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Road to Mandalay

This luxury ship has been operating since 1995. It can accommodate a maximum of 110 passengers in three different cabin types; state, superior and single. Each cabin has air condition, en suite shower, WC, telephone, satellite TV with in house video and a personal safe.

The Road to Mandalay has a swimming pool, a large sun deck, an observation lounge with large windows, a restaurant and a boutique.

It cruises mainly Mandalay-Bagan (4 days/ 3 nights) and Bagan-Mandalay (5 days/ 4 nights) journey.

Mandalay to Bagan (5days/4nights) itinerary!

 

R V Pauk Kan 1947

It was originally built in 1947 in Scottland and delivered to Myanmar in 1950 to serve the water inland transport. In 1998, it was converted into a 16 cabins luxury river cruise. Each cabin has air condition, en suite shower and WC. There are observation lounge, cocktail bar, dinning room and kitchen. It has been cruising since 2001 in Ayayarwaddy and Chin-dwin rivers.

The furniture (East meet West) on board are especially designed for R V Pauk kan. It is a kind of boutique cruising hotel as handicrafts, paintings, old photos and magazine, Burmese lacquer ware and statues are displayed inside the cabins.


Cruising Bagan to Mandalay cruise (6days/5nights) Itinerary!

Cruising Bagan to Mandalay (11days/10nights) itinerary!

Pyay to Mandalay cruise (11days/10nights) itinerary!

R V Paukan 2012

The replicas of old steamers in colonial era are used for the new luxury cruise, RV Paukan which has been cruising since 2007. The cruise has 29 cabins in three decks (main, upper and lower) for maximum 55 passengers.
The ship is equipped with modern amenities and safety advices to meet international standard. The facilities include a lecture theatre with LCD projector and TV, lounge bar with library, massage therapy room and dinning room.

1. Bagan to Mandalay cruise (3days/2nights)

2. Mandalay to Bagan cruise (2days/1 night)

Amara I & Amara II

The Amara River Cruise is a traditional Myanmar riverboat travelling along the Ayeyarwaddy River. It is made of teak wood and was completely refurbished by local craftsmen in 2003. It is 30 meters / 100 feet long and with a shallow draft of 1 meter / 3 feet and two Japan made 180hp Hino engines it can go as far north as Bhamo. The Amara River Cruise has a total of seven cabins, each with their own bathroom with hot and cold shower. Communal areas, bar and canopied sun deck. Electricity is provided by a generator and battery 24 hours a day. Safety is provided by smoke detectors in all cabins, emergency lighting, fire extinguishers, life jackets and a dinghy. Amenities include on-board laundry, fully equipped kitchen and refrigerators. All bed linen and towels as well as dining service and bar equipment are provided.


1. Cruising Bhamo to Mandalay (7days/6nights)

Shwekeinnery

The ship has three decks; lower deck, upper deck with dinning and sundeck. It has been cruising Mandalay to Bagan. It can carry up to 100 passengers in relaxing style. It takes about 8 hours to reach Bagan though the picturesque Ayeyarwaddy region.

It is a great choice to cut your budget and reach Bagan while exploring the river lifestyle of the native people and sunbathing on board.

 
 
 


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