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Wonders Of The Orient With China, Japan, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka & The Emirates!

28 nights from £1899pp

  • Flights & Private Overseas Transfers
  • Overnight Stays In Shanghai, Hong Kong, Laem Chabang & Dubai
  • Gratuities Included
  • 27 Nights Premium Cruising On Board MSC Splendida

13 Feb 2020

Wonders Of The Orient With China, Japan, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka & The Emirates!

Cruise Highlights

MSC Cruises- MSC Splendida - 28 Nights - 13 Feb 2020

Included:

  • Overnight Stays In Shanghai, Hong Kong, Laem Chabang & Dubai
  • Gratuities Included
  • 27 Nights Premium Cruising On Board MSC Splendida
  • Flights & Private Overseas Transfers
  • Regional Flights Also Available From Your Local Airport
  • Cruise From Just £67pp Per Night



Cruise Map



Your Itinerary

  •      

    13 - 14 Feb 20

         

    Fly UK to Shanghai Overnight - Upon Arrival Transfer to the cruise port & Embark MSC Splendida for your 27 Night cruise

  •      

    15 Feb 20

         

    Shanghai, China - Home to the world’s second tallest tower, an endless array of art deco buildings and a truly diverse arts/music scene, Shanghai is a city that keeps on giving. From traditional Chinese cuisine through to unique cultural amalgamations, Shanghai’s food is arguably the bedrock of its bustling social centre.

  •      

    16 Feb 20

         

    Day at Sea

  •      

    17 Feb 20

         

    Naha/Okinawa, Japan - A collective of over 150 islands, the Okinawa Prefecture, alongside the Ryukyu islands is Japan's collective of overseas territory. Okinawa Island otherwise known as Okinawa Honto is the largest and most popular of the tropical islands, with a beautifull tropical climate, home to the former Ryukyu Kingdom and the Shuri Castle. Shuri castle was initially built in the 1300's but has been completely destroyed on a number of occasions in battle, the castle standing today rebuilt and reconstructed as an ode to this islands deep history, now protected as a UNESCO world heritage site.

  •      

    18 Feb 20

         

    Day at Sea

  •      

    19 - 20 Feb 20

         

    Hong Kong Overnight - 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.

  •      

    21 - 23 Feb 20

         

    At Sea

  •      

    24 - 25 Feb 20

         

    Laem Chabang, Thailand Overnight - Laem Chabang is a port city in Chonburi Province, Thailand. It includes tambon Bang Lamung of Bang Lamung District, the tambons Bueng, Surasak, Thung Sukhla, and parts of Nong Kham of Si Racha District. As of 2006 it had a population of 61,801

  •      

    26 Feb 20

         

    Day At Sea

  •      

    27 Feb 20

         

    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.

  •      

    28 Feb 20

         

    Day At Sea

  •      

    29 Feb 20

         

    Phuket, Thailand - Once an entrepreneurial haven for merchants, Phuket Town is a direct result of its mixed cultural influence, held together by the cooperation of its ancestors. Across the beach-laden island you can expect old architecture renovated for the modern world, from eccentric art galleries through to hip coffee houses.

  •      

    01 - 02 Mar 20

         

    At Sea

  •      

    03 Mar 20

         

    Colombo, Sri Lanka - Once famed as the “garden city of the East”, Colombo offers quaint boulevards full of dancing shadows to cool down beneath. Its renowned old quarters are brimming with traditional local cuisine and an ensuing sense of styled identity, the picturesque shops and cafes only adding to its character.

  •      

    04 Mar 20

         

    Day At Sea

  •      

    05 Mar 20

         

    Cochin, India - A curious cocktail of Portuguese, Dutch, and British influence, the city of Cochin has been enticing traders and travellers alike for over 600 years. Sitting on the tropical Malabar Coast, it is the cultural centre for Keralan arts: unique enactments of costumed dance, music and storytelling.

