Christmas and New Year savings on Far East Voyages with Voyages to Antiquity
With less than three months until the start of its first winter programme, Voyages to Antiquity has a limited number of spaces left on its Christmas and New Year sailings.
Three itinerary offers travellers a unique insight into the culture, history and remarkable archaeological treasures of the East, exploring different areas of South East Asia.
Highlights include three days in Burma on the first cruise and inclusive Angkor Wat overland excursions, included in the Christmas and New Year Cruises.
The ‘Holiday Season’ programme
Burma Land of Contrasts
Singapore/Singapore – 5 December, 16 days
Price from £2,695 per person - low single supplement of £100.
This 16-day cruise tour starts with a two-night pre-cruise hotel stay in Singapore before joining Aegean Odyssey and sailing to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Additional ports include Phuket, Thailand; two night/three day stay in Yangon, Burma as well as Penang and Malacca in Malaysia.
Jewels of South East Asia and Angkor Wat
Singapore/Bangkok – 17 December, 20 days
Price from £3,695 per person - low single supplement of £150
This Christmas cruise with a New Year stay in Bangkok begins with a two-nights in an hotel in the dynamic city-state of Singapore and continues to the beautiful island of Borneo to visit the Sultanate of Brunei and Kota Kinabalu in the state of Sabah.
Leaving Borneo, Aegean Odyssey heads for Nha Trang and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. After a stop in Sihanoukville to visit Phnom Penh’s National Museum and Royal Palace, the voyage continues up the Chao Phraya to the heart of Bangkok.
The trip ends with a three-night stay in the “City of Angels” - including a Gala New Year’s Eve dinner - and culminates in an overnight visit to the vast ruins of the temples of Angkor (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). All this is included in the cruise fare.
Highlights of Bangkok and Cambodia
Bangkok, Thailand/Hong Kong – 27 December, 22 days
Price from £3,700 per person
This itinerary takes passengers to South East Asia’s most remarkable natural and man-made wonders. Starting with a three-night hotel stay in Bangkok and an overnight visit to the vast ruins of the temples of Angkor, this voyage uncovers Cambodia’s exotic capital of Phnom Penh, and explores the fascinating country of Vietnam.
Passengers spend a two-day visit in Ho Chi Minh City, and then on to Nha Trang to explore monuments from the 7th century Cham Dynasty. In Da Nang, founded 3,000 years ago by the Cham people, passengers visit the Imperial Champa city of My Son and medieval Hoi An and then on to the myriad of islands rising up from the Gulf of Tonkin in Halong Bay.
There is an excursion to Hanoi, the Capital of Vietnam, featuring stops at the Temple of Literature and Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum. The tour ends with a two-night hotel stay in Hong Kong.
All Voyages to Antiquity cruises include shore excursions with complimentary bottled water, gratuities on board, wine at dinner onboard as well as return scheduled flights.
The Christmas and New Year itineraries also offer an opportunity to combine into Grand Voyages and prices are available upon request.
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editor | 04 October 2011
It applies to loads of dates. Best to contact MSC Cruises direct. More...
Fifi | 02 October 2011
Is there a specific date for that all inclusive deal for 1 pound, were traveling on the MSC Magnifica at the end of March. More...
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