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Royal Caribbean Cruises to the Far East

Far East cruises are the perfect way to get a taste for one of the world’s most exotic regions, as you visit a number of colourful countries, cruising from one iconic port to the next and uncovering a mix of historic sites and modern architectural marvels. Available on selected sailings:

With Royal Caribbean, you’ll find an incredible choice of itineraries when it comes to Far East cruises, on which you’ll be able to explore such legendary cities as Shanghai, Hong Kong, Bangkok and Tokyo. Whether you choose to cruise on Mariner of the Seas or Voyager of the Seas, you will enjoy on-board facilities including a rock climbing wall, Broadway-style theatre and a range of speciality restaurants. At each port of call, with Royal Caribbean you can make the most of a massive choice of shore excursions too, so that you can tailor each day perfectly to your tastes.

A nine-night Hong Kong to Singapore voyage is the perfect way to explore some of the Far East’s most exciting ports. Your departure port just happens toboast one of the world’s finest skylines and it forms the perfect backdrop as you set sail for your first port of call, Kaohsiung in Taiwan, where you can observe a number of historic temples and pavilions. Your next port of call is Phu My, your gateway to Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh. There’s much to see on a tour of the city formerly Saigon or you could book an excursion to the spectacular World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat. Next stop Laem Chabang, your port of call for Thailand’s bustling capital Bangkok, where you can explore the city’s many historic sites, immerse yourself in the local culture or even enjoy a traditional Thai massage. Your voyage ends in Singapore, which is sure to astound you with its ultra-modern buildings and beautiful gardens.

On a seven-night voyage from Tianjin in China to Hong Kong, you’ll first call at Busan, South Korea’s second-largest city, where you can explore the area's rich Buddhist heritage or head to one of the city’s picturesque beaches. From there, you’ll spend three days exploring two of Japan’s most memorable coastal destinations; Nagasaki and Okinawa. In Nagasaki, you’ll have the option of visiting the intriguing Huis Ten Bosch a resort, built in the 17th century Dutch style, or embark tour of the local sights, including the Nagasaki Peace Park, built ten years after the atomic bomb dropped. You’ll end this cruise in by arriving early in Hong Kong, where you may have time to scale Victoria Peak and take in the amazing views across the city.

A six-night Korea and Nagoya cruise is a round-trip voyage from Japan’s dazzling neon wonderland, Tokyo, so you’ll have plenty of opportunity to explore the many spellbinding sights of this city before or after your cruise. As well as the South Korean port of Busan, you’ll call at Jeju, an area of stunning natural beauty. Your final port of call before returning to Tokyo is Nagoya, one of Japan’s busiest ports, where you’ll find both contemporary marvels and historic wonders as you explore its streets.




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