Australia and Southeast Asia are home to some of the world’s most vibrant cultures, richest heritages, and greatest areas of natural beauty. With everything from rapidly growing modern cities that bustle with life to endless stretches of near-empty white beaches, this area has so much to discover and explore.
That’s why we are thrilled to be able to offer you an amazing deal on cabins aboard the Sea Princess, for an exclusive Singapore to Perth Cruise, with exciting port days in Bali, Malaysia and Thailand. Travel around some of the world’s most beautiful countries in style, as you relax aboard a luxury cruise ship, sipping a drink and taking in the scenery.
With fascinating port day tours, overnight stays in exciting modern cities, and long days spent on idyllic paradise beaches, there is no better way to discover this special region than on this fantastic cruise. For as little as £1,799, you can spend three weeks discovering Asia and Australia on board a luxury cruise liner. Whether you are captivated by new cultures, moved by breath-taking natural beauty, or you simply love to relax on sandy beaches, this cruise has a wealth of unforgettable experiences just for you.
The trip begins with an enthralling tour of Singapore, featuring all the must-see attractions so you can be sure not to miss a thing. Over three and a half hours, you will be taken on a whirlwind adventure around all that Singapore has to offer. Explore the city by driving through the Civic District, passing by the Padang, the historic Parliament House, the imposing Supreme Court, and the beautiful City Hall. Stop off at the Merlion Park along the way, with its impressive views of Marina Bay. If you are lucky, you can snap a picture with the Merlion, a mythological creature that is part lion, part fish.
Next, you will visit the beautiful Thian Hock Keng Temple, which is one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist temples. Marvel at the gorgeous traditional southern Chinese architecture, with its splendid red and gold adornments that lend the temple its imposing presence. Contrasting the manmade beauty of the temple, the next stop is the enchanting National Orchid Garden, where 60,000 orchids jostle for your attention and admiration. Finally, visit Singapore’s Little India, where the air is rich with the scent of joss sticks, jasmine, and all kinds of fragrant spices.
At this point, you can either choose to go back to your hotel, or continue on to visit the Alive! Museum, an illusionary museum where the art comes to life. Immerse yourself in 3D painting and capture memorable pictures of yourself as the key focus in works of art. The tour includes coach transportation, an English-speaking guide, and visits to all the main attractions.
Phuket is the cruise’s next port of call, and this paradise island is the perfect place to relax after the hectic pace of Singapore. With its warm sea that reaches temperatures of 34°C, long white beaches, and lush tropical rainforests, it’s impossible to feel anything but total serenity on Phuket’s sunny shores. Whether you opt to swim and sunbathe on Kata Noi Beach, visit the iconic 45-metre-tall statue of Buddha, or hike up to Karon View Point for unparalleled panoramic views of the island, Phuket will be a trip to remember.
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Malaysia is a popular holiday destination and with its beautiful, jewel-like paradise islands floating in the azure ocean, it’s easy to see why. The cruise stops off at three of the most beautiful Malaysian islands: Langkawi, Penang, and Kuala Lumpur. Each island has the long sandy beaches, clear blue sea and lush greenery you would expect of Malaysia, but they all have their own unique identity for visitors to discover. Langkawi is a hive of adventure, with its soaring cable car, bustling markets and water sports. Penang has a wealth of heritage, with old buildings and temples waiting to be explored around every corner. Kuala Lumpur is Asia’s green capital, where monkeys climb trees against a backdrop of glistening skyscrapers.
Bali is another island on the cruise itinerary that lives up to its reputation as a quintessential tropical paradise. Known as the Island of the Gods, the island’s culture is deeply entrenched in spirituality, as can be seen by the temples that dot the entire island. Balinese culture has remained relatively untouched by tourism in some areas, and it is possible to discover some of the magical heritage of the island. Whether you want to discover the distinctive personality of the island, scuba dive around its stunning coral reefs, climb a volcano, or sunbathe on picture-perfect beaches, no one manages to visit Bali without falling in love with this beautiful island.
Perth is one of Australia’s most exciting cities, where glittering skyscrapers sit next to colonial architecture, and trendy neighbourhoods give way to the rolling ocean. Wander around one of the world’s largest city parks at King’s Park and the Perth Botanic Gardens, where bushland trails meet manicured gardens in an array of glorious greenery. Discover the distinctive personalities of the city’s diverse districts, from relaxed Subiaco to the fashionable, cutting-edge Northbridge. Learn more about the region at the Western Australian Museum, or meet the local wildlife at the Perth Zoo – there’s something for everyone in this charming Aussie city.
Full Cruise Details
Singapore to Perth, with Bali, Malaysia, and Thailand
Depart: 3 November 2017
Return: 20 November 2017
Ship: Sea Princess
Deal Reference Number: SEA1
Price: From £1,799
If you’d like to spend over two weeks exploring Australia and Southeast Asia on a luxurious holiday aboard the Singapore to Perth cruise, book with Cruise1st UK by calling 0808 231 3669 and quoting reference number: SEA1