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Sapphire, Malaysian Peninsula & Indonesia ex Singapore Return

Ship: Sapphire Princess View ship details

Cruise Line: Princess Cruises

Selected Sailing Date: 28 Dec 2019

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Cabin Twin Triple Quad Single
IF - Cat Interior Stateroom
IE - Cat Interior Stateroom
ID - Cat Interior Stateroom
IC - Cat Interior Stateroom
IB - Cat Interior Stateroom
IA - Cat Interior Stateroom N/A
OZ - Cat Oceanview Stateroom (Obstructed) N/A N/A
OY - Cat Oceanview Stateroom (Obstructed)
OW - Cat Oceanview Stateroom (Obstructed)
OV - Cat Oceanview Stateroom (Obstructed) N/A N/A
OF - Cat Oceanview Stateroom N/A N/A
OC - Cat Oceanview Stateroom N/A N/A
O5 - Cat Premium Oceanview Stateroom N/A N/A
BF - Cat Balcony Stateroom N/A N/A
BE - Cat Balcony Stateroom N/A N/A
BD - Cat Balcony Stateroom N/A N/A
BC - Cat Balcony Stateroom N/A N/A
BB - Cat Balcony Stateroom N/A N/A
B4 - Cat Premium Balcony Stateroom N/A N/A
B2 - Cat Premium Balcony Stateroom N/A N/A
ME - Cat Mini Suite N/A N/A
MB - Cat Mini Suite N/A
M1 - Cat Club Class Mini Suite N/A
S3 - Cat Penthouse Suite N/A

** Pricing is Per Person, including all taxes.

* Fares displayed are lowest available and may not include Promotional Benefits

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Cruise Description

10 Night Cruise sailing from Singapore roundtrip aboard Sapphire Princess.

Experience the next generation of Personal Choice cruising aboard the Sapphire Princess. Picture yourself at the poolside bar under a huge glass-roofed conservatory. Imagine a soaring atrium with boutiques, art gallery, library and intimate bars. In this rarefied environment, do more of what you want to do, when you want to.

Highlights of your cruise:

The island of Singapore is situated off the southern extremity of the Malay Peninsula, to which a causeway carrying a road, railway and waterpipe joins it. Singapore City was founded in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles of the British East India Company, who recommended that different areas of the town be set aside for the various ethnic groups. The best way to experience the remarkable diversity of the city is on foot: the traditional architecture, customs and cuisine of the various ethnic areas form a fascinating contrast with the lavish, space-age shopping centres of Orchard Road and Raffles City.

Bali (Benoa), Indonesia
For over a century, Bali has fascinated the Western imagination. The island embodies the very essence of the exotic and mysterious East. Steep hillsides of tropical green reveal terraced rice paddies while plantations of coffee, banana, cacao and fragrant spices line the roads. Monkeys haunt the grounds of a sacred temple in a forest, while traditional villages produce intricately stylized batik, superb jewelry and beautiful paintings. And Balinese dance, with its angular movements and rhythms, remains somehow stirring and shocking. Bali may be accessible, but it remains forever exotic.

For all Bali's scenic beauty, the island has weathered great natural disasters, from the 1963 eruption of Mt. Agung to a massive earthquake in 1976. The island emerged relatively unscathed from the great tsunami of 2004.

Note: All motorcoaches are equipped with air-conditioning.

Kuala Lumpur (Port Kelang), Malaysia
From a lawless huddle of kampongs in the trackless jungle, Kuala Lumpur, the capital city has grown into a fascinating metropolis. Steel and glass towers stand side by side with graceful stone colonial buildings and mosques adorned with slender minarets. The commercial, financial, economic and cultural heart of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (better known as KL), is a melting pot. Its population of 1.6 million is comprised of Malays, Chinese, Indians, and a mix of different cultures including Eurasians and others.

Kuala Lumpur is located at the confluence of the Klang and Gombak Rivers. The city was founded in the 1850s as a tin mining outpost.

Penang, Malaysia
In 1786 Francis Light persuaded the Sultan of Kedah to cede Pulau Pinang - the "Isle of Betel nut" - to the English crown. Legend has it that Light persuaded his men to clear the overgrown island of Penang by firing a cannon filled with gold coins into the jungle as an incentive. The island was renamed Prince of Wales Island, and its major town was christened Georgetown after King George III. Whether the story is true or not, Penang quickly became a major trading port for tea, spices, china and cloth. Here European, Malaysian, Hindu, Arabic and Chinese cultures met, melded and flourished. Today George Town is a cosmopolitan city that has preserved its unique heritage and its exotic blend of cultures.

George Town is perhaps the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia. It boasts a European-style esplanade and a wealth of temples, mosques and Chinese clan houses. Listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 2008, this virgin paradise has no shortage of cultural sights and natural scenery.

Phuket, Thailand
Hailed as the "Pearl of the Andaman Sea," this island off Thailand's long southern coast boasts a colorful history. A crossroads for trade, Phuket has been a melting pot of Thai, Malay, Chinese and Western influences. Its importance over the past 500 years stemmed from the island's natural resources, which include tin, hardwoods and rubber. In the past half-century, Phuket has enjoyed wide popularity as one of the premier travel destinations in Southeast Asia. Travelers are drawn to the island's beaches, crystalline waters, and dramatic, forested hills.

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