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Cruises in Asia

Cruise from Singapore
From Singapore, Shanghai and Seoul to Hong Kong and Taipei explore Asia and all its secrets – discover the sights and sounds of this mystical region. From the pristine beaches of Phuket and the finger licking Nonya cuisine in Penang, to the panoramic vistas of the land of the Rising Sun, a trip to the Asia region is bound to delight.

Highlights of the region:
 • Sip a Singapore Sling at the Raffles hotel
 • When in Phuket take day trip to James Bond island
 • Take the tram to Victoria’s Peak for fabulous views of the harbor below
 • Sample dim sums in Hong Kong
 • Explore the Forbidden City
 • Try sake and sushi in Japan

Departure Ports
Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore are the ports of departure for cruises in the Asia region.
Ports of Call
Singapore
Singapore is a cosmopolitan city where surroundings are scrupulously clean. Spend a day of pure fun at Sentosa Island, shop to your heart’s content at Orchard street and while the evening away sampling the sumptuous seafood at Clarke’s Quay. Singapore delights the visitor like no other city.

Phuket
The pristine beaches of Phuket and the sparkling blue waters of the Andaman Sea are what make Phuket the perfect holiday destination. The night life is happening and the water sports exciting. Lie on the beach or go parasailing at Patong Bay, grab a drink at a bar or dance your blues away at a swinging nightclub. Phuket is the ultimate beachcomber’s paradise.

Hong Kong
Discover the melting pot of Asia – Hong Kong. Different languages, diverse people and a taste of China await in this city which is steeped in tradition yet the financial capital of Asia. Get a sweeping view of the city from Victoria’s Peak, gorge on yummy dim sums or gamble the night away in nearby Macau, Hong Kong is a visitors delight!

Shanghai
With a history that spans several hundred years, Shanghai is a throbbing financial hub today. Explore the sprawling green parks or stroll along the river on the Bund. Shanghai is a happy mix of the old and the new and is bound to please.

Beijing
Beijing is a city of a thousand faces, where tai chi and quiet gardens vie for space with snazzy cars and glitzy shopping malls. To experience another world - visit the Forbidden City and wander through the beautiful Summer Palace. Tiananmen Square and the Great Wall of China are not to be missed sights while in Bejing.

Busan, South Korea
The country’s largest port Busan is blessed with a wonderfully temperate climate. Historical sites and temples beckon as do the bustling markets of the city. Surrounded by scenic beauty of the mountains on one side and glorious beaches on the coastline, come to Busan and enjoy its hospitality.

Tokyo, Japan
A fast moving city, Tokyo can be insensitive and ugly- but somewhere under the hard outer shell, you can find beauty- in the hidden gardens, in the old streets where part of traditional Japan still lingers. Come explore Tokyo!

Kobe, Japan
An interesting city Kobe is more than just steaks and sake! Wedged between the mountains and the sea Kobe offers spectacular views and sake breweries. Visit Kobe – you will not be disappointed.

Miyazaki, Japan
Blessed with great weather all year round, Miyazaki is a delightful city with the largest indoor water park, Sea Gala where you can spend a day full of fun.

Nagasaki, Japan
Nagasaki is flanked on three sides by mountains and there is a lot to see and do in this busy town. Shopaholics will enjoy themselves checking out the numerous stores, out enthusiasts can go into the mountains around and explore the area. Nagasaki is definitely a must see on any itinerary in Japan.

Nagoya, Japan
Nagoya is a town of temples and shrines, museums and theatres. Culture abounds in Nagoya and a must see would include the Nagoya Castle known for its Shachi golden dolphins that adorn the roof. Great shopping opportunities exist and the evening see the bars buzzing with activity.

Hue, Vietnam
The ancient city of Hue was once the capitol of Vietnam. Steeped in history, cultural influences are strong in this city that holds the Imperial Palace, the Citadel and the Forbidden City. An interesting city that is best discovered by bicycle, Hue has some wonderful restaurants that dish up sumptuous Vietnamese cuisine. Explore Hue and become prisoner to it’s charms.

Hanoi, Vietnam
The city of Hanoi is the springboard to Ha Long Bay a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the myriad islands of the Bay that are sprinkled with caves which are illuminated at night and present a surreal scene. Bask in the sun while sailing around the Bay, enjoy delicious Vietnamese cuisine which is bound to tickle your palate.

Seoul, Korea
The megacity known as Seoul is bustling with life. Soaring Skyscrapers, busy boulevards and expressways are interspersed with ancient pagodas and shrines and verdant parks. Seoul is a city that is on the move but if you tarry awhile you will discover the ‘soul’ of Seoul.

Busan, South Korea
Busan is a summer retreat with bustling markets, serene temples and great beaches and is surrounded by towering mountains on one side and the sea on the other. Busan is blessed with a wonderfully mild climate which makes your visit to this lovely city even more pleasurable.

Taipei, Taiwan
Taipei the largest city in Taiwan is a city caught in a limbo. The old and the new co exist and the traditional heritage complements the new age modern trappings. A vibrant city with a bustling nightlife has oases of quietude in the lovely parks and gardens that abound throughout the city.

Cruise lines sailing in Asia:
Azamara
Costa Cruises
Princess Cruises
Royal Caribbean
Star Cruises
Seabourn Cruise lines

Best Time to Cruise
Cruise ships operate in the warm Singapore region all year round, but it may be best to avoid the wet monsoon season between June and October as this is the time for typhoons and choppy seas. Further north towards Hong Kong, the best time would depend on the weather – again avoid the monsoon months.

Best Time to Book
The best time to book is as early as possible in order to secure a good price and some cruise lines have early bird discounts. It is also possible to get good discounts as the sail date draws near, but then chances are you may not get the cabin of your choice.



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