Location: Explore the mystical kingdom of Myanmar in style and discover the country’s hidden wonders by sailing its mighty river,the Ayeyarwady.
Service: Dedicated staff are on board and on hand at all times to ensure guests get the most out of their adventure. Welcoming waiters, executive chefs and experienced guides make the experience a memorable one.
History: The best way to fully immerse yourself in the wonders of Burmese culture is to travel aboard the Road To Mandalay, a beautiful cruiser combining modern luxury with authentic design and traditional cuisine.
Belmond cruisers offer the opportunity to explore Myanmar in style, aboard beautiful, sumptuous, floating accommodation. Spend three to 11 nights aboard the Road To Mandalay and experience the treasures of the Ayeyarwady River. This boat offers spacious, airy en-suite cabins, tastefully designed with guests’ comfort in mind. Breakfast is available in the room, while full buffet lunches and exquisite international dinners are served each day in the restaurant with delicious wine pairing options, to add a splash of indulgence. What’s more, there are talks from well-heeled guides and the chance to explore the stunning landscape of Myanmar, not to mention daily entertainment from resident and guest musicians and dancers. There is a well-equipped gym and fitness area while less active guests can relax with a drink on the observation deck or take a dip in the pool to unwind as the world sails by. This is one of the best ways to travel Myanmar.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
The Road To Mandalay has a choice of cabin categories, all fitted with the latest mod-cons and creature comforts, having been designed with attention to detail to ensure comfort and a peaceful sleep after a day of exploring.
This extra-special suite is perfect for a couple or special occasion. The hugely spacious cabin features two single beds which can be configured into a double, a lounge area, a large separate bathroom and three large windows framing the view of the river.
Ideal for families, the spacious, airy deluxe cabin on the Road To Mandalay features two twin beds, a writing desk, en-suite bathroom and lots of closet space for storage. Guests can kick back and watch the view from the window or watch TV.
These comfortable, bright, airy state cabins are perfect for relaxing in, boasting double bed, seating area, separate lavatory and bathroom with a stand-up shower, not to mention satellite television and a safe.
The Road to Mandalay is equipped with everything to keep guests relaxed and entertained. Aside from the nightly musical entertainment in the chic piano bar, there’s a fitness area and an open-air pool to ensure guests’ full well-being throughout the entire cruise.
Surrounded by comfortable sun loungers, the open-air pool on the top deck is the congregational point at which guests can lay back, enjoy the view and take a refreshing dip aboard their luxury cruiser.
Belmond cruisers boast not only the best in international, expertly-prepared cuisine, but also attentive service and elegant surroundings for guests to enjoy their meals, whether on the breezy, sunny deck, in the restaurant or the chic piano bar.
Guests wishing to spend a relaxing evening in the company of fellow travelers can enjoy the elegance of the piano bar. Here they can unwind with a classic cocktail and enjoy the ambience provided by the resident pianist.
Asian flavors pleasure the palates of guests aboard the Road to Mandalay where the executive chefs prepare dishes from all the corners of Southeast Asia and beyond. A medley of Indonesian, Thai, Indian and of course Burmese ingredients are used, while wines are carefully chosen to perfectly finish the culinary experience.
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