With the paddle steamer on the road on the Rajng River who has experienced a Pandaw river cruise, will be forever rave about this unparalleled blend of comfortable relaxation and exciting exotic, how one learns it every day aboard this nostalgic paddle-wheel steamer. While it rests with a drink in your hand on the upper deck in the wicker chairs or a delicious Asian lunch is served, the most beautiful Tropical scenery turns on land, and daily seen in various aspects of the country in one or two excursions ashore timeless living in remote villages, impressive nature, little-known cultural highlights. Long ago they agreed Pandaw Cruises”on replicas of the old British colonial ships as a comfortable alternative to tours on land established first in Burma, then on the Mekong River between Saigon and Phnom Penh. It is only logical that other Asian currents in this way to travel, such as the Ganges River and since 2009 also the Rajang River, the longest river with 640 km Malaysia, the transverse passes through Borneo – of the Indonesian Kalimantan by the Malaysian Sarawak in Sibu to the estuary in the South China Sea. The great river landscape is characterized by dense rainforest and is about 250 kilometers navigable with a Pandaw to the Pelagus Rapids. Along the river the IBAN into dreaded headhunter, whose unique Langhauser have survived until today, to live in the 1950s.
Animist traditions mingle here with modern life. Start and end of the nine-day cruise, which is performed three times per month, is the vibrant, Chinese port of Sibu on the coast of Sarawak. The special operator all Asia touristic in the short term for all departures in May and June special offers: 1,185 euros on the main deck and 1,315 euro on the upper deck – per person in the double room with full Board and all sightseeing tours. The corresponding long-haul flights and additional country programs such as Sarawak tours from Kuching or beach stay am Damai Beach are offered of course like with. More information: ALL-ASIA touristic GmbH, Tel. 02159-1355, E-mail:, Web: Gert Notbohm