This new voyage from Princess Cruises will stop over at ports in Vietnam, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, and Japan, before making its way to Anchorage in Alaska
Why fly when you can cruise? Sure, the former might seem swifter, but it lacks the luxury services, family-friendly facilities, stunning views and city stopovers that are part and parcel of the latter. We even recently rolled out a guide of best luxury cruises from Singapore to sail the open seas like a boss. But here’s a new voyage from Princess Cruises that really takes the cake – a 29-day direct cruise from Singapore to Alaska.
The first of its kind from Princess Cruises, this magnificent voyage will set sail from Singapore to Anchorage in Alaska, stopping at 11 ports across Asia including Ho Chi Minh, Hong Kong, Taipei, Busan, and even key cities in Japan – looking to be quite the adventure indeed. Entertainment-wise, you can expect everything from live music and movies under the stars, to luxe spas and freshwater pools. And with 700 cabins fitted with balconies, you’re guaranteed romantic, picturesque views of the Alaskan scenery.
This cruise departs from 14 April, 2018, and it’s currently accepting bookings online. Tickets are priced at SGD4,520 per person, and guests have the option of extending their itinerary by a week for an additional SGD1,160.
For more information on Princess Cruises from Singapore to Alaska, visit the official website.
Looking for a holiday with less commitment? Check out these short trips from Singapore, and affordable boutique hotels in Southeast Asia for a quick getaway.