An Exotic Journey, A Beguiling Destination.
How do we even begin to describe the sheer spectacle of ancient temples wedged between soaring skyscrapers? Or lush green islands a stone’s throw away from the sights, sounds, and smells of pulsating cities? Or paying 30 cents to hop aboard a double-decker tram, then pass by some of Asia's most lavish homes, from luxury contemporary architecture to more ornate and traditional.
It’s this bewildering juxtaposition of East meets West, traditional versus modern, opulence beside rustic, that makes Asia so exciting to millions of travelers from all over the world. It’s also why you should be one of them.
With a greatest hits list of Asian cities like Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai, Beijing, Mumbai, and Bangkok, we’ll take you to places that will change the way you see the world. Longer stays and more overnights mean you can explore further in off-the-beaten-path destinations like Oman, Myanmar, and Vietnam’s Halong Bay. Experience more, things like hop aboard a dhow river cruise, explore the land of pagodas, and go “where the dragon descends into the sea.”
This is just a sampler of all the incredible experiences in store for you. An Asia cruise with Azamara® offers the journey of a lifetime.
Featured Asia Voyages
Japan Intensive Voyages
Our Japan intensive voyages give you more time in one of the world’s most intriguing destinations – including overnights in Tokyo. Visit sacred shrines, marvel at timeless architecture, and stand in awe of Mount Fuji – one of Japan’s Three Holy Mountains. From tranquil temples and gardens to the bright lights of Tokyo, Japan has something for everyone.
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