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Singapore to Tokyo

Cunard Line Queen Elizabeth
Date 2nd Apr 23
Nights 26 Nights
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Singapore
Arrive in Singapore and be transferred to your hotel for a one night pre cruise stay.
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Singapore
After your one night stay you will be transferred to the port to board Queen Elizabeth for your twenty-five night cruise.
3-4
At Sea
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Hue and Da Nang (Chan May), Vietnam
Chan May Port is situated on the East coast of Vietnam between two iconic cities: Hue and Da Nang. Spend time on scenic China Beach in nearby Da Nang, where U.S. soldiers relaxed during the Vietnam War. Take a tour to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Hue; otherwise known as the 'Imperial City of the Nguyen Emperors'. Here you can stop by the Imperial Enclosure and visit the Purple Forbidden City as its heart. Take a riverboat ride on the Perfume River or explore the Tomb of Tu Doc and Thien Mu Pagoda. Venture to the ancient city of Hoi An which boasts a melting pot of history and culture and is home to the elaborate Japanese Covered Bridge with its beautiful pagoda.
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At Sea
7-8
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong is an autonomous territory in South East China. Hong Kong has developed from a small fishing village in the 19th century to a bustling metropolis filled with high rise buildings and infused with culture. Hong Kong is a shopping paradise; discover a wide range of shopping experiences at Causeway Bay, Sheung Wan, Harbour City, Festival Walk and Tsim Sha Tsui. Dine in a traditional restaurant and sample a world of exquisite, mouthwatering local cuisine including noodles, dumplings and rice. Visit Mickey Mouse at the Disneyland Park, or relax on the white sand at Repulse Bay. Trek to Victoria Peak; the highest peak on Hong Kong Island and see one of the world's most beautiful skylines at Victoria Harbour. Visit the historical temples including Man Mo Temple and Po Lin Monastery for an insight into the local culture.
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Manila, Philippines
Step ashore today at Manila, the capital of the Philippines and the most densely-populated city in the world. Combining Spanish colonial architecture with towering modern skyscrapers and air-conditioned shopping centres, this place boasts a fascinating heritage, vibrant nightlife, and mouth-watering local cuisine. Pay a visit to the Intramuros in the heart of Old Manila; this walled city harks back to colonial times and is home to ancient Fort Santiago and San Agustin Church. Explore local culture at Metropolitan Museum of Manila and the National Museum of the Filipino People or admire the vast collection of Imelda Marcos' shoes at Marikina Shoe Museum. Get up close to the marine life at Manila Ocean Park or enjoy the rides and attractions at Star City amusement park.
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At Sea
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Hualien, Taiwan
Hualien is a city on the east coast of Taiwan. Visit the central Pine Garden cultural centre or see the contemporary and traditional stone carvings on display at Hualien County Stone Sculpture Museum. Admire the Chingszu Temple, Temple to the Lords of the Three Mountains, and Tungching Temple. Escape to the tranquil surrounds of Tzu Chi Cultural Park with its statues, meditation hall, and wide green spaces. Take a boat trip and go in search of indigenous whale and dolphins. No visit here would be complete without experiencing the popular night market at Nanbin Park on the Pacific Ocean coast. Many visitors to Hualien choose to venture further afield to see the impressive Taroko Gorge at the heart of the Toroko National Park.
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Keelung, Taiwan
With towering sky scrappers and an appeal that will be more familiar than you think, Keelung is a modern city that almost feels as though it was raised by The West. Walking round here you will find clear influences from the occupied past, with Dutch, Spanish and Japanese culture clear to see, as well as an influx of Americanisation from fast food restaurants to an array of familiar brands merging into a global city of the east.
14
Ishigaki, Japan
Ishigaki is a city on Japan's Ishigaki Island and gives you access to great beaches and coral reefs. This is Japan's southernmost city and is the only urban centre of the Yaeyama Island, as well as being home to the region's major airport and ferry terminal. No trip here is complete without a visit to the white sands of Kabira Bay to snorkel and scuba dive in the vivid blue waters. Banna Park is one for all the family; kids can enjoy the playground and slides and there is an egg-shaped tower ideal for bird watching. See vast water vistas at Tamatorizaki Observatory, visit the beautiful lighthouse at Port of Ishigaki, and hike up the famous Mount Omoto. Rest on the shores of Yonehara Beach or try out some invigorating water sports.
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Okinawa, Japan
This subtropical paradise, offers some of the clearest waters and white sandy beaches in Japan, why not lie back and enjoy to the sun or take part in the huge array of watersports on offer, including scuba diving through the pristine coral reefs. This islands are also home the Shurijo-koen, the palace of the Okinawan royal family, beautifully reconstructed to its former glory and splendour, a must see for all.
16-17
At Sea
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Yokohama, Japan
