Toum Tiou II
The Toum Tiou II offers an unmatched cruising experience of the Mekong with spectacular views of the Mekong’s fauna and flora and diverse day-to-day life of the people and cultures of Cambodia and Vietnam. Larger than its sister vessel, Toum Tiou II offers even greater comfort with additional in-cabin facilities including a private lounge area, air conditioning, hi-fi system, and on-suite bathroom with hot / cold private shower and complimentary tea and coffee. The 14 cozy cabins are fitted to the highest specifications with noble wood finishes in an elegant colonial style.
There are six comfortable twin or double cabins located across the Toum Tiou II’s Upper Deck. Each cabin is decorated in colonial style with elegant wood furniture and the large windows offer spectacular views of the river. All cabins provide guests with an En Suite Bathroom complete with Shower and WC, Air Conditioning and a Safety Deposit Box.
There are eight comfortable twin or double cabins located on the Toum Tiou II’s Main Deck. Each cabin is decorated in colonial style with elegant wood furniture and the large windows offer spectacular views of the river. All cabins provide guests with an En Suite Bathroom complete with Shower and WC, Air Conditioning and a Safety Deposit Box.
The most memorable place in Toum Tiou II, absolutely, is the Restaurant where one can find the most interesting dishes with wonderful flavors from many parts of the world – from Laos, India, and Cambodia to European. More, Restaurant is not only a place for eating but for making friends and relaxing after a day of adventuring.
The vessel’s understated elegance is reflected in the harmonious blend of colonial style and traditional design, which lends the Toum Tiou II a sophisticated yet charming ambiance. With spacious public areas that offer uninterrupted views, guests can admire the sights and sounds of the mighty Mekong while sunbathing on the roof patio.
Excursions on board the Toum Tiou II provide guests with an exciting and informative guide to the area and the culture. Included within these excursions is the Buffing of your footwear after each excursion, bottled drinking water, cold towel service after excursions, welcome back drink after each excursion, deluxe sampans with cold towel service, fresh fruit, and tea/coffee, Spacious coach travel on all excursions and First-aid trained assistants to guide to follow on all tours and excursions.
Alternatively, for food lovers why not get up early, take a chair on the Sundeck, select your position and fish by your style with your fishing rod. After catching some fishes, join in the cooking class where you can cook by your style or learn about the Asian cuisine with the guide of the onboard chefs.
Please note: this ship does not offer and health/fitness amenities.
Please note: there are no facilities onboard for children or teens.
All passengers are required to be medically, physically and/or mentally fit to undertake a trip without endangering their life or the life of others. No medical services are offered aboard the ships. Any passenger with a physical or mental incapacity, limited capacity of mobility, having an illness requiring treatment or medical care, or pregnant women should inform the travel agent at the time of booking. No reservations can be accepted for passengers whose physical or mental condition is likely to render their participation in the cruise or in the vacation impossible or dangerous for themselves or others, or who require forms of care or assistance impossible to guarantee aboard ship, notably because of unsuitable infrastructure. Some suppliers (hoteliers, airlines and cruise companies, etc) may require a medical certificate confirming that the passenger is fit to travel or they may refuse to accept the booking if they feel that they will be unable to guarantee any assistance or treatment deemed necessary for the health and well-being of the passenger. Participation in the voyage and in excursions is subject to the condition of the passenger having sufficient mobility. If necessary, the disabled may be accompanied at their own expense to obtain the required assistance. All personal accidents, diversions or forced stopover costs disrupting the course of the cruise shall be at the liability of the passenger having concealed his unfitness to travel.
Dress is casual and relaxed onboard and ashore. While there is no obligation to change for dinner, many do after a hot day of touring. Jeans and shorts can be worn in the restaurant. Loose-fitting clothes are advisable in the heat, with a sweater or wrap for cooler evenings if you want to sit out on deck. There is a fairly low-key captain's cocktail evening and gala dinner where some women choose to wear a dress and men opt for smarter slacks. Helpful hint: Don't go overboard on packing as there are fantastic bargains in the markets -- T-shirts, colourful cotton pants, scarves and beautiful traditional silk attire -- that are great to wear in the day and evening. The ship also has a very inexpensive laundry.
Note: In some temples, skimpy tops and shorts are not allowed and women are required to dress modestly in high-necked tops that cover the shoulders and skirts or pants that fall on or just below the knee. When this is required, the guides or cruise director will always advise in advance.
Reservations from minors shall not be accepted by the travel agency but must be made by the parents or other adults of more than 18 years of age with the necessary authorisations. Minors of under 18 years of age are not permitted to travel on board unaccompanied. They must be accompanied by parents or adults of more than 18 years of age. No alcoholic beverages shall be served to minors on board. Proof of the customer’s age may be requested by the ship’s personnel.
Please advise the reservation agent at time of booking of any special dietary requirements you may have and they will make every effort to accommodate your request.
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