Cruises on the Mekong and Tonle Sap Rivers
with the Butterfly, our beautifully restored traditional rice boat
Sunset Cruise – a romantic aperitif
Explores the Tonle Sap River, at the South of the confluent, passes the Royal Palace, around the Choy Chamvar Peninsula, to the Vietnamese and Cham floating villages, stopping at the Floating Bungalows – a sunset bar on the Mekong, boasting the best sunset view over the city. Sailing back with the evening glittering lights.
Sunrise Cruise – a scenic breakfast
While the city is still asleep, the tour takes the exact same itinerary. And as the fishermen begin to setup their nets along the river, the sun slowly comes out, revealing their activities and the city waking-up in the distance.
Silk Island Cruise – a picturesque countryside
This half-day cruise explores the Mekong, going upstream for over an hour. It gives the opportunity to see the activities of the fishermen on the river, the floating villages as well as discovering the typical life on a Mekong banks.
Silk Island is one of the best preserved islands, with orchards, rice fields and pagodas. The villages specialize in silk waving, which makes the visit - conducted with a traditional horse-cart - particularly interesting.
Dinning on the Mekong, at the Floating Bungalows
The Butterfly boat departs from the port, explores the Tonle Sap and Mekong Rivers, at the South of the confluent, then passes the Royal Palace, to the Vietnamese floating villages and arrives to the Floating Bungalows - sunset bar. The dinner starts with a drink, while the capital is starting to light up, fishing boats slowly passing by, lapping water, for the most romantic dinner ever.