Information about Asia for cruise passengers.

Far East Cruising

Far Out – Far East A celebration of all things cruise travel related from the Far East. [rev_slider alias=”Far East”] First of all, the term Far East… Where did that moniker originate from? According to Wikipedia, the Far East is an alternate geographical term that refers to East Asia (includingNortheast Asia), the Russian Far East …

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(photos) Cruising in Asia

Exotic cruising in Asia To help celebrate the Chinese New Year, I have put together a photo tour of my favorite memories from cruising in China. Keep in mind that if you want to cruise in Asia, typically North American cruise lines will offer itineraries in the winter.     Interested in learning more? Culinary …

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Port Buzz: Singapore

Information for cruise visitors   Helpful links: tourism office, port information, and social media links: Cruise Singapore – Singapore Tourism Board Official website – Official Tourist Guide – Unofficial Travel Guide to Singapore Singapore Cruise Centre Facebook page Overview¬† There is a lot for cruise visitors to do in the beautiful city/state …

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Seoul, South Korea

Photo Tour: Cruising Asia

Photo Tour: Cruising Asia All aboard! Our next stop on our virtual world cruise is Asia and the diverse places that make this region a must-see for all avid cruisers.¬† Although sporting a year-round cruise market, most North Americans and Europeans will find winter and early spring to be the best time to cruise Asia. …

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InterContinental Hong Kong

Hong Kong Cruise Port Review

Hong Kong, the city that works for cruise visitors Cruise visitors sailing to or from the Port of Hong Kong will be pleasantly surprised to find a cosmopolitan city with plenty of activities to keep visitors busy. I would recommend a pre or post cruise stay, it’s almost a requirement. Hong Kong Cruise Terminals: Since …

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