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Once considered the "country cousin" of Australia's cities, Brisbane is today the nation's third largest metropolis. Lying on the banks of the Brisbane River, this cosmopolitan city boasts elegant 19th century sandstone buildings, a lively cultural scene and superb parklands. Brisbane is also the gateway to adventures with a uniquely Australian flavour, whether it is to a wildlife park, the rain-forested Mount Tamborine plateau, or the dazzling beaches of Queensland's fabled Gold Coast.
Country- Australia Distance from port to City - 10kms Distance from port to Airport - 10kms Currency - Australian Dollars (AUD)
Places of Interest Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Gold Coast, Australia Zoo
Darwin is a modern city (largely because its previous incarnation was blown down by a cyclone) with sparkling buildings and broad streets. Its fortunes are built on the sugar and fruits from the plantations and forests, which enfold the city. Study Aboriginal art and pearl fishing in the city’s museums.
Country - Australia Distance from port to City - 0kms Distance from port to Airport - 11kms Currency - Australian Dollars (AUD)
Places of Interest Crocodylus Park, Museum of Art and Science, Adelaide River
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
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Royal Caribbean International
Royal Caribbean International, the cruise line that delivers the "Wow!" and the one that put rock-climbing walls and ice-skating rinks on cruise ships. Whether you've sailed with us before or have just seen our commercials on TV, you may have the sense that we're not your average cruise line.
With more than 120 destinations worldwide and an amazing array of exciting shore excursions and cruisetour options, we're reaching out to vacationers eager to try something new – whether it's glacier-trekking in Alaska, swimming with stingrays in the Caribbean or strolling the Champs Élysées in Paris.
Royal Caribbean International has updated their smoking policy to stand in line with the Royal Caribbean Vitality wellness program. This introduces smoke free zones in all staterooms and suites, most public areas except for designated bars and lounges. For more details click here.
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Voyager of the Seas
This ship is a revolutionary marvel of naval engineering. Enjoy one-of-a-kind features like an ice-skating rink, the Royal Promenade and a rock-climbing wall, just for starters. How did Royal Caribbeal accommodate all of these innovative ideas? Simple. They built a bigger cruise ship. The 138,000-ton, 3,114-guest Voyager of the Seas became the world's largest cruise ship when it entered service in November 1999. Innovations on this and other Voyager-family ships add up to more space for every guest, and include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.