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Cruise the South China Sea

15 days fr £4,750pp

Singapore • Ko Samui, Thailand • Muara, Brunei • Nha Trang, Vietnam • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam • Bangkok • Kota Kinabalu, Borneo • Kuching, Malaysia

Save £500pp plus two nights in Singapore · 16 nights fr £5,549 pp (Including flights)

Embark on a luxury all-inclusive cruise of south-east Asia and take the enlightened passage aboard the incredible Seven Seas Voyager. Enjoy unlimited shore excursions on every stop as you behold the best of Borneo, Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore, with complimentary drinks and dining in four gourmet restaurants to add a touch of class.

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16 nights fr £5,549pp (including flights) Valid 04/12/2019 - 04/12/2019

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  • H (Deluxe Suite) fr £4,750pp
Validity (selected dates between):
  • 06/12/2019 - 22/12/2019
Also included:
  • All-Inclusive Cruise
  • FREE Unlimited WiFi
  • FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities
Not included:
  • International Flights (unless otherwise stated)
  • International Flights
Setting out from the lively metropolis of Singapore, this 14-night cruise is a wonderful way to explore the fascinating culture and beautiful landscapes of South-East Asia. You’ll stop along the way at destinations including Bangkok, Ko Samui and Ho Chi Minh City, with a wide range of excursions and tours available at each stop to suit everyone from history buffs to foodies to shopaholics. You’ll travel in style on Seven Seas Voyager, which boasts excellent cuisine and a wide range of activities and entertainment, as well as comfortable and luxurious suites.
Day 1
Your cruise begins in vibrant Singapore. Before you board, you may like to explore with a trishaw ride through Chinatown, the Arab Quarter or Little India, browse the shops on Orchard Road or perhaps sip a Singapore Sling at Raffles Hotel.
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Day 2
Cruising the Gulf of Thailand
A full day at sea is a perfect chance to unwind and explore all the leisure facilities Seven Seas Voyager has to offer. You could take a refreshing dip in the pool, or relax on the poolside deck, while, if you need a little extra help to unwind, Canyon Ranch Spa is a tranquil hideaway where you can enjoy a massage or beauty treatment.
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Day 3
Ko Samui, Thailand
Today’s destination is Koh Samui, Thailand's third-largest island, famed for its natural beauty. Some of the activities on offer today include a wellness discovery tour, in which you can practise yoga at a tranquil coconut plantation, and a cookery class, which includes shopping for ingredients at a local market. You could also take a tour of the island, or relax on the beach.
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Day 4
Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand
Today you’ll arrive at the Thai capital, where you’ll spend two days. You may like to take a city tour, either on foot, by bus or by private car, to take in some of the spectacular temples and the famously opulent Grand Palace.
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Day 5
Bangkok (Laem Chabang), Thailand
A second day in Bangkok gives you another chance to explore. You may like to take a leisurely boat trip through the city's canals, or perhaps join an excursion to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ayutthaya, the kingdom's capital until the 18th-century.
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Day 6
Cruising the South China Sea
After all the excitement of Bangkok, today you have another full day of relaxed cruising. You may like to browse the onboard duty-free boutiques, take in an enrichment lecture or perhaps spend some time curled up with a good book in the library.
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Day 7
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Today you arrive in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam's largest and most famous city. As always, you have a choice of city tours, or you might decide to enjoy a food tasting, a trip to the city’s orchards or a boat ride on the Mekong River.
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Day 8
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
You’ll spend this morning continuing your exploration of Ho Chi Minh City. Once again, you can choose to explore under your own steam, take one of a selection of tours, or join in with experiences such as a class teaching the traditional fine art of making vegetable garnishes.
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Day 9
Nha Trang, Vietnam
Today you’ll visit Nha Trang, in Vietnam's southern Champa Kingdom, along the Song Cai River. Here you can learn more about the local history, and perhaps visit some of the ancient Cham Towers.
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Day 10
Cruising the South China Sea
Another relaxing day today, on board Seven Seas Voyager. As the sun sets, you may like to try your luck in the casino, or visit the onboard theatre, where the entertainment includes musical revues, cabaret shows and Cirque-style productions.
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Day 11
Kota Kinabalu (Borneo), Malaysia
You’ll visit bustling, ethnically diverse Borneo today, where you’ll have the chance to visit the spectacular gold-domed mosque, the Heritage Village and the lush Kinabalu Park, known for its garden of rare orchids, as well as to relax on the glorious beaches.
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Day 12
Muara, Brunei
Today’s destination is Brunei’s capital, Muara, known for its vibrant markets, fascinating museums and unspoiled nature, as well as for landmarks including the Sultan’s lavish residence, the largest palace in the world.
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Day 13
Kuching, Malaysia
Today you’ll visit Kuching, capital of the Malaysian state of Sarawak, known for its cultural diversity and old colonial buildings. While you’re here, you may like to join an excursion to Semenggoh Wildlife Center, or to visit a traditional local village.
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Day 14
Cruising the South China Sea
Your final full day at sea gives you a last chance to make the most of everything Seven Seas Voyager has to offer. Today, as throughout your cruise, you’ll be able to enjoy the delicious dining on offer at the flagship restaurant, Compass Rose, which serves European-inspired cuisine in a refined atmosphere. There’s also a pizzeria, a poolside grill and a steakhouse, as well as Italian and French restaurants.
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Day 15
Your cruise comes to an end today as you arrive back in Singapore.
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