Minor Hotels is launching luxury river cruises along the Mekong River between Thailand and Laos.

The largest of the five boats is the Boheme, which is 138 feet long and has 13 luxury cabins. The itinerary between Chiang Rai in Thailand's Golden Triangle and the Laos capital of Luang Prabang is two nights downstream and three nights upstream.

Guests can mountain bike through villages, fish for catfish, visit the limestone caves of Pak Ou (known for their Buddha images) and enjoy onboard cooking classes and yoga.

The Gypsy is a two-cabin cruiser that can accommodate as many as four people and allow for a customizable itinerary. Minor Hotels will also operate the Nomad, which will do sunset cruises in and around Luang Prabang. The Play will operate as a floating lounge that can hold as many as 15 passengers and will be designed to accommodate private events. The Monsoon will offer touring shuttles to the Pak Ou caves.

Minor Hotels oversees 157 hotels under its own brands Anantara, Avani and Tivoli as well as properties under luxury brands such as Four Seasons and St. Regis.

Additionally, Minor Hotels operates the Anantara Overnight Cruises between Bangkok and Ayutthaya as well as the Manohra Dining Cruises in Bangkok.

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