2 for 1 All-Inclusive Fares for East Asia with Regent Seven Seas Cruises

About River or Ocean Cruises
Regent Seven Seas Cruise

This program begins in Beijing but ends in Tokyo therefore arrival flights must be made into the Beijing International Airport. The internal flights between Beijing, Shanghai and Tokyo are included in the program.

Experience East Asia

& 2 for 1 All-Inclusive Fares 

INCLUDING BUSINESS CLASS AIRFARE

 

 

ALL IN PRICE: $11,699 USD PER PERSON 

DEPARTURE DATE: MAR 13, 2020

DURATION: 14 NIGHTS 

LIST OF INCLUSIONS: 

  • 2-FOR-1 All-Inclusive Fares 
  • FREE Business Class Air* on Intercontinental Flights
  • FREE Transfers Between Airport and Ship
  • FREE Pre- or Post-Cruise Land Program
  • FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions
  • FREE Unlimited Beverages Including Fine Wines and Premium Spirits
  • FREE Open Bars and Lounges Plus In-Suite Mini-Bar Replenished Daily
  • FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities
  • FREE Specialty Restaurants
  • FREE Unlimited WiFi CONCIERGE SUITES AND HIGHER INCLUDE: FREE 1-Night Pre-Cruise Hotel Package* and more PENTHOUSE SUITES AND HIGHER INCLUDE: FREE Personal Butler and more

HURRY! OFFER ENDS ON DEC 31, 2019

*Fares are subject to increase. All fares are per person in U.S. dollars, valid for residents of U.S. and Canada, based on double occupancy for new bookings only and may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Not all promotions are combinable. 2-for-1 Fares are based on published Full Brochure Fares; such fares may not have resulted in actual sales in all suite categories and do not include optional charges as detailed in the Guest Ticket Contract. FREE Economy Class Air applies to roundtrip flights only from the following airports: ATL, BOS, CLT, DEN, DFW, DTW, EWR, FLL, IAD, IAH, JFK, LAX, LGA, MCO, MDW, MIA, MSP, ORD, PBI, PHL, PHX, SAN, SAV, SEA, SFO, TPA, YUL, YVR, YYZ. Airfare is available from all other U.S. and Canadian gateways for an additional charge. Ground transfers between airport and ship are included. All airline fees, surcharges and government taxes are included, however airline-imposed personal charges such as baggage fees may apply. Custom Air arrangements may be made 270 days prior to sailing (custom air fees apply). Guests who elect not to participate in Regent Seven Seas Cruises® FREE Air Program or do not purchase transfer arrangements from Regent Seven Seas Cruises® will be responsible for their own transfer arrangements to and from the ship. Offer is capacity-controlled, may be withdrawn at any time. Offer is available to Seven Seas Society members & First time Regent guests in the U.S. and Canada only and is combinable with standard public promotional offers, however is not combinable with any Resident Specials, including Canadian Dollars at Par, Elevate and Explore or the FREE Land Program offer. Savings applies to cruise-only fare and does not apply to airfare, pre-cruise hotel package or any incremental add-ons; standard air credit and hotel credit apply. Mention “SOCIETY EXOTICS” or "FTR EXOTICS" at time of booking. Ships’ Registry:Bahamas. ©2019 Regent Seven Seas Cruises®

(Photo: Trip Itinerary)

Itinerary

Day 1: TOKYO, JAPAN

Because it is the seat of the Japanese government and the home of the Imperial Family, Tokyo is the de facto capital of Japan. The firebombings of WWII in 1945, with 75,000 to 200,000 killed and half of the city destroyed, were almost as devastating as the atomic bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki combined. After the war, Tokyo was completely rebuilt. Today, Tokyo is one of the three world finance "command centers," along with New York and London.

Day 2: CRUISING THE EAST CHINA SEA

At Sea.

(Photo: Seven Sea Voyager in dock) 

Day 3: CRUISING THE EAST CHINA SEA

At Sea.

