QUEEN MARY 2 - WORLD CRUISE SECTOR 2021

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QUEEN MARY 2 - WORLD CRUISE SECTOR 2021
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Length: 36
21/02/2021
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Cunard Line

Summary

Ship:
Queen Mary 2
Cruise line:
Cunard Line
Duration:
36 nights
Departs:
Sydney, NSW, Australia

Inclusions

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Cruise Only package includes:
- 36 night World Voyage 2021 Sector cruise onboard Queen Mary 2 ex Sydney to Dubai
- Main Meals~ and entertainment onboard
- BONUS onboard credit per twin, US 360 inside, US $400 outside, US $500 balcony or US $850 suite cabin^
- Port charges and government fees

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36 Night World Cruise sector sailing from Sydney to Dubai aboard Queen Mary 2.

Find an idyllic balance of tropical reefs and modern meccas on this magical sweep between Sydney and Dubai. From skyscrapers to blue lagoons, your ship is never far from the action.

Highlights of this cruise:

Sydney
The stunning harbour city, Sydney, is Australia’s oldest and largest urban centre. Its fascinating modern history began in the year 1788 with the arrival of the ‘First Fleet’ of 760 British convicts.

Gold mining and sheep breeding propelled Sydney’s development, and today it’s the largest port in the entire South Pacific. Mark Twain called it “the wonder of the world”.

Brisbane
The capital of Queensland is a wonder. The Brisbane River meanders through the heart of the city, past the elegant Georgian buildings of native sandstone and their neighbouring towers of sleek glass.

Semi-tropical Brisbane is beautifully landscaped, with jacarandas, flame trees and bougainvillea thriving here. Tours from the city bring you face to face with koalas, kangaroos and wombats.

Hong Kong
Contradiction is part of Hong Kong’s attraction. While the city buzzes with modern commerce, soaring skyscrapers and sophistication, it remains a place of ancient beliefs and intriguing local customs.

Amid the sky-high buildings, discover the small gilded shrines, the endless market stalls of salted eggs, squid, medicines and remedies, and the red-sailed junks and sampans of the harbour.

Ho Chi Minh
The port of Phu Mey is one of Vietnam’s culinary centres, and your gateway to exploring history-rich Ho Chi Minh City and the seaside resort of Vung Tau. The vibrancy and history offered is enticing.

Still fondly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City is a continuous whirl of the aroma of fresh noodles, the sight of orange-garbed monks and the buzzing of scooters, all in a French colonial backdrop.

Penang
Penang is an alluring mixture of golden beaches and cultural gems. Along Malaysia’s north coast, Penang’s most famous beach is lined with luxury Asian hotels. The capital George Town is a UNESCO Site.

Meanwhile, traditional villages, or ‘kampongs’, sprinkle a countryside scented with nutmeg. Make sure you meet the giant reclining Buddha and some of the 1,000 statues of Kek Lok Si Temple.

Colombo
A beautiful landscape adorned with luscious greenery, stunning beaches, wildlife refuges and the ruins of ancient civilisations beckons visitors to Sri Lanka, an island inhabited by man for millennia.

Colombo’s delights are many and varied, with its eye-pleasing British colonial architecture, excellent museums, fine restaurants, and opportunities to shop for sapphires and rubies.

Dubai
Dubai is full of fascinating contrasts and distinctive blends. Here you’ll uncover Eastern and Western influences, extraordinary extravagance, stunning man-made resorts, and a culture that intrigues.

Beyond the endless shopping opportunities, there are memorable sights at every turn, including Jumeira Mosque, the glittering Gold Souq, and the Heritage Village showcasing Bedouin craftsmanship.