  •      

    06 - 07 Mar 20

         

    At Sea

  •      

    08 Mar 20

         

    Muscat, Oman - Directly translating as “safe anchorage”, Muscat certainly lives up to its name: its spotless streets and strictly organised dome-topped buildings clearly depict the city’s peaceful nature. That’s not to say Muscat is a dull affair, quite the contrary, the recently opened Royal Opera House has been drawing people from all over the world due to its exhilarating live performances.

  •      

    09 Mar 20

         

    Day At Sea

  •      

    10 Mar 20

         

    Abu Dhabi - Its history tracing back to approximately 3000 B.C, Abu Dhabi has held closer to its Arabic roots than Dubai. It still has its fair share of modern marvels, from skyscraper observation decks to water parks, but the city’s soul is still elegantly grounded in tradition, as it proudly boasts beautiful mosques and palaces.

  •      

    11 Mar 20

         

    Dubai Overnight - Home to over seventy shopping malls and a euphoric blend of ultra-modern design with old-world architecture, Dubai is often perceived as a place exclusively for the wealthy. Yet local government have done much to brush off this image and it is now welcoming of all people: there truly hasn’t been a better time to see Dubai’s wonderful fountains and travel up Burj Khalifa (world’s tallest tower).

  •      

    12 Mar 20

         

    Dubai - Disembark MSC Splendida & transfer to the Airport for your overnight flight back to the UK

Highlights

  • Colombo, Sri Lanka

    Explore this exotic city and view colorful colonial buildings including the Presidential Secretariat, the Grand Oriental Hotel, and the Lighthouse Clock Tower. A “must” to visit is Pettah, Colombo's leading bazaar district. The narrow cobbled streets are lined with shops and street stalls offering the most unimaginable range of goods. Other noteworthy sights include Viharamahadevi Park, the city's largest and oldest green expanse; and the palatial mansions of Cinnamon Gardens.

  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates

    Home to over seventy shopping malls and a euphoric blend of ultra-modern design with old-world architecture, Dubai is often perceived as a place exclusively for the wealthy. Yet local government have done much to brush off this image and it is now welcoming of all people: there truly hasn’t been a better time to see Dubai’s wonderful fountains and travel up Burj Khalifa (world’s tallest tower).

  • 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.

  • Muscat, Oman

    Directly translating as “safe anchorage”, Muscat certainly lives up to its name: its spotless streets and strictly organised dome-topped buildings clearly depict the city’s peaceful nature. That’s not to say Muscat is a dull affair, quite the contrary, the recently opened Royal Opera House has been drawing people from all over the world due to its exhilarating live performances. Two seemingly invincible mountainside forts from the 1500s flank the palace of the sultan, though today they are both museums. A major highlight is the Muttrah Souq, Muscat's oldest market. 

  • Phuket, Thailand

    Phuket, Thailand

    Once an entrepreneurial haven for merchants, Phuket Town is a direct result of its mixed cultural influence, held together by the cooperation of its ancestors. Across the beach-laden island you can expect old architecture renovated for the modern world, from eccentric art galleries through to hip coffee houses. Surrounded by white, sandy beaches and cliff-sheltered coves, its plunging waterfalls and impressive mountains, its cloudless days and fiery sunsets, it's easy to see why Phuket is a wonderful asset to Thailand for both the people who live there and tourists visiting. The beaches are beautiful, and this remains a top destination for snorkeling and diving (with more than 180 registered dive shops). The island offers some of the most exclusive resorts and spas in the world, yet the food, drink, and accommodations are cheap compared to most visitors' home countries (though Phuket is quite expensive by Thai standards). 

  • Shanghai

    Shanghai

    Home to the world’s second tallest tower, an endless array of art deco buildings and a truly diverse arts/music scene, Shanghai is a city that keeps on giving. From traditional Chinese cuisine through to unique cultural amalgamations, Shanghai’s food is arguably the bedrock of its bustling social centre. 

  • 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. 

Your Ship

MSC Splendida

MSC Splendida

Eco-ship MSC Splendida carries you in comfort, style and luxury to the most desirable cruise destinations in the world, while at the same time being a beautiful destination in her own right. With so much to see and do on board, every day on MSC Splendida promises travellers of all ages a world of new discoveries, before they even step ashore.

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