Embark on an unforgettable adventure, starting with a four-night Tokyo stay. Discover the vibrant city with a full-day and a Mount Fuji tour for breathtaking views of the iconic mountain. Then, board Diamond Princess and set sail through Japan into Vietnam. Immerse yourself in the local cultures and stunning scenery of each destination. Finally, disembark in Singapore for a two-night stay, where you’ll enjoy a Singapore tour and experience the city’s mesmerising nightlife. This incredible package offers the perfect balance of relaxation, adventure, and cultural immersion. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime journey!
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Fly overnight from the UK to Tokyo.
On arrival, take your private transfer to your four-star hotel for a four-night stay.
Tokyo full-day tour.
This tour is private to suit your interests and needs: choose from a selection of recommended sights to create your ideal itinerary. Learn about Japanese royalty at the Imperial Palace, take a peaceful stroll at Shinjuku Gyoen, be amazed by the bustle at Shibuya Crossing, and much more. Get to know Tokyo one neighborhood at a time on this tour that’s ideal for first-time or repeat visitors to the city.
Mount Fuju, Hakone & Bullet train tour
Join a full-day guided tour from Tokyo that travels to Mount Fuji, then continues to nearby Lake Ashi and the Mount Komagatake Ropeway. Enjoy the ease of comfortable transportation and a knowledgeable guide, who will accompany you to the revered Mount Fuji’s 5th Station. Take a short boat cruise on Lake Ashi and climb by aerial tram to the top of Mount Komagatake for views of Mount Fuji. Return to Tokyo by bullet train in the evening after taking in some of Japan’s iconic highlights.
Take your private transfer to the port and embark Diamond Princess for your 15-night cruise. Depart Tokyo.
Toba, located at the northeastern end of the Shima-hanto Peninsula in Mie, flourished as the castle town of the Kuki family who ruled this region from the 16th century. It was also a landing spot for visitors on the sea route to Ise-jingu Shrine and belongs to Ise-Shima National Park.
For centuries, Osaka was Japan’s cultural and commercial gateway to Asia – the point of entry both for trade goods and, most importantly, cultural influences that shaped Japanese society. From tea to Zen, from art to science and philosophy, Osaka was Japan’s contact with the great East Asian cultures that flourished in China and Korea. The city reached its zenith in the late 16th century, when the great feudal lord Toyotomi Hideyoshi made Osaka his capital. Toyotomi was master of Japan, and an immense administrative and commercial center rapidly developed around Osaka Castle. After Toyotomi’s death, the nation’s seat of power shifted from Osaka to a sleepy little fishing village called Edo – modern Tokyo. While overshadowed by Tokyo, Osaka remains Japan’s second largest city and a vital commercial center.
Modern Osaka is home to monuments from Japan’s past including Toyotomi’s immense castle and the Sumiyoshi Shrine. The city is also your gateway to Kyoto, Japan’s ancient imperial capital and the nation’s cultural and spiritual center.
The oldest Chinese reference to Taiwan dates back to the Han Dynasty in the 3rd century B.C. However, it wasn’t until the 17th century A.D. that Chinese Hakka traders first settled on the island. These bold merchants were soon followed by European and Asian adventurers seeking to control and colonize the strategic island. The most famous migration of all occurred in 1948, when the government of the Republic of China fled the mainland.
Taipei is one of the world’s most important commercial centers. Despite its turbulent history, Taiwan today boasts an economy that is the envy of the world. Modern Taiwan is a world leader in the production of bicycles, computer chips, plastics, chemicals and computer notebooks. Taipei is a sophisticated modern metropolis that has not forgotten its rich traditional past.
The port of Keelung is your gateway to Taiwan. Visit the bustling city of Taipei and other interesting areas surrounding on this fascinating island in the East China Sea.
Skyscrapers form a glistening forest of steel and glass, junks and sampans ply the busy harbor waters, and the green, dragon-crested hills of Kowloon beckon. Welcome to Hong Kong, one of the world’s great travel destinations. Now a semi-autonomous region of China, Hong Kong – literally “Fragrant Harbor” – has lost none of its charm, excitement or exoticism. Modern skyscrapers and luxury hotels climb the slopes of Hong Kong Island. Narrow streets are crammed with noodle vendors, fortunetellers and bonesetters. The endless array of shops offer the visitor everything from hand-tailored suits and ancient porcelain to the latest consumer electronics. And everywhere more than seven million people are moving at a breathtaking pace in one of the world’s great monuments to capitalism, commerce and enterprise.
The former Crown Colony has enough attractions to last a lifetime. To take in the entire spectacle, head to Victoria Peak for panoramic views. Enjoy lunch on one of the city’s floating restaurants. Walk down one of the crowded streets to take the city’s rapid pulse. And whether you think you are in the mood or not – shop. After all, you are in the duty-free capital of the world.
Chan May (Hue/Da Nang)
Chan May Port is located in the south-east corner of Thừa Thiên–Huế Province, Vietnam. It is operated by the Management Board of Chan May-Lang Co Economics Zone. Ownership of the Chan May Port may be assumed by the Vinashin Group in early
One of Vietnam’s most popular seaside resorts, Nha Trang offers white-sand beaches, azure waters and palm trees swaying in the breeze. Gaily painted fishing boats line the harbors. Small farm villages nestle in the countryside’s lush valleys. Yet this relaxed city of some 300,000 souls boasts a long and storied past.
Nha Trang was the capital of the Champa Kingdom, which dominated this corner of Southeast Asia for 13 centuries. North of the city, the great Cham Tower complex overlooks the Cai River and offers mute testimony to the kingdom’s glory. Today, the towers attract locals and visitors alike, many of whom come to meditate while contemplating superb views of the river and the bay.
Nha Trang’s tourist district consists of a scattering of colonial-era beachfront hotels and sidewalk cafes. The city was a popular spot for U.S. servicemen during the Vietnam War.
Phu My (Ho Chi Minh Ciity)
Over three decades have passed since the Vietnam War ended with the fall of Saigon. Today, the name of this bustling metropolis on the Mekong River is Ho Chi Minh City. Yet, the essence of the city, a major trading center since the 18th century, remains unchanged. The air is filled with the cries of street hawkers and honking horns. Bicycles, motorbikes and automobiles fly down the boulevards at dizzying speeds. And everywhere, friendly faces and warm greetings meet you.
The port of Phu My (pronounced “Foo Me”) is your gateway to Ho Chi Minh City and the seaside resort of Vung Tau.
Disembark in Singapore and take your private transfer to your four-star hotel for a two-night stay.
Glittering Singapore by night
Enjoy the best of Singapore after dark and see the glittering city lit up in all its glory. Start at Merlion Park and take a photo with Singapore’s official mascot before heading to Gardens by the Bay to experience the Supertree Grove and watch an incredible sound and light show. Admire the views across to Marina Bay, then head to Clarke Quay to see the bumboats that once carried the city’s cargo and take a cruise down the river to finish off your mesmerising night tour.
Take your private transfer to the airport for your return overnight flight to the UK.
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