IRRAWADDY PRINCESS II - A TRADITIONAL VESSEL IN MYANMAR
Irrawaddy Princess II is a traditional Myanmar cruiser running along the mysterious Irrawaddy River. Built-in 1998 and measure 134′ x 34′ x 6’6” molded depth with three decks, the ship is really a lavish Irrawaddy Cruises' hotel floating on Burma’s river. Board the Irrawaddy Princess on any of her weekly adventures in two famous attractions in Myanmar which are Mandalay and Bagan, and enjoy the most astonishing travel experiences on the legendary Irrawaddy River.
IRRAWADDY PRINCESS II - THE LUXURY FLOATING HOTEL
This small boutique vessel consists of 3 decks: Main Deck, Upper Deck, and Sun Deck with a capacity of maximum of 40 passengers. On the Irrawaddy Princess II, there are three room classes including 8 Standard cabins, 10 Superior cabins, and 2 Suite cabins, all finished with teak and Asian woods and local decorations, giving the rooms the atmosphere of traditional Burma.
Irrawaddy Princess II ship has a total of 20 en suite cabin which all equipped their private bathroom with a hot and cold shower. In addition, the lavish cruiser also features conditioned comfortable rooms with all standard facilities including mini bar, bed linen and towels, and other comforts. The Irrawaddy Princess II also has a lounge and a mini bar on the Sun Deck and a spa room on the main deck as well. The ship is truly full of conveniences ensuring the traveler have the most comfortable experience in the Myanmar River cruise.
The dining on Irrawaddy Princess II is also very excellent. Delicious local, Chinese dishes and Western cuisine are skillfully prepared by experienced chefs. The ship offers a diverse menu of beverages with many kinds of fabulous drinks like many tropical fruit cocktails, local and imported wine, beer, tea, or coffee. Irrawaddy also enchants guests with the friendliness and the thought full of the well-trained crew. For these incredible reasons, an Irrawaddy Princess II cruise promises to be an unforgettable experience of the lifetime.