Itinerary

Sydney is located on the south-east coast of Australia. It is the largest and most populated city in Australia and the state capital of New South Wales. The city is built on hills surrounding Sydney Harbour where the Sydney Harbour bridge and the Sydney Opera House are located. The region features many bays, rivers, inlets and beaches including the famous Bondi Beach. Within the city are many picturesque parks including Hyde Park and the Royal Botanical Gardens. The most well-known attractions include the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Other attractions include Royal Botanical Gardens, Luna Park, some 40 beaches and Sydney Tower. The Rocks precinct includes the first colonial village of Sydney and some great shops, cafes and galleries are located here. Sydney also has several popular museums, such as the Australian Museum (natural history and anthropology), the Powerhouse Museum (science, technology and design), the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Australian National Maritime Museum. Things to see and do * Sydney Harbour Bridge * Sydney Opera House * Darling Harbour * Bondi Beach * The Rocks precinct Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Australian Dollar (AUD) Language – English Population – 4,504,469 approx Land Area - 12144.6 km² Electricity – 2 angled pins and 1 flat pin centered below Australian style Time – GMT plus ten hours International Country Telephone Code – + 61 Port Location – Cruise ships dock at the Overseas Passenger Terminal Circular Quay and Wharf 8 Darling Harbour. Both are located in downtown Sydney, within walking distance of the main shopping and tourist districts. Transport Links – Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is Australia's busiest airport and is the main gateway to Australia. It is located only 8km from the City centre in Southern Sydney on the northern shores of Botany Bay. Over 35 airlines fly in and out of Sydney Airport with daily flights linking Sydney to key destinations on every continent. Coach companies operate to Sydney from all capital cities, and many New South Wales regional centres. The Sydney coach terminal is located adjacent to Sydney Central train station in the City South. The New South Wales long distance train service CountryLink, runs at least daily services to Sydney from Brisbane, Melbourne, Canberra and many regions of New South Wales including the Mid-North Coast, New England, the Central West and the Southern Highlands. It also services Broken Hill weekly.

Brisbane is the capital and most populated city in the state of Queensland, Australia. It is situated at a bend of the Brisbane River, approximately 23 kms from its mouth at Moreton Bay. The city itself is very hilly; the CBD is only 2.2km and is easy to walk on foot. Popular tourist and recreation areas in Brisbane include the South Bank Parklands, Roma Street Parkland, the City Botanic Gardens, Brisbane Forest Park and Portside Wharf. The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary opened in 1927 and was the world's first koala sanctuary. Other attractions in Brisbane include galleries, wildlife parks, museums, markets and adventures. Visitors can relax at beautiful beaches and explore the river, bay, parklands, forests and mountains. There are festivals and events galore too. Things to See and Do * Queensland Cultural Centre * Brunswick Street Mall Markets * South Bank Parklands * Castlemaine Perkins Brewery * Mount Coot-tha * Brisbane City Hall and King George Square Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Australian Dollar (AUD$) Language – English Land Area – 4768 km² Population –2,004,300 approx Electricity – 2 angled pins and 1 flat pin centred below Australian style Time – GMT plus ten hours International Country Telephone Code – + 61 Port Location - The Portside Wharf cruise terminal is located on the Brisbane River in the suburb of Hamilton, 5km from the city centre. Transport Links - Brisbane Airport is 20 kilometres east of the city centre at Eagle Farm, north of the river. There are flights available to all Australian capitals and numerous regional centres from the domestic terminal. The international terminal is serviced by all major regional airlines and it is possible to fly daily to most Asian centres, the USA and New Zealand. Rail services include Countrylink which operates from Sydney and Queensland Rail has services from most centres in Queensland. Greyhound Australia links most other locations to Brisbane.

