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Fortuna, Singapore Thailand Malaysia ex Singapore Roundtrip

Ship: Costa Fortuna View ship details

Cruise Line: Costa Cruises

Selected Sailing Date: 12 Dec 2020

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Cruise Description

14 Night Cruise sailing roundtrip from Singapore onboard Costa Fortuna.

Costa Fortuna is a tribute to ocean liners of the past. Symbolically built in the legendary shipyards of Genova Sestri ponente, it is the sister of Costa Magica. Its motto is "first class" for the refinement of the furnishings and the elegance of its atmosphere.

Highlights of this cruise:

Singapore
The busy port of Singapore is one of the must-see destinations on our Costa Cruise in the Orient. A visit to the city will leave you fascinated.
Take advantage of this stop in the port of Singapore to discover the treasures of one of the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia. During your stay, you can explore the fascinating works in the Singapore City Gallery, enjoy the lush landscaping of the city’s Botanical Garden, sample the dim sum, delicious steamed snacks typical of the region, and take in the great view over the city.

Ko Samui
Ko Samui is an island off the east coast of the Kra Isthmus in Thailand, close to the mainland Surat Thani town. It is Thailand's third largest island, rich with natural resources, white sandy beaches, coral reefs and coconut trees.

Ko Samui is all in all a fairly big island. The most popular and commercial beaches are Chaweng and Lamai, while the northern beaches and their adjacent villages of Mae Nam, Bophut, Bang Rak (Big Buddha) and Choeng Mon are more peaceful choices, and the west coast beaches are still (comparatively) quiet.

Bangkok
Laem Chabang is a city (thesaban nakhon) in Chonburi Province, Thailand. It is home to Thailand's largest port by the same name, about 25 kilometres north of Pattaya, and south of the city Chon Buri. It serves as a gateway to nearby Pattaya and further out, Bangkok.

Bangkok is divided into 50 districts and 154 subdistricts. In central Bangkok is the Siam Square district, a modern commercial area full of shopping malls and hotels. Sukhumvit is an exlusive district, while Silom is a primary party area by night. In Rattanakosin visitors will find ‘Old Bangkok”, home to Bangkok’s best known sights such as the Grand Palace and Wat Pho.

Sihanoukville
Sihanoukville, besides being a famous port in Cambodia, is becoming one of the major tourist centres of the country.
When you think of Cambodia, you imagine stone temples surrounded by forest, and Sihanoukville offers different views of beaches, palm trees and modern resorts, and is also the right place for exploring the famous islands in the Gulf of Thailand. The city retains a dual personality: the slightly shady port of call, and the trendier spots influenced by the recent development in tourism. The islands are easily accessible by boat, practically uninhabited and covered with virgin forest, but the construction of resorts, guesthouses and bathing facilities is progressing very rapidly.

Phuket
Phuket is Thailand’s largest island located in Southern Thailand, on the west-facing Andaman sea coastline. It is one of Thailand’s most popular holiday destinations, with beautiful beaches, coves and bays.

One of the most popular tourist areas on Phuket is Patong Beach on the central western coast, perhaps owing to the easy access to its wide and long beach. Most of Phuket's nightlife and its cheap shopping is located in Patong, and the area has become increasingly developed. Other popular beaches are located south of Patong. In a counterclockwise direction these include Karon Beach, Kata Beach, Kata Noi Beach, and around the southern tip of the island, Nai Harn Beach and Rawai. To the north of Patong are Kamala Beach, Surin Beach and Bang Tao Beach.

There are many islands to the southeast, including Bon Island, just a short boat trip away. There are several coral islands to the south of Phuket, the Similan Islands lie to the north west, and Phi Phi Islands to the south east. Islanders engage in a lively tourist trade, catering to snorkellers and scuba divers.

Penang
Penang is an island off the northern part of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is also the name of the Malaysian state which is made up of Penang Island and the facing strip of territory on the mainland called Seberang Perai (formerly Province Wellesley).

Penang is one of Malaysia's main tourist draws with its rich multicultural history, full of colonial and Chinese influences. Its beaches are beautiful and there is a profusion of sites of worship of all different faiths.

Georgetown, the capital of Penang, is a favourite spot for tourists as it has lots of pre-war houses and is also one of the favourite spot for the locals as most of Penang's pubs are located there. Another favourite spot for both locals and tourists is Batu Ferringhi, located on the north coast, with white sandy beaches, luxurious hotels and restaurants.