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Take a break on board the Voyager of the Seas for 7 exciting nights aboard the Jewls of Asia Cruise exploring Asia. Your ship starts out from Shanghai, the cruise will take you to 4 ports in 3 countries before returning to Shanghai. This 4 star cruise from Royal Caribbean Cruises has forward departures, but is unfortunately sold out for this departure.

Day Date Port of call Arrival Departure
1 Sat 14 Jul 2012 Shanghai, China 5.00pm
Jewls of Asia Cruise Shanghai, at the mouth of the Yangtze River on the mid-coast of mainland China, is the most populous city in the People's Republic. It is the largest centre of commerce and finance on mainland China, and is the 'show-piece' of the world's fastest growing major economy. It is a major cruise port rivalling Hong Kong and Singapore. By late 2014 72-hour visa-free stays for tourists are expected. Go to the Bund to watch ships on the river and marvel at the huge variety of architectural styles on display, or watch the crowds pass by in People’s Square. Shoppers should make a beeline for the Fabric Market, where you can have a suit or dress tailor-made for you at bargain prices.

Nanjing Road is Shanghai's world-famous shopping paradise, but there are great shopping districts throughout the city, and taxi fares are very reasonable. Enjoy visiting the many beautiful museums and theatres, including the Shanghai Art Museum, the Natural History Museum, and then perhaps take a ride on the world's first magnetic levitation train. As there were so many concessions to Western powers during the turn of the 20th century, the city has everything from classic Parisian style, to Tudor style buildings that give an English flair, and 1930s buildings reminiscent of New York or Chicago. At night, enjoy the spectacular neon lights.

The city is a tourist destination renowned for its historical landmarks such as the Bund and the City God Temple, and its ever-expanding Pudong skyline including the 468m Oriental Pearl Tower. Shanghai is the hotspot of modern China, a cosmopolitan city buzzing with the concept of 'lifestyle revolution', showcased in the architectural temples of art, fine dining and contemporary urban living. Enjoy your visit to this scintillating city, swirling with rapid cultural change. There are also beautiful parks and temples to visit. Western customs and Chinese traditions intertwined and formed Shanghai's culture, making a visitor's stay truly memorable.

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2 Sun 15 Jul 2012 At Sea
3 Mon 16 Jul 2012 Naha, Japan 7.00am 8.00pm
Jewls of Asia Cruise Naha is the capital and main city of the Okinawa Prefecture in Japan, and is located on Okinawa Island, the largest of a long stretch of islands between mainland Japan and Taiwan. With the only sub-tropical climate in all of Japan it is a major tourist destination for the Japanese. Till recently there were not many foreign tourists to these shores, but this is quickly changing. The city's main street, Kokusai-dori, or International Avenue, is a 1.6 km stretch of fascinating stores, restaurants, and bars. Just nearby is the covered Heiwa-dori Shopping Arcade that makes for ideal shopping excursions. Add to this the neighbourhood of Tsuboya, a pottery village with a history dating back more than 300 years that is always crowded with pottery enthusiasts.

Visit the Okinawa Prefectural Museum in front of Shintoshin Park and take in the culture and natural history of the area. Historical remains are also of great interest. Visit the ruins of: the Shuri Castle of the Ryukyu Kingdom, Shikina-en built to entertain ambassadors from China, Enkaku-ji Temple and Tama-udon, the tombs of Kings of Ryukyu. Add to this Fukushu-en, an authentic Chinese garden, and one appreciates the origins of today's city of Naha.



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4 Tue 17 Jul 2012 At Sea
5 Wed 18 Jul 2012 Fukuoka, Japan 8.00am 8.00pm
Jewls of Asia Cruise Fukuoka, the capital of the Prefecture of the same name, is located on Kyushu Island in Japan, and spreads out around scenic Hakata Bay. It is an interesting city with its attractive coastlines, shrines and relics of the aborted Mongolian invasion. Surrounded by mountains and sea and an untouched natural environment, interestingly its attractions are contemporary rather than traditional, but they are still very much worth seeing. For example, the Kyushu National Museum with its fascinating modern facade reflecting its use of technology, also elevates the focus of history over art.

Places that are very popular to visitors include: the Folk Museum spread over replica traditional town houses that re-create a neighbourhood unit from the late Meiji era; the Sea Hawk's indoor jungle atrium, complete with waterfalls and screeching tropical birdcalls, as well as amazing views of the city; and Nokonoshima, famous for its flower fields, with its swimming beach at the northern end of the island. Thoroughly enjoy the shopping, especially for the popular clay souvenirs, and appreciate the amazing historical monuments.

