With 10 years’ experience hosting international travellers on the tranquil waters of Halong Bay, Indochina Sails has set a new standard for luxury cruising.

Now renowned as number one choice for discerning travellers, Indochina Sails operates a fleet of four newly built wooden junks designed in time-honoured traditional Vietnamese style with contemporary facilities and luxurious fittings. Each boat features spacious, well-appointed cabins and suites with large en-suite bathrooms, a large sundeck with comfortable lounging furniture and an elegant dining room and bar.

At present, Indochina Sails operates four junks: Indochina Sails I with 14 cabins, Indochina Sails II with 15 cabins, Valentine with five cabins, and the most recently built, Indochina Sails III with 15 cabins. Launched in late October the Indochina Sails III features four deluxe suites with private balconies, 10 Superior Twins and one Superior Double.

All the rooms are fully equipped with en suite luxury bathroom and well-decorated with traditional pottery and embroidered silk made by craftsmen from Bat Trang and Van Phuc villages respectively. Top quality wooden furniture and lacquer paintings add to the deeply Vietnamese ambience. With an elegant dining room on the second floor, you can enjoy the stunning panorama of Halong Bay, while enjoying breakfast, lunch or dinner.

The restaurant serves an international breakfast set menu or buffet and Vietnamese set menus or buffets for lunch and dinner. At the end of the day you can watch the sunset while joining the wine tasting club on the sun deck. In the evening you can kick back with a cocktail or even enjoy a movie night at the bar where you can also find board games.

For the more adventurous, you can head off on a night fishing expedition and try and reel in some fish or squid for a late supper back on the junk. Indochina Sails’ friendly and enthusiastic staff will ensure each guest has a truly unique and unforgettable holiday experience while cruising one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders. For more informs check out www.indochinasails.com

Source: Timeout

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