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7 World Wonders with the Taj Mahal, The Great Wall & Angkor Wat

32 nights from £5549pp

  • See Our 7 Wonders of the World on this Exclusive Escorted Tour
  • Explore the best of China with Chengdu, Xian & Beijing Tours
  • 17 Days Escorted Touring with Local Experts
  • 11 Incredible UNESCO Heritage Sites

04 February 2020

7 World Wonders with the Taj Mahal, The Great Wall & Angkor Wat

Cruise Highlights

Celebrity Cruises- Celebrity Millennium - 32 Nights - 04 February 2020


- Escorted Tours to the Great Wall of China, Angkor Wat & Terracotta Warriors
- Visit the Original Panda Research Centre in Chengu, China 
- See the Taj Mahal from a hidden away spot away from crowds 
- Free time in Overnights in Hong Kong & Singapore 


- Newly rennovated in February 2019 
- Mid-sized ship with 2,198 guests  
- Renowned for service and good food with 5* service

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Your Itinerary


    04-05 Feb 20


    Fly UK to Siem Reap (overnight)

    On arrival in Siem Reap, you will be met by your guide at the airport and transferred to your hotel.


  • 06 Feb 20

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    After breakfast you will begin touring of one of the worlds largest and best preserved UNESCO Heritage sites. Beginning at the Southern Gate, flanked by a row of 54 stone figures on each side, afterwards, visit Baphoun, Phimeanakas and the Elephant Terrace, used as a giant viewing stand for public ceremonies, and the Terrace of the Leper King. After lunch, visit Ta Prohm before watching the sunset over Angkor Wat to end the day.


  • 07 Feb 20

    Siem Reap, Cambodia

    This morning, you will visit Tonle Sap Lake and embark on a cruise to Kompong Phluk, an isolated Khmer community of three vilages built on wooden stilts, rising from six to eight meters high above the waters. During your visit your boat will take you through macaque mangrove forests. Enjoy a Khmer lunch followed by activities in a local village with a stop to a Buddist temple on the way back to Siem Reap.


  • 08 Feb 20

    Siem Reap to Beijing

    Your guide will meet you at your hotel and transfer you to the airport for your flight to Beijing. 


  • 09 Feb 20

    Beijing, China

    Walk around Tiananmen Square, one of the most well-known historical sites in China. Continue on to the Forbidden City, once the seat of Chinese political power for almost 500 years and once home to China’s last ruling dynasties. Get behind the wheels of an authentic Chinese rickshaw as you wind your way through the hutong alleyways. Try a street snack before heading back to your hotel.


  • 10 Feb 20

    Beijing, China

    Today visit Juyongguan section of Great Wall. Visit the Jade Factory. Later, wander through the exquisite Summer Palace. After the tour, enjoy an acrobatic show before being transferred back to your hotel.


  • 11 Feb 20

    Beijing to Xian

    Today, you will travel by Bullet train to Xian, China’s ancient capital. On arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel where the rest of the day is free at your own leisure.


  • 12 Feb 20

    Xian, China

    Come face to face with the Terracotta Warriors, built to protect Emperor Qin in the afterlife. Afterwards, visit the Xian Arts and Ceramics Exhibition Centre before proceeding to the Ancient City Walls, where you will have time to take a leisurely stroll.


  • 13 Feb 20

    Xian to Chengdu

    Check-out of your hotel and at a time previously arranged by your guide, you will be transferred to the station to take the Bullet Train to Chengdu. On arrival into Chengdu, you will be met and transferred to your hotel for a one-night stay.


  • 14 Feb 20

    Chengdu Panda Reserve

    This morning visit the famous Panda Reserve. It includes a protected wilderness and breeding area, as well as a museum and research facility. After lunch, enjoy a half day tour to Jinli street and People's Park, and then enjoy a Sichuan Dinner.


  • 15 Feb 20

    Chengdu to Hong Kong - Embark Celebrity Millennium

    Your guide will meet you at your hotel and transfer you to the port to embark Celebrity Millennium.


  • 16 Feb 20

    Hong Kong, China (Overnight)

    Today you can explore Hong Kong at your own pace from the Millennium.       


  • 17 Feb 20

    At Sea.


  • 18 Feb 20

    Ha Long Bay, Vietnam 

    Setting sail and cruise to Dao Tung Lam Bay on a traditional Vietnamese Junk Boat. Relax onboard as the junk boat cruises through the UNESCO Protected limestone cliff faces, known locally as the bay of dragons. Seafood lunch provided on board before returning back to ship early evening. 