Be sure to enjoy the great food that makes Fukuoka a renowned gourmet's paradise. A short trip from the city centre takes visitors to an abundance of high quality hot springs. Here you can immerse your whole body in the healing water and emerge completely refreshed. The city's unique attraction is its blend of a big-city feel, with beautiful natural spaces of lush green parks.

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6 Thu 19 Jul 2012 Pusan, South Korea 8.00am 6.00pm
Jewls of Asia Cruise Pusan, the second largest city and principal port of South Korea, is situated in the SE of the peninsula on the Korea Strait. The city has many steep hills, creating a delightful mix of mountains and ocean. While Pusan was relatively untouched during the Korean War, the flood of refugees has shaped the city. Tourists often come to this region to hike and to visit the Buddhist Temples located deep within the region's mountains. The Beomeosa Temple, founded in 678 AD, is perhaps one of the most frequented temples in the area and is always packed with worshipers and tourists. For art buffs, Busan offers several museums and historical buildings.

Pusan is famous for its seafood, beaches (such as Haeundae Beach district with its carnival board-walk, and Gwangalli Beach with its famed cafes, bars and restaurants), and the Hallyosudo Waterway with its picturesque islands. You will enjoy shopping at the local branch of the Lotte Duty Free Department Store, and E-Mart, as well as strolling in the scenic Taejongdae Park with its great sea views. Also worth visiting is the large Busan Aquarium with its 3D ride and excellent displays, while the Haeundae Cruise Boat that starts from the ferry terminal provides a one-hour trip that offers breathtaking views of fantastically shaped cliffs.

Take the reasonably priced all-day hop-on hop-off City Tour Bus, and visit PIFF Square, which is full of movie memorabilia, shopping and various outlets of great food. You will enjoy the vibrant atmosphere. Also of great interest are the Theme Park, Shinsegae Centum City Spaland, the Jagalchi Market, Jump (a comic martial arts performance), and the Pusan Museum, as well as several interesting temples. There is certainly a fascinating variety of places to visit in this, the fifth largest port in the world. If scenery is your interest, try visiting Dongbaek Island, or bird watch at the Nakdong river estuary.

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7 Fri 20 Jul 2012 At Sea
8 Sat 21 Jul 2012 Shanghai, China 7.00am
Jewls of Asia Cruise Shanghai, at the mouth of the Yangtze River on the mid-coast of mainland China, is the most populous city in the People's Republic. It is the largest centre of commerce and finance on mainland China, and is the 'show-piece' of the world's fastest growing major economy. It is a major cruise port rivalling Hong Kong and Singapore. By late 2014 72-hour visa-free stays for tourists are expected. Go to the Bund to watch ships on the river and marvel at the huge variety of architectural styles on display, or watch the crowds pass by in People’s Square. Shoppers should make a beeline for the Fabric Market, where you can have a suit or dress tailor-made for you at bargain prices.

Nanjing Road is Shanghai's world-famous shopping paradise, but there are great shopping districts throughout the city, and taxi fares are very reasonable. Enjoy visiting the many beautiful museums and theatres, including the Shanghai Art Museum, the Natural History Museum, and then perhaps take a ride on the world's first magnetic levitation train. As there were so many concessions to Western powers during the turn of the 20th century, the city has everything from classic Parisian style, to Tudor style buildings that give an English flair, and 1930s buildings reminiscent of New York or Chicago. At night, enjoy the spectacular neon lights.

The city is a tourist destination renowned for its historical landmarks such as the Bund and the City God Temple, and its ever-expanding Pudong skyline including the 468m Oriental Pearl Tower. Shanghai is the hotspot of modern China, a cosmopolitan city buzzing with the concept of 'lifestyle revolution', showcased in the architectural temples of art, fine dining and contemporary urban living. Enjoy your visit to this scintillating city, swirling with rapid cultural change. There are also beautiful parks and temples to visit. Western customs and Chinese traditions intertwined and formed Shanghai's culture, making a visitor's stay truly memorable.

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Voyager of the Seas returns to Sydney on 8 December 2014, with major additions – Flowrider surfing simulator, 3D movie theatre, new restaurants including Chop’s Grille, and virtual balconies on interior cabins. Until early March 2015 cruises will depart Sydney for South Pacific islands and the northern island of New Zealand. Depart 16 March 2015 for a 30-night cruise to Singapore, around New Zealand, southern Australia, Freemantle, Thailand and Vietnam. In October 2015 leave Singapore for Sydney, or return Sydney to Singapore in April 2016. Voyager’s season of 2015/2016 visits New Zealand, Pacific islands, and the Great Barrier Reef. Voyager of the Seas entered service in 1999 at 137,276 GT, was refurbished last in 2014, and carries 3046 passengers.

