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Rooms & Rates

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Rates from 800USD for a 2 nights’ cruise for 2 persons
Take a leisurely 3-day journey down the Mekong River in Southern Laos to witness one of the region’s most remarkable treasures, the mythical UNESCO World Heritage site of Vat Phou, considered the birthplace of Khmer architecture. Featuring 12 cabins, the boutique river-borne hotel will take you through timeless landscapes, accentuated by the stunning Si Phun Don, the “4,000 Islands,” and Southeast Asia’s largest waterfalls at Pha Pheng.

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Vat Phou Cabins

12 elegant twin shared cabins, each with a view over the river, fully air-conditioned. The cabins are fitted with dressing tables, a wardrobe, a private bathroom with a hot shower and a western style toilet. Life jackets are available in a variety of sizes including children’s sizes.

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Cruising Areas: Mekong River (Southern Laos)
Length: 34 m
Beam: 7.50m
Number of Cabins: 12
Annual Docking: June
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Vat Phou crewAbout the crew
Vat Phou crews are local villagers from along the southern end of the Mekong River in Laos, providing income to communities we visit. While learning the importance of hygiene and living in a healthy environment, they are still continuing to improve their English and customer service skills through regular training programs. All crew on the boat live and work in harmony and consider one other as family. This is the beauty of the Vat Phou Cruise.
Vat Phou cuisineCuisine on board
All meals are included on the cruise. The galley produces fine Lao, Viet and Thai dishes, lovingly prepared and beautifully presented, served on the main deck. Some dinners offer beautiful Lao village in background over the Mekong, while the boat docks for the night.
Vat Phou templesA cruise through time
All Vat Phou Mekong Cruises itineraries start or finish in Pakse and last for 3 days/2 nights. The cruise down itinerary cruises downriver starting at the UNESCO World Heritage Vat Phou ruins, continuing to the mysterious Oum Moung ruins, 4,000 Islands and finishing at the Pha Pheng waterfall. The cruise up itinerary does exactly the same cruise in reverse, starting at the Pha Pheng waterfall, continuing upriver to the 4000 Islands, Oum Muong Ruins and finishing at the Vat Phou ruins.



 

TIME & WEATHER

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36° C

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4:19 pm

Offers

Offers

-20% on the 2 nights' cruise

You can enjoy -20% OFF if you book your cruise at least 30 days in advance. This is for stays from now until 31 October 2016.
You can also enjoy -20% OFF for the cruises between 15 and 28 January and between 10 to 24 March 2016. This cannot be combined with the early bird offer above.

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