Southeast Asia From Hong Kong (14 Days)

Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line®
Hong Kong, China to Singapore, Singapore
Dates: 16 Mar 2019 - 29 Mar 2019

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DAY
PORT
ARRIVE DEPART
DAY 1
16 Mar 2019
Hong Kong, China
5:00 PM
DAY 2
17 Mar 2019
Day-at-Sea
DAY 3
18 Mar 2019
Ha Long, Vietnam
7:00 AM 5:00 PM
DAY 4
19 Mar 2019
Chan May, Vietnam
10:00 AM 7:00 PM
DAY 5
20 Mar 2019
Day-at-Sea
DAY 6
21 Mar 2019
Nha Trang, Vietnam
7:00 AM 5:00 PM
DAY 7
22 Mar 2019
Phu My, Vietnam
7:00 AM 6:00 PM
DAY 8
23 Mar 2019
Day-at-Sea
DAY 9
24 Mar 2019
Sihanoukville, Cambodia
7:00 AM 5:00 PM
DAY 10
25 Mar 2019
Laem Chabang, Thailand
8:00 AM
DAY 11
26 Mar 2019
Laem Chabang, Thailand
5:00 PM
DAY 12
27 Mar 2019
Ko Samui, Thailand
7:00 AM 5:00 PM
DAY 13
28 Mar 2019
Day-at-Sea
DAY 14
29 Mar 2019
Singapore, Singapore
7:00 AM
Southeast Asia From Hong Kong map

What's Included

Included

  • Accommodations | Meals (not including specialty restaurants) | Entertainment aboard ship

Not Included

  • Specialty restaurants are available with either nominal cover charges or fixed price menus and … la carte pricing in addition to the standard dining program | Items of a personal nature are not included, such as alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, spa treatments, indoor pool relaxation areas, certain specialty exercise classes, laundry, photographs, casino, ship-to-shore phone, email, Internet, fax and Shore Excursions (including all """"Dive In"""" programs) | Government taxes and fees are also not included

About Us

The beauty of sailing with Norwegian Cruise Line is all our ships are built to offer freedom and flexibility to all our guests. With Freestyle Dining®, we do not have set dining times or set tables, and we offer a variety of complimentary and specialty restaurants on board so guests are free to dine where they want, when they want. That gives them the freedom and flexibility to follow their every whim. Your guests want the kind of vacation they’ll talk about for years to come and we want them coming back again and again. When they take to the sea with Norwegian, they’ll find out what it means to Feel Free.

Insider Tip

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Terms & Conditions

Offers apply to select sailing(s). Fares are cruise only, per person, based on double occupancy, in U.S. Dollars. Government taxes & fees, and onboard service charges are additional. IMPORTANT NOTICE: NCL reserves the right to charge a fuel supplement without prior notice should the closing price of West Texas Intermediate Fuel increase above US$65 per barrel on the NYMEX (New York Mercantile Exchange Index). In the event a fuel supplement is charged, NCL will have sole discretion to apply the supplementary charge to both existing and new bookings, regardless of whether such bookings have been paid in full. Such supplementary charges are not included in the cruise fare. The fuel supplement charge will not exceed US$10.00 per passenger per day. Offers are based on availability, are capacity controlled, and combinability with other offers is subject to change or cancellation at any time per Norwegian discretion.Other restrictions apply. Norwegian is not responsible for typographical errors or omissions. c2011 NCL Corporation Ltd. Ships' Registry: Bahamas and United States of America.

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Add-Ons

Shore Excursions

Hong Kong, China - 16 Mar 2019

Offered by: East West Executive Travellers - China
Location: Hong Kong, China
Length: 3 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy • Wheelchair Acceesible
Experience(s): Sightseeing
Day Tour - Hong Kong Architectural Wonders

See Hong Kong's skyscraper wonders that puts the island on the map for Architectural brilliance. See different commercial and business hubs that creates an interesting inputs in Hong Kong's history.

Begin exploring Hong Kong in an architectural perspective. Being one of the commercial hubs of Asia, Hong Kong is one of the busiest cities in South East Asia. Tour begin with a visit to Hong Kong International Commerce Centre, a 118-storey building which is also Hong Kong’s tallest building. Opposite it is the second tallest building – Hong Kong International Finance Tower.

Following this is a visit to the Bank of China Tower. The design of this building is not just unique but also enough to pass the city's rigorous standards for wind-resistance. The tower was planned around a visible truss structure, which distributed stress to the four corners of the base. Using the reflective glass that had become something of a trademark of the designer.Similarly, there will also be another visit to another financial buiding - HSBC main building.

