Rich history and mystical wonders await you in Thailand and Myanmar. There’s natural and spiritual beauty everywhere here, from the glittering Grand Palace of the Thai capital of Bangkok to the breathtaking forest of ancient stupas and pagodas of Bagan. Discover the exoticism of Old Burma during an 11-day cruise along the verdant Irrawaddy River, celebrated in Rudyard Kipling’s poem The Road to Mandalay. And take in the colonial architecture and ornate palaces and pagodas of Yangon and Mandalay, fascinating melting pots of Asian cultures. Join us on the entrancing Irrawaddy, and witness this corner of Asia frozen in time.
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Below is a sampling of ports, excursions, and attractions that are featured on this Viking cruise.
Encounter natural beauty, rich history and spiritual wonders in Thailand and Myanmar.
With a population of more than 8 million in the city center and nearly 15 million in the metropolitan area, Bangkok is Thailand’s largest and most populous city.
Mandalay is the second-largest city in Burma, and was its final royal capital.
One of the most fascinating sites in the world, Bagan is an ancient city in the Mandalay region of Burma.
Magway (sometimes spelled Magwe) is the capital city of the Magway region of Burma.
With a diverse population of over four million, Yangon continues to be the Burma’s largest city and its most important commercial center.
Below is the itinerary for the Memories of Mandalay cruise, traveling from Bangkok to Mandalay. For additional details, view the complete itinerary.