Who goes on Cruise Asia cruise ships?
Cruise Asia draws people of all ages (mostly 45 and older) who are looking for soft adventure, a great learning environment and offbeat experiences. Expect an international and eclectic mix of latter-day Indiana Joneses who can leave their cell phones and laptops behind for a week.
Do I have to dress up on a Cruise Asia cruise?
No. The main criteria for packing is comfort, but make sure to have something modest to wear for temple visits. The line's single ship has a laid-back atmosphere with no dress code.
Is everything free on Cruise Asia cruises?
No. All meals, basic beverages (coffee, tea and water), excursions and lectures are included in the fares. Extras include bar beverages, laundry, gratuities and occasional optional tours.
What are Cruise Asia’s most popular activities?
Passengers come on these cruises to get real-life immersion into the local countryside and culture. Excursions include visits to Khmer ruins and temples, waterfalls and hot springs, and remote villages to interact with the locals. A highlight is a trip to the bridge on the River Kwai.
Best for: Thrill-seeking travelers looking for soft adventure
Not for: Young families and non-adventurous types looking for a luxury or big-ship cruise experience