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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  • Great and Disappointing!!!
    This cruise was put on offer as all inclusive and at an acceptable price, and it was visiting Asia. We found that the boarding setup, the staff, the cabin, the tours, the food and the ship in general was what one would expect. We were advised ... Read more
  • And Wonderful Weather
    We chose this cruise to end our first trip to China. Couple late 60s. We had 17 days on land and sightseeing prior to boarding in Shanghai. Perfect relaxing finish. The terminal was 30 min from the Bund area central Shanghai. Taxi about 20aud. ... Read more
  • North and South Islands of Japan
    park lover
    We wanted a cruise that involved no more than 10 hours flying from Australia, and Japan fitted the bill. We chose Princess Line because of a referral from other members of the family. Found embarkation / disembarkation went smoothly and well ... Read more
  • I like Cruising Princess
    We Boarded the Diamond Princess in Yokohama ( be aware that Yokohama is about an hour south of Tokyo). The Yokohama port is lovely however be aware that the boarding process is different and caused a bit of confusion for most of us as there is ... Read more
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  • Very Dissatisfied
    steves baby
    We chose this cruise for the destination reasons....However the food and entertainment were not changed at all from the first 8 days to the second 8 days...and the lack of attention to detail by staff meant that we missed out on 2 tours. Also ... Read more
  • To summarize: I would NOT go again. I did not even join the raffle to win a free cruise. There were just too many people on this ship, 99% Chinese. BUT I would still recommend this cruise, IF you are a mainland Chinese resident, used to long lines ... Read more