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Australia to Singapore Cruise aboard Queen Mary 2 with visits to Australia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Singapore for 36 days

6.201€

About this cruise

Embark on a 36-day cruise in Australia, starting from Fremantle/Perth and ending in Singapore aboard the Queen Mary 2 ship. Explore enchanting destinations in Australia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Viet Nam, and Singapore during your voyage.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (6.201€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

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Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
17/02/2024 - 23/03/2024 8.630€ 10.930€ 11.910€ 31.160€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
15/02/2024 - 24/03/2024 - - 23.220€ 32.140€
17/02/2024 - 23/03/2024 12.410€ 18.580€ 25.910€ 37.250€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
17/02/2024 - 23/03/2024 11.460€ 14.070€ 15.200€ 33.020€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
17/02/2024 - 23/03/2024 11.460€ 14.080€ 15.200€ 33.020€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Fremantle / Perth (Westaustralien), Australia. Fremantle was founded in 1829 and was the capital of Western Australia in the early 19th century. For many migrants, the port city was the gateway to the land "Down Under". This is.

Day 2 - 4: Sea day.

Day 5: Adelaide (South Australia), Australia. The city of Adelaide, with a population of 1.08 million, is the capital of South Australia. It proudly calls itself the "Festival City," as it hosts the largest cultural festival in the entire Asia-Pacific region every two years in February/March. The streets of Adelaide`s city center are laid out in a grid pattern. The main street of the metropolis is "Rundle Street," which is home to numerous department stores, small shops, boutiques, and restaurants. At the port of Adelaide, you can still find beautiful old buildings such as the police station.

Day 6: Sea day.

Day 7: Melbourne (Victoria), Australia. Melbourne is an Australian metropolis that was founded by settlers in 1835. Unlike Sydney or Hobart, Melbourne was never a penal colony. The city has its own unique tradition and is characterized by beautiful architecture as well as charming art and culture. In addition to the settlers, you can also find the indigenous people of the city called "Aborigines". Melbourne offers numerous shopping, cultural, sports, and recreational opportuni.

Day 8: Melbourne (Victoria), Australia. Melbourne is an Australian metropolis that was founded by settlers in 1835. Unlike Sydney or Hobart, Melbourne was never a penal colony. The city has its own unique tradition and is characterized by beautiful architecture as well as charming art and culture. In addition to the settlers, you can also find the indigenous people of the city called "Aborigines". Melbourne offers numerous shopping, cultural, sports, and recreational opportuni.

Day 9: Sea day.

Day 10: Sydney (New South Wales), Australia. Sydney is the capital of the state of New South Wales and is located on the east coast of Australia. With its 4.4 million inhabitants, it is the largest city on the Australian continent and serves as the industrial, commercial, financial, and tourism center of the entire state. The landmark of Sydney is the sail-shaped opera house as well as the world-famous Harbour Bridge in the largest natural harbor in the world. There are over 70 different beaches in the Sydney region, including the popular Bondi Beach, especially for surfers. Other attractions of the city include the Taronga Zoo, the old town "The Rocks," the 305m high Sydney Tower, or.

Day 11: Sydney (New South Wales), Australia. Sydney is the capital of the state of New South Wales and is located on the east coast of Australia. With its 4.4 million inhabitants, it is the largest city on the Australian continent and serves as the industrial, commercial, financial, and tourism center of the entire state. The landmark of Sydney is the sail-shaped opera house as well as the world-famous Harbour Bridge in the largest natural harbor in the world. There are over 70 different beaches in the Sydney region, including the popular Bondi Beach, especially for surfers. Other attractions of the city include the Taronga Zoo, the old town "The Rocks," the 305m high Sydney Tower, or.

Day 12 - 14: Sea day.

Day 15: Yorkeys Knob (Queensland), Australia. The municipality of Yorkeys Knob is located approximately 15 minutes north of Cairns. With its beautiful sandy beaches surrounded by palm trees, it offers a popular retreat for visitors seeking peace and.

