Bali & Beyond: Asian Adventure Cruise

Experience the undeniable beauty of Bali during a five night stay before embarking upon a seven night Asian adventure cruise.

Bali: A simple word that evokes a picture-perfect image of pure paradise and one of the most lusted after destinations in Indonesia.

Five nights in Bali gives you plenty of time to discover everything this tropical utopia has to offer. Kuta has golden sands, buzzing nightlife and plentiful shopping opportunities.

During your time here you could journey to Ubud, Bali’s spiritual and cultural heart. Surrounded by lush rainforest and rice paddy fields, pretty Hindu temples sit nestled within the verdant landscape and traditional dance is performed every night. While here you can visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, enjoy a traditional Balinese massage or get a feel for historic Bali at Goa Gajah.

Following your time in Bali you’ll fly to Singapore, where you’ll have a two night hotel stay to explore the scenery and stunning landmarks of one of Asia’s most dynamic cities before embarking your ship, the Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas. The ship boasts an array of fantastic facilities paired with exceptional evening entertainment and activities.

You’ll cruise from Singapore to Ho Chi Minh City, the chaotic capital of Vietnam where activity buzzes on every corner and French colonial buildings sit alongside skyscrapers and intricate Hindu and Buddhist temples. Next you’ll cruise to Bangkok where you’ll enjoy an overnight stay in port. If you’re a foodie, then you’ve come to the right place – food is more an obsession than a necessity here. Embrace the street food for a true taste of Thailand, the cuisine is a riot of colours, taste and smells. From here you’ll cruise back to Singapore where you’ll disembark for your flight home to the UK.

14 nights from
£1,399pp

  • 7 night full-board cruise on board Mariner of the Seas
  • 5 night hotel stay in Bali
  • 2 night hotel stay in Singapore
  • All flights

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