Yorkeys Knob is one of the beach suburbs of Cairns, the regional capital of Far North Queensland, Australia. It is located approximately 13 km north of the centre of Cairns, and is the third beach suburb after Machans Beach and Holloways Beach.This delightful Cairns Northern Beaches destination has everything to offer - safe swimming beaches, restaurants, shopping centre, accommodation, world class marina, sporting activities, car hire and really friendly locals. Nestled in the cove of Half Moon Bay is the Yorkeys Knob Boating Club serving bistro meals in an open air setting with expansive views of the marina and the ocean from the covered balcony. Visitors are welcome at one of the most popular golf courses in the Tropical North located at Yorkeys Knob. The main patrolled beach offers the protection of stinger nets in the summer season. Swim, sail, wind-surf, snorkel or dive on the Great Barrier Reef, or visit the World Heritage Rain Forests and Cairns City Things to See and Do * Water sports * Great Barrier Reef * Cairns City * Golf * Kuranda Skyrail Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Australian Dollar (AUD$) Language – English Land Area – 488.1 km² Population – 145,000 approx (Cairns) Electricity – 2 angled pins and 1 flat pin centred below Australian style Time – GMT plus ten hours International Country Telephone Code – + 61 Port Location - Cairns Seaport is the closest port to Yorkeys Knob and is located on Trinity Inlet. It is a picturesque port, with passenger terminals and marina facilities located virtually in the central business district. Transport Links - The Cairns International Airport is located only several minutes drive north of the city centre. Direct flights are available to and from Cairns from most eastern states. Several international carriers serve Cairns from various Asian cities and New Zealand. Long-distance trains operated by Queensland Rail's Traveltrain, run from Brisbane several times a week. Greyhound Australia buses pull into Trinity Wharf Centre on Wharf Street in the center of town. Buses travel from the south via all towns and cities on the Bruce Highway, and down north from Darwin and Alice Springs. Visitors arriving at Cairns Airport have various transport options to get them to Yorkeys Knob including taxi, shuttle bus, hire car or limousine transfers.

Darwin is the capital city of the Northern Territory, Australia. Situated on the Timor Sea, it is a cosmopolitan yet casual city, named after the naturalist Charles Darwin. East of Darwin, the Kakadu National Park is famous for its stunning Aboriginal rock art and its abundance of bush wildlife. Darwin's parks, harbor, and tropical climate make it lovely for strolling during the Dry. The city heart is the Smith Street pedestrian mall. One street over is the Mitchell Street Tourist Precinct, with backpacker lodges, cheap eateries, and souvenir stores. Two streets away is the harbor front Esplanade. In the old Wharf area, a walk from town, are a couple of tourist attractions, a jetty popular with fishermen, and a working dock. Cullen Bay Marina is a hub for restaurants, cafes, and expensive boats; it's about a 25-minute walk northwest of town. Northwest of town is Fannie Bay, where you'll find the Botanic Gardens, sailing club, golf course, museum and art gallery, and casino. Things to See and Do * Darwin Beaches * Territory Wildlife Park * Indo-Pacific Marine & Australian Pearling Exhibition * Mindil Beach Market * Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory * Crocodylus Park Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Australian Dollar (AUD$) Language – English Land Area – 112.01 km² Population –125,000 Electricity – 2 angled pins and 1 flat pin centred below Australian style Time – GMT plus nine and a half hours International Country Telephone Code – + 61 Port Location – The Darwin wharf precinct is located only 5 minutes drive from the Darwin CBD. Transport Links – Flights are available to and from most state capitals. There are also direct flights to Darwin from Asia. Greyhound Australia makes a daily coach run from Alice Springs. The Great Southern Railway's Ghan makes a weekly round trip from Alice Springs to Darwin. Rental cars, taxis and buses are available for getting around the city.

Bitung is the main deep-water port of North Sulawesi. Located on the eastern side of the province, Bitung provides easy access to volcanoes, parks and diving. It is known for its colorful marine life, in particular sea slugs. Tangkoko National Park is located at the foot of "Dua Saudara" mountain. The area is composed of impressive green hills and valleys and amazing natural scenery. There is a variety of animal life and dense vegetation. Along the Lembeh Strait are many tranquil beaches and the Batu Kapul sea garden. Here divers will enjoy pristine water and unique colorful marine life. Things to See & Do * Tangkoko National Park * Diving at Lembeh Strait * Batu Kapal Sea Garden * Swimming & beach recreation * Danowudu wildlife sanctuary General information Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Rupiah (IDR) Language – Indonesian Population – 100,000 approx Electricity – 2 round pins European style Time - GMT plus hours seven hours International Country Telephone Code – +62 Port Location – The port at Bitung is located approximately 47 km from Manado. Travel Links – The nearest airport is Sam Ratulangi in nearby Manado. Take a taxi or rent a car from the airport to get in here.

