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Asia's Top Cruises


Haven’t got fourteen days to spend on a boat? Or the budget to fly to a faraway port? Luckily there are plenty of cruise options here in Southeast Asia, and many of them well under a week long.

Published on Apr 23, 2012

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Exploring Halong Bay isn’t particularly groundbreaking, but aboard the Emeraude— which combines colonial decor touches like brass fans, beadboard walls and hardwood floors with hotel luxuries like air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms and an onboard spa—views of the bay’s enormous karst formations come with onboard cooking classes, numerous excursions to caves and fishing villages and activities like kayaking and rock climbing. Choose from the one-night or two-night itinerary.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world’s largest mangrove ecosystem, the Sunderbans are packed with fauna like kingfishers, herons, estuarine crocodiles and the elusive Sundarban tiger. Vivada Cruises does cruises ranging from three to seven nights. Trips originate in Kolkata, and itineraries include visits to local villages, guided walks through mangrove forests and excursions to wildlife watchtowers. While the cruiser is more deluxe than luxury, it has a sun deck, spa and sauna facilities and air-conditions, river-facing cabins.

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