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Cruises to Southeast Asia

About Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia

Cruises to Southeast Asia offer a variety of cultures, islands, and natural beauties that make it a top choice for any experienced traveler. Experience the sights and sounds of some of Asia's most exciting capitals, or dunk your toes in the crystal blue waters off the coast of Bali. On the same trip, you can explore ancient Buddhist temples and tropical rainforests to find hidden waterfalls.

Enjoy a tour of the Bay of Bengal before wandering through an indoor cloud forest in Singapore's contemporary era. Then relax on one of Bali's beaches after a yoga class in artsy Ubud. Discover the fascinating history and culture of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, both in Vietnam and one of the top luxury shopping destinations in Kuala Lumpur. Travel to Southeast Asia on a luxury cruise with and elevate your vacation experience.

South-East Asia Highlights

Many new cities are emerging in Southeast Asia, home to exotic cuisine that is fast becoming very popular in the U.S. At the same time, this region has temples dating back centuries and is home to Hindu and Buddhist cultures. Here are some sample experiences for your Southeast Asia cruise:

1. Wild Tropical Nature

Almost all ports of call on your Southeast Asia cruise will showcase the region's natural splendor, equally as abundant and diverse. In the lush agricultural area of southern Vietnam, the Saigon River flows like snakes through the verdant animal habitats of wild birds. Traveling through this region is a feast for the senses. With one trip, you can see beaches, mountains, and rainforests.

2. Delicious Authentic Cuisine

Whether a picky or an adventurous eater, Southeast Asia has centuries-old recipes, spices, fresh seafood, and delectable meats that will appeal to people from all walks of life. From high-end restaurants to street food stalls and markets, experience the best dishes and flavors from Asia at every port.

3. World-Class Shopping

With world-class shopping options on Southeast Asia cruises, you can choose from Suria KLCC in Kuala Lumpur or Bugis Street in Singapore. Among the local crafts around Hanoi are artisan ceramics, bamboo sculptures, woven baskets, and suits and gowns on Nguyen Trai Street in Ho Chi Minh City.

Cruise Ports to Visit in South-East Asia

The enchanting region of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam will delight you with its rainforests, emerald green bays, and almost magical cultures. Explore the unique South East Asia on one of the world's premier cruise lines and select from hundreds of cruise itineraries. But before that, first read about those ports.

1. Bali, Indonesia

You can explore and unwind on Indonesia's blissful beaches and natural paradise during a Southeast Asia cruise. Experience the adrenaline rush of thrilling watersports in Pantai Tanjung before exploring ancient temples in Denpasar nearby. In Ubud, enjoy a yoga and acai bowl session to find your perfect balance. The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary will allow you to see the long-tailed macaques in their natural habitat while remaining protected.

2. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

With its ultramodern skyline and glass facade, Kuala Lumpur conceals a city with a dynamic past and a Malaysian and British heritage. Enjoy a view of the sprawling metropolis from the observation deck of the Petronas Twin Towers. The lantern-lit Jalan Alor Street offers a variety of Malaysian food stalls. Discover KL's cultural history through the Islamic Arts Museum's display of wood carvings. Visit one of Asia's most luxurious shopping centers, Suria KLCC.

3. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Besides being the largest metropolis in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City is the country's most important business, commercial, and tourism center. Enjoy a sweet and nutty Nu?c Sâm tea on the lively and busy Pham Ngu Lao Street and start your adventure here. Located in Paris, Notre Dame Cathedral was built in the 19th century. It is an exquisite example of Neo-Romanesque architecture. See Vietnamese trade and commerce at its roots in the floating markets of the Mekong Delta.

4. Singapore

Singapore is a fascinating city whose thirst for modern might is anchored both by its cultural traditions and its thirst for modern technology. From Sentosa Island to Mount Faber Peak, you can enjoy panoramic views of the busy bay aboard the Singapore Cable Car. Explore the futuristic Gardens by the Bay or the beautifully colorful and fragrant National Orchid Garden.

5. Bangkok, Thailand

Floating markets, the Chao Phraya River, dazzling temples, and high-end restaurants have made Bangkok a popular destination for adventure-seeking travelers. Watch small neighborhoods come to life as you travel along the river by boat, passing gilded pagodas. Discover Thailand's rich history by visiting the Grand Palace. Shop for bargains at the enormous Chatuchak Market and sample spicy, nutty satay and savory spring rolls.

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