Hong Kong is a city-state situated on China's south coast and enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea, it is renowned for its expansive skyline and deep natural harbour. It is a major tourist destination as well as being one of the world's major business centres. It is also a bustling port and commercial centre with many luxury hotels and a highly developed transport system. Places worth visiting include Tsimshatsui complex – shops, restaurants and a space museum, the harbour and its magnificent skyline, The Peak – take a tram to the 'top' of Hong Kong Island for exceptional views and the Peak Tower, night markets, Ocean Park, with performing dolphins and killer whales, the floating restaurants, Repulse Bay, with the Tin Hau Temple overlooking the beach, Stanley Market, the New Territories countryside, the Chinese markets; Miu Fat Monastery, Chinese temples, Aberdeen, Lantau Island and the splendid Po Lin Monastery. There are delightful beaches on the islands of Lantau, Lamma and Cheung Chau. Things to see and do * Shopping * Victoria Peak * Hong Kong Disneyland * Man Mo Temple * Lantau Island * Tsimshatsui complex Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Hong Kong dollar (HKD) Language – Cantonese Land Area – 1,104 sq km’s Population – 7,100,000 Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time – GMT plus eight hours International Country Telephone Code – + 86 Port Location – Victoria Harbour is the harbour between the Kowloon Peninsula and the Hong Kong Island of Hong Kong. The harbour is famous for its spectacular panoramic views, and is located close to the city. Transport Links - There are many direct flights to Hong Kong to and from every continent in the world except South America and Antarctica. Flights between Hong Kong and other major Asian cities are extremely frequent. Hong Kong is only a 1 hour hydrofoil ride away from Macau, and there is good connections to mainland China as well. Kowloon Canton Railway runs regular Through Train service between Guangdong Province, Beijing and Shanghai. Hong Kong has an extensive public transport system including the underground, train, tram, bus, ferry, car and cable car.

Hong Kong is a city-state situated on China's south coast and enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea, it is renowned for its expansive skyline and deep natural harbour. It is a major tourist destination as well as being one of the world's major business centres. It is also a bustling port and commercial centre with many luxury hotels and a highly developed transport system. Places worth visiting include Tsimshatsui complex – shops, restaurants and a space museum, the harbour and its magnificent skyline, The Peak – take a tram to the 'top' of Hong Kong Island for exceptional views and the Peak Tower, night markets, Ocean Park, with performing dolphins and killer whales, the floating restaurants, Repulse Bay, with the Tin Hau Temple overlooking the beach, Stanley Market, the New Territories countryside, the Chinese markets; Miu Fat Monastery, Chinese temples, Aberdeen, Lantau Island and the splendid Po Lin Monastery. There are delightful beaches on the islands of Lantau, Lamma and Cheung Chau. Things to see and do * Shopping * Victoria Peak * Hong Kong Disneyland * Man Mo Temple * Lantau Island * Tsimshatsui complex Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Hong Kong dollar (HKD) Language – Cantonese Land Area – 1,104 sq km’s Population – 7,100,000 Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below Time – GMT plus eight hours International Country Telephone Code – + 86 Port Location – Victoria Harbour is the harbour between the Kowloon Peninsula and the Hong Kong Island of Hong Kong. The harbour is famous for its spectacular panoramic views, and is located close to the city. Transport Links - There are many direct flights to Hong Kong to and from every continent in the world except South America and Antarctica. Flights between Hong Kong and other major Asian cities are extremely frequent. Hong Kong is only a 1 hour hydrofoil ride away from Macau, and there is good connections to mainland China as well. Kowloon Canton Railway runs regular Through Train service between Guangdong Province, Beijing and Shanghai. Hong Kong has an extensive public transport system including the underground, train, tram, bus, ferry, car and cable car.

