Sacred Lands Of The East

24 March - 22 April 2018

Duration

29 Nights

Journey Type

Sailing from Indonesia

Ports

15 Ports

24 March

Setting sail from Bali

It's no surprise to us that Bali remains Indonesia's most popular tourist destination; though the island is not the undiscovered gem it once was, it's still a wonderful place to travel. The beaches, spectacular volcanic scenery and lush green rice terraces lend Bali a natural beauty that seems to dovetail perfectly with the island's distinct Hindu culture, which adorns the landscape with stunning temples. We advise steering clear of the backpacker beaches around Kuta, and heading instead for the quieter south coast resorts or the charming inland town of Ubud, the spiritual centre of the island.

Don't miss

Ubud is busy but go if you possibly can, and enjoy the spiritual vibe and the beautiful scenery.

25 March

At sea

26 March

Indonesia: Semarang

27-28 March

At sea

29 March

Malaysia: Kuching

30 March

At sea

31 March

Brunei: Bandar Seri Begawan (Muara)

1 April

Malaysia: Kota Kinabalu

2 April

At sea

3 April

Philippines: Boracay

4 April

Philippines: Manila

5 April

At sea

6 April

Taiwan: Kaohsiung

7-8 April

Hong Kong SAR China: Hong Kong

9 April

At sea

10-11 April

Vietnam: Hanoi

12-13 April

Vietnam: Da Nang

14 April

Vietnam: Nha Trang

15-16 April

Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City

17 April

At sea

18-19 April

Singapore: Singapore

20 April

At sea

21-22 April

Arriving in Bangkok (Laem Chabang)

Thailand's sprawling capital is an assault on the senses, an invigorating blend of tradition and modernity. Soaring skyscrapers, air-conditioned shopping malls and an efficient public transport system combine with shimmering golden temples, ancient palaces, floating markets and at times gridlocked rush hour traffic. Bangkok is also a real culinary treat; perching at a street food stall tucking into a bowl of noodles by the roadside is a great way to take the pulse of the city, and you'll find regional cuisines from all over Thailand. The nightlife here is also legendary, though is perhaps not for the faint-hearted!

Our tip

Most tourist sights and markets are open 7 days a week, so be cautious if you’re told otherwise, a common trick from a minority of disreputable taxi drivers. We recommend organising excursions in advance or through a reputable hotel.

The Ship

Your home from home

Regent Seven Seas Voyager at sea
Regent Sevens Seas Voyager breakfast
Regent Seven Seas Voyager Prime 7

Just 700 guests enjoy the perfect balance of space and intimacy. With plenty of comfort and great value for money, the Voyager offers everything you could wish for: spacious accommodation, a relaxed and unpretentious style and loads of good dining choices. The most all-inclusive of all luxury lines.

What we love

Capacity 700 Guests
Crew 447 International Staff
Style

Regent Seven Seas offers luxury without pretensions - not too dressy, and with lots of focus on the itineraries. So - with their excellent all-inclusive offer - you might get off the ship without having to pay a single further penny!

Inclusions
  • All meals in all venues including room service
  • All alcoholic drinks throughout the ship
  • Flights to and from the ship
  • A full selection of shore excursions
  • On board entertainment
  • Sports and fitness facilities
  • Gratuities
More about Seven Seas Voyager

Tailor-make your trip

Ways to make it better
Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok

Where to stay in Bangkok

The Shangri-La Bangkok sits on the banks of the river, allowing for easy sightseeing by river boat and provides a luxury sanctuary from the bustle of the city whilst maintaining a distinctly Asian feel.

Komodo dragon on the beach

Beyond Bali

If you have time, make the slightly complicated journey via Labuan Bajo on to Rinca to see the Komodo Dragons.

Get in touch & let us tailor-make your perfect cruise holiday

Call us on 020 7399 7670 or visit us at our comfortable offices just off London's Regent Street.

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