CRUISING TO DISCOVER MORE OF ASIA

Many of us dream of visiting multiple destinations across different countries but only have time for one trip. On a cruise, you can always have it all, and hassle-free too!

From this July, we have lined up a selection of cruise itineraries of 4- to 10-nights to let you discover and explore some of Asia’s most popular destinations in Japan, Taiwan, China, Hong Kong and Vietnam. You can cruise down the South China Sea in style from Hong Kong, or from Singapore to Hong Kong, with the option to extend your stay in Hong Kong pre- or post-cruise. We also offer one-way flights out from or back to Singapore for your convenience.

All these journeys are offered on Asia’s largest and most exciting ships – Ovation of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas. You can holiday in style and comfort while enjoying the most innovative and unique cruise experiences that are found only on Royal Caribbean.

MUST DO

Okinawa - Discover Japan's Shuri Castle, a centuries-old former royal court and administrative centre, with Chinese architectural influences. Explore Shikina-en Garden, the former Ryukyu royal family's country retreat, covering 23,000 square meters. Visit the Makishi Public Market or stop by Ocean Expo Park's Churaumi Aquarium, the world’s second largest aquarium.

Sanya - Experience the minority Chinese village of the Binlanggu region immerse in the ancient traditions of the Li, Miao and Chiyou peoples while watching a folklore show. Savour a tasty selection of Hainan-style dishes and stop by the Pearl Culture Museum and learn the long history and detailed cultivation process of the gem in the world’s principal pearl-producing country.

Ho Chi Minh City - Discover rural traditions in a small village in Ba Ria province. Learn how all the major faiths are encompassed in this colourful place of worship. Vietnamese Home Visit: Be welcomed into a 100-year-old house by the sixth generation of owners and learn their traditions. Rice Culture: Observe a rice paper-making demonstration and taste rice wine at a local distillery.

Hue/Danang - Explore Hoi An’s 2,000-year history as a merchant town, spend the day in Hoi An, a well-preserved representation of an active trading port from the 15th to 19th centuries. Roam the ancient Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, past theaters, temples and handicraft workshops.

Kaohsiung - Visit Tainan and stop by the historic Chikan Tower built by Dutch, Koxigna Shrine and Confucius Temple to learn about ancient religious ceremonies.