Chan May Port is located in the south-east corner of Thua Thien-Hue Province in Loc Vinh commune, Phu Loc district, Vietnam. Chan May is located between the main tourist locations of Hue City (75 mins) and Hoi An (1hr 45mins). Hue is the former imperial capital of Vietnam. It boasts the Imperial Citadel (Đại Nội), a great sprawling complex of temples, pavilions, moats, walls, gates, shops, museums and galleries, featuring art and costumes from various periods of Vietnamese history. The other great attractions in Hue are the Tombs of the Emperors, which are located along the Perfume River south of the city. The city of Hoi An boasts a beautiful Old Town, full of winding lanes and Chinese-styled shophouses. Other attractions in Hoi An include its Swan Boats, the Japanese Covered Bridge and the Quan Cong Temple. Things to See & Do * Imperial Citadel at Hue * Tombs of the Emperors - Hue * Hoi An Old Town * Swan Boats at Hoi An * City of Da Nang General information Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – đồng (₫) (VND) Language – Vietnamese Electricity – 2 round pins European style Population – 1,500,000 (Thừa Thiên-Huế province) Land Area - 5,054 km2 (Thừa Thiên-Huế province) Time - GMT plus seven hours International Country Telephone Code – + 84 Port Location – The port is located at Chan May. Travel Links – The nearest airport and railway station to Hoi An is in Da Nang, which has frequent connections to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and some flights to Bangkok, Singapore and Siem Reap, Cambodia (for Angkor Wat). Hue's international "Phu Bai" airport fields daily flights to and from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi. Several trains a day to Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Danang (4 hours) etc. The journey down south through the Hai Van Pass is particularly scenic, and from Danang you can take a taxi or motorbike to Hoi An.

The port of Phu My is the gateway to Ho Chi Minh City and the seaside resort of Vung Tau. From Phu My you can discover the fascinating tunnel network at Cu Chi, used by the Viet Cong during the war. At their height they stretched from the South Vietnamese capital to the Cambodian border. Vung Tau is a beach resort about an hour and a half by road from Ho Chi Minh City. From Vung Tau you can visit the Mekong Delta, Yagon and the Temples of Bagan as well as Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City (commonly known as Saigon) is the largest city in Vietnam and is located near the Mekong River delta. The city center is situated on the banks of the Saigon River, 60 km from the South China Sea. Most places of interest are located in the central District. A walk along the riverfront is an ideal way to enjoy the constant activity on the Saigon River, as small and large boats ply to and from the opposite bank. The rooftop bar of the Majestic Hotel gives the best bird's eye view of the river. The main shopping street in the city is Dong Khoi Street, which is full of gift shops, tailors, jewellers and restaurants. At one end of this street are Notre Dame Cathedral and the huge central Post Office, with its enormous portrait of the former President, Ho Chi Minh. Just off this busy shopping area on Dong Du is the Saigon Central Mosque. A cyclo ride through the busy streets to the Botanical Gardens is worth it, as is a trip to the small pagodas in Cholon. Things to see and do * Reunification Palace * War Remnants Museum * Cholon (Chinatown) * Dam Sen Water Park in District 11 and Saigon Water Park * Ben Thanh Market and Night market Cruise Season Jan - Dec Currency US Dollars (US$) and Vietnamese Dong (VND) Language Vietmanese Land Area 2,095 km Population 6,500,000 Electricity 2 pin round pins European style Time GMT plus seven hours International Country Telephone Code + 84 Port Location The port of Phu My (pronounced Foo Me) is the gateway to Ho Chi Minh City and is located 75km's from the city centre. Transport Links - Tan Son Nhat Airport is located around 7km (4 miles) northwest of the city center. Twenty-two airlines serve 18 cities in Asia and Europe. There are several bus stations around the city that each serve different destinations. The Vietnamese railway company, Duong Sat Vietnam operates one major route in Vietnam

Singapore is an island-state in Southeast Asia. Singapore City is by far the largest and most significant island alongside 63 others that make up Singapore state. Located at the mouth of the Singapore River, it is a modern, affluent city and the world's busiest port. A blend of the ancient and modern can be seen from the gleaming skyscrapers to Chinese and Hindu temples. Combining a lush tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a happening, vibrant nightlife scene, this Garden City makes a great stopover or springboard into the region. Things to see and do * Singapore River * Raffles Hotel * Chinatown * Little India * Night Safari Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Singapore Dollar (SGD) Language – English, Malay, Tamil, Mandarin Land Area – 699 km² Population – 4,500,00 Electricity – 2 vertical Square pins and one perpendicular below British style Time – GMT plus eight hours International Country Telephone Code – + 65 Port Location – Cruise ships use the HarbourFront (formerly the World Trade Centre) terminal located in the Berkit Merah zone close to central Singapore city. Transport Links - Another way in is by road from or via Johor Bahru in Malaysia. There are buses from Kuala Lumpur (KL) and many other destinations in Malaysia through the Woodlands Checkpoint and the Second Link at Tuas. Unfortunately, there is no central bus terminal and different companies leave from all over the city. The Malaysian state rail operator KTMB [22] runs daily trains, including a sleeper service, from Kuala Lumpur. Ferries link Singapore with neighbouring Indonesian province of Riau Islands, and the Malaysian state of Johor. Getting around Singapore is effortless: the public transportation system is among the best in the world and taxis are cheap.

