Two Celebrity Cruises ships will spend the 2023-2024 fall and winter season sailing to various destinations across Asia.
Celebrity Millennium will begin 12-night itineraries in Asia in September 2023, visiting destinations in countries such as Japan, China, Malaysia and Thailand.
The voyages feature a return to ports such as Lombok, Indonesia and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; while giving passengers the opportunity to explore new ports of departure in Benoa, Bali, Indonesia and Mumbai, India. New ports of call for Celebrity include Celukan Bawang, Bali, Indonesia and Hambantota, Sri Lanka.
Joining Millennium in November 2023, Celebrity Solstice will head to the heart of Southeast Asia, offering 12-night cruises showcasing the cultural treasures of Vietnam and Thailand, departing from Hong Kong and Singapore.
Those wanting a longer trip to other destinations can take one of Celebrity Solstice’s two 17-day transpacific cruises, departing from either Honolulu or Sydney. Destinations along the way include New Zealand and the crown jewels of French Polynesia: Moorea, Tahiti, Fiji and others.
The two ships’ Asia itineraries also include a number of overnight port calls, including in Mumbai, India; Hanoi, Vietnam; Bangkok, Thailand and Singapore.
The 2023-2024 program includes three new itineraries for Celebrity: 12 nights Northeast Asia; 12 nights Bali, Malaysia and Thailand; and 12-day Spice Route cruises. The Spice Route cruises follow a varied section of the historic route from Mumbai to Singapore or vice versa.
“In 2023, we’re returning to some of the world’s most popular destinations in Asia, offering our guests more itinerary options for ‘Journey WonderFULL,'” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO of Celebrity Cruises. “Travel opens a person’s heart and mind to the unique story of a people and a place, beyond what is possible through mere viewing of pictures. These epic Asia itineraries allow guests to explore some of the world’s oldest civilizations and be transformed by the richness of their cultures.”
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