03C62375If you’ve never visited an Asian country, you’re missing out on a journey into some of the world’s oldest and most fascinating cultures, not to mention many areas of scenic beauty and exotic architecture unparalleled anywhere else on Earth.

USA River Cruises offers the perfect way to experience these remarkable lands with our small ships that can take you through magical places that are unreachable by larger boats.

Consider China 

On the Undiscovered China tour, we’ll take you on a tour of the Yangtze River. The Yangtze is one of the world’s longest and most well-known rivers and holds great importance to the people of China. Over 18 days, you’ll experience a variety of breathtaking sights, including a visit to Beijing and the Great Wall, Xian’s Terra Cotta Warriors and the Bund of Shanghai. You’ll see endangered pandas in Changdu and explore China’s most authentic old town, Lijiang, with its warrens that line the canals. The trip includes a 5-night sojourn along the river during which you will gape in wonder at its towering Three Gorges Dam, the world’s largest power station and a modern marvel of engineering.  

Then there’s the Vietnam, Cambodia and the Riches of the Mekong River cruise

 This otherworldly journey transports you to supremely exotic locations. As you wind your way through the Mekong traversing two of the most scenic countries in Southeast Asia, you’ll be immersed in a timeless world of mist-shrouded mountains, festive floating markets, vivid green vistas and mysterious, ancient temples. Sites to explore along the way include a Buddhist monastery, the Royal Palace and the stunning Silver Pagoda in Phnom Penh, which houses countless ancient national treasures. You’ll sample regionally-inspired cuisine on our deluxe river cruise ships, which offer a pool on the sundeck and spa treatments.

With Myanmar Explorer,

you’ll visit a wonderland of natural beauty and exotic sights. Your journey through Thailand and Myanmar will take you to the official residence of the King of Siam – the sumptuous Grand Palace of Bangkok, and the enchanting city of Bagan, home to a veritable forest of pagodas and stupas. Burma’s ecologically diverse Irrawaddy River, made famous in the Rudyard Kipling poem The Road to Mandalay, will carry you along for 11 enthralling days as you take in a mix of colonial architecture and pagodas and fanciful palaces in Yangon and Mandalay.

If you’re looking for a fresh experience in a new country, our Asian cruises will inspire you beyond your wildest expectations! Contact our knowledgeable agents to begin planning your trip today!