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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    Brand loyalty is not dead. At least, not among the 306 passengers who were aboard the Silver Shadow cruise ship as it plied the waters of Indochina during a recent Vietnam sailing. Pictured here, the Silver Shadow in Hong Kong. TW photos by Johanna Jainchill

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    The Mandara Spa on the Silver Shadow

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    Le Champagne offers a different themed menu every night, from caviar to foie gras to asparagus. There are only eight tables here, for a maximum of 24 diners in one night.

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    The Galley Luncheon is an extensive buffet lunch offered once per cruise.

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    Silver Shadow passengers on a junk in Halong Bay, Vietnam

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    The Library on the Silver Shadow

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    The Silver Suite on the Silver Shadow

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    Another view of the Silver Suite

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    The Theater on the Silver Shadow

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    The best way to see Halong Bay on a daytrip is by junk, a traditional and simple wooden boat. Silversea arranges for a fleet of junks run by the Than Nieh Tourist company to come right to the ship, and offer complimentary two-hour excursion through the islands.

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    One of Vietnam's most popular destinations, Halong Bay.

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    A pavilion at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi, Vietnam

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    The War Remnants Museum is dedicated to the American and Vietnam War

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    A bridge on the Thu Bon River in Hoi An, Vietnam; the town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    The Japanese Bridge in Hoi An was built in the 1500's.

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    Silver Shadow sails Indochina

    Pho, a typical Vietnamese soup, at Pho 2000 in Ho Chi Minh

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