DISCOVER AN EXOTIC AND MYSTERIOUS LAND ON A MYANMAR RIVER CRUISE
Enjoy the comfort of the accommodations and service on either The Road to Mandalay or the Orcaella, which operate between July and April. During your Belmond (formerly Orient-Express) cruise on the 82-passenger The Road to Mandalay, you'll visit Yangon, with its ancient palaces and religious landmarks; Ava, Mandalay's ancient capital; Bagan, with its more than 2,000 Buddhist temples; Mount Popa, the sacred home of spirits; Shwe Kyet Yet and Sagaing, and the colonial hill station of Maymyo, with its botanical gardens.
The Orcaella, accommodating just 50 guests, offers itineraries between Yangon and Bhamo, close to the border with China, and cruising on the Chindwin River, passing mountain ranges through western Myanmar, and close to the Indian border.
Onboard you'll savor regional as well as Western cuisines, with the option to accompany your meals with European and Australian wines. A fitness and treatment room provide a range of spa treatments, while in the evening, local entertainers perform for your enjoyment.
Consider extending your river journey before or after your Myanmar boat cruise with a stay at the beautiful Governor's Palace in Yangon, a colonial teak mansion, or to visit Lake Inle or Ngapali Beach.