  • 19 Feb 20 

    Ha Long Bay, Vietnam 

    Still time for some last minute exploration from the ship before cruise departure early afternoon.
  • 20 Feb 20

    Hue/Danang (Chan May), Vietnam

    Arrive at the port of Chan May, a short distance from the cities of Hue and Danang.

    Where Hue still proudly demonstrates the beauties of Imperialistic architecture, Danang offers a more modern twist on the Vietnamese city formula, with spectacular bridges and paradise resorts along its gorgeous beachline.


  • 21 Feb 20

    At Sea.


  • 22 Feb 20

    Ho Chi Minh (Phu My), Vietnam

    Vietnam’s biggest city woos visitors with its French colonial backdrop and wide-set boulevards, allowing plenty of room for the often-chaotic lifestyle of Ho Chi Minh City.

    Those with an appetite should sample the distinct cuisine of the Ben Thanh Market.


  • 23 Feb 20

    At Sea.


  • 24 Feb 20

    Bangkok, Thailand (overnight)

    This morning you will be met off ship for your tour to visit the temples and palaces of central Bangkok; visiting Wat Traimit - the worlds largest solid gold statue, the Grand Palace & finally Phra Kaew - a buddist temple home to the revered Emerald Buddha.


  • 25 Feb 20

    Today enjoy some time in port before cruise departure at 4pm. 


  • 26-27 Feb 20

    At Sea.


  • 28 Feb 20


    Particularly famed for its shopping scene, the city offers catwalk fashion and just-released technologies at affordable prices within its gloriously atmospheric malls.


  • 29 Feb 20

    Disembark - Singapore to Delhi

    Disembark your ship and transfer to the airport for your flight to Delhi. Upon arrival in Delhi you will be met and transfered to your 4* hotel for check in. 


  • 01 Mar 20

    Following breakfast at the hotel you will visit New & Old Delhi. New Delhi was designed and built by the British in the 1920's with wide boulevards, impressive Government buildings & parks; sat next to Old Delhi, an anicent walled city with its heritage and monuments with Qutub Minar & Humayuns tomb, both impressive examples of Mughal architecture. The clear highlight however of Old Delhi is the impressive and opulent Red Fort. 


  • 02 Mar 20

    Delhi – Agra
    Breakfast followed by check-out at the hotel and transfer over to Agra. Agra was the capital of the Mughal Empire becoming a leading centre of art, science and commerce. No touring today, instead free time when you arrive before an evening dinner at a local restaurant. 


  • 03 Mar 20

    Early Morning Sunrise Visit to Taj Mahal, before returning to the hotel for breakfast. The rest of the day will be spent with visits to Agra Fort with a village tour finishing with High Tea in a hidden away spot overlooking the Taj Mahal.

  • 04 Mar 20

    Agra – Jaipur
    Breakfast followed by check-out at the hotel and start of your drive to Jaipur. 

  • 05 Mar 20


    Breakfast at hotel followed by a Heritage Walk of Old Jaipur taking in spectacular Amer Fort a marvellous example of Rajput architecture with its terraces and ramparts reflected in the Maota Lake below. In the afternoon visit the Palace of Winds, this palace is shaped like a pyramid and is a five-storied building, with number of small windows and screens, with arched roofs. This evening you will enjoy a dinner at Dera Amer where guests can feed elephants followed by a welcome drink and dinner at a private camp surrounded by the Aravali hills and wilderness.



  • 06 Mar 20

    Jaipur - Delhi

    Following breakfast you will be transfered back to Delhi for your final night in India.


  • 07 Mar 20


    Following breakfast you will be transfered to Delhi International for your onward flight back to London or Regional Airport.


  • Bangkok, Thailand

    A melting pot of futuristic and traditional architecture, Bangkok fearlessly places climate-controlled megamalls and neon-lit streets next to 200-year-old village homes and gold-spired Buddhist temples. It’s a contradictory amalgamation of the capital’s past, present and future, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Few cities offer such a satisfying sense of exploration, as you stumble across hidden markets and chat to the fun locals. 

  • Beijing, China

    A city that pays perfect homage to its grand history, with its Forbidden City palace, Great Wall and sublime temples, Beijing is the perfect place to bask in Chinese culture. Between each piece of architectural and imperial mastery, you will find yourself amidst an endless sea of markets, each filled with the trinkets, food and people of this great capital.

  • Hanoi

    The capital of Vietnam is a delight to explore, its Old Quarter, 600 temples and colonial architecture providing the perfect nod to the city’s rich history. Explore rare culinary flavours across the diverse palate of restaurants, the streets between them brimming with scooters and lively street excitements.

