The Strand Cruise
The Strand Cruise was custom-built in 2015 in a Yangon shipyard with just a shallow 1.4-meter draft, which helps it carefully and expertly navigate Myanmar’s shallow rivers. The 61-meter ship itself can carry up to 50 passengers in its 25 cabins up and down the mystical waterways of the Ayeyarwady River. Named and styled after its sister property – the luxury heritage hotel, The Strand Yangon – The Strand Cruise offers all the features passengers would expect from a Strand product, from flawless service and gourmet a la carte cuisine, to signature elements celebrating the golden age of the Strand as a meeting place for explorers and raconteurs.
The Strand Yangon was one of the first luxury colonial outposts to open in Southeast Asia, founded in 1901 by the famous hoteliers, the Sarkies brothers, and remains one of the most architecturally-stunning landmarks in the region. In 2016, The Strand Yangon entered a new era as it reopened after a six-month restoration project that saw the iconic hotel ushered elegantly into the 21st century. The renovation project preserved the heritage at the heart of the hotel and truly honored the Strand’s part in Myanmar’s history, all while creating a more relaxed, refined, and glamorous atmosphere for 21st century travelers.
What We Love
- The flexibility of the rate and can do requested activities even not in their program for Incentive group.
- Same management with The Strand Hotel. So, we can guarantee the services.
- 25 luxury cabins. So also suitable for GIT.
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