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|DATE||PORT OF CALL||ARRIVE||DEPART|
|Sun Nov 03||Singapore, Singapore
|Mon Nov 04||*At Sea - Cruising
|Tue Nov 05||Koh Samui, Thailand
||8:00 am||6:00 pm|
|Wed Nov 06||Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand
|Thu Nov 07||Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand
|Fri Nov 08||*At Sea - Cruising
|Sat Nov 09||Ho Chi Minh (Phu My), Vietnam
||7:00 am||6:00 pm|
|Sun Nov 10||Nha Trang, Vietnam
||9:00 am||5:00 pm|
|Mon Nov 11||Hue/Da Nang (Chan May), Vietnam
||10:00 am||8:00 pm|
|Tue Nov 12||Hanoi (Halong Bay), Vietnam
|Wed Nov 13||Hanoi (Halong Bay), Vietnam
|Thu Nov 14||*At Sea - Cruising
|Fri Nov 15||Hong Kong, China
Singapore, Singapore - This diamond-shaped island just off the coast of Malaysia gleams with skyscrapers in its business district, but as you delve more deeply into this city-state, you'll uncover a delightful mix of cultures, religions, ancient treasures along with traces of its British colonial perios that combine to form a unique, Singaporean identity. The cultural fusion is perhaps best expressed in Singapore's unofficial language, Singlish, a unique patois of English, Chinese and Malay.
At Sea - Cruising - Cruising
Koh Samui, Thailand - Looking at the water, the palms, and the plants, you might think the color green was invented on Koh Samui, and then reinvented. Everywhere you look are shades of celadon, smaragdine, and viridian. Located in the Gulf of Thailand about 400 miles south of Bangkok, Koh Samui is an island of towering coconut trees, generous sun, and powdery white beaches. Cruise visitors will enjoy the Big Buddha, an important symbol for the locals, the Na Muang waterfall, and the beaches. Chaweng is the island's high-energy beach. Lamai is less busy. Maenam is quiet, and closest to port.
Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand - Once a small Khmer trading center, Bangkok has grown into one of the world's most populous and cosmopolitan cities. Bustling streets and markets stand side by side with serene golden temples and glitzy nightclubs. Explore the architectural marvel of the Grand Palace. Discover Bangkok's largest Buddha at Wat Pho and shop the spectacular Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.
Ho Chi Minh (Phu My), Vietnam - Few cities evoke the same mystery and glamor as Vietnam’s Saigon, now called Ho Chi Minh City, where its historic past mingles with an effortless edginess to form a modern city on its way to being a top destination on any Asia cruise. You might know more about Ho Chi Minh City than you think, whether you’re intrigued by the area’s elaborate underground tunnel system used throughout the 20th century or know of the famous Reunification Palace from history books and photographs.
Ho Chi Minh City, however, isn’t limited by the past. It is decidedly looking forward and being elevated to a new status as a foodie haven, home to the world’s best banh mi sandwiches, and energetic local markets that rival the chaos and excitement of Beijing, Mumbai, and other metropolises.
Nha Trang, Vietnam - White sand beaches, turquoise waters, beachfront cafes. Nha Trang's days as an underappreciated treasure are over. Still very much intact since the 7th century are the venerated towers of the Cham Ponagar Temple complex. Sample shore excursions: Nha Trang City Tour; Nha Trang Countryside.
Hue/Da Nang (Chan May), Vietnam - The coastal city of Da Nang bustles with French colonial influence and a low-key, beachy spirit. It’s been overlooked by tourists even though it’s the fifth largest city in Vietnam, but that’s slowly beginning to change as Da Nang grows and evolves. After all, Da Nang is a convenient gateway to other Asia destinations like Hong Kong and Singapore.
Stopped on a Da Nang cruise, you’ll quickly discover the city’s quirky side. At Dragon Bridge, a dragon sculpture spits out water and fire every weekend night in a crazy spectacle. Then there’s the Marble Mountains, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Central Vietnam, where a set of limestone mountains are dedicated to the five elements. You can explore the caves at Water Mountain, or tour several ornate pagodas and learn the history of this part of Vietnam all at once. A must-do on any Asia cruise, Da Nang will surprise you with its ancient history, charming and unique attractions, and some well-kept secret street foods.
Hanoi (Halong Bay), Vietnam - Since being designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, Halong Bay has captured the hearts and imaginations of visitors with its floating taxis, vibrant night markets, and proximity to some of Vietnam’s biggest destinations. Get a glimpse of Vietnam’s undisturbed beauty and the sheer variety of things to see while you’re there. If it’s your first time in Vietnam, it’s destined not to be your last. Whether you keep close to the limestone structures dotting Halong Bay or venture 100 miles inland to the cosmopolitan Hanoi, there’s something in Vietnam for any type of adventurous traveler. From your Hanoi cruise, arrange a paddling or boat tour of the limestone islets and elaborate network of caves in Halong Bay, spend an afternoon exploring historic temples, or go trekking through Cat Ba National Park.
Hong Kong, China - You will immediately be swept away in the boundless energy of Hong Kong. This once-sleepy harbor town has blossomed into an international trade hub and fascinating departure port for cruises to Asia. The city is globally renowned for its rich culture, Confucian traditions, and incredible Michelin-star rated restaurants.
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