The Japanese port city of Yokohama is located south of Tokyo and is the capital of Kanagawa Prefecture. Yokohama was a sleepy fishing village until the 1850s when, at the end of the Edo period, it became an international port and the centre of Japan's trading industry with the rest of the globe. Meander through the city's large Chinatown with its hundreds of Chinese restaurants and shops. Escape to the idyllic surrounds of Sankei-en Garden; a botanical park filled with preserved Japanese residences dating back to different eras. Explore the seaside Minato Mirai district and admire the impressive 296-metre-high Landmark Tower. Get up close to local animals in open-air habitat zones at Zoorasia or catch a Yokohama DeNA BayStars baseball game at Yokohama Stadium. Uncover the origins of the popular noodle dish at Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum or take a brewery tour at Kirin Brewery Company to sample one of Japan's four leading beers. Old meets new at Red Brick Warehouse and the nearby Marine and Walk or why not hop on the Sotetsu Railway to enjoy the aquarium and rides at Hakkeijima amusement park?
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At Sea
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Yatsushiro, Japan
The city of Yatsushiro is situated on the western coast of the central Kyushu, along the delta of the Kuma River overlooking Yatsushiro Bay in Japan's Kumamoto Prefecture. Explore the city's history at Municipal Museum, take a dip at the Hinagu Onsen, and explore the Satsuma Rebellion of 1877 at Shunkoji family temple. Pay a visit to the nearby idyllic Shohinken - also known as the 'teahouse on the seashore' - boasting the Akajogaike Pond and Akajogamoric Grove. The city is also famous for the Yatsushiro Shrine's autumn festival held annually on 23 November - complete with a parade featuring the Shishimai Lion Dance, Kida imaginary animal, and Kasaboka decorative portable shrines - and the Yatsushiro National Fireworks Competition held each October. Yatsushiro is also gateway to the five Gokanosho villages at the centre of the Kumamoto Prefecture: Hagi, Momigi, Nitao, Kureko, and Shibaru; and also Mount Kunimidake and Sendantodoro Falls.
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Fukuoka, Japan
The Japanese city of Kukuoka sits on the northern shore of Kyushu Island overlooking Hakata Bay. This is the perfect place to explore ancient temples, relax on beaches, or go shopping in modern shopping malls such as Canal City. Pay a visit to view the ruins of the 17th-century Fukuoka Castle in Maizuru Park. Explore the central Hakata district, home to the Tocho-ji Temple with its Hakata Machiya Folk Museum and a 10m-high wooden Buddha. Visit Sumiyoshi-jinja Shrine or get up close to local marine life at Marine World Uminonakamichi. Learn about Japanese history and art at Kyushu National Museum or enjoy the far-reaching views from the scenic observation deck at Fukuoka Tower. Venture 15km east of the city to see Nanzoin Temple and the Reclining Buddha.
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Busan, South Korea
A large port city in South Korea, Busan is well-known for its beaches, mountains, and historic temples. Visit Gwangalli Beach for views of the modern Diamond Bridge and a selection of lively bars. The Buddhist shrine Beomeosa Temple can be found at the base of Geumjeong Mountain with many great hiking trails. If you're a seafood lover; Jagalchi Market will impress you with its array of fresh catches. Head to the soaring Busan Tower to experience its viewing deck for spectacular vistas across the city. The 14th-century seaside Buddhist temple Haedong Yonggungsa awaits. Perhaps relax on the golden sands of Haeundae Beach and take in breathtaking views of Busan as you work on your tan.
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At Sea
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Kanazawa, Japan
Kanazawa is the capital of Ishikwawa Prefecture on Japan's central Honshu Island. Famed for its well-preserved Edo-era districts, art museums, and handicrafts; the 17th-century Kenrokuen Garden is celebrated for its classic landscape designs which incorporate ponds and streams. Adjacent to this, head to Kanazawa Castle to take in its lush grounds and impressive structure. Call by Omicho Market, a local food hub with over 160 vendors serving mouth-watering culinary delights. Discover traditional teahouses and shops along Nishi Chaya District or take a stroll around Kanazawa Castle Park to appreciate the cherry blossom trees. Marvel at Oyama Shrine, take pictures, and watch the world go by as you relax next to the pond.
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Akita, Japan
Akita is the capital city of the Akita Prefecture in Japan. Wander the lush greenery and spot eye-catching flowers in Senshu Park. Make a visit to Akita Museum of Art to uncover a variety of captivating pieces from artists all across Japan. Spot red panda, raccoon, chimpanzee, and capybara at Akita Omoriyama Zoo or challenge yourself to hike the striking Mt Taihei. Savour panoramic cityscapes from Akita Port Selion Tower or visit the amazing Nakajima Library at Akita International University. Sample the traditional Kiritanpo dish, made of smashed rice. Discover the ancient history and excavations of Akita Castle or prepare a picnic and head to Tenno Green Land to sit by the lake and admire pretty views in the distance.
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At Sea
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Yokohama, Japan
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and be transferred to the airport for your flight home.
Hays Extras
Hays Extras
  • Return flights from the UK
  • Overseas transfers
  • 1 night pre cruise hotel stay in Singapore
  • 25 night cruise onboard Queen Elizabeth
  • 5% saving for Cunard World Club Members*
  • Receive up to $320 complimentary onboard spending money per stateroom

