11 April 2020 • 23 Days Eastern Revelations Tokyo to Singapore • Fly, Stay & Cruise Package

  • Pricing

    Inside Stateroom

    per person twin share from

    Inside Stateroom  –  $11,551

    Oceanview Stateroom  –  $12,221

    Balcony  –  $15, 201

    Suite  –  **SOLD OUT**


    Oceanview Stateroom

    • Economy class airfare from Australia* to Tokyo, returning from Singapore
    • 2 night pre-cruise stay at the Hyatt Regency Hotel Tokyo, including breakfast
    • 18 night cruise from Tokyo to Singapore aboard Nautica
    • All main meals and entertainment onboard

    • Olife Choice, choose from the following – FREE – up to 8 Shore Excursions or FREE – Beverage Package or FREE – up to US$800 Shipboard Credit

    Balcony Stateroom

    • 2 night post-cruise stay at the York Hotel Singapore, including breakfast
    • Transfers between airport, hotel and port throughout
    • Port charges, cruise gratuities, government fees and air taxes





  • Itinerary

    Day 1 – 2: Sat 11 April 2020. Tokyo, Japan

    Fly with Singapore Airlines from Australia to Tokyo. Private car transfer from airport Narita to hotel, stay 2 nights.  Dazzling cityscapes await your exploration; visit Asakusa for the bright lights, street fairs and Senso-ji Temple; the Tsukiji Market, the largest open-air fish market in the world with on-the-spot sushi; and the Imperial Palace’s East Garden for some calm. Spend the evening in the bright, active Ginza District, where the night comes alive. Hyatt Regency Tokyo Hotel, includes breakfast.

    Day 3: Mon 13 April – Boarding from 1pm, overnight. Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan
    Private transfer from hotel to Yokohama port. 

    Day 4: Tue 14 April – Tokyo (Yokohama), Japan. Depart 4pm

    Day 5: Wed 15 April – Shimizu, Japan. 7am to 2pm

    In the shadow of Mount Fuji, Shimizu is one of the most beautiful ports in Japan. Walk through the pine groves of Miho, home to a 650-year-old Japanese black pine, or enjoy spectacular views of Mount Fuji from the lush, forested hill of Nihondaira. Take in the seascapes on a bay cruise, or learn of undersea delights at Japan’s first sushi museum. For a historic angle, get a glimpse at feudal life in Japan in 200 BC at the archaeological site of Toro.

    Day 6: Thu 16 April – Osaka, Japan. 9am to 7pm

    Prior to the 8th century Nara period, the capital of Japan moved with each new emperor, and Osaka was one of those earliest capitals, then known as Naniwa. During the Edo period, Osaka grew into a commercial center of the rice trade and became known as “the nation’s kitchen,” a moniker now applied because of the city’s reputation for cuisine so good that, as the saying goes, people go broke buying it. A vibrant arts culture also developed in the 17th century, including the famous kabuki and bunraku theaters that can still be seen today. Devastated during World War II, Osaka reemerged as a maze of bridges and skyscrapers flanking a moated castle that stands in the city center as a reminder of a regal past. The skyline gains further allure from the illumination of several Ferris wheels, unique status symbols of modern Japanese cities.

    Day 7: Fri 17 April – Hiroshima, Japan. 9am to 6pm

    Visit the skeletal A-Bomb Dome, the Peace Memorial Park and Museum and the statue dedicated to the children who died after the atomic bomb was dropped on this city in 1945. Stroll through beautifully landscaped Hiroshima Gardens, visit the rebuilt Hiroshima Castle or journey to the exquisite sacred island of Miyajima and see the extraordinary Itsukushima Shrine.

    Day 8: Sat 18 April  – Cruising the Kanmon Strait

    Day 9 & 10: Sun 19 to Mon 20 April – Shanghai, China. Arrive 4pm, overnight

    See the amazing contrasts of this burgeoning city, from the broad European-style Bund to the soaring ultra-modern buildings. Visit the magnificent art museum and the renowned 16th century Yu Yuan Gardens. Enjoy the city by night, see an acrobatic show, browse in local markets or take a trip to one of the famed garden cities of Suzhou or Wuxi.

    Day 11: Tue 21 April – Cruising the East China Sea

    Day 12: Wed 22 April – Ishigaki, Japan. 10am to 7pm

    Discover this remote and picturesque island’s lush mountains, beautiful beaches and magnificent coral reef from island viewpoints. See the native palm forest and the lavishly decorated Chinese tomb. Step back in time and travel to the tiny island of Taketomi-jima with its treasured red-tile- roofed town where rural island heritage, including ox carts, is vividly alive.

    Day 13: Thu 23 April – Taipei, Taiwan. 7am to 7pm

    On this fascinating island visit the world’s tallest building, the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial, the fabulous Palace Museum’s vast collection of Chinese art and the lovely Lungshan Temple. Explore lovely Keelung’s historic sites and Yeliu Park’s astonishing rock formations.

    Day 14: Fri 24 April – Cruising the South China Sea

    Day 15: Sat 25 April – Hong Kong, China. 7am to 5pm

    Experience old and new Hong Kong with its ultra-modern high-rise buildings beside street markets and lovely temples. Visit the boat people in Aberdeen and shop in Stanley Market or stroll through the bustling Temple Street night market. Visit Hollywood Road with its temple and antique shops or take a junk cruise and explore the magnificent bay. Travel to the New Territories to see family shrines, the wishing tree and the preserved wetlands. Or visit Lantau Island and the Po Lin Monastery with its giant Buddha statue.

    Day 16: Sun 26 April – Cruising the South China Sea

    Day 17: Mon 27 April – Nha Trang, Vietnam. 8am to 4pm

    Discover this bustling resort town, renowned for its turquoise waters and yellow sand beaches. See its grand colonial buildings and stroll across a bridge to a fishing village alive with trawlers and junks. Visit the celebrated Cham Towers of Po Nagar, a spot revered by Buddhists. In the countryside, experience rural life in Vietnam today.

    Day 18 & 19: Tue 28  & Wed 29 April – Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Vietnam. Overnight, depart next day 3pm

    Discover the rich heritage of Saigon and the rural Mekong Delta. See the city’s lovely pagodas, colonial architecture and broad boulevards. Ride a local pedicab through the bustling streets; visit the vibrant markets, Chinatown and the fascinating Cu Chi tunnels. Explore the lush countryside of farms, rice paddies and villages with a cruise on the Mekong

    Day 20: Thu 30 April – Cruising the South China Sea

    Day 21 & 22: Fri 1 & Sat 2 May – Singapore, Singapore. Disembark from 8am

    Private transfer from port to hotel. Discover a delightful city of contrasts, from its old Chinese quarter and colorful Hindu temples to its modern skyscrapers, famous Tiger Balm Gardens and magnificent National Orchid Garden. Stroll along the Esplanade. Take a short cruise along the Singapore River and a tri-shaw ride through town. Visit the Kranji Memorial and Changi Chapel and Memorial, dedicated to those who lost their lives here during World War II. York Hotel Singapore, breakfast included.

    Day 23: Sun 3 May – Singapore to Australia

    Private transfer from hotel to airport for your flight home

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