Peaceful, breathtaking, magnificent- these are just a few adjectives used to describe the awe-inspiring natural beauty and culture of the Asian Pacific. Alluring weather, diverse ports-of-call, and fantastic cultures are just a few clicks and a reservation away. Book your all-inclusive Regent Seven Seas Asia Pacific cruise today and treat yourself to the luxury experience of a lifetime.
With a Regent Seven Seas cruise, you won't have to worry about picking and choosing only a handful of destinations. You'll have the opportunity to snorkel over the Great Barrier Reef, cruise New Zealand's beautiful coast, explore the graceful sails of the Opera House in Sydney, wander through the fragrant bazaars in India, and experience the sights and tastes of Singapore - all in one convenient cruise package. For more information on which shore excursions are offered on a particular cruise, please reference the itinerary of that cruise.
Seven Seas Navigator & Seven Seas Voyager
Depending on the exact cruise chosen, your Asian cruise booked through All-Travel will take you on board the Seven Seas Navigator or Voyager. A trailblazer in the exclusive world of all-suite, all-balcony ships, the Seven Seas Voyager exceeds even the loftiest expectations for luxury, including plentiful amenities, four main dining venues, and indulgent personal service. Passengers on board the Seven Seas Navigator will enjoy large suites with ocean views, the majority with private balconies. With one of the highest space and service ratios at sea, cruisers will feel pampered and relaxed throughout their stay.
Things to Do in the Asian Pacific
Those who prefer taking in the natural beauty and wonder of a destination will enjoy touring the butterfly sanctuary and Australian wildlife in Cairns- a mostly uninhabited part of Australia. Others may prefer a magical day spent exploring Ream National Park in Cambodia. The tour will take you through a wonderland of evergreen forests and mangrove swamps teeming with indigenous wildlife. If you prefer a bit of relaxation mixed in with your nature, you can indulge in a therapeutic mud bath at an open-air pond in the countryside of Lautoka, Fiji.
Although each cruise ship has a different itinerary and will stop at different cities, there are several very popular port cities throughout the Asian Pacific that are sure to delight those interested in shopping, fine dining, and everything else an urban environment has to offer. Hong Kong is packed with high rise buildings and unbelievable shopping opportunities, while Shanghai perfectly blends history and culture into an explosion of fashion, finance, and commerce. As you can see, an Asian Pacific cruise with Regent Seven Seas has something for all types of travelers: culture, history, and thrilling excursions.
Asian Cruise Tips
Due to the diversity of weather conditions, picking the best time to cruise the Asian Pacific can be complicated. No matter the time of year, a sweater and long pants may be needed near the coastal cities, while temperatures are considerably warmer just a few miles inland. Ports close to the equator, on the other hand, are almost always steamy with occasional showers in the afternoon. While most cruise schedules avoid the hottest, most humid months, it's never a bad idea to be prepared with an umbrella and some weather-appropriate clothing.
Although political strife afflicts the Asian Pacific region on an ongoing basis, cruise lines are generally well aware of these situations and, if the safety of passengers is threatened, will bypass or change ports-of-call. If you or your traveling partner requires handicap bathroom facilities, be sure to schedule bathroom breaks near major hotels or tourist-friendly restaurants, as squat-style toilets are popular throughout the region. Finally, the Asian culture is very courteous and friendly- refrain from being angry, arrogant, or loud, as it's a sign of disrespect.
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