Get picked up at home and whisked off to your departure point (within 50 miles).
Meals included: 20 breakfasts, 17 lunches, 18 dinners
Experience the magic of the Far East on this enchanting cruise to the tropical regions of Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. Explore energetic cities and bohemian beach resorts, and tuck into the tastiest seafood cuisine, as you voyage on the grand Sapphire Princess. Make the most of your experience on a relaxing all inclusive stay in Maldives.
On arrival in Singapore you will be met by your representative and transferred to your hotel.
Singapore is the commercial centre of Asia and a vibrant and contemporary city-state with plenty of attractions. Spend the day exploring the island. You can sample traditional street food in Chinatown or explore the best shopping and entertainment in Orchard Road. Nature lovers won’t want to miss the Botanic Gardens which features 52 hectares of untouched primary forest and landscaped gardens. And the popular Raffles Hotel, home of the famous ‘Singapore Sling’, is a great place to sit and soak it all in.
Today, board the Sapphire Princess for your cruise.
Sprawling between the South China Sea and Crocker Mountain Range, Kota Kinabalu is the charming capital city of Malaysia’s Sabah state. Famous for being the gateway to the Kinabalu National Park, the city serves up majestic Islamic architecture and stunning jungle and mountain views. Tour the park to experience a huge range of plant and lowland mammal species, or learn more about Malaysian culture at the Sabah Museum. The impressive City and Sabah State mosques are also within reach.
Today you arrive in Nha Trang, one of Vietnam’s most popular seaside resorts. This island treats its guests to white-sand beaches and sparkling azure waters, as well as a lively party scene at night. Enjoy a free day to relax or explore at your own pace. The Long So’n Pagoda temple is one of Nhra Trang’s most popular attractions. Visit the temple to see the famous white Buddha or to enjoy spectacular bird's eye views of the island. The colourful Cho Dam Market is a great place to get a taste of the local culture, or you may want to want to spend the day just soaking up the sun on Nha Trang beach.
Ho Chi Minh City is the largest and busiest of Vietnam’s cities. Commonly known as ‘Saigon’, Ho Chi Minh City is the country’s entertainment hub and cultural centre. Wander along its tree-lined boulevard to get your bearings. The city is a wonderful blend of old and new, with ancient pagodas and temples sat alongside chic boutiques and modern malls. Dong Khoi Street offers the best shopping and people-watching with its artisan stores and elegant cafes, while Binh Tay Market in the Cho Lon (Chinatown) district offers a more traditional experience. Visit the National Museum of Vietnamese History to see a fascinating collection of cultural relics, or experience the enchanting atmosphere of the Jade Emperor Pagoda.
A pristine resort in the southwest of Cambodia, Sihanoukville is your ultimate bohemian beach getaway. White-sand beaches, swaying palms and tasty seafood cuisine awaits you in this tropical province, which is known for its easygoing vibe. Spend your time sunbathing and snorkeling at the beach, or get your culture fix at the Wat Krom temple. The Psar Lu Market is a popular place to shop for local crafts and souvenirs.
Arrive in Laem Chabang and transfer to Bangkok, the energetic capital and economic centre of Thailand. This dynamic city has a rich and ancient culture which can be seen its elaborate temples and bustling street markets. At the heart of the city, the Grand Palace is undoubtedly Bangkok’s most popular attraction. Make this spectacular complex your first port of call, or head to one of its many golden temples. Wat Phra Kaew is most famous for its Emerald Buddha statue, while Wat Pho is home to the famous Reclining Buddha. For a true taste of Thai culture, don’t leave Bangkok without sampling a full-flavoured street food dish.
Thailand’s third largest island draws in an international crowd with its powdery sand beaches, crystalline waters and tasty seafood cuisine. Experience its charm for yourself on Chaweng Beach, or perhaps you might head straight for the popular Wat Plai Laem temple, home to the spectacular 18-armed Kwan Yin statue. If you would prefer to spend the day relaxing, Ko Samui offers a huge choice of breezy restaurants and spas where you can wile away the day.
After breakfast, disembark in Singapore and transfer to the airport for your flight to the Maldives.
Enjoy an all-inclusive stay at your chosen Maldives resort.
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight back to the UK.
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