Road To Mandalay Cruise


A cruise on board the Road To Mandalay is the adventure of a lifetime. Gently cruising along the Irrawaddy River, passengers will encounter astonishing natural beauty, timeless landscapes, unparalleled cultural heritage and some of the most welcoming and hospitable people in the world. 


Cruise Introduction

A journey along the Irrawaddy River is a voyage of a lifetime. From this mighty river, which runs the length of the country, treasures can be admired which have for so long been hidden from the world’s gaze.

With the style and comfort for which the Orient-Express is famous, the Road To Mandalay provides the ultimate vantage point from which to absorb the surrounding serene beauty, taking in its golden-spired pagodas, ancient temples, sleepy riverside settlements and saffron-clad monks. Furbished to the exacting standards of Orient-Express, the Road To Mandalay incorporates elegant Burmese materials and unique styles with the highest international standards in decor and modern comfort.

Air-conditioned throughout, the ship has 4 decks and accommodates 110 passengers. All of the 58 spacious, air-conditioned cabins come furnished with beautiful fabrics, fine linens and soft towels, and a friendly room service is available 24 hours a day.

Facilities on board include a Restaurant, Piano Bar, Boutique, Beauty Salon, small Library and a spacious Lounge, where local entertainment and cultural lectures take place during the cruise.
The Observation Deck has a swimming pool, bar and sun deck area and provides, quite simply, the best views in Myanmar.

Cruise Itineraries

cruise-upstream-irrawaddy GORGES OF FAR NORTH
Duration: 12 days 11 nights
Departure: Saturday
Route: Mandalay –  Bhamo – Bagan
Duration: 04 days 03 nights
Departure: Wednesday
Route: Mandalay – Bagan
cruise-road-to-mandalay-thumb IMAGE OF A GOLDEN LAND
Duration: 5 days 4 nights
Departure: Every Saturday
Route: Bagan – Mandalay – Mingun
Duration: 08days 07 nights
Departure: Every Wednesday
Route: Bagan – Mandalay


The Road to Mandalay can accommodate a maximum of 110 passengers in 3 different cabin types. All cabins are fully air-conditioned and have en suite shower and WC facilities.
Each cabin has a personal safe, telephone and satellite TV with in-house video. Sockets are suitable for 2-pin round plugs (220 volts). Hair dryers are available in each cabin.

Super_cabin_-Road_to_Mandalay Superior Cabin
Dimensions 2.25m x 4.8m
Air conditioning
Large window overlooking the river.
Hair dryer
Twin beds (92cm x  190cm , ie 2 x single beds)
Personal safe
Vanity unit and stool
Satellite TV with in-house video.
Cupboard and drawer space
Sockets are suitable for 2-pin
Ensuite shower and WC facilities.
Bulgari amenities

twin-cabin-road-to-mandalayDeluxe Cabin
This is a completely new concept to the Road To Mandalay ship. These sixteen cabins have been fully designed and created to optimise space and views through three windows.



State_Cabin_-_Road_to_MandalayState Cabin
This is a completely new concept to the Road To Mandalay ship. These sixteen cabins have been fully designed and created to optimise space and views through three windows.



road-to-mandalay-suiteGovernor Suite
This exclusive suite has been newly created to satisfy our most demanding guest’s requirements.
The Governor’s Suite is ideal for passengers who embark on our eleven and seven night journeys as its space and views enchant your discovery of this magical land.


Cruise Gallery

Sundeck RTM-REST-DIN-07
Road to Mandalay Sundeck           Road to Mandalay Restaurant
 Road to Mandalay View Road to Mandalay Pool


Departure Dates

Please consider that Road To Mandalay Cruise or most of the Myanmar Cruises do not operate daily and year round.
Most of the cruises in Myanmar travel on Irrawaddy River and Chindwin river, they start offering trip in late October and finish cruising in April or May.

We highly recommend you to contact us for all the availabilities and cruising time.


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