Asia Cruises

Cruises to Asia

On the Pacific Ocean, coastal Asia inspires a spectrum of adjectives: ancient, futuristic, sacred, industrial, peaceful, riotous, and breathtaking. A trip through East Asia usually includes port stops in the busy urban centers of China, Japan, and South Korea. Southeast Asia cruises, traditionally sailing between Singapore and Hong Kong, provide opportunities for ecotourism and beach time in Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

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  • Nice ship, mediocre food
    Pros : The ship is relatively new. Booked a inside state room 12709. All other categories were sold out as was booking just one week before sailing. First time in a inside stateroom, previous cruises were always balcony or higher. The room ... Read more
  • We booked this cruise for our 25th wedding anniversary and all in all it was a wonderful trip, a trip of a lifetime. We saw so many beautiful and wonderful places, and met many wonderful people. Our Regent experience was, with a few notable ... Read more
  • Average Cruise Liner
    They just opened Manila as their new homeport. My previous cruise experience from a different cruise liner left me with a delightful experience so when Star Cruise advertised that they will be opening a new route MNL-LAO-Khaosiung-HK-MNL, we ... Read more
  • Japan
    We chose this cruise because of Ports of Call and time of year, and the smaller type of vessel. We were pleased with the choice of the Ports of Call but overall were disappointed in the Quality of the Cruise in a few facets. This is an expensive ... Read more
  • It was everything we hoped for.
    Chose this cruise because we wanted a proper sailing adventure and did not want a large floating hotel, - and It was just fabulous ! We enjoyed every single minute of this voyage. Yes - the cabins are quite "cosy" , but they have ... Read more
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  • Mariner Singapore to Shanghai
    The price was really good for a family with young kids to travel with great stops - Singapore - Vietnam - Hong kong, Okinawa and Shanghai. The ports were good however pretty fair out for the average traveller (one port being 2 hours one way to ... Read more
  • PROS: Windjammer had the most amazing range of meals, only went to the Main Restaurant once, much more selection in Windjammer evidenced by the difficulty finding a table. Loved the pub and Promenade café, spent many hours in both. ... Read more
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