  • Ho Chi Minh City

    Once dearly called Diamond of the Far-east with the luxury level overriding that of Hong Kong or Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City is now the most populated city in Vietnam. Modern office skyscrapers, amidst Chinese style pagodas and food stalls along the street, create a dynamic urban area in very special sense. It is not oddly tidy like in Singapore, nor is urban slumps omnipresent like in India. Ho Chi Minh City’s architecture and lifestyle is the reconciliation between American and Chinese influence, with many dots of modernity yet without losing Vietnamese traits and as much historical as it is modern.

  • Hong Kong, China

    Home to one of the world’s most iconic harbours and consisting of over 70% mountains and country parks, Hong Kong is a visual masterpiece. Immerse yourself in its culture and unique spirit as you travel from skyscrapers to holy Sikh temples, browsing endless markets along the way. Worshipers of the God of Cookery, Hong Kong’s culinary reputation is that of legend; enjoy diverse meals, from new cutting edge sensations to classics such as wonton noodles.

  • Hue/Danang, Chan May

    The Nguyen Dynasty founded this former capital in the 17th century on the banks of the Perfume River. Today, it is a massive open-air museum of temples, pagodas and palaces. Where Hue still proudly demonstrates the beauties of Imperialistic architecture, Danang offers a more modern twist on the Vietnamese city formula, with spectacular bridges and paradise resorts along its gorgeous beachline.

  • Jaipur

    The pink city! Overflowing with colour, Jaipur once housed India’s royal family. The city was painted pink by order of Sawai Ram Singh to welcome Edward VII (the Prince of Wales) in 1876.
    Jaipur has many traditional shops selling hand-crafted goods. Skilled artisans, artists and craftsmen were attracted here and settled in the city.

  • Siem Reap

    Located in Northwestern Cambodia Siem Reap is known as the gateway to the Angkor. Home to the world famous heritage site of the temples of Angkor and known as the epicentre of the new Cambodia. Siem Reap is filled with charm with its old French shop-houses a result of French explorers who rediscovered Angkor in the 19th century. With new developments Siem Reap is transforming into a resounding place for visitors. Despite international influences, Siem Reap and its people have conserved much of the town's image, culture and traditions.

  • Singapore

    The ‘City in a Garden’ is full of surprises for those that traverse between its endless skyscrapers. Ancient rainforests brimming with monkeys and drongos, botanical gardens, peaceful farms and rustic paradises are hidden away behind Singapore’s seemingly normal exterior. Chinese, Malaysian and Indian heritage have defined Singapore’s Nonya cuisine as a unique experience of tantalising flavours, and should be appreciated by all travellers who visit this futuristic powerhouse city. Between culinary hot spots enjoy the ambitious shopping scene, ranging from consumer-filled temple boutiques to futuristic sci-fi-esque malls housing cutting edge gadgets at affordable prices. Particularly famed for its shopping scene, the city offers catwalk fashion and just-released technologies at affordable prices within its gloriously atmospheric malls. 

  • Forbidden City

    Tiananmen Sq, Forbidden City and Summer Palace

    After your hotel pickup, this tour starts at Tian'anmen Square with its plentitude of monuments testifying to the communist, Mao's influence on China's modern history. From there you will proceed to the Forbidden City, the largest and best-preserved ancient imperial palaces with over 500 years of history. Visit the Forbidden City along the central axis from south to north for 2 hours. On the way to Temple of Heaven, you will have a chance to visit a centre for Chinese traditional medicine culture. After having a short rest, we'll visit the Temple of Heaven - the largest ancient imperial worship architecture group in the world where the ancient Emperors prayed for peace and harvest. The visit to the Temple of Heaven will take about 1 hour. After a Western and Chinese buffet lunch (40minutes) in Bangfuchun Restaurant, enjoy a short visit to a pearl free market - not to be missed. We will then drive (30minutes) to the Summer Palace, the largest and most beautiful Chinese imperial garden. The visit takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes before you will be transferred back to your hotel.

  • Xian

    Xi’an is the first of China’s four great ancient temples and has played a very important part in China’s history. Xi’an is characterised by and proud of its ancient heritage, being home to the Terracotta Warriors and the starting point of the silk road.

Your Ship

Celebrity Millennium

Celebrity Millennium

A favorite of many vacationers, Celebrity Millennium will continue to cruise to Alaska, the Caribbean and the Panama Canal throughout 2011. Then, in April and May of 2012, she'll undergo a revitalization and emerge much more luxurious. By the time she sails to Asia, she'll be renewed with spa-inspired AquaClass® staterooms, the AquaClass signature restaurant, Blu, and the addition of verandas to her chic Celebrity Suites. We can’t think of a better way to experience the exotic beauty of Asia and the South Pacific.

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