See & Sail Southeast Asia

Set off aboard the Norwegian Jade on this epic 10-night voyage from Hong Kong to Singapore — with stops at vibrant ports in Vietnam & Thailand!
About Your Trip
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Southeast Asia is yours to discover with this 10-night cruise to vibrant ports in Thailand and Vietnam. But first, you’ll set off from Hong Kong aboard the Norwegian Jade for a day at sea — as you cruise, you’re sure to be wowed by all your ship has to offer! Adults can escape to the spa or play a hand or 2 at the award-winning casino. Meanwhile, kids can retreat to the arcade or to the rooftop to shoot some hoops — there’s even a teen club to keep the older kids busy. With nightly entertainment, delectable cuisine and more, there’s no shortage of onboard activities to keep everyone in the family amused!

After your fun time on the water, you’ll dock in Nha Trang, where you can explore the buzzing Dam Market, filled with hundreds of colorful stalls, shopping and plenty of photo opportunities. At your next stop, Ho Chi Minh City, you can learn about the local culture as you shop in the popular Ben Thanh Market and sample a tasty spring roll from one of the many street vendors as you stroll down bustling Bui Vien Street. You’ll then head back out to sea for another day of onboard fun before the ship drops anchor in Thailand.

From the port of Laem Chabang, you’ll have 2 full days to check out the best of Bangkok, the nation’s capital that was established in the 15th century. There’s no shortage of interesting things to do and see here, from astonishing cultural monuments, to sophisticated cuisine, shopping and an electrifying atmosphere. Then, you’re off to beautiful Koh Samui, Thailand’s second-largest island. Tourists enjoy sampling flavorful local cuisine, including chicken satay, pad Thai, freshly shucked oysters, marinated seafood, a wide selection of sushi rolls and other classics. You’ll then spend another enjoyable day at sea, before sailing off to Singapore to disembark, with dreams of planning your next amazing cruise!

What we love:
• Hong Kong’s must-see Victoria Harbour offers spectacular views of the frequently photographed coastline of skyscrapers, shipping vessels and the iconic Star Ferry.
• Now part of the Vietnam War Memorial, the extensive underground Cu Chi tunnel network in Ho Chi Minh City was used by soldiers during the war for housing, transportation and communication.
• The tuk-tuk (a motorized rickshaw) is a popular way to tour the highlights of Bangkok, including the Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha and Wat Pho — Bangkok’s oldest temple.
• Singapore is made up of 63 islands — mostly uninhabited. The island city-state has nonetheless has been ranked as Asia’s most influential city and named the best place in the world to do business.

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