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Voyager, ex Singapore to Hong Kong

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Cabin Twin Triple Quad Single
4V - Interior Stateroom (From April 2018)
4B - Spacious Oceanview Balcony Stateroom (From April 2018)
J4 - Junior Suite (From April 2018)
GT - Grand Suite 2 Bedroom (From April 2018)

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Cruise Description

9 Night Cruise sailing from Singapore to Hong Kong aboard Voyager of the Seas.

This ship is a revolutionary marvel of naval engineering. Enjoy one-of-a-kind features like an ice-skating rink, the Royal Promenade and a rock-climbing wall, just for starters. How do they accommodate all of these innovative ideas? Simple, build a bigger cruise ship. The 138,000-ton, 3,114-guest Voyager of the Seas became the world's largest cruise ship when it entered service in November 1999. Innovations on this and other Voyager-family ships add up to more space for every guest, and include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.

Highlights of this cruise:

Singapore
At first glance, this diamond-shaped island just off the coast of Malaysia gleams with modernism and commercialism, making it seem more Western than Eastern. But as you continue to discover the city-state, you'll uncover the eclectic mix of cultures, religions, ancient treasures and British colonial impressions that give rise to a unique Singaporean identity. The cultural fusion is perhaps best expressed in Singapore's unofficial language, Singlish, a unique patois of English, Chinese and Malay.

Bangkok
Bangkok mixes heritage and ultra-modern, with the 18th-century royal district at its heart. The overnight stay offers more experiences in this vibrant capital, like bustling night markets and dinner in chic rooftop restaurants.

Ho Chi Minh
Amongst the grand old buildings such as the historic Hotel d'Ville, sits Ho Chi Minh City colourful markets; selling everything from chillies to French baguettes. In the heart of town is the scenic and relaxing Tao Dan Cultural Park.

Nha Trang
Vietnam's premier destination for beach holidays, Nha Trang offers sun and sea in spectacular setting of a turquoise bay and curved expansive. The waterfront features parks and gardens while an array of dining options are steps away.

Chan May
Set on the Perfume River, the former imperial city of Hue is tranquil and filled with history and heritage. Chan May is a gateway to other cities of central Vietnam, including Danang, whose long white sands were dubbed China Beach.

Hong Kong
The former British colony is a study in contrasts, of East and West, rural and urban, traditional and modern. With historic and religious sights and world-class shopping and dining, Hong Kong is endlessly fascinating.