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Offer: Save or Spend! Save up to $3,000* off the price of your cruise now or get up to $3,000+ in onboard credits to spend during your voyage later.

• Club Interior/ Oceanview - $500* Savings per person OR US$500+ Onboard Credit per person
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• Club Suites - $1,500* Savings per person OR US$1,500+ Onboard Credit per person

Thailand & Vietnam
10 nights from $2576pp  | Azamara Quest | Departing 26 November 2018
Inclusions: Accommodation + Meals and beverages 
Singapore > Ko Samui > Bangkok (Klong Toey) > Ho Chi Minh City > Singapore

After beginning in Singapore, you’ll spend a day at sea, just to help you recover from the excitement of this ultramodern Asian metropolis. Next, it’s on to the island of Koh Samui in Thailand, where surely Pantone colour 3242 was conceived: a perfect sea green.  Onshore, you’ll be greeted by white sand, coconut groves, and elephant rides for the adventurous. In Bangkok, you’ll spend two nights, but probably not sleep: too many palaces, red-light districts, and places to enjoy an authentic Thai meal. Spend time in Chinatown getting lost in the labyrinthine Flower and Thieves markets. Go behind the scenes of the privately owned Prasart Museum, a lush cultural garden oasis. Or visit the Grand Palace, a complex of buildings that once housed the Kings of Siam as far back as 1782. With two days in port, you’ll have time for all three.

After a relaxing day at sea, Vietnam is next up. Ho Chi Minh City is an adventure in itself. Watch motorcycles ride by with mattresses or a tower of chairs on their backs. Take a walk past neighbourhoods hidden down tiny alleyways. And save your appetite for the large variety of famous street food. Two days in Vietnam present the opportunity to sail down the Mekong Delta, where you’ll get a look into the lives of river dwellers and have the chance to visit a traditional home. One more day at sea brings you back to where it all began, so you can see everything you missed the first time.

Adriatic Wonders Voyage
7 nights from $2630pp | Azamara Quest | Departing 29 September 2018
Inclusions: Accommodation + Meals and beverages 
Venice > Ravenna > Hvar > Kotor > Dubrovnik > Koper > Venice

Experience the classic beauty of the Mediterranean on this exceptional voyage. Beginin Venice and spend the day exploring its romantic waterways and St. Mark’s Square before a breathtaking sunset departure from port. In Ravenna, visit the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia and the stunning mosaics UNESCO calls “artistically perfect". Next up is Hvar, where you can stroll lavender fields, relax on pristine beaches and tour a vineyard—this is one of the top winemaking regions in Croatia. The city of Kotor in Montenegro offers maze-like cobblestone streets lined with bars, restaurants, shops, and hidden piazzas. Up for a challenge? Climb the 1,350 steps to the upper town walls and be rewarded with sweeping views of the city, and the medieval St. John’s Fortress.

After an extended stay in Kotor you're off to Dubrovnik to find paradise behind the massive stonewalls that protect winding streets, charming squares, and red-roofed buildings dating back to the 7th century. A late arrival in Koper means you'll be well rested and ready to explore this gateway to intercontinental adventures. Cross the border into the Italian coffee capital of Trieste for a cappuccino at Caffe San Marco, trek through the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Skocjan Caves, or simply roam the streets of Koper's Old Town. Return to Venice with one foot in the present, the other in the past.

Australia & Indonesia Voyage
14 nights from $3416 | Azamara Quest | Departing 08 March 2019
Inclusions: Accommodation + Meals and beverages 
Cairns > Thursday Island > Darwin > Komodo > Bali (Benoa) > Surabaya > Borobudur (Semarang) > Singapore 

Discover outback life and temple life in the strikingly different worlds of Australia and Indonesia. Arrive early in Cairns to snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef, relax on white sand beaches, explore tropical rainforests and sample the town’s lively bars and restaurants. Put on your explorer’s hat for the frontier capital of Darwin, the perfect place for an overnight stay. See some of the world’s oldest rainforests and rock art, dine on Asian-inspired cuisine on the waterfront, visit a crocodile park, and learn about Bush culture. After a restful sea day, meet indigenous Torres Strait Islanders and learn the riveting World War II history of Thursday Island.

Indonesia is a world apart with its ancient Hindu traditions and shimmering green landscapes. Be on the lookout for supersized Komodo dragons or idle away a day on a 
pink coral beach. You’ll be seduced by Bali’s musical culture, water temples and terraced rice paddies. In Surabaya, wind your way through the Arab Quarter’s narrow streets to a historic 1421 mosque, visit one of Indonesia’s largest Chinatowns, or see old Dutch buildings and a clove museum where women hand-roll clove cigarettes.

Don’t miss Borobudur, the world’s largest Hindu monument with hundreds of Buddhas and reliefs.

Java Sea & Western Australia
16 nights from $5307pp | Azamara Quest | Departing 06 December 2018
Inclusions:Accommodation + Meals and beverages
Singapore > Jakarta > Borobudur (Semarang) > Surabaya > Bali (Benoa) > Komodo > Broome > Exmouth > Geraldton > Perth

If there is a better place to begin a voyage than Singapore, we have yet to find it. This stunning city is filled with delicious food and amazing architecture, so an early arrival is encouraged.

From Singapore, we go east. A stop in Semarang, Indonesia, offers time to learn the traditional art of batik making. Or at least time to shop for this beautiful traditional Javanese cloth, if that’s more of your style. The Buddhist monument and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Borobudur is another major reason to travel on this voyage. Set on a remote hilltop in central Java, surrounded by lush green vegetation and ringed by volcanoes, more than 500 Buddha statues are perched around the magnificent temples. And then fall in love with Bali. It is difficult not to, especially in secluded spots like Padang Padang, a setting for the film Eat Pray Love. Then sail to Komodo, where you probably won’t fall in love with the dragons, but they are fascinating. And real. Just smaller than you imagined.

After two days at sea, we arrive on the Kimberley coast of Western Australia, known by some as the Pearl Coast because of the mother-of-pearl shells. Take an excursion to Purnululu National Park, and see the stunning beehive karsts of the Bungle Bungle range, striped in alternating bands of orange and gray. Another sea day takes you to Exmouth, where you can swim with whale sharks or see marine turtles nest. On the way to our final destination in Perth, stop in Geraldton, whose skyline is dominated by the beautiful Byzantine St. Francis Xavier Cathedral. Also worth a visit is the haunting HMAS Sydney II Memorial, offering expansive views.

Conclude your voyage with an overnight in Perth, where sandy beaches and sprawling city skylines collide. There’s a whole lot of wonder in the Land Down Under.
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