Travelling between Vietnam’s Mekong Delta and Phnomh Penh, the capital of Cambodia, the Victoria Mekong River Cruise is one of the stand-out highlights of our tours of Vietnam departing from the UK. This 4-night luxury Mekong tour is a great way to travel between these two countries and their spectacular natural landscapes, taking in the small riverside towns and the wonderful local wildlife too.


With the Victoria Mekong Cruise being a four-night trip, there has been plenty of entertainment booked for all passengers on board to enjoy. These include an Apsara Dance, known for its beautifully designed costumes based on the carvings on the walls of Angkor Wat, performed by local children. There is also a handful of entertainment in excursions when the boat is docked, including meeting Vietnamese Veterans, a trip to a floating market, wine tasting at a plum wine distillery, and tea in an ancient house. There is definitely no shortage of entertainment aboard the Victoria Mekong Cruise, and we’re sure you’ll love it.

The cabins

The Victoria Mekong Cruise offers four-star accommodation in its 33 deluxe and VIP cabins. Each is incredibly spacious, carefully decorated and features modern furnishings. Enjoy the Mekong river views from the comfort of your own cabin on the private balcony, complete with seating, so you can sit back and have a quiet evening watching the sun set over the river. Inside the cabin, there’s a comfortable king bed (or two twins), a TV for in-room entertainment and an en-suite bathroom with a shower.

On-board facilities

Cruise in style and comfort on board the Victoria Mekong, with a range of leisure facilities to keep you entertained throughout the cruise. Spend long, sunny days up on the sundeck, soaking up the views all around, while perhaps lying back on a sun lounger with a cocktail from the pool bar, or taking a dip in the small outdoor pool. For even more R&R, there’s also a spa on the Victoria cruise, with a range of relaxing massages to choose from to make you feel invigorated and refreshed. If you’d rather escape the heat, or you’re looking for somewhere laid-back to spend the evening, there is a games room with plenty of fun games to try, as well as a lounge where you can socialise with your fellow guests.

Dining options

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all provided as part of the Victoria Mekong River Cruise, as well as a selection of local soft drinks and beers. Tuck into your freshly prepared meals in the ship’s on-board restaurant, which also has a bar and an outdoor seating area should you wish to make the most of the sunshine. You’ll also find two other bars through the cruise ship: one in the lounge, perfect for both casual drinks with friends and more intimate drinks, and another up on the sundeck, where you can enjoy the good life and sip cocktails by the pool.