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Sensations of Southeast Asia

  • Departure DateNov 2024, Feb 2025 & Jan 2026
  • Celebrity Cruises Celebrity Millennium
  • 16/18 Nights Cruise & Stay
  • Prices From £2,449 per person

Itinerary

  • Stay 2 nights in Singapore
  • Singapore
  • Port Klang
  • Penang
  • Phuket
  • Hambantota
  • Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • Cochin
  • Goa
  • Mumbai

Experience sacred temples and serene landscapes sitting side by side with skyscrapers and modern shopping malls on this wonderful cruise holiday to South East Asia. Starting with 2 nights in Singapore, visit to the Gardens by the Bay – a top attraction which features the world’s largest greenhouse, the Flower Dome, which houses an impressive 1.28 hectares of flowers under glass. Embark Celebrity Milennium where you will discover beautiful ports of call. Visit the awe-inspiring Batu Caves of Kuala Lumpur, a Hindu temple set in limestone caves. Relax in pretty Penang and the tropical paradise of Phuket. Explore Colombo’s interesting mosques and temples in the colourful Pettah Bazaar District and indulge in the spicy, sweet and savoury flavours of the delicious food in Cochin. See the natural beauty of Goa before finally porting in Mumbai. 

Highlights

  • Exclusive Savings up to £2000 per couple  
  • FREE Singapore Stay  
  • Drinks, WiFi & Tips Included  
  • Ask About Adding on Golden Triangle Tour  

What's Included?

  • Return flights from the UK (call for regional departures)
  • FREE 2 night stay in Singapore on bed & breakfast basis
  • 16  night cruise on board Celebrity Millennium on all inclusive basis
  • Drinks, WiFi & Tips
  • Transfers
  • Baggage Allowance

Prices From pp

Departure DateInteriorOceanviewBalconySuite
Nov 2024£2,449£2,669£2,989-
Feb 2025£2,619£2,869£3,819-

Price based on 20 Nov 2024 & 06 Feb 2025, flying from London itinerary & duration may vary depending on date. Prices are subject to availability and may change out with our control. Flight supplements from regional airports will apply. For a live price for your chosen date, airport and hotels please call our Cruise Experts.

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Itinerary for Sensations of Southeast Asia

Day 1 - Fly UK to Singapore

Day 2 - Arrive Singapore & transfer to hotel / SEnjoy Singapore

Day 3 - Enjoy Singapore

Day 4 - Embark Celebrity Millennium in Singapore

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.

Day 5 - Port Klang

Less than an hour from the Port is bustling Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's modern capital city. It 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, Kuala Lumpur has earned a reputation as a must-see world destination.

Day 6 - Penang

Often called the "Pearl of the Orient," this northern gateway to Malaysia is the country's oldest British settlement. Although this city is best known for its breathtaking beaches, sites such as Khoo Kongsi, a well-preserved ancestral Chinese clan house, and the Butterfly Farm, the world’s first tropical live butterfly exhibition, must-sees on the list for this amazing destination. Also visit Kek Lok Si Temple, one of the finest Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia, featuring among other things, a tortoise sanctuary.

Day 7 - Penang

Often called the "Pearl of the Orient," this northern gateway to Malaysia is the country's oldest British settlement. Although this city is best known for its breathtaking beaches, sites such as Khoo Kongsi, a well-preserved ancestral Chinese clan house, and the Butterfly Farm, the world’s first tropical live butterfly exhibition, must-sees on the list for this amazing destination. Also visit Kek Lok Si Temple, one of the finest Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia, featuring among other things, a tortoise sanctuary.

Day 8 - Phuket

Thailand's largest and most visited island, Phuket, offers gorgeous beaches lined with palm trees, plus fabulous coves and bays. Water sports include sailing, diving, and snorkeling. Golf enthusiasts will love the championship courses, while nature lovers will be thrilled by the tropical forests and waterfalls. Tour historic mansions and top off the day enjoying the extensive nightlife.

Day 9 - At sea

Day 10 - At sea

Day 11 - Hambantota

Day 12 - Colombo, Sri Lanka

Colombo is the beating commercial heart of Sri Lanka located on the coast of the Indian Ocean. Whether you’re exploring the nearby town of Galle, which features colonial Portuguese architecture and a green space for sports and community fun, or you venture beyond the city to see an elephant orphanage, your Sri Lanka cruise experience is bound to be unlike anywhere else you’ve ever visited on an India cruise. It’s also home to important temples like the beautiful and historic Gangaramaya Temple, which is one of Colombo’s oldest Buddhist temples. With a population of nearly one million people, Colombo isn’t showing any signs of slowing down soon. The city continues to improve upon its attractions and offer new sights, smells, and immersive experiences to every type of traveler. Colombo takes travelers out of their comfort zones. Try adventurous street foods like the Sri Lankan hopper, local wood apples, and all sorts of roti during your (too-short) time in Colombo. While we don't currently sail to Colombo, you can still discover the beauty of the region on one of our cruises to Asia. Browse our luxury cruises to Asia below.

