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On our cruises to Thailand and Vietnam, you’ll witness some of the most breathtaking scenery on the planet and experience Southeast Asia’s liveliest cities. Immerse yourself in local culture with visits to any of the region’s dazzling temples and palaces. Taste authentic local flavors at Ho Chi Minh City’s markets and eateries. Marvel at the towering limestone islands in Halong Bay.
On a Southeast Asia cruise, you’ll experience everything that makes this part of the world such a much-loved destination. Some itineraries even include an overnight stay in certain cities so you have even more time to explore.
The City of Lights is home to stunning temples, centuries of fascinating history, world-class cuisine, and amazing shopping opportunities. Take the Victoria Park tram for spectacular views of the iconic skyline. Head to Macau on a turbojet vessel to explore Baroque churches, museums, skyscrapers, and shrines at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marvel at the world’s tallest outdoor Buddha—over 100 feet tall—at the Po Lin Monastery. Or, simply explore Hong Kong’s attractions at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off tour bus.
A unique island city/state, Singapore is a futuristic, high-energy destination. It proudly prioritizes its green spaces which you can experience at the modern Gardens by the Bay or the breathtaking Singapore Botanic Gardens. Dine at top-notch restaurants that line the Singapore River which runs through the center of the city. Journey to the top of Mount Faber for some out-of-this-world views of Singapore.
Halong Bay is a highlight of any cruise to Thailand and Vietnam, with its emerald coves and dramatic limestone peaks. Get up close and personal via kayak or boat tour, or go on a guided hike through Cat Ba National Park. Travel inland to the capital city that hums with the energy. Roam the Old Quarter and the city’s huge market to pick up souvenirs, or visit the National Museum of Vietnam History. An overnight stay here lets you experience even more of the city.
The City of Angels is home to astounding Buddhist temples, lively markets full of bargains, museums, and rooftop bars with incredible views. Stop at a local food stand for a true taste of Thailand. Experience Bangkok’s history at the National Museum, or visit the Grand Palace in the heart of the city to see where royalty used to live. Some itineraries feature an overnight stay, so you can experience its robust nightlife.
Formerly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City offers visitors incredible food, a rich history, and an abundance of wonderful photo ops. Visit Chinatown and get a taste of some of the best banh mi sandwiches around. Tour the fascinating Reunification Palace where the Vietnam War ended when a tank drove through the palace gates. Don’t miss the Cu Chi tunnels, a massive network that was used by citizens to escape harm during times of strife.