Hong Kong Cruise Guide


Located on China’s south coast, Hong Kong offers a fantastic taste of Asian culture with a truly modern touch.

You can see all our latest Hong Kong cruise deals here, or read on to find out why Hong Kong should be on the itinerary for your next cruise trip.

Why cruise to Hong Kong?

Hong Kong is one of the most crowded yet vibrant cities you’ll ever visit – home to over 7 million people in just 426 square miles. The streets are just teeming with street stalls and shops selling everything from food to suits to electronics. Take to the top of one of the city’s many skyscrapers and you’ll be treated to a stunning panoramic view of modern architecture and bright lights.

A favourite excursion amongst many visitors is a journey by tram to the top of Victoria Peak, which is 1,300 above the harbour.

Depending on your choice of cruise, you’ll also have the chance to visit other popular cruise destinations around Asia, including Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore – as well as several locations around Australia.

Cruise operators currently running cruises to Hong Kong and the surrounding area include Azamara Cruises, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises and P&O Cruises.

Book a Hong Kong cruise

Here’s a selection of the best Hong Kong cruise deals currently on offer:

Hong Kong to Sydney (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on Sun Princess
12th October 2014 for 19 nights

Starting with a flight from Australia to Hong Kong, you’ll set off on a cruise that stops at Nha Trang, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Ko Samui and Singapore, before returning to Australia.

Vietnam China & Hong Kong – Fly/Stay/Cruise

Cruising on Marina of the Seas
15th March 2015 for 1o nights

You’ll visit Sinagpore, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Xiamen and Shanghai. Includes a hotel stay in Shanghai.

These are just a few examples of the great deals we currently have to offer. To see the full list, visit our Hong Kong cruise deals page. You can also use the on-site search tool to find other cruise deals in your price range.

Image sourced via Flickr Creative Commons. Credit:  thinboyfatter 

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