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Thailand & Vietnam Cruise with Dubai Stay

from €2450 per person
When you are onboard Mariner of the dance the night away in the nightclub. From ice-skating and in-line skating to golf and fantastic theatre shows - you'll be spoilt for choice. Other sports you may like to try aboard Mariner of the Seas include rock climbing, football, basketball and volleyball.
Staff Comment
If you’ve mastered ice skating, why not try inline skating up on deck? And there’s always the climbing wall and full-size basketball court for some energetic action
Offer Summary
  • All Flights Included
  • 2 Nights 4* Swissotel The Stamford Singapore
  • 7 Night Cruise onboard Mariner of The Seas
  • 5 Nights 4* JA Ocean View Hotel, Dubai
  • Prices shown are for travelling February 2018
  • Based on 2 Sharing
  • Quote Ref 1504523

Interior Cabin

Interior

Ocean View Cabin

Ocean View

Upgrade to this cabin for €50

Balcony Cabin

Balcony

Upgrade to this cabin for €160

Day to Day Itinerary - Thailand & Vietnam Cruise on the 'Mariner of the Seas'

8th Feb 2018

Singapore

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Singapore

Day 1 | Arrive at 8am

A medley of sights, tastes and colours awaits you in this immaculately groomed city. The food’s legendary: you’ll detect Chinese, Malay and Indian influences. Work it off walking through the Botanic Gardens, an oasis akin to a tropical Central Park.

At Sea

9th Feb 2018

At Sea

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At Sea

Day 2

Ho Chi Minh City (Vung Tau)

10th Feb 2018

Ho Chi Minh City (Vung Tau)

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Ho Chi Minh City (Vung Tau)

Day 3 | Arrive at 7am (12 hour stay) | Depart at 7pm (36 hour sail)

At Sea

11th Feb 2018

At Sea

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At Sea

Day 4

Bangkok (Laem Chabang)

12th Feb 2018

Bangkok (Laem Chabang)

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Bangkok (Laem Chabang)

Day 5 | Arrive at 12am (13 hour stay) | Depart at 1pm (43 hour sail)

Glide by canal through the gilded Venice of the East. Watch the sun turn Wat Arun temple to pearl; imagine past intrigues in the courtyards of the Grand Palace of the Kings of Siam, or admire the rare orchids on offer in the market of Chatuchak.

Bangkok (Laem Chabang)

13th Feb 2018

Bangkok (Laem Chabang)

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Bangkok (Laem Chabang)

Day 6 | Arrive at 12am (13 hour stay) | Depart at 1pm (43 hour sail)

Glide by canal through the gilded Venice of the East. Watch the sun turn Wat Arun temple to pearl; imagine past intrigues in the courtyards of the Grand Palace of the Kings of Siam, or admire the rare orchids on offer in the market of Chatuchak.

At Sea

14th Feb 2018

At Sea

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At Sea

Day 7

15th Feb 2018

Singapore

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Singapore

Day 8 | Arrive at 8am (8 hour stay)

A medley of sights, tastes and colours awaits you in this immaculately groomed city. The food’s legendary: you’ll detect Chinese, Malay and Indian influences. Work it off walking through the Botanic Gardens, an oasis akin to a tropical Central Park.

Staff Tips -
Jeni McIlroy

Jeni McIlroy
Senior Travel Consultant

  • The UAE is extremely safe for women travellers, nevertheless women travelling alone are a novelty and you may find yourself at the focus of unwanted attention. You will probably have a more relaxed visit if you stay in one of the four or five star hotels, especially if you can use the hotel's private beach facilities.
Sharon Kelly

Sharon Kelly
Senior Travel Consultant

  • Be careful in summer as jellyfish can be a problem. Check with your hotel or heed local warnings as they can give you a nasty sting.
  • For peace and greenery, have cocktails at One & Only Mirage or the Park Hyatt, Dubai Creek.
  • The best months to visit are November to May, when the weather is great and just perfect enough to be able to explore.
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