Asia Cruises

Unchanged, homogeneous and harmonious

Asia is the world’s largest and most diverse continent and also home to some of the oldest civilizations. The vast area boasts a harmonious and homogeneous mix of distinctive cultures and histories, diverse landscapes, sacred temples and shrines, and unique wildlife. Unchanged in centuries, the beautiful rural landscapes, cities and villages provide a rich tapestry that effortlessly defines vibrant Asia.

The average all year round temperature is around 26°C, with minor variations. It’s rare that the temperature drops below 20°C. In the Mekong delta, the dry season runs from October to April. In Indonesia, you can expect tropical climate with humidity that is quite high. Due to the widest climatic extremes in the world, Asia produces the most varied forms of vegetation and has the most divergent wildlife. The indigenous peoples have also established the broadest variety of human adaptation on any continent.

On an Asia cruise you can explore expansive landscapes, vibrant cities, tranquil villages and ethnic life. Discover the stunning ancient palaces and sacred temples that date back centuries, and relax on sun kissed beaches that are dotted along the longest coastline in the world. The enormous diversity of the colourful continent is evident everywhere that you look.

Cruises in Asia

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$ 2,009.00
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$ 2,522.00
Board: Full Board
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$ 2,522.00
Board: Full Board
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$ 3,503.00
Board: Full Board
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$ 3,492.00
Board: Full Board
Asia Cruises, Unforgettable Cruises

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Previously known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City boasts impressive French colonial landmarks, elegant 19th century architecture and a pulsating vibe. The vibrant city streets are lined with market stalls selling traditional street food and typical souvenirs. The dynamic city that never sleeps flaunts history, culture and a unique atmosphere.

Asia Cruises, My Tho

My Tho, Vietnam

Situated in the Mekong Delta region of South Vietnam, My Tho is a bustling market town. The inland port was developed for agriculture in the 18th century, and is now known for its fruit, vegetable and coconut cultivation and production. The gateway to the Mekong Delta is also a centre of colourful activity.

Asia Cruises. Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap, Cambodia

The resort of Siem Reap sits on the threshold of many ancient ruins of Angkor. Amongst the impressive complex of intricate stone buildings is the majestic temple of Angkor Wat. The capital city of the Siem Reap province is nestled on the shores of the Tonle Sap River, and is a major tourist attraction.