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Book a 7 night cruise or more in an Ocean View cabin or above by 8.30pm Monday 18th November 2019 and receive a FREE Hotel Chocolat Wreath Box in time for Christmas. Please quote 'ROL73777' at time of booking. Terms & conditions apply 

Victoria Mekong

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  • Occupancy: 70
  • Length: 251
  • Rating

Recreational


9-hole Mini Golf
Games Room

Relaxation


Massage
Spa

Food and Drink


Bar
Cocktail Bar
Lounge Bar
Restaurant
The Pool Bar
Rooms

Balcony


Deluxe Cabin

Deluxe Cabin


Deluxe cabins are located on the main deck and upper deck and are 23m2. All contemporary cabins include a private balcony and are equipped with en-suite bathrooms, a 40” TV and all modern comforts.

Suite


VIP Suites

VIP Suites


They’re two VIP Suites on board the Victoria Mekong, which are located on the upper deck. They are 45m2 and include a private balcony, en-suite bathroom, a 40” TV and all modern comforts.
Ship Deck

Victoria Mekong Deck Plan

The Ship


Victoria Mekong is a 35-cabins ship with state-of-the-art facilities including a passenger elevator, a restaurant with open kitchen, a lounge bar, a Jacuzzi pool with pool bar and sundeck, a massage room, a mini-golf.

Dining
Located on the Upper Deck, the restaurant proposes buffet breakfast, buffet lunch and set menus for dinner, all designed by an 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.

Entertainment on board
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, they invite a troupe of local disadvantaged children to perform exquisite Apsara dances on board and meet passengers.

Environment
Victoria Mekong strives to contribute to environment protection. The ship is equipped with solar panels, all lights are low energy consumption, water is treated and recycled on board, natural and local materials are used whenever possible, and Wendy Wu limit usage of plastic and provide each cabin with 2 refillable water bottles with water stations on each deck.