Singapore is an island-state in Southeast Asia. Singapore City is by far the largest and most significant island alongside 63 others that make up Singapore state. Located at the mouth of the Singapore River, it is a modern, affluent city and the world's busiest port. A blend of the ancient and modern can be seen from the gleaming skyscrapers to Chinese and Hindu temples. Combining a lush tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a happening, vibrant nightlife scene, this Garden City makes a great stopover or springboard into the region. Things to see and do * Singapore River * Raffles Hotel * Chinatown * Little India * Night Safari Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Singapore Dollar (SGD) Language – English, Malay, Tamil, Mandarin Land Area – 699 km² Population – 4,500,00 Electricity – 2 vertical Square pins and one perpendicular below British style Time – GMT plus eight hours International Country Telephone Code – + 65 Port Location – Cruise ships use the HarbourFront (formerly the World Trade Centre) terminal located in the Berkit Merah zone close to central Singapore city. Transport Links - Another way in is by road from or via Johor Bahru in Malaysia. There are buses from Kuala Lumpur (KL) and many other destinations in Malaysia through the Woodlands Checkpoint and the Second Link at Tuas. Unfortunately, there is no central bus terminal and different companies leave from all over the city. The Malaysian state rail operator KTMB [22] runs daily trains, including a sleeper service, from Kuala Lumpur. Ferries link Singapore with neighbouring Indonesian province of Riau Islands, and the Malaysian state of Johor. Getting around Singapore is effortless: the public transportation system is among the best in the world and taxis are cheap.

Port Klang is a town and the main gateway by sea into Malaysia. Colonially known as Port Swettenham, it is also the location of the largest and busiest port in the country. It is located about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) southwest of the town of Klang, and 38 kilometres (24 mi) southwest of Kuala Lumpur. There are no attractions at Port Klang itself, however most visitors travel on to Kuala Lampur or Klang Town. Things to See & Do * Crab Island * Kuala Lampur * Klang Town * Tugu Keris - Kris Monument * Raja Mahadi Fort General information Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Ringgit (RM) (MYR) Language – Bahasa Malaysia, English Population – 1,113,900 approx (Klang) Land Area - 573 km2(Klang) Electricity – 2 vertical square pins and one perpendicular below British style Time - GMT plus eight hours International Country Telephone Code – +6o Port Location – The Port Klang Cruise Centre is at Westport, located on Pulau Indah, which is accessible by road via the Pulau Indah Expressway connecting to the KESAS Highway. Travel Links - Port Klang is served by the KTM Komuter service and trains stop at the Port Klang Komuter station. The electric train service links to Klang, Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam and other parts of the Klang Valley. A passenger ferry terminal to Pulau Ketam and an International terminal to Tanjung Balai and Dumai in Indonesia are also located in the area. The old ferry terminal used to serve regular passenger boats to Pulau Lumut and Telok Gonjeng terminal until the completion of Northport Bridge link. The former Klang bus and taxi terminal is located at Klang Sentral, which is about 8 kilometers away from the town centre. Buses to and from Kuala Lumpur, Port Klang, Kuala Selangor, Banting and other destinations are available.

