Featuring exquisite fine dining, a musical feast for the ears, and an exclusive visual spectacle show, Paradise Delight will take you on a 5-star voyage across Ha Long coast.
Stretching a full 80 meters, Paradise Delight is one of the largest dining cruises on the bay, with a capacity of 360 guests and a range of events that offer a unique view of the world heritage site by night.
Paradise Delight is one of the largest dining cruises on Ha Long Bay.
The cruise boasts a sophisticated European interior design with infinity arched glass windows that embrace the two restaurants, offering unparalleled views as the ship sails past some of the most picturesque spots Ha Long has to offer.
El Loto restaurant on the main deck offers a veritable smorgasbord of sumptuous buffet dining, while El Jazmin on the upper desk treats guests to meticulously refined set menus incorporating Korean, Japanese and Western cuisine.
Besides over 100 Eurasian delicacies, including fresh seafood plucked directly from the bay, along with the wide range of premium wines, guests can enjoy a French-style canape party with delicately presented finger food and cocktails before the main party.
After dinner, guests can bask in gentle sea breezes while savoring a sip of fine wine on the upper desk. With the one and only Kid Club on the bay, children can also enjoy their favorite dishes whilst making new friends in a safe and welcoming environment.
Paralleling the gastronomical delights, guests can sit back and revel in a visual spectacle show by the renowned director of "Tonkin of Quintessence", artistic consultant Hoang Nhat Nam.
Using multimedia technology – a combination of music, lights, lasers and dance – the show allows visitors to discover the legend of the dragon and the fairy of Vietnamese origin, the beauty of the natural landscape, and the lives of fishermen in the floating villages. Live music performed on the upper deck by in-house Filipino band promises to end the evening on a soulful note.
Paradise Delight embarks on daily cruises from 10:00 - 14:00 and 18:00 - 22:00. The 4-hour trip costs from $66 per person, including an exquisite culinary experience, visual spectacle show, and live music.
A combo of two days and one night on Paradise Delight cruise & Paradise Suites hotel costs from $92 per person, including accommodation, breakfast at the boutique hotel, and a four-hour cruise on the luxury dining liner.
"With the launch of the super dining Paradise Delight cruise, Paradise Vietnam has pioneered to offer tourists a choice of high-end dining and top-notch entertainment in their journey to discover the heritage bay," said Lee Montefrio Palaganas, representative of Paradise Vietnam Group.
"We expect that with a large capacity and state-of-the-art stage equipment, this cruise promises to become a unique venue for large-scale events, contributing to the development of MICE tourism in Ha Long bay."