Quest, Vietnam & Thailand Intensive ex Hong Kong to Singapore



15 Night Cruise sailing from Hong Kong to Singapore aboard Azamara Quest.

15 Night Cruise sailing from Hong Kong to Singapore aboard Azamara Quest.

Enjoy the best of Southeast Asia with well-timed overnight stays. Sail through the otherworldly limestone karts and fishing villages of Halong Bay and step back in time to the ancient imperial city of Hue on the Perfume River. You’ll want to soak up some quality time on the long, beautiful beachfront of Nha Trang. Or maybe you’ll be enticed to visit whacky Vinpearl Land, the Disneyland of Vietnam. In Ho Chi Minh City you’ll dock within walking distance of the Rex Hotel with easy access to legendary nightlife. Love to shop? Bustling Ben Thanh Market is just one of many huge street markets selling everything under the sun.

Bangkok is its own unique experience, a city of temples, friendly people and non-stop action. You’ll have two overnights to sample Thai foods, see the incredible Grand Palace and giant gold Buddha at Wat Pho, and shop at colorful floating markets. Shop for gemstones and silk, and discover Thai-style nightlife from rooftop bars to buzzing Chinatown. You’ll even have time for a visit to the temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. After the bustle, relax on the white beaches of Ko Samui before arriving in Singapore.

Highlights of this cruise:

Hong Kong
Hong Kong is neon lights, endless shopping opportunities from street markets to high-end malls, and an unbelievably diverse array of skyscrapers, all designed with the essential input of the feng shui man. On Hong Kong Island they seem to sprout like weeds, built on landfill because of the lack of level real estate. Look down it all from The Peak, with spectacular views over the city, harbor, and mountains beyond. And do save time for a delicious Dim Sum breakfast or lunch, a mouthwatering selection of savory snacks served in bamboo baskets, and washed down with Chinese tea.

Da Nang (Hue & Hoi An), Vietnam
Hue was the seat of power of the Nguyen dynasty – feudal lords of much of Vietnam in the 17th to 19th centuries. Here they built a forbidden city, designed along the lines of the one in Beijing, with a fortified citadel and monumental entry gates. In contrast is the charming small town of Hoi An, its old quarter filled with two-story shop houses, their elaborately carved wooden facades and tile roofs reminders of a once flourishing international marketplace. Da Nang is also a take off point for visits to countryside villages, surrounded by the brilliant green of rice fields, and best reached by bicycle.

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
This city, still familiarly referred to as Saigon by many, has an infectious energy all its own. You can feel the buzz generated by the mass of motorbikes and scooters that have all but replaced the traditional cycle rickshaw called a cyclo, and in nightclubs with names like Apocalypse Now that don’t really get hopping until midnight. French colonial architecture mixes with modern and Asian influences, and many fine old houses have become trendy restaurants serving up fine Vietnamese cuisine. One or two of the colorful pagodas, heavy with the scent of incense burned to bring good fortune, and the huge Ben Thanh market, crammed with everything under the sun, are definitely worth a visit.

Klong Toey (Bangkok), Thailand
The Kingdom of Thailand is the only Southeast Asian nation never colonized by European powers; its very name means “land of the free.” In the bustling, modern capital of Bangkok traditional culture is ever apparent, in the smiles of its gracious people, the eye-catching Buddhist temples that seem to be around every corner, and life along the canals, where the pace is slower, and a vanishing lifestyle can be observed. Thai food is a not-to-be-missed delight, with tantalizing, multilayered tastes of sweet, salt, bitter, and spicy. And shop you must - for lovely arts and crafts, house wares, and vibrantly colored Thai silk.

Singapore, Singapore
Chinese, Malay and Indian traditions meld in this island-state at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. The site of the world's busiest port, Singapore offers the Mustafa Centre, a 24-hour mall and Sunte, the world's largest fountain. Play evening golf on lighted fairways; experience the nightlife on Mohamed Sultan Road; or relax at an outdoor spa. Be certain not to miss the savory seafood.

Pricing (per person)

  • All (12)
Quad Triple Twin Single

Z - Guarantee Club Interior Stateroom

AU$ 2,563 AU$ 2,780 AU$ 3,213 AU$ 6,112

Y - Guarantee Club Oceanview Stateroom

AU$ 2,913 AU$ 3,246 AU$ 3,913 AU$ 7,512

X - Balcony

AU$ 3,816 AU$ 4,448 AU$ 5,713 AU$ 10,445

08 - Club Oceaniew Stateroom (Obstructed)

AU$ 4,273 AU$ 5,078 AU$ 6,688 AU$ 8,281

06 - Club Oceaniew Stateroom

AU$ 4,343 AU$ 5,171 AU$ 6,828 AU$ 8,456

05 - Club Oceaniew Stateroom

AU$ 4,408 AU$ 5,258 AU$ 6,958 AU$ 8,619

V3 - Club Veranda Stateroom

AU$ 4,834 AU$ 5,825 AU$ 7,809 AU$ 9,682

V2 - Club Veranda Stateroom

AU$ 4,904 AU$ 5,919 AU$ 7,949 AU$ 9,857

W - Guarantee Suite

AU$ 6,794 AU$ 8,419 AU$ 11,669 AU$ 15,857

N2 - Club Continent Suite

AU$ 6,859 AU$ 8,525 AU$ 11,859 AU$ 14,745

N1 - Club Continent Suite

AU$ 6,994 AU$ 8,705 AU$ 12,129 AU$ 15,082

SP - Club Spa Suite

AU$ 8,524 AU$ 10,745 AU$ 15,189 AU$ 18,907

Please note, while prices and inclusions are accurate at time of loading they are subject to change due to changes in cruise line policies and pricing and due to currency fluctuations. Currency surcharges may apply. Please check details of price and inclusions at time of booking.

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