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Setting sail from Prek Kdam
Cambodia: Kampong Chhnang
The town of Kampong Chhnang lies at the centre of the province of the same name, and the busy dock is a hub for exploration of the Tonle Sap river. Nearby you will find picturesque floating villages and lush green rice fields, and the region is known for its pottery.
Cambodia: Kampong Tralach
Oudong was once the capital of Cambodia, and served as the royal residence for over 250 years until it was abandoned by King Norodom in 1866. The twin peaks of Phnom Oudong mountain are scattered with Buddhist stupas, and offer great views of the surrounding countryside.
Cambodia: Chong Koh
Cambodia: Phnom Penh
Cambodia’s lively, youthful capital has shown a remarkable resilience in bouncing back from the horrors of the Khmer Rouge regime. The beautiful Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda shouldn’t be missed, while the former Tuol Sleng prison is a harrowing reminder of Phnom Penh’s recent past.
Vietnam: Tan Chau
Vietnam: Sa Dec
The riverfront town of Sa Dec is one of the most appealing destinations in the Mekong Delta, a laid back and peaceful place where boats laden with flowers from the nearby markets ply the waterways, overlooked by beautiful old French colonial villas.
Vietnam: Cai Be
Arriving in My Tho
Your home from home
Designed to provide a luxurious haven and reflect the fascinating destinations of Vietnam and Cambodia, the AmaDara’s rich teak interior has a stylish feel whilst the public areas are elegant and welcoming.
What we love
Each stateroom has twin balcony which includes an outside seating area and French balcony, ideal for admiring the scenic river views. There are two dining venues, the main Mekong Restaurant and the excellent Tarantula Gill, (if you can get over the name!).
|Style||Relaxed and informal during the day, giving way to an elegant evening atmosphere|