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FAR EAST CRUISE HOLIDAYS             Cruises Enquiry Form

Cruise the Asian Waters on a luxurious Ocean liner and enjoy a holiday unlike any other.  On your luxury cruise, you will be pampered while you enjoy every imaginable facility on board these amazing floating resort.

Enjoy comfortable accommodation, great cuisine and lots of fun-filled activities that will keep you busy all day.

It’s the prefect choice for a romantic honeymoon.  Relax and enjoy being spoilt while you spend time as newly weds on a cruise of a lifetime.

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For shoppers, it’s a dream come true as you can shop till you drop at the ports of call.  There is no packing and unpacking, so there’s lots & lots of extra time.

Custom-built for the Asia-Pacific region, the cruise ships were designed for the modern holidaymaker, so there’s never a dull moment on board with incredible facilities, entertainment, recreation, activities and service.


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WHY CRUISE THE FAR EAST?                  Back to top

This is free style cruising at its best, with guaranteed impeccable service on your holiday of a lifetime.


All nationalities require valid passports; it is recommended that they are valid for six months beyond period of intended stay.  Please contact us with regards to which passports require visas that are not covered by the Captain’s blanket visa.

PORTS OF CALL    Back to top

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, meaning, "muddy confluence" in Malay, refers to the Kelang and Gombak Rivers that converge in the middle of the city. Its pioneer days go back to the 1870s, but Kuala Lumpur’s history really had its beginnings in the British colonial period. The city, commonly known as KL, has developed around the Y-shaped junction of the two rivers; in the space of a century it grew from a trading post and tin mining shantytown into a colonial capital. By 1896, Kuala Lumpur had grown steadily to become the capital of the New Federated Malay States. Today it is a cosmopolitan, modern business hub and the centre of government. With a population of about two million, it is one of Southeast Asia's smallest capitals.

The rapidly growing business centre of KL and its industrial satellites is gaining the lion’s share of the country’s manufacturing investment. Scores of stylish high-rise office blocks have gone up, contrasting sharply with the Victorian, Moghul-style buildings, the art deco central market and the Chinese shop-houses. The Petronas Twin Towers surpass the Sears Tower in Chicago as the world’s tallest building. Efforts are being made to create a new Malaysian architecture to lend the city a more integrated look and a national identity. However, it is the unique blend of traditional Malay heritage with British colonial architecture, Chinese and Indian cultures that make KL such an interesting place to visit.


Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi is the collective name for a group of 104 tropical islands located 20 miles (30km) off the northwestern tip of the peninsula. Pulau Langkawi is the largest and most developed island that draws visitors to its duty-free shores. Much of the island’s prolific development has been focused in the town of Kuah, also the embarkation point for visitors travelling by ferry. Many visitors leave the shops behind in favour of the mountainous interiors, limestone outcrops, waterfalls, hot springs or pristine beaches. The best of these beaches, Pantai Kok, lies reclusively on the island’s western side, a short distance from the spectacular Telaga Tujuh Falls. The island’s mystique would be incomplete without a legend. The story relates that a Malay princess was wrongfully accused of adultery and sentenced to death; her dying words laid a curse on the island. Her tomb and the associated Padang Masirat (‘the field of burnt rice’) can be found a few miles west of Kuah. Langkawi can be reached by boat or air.

Phuket, Thailand

In the Andaman Sea off Thailand's west coast, Phuket, or the 'Pearl of the South' as it has become known, is connected to the mainland by the Sarasin Bridge.  Thailand's largest island, Phuket is incredibly diverse, with rocky and sandy beaches, tall cliffs, forests, waterfalls and temples.  Phuket caters to all, with a variety of resorts offering accommodation from backpackers and simple guesthouses to modern luxury hotels.  There is plenty to do on the island, whatever your budget, and several offshore islands are good for snorkelling and scuba diving.  Phuket also has its own airport, which makes it easy to get to and from Bangkok, and although the island hosts thousands of tourists in peak season, its sheer size allows visitors to escape from the madding crowds.  Patong Beach is the island's most famous and most developed beach resort, offering a wide choice of activities, dining options and nightlife. It is situated nine miles (15km) from Phuket City.


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