Jasmine Cruise Halong is proud of the most beautiful luxury cruises in Halong Bay. It officially opened on 18 December 2007, the newest four star junk named Jasmine Cruise Halong will set the standard for services and amenities on the bay.

Jasmine Cruise Halong is proud of the most beautiful luxury cruises in Halong Bay. It officially opened on 18 December 2007, the newest four star junk named Jasmine Cruise Halong will set the standard for services and amenities on the bay.

Halong Jasmine Cruise is fitted out in the 1930′s Indochine style, the Halong Jasmine will feature 22 spa cious cabin, restaurant, lounge and two special Jasmine Suites with their own jacuzzi & balcony for uninterrupted views of the bay. Jasmine Cruise provides air-conditioned rooms on board a cruise ship which sails through the famous Halong Bay in Vietnam.

what differences are Jasmine Cruise in Halong Bay?

- Tourists can choose from itineraries which take them to attractions like Cat Ba Island, Cua Van Fishing Village and Tien Ong Cave. Full-board meals, cooking classes and Tai-chi lessons on the sun deck are also provided.

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Jasmine Cruise Room

- Travelers enjoy the intimacy of a small party within the space of Halong Bay’s largest cruise junk. A lengthy 55 meters from bow to stern and measuring an impressive 11 meters wide, Jasmine Cruise Halong can accommodate 80 passengers at any one time across four luxurious decks, with an overnight capacity of 48.

- The attention to detail and quality of design is apparent in every inch of this newly-built junk, artfully marrying space, rich 1930s Indochina-style wooden décor and exquisite ornamentation throughout its air-conditioned bedrooms, restaurant, bars and communal spaces. Whether you want to throw a party on the sundeck, enjoy an intimate candle-lit dinner in the jasmine restaurant, or just find a quiet nook or cranny to relax and unwind, Jasmine Cruise Halong is the perfect way to enjoy the bay.

Jasmine Halong Cruise is the best choice for you to explore a huge beautiful islands in Ha Long Bay, Bai Tu Long Bay. So, why don’t you visit to Ha Long Bay? If you need to help something, you will contact with us following this link: http://halong-sapatourbooking.com/