Asia Cruises

Cruises to Asia

On the Pacific Ocean, coastal Asia inspires a spectrum of adjectives: ancient, futuristic, sacred, industrial, peaceful, riotous, and breathtaking. A trip through East Asia usually includes port stops in the busy urban centers of China, Japan, and South Korea. Southeast Asia cruises, traditionally sailing between Singapore and Hong Kong, provide opportunities for ecotourism and beach time in Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

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  • Average Cruise Liner
    monchizcurls
    They just opened Manila as their new homeport. My previous cruise experience from a different cruise liner left me with a delightful experience so when Star Cruise advertised that they will be opening a new route MNL-LAO-Khaosiung-HK-MNL, we ... Read more
  • It was everything we hoped for.
    JimmyDee54
    Chose this cruise because we wanted a proper sailing adventure and did not want a large floating hotel, - and It was just fabulous ! We enjoyed every single minute of this voyage. Yes - the cabins are quite "cosy" , but they have ... Read more
  • PROS: Windjammer had the most amazing range of meals, only went to the Main Restaurant once, much more selection in Windjammer evidenced by the difficulty finding a table. Loved the pub and Promenade café, spent many hours in both. ... Read more
  • A very disappointing experience
    Tristar2017
    My wife and I returned yesterday from a cruise on The Mariner of the Seas, I feel I should write to you to tell you how dissappointed with the cruise we were. We have cruised with Royal Carribean before, and have never had cause for complaint, ... Read more
  • In fairness, I should say that this is the first time we've been on a cruise and I don't think cruising is for us. Having said that, this was pretty terrible by any standards. On the whole the staff were friendly, helpful and efficient: that ends ... Read more
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  • We chose this cruise for its ports of call and Royal Caribbean as we had a great experience on freedom of the seas in the Caribbean. I have to state that the staff onboard were as always first class and the cruise lines biggest asset though I ... Read more
  • Not the best trip ever!!
    Hales
    Mariner of the Seas is just too big for us, too many people, pushing and shoving at times to get to the buffet, even dining room had problems with mixed orders and warm food. Was it new staff perhaps still being trained? Always seemed to be ... Read more
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