22 NIGHT Southeast Asia CRUISE
Sun Mar 23rd 2025
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Itinerary Summary
Singapore, Ko Samui/THAILAND , Bangkok/THAILAND (Overnight), Sihanoukville/CAMBODIA, Ho Chi Minh/VIETNAM (Overnight), Nha Trang/VIETNAM, Hue/danang/VIETNAM, Hong Kong/CHINA, Shanghai/CHINA (Overnight), Nagasaki/JAPAN, Kagoshima/JAPAN, Ishigaki Isl./JAPAN, Taipei/TAIWAN
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Itinerary

Day 1 : Singapore

-- - 7:00 PM

One of Asia's great success stories, this island republic has merged diverse cultures into a dynamic and thriving nation. Clean, modern and full of green gardens, its neighborhoods reflect the Chinese, Malay, Indian, Arab and European backgrounds of its past. After sampling the legendary shopping, retire to Raffles Hotel's famous bar and toast Maugham, Kipling and Noel Coward with a Singapore Sling.

Day 2 : At Sea

Day 3 : Ko Samui/THAILAND

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The quiet beaches of Lamai, on the island's southeastern coast, are sure to afford you the perfect opportunity to relax. If you would prefer to be a little more active while on Ko Samui, there are plenty of beautiful underwater sights at Coral Cove or Angthong Marine National Park. Dive shops are a dime a dozen on Ko Samui, so you will have plenty of opportunities to explore some of the world's prettiest coral reefs.

Day 4 : Bangkok/THAILAND

10:00 AM - --

A mirror of Venice in Asia, this "City of Angels" is a bustling place with a maze of extensive waterways constantly in motion. In between the office towers and royal palaces are beautiful parks, boulevards and gardens. Bangkok is a city with more than 400 Buddhist temples. The most famous of these is the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, containing a statue carved from a single piece of jade. Gaze at one of Bangkok's best known landmarks, Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn. Spend time in the city's oldest and biggest monastery, Wat Pho, where you'll be awed by its famed Reclining Buddah. Shoppers will enjoy the excitement of the floating markets.

Day 5 : Bangkok/THAILAND

-- - 3:00 PM

A mirror of Venice in Asia, this "City of Angels" is a bustling place with a maze of extensive waterways constantly in motion. In between the office towers and royal palaces are beautiful parks, boulevards and gardens. Bangkok is a city with more than 400 Buddhist temples. The most famous of these is the Temple of the Emerald Buddha, containing a statue carved from a single piece of jade. Gaze at one of Bangkok's best known landmarks, Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn. Spend time in the city's oldest and biggest monastery, Wat Pho, where you'll be awed by its famed Reclining Buddah. Shoppers will enjoy the excitement of the floating markets.

Day 6 : Sihanoukville/CAMBODIA

10:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Day 7 : At Sea

Day 8 : Ho Chi Minh/VIETNAM

8:00 AM - --

Unfortunately Saigon was unable to escape war since the beginning. Saigon suffered a disturbing record in terms of damages due to the war. The southern area of Saigon was appointed districts and government during 1698 by Mr. Nguyen Huu Canh under the order of Lord Nguyen Phuc Chu. Also in 1698, the city of Saigon was officially named. In the year 1772, the city of Saigon began to form starting with the streets being converted from canals.

The city of Saigon is equipped with plenty of sites to allure its visitors as well as its life long natives. The former American Embassy lands right at the top of the list of interest of tourists, in actuality the History Museum should be on the top of the list. This History Museum contains a collation of artifacts dating back 2,000 years in Vietnam's history.

Along with the History Museum, Saigon also features the Unification Place, which was once the Presidential Palace that was utilized by Nguyen Van Thieu for nine years. Many visitors only venture as far as the front gate to take pictures, but those who wonder inside are bound explore floors upon floors of rooms. Saigon entails other accommodations and attractions, but we will leave that discovery for your visit.

Day 9 : Ho Chi Minh/VIETNAM

-- - 2:00 PM

Unfortunately Saigon was unable to escape war since the beginning. Saigon suffered a disturbing record in terms of damages due to the war. The southern area of Saigon was appointed districts and government during 1698 by Mr. Nguyen Huu Canh under the order of Lord Nguyen Phuc Chu. Also in 1698, the city of Saigon was officially named. In the year 1772, the city of Saigon began to form starting with the streets being converted from canals.

The city of Saigon is equipped with plenty of sites to allure its visitors as well as its life long natives. The former American Embassy lands right at the top of the list of interest of tourists, in actuality the History Museum should be on the top of the list. This History Museum contains a collation of artifacts dating back 2,000 years in Vietnam's history.

Along with the History Museum, Saigon also features the Unification Place, which was once the Presidential Palace that was utilized by Nguyen Van Thieu for nine years. Many visitors only venture as far as the front gate to take pictures, but those who wonder inside are bound explore floors upon floors of rooms. Saigon entails other accommodations and attractions, but we will leave that discovery for your visit.

Day 10 : Nha Trang/VIETNAM

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

If you were traveling by plane to Nha Trang, this city would give the illusion that it is engulfed by beautiful elevated mountains glazed of green grass with this ideal relaxing city in between. Most of the Vietnamese come to Nha Trang to escape the hectic ways of Ho Chi Minh City. This ideal paradise island is known for its beautiful beaches with the atmosphere of warm temperature all year round. A couple of Nha Trang's famous islands include Hon Tre, Hon Yen, Hon Rua, and Spratly islands.

