Seabourn has announced its lineup of late 2015 and early 2016 itineraries in Asia onboard Seabourn Sojourn.
Available voyages include:
A pair of 14-day Myanmar & Malaysia voyages roundtrip from Singapore featuring three days to explore Thilawa (Rangoon), the city of Mandalay, and the 2,000-plus temples at Bagan. Cruises depart December 6, 2015, and February 14, 2016. (From $4,999 per person, based on double occupancy.)
Between December 2015 and February 2016, the line is offering its Vietnam & Thailand 14-day cruises between Singapore and Hong Kong. The cruise visits Halong Bay, as well as offers an optional two-day shore excursion to Angkor Wat in Cambodia - both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. A stop on Ko Kood Island in Thailand includes Seabourn's signature Caviar in the Surf and beach barbecue party. (From $5,999 per person, based on double occupancy.)
The 14-day Taste of Asia Food & Wine cruise departs Hong Kong bound for Singapore on January 3, 2016, with a team of leading culinary experts onboard offering cooking demonstrations, extended onshore shopping excursions, daily tastings of local food with wine pairings, regional tea time rituals, and more. (From $5,999 per person, based on double occupancy.)
The 21-day China, Japan & Korea cruise departs Hong Kong on March 13, 2016, with ports of call at Hualien and Keelung (Taipei) Taiwan; Naha, Kobe, Hiroshima, Fukuoka (Hakata) and Nagasaki, Japan; three days to explore Shanghai, and Zhujiajian (Putuoshan) and Xiamen in China. (From $12,499 per person, based on double occupancy.)
Departing Hong Kong on April 3, 2016, is a 14-day Pearls of the Philippines & Borneo voyage, visiting a bevy of islands in the Philippine Archipelago. (From $7,999 per person, based on double occupancy.)
Additionally, the line is offering optional UNESCO World Heritage Tours and special World Heritage Discovery Tours, featuring enhanced content developed in cooperation with UNESCO World Heritage site managers and tour experts. Sample ports featuring tours to World Heritage Sites include Ha Long Bay, Vietnam; Angkor Wat, Cambodia; and Mt. Kinabalu National Park in Borneo.