Luxury Southeast Asia Cruises
Explore a world of serene temples, vibrant marketplaces and palm-fringed beaches on a luxury cruise around Southeast Asia. From the emerald forests of Bali to the neon jungle of Singapore, there are plenty of sights to see.Search All Southeast Asia Cruises ►
Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam
Traverse the bustling markets of Bangkok or take a sunrise expedition to Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. This temple is named after the Hindu god Aruna, who personifies as the radiations of the rising sun. The Buddhist monastery of Doi Thepnimit, located in Phuket, grants unforgettable views of Patong Bay after a climb to the summit.
Discover Cambodia via river as you cruise the Mekong. A journey of constant revelation, you will sail through fishing villages untouched by time, impenetrable rainforests. See the most iconic place in Cambodia, the Angkor Wat temple. It’s one of the biggest and best preserved temples, it’s an incredible sight to capture. As the Mekong meanders through Vietnam, stop off at one of the country’s most beautiful spots, Halong Bay with 1,600 pillars of limestone exploding from the turquoise water.
Another major Vietnamese landmark is the Golden Hands Bridge in Da Nang. This one of a kind structure, held in the sky by two, immense, God-like hands, projects you high above the endless, verdant Ba Na Hills. Take a beach break in the coastal town of Nha Trang. As the seafood capital of Vietnam, it is a must to dine in one of the many seafood restaurants along the coast. For more of a cultural experience, Po Nagar Cham Towers are an impressive architectural site which blends many different religions at one structure.
Similarly, glide along Burma’s most important waterway, the Irrawaddy river, to view ornate monasteries and the most sacred Buddhist temple, the Shwedagon Pagoda.
Malaysia & Singapore
Kuala Lumpur is an entanglement of towering skyscrapers with an energetic nightlife. For a romantic view of the metropolis, visit Atmosphere 360. Situated 100m higher than the Petronas Tower sky bridge, this famous revolving restaurant, resembling a spaceship, gives unrivalled, idealistic cityscapes. Contrasting the giant Petronas Towers, the Batu caves are the focal point of the Tamil festivals. A climb to the Kek Lok Si temple in Penang is highly recommended. As the biggest Buddhist temple in Malaysia, its dramatic location, situated atop the Air Itam hill, dominates the landscape. The celebrated capital city of George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a multicultural spot where ceremonious structures rub shoulders with ancient temples.
Singapore is a feast for technological innovation and ultimate luxury. The most iconic landmark being the Gardens at the Bay. This nature park of Supertree structures and greenhouses expands across over 100 hectares that are begging to be explored. The atmosphere changes at night when the oasis is illuminated by solar power. Singapore houses a multitude of Michelin starred restaurants such as Waku Ghin, located in the Marina Bay Sands, which combines Japanese presentation with French cuisine. The Marina Bay Sands contains the world’s largest infinity pool. Dive into refreshing waters whilst admiring the 360° vistas.
Philippines & Indonesia
Whether it’s the stunning views of the Hundred Islands or the secret beaches of El Nido, the Philippines has something to offer for everyone. As a gateway to a hidden paradise, accessible by small yacht, El Nido is a serene collection of clear lagoons and coral reefs. Manila, the capital city, boasts a lively art scene inspired by its Spanish heritage.
There is plenty to do in Indonesia. The Komodo National Park contains the world’s largest lizard, the Komodo Dragon. In a similar location, the Pink Beach is a picturesque stop. Influenced by the coral in the sea, the powder-pink sand contrasts the clear, turquoise waters. As a haven of peace and tranquillity, Bali is the most popular destination in Indonesia with terraced rice fields, idyllic sunsets and enchanting spiritual energy.
Best Time To Visit Southeast Asia
May-September is classed as the rainy season for Southeast Asia and is more humid. Between November and February is the best time for a luxury cruise around Southeast Asia. Weather conditions are dry and slightly cooler with average temperatures being around 30°.
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