East meets West: Explore the iconic sights of Hong Kong with a Royal Caribbean cruise

Asia is home to paradise islands, lush forests and golden temples.

And nowhere introduces you to the excitement of the East better than Hong Kong, the doorway to one of the most amazingly diverse continents on Earth.

Explore the iconic sights of Asia’s World City in style with a Cruise & Stay package from Royal Caribbean.

A destination like no other

Hong Kong is where East meets West in the most fabulous way; you can enjoy world class cuisine and authentic street food or browse designer shopping districts while spotting historic landmarks.

On a Royal Caribbean Cruise & Stay holiday, you will be able to immerse yourself in the culture and traditions of the Orient, without compromising on modern-day sophistication.

Their expertly planned excursions allow you to take in the breathtaking views from The Peak – the highest point in Hong Kong – before enjoying a brew at a 1960’s teahouse.

From being awestruck by its iconic skyscrapers to being moved by the majestic sight of the Tian Tan Buddha – the largest outdoor seated Buddha in the world – Hong Kong will have you at hello!

Explore, experience, enjoy

Royal Caribbean offers holidaymakers ‘Cruise & Stay’ packages, which allow you to visit multiple locations onboard a luxury liner as well as staying right in the midst of things on land – cleverly letting you have the best of both worlds.

Why not start your journey of a lifetime in Hong Kong with an escorted tour of the city over three days while staying right in its heart?  The holiday offers a full day tour of Lantau Island, renowned for its amazing sunrises, as well as half a day taking in the beauty of Hong Kong Island, before you leave land behind and set sail for Singapore.

Not only will you be able to delve into the culture organically on shore, but the cruises are hugely popular with Chinese travellers, meaning you’ll get to learn more about the local heritage onboard.

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