  • Inside Stateroom from £5,149pp
  • Balcony Stateroom from £5,649pp
  • Princess Grill Suite from £8,449pp
Why Book
Why Book
  • Shop until you drop around many of Singapore’s best retail shops and shopping malls
  • Hong Kong is a shopping paradise; discover a wide range of shopping experiences at Causeway Bay, Sheung Wan, Harbour City, Festival Walk and Tsim Sha Tsui
  • While in Busan visit Gwangalli Beach for views of the modern Diamond Bridge and a selection of lively bars

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Queen Elizabeth
Overview
Join on Queen Elizabeth and immerse yourself in her evocative art deco elegance. Our newest Queen exudes style and has an especially refined feel. Prepare yourself for a truly remarkable voyage. Queen Elizabeth invites you to an uncrowded world where spacious decks set the perfect backdrop for you to savour a flawless Cunard experience. Immerse yourself in endless entertainment, luxurious accommodation and an array of dining choices. Her art deco features and gleaming chandeliers blend with contemporary attractions to ensure a remarkable holiday. Enjoy croquet on her Games Deck, stunning entertainment in her Royal Court Theatre or relax in her elegant conservatory. The choice is yours.
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Food & Drink

A range of complimentary and speciality dining restaurants are available, with menus created by Jean-Marie Zimmermann, Cunard’s Global Culinary Ambassador. Tables for 4-8 are typical, with seating allocated prior to cruising. Limited numbers of tables for two are available on request.

Entertainment

Queen Elizabeth provides you with a wealth of engaging experiences to keep you entertained day and night. From spectacular theatrical performances to the excitement of the casino, there's something to keep everyone happy.

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Health & Fitness

The ship features a fantastic array of health and fitness facilities for passengers that wish to stay active or relax and be pampered. These include a spa, fitness centre, games deck and sports courts.

Kids & Teens

For younger cruise passengers, there are a number of facilities available to keep them entertained. Running primarily during the school holidays, kids clubs are available for children or teens travelling on Queen Elizabeth.

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