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AmaDara deck 1 plan (Tonle)

Deck layout and review

Review of AmaDara deck 1 (Tonle)

  • Mekong Restaurant is the AmaDara ship’s Main Dining Room – stylishly furnitured, with large panoramic windows and luxury dining amenities. It serves open seating buffet-style Breakfast (English and Continental) and Lunch (with a variety of salads and soups, hot entrees, desserts), complimented by a la carte menu and the “Action Station” (local cuisine corner). The multi-course Dinner menu features mostly Western cuisine specialties, with complimentary local beer, wine and spirits. Tables capacity varies (4 to 8 passengers per table). The Dara’s Dining Room is connected to an open-air terrace with comfortable seating.
  • The ship’s 2-deck high, open-floor design Atrium Lobby has the Reception Desk (guest services, assistance) and the APT Cruise Director’s desk (information on land tours/excursions, daily activities, itinerary information). A small area is dedicated to selling newspapers/magazines and for the complimentary DVD’s (in-room usage). Here is also the Gift Shop selling mostly Cambodian-Vietnamese handmade souvenirs, some fashion and accessories, and also special occasion gifts.
  • The Lobby is also the AmaDara ship’s embarkation area with entryways on both starboard and portside.
  • Tonle Deck cruise cabins from 101 to 122, all of which are Balcony Staterooms (categories 4x C and 18x B).