The Jayavarman

THE JAYAVARMAN – a floating sanctuary of style and space

The Jayavarman was named after Angkor’s most venerated king, who ruled from 1181 to 1218, and was a devout Buddhist. King Jayavarman oversaw the construcion of some of the most famous temples in Angkor, including Ta Prohm, Preah Khan and the unforgettable Bayon.

It offers uncompromising luxury on 800 m2 public space including 4 decks, measuring 57.8 meters from bow to stern and 27 elegantly decorated cabins. Traveling between Saigon and Phnom Penh, the Jayavarman adorned the art deco charm of 1930’s France with the romance of Indochine.

This amazing cruise ship resembles a floating art gallery. A Jacuzzi is located on the top sundeck, which offers spectacular views of the passing delta.
This is an unforgettable means of exploring some of the most beautiful scenery in Asia.