Dubai (UAE) to Singapore on Azamara Quest

7 November 2018
Cruise Only for 19 nights

50% off second guest PLUS free Wi-Fi with Club Oceanview cabins and above!
Join Azamara Quest in Dubai and discover the sights of Sri Lanka, Burma and Thailand!

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Azamara Quest

Day Date Port Arrive Depart
0 - Wednesday 07 November Dubai (Uae) 1800
Cruise ships arrive in Dubai's well-designed and equipped cruise terminal, which has a Business Centre providing free internet access, and a taxi rank. Dubai's dramatic skyline now includes the world's highest skyscraper, the 2717-foot Burj Khalifa. Popular visits in Dubai are its numerous shopping malls, gold and spice souks, the narrow streets of Al-Bastakia and the Creek's cargo-laden dhows, Jumeirah Mosque and 4 x 4 safaris in the desert dunes.
1 - Thursday 08 November Khor Al Fakkan - U.A.E. 0800 1600
2 - Friday 09 November At Sea
3 - Saturday 10 November At Sea
4 - Sunday 11 November Mumbai 0800 1900
This is the largest port in Western India, noted for its financial centre and Bollywood, the world's largest film production centre. Mumbai's most famous symbols are the Gateway to India, a grand arch, and the nearby Taj Mahal Palace Hotel. British influences can be seen in the stained glass and sculptures of Victoria Rail Terminus, a World Heritage Site. Mumbai is a pleasantly chaotic city packed full of bazaars, roadside stalls, traffic and some of India's best restaurants.
5 - Monday 12 November At Sea
6 - Tuesday 13 November Cochin (India) 0800 1700
The Keralan city of Cochin is well known for the 20-metre long Chinese fishing nets used at Fort Koch and for St Francis church which is the burial place of Vasco da Gama. Just outside Cochin and accessible by taxi or rickshaw is Mattancherry Palace, where the upper floor was once used for the coronation of Cochin's Rajas. The building's walls are decorated with murals illustrating scenes from Hindu mythology. Performances of the local Kathakali dance are regularly held in the town's cultural centre.
7 - Wednesday 14 November Colombo (Sri Lanka) 1300 2200
Colombo is the economic and cultural heart of Sri Lanka, and has been an important trading post for centuries. The port area was settled by Arabs in the 8th century since when many other civilizations have come and gone. The Pettah Market area has some interesting buildings, including the candy-striped Jami-ul Alfar Mosque and the Khan Clock Tower. Many Muslim traders specializing in gold and jewellery sell their wares here.
8 - Thursday 15 November Hambantota - Sri Lanka 0800 1800
9 - Friday 16 November At Sea
10 - Saturday 17 November At Sea
11 - Sunday 18 November At Sea
12 - Monday 19 November Yangon (Burma) 0800
Yangon was founded in the 11th-century as a fishing village and transformed into a major hub during the colonial era. Today, it is the largest city in Myanmar and home to the famous Shwedagon Pagoda, a spectacular Buddhist temple and the most important religious site in the country.
13 - Tuesday 20 November Yangon (Burma)
14 - Wednesday 21 November Yangon (Burma) 1800
15 - Thursday 22 November At Sea
16 - Friday 23 November Phuket (Thailand) 0900 1800
Phuket is Thailand's largest island, connected to the mainland by a bridge. It's noted for its beaches, bars, restaurants, spas, exotic markets, boutiques and nightlife. The last remaining parcel of virgin rain forest in Thailand is in Khao Phra National Park. There are several Buddhist temples, including Chalong Wat and its Grand Pagoda and among the many lovely beaches is Phang-Nga Bay which is spectacularly dotted with limestone karsts.
17 - Saturday 24 November Georgetown - Penang - Malaysia 0800 1800
18 - Sunday 25 November Port Klang - Malaysia 0730 1730
19 - Monday 26 November Singapore 0700
The large cruise and container port of Singapore is a fifteen-minute taxi drive away from the city centre. The old district of this ex-colonial city has a British flavour, as exemplified by the famous Raffles Hotel. There are plenty of other attractions, including the shopping district of Orchard Road, the ornate buildings of Chinatown, the Chinese garden and its pagodas, the richly-decorated Sri Mariamman temple and the Botanical Gardens.
Code Category Status Latest Price
12 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3047pp
11 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3110pp
10 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3173pp
09 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3236pp
08 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £3426pp
06 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £3481pp
05 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £3544pp
04 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £3639pp
12 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3860pp
11 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3940pp
10 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £4020pp
09 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £4100pp
08 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £4340pp
V3 Club Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £4357pp
06 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £4410pp
V2 Club Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £4421pp
V1 Club Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £4484pp
05 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £4490pp
04 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £4610pp
VX Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £4736pp
N2 Club Continent Suite AVAILABLE £5234pp
N1 Club Continent Suite AVAILABLE £5360pp
V3 Club Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £5520pp
V2 Club Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £5600pp
V1 Club Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £5680pp
SP SP AVAILABLE £5861pp
VX Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £6000pp
CO Club Ocean Suite AVAILABLE £6311pp
CW Club World Owners Suite AVAILABLE £6547pp
N2 Club Continent Suite AVAILABLE £6630pp
N1 Club Continent Suite AVAILABLE £6790pp
SP SP AVAILABLE £7424pp
CO Club Ocean Suite AVAILABLE £7994pp
CW Club World Owners Suite AVAILABLE £8294pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
Port Charges: £189pp; Latest Prices and Status are those supplied to us by the cruise lines, usually daily
Departure Date Price From
7 November 2018£3047pp