We were attracted to this cruise because of the comprehensive itinerary that took us to Japan, Shanghai, Taiwan and Hong Kong in 14 days.
We had sailed on the larger S class ships before, but found the smaller Millennium equally as good, not lacking anything except a specialty restaurant similar to Murano.
The ship was in beautiful condition after its recent refurbishment. Our aft cabin had a huge balcony and the cabin itself was spacious. Our attendant Oliver, was perhaps the best we’ve had. There are plenty of quiet places on the ship to read or talk, a variety of bars ranging from the buzzy Martini Bar to the more sedate Cellarmasters or the in between Rendezvous.
Huge aft balcony with a wonderful view of the wake. Plenty of shade and very private. We loved this part of the ship.
Furnishings were in excellent condition, bathroom is small but functional. Ship supplied toiletries are in large containers that leave no room for your own in the shower.
Booked a tour to visit the volcano island Sakurajima which had a small eruption as we approached.
Surprised by the affluence of the city, variety of architecture and overall vibrancy.
Enjoyed Macau. As this was the end of the trip we would have preferred an overnight at another port. Most people were staying on in Hong Kong after the cruise anyway.