Visit Exotic Destinations While Cruising Across Asia
If you’re looking for something a little less than ordinary, have you thought about sampling the pleasures of the Far East?
Throughout East and South Asia you’ll find ports that are the stepping stone to stunning historical wonders, pristine beaches, amazing cultures and diverse lifestyles. Asia is without a doubt an experience, and with the right cruise you could get exactly the vacation that you’re looking for.
Amongst the exotic ports of Asia you’ll find that there is something for everybody – no matter where their interests may lie. Some of the more popular destinations that you absolutely have to check out include:
From this port, you can take an overland tour to the famed lost city of Angkor Wat. Even if you aren’t a history buff, this is one sight that you’re not going to want to miss, as the 100 temples within this magnificent ancient city are a remarkable to say the least.
Alternatively, you could just stick around the port itself and enjoy the excellent snorkeling and fishing that is popular in this region.
Padang Bay, Bali, Indonesia
Surely you’ve heard of Bali in the past? When it comes to pristine sandy beaches, few can compare to this little island in Indonesia and it is definitely every beachgoers wet dream.
Of course, there are sights to been seen in Bali too, mostly in the form of the thousands of temples that are situated throughout the island, with the Kehen temple probably being the most spectacular of all.
Marmagoa Harbor, Goa, India
Another famous destination, Goa has long been regarded as the place to go for sun, sand, and excellent parties too. Make no mistake; the view at sunset in this particular harbor is one that you’re going to want to see at least once in your lifetime.
Have you ever wondered what an active volcano looks like? If so – Muroran is definitely one port that you shouldn’t pass up on. It offers landscapes of tremendous natural beauty, hot springs and even the chance to take a walking path that leads into the Hokkaido Valley of Hell (a 1,476 foot crater).
While you’re there you should also pay a visit to the Historic City, which is an exact replica of what life would be in a small fishing town by the coast of Japan in the 19th century.
This port is the start of your road to Beijing, and that includes must-see sights such as Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, and so on. Considering this has been the seat of power in China since the 13th century and is now a massive city that has a population of over 11 million you should be able to find something here that suits your tastes.
As you can see, Asia’s wonders are diverse enough that they can easily fulfill your needs and desires. Even all of this is just the tip of the iceberg however, and if you take a cruise through these lands you’ll find that there is much more waiting there for you!