“You have created a very casual + relaxing atmosphere while offering a very high standard of accommodation. We had a wonderful time.” gushed Mr. Greg Eastman (Jahan) in tripadvisor.
A wonderful time is what a vast majority of guests had experienced with the Jahan. No doubt, this was largely due to the facilities on board. One such example is the elegant Viceroy Dining Hall – located next to the bar on the terrace deck and offers al-fresco dining with free style seating. Ascetically designed, the Viceroy Hall is day light flooded with many high windows. The hall in azure side walls, white ceiling with golden borders and elegant finished chairs and tables shows its full royal shine in the evening when British styled luster bathes the room in a delicious warm glow.
Another is the observatory lounge. The ideal place to, well, observe life on the Mekong through the panoramic windows. Guests kick back and play chess or to simply relax and ruminate life’s vagaries whilst hypnotic murmur of the ship’s engine glides you to a lull.
This was not lost on Travel Indochina’s Managing Director and Co-Founder, Paul Hole. He wrote, “ Launched as the most luxurious cruising boat offering unparalleled service, the Jahan did not fail to disappoint. With just 26 cabins all with private balconies, (the Jahan) delivered a peerless boutique cruising experience.
We can’t help but agree.