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Singapore To Sydney with Bangkok, Queensland & Beaches of Thailand

24 nights from £2399pp

  • Free Upgrade From Inside To Balcony
  • 2 Nights 4* Darling Harbour Stay In Sydney
  • FREE Sydney Opera House Tour
  • 2 Nights 4* Central Singapore Hotel Stay
  • Includes All Flights & Overseas Transfers

11 November 2020

Singapore To Sydney with Bangkok, Queensland & Beaches of Thailand

Cruise Highlights

Princess Cruises - Regal Princess - 24 Nights - 11 November 2020

What's Included:

FREE Upgrade From Inside To Balcony

2 Nights 4* Darling Harbour Stay In Sydney

Includes FREE Sydney Opera House Tour

2 Nights 4* Central Singapore Hotel Stay

18 Nights Premium Cruising Onboard Regal Princess

Includes All Flights & Overseas Transfers

       

Ship Highlights:

Full Ocean Medallion Service Onboard

Experience The Seawalk - A Glass Walkway 128 feet above the waves!

Cruise Map



Your Itinerary

  •      

    11-12 Nov 2020

           

    Overnight Flight From UK to Singapore

    Picked up on arrival and transferred to your hotel for 2 nights.

  • 13 Nov 2020

    Singapore - At Your Leisure

    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. 

  • 14 Nov 2020

    Embark on Regal Princess

    Transferred from your hotel to the cruise port to begin your 18 night sailing.

  • 15 Nov 2020

    At Sea

    Explore your new home for the next 2 weeks and learn your surroundings.   

  • 16 Nov 2020

    Ko Samui, Thailand

    It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that Ko Samui is an island near-entirely dedicated to tourism: pristine streets, glittered beaches, relaxing spas and world-class cuisine are just some of her charms. Yet, behind this brochure-polished exterior lies an authentic taste of Asian culture, with Buddhist temples hidden down backstreets, family-run seafood restaurants, localised merchant stands, and endless other reasons to stray off the beaten path.

  • 17 Nov 2020

    Bangkok (Laem Chabang), 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. 

  • 18 - 23 Nov 2020

    At Sea

    Enjoy spending a few days onboard your ship and indulge in all the wonders of cruising with Princess. See a Broadway Show, Hit the Sports Court for some basketball or volleyball and pamper yourself in the Lotus Spa. Even if you brave enough then take on the Seawalk - A glass walkway which is 60 feet long and 128 feet above the water giving you incredible views of the sea below. 

  • 24 Nov 2020

    Darwin, Australia

    A mixing pot of over 50 nationalities, the lively streets of Darwin are filled with people from all walks of life, all culminating in this tropical spot for its overflowing restaurants, innovative museums, boisterous arts scene and wondrous landscapes. The yearly Beer Can Regatta sees the racing of small boats forged with beer cans and bottles, serving as a small glimpse into the city’s prominent sports culture.

  • 25 - 26 Nov 2020

    At Sea

    2 days at sea give you the chance to do those things you have been putting off for the holiday so far.

  • 27 Nov 2020

    Port Douglas, Australia

    A popular base for exploring the reefs of Great Barrier, the Daintree rainforest and Cape Tribulation’s beaches, Port Douglas has come a long way since its beginnings as a back-beat fishing village. Yet Port Douglas still manages to offer a chilled alternative to nearby Cairns’ busy streets, the city’s main attraction being the unspoiled Four Mile Beach, the white sands and breezy palms making the perfect locale for perfect memories.

  • 28 - 29 Nov 2020

    At Sea

    Take the photographs that will encapture your holiday and make all your friends and family wish they were there to experience the Regal Princess.

  • 30 Nov 2020

    Brisbane, Australia

    Australia’s third-largest city and the hub of Queensland culture, Brisbane manages to montage its past, present and future in celebration of itself. Traverse between points of historical heritage and modern cutting-edge hotspots, such as the convict-built Old Commissariat Store and the new Gallery of Modern Art. 

  • 01 Dec 2020

    At Sea

    It's souvenir shopping time! Your final day onboard your ship.

  • 02 Dec 2020

    Sydney, Australia

    Disembark the ship here in Sydney and you will be transferred to your 4* hotel for 2 nights. In the afternoon you will make your way to the Sydney Opera House for your complimentary tour of this fascinating venue. 

  • 03 Dec 2020

    Sydney, Australia - At Your Leisure

    A big part of Sydney’s charm comes from her interplay with the natural landscape: the surrounding national parks stretch through the concrete jungle, dashing between skyscrapers and suburbs. On the waterfront, walls of sandstone and golden beaches attract the bronzed locals for both relaxation and partying. 

  • 04 Dec 2020

    Fly UK (overnight) 

    You will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to the UK.

          

Highlights

  • 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. 

  • Brisbane, Australia

    Australia’s third-largest city and the hub of Queensland culture, Brisbane manages to montage its past, present and future in celebration of itself. Traverse between points of historical heritage and modern cutting-edge hotspots, such as the convict-built Old Commissariat Store and the new Gallery of Modern Art. Get your bearings with a ride on the Wheel of Brisbane—think London Eye only down under—an iconic landmark that offers bird’s eye views of the entire city below. If that’s not high enough for you, opt for a helicopter tour that will give you a better lay of the land and the surrounding area.

  • Darwin, Australia

    A mixing pot of over 50 nationalities, the lively streets of Darwin are filled with people from all walks of life, all culminating in this tropical spot for its overflowing restaurants, innovative museums, boisterous arts scene and wondrous landscapes. The yearly Beer Can Regatta sees the racing of small boats forged with beer cans and bottles, serving as a small glimpse into the city’s prominent sports culture.

  • Ko Samui, Thailand

    The island of Ko Samui is a tiny tropical paradise. With shores lined with coconut trees, endless white sand beaches, and stunning turquoise blue water, we’ll understand if you have the urge to set up stakes here permanently. 

  • 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. 

  • Sydney, Australia

    Much of Sydney’s charm comes from her interplay with the natural landscape: national parks stretch through the concrete jungle, dashing between skyscrapers and suburbs. On the waterfront, sandstone walls and golden beaches attract bronzed locals for both relaxation and partying. 

Your Ship

Regal Princess

Regal Princess

Enjoy sweeping views from one of more than 1,400 balconies on Regal Princess or stroll on the SeaWalk®, a glass-floor walkway extending 28 feet beyond the edge of the ship! From the tranquil Sanctuary, a retreat reserved for adults, to the dazzling Princess WaterColor Fantasy light and water show and more, you'll find diversions for every mood.

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Package fares from £pp

  • Inside

    £2399pp

  • Outside

    FULL

  • Balcony

    £2399pp

  • Mini Suite

    £2999pp

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