Tripadvisor.
RV Toum Tiou Special Offer
No of cabins: 14
Passenger: 28 max
Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 3 days : from US$595/person
Saigon - Phnom Penh or vv - 4 days: from US$650/person
Note*: rates would vary depending on the cabin you would like to book, number of cabins and date of departures. We constantly offer big discount (upto US$350 off). Please book the tour or contact us @ firstname.lastname@example.org for best available rate.
RV Toum Tiou Cruise Mekong Vietnam and Cambodia, details with Tripadvisor Reviews
Toum Tiou I Cruise
Built in the traditional style, the Toum Tiou I 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.
Modestly sized and with the safety of a steel hull, its low draft makes possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages. With the tasteful decoration of a bygone era, the Toum Tiou I Cruise has 10 cozy double cabins with private shower, a large lounge area, a panoramic viewing space to the front, a half-covered bar-restaurant to the rear and a roof patio. Air conditioning, hi-fi system and library are provided.
The captain, ship hands, hostesses, cooks and purser are discreet and inconspicuous in the performance of their duties.
Toum Tiou I Cruise Fact and figures
Number of cabins: 10
Engine Power: 315CV
Speed: 9 knots
Toum Tiou II Cruise
Toum and Tiou, the Cambodian Romeo and Juliet, the story of two young lovers who are stopped by an ambitious mother. The mother of Tiou who wants her daughter to be married to the King, but finally both of the youngsters die for true love... this story is all around our second colonial style and familiar ambience river vessel, the Toum Tiou II Cruise, which was built in 2008 in Saigon, Vietnam.
Toum Tiou 2 Cruise is not just another river boat, it differs to others. This charismatic mekong boat has 14 cozy cabins following the colonial style of her mother - The Toum Tiou Cruise. Each cabin is built with noble wood in an elegant style, has its own A/C, hot water shower, security safe and a large window for spectacular view of the nature. Public areas like a panoramic, open restaurant which is matchless on the River and a spacious sun deck also add to be facilities of the boat. Toum Tiou 2 Cruise kitchen is famous for its variety of Asian food and smiley cooks. Equipments on Toum Tiou 2 Cruise also contains a powerful filtration/chlorination system for water safety. Laundry service is also available onboard.
During cruises, Toum Tiou 2 Cruise offers full board with Asian/Western food, daily excursions, free coffee and tea and uniterrapted sailing with spectacular view of the Mekong nature.
Toum Tiou Cruise II Fact and Figures:
Number of cabins: 14
Engine Power: 460CV
Speed: 11 knot
Behavior on The Toum Tiou 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.
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.
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.