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Explore the Wonders of Asia

Exciting experiences and extraordinary adventures await in the dynamic ports of Singapore, Hong Kong, and Vietnam. 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

Ride the Ngong Ping cable car up to one of the world's tallest Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha) perched on Lantau's Ngong Ping hill in the Po Lin Monastery. Learn Kung Fu with a renowned Shaolin master at the Hong Kong Shaolin Wushu Cultural Center.

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

Natural Wonders & Landscapes

Taroko Gorge is composed of the world’s deepest marble canyon, as well as many stunning rugged cliffs and subtropical forests. The Beitou region is the most famous area for mineral soaking due to its proximity to Taipei, as well as the sulphuric quality of its waters. A 15-minute hike from Shin-Kobe Station leads you to Nunobiki Falls (Kobe) and Miharashi Observatory offering stunning views of the city.

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. 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


Just north of Nha Trang on the bank of the Cai River you will vind Po Nagar Cham Towers; the original wooden structure was replace by stone & brick in 784. A must see for guests visiting Ho Chi Minh City is Thien Hau pagoda, located in the heart of the city. The intricate 19th century temple is dedicated to the goddess Thien Hau; believed to travel the oceans on a mat and ride the coulds to save those in peril on the high seas.

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. 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

Only 30 minutes from Ho Chi Minh City is Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park the 2nd of Vietnam's natural UNESCO World Heritage sites. The Park is home to the world's largest cave and masive network of underground rivers including Paradise Cave, the longest dry cave in Asia. The Singapore Botanical Gardens is the first UNESCO Heritage Site in Singapore offering tours and educational programs for nature lovers of all ages.

Photo: Ancient ruins of Ayutthaya, Thailand

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