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HERITAGE LINE – REFINED WATERWAY VOYAGES

Heritage Line is an extraordinary cruise line, passionate to the core about creating unforgettable waterway voyages.


Our Passion. Our Values.

Collector. Artisan. Hosts.

Heritage Line is a collector and an architect of remarkable ships. We passionately design and build vessels with inimitable décor, outfitting and painstaking attention to details to create unique ambiances and extraordinary living experiences for our guests.

We consider ourselves as artisans rather than mere providers of cruises. We bring untold stories to life with the perfect mix of comfort, adventure, culture, tradition, authenticity and extravagance. Our journeys inspire guests to return, time and time again.

Heritage Line strives to make our guests feel home. We understand immaculate service as a matter of passion and dedication. We create intimate bonds and nourishing friendships. Being a wonderful host, we remember your name and make your journey a truly memorable one.

 

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OUR RESPONSIBLE ENGAGEMENTS

We can only co-exist in this world if we aim to preserve. Heritage Line is committed to responsible travel.


Community & Charity

We support local communities and businesses by partnering with them to sustain their existence with a responsible approach. We also support education – directly with our Cambodian school projects or via our charity partners.


Environment

The beauty of Asia lives through its unspoiled nature. Heritage Line does its part to protect the environment with an eco-friendly waste management system, elimination of single-use plastics on-board, and ships outfitted with state-of-the-art water treatment technology.


Sustainability

Centuries-old cultures, native costumes, local life, and natural landscapes all reflect the soul and identity of a country and its communities. We create travel with an eye on the conservation and protection of these priceless ethics and principles.

 

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Reasons to Take a River Cruise

Despite river cruising’s recent rise in popularity, most travellers have yet to experience it for themselves. Which brings us to the question: Why should I consider a river cruise for my next holiday?

Top Movies Set in Vietnam (But Not About the Vietnam War)

The best known movies set in Vietnam are undoubtedly about the Vietnam War. Instead, we’d like to highlight the beauty of the country through films not directly related to the war.

Bon Om Touk – The Cambodian Water Festival

Bon Om Touk, or the Cambodian Water Festival, is undeniably the country’s largest and most celebrated holiday of the year.

Banh Xeo – Vietnamese Sizzling Pancake

As a crispy, savoury street side snack, banh xeo, or Vietnamese pancake, is another entry from Vietnam’s vast repertoire of culinary delights.

Insects – Cambodia’s Creepy-Crawly Cuisine

Anybody travelling through Cambodia is bound to come across street-side vendors frying up a spice-infused batch of crickets, scorpions, cockroaches, worms or tarantulas.

The Mid-Autumn Festival and Mooncake Madness

This time of year, many countries in East and Southeast Asia commemorate the Mid-Autumn Festival. And headlining the festivities is, of course, the ever-present mooncake.

Cheroot – Burmese Cigars

When it comes to cultural traditions, Myanmar certainly has no shortage of distinctive customs, including cheroot cigars – so prominent that it is often described as a Burmese facial feature.

Seasons of Halong Bay – Best Time to Visit

Because northern Vietnam has four seasons, one should take factors such as weather as well as budget and crowds into consideration when planning a trip to breathtaking Halong Bay.

Tai Chi – Meditation in Movement

With millions in the east practicing tai chi along with a rapid surge in popularity in the west, this martial art is widely hailed for its physical and mental health benefits.

Thanaka – The Secret to Burmese Beauty

Thanaka is a paste with a distinctive bright color. It can be applied on the face in many ways, with shapes going from a simple smear to an elaborate drawing of a leaf or a flower.

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