Singapore, Far East Cruise & Hong Kong

18 nights
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Travel 29 Jan 2019 - 29 Jan 2019
Book by 31 Mar 2019

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  • 2 nts Marina Mandarin, Singapore - room only
  • 14 nts Celebrity Cruises, Celebrity Millennium, - Inside cabin full board
  • 2 nts Harbour Grand Kowloon, Hong Kong - room only
  • Flights with Qatar Airways from Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester or Birmingham. Travel 29th January 20. £850pp deposit.
  • This holiday is ATOL protected 2713
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2 nts Marina Mandarin, Singapore

room only

Enjoying an excellent location in the heart of the city, the hotel has direct access to the Marina Square Shopping Mall, Suntec City Mall and is within walking distance of the latest attractions.

14 nts Celebrity Cruises, Celebrity Millennium,
Inside cabin full board

The grand and luxurious Celebrity Millennium is the perfect base from which to explore worldwide destinations, from Alaska to Asia. Celebrity Millennium now boasts brand new staterooms, featuring eXhale bedding and Cashmere mattresses that will surround you in luxury - literally. Wine and dine in beautifully re-imagined restaurants and lounges, including our Main Dining Room, Oceanview Café, Sunset Bar, and Rendezvous Lounge. Discover the true meaning of tranquility in the newly redesigned spa, and indulge in new retail boutiques.

2 nts Harbour Grand Kowloon, Hong Kong

room only

This magnificent deluxe hotel has breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour and provides a respite from the lively city centre.

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Flights with Qatar Airways from Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester or Birmingham. Travel 29th January 20. £850pp deposit.

Cruise Itinerary: Celebrity Cruise (Singapore-Ho Chi Minh-Nha Trang-Hue/Danang-Taipei-Kagoshima-Okinawa-Hong Kong)


Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availabilty, terms and conditions apply.



Rich in heritage with a multitude of cultures and nationalities, the vibrant city of Singapore offers a refined taste of Asia and is just waiting to be explored. There are a multitude of things to see and do, with options available to suit every nature lover, culture vulture or food fanatic. There's not only an abundance of top attractions within the city's main areas - from Sentosa, the Night Safari and fascinating museums to Chinatown and Little India; but also hundreds of hidden gems to discover off the beaten track. Known for being a city in a garden, Singapore also boasts a lot of green space, from the Botanic Gardens (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Singapore Zoo, Gardens by the Bay and Jurong Bird Park to preserved rainforests, nature reserves, parks and hiking trails. For an alternative nature experience, take a bumboat back in time to off-shore island Pulau Ubin, one of the two remaining kampongs (rural village) in Singapore.

For those seeking retail therapy a Singapore holiday won't disappoint. Orchard Road is the prime shopping district, a mile long street filled with high street names, high-end luxury labels and everything in between. Alternatively, browse the shops of Chinatown and Little India, visit the historical Arab Quarter - particularly Haji Lane, or try out the city's numerous shopping malls and fascinating markets. With an excellent public transport network of buses, taxis and efficient MRT underground system, you'll have no problem navigating around the city – although it's also very easy to get around on foot.

Singapore is one of Asia's best foodie destinations and every taste and budget is catered for, from unpretentious and affordable local street fare to culinary gems created by Michelin-starred chefs. An ideal gateway to Asia's varied destinations, a Singapore holiday offers an opulent taste of the Far East.

14 nts Celebrity Cruises, Celebrity Millennium,
Inside cabin full board


A big city with overwhelming bright lights and bustling urban areas, Hong Kong is huge on entertainment, heritage, retail therapy and dining. The skyscrapers of modern Hong Kong sit cheek by jowl with old Chinese markets while sampans and junks bob around in the harbour. Full of unexpected sights of traditional culture mixed with twenty first century commercialism, the handover to China in 1997 has made little difference to the city and it is as exciting now as it ever was.

Hong Kong's two main urban areas are Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, which are separated by the deep waters of Victoria Harbour. Outlying areas include Lantau Island and the historic ex-Portuguese colony of Macao.

Hong Kong Island is regarded as the heart of the territory with glistening skyscrapers backed by green peaks that tower over districts dedicated to ancient Chinese medicine along with traces of the colonial era through English place names and double-decker trams. Kowloon offers an intoxicating mix of the very old and the strikingly new, teeming streets with tiny street stalls and smoky temples, only minutes away from upmarket hotels and fabulous boutiques.

For sweeping views of Hong Kong's skyline take the eight minute gravity-defying funicular tram ride to Victoria Peak, the highest point on Hong Kong Island. Back at street level there's much to see including the chic shopping districts of Wanchai and Causeway Bay or the bargains of Stanley Market; the curio shops hidden amidst alleyways of the Western District or the picturesque beach of Repulse Bay and the floating restaurants of Aberdeen.

For priceless views of the city jump aboard the Star Ferry for a bargain historic ride across Victoria Harbour to Kowloon, where the shopping opportunities appear endless. The ferry brings you to the district of Tsim Sha Tsui, a bazaar of shops, stalls, markets and malls while the neighbourhood of Mong Kok has seemingly endless shopping streets and the popular Ladies' Market.

If time allows, exploration of the outlying islands is recommended. Lamma and Lantau are renowned for their seafood restaurants and provide a rural contrast to the hubbub that is downtown Hong Kong. Lantau is also the location of Hong Kong Disneyland.

Getting around Hong Kong couldn't be easier. Along with the Star Ferry, the MTR (Mass Transit Railway) is quick, cheap and easy to use, and even runs under the harbour to connect Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Buses, trams and taxis are all in plentiful supply, but do spend time simply walking around to savour the sights, sounds and smells of this unique destination.

Culinary excitement is never far away on a Hong Kong holiday as it's thick with restaurants featuring food from each and every corner of the world. The prominent cooking style is Cantonese, with Dim Sum – a selection of little dumplings and dishes eaten with tea - the classic Cantonese way to start the day. The highest concentration of international cuisines can be found in Central, Soho, Wanchai and Tsim Sha Tsui.

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