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Nautica, Eastern Jewels ex Singapore to Tokyo

Ship: Nautica View ship details

Cruise Line: Oceania Cruises

Selected Sailing Date: 04 Mar 2020

OLife Choice - Book Before 01 July 2019

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Cabin Twin Triple Quad Single
F - Inside Stateroom N/A N/A
D - Oceanview Stateroom N/A N/A
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C1 - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom N/A N/A

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Cruise Description

30 Night cruise sailing from Singapore to Tokyo aboard Nautica.

A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY
From gold-plated shrines in Thailand to the glittering nighttime spectacle of Shanghai, you’ll be charmed while visiting these exotic destinations on the South China Sea and beyond.

8 countries
Overnights in Bangkok, Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) and Hanoi (Ha Long Bay)
2 overnights in Shanghai
Visits to Ko Samui, Sihanoukville, Hue/Da Nang, Taipei, Miyazaki and more
Po Lin Monastery on Lantau Island in Hong Kong

Highlights of this cruise:

Singapore, Singapore
Discover a delightful city of contrasts, from its old Chinese quarter and colorful Hindu temples to its modern skyscrapers, famous Tiger Balm Gardens and magnificent National Orchid Garden. Stroll along the Esplanade. Take a short cruise along the Singapore River and a tri-shaw ride through town. Visit the Kranji Memorial and Changi Chapel and Memorial, dedicated to those who lost their lives here during World War II.

Ko Samui, Thailand
Explore this idyllic, forested island and its pristine beaches. Visit the giant Buddha at Wat Phra Yai, the elephant camp where these intelligent animals display their work skills and a plantation where monkeys harvest coconuts. Head to the interior and see majestic cascading waterfalls and how rubber trees are tapped. Enjoy the gorgeous beaches.

Bangkok, Thailand
Indulge your senses in the city's fabulous golden temples and palaces, the royal barges and the Emerald Buddha. Explore the hidden city of teak mansions and lovely gardens or learn about Thai culture. The Royal Palace, familiar to many as the scene of the true story of Anna and the King of Siam, is a massive complex of carved and gilded buildings still used by the Thai royal family. Or visit the home of Jim Thompson, former spy and promoter of the local silk industry who disappeared mysteriously.

Sihanoukville, Cambodia
Think beaches and snorkeling, as Sihanoukville sits on the beautiful island-studded Bay of Thailand. Wats, or Buddhist temples, are abundant and often modest architecturally, as seen at Wat Otres behind Otres Beach. There are even two wats in Ream National Park, a birdwatcher's paradise.

Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam
Discover the rich heritage of Saigon and the rural Mekong Delta. See the city's lovely pagodas, colonial architecture and broad boulevards. Ride a local pedicab through the bustling streets; visit the vibrant markets, Chinatown and the fascinating Cu Chi tunnels. Explore the lush countryside of farms, rice paddies and villages with a cruise on the Mekong.

Hue (Chan May), Vietnam
Hue, the former imperial capital on the Perfume River, beckons with its lovely temples, pagodas and imposing citadel protected by a moat. Explore its many attractions, including tombs of Nguyen dynasty emperors, by boat. Visit the iconic Trang Tien Bridge, which connects the ancient citadel area with Hue across the river, and stroll among the town’s colonial-style buildings and outdoor cafés. In nearby Da Nang, visit famed China Beach and the intriguing Cham Museum, filled with fascinating artifacts of the Cham culture.

Hanoi (Ha Long Bay), Vietnam
Drink in the exquisite beauty of Ha Long Bay with its breathtaking monolithic limestone islands and famous morning mists before traveling along the Red River to Vietnam's capital city, Hanoi. Enjoy the broad boulevards, French colonial architecture and wonderful Old Quarter. Visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Vuon Bach Thao park where locals practice Tai Chi.

Hong Kong, China
Experience old and new Hong Kong with its ultra-modern high-rise buildings beside street markets and lovely temples. Visit the boat people in Aberdeen and shop in Stanley Market or stroll through the bustling Temple Street night market. Visit Hollywood Road with its temple and antique shops or take a junk cruise and explore the magnificent bay. Travel to the New Territories to see family shrines, the wishing tree and the preserved wetlands. Or visit Lantau Island and the Po Lin Monastery with its giant Buddha statue.

Taipei (Keelung), Taiwan
On this fascinating island visit the world's tallest building, the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial, the fabulous Palace Museum's vast collection of Chinese art and the lovely Lungshan Temple. Explore lovely Keelung's historic sites and Yeliu Park's astonishing rock formations.

Ishigaki, Japan
Discover this remote and picturesque island's lush mountains, beautiful beaches and magnificent coral reef from island viewpoints. See the native palm forest and the lavishly decorated Chinese tomb. Step back in time and travel to the tiny island of Taketomi-jima with its treasured red-tile- roofed town where rural island heritage, including ox carts, is vividly alive.

