Viking’s newest ship starts Mekong cruises

Sunday, Aug 14, 2022 0

Viking’s newest river ship the Viking Saigon has started its maiden season on the Mekong River.

The ship offers itineraries between Kampong Cham, Cambodia and Mỹ Tho, Vietnam on the ‘Magnificent Mekong’15-day cruise.

The current 2022-2023 season lasts through March 2023.

Built for the Mekong River, Viking Saigon accommodates 80 guests with a spa, fitness centre, pool and upper deck open air bar.

The journey offers over a diozen guided tours in Vietnam and Cambodia.

It features eight days on the Mekong River with hotel stays in Hanoi, Siem Reap and Ho Chi Minh City.



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