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Explore the Wonders of Asia

Exciting experiences and extraordinary adventures await in the dynamic ports of Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Cruise Asia on Princess and discover the mystical beauty, ancient traditions, lush tropical forests, beautiful beaches, mythological legends and tranquil retreats of these destinations.

The Peak Tram, a 120-year old funicular railway to Victoria Peak in Hong Kong on Princess Asia cruises

Asia Cruise Shore Excursions

Be dazzled at the views from Hong Kong’s funicular railway as it transports you to the summit of Victoria Peak. Sip a Singapore Sling at the famed Raffles Hotel. Catch some rays on the sun-drenched beaches of Nha Trang. Experience it all on board Princess Asia cruises

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Photo: The Peak Tram, a 120-year old funicular railway to Victoria Peak in Hong Kong

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folkloric dancer in South Korea. Discover Southeast Asia culture and lifestyle on Princess Southeast Asia cruises

Lifestyle & Culture

Behold the graceful art form of Thai dancing in Bangkok. Observe fishermen and their traditional sailing boats in Ujung Pandang’s Paotere Harbor. Learn Vietnamese cooking in Ho Chi Minh City.

Photo: Folkloric dancer in South Korea
James Bond Island in Phang Nga Bay National Park

Natural Wonders & Landscapes

Witness sheer limestone cliffs that jut vertically out of the emerald green water in Phuket's Phang-Nga Bay. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Ujung Pandang's spectacular Bantimurung National Park. Discover the cultural charms of Ubud, Bali's renowned center for art, music and dance.

Photo: James Bond Island in Phang Nga Bay National Park
Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Unique Experiences On Asia Cruises

Travel like a local in a rickshaw, tuk-tuk, pedicab or sampan. Walk in the footsteps of royalty with a tour of Lombok's 18th century Mayura Water Palace, a beautiful floating pavilion once used by Bali’s princes as a court of law. The enchanting palace is the perfect place to take in the beauty of the island as it sits in the middle of an artificial lake surrounded by groves of trees. Browse Hong Kong's famed Stanley Market, one of the world's great bazaars. Explore Ho Chi Minh City, home of the Cu Chi Tunnels, an intricate network of connecting underground passageways used by Viet Cong guerrillas during the Vietnam War.

Photo: Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Solo performer singing on stage

Onboard Enrichment On Asia Cruises

There’s a reason why Princess® is acclaimed as “Best Cruise Line for Enrichment” by Cruise International (UK). We create a completely immersive experience from the moment you step aboard. Throughout your cruise, you’ll have the chance to embrace the colors, flavors and traditions of your vacation destination with programs such as a Hong Kong variety show or Chinese Crosstalk Comedy. Our enrichment programs offer enlightening courses and regional offerings, like the opportunity to learn more with local experts with our Encounters with Discovery at SEA speaker series.

Photo: Solo performer singing on stage.

Landmarks & Cultural Masterpieces

unesco logo - Angkor Wat in Cambodia was constructed in the 12th century


Delve into the mythical beauty of Cambodia's Angkor Wat and discover the world's largest religious temple complex and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Constructed between the 9th and 12th centuries, the site reveals intricately carved architecture, including the pink sandstone reliefs of the Banteay Srei Temple. Learn about Dutch colonialism with a visit to Ujung Pandang’s 230-year-old Fort Rotterdam, one of the best examples of Dutch architecture in Asia. For a bird’s-eye view of Kuala Lumpur, journey to the top of its sky-scraping Petronas Twin Towers.

Photo: Angkor Wat in Cambodia was constructed in the 12th century
The Temple of the Reclining Buddha in Bangkok, Thailand

Art & Museums

Admire the prayer hall and gilded domes of the great Sultan Mosque, considered one of the most important and sacred mosques in Singapore. Behold the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, the oldest and largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok, and soak up China’s incredible 8,000-year history at the National Palace Museum in Taipei.

Photo: The Temple of the Reclining Buddha in Bangkok, Thailand
unesco logo - Ancient ruins of Ayutthaya, Thailand

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

The Bulguksa Temple, which means "Temple of the Buddha Land," is home to seven Korean national treasures built by King Pob-hung in the 8th century as a quiet place for his queen to pray. You can admire the magnificent ruins of Ayutthaya – the former capital just miles from Bangkok, which boasts grand pagodas and palaces – just as ancient travelers once did.

Photo: Ancient ruins of Ayutthaya, Thailand

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