ASIA CRUISES

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During your cruise to Asia, you’ll walk in the footsteps of emperors as you explore the palaces and temples they commissioned, and marvel at engineering feats from grand canals to immense fortifications. When you visit some of the world's most exciting cities, you’ll be quickly and joyfully immersed in the buzz of cosmopolitan energy. Sample amazing new flavors in the street markets of Bangkok, trace the vestiges of colonial Britain among the modern shopping lanes of Hong Kong and stroll the serene, otherworldly gardens of Kyoto. Whichever ports you visit across this vast continent, you’ll never cease to be enchanted by the fascinating histories, cultures and landscapes you encounter. 

Asia & Pacific Cruises

During your cruise to Asia, you’ll walk in the footsteps of emperors as you explore the palaces they commissioned, and marvel at engineering feats from grand canals to immense fortifications.Sample amazing new flavors in the street markets of Bangkok, trace the vestiges of colonial Britain among the modern shopping lanes of Hong Kong and stroll the serene, otherworldly gardens of Kyoto. Whichever ports you visit across this vast continent, you’ll never cease to be enchanted by the fascinating histories, cultures and landscapes you encounter.

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Hong Kong, China

Among the world's most glamorous and cosmopolitan cities, Hong Kong sits on the southern coast of China at the Pearl River estuary of the South China Sea. It comprises Hong Kong Island, where the Central Business District and most affluent areas and attractions are, and, on the mainland, Kowloon and the New Territories. Hong Kong is a regional and global hub for banking, shipping, fashion and food, boasting more than 60 Michelin-starred restaurants. Its five-star hotels are among the most elegant to be found anywhere; many are set in the towering skyscrapers that carpet Hong Kong Island's steep slopes and light up its skyline so beautifully.

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Shanghai, China

Shanghai is one of Asia’s most dynamic cities, and one of juxtapositions. It’s divided in two by the Huangpu River—to the west is Puxi and to the east Pudong. Puxi is the city’s downtown and its historic center; it’s here that much of the shopping, dining and nightlife is concentrated. Shanghai has more than 30,000 restaurants, from humble soup dumpling spots to formal affairs helmed by Michelin-starred chefs. Its museums, particularly the Shanghai Museum with its 120,000-strong collection of antiquities, are equally impressive. Pudong is where the city’s major skyscrapers stand, among them the Jin Mao and Oriental Pearl towers.

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Laem Chabang (Bangkok), Thailand

Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia never to have been colonized by a European power. Its capital, Bangkok, reflects the country's unique status. It has embraced modernity on its own terms. Buddhist temples and gilded palaces coexist with the bustle of one of Asia's major metropolises. The contrast between the golden glow of sunrise along the Chao Phraya River and the neon lights of downtown can feel intoxicating. There are few places where you can spend the morning visiting a centuries-old stupa, have lunch at a Michelin-starred restaurant and then shop for exquisite silk garments.
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Singapore

City-states are rare in the present day—and none are quite like Singapore. In the 20th century, the Southeast Asian nation hurtled itself into the modern world, and it continues to expand its state-of-the-art transportation system and build its edgy skyline. Yet Singapore's urban plan wisely maintained its intimate neighborhoods, many with streets lined with colorful shophouses (a type of building unique to parts of Asia, with businesses located on their ground floors and residences above). Add the city’s mix of ethnic groups—mainly Malays, Chinese and Indians—and you get a vibrant cultural scene that attracts a cosmopolitan, international community.

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Yokohama (Tokyo), Japan

In 1853, American naval officer Matthew Perry demanded Japan open to foreign trade, and Yokohama was changed forever. The city emerged as an international trading center, and while today it is often overshadowed by Tokyo, it continues to be one of Japan’s liveliest, and most cosmopolitan, destinations. With its microbreweries and international restaurants, Yokohama has a decidedly different feel from many other Japanese cities. From Yokohama, it’s a quick trip to peaceful Kamakura, home to a huge bronze Buddha, and to the important Shinto shrine Tsurugaoka Hachimangu. Head to Hakone National Park on a clear day for views of majestic Mt. Fuji. 

Asia & Pacific Featured Excursions

Asia & Pacific Featured Offers

A study in contrasts, Asia balances ancient glory and leading-edge innovation in a region that encompasses a rich mélange of cultures. Take a closer look at cosmopolitan Hong Kong, including the city’s must-see museums, parks and cultural centers. Explore Edo-era architectural treasures in Tokyo. Discover China’s iconic Terra Cotta Warriors, a day trip from Shanghai. Learn what breathtaking sights await on a cruise of Vietnam’s Halong Harbor. And get a preview of Indonesia’s Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.