The city of Nha Trang contains the most beautiful beaches. Once of which is Cana beach which is a stretch of what sands and a couple restaurants that allure travelers. The Natives and visitors make a habit of indulging in the beach atmosphere mainly during the times of 5am - 8am when weather is cool instead of steaming hot. One of its extraordinary features would be the Thanh Long (Green Dragon fruit) orchards. These orchards only grow along the highway to Nha Trang and have grown quite popular.

Day 11 : Hue/danang/VIETNAM

11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

In 1744, Southern Vietnam was controlled under the control of Nguyen. At this point in history, Hue resided as capitol of Vietnam. When the control of the city was taken away from the rebels with the defeat by Nguyen Ann in 1802, The Nguyen family dynasty began. During the resignation of the last emperor in 1945, this ended the dynasty of the Nguyen Family. Regardless of the damages as a result of the 1968 Tet offensive that occurred during the American War, this beautiful city it still entails architectural findings.

Through all of the damages due to natural disasters and wars, Hue sustained its ancient appearance. This ancient capital contains palaces, walls, and royal tombs. Considering the history and heritage that Hue contains, makes it Vietnam's most priceless possession. On December 11, 1993, Hue was appointed the status of being a World Culture Heritage by UNESCO's Director General, Federico Mayor.

One of Hue's main attractions would be the Citadel, which is constructed around the natural beauties just north of the Perfume River. The construction of this structure was built from 1805 to 1832. This structure has a circumference of 10,000 m, a height of 6.6 m and a thickness of about 21cm. It contains a dirt filled center and an outer layer of bricks. The Citadel is positioned just southeast of Mount Ngu Binh (Royal Screen Mount) and within a view point of the Ta Thanh Long (Left Green Dragon) and Huu Bach Ho (Right White Tiger).

Along with the Citadel, Hue also possesses structures as the Ngo Mon, which was built in 1833, The Palace of Supreme Harmony, and Royal Tombs. All of these magnificent works of art can be view upon your visit. We'll reserve all of the details of these architectures for your viewing pleasure.

Day 12 : At Sea

Day 13 : Hong Kong/CHINA

7:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Hong Kong is the cosmopolitan hub of the Far East. This former British colony reverted to Chinese control in 1997, yet the culture-rich atmosphere remains. See the Wong Tai Sin Temple, tour local markets and the floating village of Aberdeen. Take the Tram to the top of Victoria Peak for one of the world''s most exciting views, or cross the harbor aboard one of the famous Star Ferries. After shopping and exploring, enjoy high tea at the favored retreat of many world travelers-the Peninsula Hotel.

Day 14 : At Sea

Day 15 : At Sea

Day 16 : Shanghai/CHINA

8:00 AM - --

From opium wars to junks and barges, images of Shanghai flood the senses. The real Shanghai is a teeming metropolis of 11 million, bustling with energy, towering skyscrapers and art deco buildings, honking traffic and shopping crowds. But once you enter China's largest city, you'll find Eastern ways abound: Tai Chi along the Bund, the serenity of exquisite ponds and gardens, and an endless flotilla of sampans edging along the Huangpu River. Explore Shanghai old and new: the busy bazaars and alleyways of the Old Town, Yu Garden, the Wuxingting Tea House, Long Hua Temple and more.

Day 17 : Shanghai/CHINA

-- - 5:00 PM

From opium wars to junks and barges, images of Shanghai flood the senses. The real Shanghai is a teeming metropolis of 11 million, bustling with energy, towering skyscrapers and art deco buildings, honking traffic and shopping crowds. But once you enter China's largest city, you'll find Eastern ways abound: Tai Chi along the Bund, the serenity of exquisite ponds and gardens, and an endless flotilla of sampans edging along the Huangpu River. Explore Shanghai old and new: the busy bazaars and alleyways of the Old Town, Yu Garden, the Wuxingting Tea House, Long Hua Temple and more.

Day 18 : At Sea

Day 19 : Nagasaki/JAPAN

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

One of Japan's most historic cities, Nagasaki was a major port, trading with the Portuguese and Dutch in the 16th century. You can still see this colonial legacy in the brick buildings, old forts, canals and curving cobblestone streets. On a hill overlooking the bay, beautiful Glover Mansion, the setting of Madame Butterfly, is typical of the fine homes built by wealthy foreign residents. But Nagasaki's ties with Korea and China are equally apparent in the famous Chinese temple, a large Chinese colony and the numerous fine Korean and Chinese restaurants.

Day 20 : Kagoshima/JAPAN

8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

This large city is an excursion base from which to explore the dramatic coastlines, national parks and volcanic mountains of Kyushu, Japan's third largest island. Mount Sakurajima, an active volcano, can be reached by ferry. To the north, Kirishima-Yaku National Park is a scenic area of smoking volcanoes, craters and lakes. South of the city, Ibusuki, the island's most popular seaside resort, welcomes kimono-clad bathers to its sandy beaches and warm, underwater springs.

Day 21 : At Sea

Day 22 : Ishigaki Isl./JAPAN

10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Day 23 : Taipei/TAIWAN

6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Across the Formosa Strait from mainland China is the bustling port of Keelung, on the island of Taiwan. Just 20 miles inland is Taipei, the national capital, one of the most prosperous cities in Asia. Marvel at the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, the Grand Hotel, and the National Palace Museum, with its art treasures from Beijing''s Forbidden City.