CruiseNew all-suite river ship has views to snooze by.

Avalon: Seeing the world differently

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Avalon Saigon’s signature Panorama Suites have beds that face the views.
Avalon Saigon’s signature Panorama Suites have beds that face the views.

The Avalon Saigon joins the Avalon Siem Reap with cruises through Cambodia and Vietnam. The ship has 18 suites at 245 square feet.

Avalon Waterways has launched its second all-suite ship on the Mekong.

The Avalon Saigon joins the Avalon Siem Reap with cruises through Cambodia and Vietnam. The ship has 18 suites at 245 square feet.

The Avalon Saigon is sailing cruises of 13, 16 and 18 days.

Featuring Avalon Waterways’ signature spacious Panorama Suites, one-of-a-kind open-air balconies and beds that face the views for which river cruising is famous, “the Avalon Saigon takes travellers beyond expectation”, said Pam Hoffee, managing director of Avalon Waterways. 

“With a maximum capacity of just 36 guests, this Mekong ship – like its sister ship, the Avalon Siem Reap – invites travellers to see the world differently.”

Each open-air balcony is a private sitting area, complete with love seat, chair and table.

The Avalon Saigon will sail the Heart of Cambodia & Vietnam — a new 18-day journey — as well as 13-day Fascinating Vietnam, Cambodia & the Mekong River.


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