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NEW - The Grand Asian Odyssey With Ho Chi Minh, Bangkok & Indonesia

22 nights from £1999pp

  • 2 Nights 4* Central Hotel Stay in Singapore with FREE WiFi
  • 18 Nights Full Board Cruising Onboard Voyager of the Seas
  • Spend 2 Days In Bangkok, Thailand During Your Sailing
  • See the Paradise Beaches of Bintan Island - For 2 Days!
  • Enjoy 2 Days To Discover Penang in Malaysia On Your Cruise

11 February 2022

NEW - The Grand Asian Odyssey With Ho Chi Minh, Bangkok  & Indonesia

Cruise Highlights

Royal Caribbean Cruises- Voyager of the Seas - 22 Nights - 11 February 2022

Newly Refurbished After As Of Nov 2019 - New Waterslides, Laser Tag, Solarium, Kids Clubs & More

Ice Rink, Rock Climbing & Surfing Onboard

Return Flights From London Gatwick & All Overseas Private Transfers

Multiple Bars & Restaurants Onboard Including Izumi Sushi, American Steakhouse Chops Grille & An English Pub

ATOL & ABTA Protected

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Your Itinerary

  • 11 Feb 22

    Fly UK To Singapore

    Regional Flights & Upgrade Available*

         

  • 12 Feb 22

    Arrive Singapore

    Transfer from the airport to your 4* centrally located hotel in Singapore for 2 nights stay 

           

  • 13 Feb 22

    Day At Leisure In Singapore

    Singapore has something for everyone from superb theme parks, iconic waterfront attractions, charming neighborhoods, modern shopping malls or even lush greenery to explore. The most famous is the Bay of Gardens. It's hard to miss the 25 to 50 meter super trees sprouting from the ground. At night this place comes alive as each evening a light display takes place entertaining its visitors.

             

  • 14 Feb 22

    Embark Voyager of the Seas

    After check-out, transfer to the port and board your ship, Voyager of the Seas for your 18 night voyage around Malaysia, Vietnam & Indonesia. 

             

  • 15 Feb 22

    Penang, Malaysia

    Penang is a world renowned exotic holiday destination and was listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site in 2008 as there area has no shortage of cultural and natural scenery. Known as the Pearl of the Orient it is famous for its soft sandy beaches such as Tanjung Bungah as well as being the food capital of Malaysia. 

           

  • 16 Feb 22

    Phuket, Thailand

    Phuket has it all from beautiful white gold sandy beaches to the wonderful Phuketian heritage, it's Thailand's largest island and probably it's most famous. The key draw for this island is it's beautiful beaches and Phuket's southern and western coasts are the key highlights. You could choose to head to Surin and Ao Bang Thao for there luxurious resorts and beach clubs. 

            

  • 17 Feb 22

    At Sea

          

  • 18 Feb 22

    Singapore

    On your return back into Singapore a must is also the one of the most famous hotels in the world, Raffles. Here take the chance to sample the infamous Singapore Sling and wonder through its corridors to take in its neo-Renaissance architecture.

          

  • 19 Feb 22

    Penang, Malaysia

    On your return into the city of Penang why not choose to visit the infamous vipers of Snake Temple. The temple was built in honour of Chor Soo Kong, a Buddhist priest and healer, legend has it that the monk gave shelter to the snakes and when the temple was completed after his death, they moved in on their own. 

             

  • 20 Feb 22

    At Sea

           

  • 21 Feb 22

    Singapore

    On your return into Singapore why not choose to visit the world famous Universal Studios which was Southeast Asia's first and only Universal theme park. It features an adrenaline filled 24 rides, shows and attractions within seven fun filled zones.

           

  • 22 Feb 22

    Bintan Island, Indonesia

    The island of Bintan is part of Indonesia's Riau Archipelago which is a short boat ride away from the city of Singapore. It is best known for its high ende resorts, world class golf courses and its spectacular coastal beauty.Head to Trikora Beach with its breathtaking long stretch of crystal clear blue waters, simply relax and have fun in the sun. 

           

  • 23 Feb 22

    Singapore

    Here in Singapore why not choose to visit the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple which is one of Singapore's oldest Hindhu temples situated in the heart of little India. This temple is dedicated to the goddess and destroyer of evil Kali. 

            

  • 24 Feb 22

    Bintan Island, Indonesia 

    On your return into the port of Bintan you can also see how the locals live in the villages of Senggarang and Sebung, Senggarang is one of the most prominent Chinese villages. This small fishing village is filled with rows of fishermen’s stilt houses lining its coast. The village is also home for ancient Chinese temples. 

            

  • 25 Feb 22

    At Sea

          

  • 26 Feb 22

    Nha Trang, Vietnam

    Nha Trang, is home to a six-kilometer stretch of exquisite coastline boasting white sandy beaches, clear waters which is home to an array of marine life and reefs, flourishing mountain ranges at each end. If you're looking for something more cultural visit the Long Son Pagoda which is situated at the foot of the Trai Thuy Mountain where you'll be able to see the infamous large white Buddha. 

            

              

          

  • 27 Feb 22

    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

    This city that rarely sleeps formally known as Saigon is a varied and dynamic city full of history and culture. Why not visit one of the many spa's situated in the city. If retail therapy is more your thing head to Ben Thanh the best market on offer. Here strike up a bargain for a range of souvenirs including traditional Vietnamese lanterns. A trip to the Cu Chi Tunnels is a must, it was used by the Vietnamese during the war. 

            

  • 28 Feb 22

    At Sea

          

  • 01-02 Mar 22

    Bangkok, Thailand

    Bangkok or the City of Angels has rapidly became one of the world's top tourist destinations. Bangkok has 200 year old village homes, vast huge mega malls, neon lit strips to gold spired temples. A must is the Grand Palace. Located on Ko Ratanakosin by the Chao Praya River. It is a blend of Italian Renaissance and Thai architecture which also homes The Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Other cultural sites include the National Museum, Vimanmek Mansion, and Suan Pakkad Palace. 

          

          

  • 03 Mar 22

    At Sea

           

  • 04 Mar 22

    Disembark Voyager of the Seas & Fly UK

    After breakfast, you will disembark Voyager of the Seas and be transfered to the airport for your flight back to the UK.

         

  • 05 Mar 22

    Arrive Back Into The UK

Highlights

  • 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.

  • Nha Trang, Vietnam

    Nha Trang is a coastal resort city in southern Vietnam known for its beaches, diving sites and offshore islands. The Gothic cathedral (pictured here) is also worth a visit, with its bell tower, domed ceiling & stained glass.

  • Penang

    Penang Island's main city, George Town, is one of Malaysia’s most cosmopolitan and exciting cultures. It is situated on the northwest coast of peninsular Malaysia, known as Malaysia's vibrant food capital a creative fusion of the East and the West. Take your pallet to paradise and rest assured that once you leave, you will give anything to be back in Penang eating rendang.

  • 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). 

  • 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

Voyager of the Seas

Voyager of the Seas

Carrying just over 3,000 passengers this large ship has the variety to satisfy every taste. If you like good food visit some of the most outstanding restaurants at sea, ranging from freshly prepared Italian to all- American burgers. If you fancy a little adventure try the climbing wall or skate round an ice rink at sea or if it is too cold try the inline skating rink. There is something to do for the whole family including mini golf, watching a show or taking the kids to the Adventure Ocean. This ships covers the needs of all age ranges.

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Package fares from £pp

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    £1999pp

  • Ocean View

    £2099pp

  • Balcony

    £2399pp

  • Junior Suite

    £2799pp

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