Accommodation
Staterooms come in four main categories and 22 grades, with variations based on guests’ needs: Suites/Deluxe Staterooms, Balcony Staterooms, Outside Staterooms and Interior Staterooms. Interiors are now fitted with 80 inch “virtual balcony” displays. When selecting accommodation consider the view, the level of privacy, and location near to or far from activity areas. All staterooms come with private bathroom, vanity area, hair dryer, interactive TV and phone. Many cabins are family-friendly with up to four additional bunk beds, and interconnecting rooms. Promenade staterooms overlook the interior Royal Promenade, and some accommodate up to six people. There are no single cabins, and many are wheelchair-accessible. In-cabin service and dining is available 24-hours.

Food and Dining
For the Main Dining Room, spread over three levels, select from three dining choices before cruising: fixed seating at the same table nightly, at either early or late sitting; open-seated My Time Dining (with pre-paid gratuities) at a flexible time; and early sitting My Family Time Dining that allows children aged 3 to 11 years to leave for their Adventure Ocean kids club. Menus feature healthy, vegetarian and kosher options. Special dietary needs can be catered for by giving advanced notice. Menus change daily throughout the cruise. Evening dress is casual or smart casual. Expect one to three formal evenings in the Main Dining Room during your cruise. There are seven complimentary eating options, including Windjammers Café, Jade Sushi and Asian cuisine, Café Promenade for coffee, pastries/snacks, and room service.

Entertainment
Signature features to entertain you include: Broadway-style productions in the Main Theatre; Studio B’s ice shows, comedy, game shows, onboard parties, and cooking demonstrations (and when the rink is not being used, skate for free); and gaming in Casino Royale. The 2014 ship upgrade added a 3D movie theatre. Live music features around the pool, in the main dining room, and in many lounges, bars and specialty venues. There are always parties and parades to join. Alternatively, just stroll around the Royal Promenade and shop duty-free, or for a quiet time retire to the Library/Card Room or Internet Café.

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Cruise summary

Cruise: Jewls of Asia Cruise
Duration: 7 nights
Ship: Voyager of the Seas
Star rating:
Departs: Shanghai
Returns: Shanghai
Ports of call: 4
Forward departures:

What's onboard? ▼

  • Staterooms, room service
  • Royal Promenade
  • Shops, Souvenirs
  • DINING
  • Dining & Café venues (8)
  • My Family Time Dining
  • Mystery Dinner Theatre
  • Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream
  • Bars, clubs, lounges (14)
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Broadway Production
  • 3D Cinema
  • Comedy, jazz, karaoke
  • Nightclub
  • Casino Royale
  • ACTIVITIES
  • Swimming pools (3)
  • FlowRider surf simulator
  • Whirlpools (6)
  • SCUBA (Caribbean)
  • Solarium adult retreat
  • Vitality Spa & Fitness
  • Basketball court
  • Ice-skating rink
  • In-line skating
  • Jogging track
  • Sports courts
  • Rock-climbing walls
  • Golf simulator
  • Mini-golf course
  • Games, contests, dancing
  • Internet, Wi-Fi (pay)
  • Enrichment lectures
  • Library/Card room
  • Conference Centre
  • Wedding packages, Chapel
  • UNDER 18
  • Youth Program, lounge
  • DreamWorks for kids
  • Babies & Tots activities
  • OTHER
  • Laundry, drycleaning (pay)
  • Mobile phone reception
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Medical centre

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • Flight/s and/or transfers as specified
  • All main meals on-board
  • Coffee, tea, iced water, lemonade 24 hrs
  • Anytime or fixed sittings, & multi-venue dining
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Bridge director on select cruises
  • Infant crèche, kids clubs & teen programs
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Special needs requests & service animals allowed
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Alternate specialty dining venues
  • Alcoholic beverages, soft drinks
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Certain entertainment, fitness classes
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Service charge: A$ 11.90/US$ 12) per guest (A$ 14.20/US$ 14.25 for suite guests) pp/night is included in pre-paid fare.  Or, service charges can be paid onboard. For all ages. Modify for inadequate service.
  • Service charge 15% automatically added to bar, mini-bar, spa & salon services.
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Babysitting, individual or in groups (from 1 yr)

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