Road to Mandalay River Cruise
The ship itself originally began life as a Rhine cruiser
in Germany and made her maiden voyage on 6th July 1964.
Originally built to very high standards for its day, the
ship was purchased by Orient-Express Hotels, Trains &
Cruises in 1994 following a period as a floating hotel
Today the Road To Mandalay continues to ply the waters of the Ayeyarwady River giving passengers the opportunity to see this fascinating and ancient land while traveling in traditional comfort.
RV Pandaw 1947
A journey on Burma's Irrawaddy River is one of life's great travel experiences. No vessel could be more appropriate for this than the RV Pandaw 1947, OPERATED
All cabins are air-conditioned and are 14 x 12 feet in size containing a shower room with hot and cold water. Interior walls are finished with hard wood tongue and groove panelling and on the upper deck the original teak decking was retained. Beds are traditional teak ship cots with brass marine fittings. Local hand-woven fabrics are used for the curtains, bed covers and cushions; there are no mini-bars or TVs! Cabin windows have insect netting fixed so windows may be kept open at night in preference to the air-con.
The old first class 'saloon' on the upper deck over the bow has been preserved as the Observation Lounge with a cocktail bar. The dining room is conceived as an extension of the open deck space with fold back doors to allow the breeze to pass through.
RV Paukan 2007
Paukan is the latest luxury river cruiser of the
Ayravata Cruises fleet, which operate the popular Pandaw
RV PAUKAN is a cruising boutique hotel with 29 cabins and maximum carrying capacity of 55 guests.
RV Paukan is a newly built replica of old steamers that used to navigate on the Burmese rivers during the colonial era. The ship is equipped with all modern amenities and safety devices to meet international standards. The comfortable and spacious cabins are tastefully decorated in Burmese style with a modern, western touch including individually controlled air-conditioning and private bathrooms with hot and cold showers. Large windows that can be opened are a feature of every cabin (except lower deck single cabins which have a bulk head only).
RV Paukan facilities include a dining room, a lounge bar with a small library, massage therapy rooms as well as a lecture theatre with a capacity for 35 passengers and equipped with LCD projector and LCD TV. The sun deck with deck chairs is a prominent feature of the ship.
The Amara River Cruise is a traditional Myanmar riverboat traveling along the Ayarwady and Chindwin River. It measures 30 meters / 100 feet in length by 8 meters / 24 feet in width. With a shallow draft of 1 meter/ 3 feet and two Hino engines. It can go as far north as Bamo all year round. On board you find a total of seven Cabins, six standard double cabins and one deluxe, each with its own bathroom with hot and cold shower. Communal areas include dining room, bar and canopied sundeck .
RV MAHAYTHI offering two cruises traveling into the network of Ayeyarwady Delta Region. This is the one and only river cruise operating in the delta area which should not be missed. Pleasantly cruise travel into the Delta region, via Twante where clay pot painting and Pathein where the traditional umbrella workshops are located. One can see the native villages, the mighty Ayeyarwady River, un-spoilt beaches of purest white sand and crystal-clear blue water facing the Bay of Bengal. More...
Malikha river Cruise
Malikha river ships are designed with a variety of features and intimate amenities to make you feel as convenient as home, while experiencing locals' routine and lives.
Travel from one exciting destination to the next in the comfort of exquisitely upholstered chairs and sofas, while you enjoy expansive views of the ever-changing scenery and while sipping your favorite beer or cold drinks.
Malikha river cruise arrange chartered cruise upon request for Bhamo, Katha, Mingun and others.
Shwe Keinnery Vessels
A Journey on
Irrawaddy river lets you have a memorable travel
experiences. The journey provides opportunity to see one
of the interesting areas in Myanmar onboard in a modern
and comfortable style. Three vessels each has a capacity
of about 100 passengers furnished reclining seat at main
deck. Observation deck and dinning hall are at upper
deck. Between two ancient capitals, it stops at Myinmu
and Pakkoku respectively able to join passenger on