Penang is an island off the northern part of the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is also the name of the Malaysian state which is made up of Penang Island and the facing strip of territory on the mainland called Seberang Perai (formerly Province Wellesley). Penang is one of Malaysia's main tourist draws with its rich multicultural history, full of colonial and Chinese influences. Its beaches are beautiful and there is a profusion of sites of worship of all different faiths. Georgetown, the capital of Penang, is a favourite spot for tourists as it has lots of pre-war houses and is also one of the favourite spot for the locals as most of Penang's pubs are located there. Another favourite spot for both locals and tourists is Batu Ferringhi, located on the north coast, with white sandy beaches, luxurious hotels and restaurants. Things to see and do * Penang Hill * Kek Lok Si ("Temple of Supreme Bliss"). * Bukit Jambul - Orchid, Hisbiscus & Reptile Garden * Penang Bridge * Botanical Gardens Cruise Season – Jan - Dec Currency – Malaysian Ringgit (RM) Language – Malay Land Area – 1046.3 sq km’s Population – 1,530,150 approx Electricity – 2 vertical square pins and one perpendicular below British style Time – GMT plus eight hours International Country Telephone Code – + 60 Port Location – Penang Port operates Swenttenham Pier on Penang island which handles cruise vessels. Transport Links - Getting to Penang both from within and outside Malaysia is easy as Penang is well-connected by road, rail, sea and air. Penang International Airport (PEN) is located in Bayan Lepas in the south of the island. Penang bus services are generally unsystematic and taxis have only just started using the meter system in 2006. The three-wheeled trishaw, still operates in certain parts of George Town.

Colombo is the largest city on the island of Sri Lanka. It is noisy, frenetic, but is relatively easy city to find your way around. To the north is the Fort district, the country's business centre, which has department stores, book shops, airline offices and is the site of the Central Bank, The World Trade Centre twin towers. There are also ample sights such as the clock tower, a former lighthouse, the president's residence (known by incorrigible traditionalists as Queen's House), and a cluster of colonial buildings which lend the district an aura of bygone Empire. Immediately south of here is Galle Face Green, a seafront expanse of occasional green graced by cricket games, kite flyers and trysting lovers. Cinammon Gardens, further south, is Colombo's most fashionable neighbourhood, with elegant mansions, tree-lined streets and the city's largest park. East of the fort is the pungent Pettah bazaar district. Walk through and marvel at the riot of goods - fruit, vegetables, meat, gems, gold, silver, brass and tin junk. Culture buffs shouldn't miss the National Museum, which has a good collection of historical works, the Art Gallery, which focuses on portraiture and temporary exhibits by local artists, and the city's many mosques and Buddhist and Hindu temples. After familiarising yourself with Sri Lankan culture, check out the island's fauna at the Dehiwala Zoo. The highlight here is an afternoon elephant show. The closest real beach is at Mt Lavinia, a faded resort 10km south of the city. Things to see and do * Pettah bazaar district * The Viharamahadevi Park * Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara – Buddhist Temple * National Museum * Cinammon Gardens General information Cruise Season – Oct - April Currency – Sri Lankan Rupee (Rs) Language – Sinhalese (official) Tamil (official) Land Area - 66,000 sq km Population – 19,000,000 Electricity – South African/Indian-style plug with two round metal pins above a large round grounding pin Time – GMT plus six hours International Country Telephone Code – + 94 Transport Links – There is air service to and from Sri Lanka, provided by Sri Lankan Airlines. Flights are available from origins throughout Europe, United States, Southeast Asia, China, Japan, the Middle East, India, and Pakistan. The most common mode of transport in Sri Lanka is via a three-wheeled automobile appropriately referred to as a three-wheeler. Buses run frequently, trains go to some areas and rental cars are available .

Abu Dhabi is the largest of the seven emirates that compose the United Arab Emirates and is located in the oil-rich and strategic Persian Gulf region. It adjoins the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman. Abu Dhabi city is on an island located less than a quarter-kilometer from the mainland and is joined to the mainland by the Maqta and Musaffah Bridges. Things to see and do * Petroleum Exhibition * Heritage Village * The old souk (market) * Al Hisn Fort * Sheikh Zayed's palace Cruise Season – Oct – April Currency – UAE Dirham (Dh) Language – Arabic Land Area – 60 km² Population – 1,850,230 Electricity – 2 pin Round pins European style or 2 vertical square pins and one perpendicular below British style Time – GMT plus four hours International Country Telephone Code – +971 Port Location – Transport Links – Abu Dhabi International Airport- (AUH) serves this city. Private vehicles and taxis are the primary means of transportation in the city, although public buses, are available.There are bus routes to nearby towns such as Baniyas, Habashan and the garden city of UAE Al Ain, among others. There is a newer service started in 2005 between Abu Dhabi and the commercial city of Dubai (about 160 km away). Abu Dhabi does not currently have a usable system of public transportation, but it is almost unnecessary, as taxis are very cheap- about $1.50, US will get you from one end of the city to another and rental cars are very reasonable.

