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Bringing variety to your Lower Mekong cruises: Heritage Line’s themed culinary or cycling optional excursions.
At Heritage Line, crafting exceptional itineraries and personalized on-shore experiences for guests in every cruise destination is of utmost importance in managing cruise products. Despite its outward simplicity, a cruise product is a highly intricate matter. It involves combining nautical logistics with various elements of onshore experiences to create a unique touring product (referred to ... Read more
“When I was a child, I always enjoyed standing on the ship’s cockpit with my farther who was a fisherman. That is probably how all began.” Get to know the story of our esteemed captain Mr. Chinh.
Heritage Line’s luxury cruiser ‘Jayavarman’ has returned to the lower Mekong River after a complete refurbishment inclusive of a new culinary on-board theme.
When planning a trip to Vietnam, it may be beneficial to know the differences between legendary Halong Bay and it’s remote lesser-known neighbour, Lan Ha Bay.
Travel at your own pace - a truly unique experience with Heritage Line's luxurious ship Ylang cruising in the breathtaking Lan Ha Bay.
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?
Vietnam is open and travelling without restrictions is possible again. Check out the latest travel protocol.
Known locally as Tet, Vietnamese Lunar New Year is undoubtedly the country’s most important holiday, spent with family while enjoying the feasts and festivities.
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, or the Cambodian Water Festival, is undeniably the country’s largest and most celebrated holiday of the year.
As a crispy, savoury street side snack, banh xeo, or Vietnamese pancake, is another entry from Vietnam’s vast repertoire of culinary delights.