Day 4: ISHIGAKI (SAKISHIMA ISLANDS), JAPAN

Ishigaki is home to Japan’s finest beaches and sweeping natural beauty. The renowned Bay with its emerald-green water was awarded 3 stars by the Michelin guide, yet its true charm are in the lesser known capes of Uganzaki and Hirakubo, along with the peak of Mt. Nosoko. Ishigaki is the gateway to the rest of the Yaeyama archipelago. The islands of Taketomi, Kuroshima and Kohama make for fantastic day-trip destinations, all of which can be explored by bicycle within a few hours.

Day 5: CRUISING THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

At Sea.

Day 6: HONG KONG, CHINA

In 1841, Hong Kong became a British Crown colony when it was acquired from China. In 1984, Britain and China signed an agreement which stated Hong Kong would return to China, but that it would maintain in its capitalist system for 50 years. This transfer took place during on June 30, 1997 under great pomp and ceremony. Its enormous harbor, vast industrialization and free port status make it a major Asian crossroad, and perhaps the best place to shop in the world.

(Photo: Beautiful couple enjoying the Horizon Lounge)

Day 7: CRUISING THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

At Sea. 

Day 8: HANOI (HA LONG BAY), VIETNAM

Hanoi is gateway to Halong Bay and the Red River Delta. This region, "the Bay of the Descending Dragon," is dotted with more than 3,000 mountainous islands, each with its own unique landscape. The islands are famous for their dolomite and limestone rock formations. At the western end of Halong Bay is Cat Ba Island, where Chinese and Vietnamese pirates settled during the late 19th century. Today a large section of the island is devoted to a protected national park.

Day 9: HUE (CHAN MAY)

Sitting on the southerly curve of a vast, well-protected bay, Vietnam’s third largest city, Da Nang is the principal port in the central part of the country and still retains much of its French colonial ambiance. Visit the intriguing Cham Museum, filled with wonderful artifacts of the Cham culture centered here for a millennium and famed China Beach. But Hue, the former imperial capital on the Perfume River beckons. Now undergoing a renaissance enjoy its lovely temples, pagodas and imposing citadel protected by a moat. Browse the shops for locally woven cotton cloth, lacquerware and charming silk paintings on note cards. Savor Vietnamese cuisine including bountiful lobster. shrimp, crab, and fish dishes as well as noodle dishes and soups.

Day 10: CRUISING THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

At Sea.

Day 11: HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM

Ho Chi Minh is Vietnam's largest and most famous city. During the 14th century this city was known as Prey Nokor and was nothing more than a trading post. By the 18th century, the Lords of Hue, under the Nguyens, had established control of the trade in Prey Nokor and renamed the city Saigon. After the Vietnam War, the new communist regime changed the official name of the city of Saigon to Ho Chi Minh and began to rebuild its economic and social structure.

(Photo: Big Buddha! in Ho Chi Minh City) 

Day 12: HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM

Ho Chi Minh is Vietnam's largest and most famous city. During the 14th century this city was known as Prey Nokor and was nothing more than a trading post. By the 18th century, the Lords of Hue, under the Nguyens, had established control of the trade in Prey Nokor and renamed the city Saigon. After the Vietnam War, the new communist regime changed the official name of the city of Saigon to Ho Chi Minh and began to rebuild its economic and social structure.

Day 13: CRUISING THE GULF OF THAILAND 

At Sea.

Day 14: BANGKOK (LAEM CHABANG), THAILAND

Bangkok is the capital and largest city in Thailand. It began as a small trading center on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River serving the Ayutthaya Kingdom, the precursor of modern Thailand which existed from 1350 to 1767. The city has vastly modernized and undergone numerous changes, including the introduction of transportation and utility infrastructure in the reigns of King Mongkut and King Chulalongkorn, and quickly developed into the economic centre of Thailand.

Day 15: BANGKOK (LAEM CHABANG), THAILAND

Bangkok is the capital and largest city in Thailand. It began as a small trading center on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River serving the Ayutthaya Kingdom, the precursor of modern Thailand which existed from 1350 to 1767. The city has vastly modernized and undergone numerous changes, including the introduction of transportation and utility infrastructure in the reigns of King Mongkut and King Chulalongkorn, and quickly developed into the economic centre of Thailand.

Interested in 2 for 1 All-Inclusive Fares for East Asia with Regent Seven Seas Cruises?

Regent Seven Seas Cruise

Sandra McLeod

Contact Us