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This prosperous, ultra-moden city-state still holds many surprises. Explore cultural enclaves like Chinatown, Little India and Arab Street. Visit such attractions as the Jurong Bird Park and Sentosa Island. Or simply head to Orchard Road for world-class shopping. Finally, treat yourself to tea and nostalgia at the Raffles Hotel.
Located on the southern-most tip of Hainan Island is the lovely seaside city of Sanya. Sanya enjoys a mild tropical climate with abundant sunshine, with colourful flowers in bloom throughout the year Reputed to be an excellent resort city, Sanya attracts thousands of visitors all year round to its beach resorts. One can also find some of China's most beautiful pearls in Sanya where pearl cultivation is an important industry.
Asia's truly international, vibrant city - a melting pot of the East and West. From the futuristic Chek Lap Kok airport, modern skyscrapers, to colourful local markets and roadside foodstalls, Hong Kong offers her visitors a smorgasbord of sights, sounds and smells found nowhere else. Besides great shopping, Hong Kong is also a gourmet's shangri-la.
Naha (Okinawa Islands), Japan
Okinawa, perhaps the most famous of the islands in Japan, is becoming a major tourist destination. Naha, the capital has much to offer. Night shopping, sightseeing, unique herbal tea and cuisine are some of the more popular highlights of this city.
Ishigaki (Yaeyama Islands), Japan
This beautiful island is renowned for its thriving black pearl cultivation industry as well as its famed Ishigaki brewery. Ishigaki is also the only place in the world where the Yaeyama palm-trees grow. The lush island also teems with natural wonders like stalactite caves.
Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Malaysia
From the Star Cruises terminal in Port Klang, head out to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. You will discover a bustling metropolis that uniquely blends the traditional and modern. Kuala Lumpur is also home to the tallest twin towers in the world - the Petronas Twin Towers. You will find that Kuala Lumpur offers exceptional shopping and dining opportunities.
Langkawi Island, Malaysia
This island of myths and legends has come into its own as a holiday destination. Discover Langkawi's pristine beaches, magical islands and mysterious mangroves. Delve into the local legends about the virtuous Mahsuri, the Seven Wells Waterfalls where fairies bathe and the Lake of the Pregnant Maiden. Finally, visit Awana Porto Malai, the Mediterraneanesque waterfront boardwalk where you can shop, dine and enjoy a cultural show or two.
Dubbed the "Pearl of the Orient", Penang has so much to offer its visitors: charming colonial architecture, ancient places of worship, tropical fauna and flora, hillside retreats and fantastic beaches. Of course, Penang's mouth-watering delights, in particular, the hawker fare, is a culinary experience not to be missed.
An ancient Dutch trading port, the communities and cultural heritage of Malacca have been shaped by centuries of foreign influence. Visit traditional Chinese temples and the bustling old city, where craftsmen and antique traders still ply thier trade in turn-of-the-century shophouses.
Redang Island, Malaysia
Redang Island or 'Pulau Redang' is one of the most captivating islands in Malaysia. Visitors to this island will be greeted by crystal clear blue waters, pure white sands and swaying coconut trees. Discover some of the most beautiful corals and witness a world of spectacular seascapes of colourful fishes as you go diving and snorkelling. Declared as a Marine Park to preserve its natural beauty, Redang Island is one of the best places to just relax and soak in the sun.
Located in the southern part of Taiwan, Kaohsiung is the island's largest industrial center and Taiwan's second largest city. This beautiful and modern port is well known for its scenery and charming seascapes. Visitors will enjoy a warm climate and a wide choice of attractions such as museums, temples and even shopping.
Before embarking in Keelung, the third-largest port in Taiwan, take a little time to do some sightseeing. This pleasant port city is home to such historical sites like the Sea Gate Barrier Fort and places of worship dedicated to Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy.
Hualien is the largest town on the east coast of Taiwan. A unique terrain feature of the east coast is the rugged landscape lined with spectacular mountains and steep cliffs. Hualien is located in a very scenic part of the country and is accessible by road, rail and air. This busy town which is also an international port sees a lot of tourist traffic as many use it as the gateway to the popular Tarako Gorge National Park. The town itself has a number of interesting eateries and shops with particular emphasis on marble souvenirs as marble are the main export. There are also some scenic stretches of beach as well as hot springs and river rafting activities in the vicinity.
Phuket Island, Thailand
Sun-worshippers from all over the world converge on this island to enjoy its beautiful beaches and tropical beauty. Others come to experience Phuket's hospitality and exotic culture. Here, you'll find ancient temples, exciting elephant rides, shopping galore, exotic Thai cuisine and even exhilarating cabaret shows.
Koh Samui, Thailand
Golden beaches, sapphire seas, coral reefs and abundant marine life, these are the ingredients that make up a tropical paradise. And you'll find them all at Ko Samui. There are also modern embellishments such as water sports, snorkeling and scuba diving. Or you can opt to explore the island's culture, traditions and cuisine.
Laem Chabang, Thailand
This port is the gateway to the wonders of Thailand's capital city, Bangkok. Her ornate temples and awesome palaces will captivate your heart! The floating market and along her streets are opportunities for major bargains not to be missed. It is also from here that you can embark on an exotic cruise to Indo-China.
Krabi is a province bordering the Andaman Sea in southern Thailand, offering diverse natural beauty ranging from clusters of tropical islands with palm fringed beaches to the lush tropical greenery of several land and marine national parks, wild life sanctuaries and fascinating caves dotted amidst calm azure waters. Visitors can just relax amidst this serene beauty and tranquility or indulge in a host of leisurely beach, swimming and underwater activities.
*Guests are advised to bring along suitable beach footwear.
*Guests are advised to bring along suitable beach footwear.
Formerly known as Tourane under French rule, it was the most important port in central Vietnam during the 19th century. It was also the landing point of the Americans during the Vietnam War. Today, Danang is the fourth largest city in Vietnam offering many fascinating cultural and historical places of interest such as the Cham Museum which was built in 1915, Cao Dai Temple and Ho Chi Minh Museum. Popular tourist spots include the pristine beaches at China beach and the cave temples of Marble Mountain with its intricate stone engraving. Danang boasts of some spectacular scenery and friendly locals who are ever willing to share a smile.
Halong Bay, Vietnam
Following the melodic voices of birds and scent of owers, let yourselves soak in the watery landscape enveloped in clouds and jogged rocks. Listen to the tale of King Dragon and Goddess from the boat people; experience the daily lives of the tranquil shing villages and see the junks moving to-and-fro on the emerald waters. What a captivating panoramic view that you will deeply perceive in Halong Bay, the rst-ever and internationally reputed UNESCO's World Heritage Site of Vietnam.
Hue, once the imperial capital of the Nguyen Dynasty was recently recognised as a Unesco world heritage site featuring many cultural highlights like the old imperial palace, citadel, temples and pagodas constructed more 300 years ago. Hue is also the place of origin for royal music and is well known for popular traditional dishes and intricate handicraft.