A floating art gallery
Jayavarman is the father of Heritage Line’s unique ship collection and named after the most renowned Cambodian monarch, King Jayavarman VII, who was known for his tranquility and love for artistic creations. He created some of the most famous temples of the lost Angkorian civilization.
Jayavarman is a ship resembling a floating art gallery, with fine objects d’art exhibited all over the public decks. A charming French-Colonial design theme along with stylish Art-Deco accents are found throughout the ship’s rooms and public areas. The warm and embracing atmosphere invites to feel at home from the first step aboard.
The ship plies the lower Mekong between Vietnam & Cambodia on various itineraries.
A Blissful, Omnipresent Smile
Jayavarman embodies all the serenity and harmony of its namesake Jayavarman VII who was one of the greatest Khmer rulers of all time, a forceful and benevolent sovereign, an art lover and devout Buddhist admired far and wide. The French say cherchez la femme. But in Jayavarman’s case it is more correct to seek two, not one woman.
AT A GLANCE
Jayavarman’s welcoming facilities beckon with charm
“Henry Mouhot” Lobby Lounge
Named after a celebrated French archaeologist, the scholarly Henry Mouhot Lounge showcases stunning Khmer art.
Club 1930 Bar & Lounge
Travel back in time at Club 1930, Jayavarman’s bar & lounge on the covered, open-air terrace deck.
Indochine Dining Hall
Jayavarman’s restaurant has the air of a sophisticated French brasserie
The Apsara spa locates in a quiet area at the front of the ship offering a broad selection of East-West fusion treatments.
Sun Deck & Pool
Jayavarmanhas a dedicated and elevated sun and terrace deck with a Jacuzzi pool to unwind and marvel at the Mekong river and its ever-changing shores.