Bali (Indonesia) to Hong Kong on Seven-Seas-Voyager

12 February 2020
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This luxury voyage from Bali on Seven Seas Voyager visits the stunning beaches of Thailand and revered temples and pagodas of Vietnam and Cambodia!

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Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1 - Wednesday 12 February Bali (Indonesia) 1800
The resort island of Bali has two main ports, Benoa and Pedang Bay, both in the south. North of Pedang Bay is the Blue Lagoon, a reef rich in marine life, and both ports are close to the sandy beaches for which Bali is famous. Inland are paddy fields, rain forests and volcanoes. Sights include the murals at Kerta Gosa Courthouse and 13th-century Kehen Temple in Pedang.
2 - Thursday 13 February Cruising The Java Sea
3 - Friday 14 February Java (Semarang, Indonesia) 0700 1700
The island of Java is the administrative and economic heart of Indonesia. In the northern port of Semarang is Sam Po Kong temple, built during the Ming Dynasty, and beyond, the World Heritage Site of Borobudur, one of the finest Buddhist temples in the world. Shoppers will find a wide variety of crafts and antiques in Jakarta. The rural scenery is dominated by a string of volcanoes, beaches and tropical islands off the north coast.
4 - Saturday 15 February Cruising The South China Sea
5 - Sunday 16 February Singapore 0900 2000
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.
6 - Monday 17 February Cruising The South China Sea
7 - Tuesday 18 February Ko Samui 0800 1700
8 - Wednesday 19 February Bangkok (Laem Chabang, Thailand) 0800
Cruise ships visiting Bangkok usually arrive at the port of Laem Chabang. Bangkok is a large metropolis combining old and new; temples, palaces and commercial buildings. Among the key sights are the Temple of the Golden Buddha and the striking, Siamese architecture of the Royal Chapel of the Emerald Buddha which sits in the grounds of the Royal Palace. Getting around by tuk-tuk is a popular way to see the sights.
10 - Friday 21 February Sihanoukville (Cambodia) 0900 2000
The port town of Sihanoukville is an attractive beach resort on the Gulf of Thailand. There are watersports on offer along the beaches, where there are thatched beach umbrellas and seaside cafes. Sihanoukville has several temples in leafy surroundings, including the lovely hillside Wat Leu and its carved white elephant. In the Downtown area are markets, bars and cafes.
11 - Saturday 22 February Cruising The South China Sea
12 - Sunday 23 February Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) 0800
Large cruise ships reach Ho Chi Minh City via the Saigon River and berth in the port of Phu My, whilst smaller vessels can approach along the Mekong Delta. Formerly Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City has many places of interest, including the Cu Chi Tunnels which hid the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War; Reunification Hall, once the Presidential Palace, and the temples and Pagodas of the Cholon Chinatown district.
13 - Monday 24 February Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) 1500
14 - Tuesday 25 February Nha Trang (Vietnam) 1100 2000
Nha Trang is an international tourist resort set in a beautiful bay. More lively and urban in character than other Vietnam beach destinations, it is the scuba diving centre of Vietnam. Local artwork can be found on Doc Lop Street and to visit the beaches of Hon Tre Island, take the hi-level Vinpearl Cable Car. Po Nagar Cham Towers are an elaborate series of 8th-century towers and temples on Cu Lao Mountain.
15 - Wednesday 26 February Hue (Vietnam) 1400
The World Heritage Site of Hue can be visited from Chan May or Da Nang. This exquisite city was once Vietnam's capital, built beside the Perfume River in the early 19th century, and contains a Forbidden City, pagodas, tombs, palaces, temples and lakes. It was described by the Director General of UNESCO in 1981 as 'a masterpiece of urban poetry', whose treasures include the six-tiered Thien Mu Pagoda, the Citadel and the Emperor's Tomb.
16 - Thursday 27 February Hue (Vietnam) 1800
17 - Friday 28 February Cruising The South China Sea
18 - Saturday 29 February Hong Kong 0800
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
H Deluxe Veranda Suite GUARANTEE £9199pp
G Deluxe Veranda Suite AVAILABLE £9569pp
F Deluxe Veranda Suite AVAILABLE £9939pp
E Concierge Suite AVAILABLE £10389pp
D Concierge Suite AVAILABLE £10759pp
C Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £11209pp
B Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £11589pp
A Penthouse Suite AVAILABLE £11959pp
SS Seven Seas Suite AVAILABLE £15539pp
VS Voyager Suite AVAILABLE £18149pp
GS Grand Suite AVAILABLE £21879pp
MS Master Suite AVAILABLE £24869pp
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12 February 2020£9199pp