A new addition to Myanmar's evergrowing portfolio of luxury cruises

The Orient Express operated Orcealla offers a selection of seven and 11 night cruises along The Irrawaddy and Chinwin Rivers. Stylish and luxurious, this is the perfect way to explore Myanmar.


The Orcaella is the little sister of The Road To Mandalay, consisting of just 25 suites and cabins.  A series of seven and 11 night cruises operate throughout the country, from Yangon to Bagan and then from Mandalay pushing further north to the remote outpost of Bhamo and back to Bagan. The relatively small size allows the ship to reach areas unable to be visited by The Road To Mandalay.


Massage and fitness facilities are available on board.


The onboard restaurant serves a delicious mix of both eastern and western meals. The upper deck offers guests the chance to relax and watch the sunset whilst enjoying fine wines and cold beers.


  • Deluxe Cabins
  • State Cabins
  • Balcony Suites



The Oracaella cruises included guided excursions within each port, including some of the most remote areas of Burma. In addition to this, highlights such as The Shwedagon Pagoda and the incredible temples of Bagan are featured. The cruise can also be combined with other areas of the country such as Inle Lake or the beach resort of Ngapali.

Map and travel information

The majority of flights into Burma arrive in the old capital, Yangon (or Rangoon as it used to be called).  Yangon can be reached from most Asian hubs such as Bangkok, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. Flights from Dubai and Doha are also now available. There are also some operations into Mandalay from Bangkok.

Call us

Speak to our team:

+44 1491 575 987


Monday – Friday: 9am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 10am – 4:30pm

1 Market Place Mews,
Henley-on-Thames, OXON RG9 2AH