Princess Cruises provide a splendid way to escape the tension of daily life. It offers the classy Sapphire Princess, known as jewel of the sea, which sails from Xingang, China to the port of Singapore. The 16-day trip includes visits from China to South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore.
On the Sapphire Princess, you will discover the fine pleasures of dining, entertainment activities and the special services, which are provided by courteous andproficient crew members. Once in Singapore, you will be taken to the Cruise center, from where buses or motor coaches will be made available to Chinatown.
At Chinatown tourist can explore the old streets, shops and market stalls, Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest temple in the city, the 129-acre Botanical Gardens and the Mount Faber that provides picturesque views of the harbor, Sentosa Island and the downtown district, Jurong Bird Park that boasts of 5,000 birds from 450 different species.
At Chinatown tourist can explore the old streets, shops and market stalls, Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest temple in the city, the 129-acre Botanical Gardens and the Mount Faber that provides picturesque views of the harbor, Sentosa Island and the downtown district, Jurong Bird Park that boasts of 5,000 birds from 450 different species. The park also features a nocturnal birdhouse, a walk-through open-air aviary, a penguin exhibit and more. With all these exciting sights of offer, the cruise onboard the Sapphire princess seems irresistible!.
Princess Cruises Singapore stops over at some of the leading tourist destinations of the Southeast Asian nation – Singapore, Little India, Mount Faber and Thian Hock Kheng Temple. The guests can avail excursions to some of the leading tourist destinations in Singapore:
- Chinatown / Sri Maraimman Temple
- Jurong Bird Park
- Botanic Gardens
- Singapore River Cruise
- Raffles Hotel
- Singapore Zoo
- Orchard Road
Mount Faber is the second tallest point in Singapore. The location provides lovely views of the harbor, the business and entertainment district and Sentosa Island. Little India does justice to the name – the whole location is dotted with a variety of shops dealing in spices, flower garlands and cloths that are so typical of India.
The Chinese temple, Thian Hock Kheng Temple is the first of its kind in Singapore – it is also one of the top Hokkien temples in the Asian city. All in all the facilities and the quality of locations being visited ensures that guests have an experience truly worth it and one that is filled with memories enough to last a lifetime.
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