Enjoy the Southeast Asia experience onboard the Azamara Quest, stopping by at Angkor Wat and Halong Bay, with a round of shopping in Bangkok at the end of your trip.

first_imgA cruise is a cruise is a cruise, did we hear you say? Not aboard the Azamara Quest. This one takes you to locations such as Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong, and lets you explore ancient temples, vibrant modern cities, and lots of on-shore entertainment.From Singapore, one can sail to the aquamarine waters and white sand beaches of Ko Samui for a jungle safari or elephant trekking. You’ll dock at Bangkok’s doorstep, with two and a half days for an optional visit to Angkor Wat, floating markets, royal temples, gemstone and silk shops, and nightlife. Sail the Saigon River to Ho Chi Minh City, where you can walk to the famous Rex Hotel, then tour the fascinating Cu Chi tunnels or Mekong Delta villages the next day.Check out the 15-decker Mariner of the Seas, Asia’s largest cruise ship, here. In Da Nang, visit the ancient Hue on the Perfume River or the 16th century trading village of Hoi An. Take a junk ride among the hauntingly beautiful karsts and caves of Halong Bay, with a second day for Hanoi’s temples, French colonial boulevards, and lively old quarter shops. Your voyage ends in Hong Kong, perfect for some shopping!Azamara Quest sets sail on November 18 (till December 2). Ports of call include Singapore, Ko Samui and Klong Toey in Thailand, Ho Chi Minh City and Halong Bay in Vietnam, and Hong Kong. Starting at USD 4,349 per person (based on double occupancy), the package highlights include bespoke cultural entertainment, all meals, selected red and white wines, soft  drinks, and some city tours. Cruise fare does not include shore excursions, casino gaming, photographs, telephone calls or Internet, on-board shopping, etc. For more details, visit: Tirun.comadvertisementlast_img read more