During the opening period, Emperor Cruises Halong will hold an art exhibition by Pham Luc, the acclaimed painter who is often referred to the Picasso of Vietnam.
HALONG BAY, Vietnam – Emperor Cruises Halong has begun to receive its first bookings with free upgrades for the inaugural cruises beginning on the 16th March 2017.
During the opening period, Emperor Cruises Halong will hold an art exhibition by Pham Luc, the acclaimed painter who is often referred to the Picasso of Vietnam. The exhibition will be displayed on board until 30 April 2017, and guests can discover Vietnamese culture through his 75 unique paintings on Vietnam’s first ever art cruise.
“Built with passion, Emperor Cruises is dedicated to enjoyable travel, cruising, food, wine, hospitality, music, and art to represent our vibrant Vietnamese history, culture, nature, heritage, and cuisine; all of which help to create memories for the most sophisticated travelers.” Said Pham Ha, Co-Founder of Emperor Cruises.
With a different concept in Halong Bay, Emperor Cruises Halong is an innovator in luxury cruising. With a service-oriented team, the company offers five-star experiential travel on an all-inclusive basis with personalized service.
All eight cabins are fitted with en-suites and private balconies, panoramic ocean views, and a personal butler service. The Emperor Cruises fleet is designed to be a sanctuary that ensures each and every moment counts for guests in Ha Long Bay – a must-see on the travel itinerary of all visitors to Vietnam.
Inspired by the lavish lifestyle of Emperor Bao Dai, the last Emperor of Vietnam, is designed to reflect the style of the 1930s, and be a good choice for travelers to enjoy Vietnamese culture, history, and gourmet cuisine.
Emperor Cruises has been built as a traditional ship using high quality materials, and finished with gold-plated motifs, fine silk, velvet and other luxury accoutrements.
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