Fascinating Vietnam, Cambodia & The Mekong River With Bangkok (Northbound) on Avalon Saigon
The all-suite Avalon SaigonSM, built in 2018, was specifically designed to offer the best cruise experience on the Mekong River. She is one of only two ships in the industry, along with her sister ship the Avalon Siem ReapSM, cruising from Ho Chi Minh City to Siem Reap* (or vice versa) eliminating hours of motorcoach travel time, which means you enjoy more cruising! The ship has been meticulously crafted to offer all the modern features you expect, yet it retains the colonial charm fitting to Vietnam and Cambodia.
While the number of guests on the ship may be small, the ship isn't. Built as long and wide as other ships that carry twice as many guests, the public spaces never feel congested. From the air-conditioned Panorama Lounge to the open-air observation lounge, there is plenty of seating and spots to relax. Plus, our lounges are located at the front of the ship, not the back, so no matter where you sit you'll always have a great view. From the reception staff and bartender to wait staff and room attendant, we always deliver exquisite service that's comfortable and friendly - never stuffy! With Avalon, our ship becomes your home away from home.
*Cruising to Siem Reap is dependent on water levels.
The Possibilities are as Wide Open as the Views
If you want to see the world, cruise down its legendary rivers. If you want to see more of the world, look no further than Avalon Waterways. Our Suite Ships feature one-of-a-kind Panorama Suites, with the widest opening windows in river cruising, the industry’s only Open-Air BalconySM, and beds facing the incredible views.
Beyond our wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling windows is a world just waiting to be...
|1||Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
|2||Ho Chi Minh City|
|3||Ho Chi Minh City. Excursion To Cu Chi Tunnels|
|4||Ho Chi Minh City (Embarkation)|
|5||Vinh Long – Cu Lao Gieng|
|6||Chau Doc – Long Khanh A – Border Crossing, Cambodia|
|9||Wat Hanchey – Angkor Ban|
|10||Konpong Louang – Kampong Tralach|
|11||Phnom Penh (Disembarkation) – Siem Reap|
|13||Siem Reap – Bangkok, Thailand|