Pandaw II is a beautifully designed small ship travelling to destinations in Burma along the Irrawaddy River. Because of its small size, Pandaw II is able to tour ports of call in unique and exotic locations that are unavailable to larger cruise ships. Pandaw II has a personal and friendly staff and an intimate atmosphere to create a comfortable and stress-free river cruise experience.
Pandaw II staterooms include fruit and flowers upon arrival, kimonos and slippers, spa branded amenities, and unlimited bottled water. Personal DVD players and movies are available to check out from the library, and all staterooms have air conditioning. With only 24 cabins, Pandaw II is able to cater directly to your needs efficiently and personally.
Pandaw II shore excursions have a range of exciting adventures, with tours of local landmarks, quiet river villages, and the exotic landscape. Explore local markets with Pandaw II chefs for fresh dinner ingredients or visit an unknown temple with knowledgeable local guides and cruise staff.
Onboard Pandaw II, chefs offer cooking demonstrations and lessons, cruise guides give lectures specific to the destinations, and film presentations are offered for new insight into the culture. Relax on the spacious Sun Deck with covered areas for lounging or reading.
By day, Pandaw II's Observation Saloon is a great place to sightsee and meet new friends, and at night, the Saloon converts into a lounge for drinks and dancing. Enjoy performances by local performers for after dinner entertainment. Pandaw II also hosts cocktail parties for you to meet and mingle with other guests.
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Pandaw II welcomes children, although there are no special accommodations or facilities for youth. Pandaw II cruises a destination-intensive itinerary and young children are not recommended.
Dining onboard Pandaw II's main dining room offers traditional, fixed seating for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast is served buffet style with an array of stations including eggs and omelettes, cereal, fruit, and muesli. Lunch has a buffet with soup, salad, and dessert, with the main course served at the table. Dinner is a multi-course meal with fresh, regional cuisine, often bought locally. Vegetarian options are available with every course, as well as European cuisine if Asian dishes are not desired. Complimentary local beer and spirits are available at each meal.
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