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Royal Caribbean – Voyager of the Seas

5 Night – Spice Of Southeast Asia

Itinerary: Singapore | Penang, Malaysia | Langkawi, Malaysia | Phuket, Thailand | Singapore

Departure Port: Singapore

Ship: Voyager of the Seas

Departure Dates: 2018   25/06


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Taste Singapore’s mouth-watering cuisine, influenced by the flavours of Malaysia, China and India. Visit the stunning Botanic Gardens and National Orchid Garden or the exotic Jurong Bird Park to see colourful toucans, pelicans, eagles and parrots. Take a ferry to the islands for unspoilt beaches or enjoy south-east Asian art at the National Gallery. A temple in Singapore’s Chinatown is said to house one of the Buddha’s teeth.

Penang, Malaysia


Discover George Town’s heritage and culture on a cycling tour of the city or climb the steps to the amazing Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery for some outstanding views of Penang. Learn to cook local dishes at the exotic Tropical Spice Garden, with its hundreds of edible herbs and spices, or visit the Penang Tropical Butterfly Farm to see thousands of gorgeous butterflies. Don’t miss Penang’s street food and lovely beaches too.

Langkawi , Malaysia


Be impressed by the giant eagle statue in Eagle Square, where you’ll find enticing duty free shops and restaurants. Lose yourself in the turquoise seas, colourful coral reefs and coconut palm beaches of this lush archipelago on Malaysia’s west coast, where snorkelling is superb. Be blown away by the magnificent views of rainforests, waterfalls and islands from the Langkawi Sky Bridge and the Langkawi Cable Car.

Phuket, Thailand


You’re in paradise in stunning Phuket, where idyllic beaches and clear turquoise waters make for perfect swimming, sailing, diving, and snorkelling. Explore enchanting Phi Phi Island by boat, discover exciting sea caves by canoe or go on an unforgettable nature trek with elephants. Visit Wat Chalong, the largest Buddhist Temple on Phuket Island, or trek to the hilltop Big Buddha for some breath-taking views.

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