Dubai is one of the most modern cities in the world; this city was a fishing and pearling village less than 50 years ago. The architecture of its modern buildings and sky scrapers is the finest in the Middle East. Sightseeing within the city center is split mainly between Deira, on the right bank of the Dubai creek and historic Bur Dubai on the other bank. Deira, is home to the best shopping and is the business and commercial centre of the city. Bur Dubai has less of a bustling atmosphere and is home to a number of tourist attractions, including the Dubai Museum, Grand Mosque and Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum’s House. Things to see and do * Bastakiya district * Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum’s House * Jumeirah Mosque * Bur Dubai Souq * Excellent Shopping Cruise Season – Oct – May Currency – UAE Dirham (Dh) Language – Arabic Land Area – 35 km² Population – 1,000,000 Electricity – 2 vertical square pins and one perpendicular below British style Time – GMT plus four hours International Country Telephone Code – +971 Port Location – The government-owned Dubai Cruise Terminal is located at Port Rashid. Jebel Ali Port is located 30km (18.5 miles) to the south of the city center but handles less passenger traffic. Transport Links - Dubai International Airport (DXB) is the busiest airport in the Middle East. The national carrier is Emirates, which flies to some 45 destinations in the Middle East, Europe, Australia, Africa and the Indian subcontinent. Buses run from Dubai to other parts of the UAE and surrounding countries. Long-distance taxis can take you to any other emirate on a shared or 'engaged' basis and passenger ferries make the 12-hour trip between Sharjah (a 20-minute drive from Dubai) and the port of Bandar-e Abbas in Iran daily. The older part of Dubai is best seen on foot or there are plenty of taxis and buses.

Dubai is one of the most modern cities in the world; this city was a fishing and pearling village less than 50 years ago. The architecture of its modern buildings and sky scrapers is the finest in the Middle East. Sightseeing within the city center is split mainly between Deira, on the right bank of the Dubai creek and historic Bur Dubai on the other bank. Deira, is home to the best shopping and is the business and commercial centre of the city. Bur Dubai has less of a bustling atmosphere and is home to a number of tourist attractions, including the Dubai Museum, Grand Mosque and Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum’s House. Things to see and do * Bastakiya district * Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum’s House * Jumeirah Mosque * Bur Dubai Souq * Excellent Shopping Cruise Season – Oct – May Currency – UAE Dirham (Dh) Language – Arabic Land Area – 35 km² Population – 1,000,000 Electricity – 2 vertical square pins and one perpendicular below British style Time – GMT plus four hours International Country Telephone Code – +971 Port Location – The government-owned Dubai Cruise Terminal is located at Port Rashid. Jebel Ali Port is located 30km (18.5 miles) to the south of the city center but handles less passenger traffic. Transport Links - Dubai International Airport (DXB) is the busiest airport in the Middle East. The national carrier is Emirates, which flies to some 45 destinations in the Middle East, Europe, Australia, Africa and the Indian subcontinent. Buses run from Dubai to other parts of the UAE and surrounding countries. Long-distance taxis can take you to any other emirate on a shared or 'engaged' basis and passenger ferries make the 12-hour trip between Sharjah (a 20-minute drive from Dubai) and the port of Bandar-e Abbas in Iran daily. The older part of Dubai is best seen on foot or there are plenty of taxis and buses.

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IC- Britannia Inside Stateroom AU $9,359
EF - Britannia Oceanview Stateroom AU $11,119
DC - Britannia Balcony (Obstructed View) AU $11,379
P1 - Princess Grill Suite AU $27,099

Category Pricing

Cabin:IC- Britannia Inside Stateroom
AU $9,359
Cabin:EF - Britannia Oceanview Stateroom
AU $11,119
Cabin:DC - Britannia Balcony (Obstructed View)
AU $11,379
Cabin:P1 - Princess Grill Suite
AU $27,099