The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations and increased airfares. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports. Fares, where indicated, are based on low season rates.
PricesFrom: R 10,989.00
FlightsNo Flights Included
Valid From22nd of March 2018 (Thursday)
Valid To29th of March 2018 (Thursday)
Need Visa'sSouth Africa: YesBritish: YesEuropean Union: YesAmerican: Yes
Quick Holiday Overview
7 nights, cruising holiday in South East Asia onboard Royal Caribbean International’s Mariner of the Seas.
Explore the orient onboard Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas. This cruising holiday takes in some of the best cruising destinations, including Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
About the Holiday
- Day 1: Singapore
- Day 2: Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Malaysia
- Day 3: Phuket, Thailand
- Day 4: Phuket (Thailand)
- Day 5: Langkawi, Malaysia
- Day 6: Cruising
- Day 7: Singapore
Guests on Mariner of the Seas experience one of the most exciting cruise ships ever built. With a total length of 1,020 feet, a weight of 138,000 tons and a capacity to hold 3,114 passengers, Mariner of the Seas has something for everyone. Part of the Voyager family of cruise ships, which represents the highest public space-per-guest ratio in the cruise market, this spectacular ship was designed with enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and state-of-the-art recreational facilities like a rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink and basketball court.
Highlights of this cruise:
At first glance, this diamond-shaped island just off the coast of Malaysia gleams with modernism and commercialism, making it seem more Western than Eastern. But as you continue to discover the city-state, you'll uncover the eclectic mix of cultures, religions, ancient treasures and British colonial impressions that give rise to a unique Singaporean identity. The cultural fusion is perhaps best expressed in Singapore's unofficial language, Singlish, a unique patois of English, Chinese and Malay.
Bustling Kuala Lumpur, or KL as it's known, rose up from the forbidding jungle terrain to become one of the most fascinating architectural landscapes on earth. A blend of native Malaysian, Chinese Imperial and European influences has created a city that is as breathtakingly beautiful as it is alive with culture. Replete with fine dining, a fertile arts community and plenty of nightlife, KL has earned a reputation as a must-see world destination.
Gorgeous beaches. Abundant culture. Rich history. Excellent food. Truly, there is more to see and experience in the 'Pearl of the Orient' than one person can possibly handle, but we still think you'll like it. One of the most multicultural cities in all of Asia, Penang is like a concentrated version of the entire continent, while at the same time it maintains an identity all of its own
Located in the Andaman Sea, the island of Phuket in Thailand was one of the earliest tourist developments in South-East Asia. Though most people come for the beaches, Phuket boasts amazing snorkelling, windsurfing and trekking for the adventurous types. Hills dominate this tropical island and the views from the top shouldn't be missed.
Includes & Excludes
- 7 nights’ cruise onboard the Mariner of the Seas in an inside cabin
- All meals, selected beverages
- Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses.
- International flights
- Anything of a personal nature
- Any extras not mentioned above
- Travel Insurance
Singapore CitySingapore City, known as the Lion City, is by far the largest and most significant island alongside 63 others that make up Singapore state. At the mouth of the Singapore River, Asian tradition meets modern technology - gleaming skyscrapers tower over traditional architecture, while squat Chinese and Hindu temples stud the city.
Once a simple fishing village, it was founded in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles, an official of the British East India Company, who decided it was the perfect location for a trading station. Since then it has become one of the world’s most prosperous cities.
Singapore is not all urban landscape as first appears, and in keeping with its ’Garden City’ label, there are many areas of natural beauty, albeit with a little help from humans. The Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, Singapore Zoological Gardens, the Night Safari and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. For history lovers and culture vultures, there is also an impressive selection of museums, exhibitions and architectural heritage, like the Asian Civilizations Museum and the Singapore Art Museum.
Most venues are packed at weekends. Certain areas and venues are popular with expats and tourists, like Boat Quay with its string of shop-houses converted into noisy bars and restaurants overlooking the river. The bars in the hotels along Orchard Road are a safe bet for a refined drink or to meet clients, and nearby Emerald Hill Road has a great collection of lively bars attracting locals and visitors.