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Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Hong Kong, China
Length: 3 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Hong Kong After Dark - Evening Food Tour
The Temple Street Night Market is the last of its kind in Hong Kong. This iconic example of Hong Kong culture is bursting with energy and theater and is not to be missed. Vendors peddle their wares while fortune tellers look deep into the future and opera singers entertain the crowds. And everywhere is food. Palate-pleasing, taste-tempting foods of all description.

Your knowledgeable, local guide is the key to navigating the bustling streets to find the most authentic, delicious tastes around.

We'll stop at a Sichuan Specialty store to sample the tastiest pancakes in the city and visit a fish ball stall to try some famous Hong Kong curry fish balls.

The family atmosphere is apparent when you step into an herbal tea shop, now being operated by fourth-generation owners. Savor their fragrant, cleansing five flower tea.

Egg Puffs are among the most quintessential Hong Kong snacks. The ones we'll sample are hot, made-to-order and delicious! Next we'll take a step back in time to a 1950's cafe to try fried wontons with sweet and sour sauce.

Seafood is on the menu for our last stop. Enjoy a delightful fresh seafood and crispy chicken dinner, all served with a foamy, refreshing beer.

While the focus of this tour is food, you'll also get a generous helping of local culture, historical information and architectural gems along the way.

Departures:
06:15 PM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- You will have to take a taxi to the meeting location for this tour. More information will be provided on your voucher.
- Tour cost includes selected food and drink tasting at six locations.
- Total walking distance is approximately 1.5 miles.

Offered by: Urban Adventures
Location: Hong Kong, China
Length: 3 Hours
Meals: Snack
Recommended Ages: 5 and Above
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts
Kowloon Food Safari

Part foodie adventure, part culinary lesson, this Hong Kong food tour will tell you everything you wanted to know about the city’s food culture. You’ll head to Kowloon’s vibrant Jordan District, a working class area that’s a local favourite for its authentic and inexpensive restaurants and food stalls. The entire time, you’ll be eating and drinking like the locals do, stopping at Hong Kong-style cafés (known locally as cha chaan tengs) and open-air food stalls (known as dai pai dongs). Be warned, this is a tour for true food adventurers. We’re steering clear of 5-star restaurants and heading to family-run greasy spoons and chaotic food courts where tourists rarely venture. Sit elbow-to-elbow with locals, learn how to order in Cantonese, and experience the city’s authentic, no-nonsense culinary scene. You’ll check out Hong Kong’s wet and dry markets where vendors sell fresh and processed produce, and taste treats at a mix of independent diners, street stalls, and food courts with one thing in common: they’ve set the standard for traditional dishes in the city. You’ll taste locals’ favourites, from snacks, to mains, to Chinese desserts — sweet or savoury, authentic and tasty! Many of the restaurants you’ll visit will be family-run businesses where the owner is also the head chef and the vibe is deliciously authentic. These neighbourhood eateries are considered hidden gems by even locals. Along the way, you’ll learn plenty of facts about the Hong Kong food scene. Like, did you know Hong Kong has one of world’s highest per capita concentrations of cafés and restaurants? Or that Hong Kongers’ seafood consumption is four times that of the global average? Or that some specialities are listed as part of the city’s official cultural heritage? (Sorry, no spoilers here — you’ll have to take the tour to find out the full stories!) And don’t worry if you have any food allergies or aversions — your Hong Kong tour guide will help you pick dishes that match your tastes. Our tour is designed so that you pay for your own food along the way, so you won’t have to worry about wasting money on food you don’t want or like, or contributing to any food waste. If you’re still eager for more Hong Kong after all that food, your guide will gladly point out great places to grab a few drinks nearby — no matter whether your tastes are local dive bars or glamorous rooftop lounges that offer breathtaking Victoria Harbour views. We promise it will be an authentic Hong Kong culinary experience. So, ready to eat like a local? Note: Kowloon Food Safari is unique in that it’s about 50% cheaper than the average Hong Kong food tours but does not include in it the cost of food. You pay the restaurants directly only for the food that you want to try, at the quantity that you like. Whether you are a carnivore or a vegetarian, eat a lot or not that much, feel adventurous or prefer to stay more on the safe side, you won’t be wasting money on food that you don’t want. The average food cost per person is approximately 200 HKD (25 USD). But that can vary depending on how hungry you are! At the end of the tour we will stop for a bar beverage, at your own cost. Alcoholic drinks cost on average 100 HKD.

