The most romantic, luxury cruise liner on the lower Mekong features superb staterooms and suites which bring back the glorious British Raj era by melting old British and Indian elegance and nostalgia.




30 sqm/ 323 sqft

The Jahan’s Superior Staterooms (8 doubles, 4 twins) are located on the main deck and all have private balconies. Each spacious room has a separate lounge corner encased by floor-to-ceiling windows. An orange-red design ornaments adorn the crème-coloured walls, and the white wood furniture goes perfectly with the room’s luminous atmosphere. The bathroom is outfitted with a large walk-in shower and antique vanity.


30 sqm/ 323 sqft

Located on the upper deck, the Deluxe Staterooms (6 doubles, 2 twins) have the same layout and amenities as the Superiors and are designed in warm orange hues and hand-painted ornaments emphasizing the Indian theme.

Panoramic windows flood the bedroom and corner lounge with daylight. A spacious private balcony cannot be missing.

Signature Suites

36 sqm/ 388 sqft

Two Signature Suites (Assam & Nilgiri, doubles,32sqm), locate in the upper deck’s front area, while two more – Darjeeling & Ceylon (36sqm), are based at the very front of the main deck. All characterize a dignified atmosphere with crème-white walls and hand-made indigo-blue Indian ornaments. The wooden four-poster bed is a striking feature, along with a solid wooden treasure chest at the foot of the bed, evoking seafaring senses from the days of yore.

Noble Suite

51 sqm/ 549 sqft

The majestic suites, both individually designed, are situated at a prime location at the front part of the upper deck. They both embody the soul of this iconic vessel. The Taj Suite with its distinct Indian theme flourishes with its furniture sourced from India. The Lord Byron Suite embodies a classy British-Colonial theme of eternal elegance. Key amenities include a living room, a sofa corner, a lavish king-sized bed facing the huge balcony, large bathroom and outdoor Jacuzzi.