This colonial-looking ship features three decks and boasts the largest cabin space on the Irrawaddy River, accommodating forty six passengers. Anawrahta hosts the highest crew to passenger ratio, allowing for impeccable service on board the elegant, brass-interior vessel. All of the twenty three cabins feature woodcarvings and decorations created by Burmese locals and a private balcony. Upgrade to the Royal Cabins for a private Jacuzzi and terrace overlooking the remarkable views of Myanmar. The on board communal areas include the aptly-named Kipling Bar, Mandalay Lounge and Hintha Hall Restaurant, all below the luxurious pool deck. The skilled chefs cook diverse Burmese meals, empowering guests to indulge in the local cuisine. Guests can experience traditional treatments carried out by well-trained staff in the spa or challenge themselves with a yoga or tai chi class. Grade: Five Star Cruise Boat
Carry a torch when visiting the temples of Bagan; some involve climbing steps in the dark.