Oceania Cruises, the cruise line dedicated to epicurean enthusiasts, is offering a season of voyages – starting January – dedicated to exploring Asia’s culinary cities.
Oceania Cruises’ ships Nautica and Insignia will be calling on more than 50 ports in the region starting next month.
Itineraries include the 15-day Pagodas and Shrines cruise aboard Nautica from Singapore to Hong Kong. Beginning January 20, destinations along the way include Koh Samui, Bangkok, Sihanoukville, Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi before ending in Hong Kong.
There is also the 15-day Eastern Escapade cruise, beginning February 4, aboard Nautica from Hong Kong to Bangkok. Guests will cruise through Ha Long Bay in Hanoi, before stopping at coastal city Nha Trang and the historic Ho Chi Minh City. Singapore and Koh Samui will be the next ports- of-call before the ship concludes its journey in Bangkok.
Meanwhile, Insignia’s cruises include a 20-day sojourn from Singapore to Beijing beginning March 15, and a 25-day journey from Tokyo to Singapore starting on March 31.
Both Nautica and Insignia field 342 suites and staterooms and are able to carry 684 guests and 400 staff. Facilities onboard include four restaurants, fitness centres, spas, lounges, bars and a casino.