Award-winning cruise line Seabourn is offering an exciting line-up of Asia itineraries on Seabourn Sojourn this summer, including an array of optional excursions to UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The exotic beauty, culture and history of Asia have made it one of the cruise line’s most popular destinations, according to Seabourn Senior Vice President, Marketing and Sales John Delaney.
“To satisfy guest demand, this year we are adding our extended cruise holidays to Myanmar, multiple ports on Java and Borneo, and islands in the Philippines to offer even more exceptional experiences,” Mr Delaney said.
During their cruises, Seabourn guests can choose between optional excursions, developed in cooperation with UNESCO World Heritage site managers and tour experts, to explore destinations such as Halong Bay, Vietnam; Angkor Wat, Cambodia; and Mt Kinabalu National Park in Borneo.
Seabourn Sojourn Asian itineraries include:
- 14-day Myanmar and Malaysia voyages round-trip from Singapore featuring 3 days to explore Thilawa (Rangoon), the fabled city of Mandalay and the 2000-plus temples at Bagan. Cruises depart 6 December 2015 and 14 February 2016, with fares from $5499pp based on double occupancy.
- 14-day Vietnam and Thailand cruises between Singapore and Hong Kong, visiting Halong Bay and offering an optional 2-day shore excursion to Angkor Wat in Cambodia. A stop on Ko Kood Island in Thailand includes Seabourn’s signature Caviar in the Surf and beach barbecue party. Fares start from $7999pp based on double occupancy for a cruise departing 17 January 2016.
- 14-day Pearls of the Philippines and Borneo voyage departing Hong Kong on 3 April 3 2016, and visiting Hundred Islands, Manila, Boracay, Coron and Puerto Princesa in the Philippines as well as Borneo and Malaysia. Fares begin from $10,499pp based on double occupancy.
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