Offered by: East West Executive Travellers - China
Location: Hong Kong, China
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Moderate
Experience(s): Adventure • Culture, History & Arts • Sightseeing
Day Tour - Discovering The New Territories

Take the different side of Hong Kong and explore Kowloon Peninsula with several interesting stops. This program includes discovering old heritage areas as well as modern establishments and market visits.Tai Po New MarketThis market runs the length of Fu Shin Street in Tai Po. The one-storey shop-building at the entrance of the street is the last surviving building of those constructed in 1892. Fu Shin Street is still the main market street and the hub of Tai Po, providing residents in the area with a large choice of fresh produces, daily necessities etc.Lok Ma ChauLok Ma Chau is definitely not a visiting site to miss as it offers a good vantage point to glimpse the remarkable skyline of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone of China. Not forgetting the Lion Rock Tunnel as it is an outstanding example of a fortified village!

Wong Tai Sin Temple Visit Hong Kong's most popular Taoist Deity at the modern Wong Tai Sin Temple. On average, more than three million worshippers visited the Temple annually and no other Hong Kong Temple offers a full range of insights into Chinese religious beliefs and practices.

Jewelry Factory Hong Kong Take a behind-the-scene look at the fine art that has made Hog Kong the best in Asia.

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Offered by: East West Executive Travellers - China
Location: Hong Kong, China
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Moderate
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts • Family Vacations • Sightseeing
Day Tour - Highlights Of Hong Kong

Explore the highlights of Hong Kong in a day! Get to go to the famous places of Hong Kong and understand their culture and heritage.

Victoria Peak

Victoria Peak is one of the all time favourite in Hong Kong. It is the highest peak in Hong Kong with an altitude of 554 meters which is one of the many landmarks of the island. With its incredible height, it is the best spot to offer the bird's eye view of the Victoria Harbor that shows high and crowded buildings in the day and a magnificient night view of the city.

Aberdeen

“Floating Village of Aberdeen”, a quaint and charming village that is not far from the heart of Hong Kong, but seems like light-years away from it. Here you see rows upon rows of the old-fashioned junks and sampans, some house boats where the fishermen and their families still live. It is a very picturesque scene, with the unexpected touch of modernity right and left. The high-rises framing the harbor and the ultra-modern yachts moored not far away complete this picture of contrasts. You will then get to enjoy a 20 minutes Sampan ride around this fishing village.

Repulse Bay

Repulse Bay is the most spectacular bay in the southern part of Hong Kong Island. Its name was given during a 19th century battle when British army repulsed to attack the pirates. Depite having such a story in the past, Repulse Bay is now one of Hong Kong luxurious places. It is an up-market residential area for the rich and the famous. This crescent-shaped stretch of sands is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong and it is very popular with both the locals and visitors.

Hollywood Road

Having it as one of the first road built in Hong Kong, Hollywood Road has been one of the city's main thoroughfares for more than a hundred years. It was where the Chinese traders first bought their resources and perform trading with foreign traders to make a living. Now, it has been one of the tourists attractions due to its rich history and it is definitely the place to find antiques as it has been its norm from many years back.

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Offered by: Abercrombie & Kent Hong Kong
Location: Hong Kong, China
Length: 4 Hours 30 Minutes
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: 18 and Above
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts • Sightseeing • Walking & Biking
HONG KONG HERITAGE EXPERIENCE

Touch inner peace with a calming Tai Chi Lesson by a private Tai Chi Master, before opening your eyes to the magnifience of 1881 Heritage. Breathe in the fresh air of Ping Shan Heritage Trail and listen to the clatter of fortune telling sticks.

Offered by: East West Executive Travellers - China
Location: Hong Kong, China
Length: 6 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Moderate • Wheelchair Acceesible
Experience(s): Adventure • Air & Helicopter Tours • Culture, History & Arts • Sightseeing • Wildlife & Nature
Day Tour - Discovering the New Territories

Explore the different side of Hong Kong as you discover Kowloon & the New Territories. This region in Hong Kong can be attributed to the Convention for the Extension of Hong Kong Territory, a lease signed between the Qing Empire and the United Kingdom in 1898. Subsequently, China ceded these lands (present-day New Territories) to the British, giving them full jurisdiction to the area that was necessary to ensure proper military defence of the colony around the island. This New Territories includes 9 districts such as: North District, Sai Kung, Sha Tin, Tai Po, Islands District, Kwai Tsing District, Tsuen Wan, Tuen Mun, and Yuen Long.

Offered by: Abercrombie & Kent Hong Kong
Location: Hong Kong, China
Length: 8 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts • Food & Wine • Sightseeing
Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula

On this full day tour through the Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula, you’ll visit the local markets, feast upon an assortment of the city’s most popular foods, learn the architectures of the city and also ride on a traditional sampan along a fish village.

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