Beautiful Sydney and exotic Bali are among the hottest destinations for luxury cruisers and now Regent Seven Seas can take you there on an epic 67-night all-inclusive Grand Voyage called Down Under & Far East Grandeur.
Departing 20 January 2019, this luxurious adventure of a lifetime from Sydney to Hong Kong offers a richly immersive combination of ocean, river and land itineraries onboard the newly refurbished Seven Seas Mariner.
There will be time to swim Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach and visit the Opera House before stepping aboard the intimate, all-suite, all-balcony Seven Seas Mariner.
Once onboard guests will also have the chance to dive the World famous Great Barrier Reef and discover Australia’s rich Aboriginal culture as the luxury cruise ship sails north, before setting out for the Far East.
In Indonesia, encounters with ancient dragons await on the island of Komodo while on the nearby island of Bali guests are sure to be enchanted by the unique blend of cultures and history.
Sailing still deeper into South East Asia the lion city of Singapore will welcome Seven Seas Mariner and tempt guests with tantalising cuisine. While in Bangkok the legendary floating markets and Royal Palace await too.
This remarkable voyage of discovery also offers plenty of time for relaxation with Seven Seas Mariner visiting some of Asia’s most famous resort islands, including Phuket and Ko Samui.
The incredible Grand Voyage culminates with a spectacular arrival into the famed harbour of Hong Kong, where traditional junks float past towering skyscrapers.
Guests who are lucky enough to sail on this Regent Sydney to Hong Kong Grand Voyage receive a range of added benefits. There is a one night pre-cruise stay with dinner in a luxury Sydney hotel, a complimentary 15-night post-cruise land program from Hong-Kong to Shanghai, plus a four-night river cruise along China’s Yangtze River.
Of course, Regent Seven Seas Cruises also offer all the usual Grand Voyage amenities as well, like unlimited laundry service and a commemorative gift.
For more information about this Regent Sydney to Hong Kong voyage visit the Regent Seven Seas website.