Day 16 - 18: Sea day.

Day 19: Darwin (Northern Territory), Australia. The casualness of the Outback reigns in Darwin. The nearby wilderness of the "Kakadu National Park" offers cave paintings and artworks of the Aborigines, 20,000-year-old rock form.

Day 20 - 21: Sea day.

Day 22: Bitung, Indonesia. Bitung is an Indonesian port city known for its coconut and fish processing industry. The sprawling city is a starting point for inland excursions. From the port of Bitung, local ferries al.

Day 23 - 25: Sea day.

Day 26: Hong Kong, China. The Chinese island of Hong Kong (in Chinese "Xiang Gang") has been part of the Chinese Special Administrative Region since July 1, 1997, along with Lantau Island and the Kowloon Peninsula. "Hong Kong proper" forms the settlement core of the island group with over 4 million inhabitants. The city is one of the world`s largest financial centers and serves as a hub for maritime traffic in the region. Attractions include floating restaurants at the harbor, the horse racing track "Tai Po," the beaches at "Castle Peak," the "Man Mo Temple," the bell tower at the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, which serves as a viewpoint of the city`s.

Day 27: Hong Kong, China. The Chinese island of Hong Kong (in Chinese "Xiang Gang") has been part of the Chinese Special Administrative Region since July 1, 1997, along with Lantau Island and the Kowloon Peninsula. "Hong Kong proper" forms the settlement core of the island group with over 4 million inhabitants. The city is one of the world`s largest financial centers and serves as a hub for maritime traffic in the region. Attractions include floating restaurants at the harbor, the horse racing track "Tai Po," the beaches at "Castle Peak," the "Man Mo Temple," the bell tower at the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, which serves as a viewpoint of the city`s.

Day 28: Sea day.

Day 29: Chan May, Vietnam. Located halfway between Hanoi and Saigon, Chan May is a convenient starting point for day trips due to its proximity to the imperial city of Hue. The nearby city of Da Nan.

Day 30: Sea day.

Day 31: Nha Trang, Vietnam. Nha Trang is a friendly coastal city with white, palm-lined sandy beaches and clear water, ideal for snorkeling and diving. Nha Trang is also famous for its excellent seafood. In the city, you will find numerous restaurants, cafes, and nightclubs. One attraction is the cathedral of Nha Trang, built in French Gothic style, and the temple of Chua Long Tu, located on a hill and featuring a nearly 15-meter-high white Buddha. From the bay, you can see the peculiar rock formations known by locals as "Buddha`s footprints." It is recommended to take a boat trip to the nearby islands. If you.

Day 32: Sea day.

Day 33: Phu My (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam. About 2 hours south of Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is the port city of Phu My. Attractions in and around Ho Chi Minh City: Reunification Hall, National History Museum, former US E.

Day 34: Sea day.

Day 35: Singapore, Singapore. Singapore is a city-state located at the southern end of the Malay Peninsula, just about 100 km north of the equator. The city is now one of the most important ports and trade centers in Southeast Asia. Singapore has a population of over 3 million, mainly consisting of Chinese, Malays, and Indians. Europeans and other ethnic groups complete the picture of this multilingual multicultural state. The clean and well-maintained streets and squares are striking; the metropolis is also one of the safest cities in the world. Some interesting buildings from the colonial era have been preserved, including several former British government buildings and the Raffles Hotel, w.

Day 36: Singapore, Singapore. Singapore is a city-state located at the southern end of the Malay Peninsula, just about 100 km north of the equator. The city is now one of the most important ports and trade centers in Southeast Asia. Singapore has a population of over 3 million, mainly consisting of Chinese, Malays, and Indians. Europeans and other ethnic groups complete the picture of this multilingual multicultural state. The clean and well-maintained streets and squares are striking; the metropolis is also one of the safest cities in the world. Some interesting buildings from the colonial era have been preserved, including several former British government buildings and the Raffles Hotel, w.