tokyo (Japan) to Hong Kong on Azamara-Quest

18 September 2019
Cruise Only for 16 nights

Second passenger cruises half price PLUS complimentary Wi-Fi!
Join Azamara Quest in Tokyo for this incredible voyage showcasing Japan, China and South Korea!

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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
0 - Wednesday 18 September Tokyo (Japan) 1700
Cruise ships arrive at the Harumi Passenger Terminal, where there are good views of Tokyo Bay, Rainbow Bridge and the futuristic skyline. Once in this lively city, the tourist attractions include the moated Imperial Palace, the mature gardens of Koishikawa Korakuen, and Asakusa, which is admired for its flavour of old Tokyo and the 7th-century Buddhist temple of Sensoji. The Ghibli Museum in Mitaka Forest has innovative displays of animation from the famous Studio Ghibli which created the film 'Princess Mononoke'.
1 - Thursday 19 September Osaka (Japan) 1900
With a population of over five million, Osaka is Japan's second-largest city and a thriving metropolis. The Umeda Sky Building has two towers joined by the Floating Garden Observatory on the 39th floor, and Minami is the neon-lit shopping and entertainment district. Osaka was once Japan's capital, and there are remnants of its historic past ' 16th-century Osaka Castle has been partially re-built and in its Nishinomaru Garden there are 600 cherry trees and a tea house.
2 - Friday 20 September Osaka (Japan) 2200
3 - Saturday 21 September Cruising The Inland Sea
3 - Saturday 21 September Takamatsu - Japan 0800 1700
4 - Sunday 22 September Hiroshima (Japan) 0800 1600
Now a city of broad avenues, Hiroshima was all but obliterated by the nuclear bomb dropped in 1945, and this human disaster is commemorated at the Peace Memorial, which is dedicated to the promotion of world peace. Places to visit include the re-built Hiroshima Castle, the miniature Shukkeien Garden and its tea houses, and the island of Mihajima, backed by wooded hills and famous for the huge red O-torii gate in the bay.
5 - Monday 23 September Busan (South Korea) 0800 2200
The large port of Busan is South Korea's main seaport and its capital, combining high-rise tower blocks with Buddhist temples and parkland. The city has the world's largest department store, Shinsegae, and the interesting Ja-Gal-Ch'i Fish Market, set up by female refugees from the Korean War. Temples include ancient Pulguk-sa and Beomeo-sa, and within reach is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Gyeong-ju, the old capital of the Silla Dynasty.
6 - Tuesday 24 September Yeosu - South Korea 0730 1300
7 - Wednesday 25 September At Sea
8 - Thursday 26 September Beijing (Tianjin, China) 0800
Tianjin is the port for Beijing and its many attractions. At the heart of Beijing is the Forbidden City, which is more than five centuries old and has 9,999 refurbished rooms. Around Tiananmen Square are Mao's Mausoleum, the ornate Heavenly Peace Gate and the Qianmen, or Front Gate. Visits can be made to the Great Wall of China and the Sacred Way ' leading to Ming Dynasty tombs - from Beijing.
9 - Friday 27 September Beijing (Tianjin, China) 1800
10 - Saturday 28 September Dalian - China 0800 1600
11 - Sunday 29 September At Sea
12 - Monday 30 September Shanghai (China) 0800
Shanghai port sits at the head of the Yangtze and Huangpu Rivers. To the south is Hangzhou Bay where a spectacular 20-mile-long bridge connects Shanghai to its offshore deep-water port. Shanghai has many attractions, including the shops along Nanjing Road, the Jade Buddha Temple, and the superb Ming Dynasty landscape of Jichang Garden. Art Deco and colonial buildings can be found in the waterfront Bund District, with views of the Pearl Oriental TV Tower.
13 - Tuesday 01 October Shanghai (China) 1800
14 - Wednesday 02 October At Sea
15 - Thursday 03 October At Sea
16 - Friday 04 October Hong Kong 0700
Hong Kong is one of the world's busiest ports. The cruise terminal in Victoria Harbour is within walking distance of markets and restaurants, set against a skyline of futuristic skyscrapers, and junks and sampans plying the harbour. Stanley Market sells a range of goods, and an historic tramway takes visitors up Victoria Peak for panoramic views. Dining in floating restaurants, shopping in Causeway Bay and visiting Man Mo Temple are popular Hong Kong experiences
Code Category Status Latest Price
12 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3587pp
11 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3677pp
10 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3757pp
09 Club Interior Stateroom AVAILABLE £3837pp
08 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £3997pp
06 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £4077pp
05 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £4157pp
04 Club Oceanview Stateroom AVAILABLE £4277pp
V3 Club Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £4647pp
V2 Club Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £4727pp
V1 Club Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £4807pp
VX Club Deluxe Veranda Stateroom AVAILABLE £5127pp
N2 Club Continent Suite AVAILABLE £5617pp
N1 Club Continent Suite AVAILABLE £5777pp
SP SP AVAILABLE £7960pp
CO Club Ocean Suite AVAILABLE £8600pp
CW Club World Owners Suite AVAILABLE £9830pp
Prices: £ price per person based on 2 people sharing.
Port Charges: £329pp; Latest Prices and Status are those supplied to us by the cruise lines, usually daily
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18 September 2019£3587pp