Tour Asia for under $2,000 with this cruise deal from Cruise1st


Take an 11-day tour around Asia for under $2,000 with this not-to-be-missed cruise deal aboard Royal Caribbean’s “Legend of the Seas.”


Holidayers will experience the buzz and excitement of Hong Kong before this ship sets sail for Xiamen, which translates to “the gate of China.”   The coastal city of Xiamen is located in the South East of China; it boasts natural scenery, fresh air and a clean environment (it was even voted China’s cleanest city!)

After a day cruising the ocean, the boat will land at a port in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines.  The ship will then sail down to the tropical island of Boracay.  This paradise boasts long white sandy beaches and wonderful facilities.

Finally you’ll visit both Malaysia and Singapore, which are the final stops on the itinerary.   Malaysia boasts an exciting melting pot of cultures and religions; there are a multitude of colour festivals and gastronomical pleasures to experience, while Singapore offers modern skyscrapers, subways, shopping and a vibrant nightlife scene.

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The ship:

The Legend of the Seas is part of Royal Caribbean’s “Vision Class” fleet; the ships are slightly larger, but they’re designed to maintain that important intimate feel.  The Legend of the Seas boasts endless glass walls, luxury pampering and gourmet dining.  Holidayers can also take it easy and lounge around the open-roofed pool, or take in a show in the on-board theatre.   There are eight bars, lounges, nightclubs and a casino for adults to enjoy.  And for the children, there are jam-packed programmes of events geared towards the appropriate age groups.

What’s included in this deal?

  • Return flights from Australia with Singapore Airlines
  • One night pre cruise stay in Hong Kong
  • Eight night sailing on board the Royal Caribbeans 4 star rated ship the Legend of the Seas
  • One night post cruise stay in Singapore
  • Transfers or gratuities are not included.

Find out more…

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Image Sourced Via Flickr Creative Commons. Credits: Williamcho.

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