Resorts World Cruises has added Vietnam and the Philippines to Resorts World One’s five-night cruises itinerary departing from Hong Kong.
The new destinations will complement the current five-night Okinawa cruise, and the five-night Nha Trang–Danang cruise, as well as the five-night Boracay–Manila cruise which starts on January 21 next year.
“Our five-night cruises from Hong Kong aboard the Resorts World One offer travellers an alternative leisure and travel option that is convenient and comfortable to visit multiple destinations within a country. The inclusion of these new destinations will help cast a wider net to rejuvenate the cruise tourism industry across the region,” said Michael Goh, president of Resorts World Cruises.
Highlights in Vietnam include beaches, such as Long Beach that is home to surfing spots and seafood joints, mud baths, hot springs, island hopping, street food dining, and visiting sights like the 78-foot tall Buddha statue, centuries-old Po Nagar Cham Towers, and Marble Mountains.
In the Philippines, attractions comprise rich heritage sites from the old Hispanic Fort Santiago to the Baluarte de San Diego tower and various iconic landmarks, churches and cathedrals. In addition, foodies can go on a street-food escapade when in Manila.