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This prosperous, ultra-modern city-state stills holds many surprises, sporting diverse cultures, world class hotels, street eateries and duty free. Explore cultural enclaves like Chinatown, Little India and Arab Street. Visit such attractions as the Jurong Bird Park and Sentosa Island. Or Simply head to Orchard Road for world-class shopping.
Country - Singapore Distance from port to City - 0kms Distance from port to Airport - 5kms Currency - Singapore Dollar (SGD)
Places of Interest Sentosa Island, Little India, Thian Hock Kheng Temple, Orchard Road, Singapore Zoo
Today, Melaka posesses a charm that is all its own. Hail a trishaw for a ride along little streets that wind through a colourful mishmash of architectural styles. Cruise along Melaka river, then walk along hillocks that have tales to tell, of warware and treachery, romance and heartbreak.
Country - Malaysia Distance from port to City - 0kms Distance from port to Airport - 10kms Currency - Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)
Places of Interest Ayer Keroh Receational Forest, A'Famosa Water World
Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, is a land of primeval jungles inhabited by leopards and elephants, wondrous ruins of the great civilizations of ages past, and a modern city. Colombo, the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, is where western technology meets the frenzy of a traditional Asian metropolis.
Country - Sri Lanka Distance from port to City - 2kms Distance from port to Airport - 2kms Currency - Sri Lanka Rupees (LKR)
Places of Interest National Museum, Pettah Bazaar
Capital and main port of Mauritius, Port Louis was founded by the French in 1735. The harbour lies sheltered in a semi-circle of mountains. The town has plenty of character, its past elegance shows in certain quarters. Off the main square, palm-lined Place d'Armes, there are some particularly fine French colonial buildings, especially the Government House and the Municipal Theatre. There are two Cathedrals, a Mosque, Casino, a fine Supreme Court, some 18th century Barracks and a Natural History Museum.
Country - Mauritius Distance from port to City - 2km Distance from port to Airport - 35km Currency - Mauritian Rupee (MUR) Places of Interest
Place D'Armes, Old Government House, Fort Adelaide
Few people outside mainland France know of Réunion and even fewer know of its spectacular natural wonders. The island's dearth of world-class beaches has a lot to do with its lack of mass tourism, but what Réunion lacks at sea level it more than makes up for in its wildly dramatic mountain country.
Country - Reunion Distance from port to City - 0kms Distance from Port to Airport - 5kms Currency - Euro (EUR)
Places of Interest Stella Mutatina, Vanilla House, Volcano House
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If travel is meant to be savored, then crossing the oceans should be a majestic experience, not merely a hop across the pond. For travelers of this persuasion, only one name evokes the pleasures of a golden era: Cunard Line. Proudly continuing the tradition of luxury cruising that began in 1840, Queen Mary 2 debuted in 2004 as the new flagship of The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World. As the tallest, longest, largest and most expensive cruise ship ever built, QM2 provides her guests with unprecedented amenities and accommodations at every turn. Maintaining the tradition of her Cunard and White Star Line predecessors, QM2 is the only ship offering regularly scheduled transatlantic service. Queen Elizabeth 2 continues to set the standard of British elegance with superb White Star Service and gourmet cuisine. Sailing a definitive World Cruise and round-trip Southampton voyages, QE2 endures as one of the greatest liners of her time. The two Queens will be joined by Queen Victoria in 2007.
Queen Elizabeth is our newest luxury liner, named in 2010 by Her Majesty the Queen. Recalling the rich heritage of the first Cunarder to bear the name, her elegance and modern features have won her many accolades and made her a firm favourite with her passengers.
If anything sums up the freedom of your voyage, it is the array of places to eat, from healthy to hearty, from light bites to haute cuisine. Just let your mood decide. As well as the three main restaurants, you can sample the Mexican flavours of Aztec, the Asian menus of Jasmine, Asada’s South American Grill and the all-day buffets of the Lido restaurant. Then there’s the French cuisine of The Verandah restaurant, with its acclaimed sampler menu.
You can lose yourself on board, strolling beside the sea on the Promenade Deck, browsing the library with over 6,000 books to choose from, or playing croquet in the lawn of the Game Deck. It’s always so easy to socialise, whether you are relaxing in the conservatory style Garden Lounge as a band plays beside the promenade pool or you’re dancing in the intimate but lively Yacht Club.
It may be night time that most sets the Queen Elizabeth experience apart from other ships. For where else will you attend such dazzling affairs as a Black and White Ball, Royal Ascot Ball or Buccaneer Ball – all in a setting as stunning as the Queens Room ballroom.