Shanghai, China
See the amazing contrasts of this burgeoning city, from the broad European-style Bund to the soaring ultra-modern buildings. Visit the magnificent art museum and the renowned 16th century Yu Yuan Gardens. Enjoy the city by night, see an acrobatic show, browse in local markets or take a trip to one of the famed garden cities of Suzhou or Wuxi.

Beijing (Tianjin), China
Travel to Beijing and stroll through the amazing Forbidden City and infamous Tiananmen Square. Visit the beautiful Temple of Heaven, where the emperor annually celebrated the harvest, and walk on the centuries-old Great Wall of China. Venture farther to Xian on a land tour to explore the Terracotta Warriors Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage site filled with more than 7,000 life-size statues standing guard over the tomb of the first emperor of a unified China.

Dalian, China
Head to Tiger Beach, Jinshitan Beach or Fujiazhuang Beach, some of the best in China, and then stroll through Xinghai Square, built in 1998 to honor the city’s centennial. Visit the Lushun Museum and see its extensive collection of mummies, take a scenic drive on Binhai Road, watch a dolphin show at the aquarium or enjoy the spectacular view from Haizhiyun Park.

Seoul (Incheon), South Korea
Travel to Seoul and discover its 5,000-year-old heritage amidst the ultra-modern high-rises. Visit the magnificent 14th century Gyeongbok Palace and stone pagoda, the National Museum and the bustling antique district. Or spend a day in the serene atmosphere of a Zen Buddhist temple and a historic Korean village. Tour the DMZ and rediscover the drama of recent history. Or simply wander the fish market and promenade at Inchon.

Jeju, South Korea
Known as the "Island of the Gods," Jeju offers beautiful beaches as well as breathtaking views from Hallasan, the highest peak in South Korea. The volcanic island features one of the finest lava tube systems of caves in the world and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its dramatic landscapes of outstanding beauty. Walk the scenic path to the Cheonjiyeon Waterfall, one of the island’s most famous attractions, and watch history and culture come alive at the open-air Jeju Folk Village Museum.

Kumamoto (Yatsushiro), Japan
In a land of fairy-tale castles, Kumamoto is home to one of Japan’s three greatest. After recovering from siege and fire in 1877, Kumamoto Castle sustained its greatest damage in the earthquake of 2016 – ironic given the castle is known for its dark obsidian color resembling the rock of Japan’s volcanic landscape. Painstaking repairs are ongoing but in some ways further emphasize the castle’s astounding scale. In places where the massive, once impenetrable walls have crumbled, their graceful curves are being rebuilt like a puzzle, stone by stone. Kato Shrine gives you an excellent view of the elegant black towers, turrets and walls that remain intact. While the castle recalls a violent history, it is enveloped by serene natural beauty. A network of underground springs has made Kumamoto a lush oasis of verdant parks and natural lakes, and the city boasts drinking water so clean it will purify your soul.

Miyazaki, Japan
A seaside resort town that enjoys more sunshine than any other Japanese city, Miyazaki is the capital of the prefecture of the same name. Those who love sand and surf appreciate the miles of coastline and mild climate that create excellent beachgoing and surfing conditions almost year-round. If you prefer the mountains, verdant ranges rise inland, where you might plan a day trip to the hot springs of Kirishima, the gorge of Takachiho or the Aya Teruha pedestrian bridge suspended nearly 500 feet above a forested valley. Natural wonders are also found closer to the city in the unique geology of peaceful Aoshima Island and in shrines to ancient gods tucked in seaside caves and scenic parklands. The city proper has fascinating museums and abundant shopping opportunities. Or visit a distillery to learn the process of making shochu, a popular Japanese spirit distilled from many different sources, such as sweet potatoes, rice or barley.

Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan
Dazzling cityscapes await your exploration; visit Asakusa for the bright lights, street fairs and Senso-ji Temple; the Tsukiji Market, the largest open-air fish market in the world with on-the-spot sushi; and the Imperial Palace's East Garden for some calm. Spend the evening in the bright, active Ginza District, where the night comes alive.

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Terms & Conditions

*Terms and Conditions OLife Choice: Standard terms apply. View complete terms and conditions in addition: OLife Choice offer and fares are subject to change on 1st July 2019. OLife Choice amenities are per stateroom, based on double occupancy and subject to change. Free Internet is one per stateroom; Owner’s, Vista & Oceania Suites receive access for two devices per suite. OLife Choice free shore excursions vary by voyage and exclude Oceania Select, Oceania Exclusive, Executive Collection, Food & Wine Trails, Wellness and Culinary Discovery Tours. Voyages up to 9 days receive 4 free shore excursions; 10-13 days receive 6 free shore excursions; 14+ days receive 8 free shore excursions. If shore excursion amenity is selected, all excursions must be chosen at least 14 days prior to sailing. OLife Choice beverage package amenity is House Select. Guests in the same stateroom must choose the same OLife Choice amenity, and amenity must be chosen by final payment. Not all promotions are combinable.