Luang Prabang, Laos

Heritage Line Anouvong

Explore Laos onboard this boutique ship

Sail the Mekong in traditional Laotian luxury

Heritage Line Anouvong is a boutique ship that seamlessly blends traditional Laotian ambience and artwork with French-Colonial finesse. During your time aboard this exclusive vessel you’ll discover the most stunning, remote areas of Laos along the meandering Mekong river in utmost luxury.

Accommodation options onboard the Heritage Line Anouvong consist of deluxe and deluxe executive staterooms, which feature private balconies, along with the luxurious signature suites. These are individually adorned with local artwork and brass handiwork, and include a Jacuzzi within the en-suite.

For dining you can indulge on a variety of Asian, western and fusion dishes, discover outdoor culinary events such as gala dinners on the ship’s terrace, and watch as Lao noodle soup and omelets are made on live cooking stations in the morning.  Entertainment onboard the Heritage Line Anouvong include cultural demonstrations such as local dance routines or spiritiual Baci ceremonies. There is also a spa if you wish to relax even further during your stay, and daily Tai Chi lessons that take place as the sun rises.

The ship sails the river on different itineraries between the Thai-Lao border, Luang Prabang and Vientiane (vice versa).


10 intricately decorated rooms

Signature suites feature private Jacuzzis

All rooms include terraces to sip cocktails on

A cosy restaurant

Spa with numerous packages and treatments

Cultural demonstrations

Educational presentations

Experience new food through culinary classes

Gala dining events

Sunrise Tai Chi lessons

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Places to combine Heritage Line Anouvong with

Oudomxay Province

Muang La Lodge
Muang La Lodge provides guests with an incredible opportunity to stay in one of northern Laos’ remote villages in the comfort of this charming hotel. With its wooden buildings and discreet size, the resort manages to blend in with its surroundings, whilst offering its guests the luxuries of a sauna, massage services, gorgeous fragrant gardens, and ten en-suite rooms decked out in polished wood and jewel-toned fabrics, each with its own terrace; the furniture is all made by local craftsman Oudom Xai. Right by the lodge, the village’s natural hot spring fills the outdoor plunge pool, in which guests can unwind in this blissfully tranquil environment while soaking up the water’s therapeutic effects. Traditional life still prevails up here, and the Muang La has a unique agreement with the village chief, which has allowed it to slot into village life and to have spearheaded several projects, such as the maintenance of the river bank to prevent flooding and the building of a bridge. The resort also employs locals and buys its produce from the village, all of which allows visitors to experience this culture in the most ethical, eco-conscious way possible. Guests at the Muang La Lodge can use this as their base to explore the beautiful, untouched surroundings of the village, with rainforest treks, mountain biking, village visits, and trips to nearby waterfalls. Onsite, there are also Asian cookery classes for those who want to take home a taste of their journey to Laos.