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Azamara Quest Review

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Celebrity cruiser tries Azamara

Review for Azamara Quest to Asia
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Tony UK
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2015
Cabin: Club Continent Suite

Our first Azamara started brilliantly when we were offered the pay for upgrade to a suite from a veranda on the basis of our captains club / LCV status. WOW, we expected a real step up from everything we experienced on Celebrity.

We had a wonderful time on this cruise Dubai to Singapore. The ports of call were all fascinating and exiting to visit. On the ship some things were Azamazing others a little less so.


Cabin Review

Club Continent Suite

Cabin N1

Spotlessly clean and service excellent. Suite is old fashioned though. Bathroom is dark and toiletries should I think be a known brand in a suite. The bath was very high sided and not suitable for the less agile. Balcony is small no recliner chairs or footstools. Nice for dinner and a sundowner but not for catching the rays comfortably. Lots of wardrobe space. Telephone not bedside so inconvenient leap out of bed to answer phone for breakfast room service!

Port Reviews


Super modern. Easy to get around by MRT. Get a gold pass which isn't expensive to travel in front carriage. Visit Dubai museum, try an abra across the creek, visit the souks and malls. Just so much to see and do

Mumbai (Bombay)

We had a private tour in Mumbai to see the top 20 with the wonderful Pranav. We felt safe had a wonderful day saw so much. Mumbai is a city of many contrasts but it is chaotic and completely exhilarating. We ate out and the food was amazing. No one suffered any after effects!

Kochi (Cochin)

Kerala was very interesting. Went on a private tour with Muzahrin tours. Went on a boat trip, walked through markets selling just about everything, saw Basilicas and Synagogues. A fascinating day.

Kelang (Kuala Lumpur)

I had no idea what to expect, and found KL to be a modern vibrant city with lots to see and do. We had organised a driver who took us to the Batu caves and then to all the city landmarks. A great day


Our ship docked at the old cruise port at Sentosa. We have visited Singapore many times before so we had a relaxing day using the cable cars to visit Sentosa. Easy and inexpensive. omething for everyone here and a great contrast to the rest of our trip.

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