Published on : Wednesday, August 23, 2017
From April 14, 2018, Princess Cruises will set sail from Singapore with some of the important stops at Golden Princess, will stop by Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City and Nha Trang, Hong Kong, Taipei, Busan, and a couple of ports in Japan, such as Osaka, Shimizu, Yokohama, Sakaiminato, Hakodate and Muroran.
In the first phase of the 29 days cruise trip it covers these Asian ports. The cruise will then cross the International Date Line in the Pacific Ocean towards Alaska.
From this journey, the passengers can take an icy journey that Alaska offers and as well as the diverse wildlife such as humpback whales, dolphins while on board the Golden Princess.
Princess Cruises will have 700 luxurious rooms with balconies among the 1,300 cabins on the Golden Princess, and these staterooms will allow guests to enjoy the scenic tour in privacy.
Director of Southeast Asia at Princess Cruises, Farriek Tawfik, said that the cruise appeals to Asians as the ship calls at many North Asian ports, especially in Japan, where guests will be able to experience various local cultural activities and cuisine before they arrive in Alaska.
The cost of this 29-day cruise journey to Alaska starts from $4,520 per person. The guests can also choose to extend seven more days to a 36-day cruise at an additional $1,160 per person.
The additional seven-day Alaska Grand Adventure tour will continue cruising through Alaska, visiting the breathtaking natural beauty of Hubbard Glacier, Glacier Bay National Park, Skagway and Juneau before arriving in Vancouver, Canada. The travellers will also have the option to take a flight back to Singapore.
This American company Carnival Group is operating its journey for the first time, a direct route to Alaska from Singapore. The passengers can book the room in cruise online. The 29-day Epic Adventure Cruise from Singapore to Alaska is also sold at all travel agents in Singapore.