Victoria Mekong Cruise
Victoria Mekong Cruise Overview
Launched in late-2019, the 4-star Victoria Mekong is one of the region’s newest ships. While our destinations boast an ancient history, our ship enjoys state-of-the-art design and a chic, contemporary aesthetic for the ultimate in comfort and style.
Victoria Cruise Facilities & Services
Whether on the ship or off on a shore excursion, you’ll always be well looked after. Our extensive range of services ensures the comforts of home are never far away. Life on board the Victoria Mekong Cruise is never boring. In fact, you’ll wonder how to fit everything in, from spa treatments to a game of mini-golf on the Rooftop Deck.
Claypot RestaurantLocated on the Panorama Deck, the restaurant proposes buffet breakfast, buffet lunch and set menus for dinner, all designed by our Executive Chef. Meals include free-flow of house wines, local beers and soft drinks. The dining room is spacious, lined with large bay windows, with a terrace for passengers wishing to dine outside and a live kitchen for an interactive dining experience. Featuring an open kitchen and panoramic views of the Mekong River, the Claypot Restaurant is where guests savour beautifully prepared meals in an inspired setting.
Horizon Lounge BarLocated on the Sun Deck, our Horizon Lounge Bar is the ideal place to curl up with a book and a cappuccino or a glass of wine while enjoying the river breezes.
Infinity Pool BarCool off with a dip in the pool and a classic cocktail from the Infinity Bar.
ENTERTAINMENT ON VICTORIA RIVER CRUISE
Every day features a variety of activities: “a đờn ca tài tử” (traditional Mekong Delta music) performance, an acrobatic Lion Dance, lectures, movies, a cocktail competition and many other exciting activities keep passengers busy. In Phnom Penh, we invite a troupe of local dancers to perform exquisite Apsara dances on board and meet passengers.
The Victoria Mekong’s shore excursions provide a genuine insight into the life of the Mekong Delta people. Visit the Tiger Temple on Tiger Island, or a plum wine distillery in Tan Loc Island, watch the age-old traditional silk fabrication process in the only remaining Silk Village in Tan Chau, visit the An Giang Museum in Long Xuyen. Electric bikes are available for some excursions.
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