Day 13 - Cochin

Whether you refer to it as Kochi or Cochin, this port city offers a picturesque, seaside stop on an India cruise unlike any other. With influences from British, Dutch, and Portuguese settlement over the past 500 or so years, Kochi feels especially global, whether you’re stopping for coffee at the local Kashi Art Cafe or touring Fort Kochi on your own. See the famous Chinese fishing nets, one of the most photographable spots in Kochi, and peruse the catches of the day with the local fishermen. Or, take an excursion beyond Kochi to Alappuzha during your Cochin cruise, indulging in thali and kebabs after a day’s boat ride on the Arabian Sea. Luckily, Kochi itself is pretty walkable, and most sights are close to one another. Less bustling than Mumbai, Cochin retains a small town charm ideal for unhurried exploration.

Day 14 - Cochin

Whether you refer to it as Kochi or Cochin, this port city offers a picturesque, seaside stop on an India cruise unlike any other. With influences from British, Dutch, and Portuguese settlement over the past 500 or so years, Kochi feels especially global, whether you’re stopping for coffee at the local Kashi Art Cafe or touring Fort Kochi on your own. See the famous Chinese fishing nets, one of the most photographable spots in Kochi, and peruse the catches of the day with the local fishermen. Or, take an excursion beyond Kochi to Alappuzha during your Cochin cruise, indulging in thali and kebabs after a day’s boat ride on the Arabian Sea. Luckily, Kochi itself is pretty walkable, and most sights are close to one another. Less bustling than Mumbai, Cochin retains a small town charm ideal for unhurried exploration.

Day 15 - At sea

Day 16 - Goa

A Goa cruise booking will open your eyes to this magnetic and unique state, which is teeming with sunshine and spices. During your India cruise and trips to the surrounding areas, Goa is sure to surprise you. It’s a hub for international tourism and completely different from India’s biggest cities like Mumbai and Bangalore. On a Goa cruise, booking adventurous excursions are a must to fully explore everything Goa has to offer, whether that’s a full day of visiting historic forts and museums or enjoying a traditional Goan tea ceremony. You can’t go wrong during your trip here when you head to Goa’s golden sand beaches, like Mandrem and Anjuna, and soak up every possible minute of sun. Goa also hosts a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites and ancient ruins that will delight art and history lovers, like the Basilica of Bom Jesus or Sé Cathedral, where the Portuguese influence of Goa’s architecture and style shines bright.

Day 17 - Mumbai

India’s largest city, known as Bombay until very recently, possesses an energy and gusto that few cities can imitate. On your India cruise, a stop in Mumbai quickly shows visitors both thousands of years of history and a modern, bustling hub for film and industry. Don’t miss a stroll or a car ride along the Queen’s Necklace, or Mumbai’s Marine Drive, where you’ll be engulfed by the Arabian Sea and the Mumbai skyline. Thousands of years of history is preserved at sites like the Elephanta Caves and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum. During your time in Mumbai, shop along the chaotic Colaba Causeway. Sip a gin cocktail in one of the city’s many speakeasy lounges. Tour the ornate Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, where celebrities gather and tragedies strike. Spend the day on a Bollywood set, marveling at India’s biggest stars, or among lush plant life at the Hanging Gardens, a rest from the lights and noise. After all, Mumbai is a city full of contradictions like that.

Day 18 - Mumbai, disembark & fly UK

India’s largest city, known as Bombay until very recently, possesses an energy and gusto that few cities can imitate. On your India cruise, a stop in Mumbai quickly shows visitors both thousands of years of history and a modern, bustling hub for film and industry. Don’t miss a stroll or a car ride along the Queen’s Necklace, or Mumbai’s Marine Drive, where you’ll be engulfed by the Arabian Sea and the Mumbai skyline. Thousands of years of history is preserved at sites like the Elephanta Caves and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum. During your time in Mumbai, shop along the chaotic Colaba Causeway. Sip a gin cocktail in one of the city’s many speakeasy lounges. Tour the ornate Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, where celebrities gather and tragedies strike. Spend the day on a Bollywood set, marveling at India’s biggest stars, or among lush plant life at the Hanging Gardens, a rest from the lights and noise. After all, Mumbai is a city full of contradictions like that.

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