The itinerary was the main driver for selecting this cruise. Myanmar has been on my bucket list for a while. Going there as part of a cruise was an easy way to get a peek at the country. Three days in port with Azamara allowed for a more in depth visit.
Azamara has always been our favourite cruise line. The smaller ships allow for closer access to ports and a higher staff to guest ratio. It has a very homey feel to it. When you return from port, you are greeted with "welcome home". The crew greets you by name.
We have always traveled in a stateroom with a balcony. There is enough room to move around and plenty of storage space. The shower is a tad small, but that is to be expected on a ship.
Veranda cabin. Club Veranda Staterooms feature two lower beds convertible to a queen-size bed, sitting area with sofa, flat-screen television, and refrigerator with mini-bar. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors lead to the balcony.
The layout met our needs. There was plenty of storage space.
Safe, lots of interesting things to see - Gardens By The Bay, Merlion, Chinatown, Little India
Took a ship tour which gave us a good overview of the area and the people.
Easy to see on your own. Lots of cool street art. We picked up a map and found most of the art.
Very cool. Lots of stairs up to the caves. Watch out for the monkeys. The temple at the bottom is quite interesting as well.