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14 Day Thailand & Vietnam


Seabourn Ovation

from $4,499 pps
Singapore to Hong Kong 18 January - 1 February 2020 14 nights

Cruise on board Seabourn Ovation from Singapore to Hong Kong for 14 nights.

Between Singapore and Hong Kong, Seabourn’s most popular Asian voyage visits timeless capitals, natural splendours and the colourful villages of Southeast Asia’s friendliest nations.

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Seabourn Ovation

Seabourn Ovation Introducing Seabourn Ovation, the sister-ship to the already prestigious Seabourn Encore. Seabourn Ovation represents another welcome stage in the evolution of small-ship cruising, which Seabourn pioneered and has consistently expanded and enriched. Both ships will deliver a wealth of new concepts, a fresh vision and a host of illuminating ideas to delight the world’s most discerning travelers. Learn more

Cruise Itinerary

Laem Chabang21-01-2020
Ko Kood22-01-2020
Ho Chi Minh City25-01-2020
Da Nang (Hue)28-01-2020
Hanoi (Halong Bay)30-01-2020
Hong Kong01-02-2020


Embark: 18 January 2020
Explore multi-cultural Singapore at the gold-domed Sultan Mosque, the Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple with its vivid images of Hindu God Vishnu and the calm, lotus-filled lakes of the Chinese garden. A certain Britishness lingers too, so stop by Singapore Polo Club and Raffles Hotel for a tall glass of the pink stuff - a signature Singapore Sling.

Laem Chabang

In Port: 21 January 2020
Much of Laem Chabang's old laid-back charm remains, despite its rapid transformation into the country's Riviera' - a major gateway for visiting cruise guests. Located on Thailand's east coast, this tranquil region of fruit orchards, gem mines and oyster and orchid farms, is now also a great place for swimming, snorkelling and experiencing traditional Thai village life.You will be hard pressed to know what to do first when you visit the fascinating nearby capital of Bangkok, a treasury of old temples, fine palaces and extravagant art.

Ko Kood

In Port: 22 January 2020
An unspoiled tropical island paradise with sugary white sand, swaying palms and limpid waters - a sublime slice of Southeast Asian heaven.


In Port: 23 January 2020
Cambodia's only international marine port, Sihanoukville's beaches span most of the surrounding coastline. Flights to and from Siem Reap and Angkor have secured its fortune.

Ho Chi Minh City

In Port: 25 January 2020
Welcome to Vietnam's culinary centre where there is plenty on the menu. The port of Phu My (pronounced "Foo Me") is the gateway to Ho Chi Minh City and the seaside resort of Vung Tau. Still fondly known as Saigon, the city is a thrilling, chaotic whirl played out against a French colonial backdrop as the aroma of noodle stalls, the sight of orange-garbed monks and the incessant buzz of scooters create a vivid snapshot of daily life.
Da Nang (Hue)

Da Nang (Hue)

In Port: 28 January 2020
A stretch of coastline quite unlike any other in the South China Sea. Passing coastal sand dunes, beautiful green hills and paddy fields, you sail to the historic Vietnamese cities of Hue and Da Nang. A port call to Chan May offers the chance to experience white sand beaches, historic tombs and one of Vietnam’s most famous waterways: the Perfume River. Whether you choose to travel to Hue or Da Nang you’ll be met with a wealth of sights to see, not to mention scenes of indescribable beauty. Both cities are the gateways to some of Vietnam’s most illustrious treasures; from the Ancient Emperor tombs outside of Hue to the spectacular cave labyrinth of Da Nang’s Marble Mountains. Prepare to find your senses piqued, your soul nourished and your heart captivated by otherworldly sights and spellbinding scenery.
Hanoi (Halong Bay)

Hanoi (Halong Bay)

In Port: 30 January 2020
Step back in time in one of the world's most ancient capitals. Savour the 13th-century buildings of the old quarter or see the traditional storytelling art of water puppetry nearby in Hoan Kiem Lake. Just off the coast of Vietnam, a myriad of karstic islands are clustered in this picturesque setting. Looming out of the sea, undercut by erosions into fantastic shapes, they reminded the Vietnamese of the looping back of a swimming dragon. Scattered among them, whole communities of fishing families live most of their lives on sampans, trading among themselves and periodically going into nearby towns such as Haiphong to sell their catch and buy supplies.
Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Disembark: 1 February 2020
Hong Kong may boast some 236 islands but most of the five million inhabitants of this former British Crown Colony are concentrated on just one, Hong Kong Island, and one city, Kowloon, on the facing peninsula. It is known as one of the most crowded and vibrant places in the world, making Hong King cruises a must see. Be energised just walking down its teeming streets where you can buy anything from a handmade suit, fancy jewellery and the latest duty-free electronic gizmos to Asian antiques. Go on a trip between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island with the Star Ferry, giving you the experience of the world's busiest crossings. For one of the steepest journeys, try the tram which travels to the top of Victoria Peak,