Discover the wonders of Myanmar in a luxury river cruise
Myanmar has kept its wonders under wraps for almost half a century. Now it is possible to discover Myanmar’s treasures through a luxury river cruise on board the Road to Mandalay and Orcaella.
According to gulfnews.com:
In late July, the Orcaella made its maiden voyage on a 1,600-kilometre journey deep into Myanmar’s interior, almost to the border of India. It is operated by the Orient Express, the group that runs luxury hotels, trains and boats globally.
Though luxury cruise afficionados might raise an eyebrow because the cruise ships do not look very handsome from the outside, the awe experience begings once the interiors are seen and the services are experienced. Road to Mandalay is a With the luxury river cruises of Orient Express, expect nothing less than great service, relaxing getaway and breathtaking views of golden temples, saffron-robed monks and a peek at the culture in Myanmar.
Road to Mandalay is the river cruiser to Ayeyarwady River for 3- to 11-night cruises. It offers 5 very spacious cabin categories; each is equipped with air conditioning, personal safe, telephone, satellite tv and en-suite bathroom.
The Orcaella travels to the Ayeyarwady and Chindwin Rivers for 7 or 11 night cruises. Orcaela has 25 large cabins with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that allow great views of the rivers. Orcaella can accommodate up to 50 guests across 2 Balcony Suites, 2 Junior Suite, 12 State and 9 Deluxe Cabins.
How would you like to experience Myanmar through a luxury river cruise?