Cruise Asia on Diamond Princess



CRUISE Express is offering exclusive fares on an exotic 16-night cruise through Asia this October, with 12 courses of fine cuisine a day, spectacular stage shows each night, transport and deluxe ‘megaliner’ accommodation available from $156 a person a day.

The 16-night cruise aboard the 2600-passenger Diamond Princess sails from Beijing on October 10, 2011, and will take passengers to Singapore via seven ports – Busan in South Korea, Nagasaki in Japan, Shanghai and Hong Kong in China, Nha Trang and  Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and Bangkok in Thailand.

Fares are available from $2500 per person, twin-share (or $156 a day) in an inside cabin, with the special rate of $3900 for solo passengers instead of double the twin-share rate. Balcony cabins are available from $3400 per person, twin-share, or $5400 for solo passengers. These fares are exclusive to Cruise Express and include all onboard meals and entertainment.

Special fares are available on return flights to Asia or, for Australians who like everything included, Cruise Express has a fully escorted, fly/cruise/tour package that includes return flights to Asia from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, the 16-night voyage aboard Diamond Princess, shore tours in every port, three nights in a five-star Beijing hotel with local touring, a post-cruise tour in Singapore and a total of 55 meals.

This 21-day, all-inclusive package is available from $6490 per person, twin-share, or from $8490 for solo travelers. An upgrade for return travel in Qantas business class is also available from an extra $4999 per person or in premium economy from an extra $1999 per person.

Visit the Cruise Express website for details.

Topics:  asia

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