Dubai to Singapore

Dear Fellow Adventurer,

It is my pleasure to be once again invited to join Zaneta and Joe, Clarkson Travel and their special guests aboard a Regent Seven Seas Cruise. My first experience on the trip from Rome to Dubai in 2017 was exciting and memorable.

I now look forward to continuing the adventure from Dubai to Singapore and all the breathtaking destinations enroute aboard the Regent Seven Seas. As this is a longer journey, I will be doing 2 one hour shows and 2 “fireside” chats and will share my love of music again, from Broadway and Beyond.

I hope you will join us.

Robert Pilon

STAR OF CANADIAN MUSICAL STAGE, TELEVISION, AND RECORDING ARTIST
Exclusive to all guests traveling with Robert Pilon

• FREE 3 Day Singapore Package Extension (Value of $2,266pp)
• Exclusive to our guests: $700 USD Spa & Shopping Credits per suite
• 2 Cocktail Parties
• Get to know Robert Pilon at 2 one-hour fireside chats
• 2 Private concerts by Robert Pilon

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THIS CRUISE:
ALL FARES INCLUDE: FREE Transfers Between Airport and Ship, 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.

This voyage is on the all-suite 700 guest capacity Seven Seas Voyager.

Review the deck plan and stateroom layouts.

For stateroom availability, pricing, and advice, call 905 855 1700 or CLICK HERE to submit your query.

CRUISE HOLIDAYS OF CLARKSON
1739 Lakeshore Road West, Mississauga, Ontario, L5J 1J4
905.855.1700 | 866.919.2111 | info@clarksontravel.ca

November 16, 2019
20 Nights, Dubai to Singapore

Seven Seas Voyager®

Hosted by Zaneta & Joe Rochemont

Your Daily Itinerary

Nov 16 – Dubai, UAE (Embarkation)
Located in the northeast United Arab Emirates, bustling Dubai attracts visitors with its international facilities and exotic, yet cosmopolitan lifestyle. Known as the Hong Kong of Arabia, Dubai’s modern duty-free shopping malls and traditional souks offer some of the best bargains in the world on such luxury items as gold jewelry and designer creations. For a more historic outing, visitors can explore the museum at Al Fahidi Fort or venture out into the Old Quarter of Bastakia.

Nov 17 – Fujairah, UAE
Fujairah is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, on the Gulf of Oman. Fujairah is the only Emirate of the U.A.E. that is almost totally mountainous, surrounded by the ruggedly majestic Hajar Mountains. Dana Plaza offers shopping in the souks, while excursions include dune drives, camel safaris and a voyage to the region’s only fjord, Musandam Fjords.

Nov 18 to 19 – Cruising the Arabian Sea

Nov 20 to 21– Mumbai (Bombay), India
Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra and the most populous city in the world. This bustling city offers a seemingly endless array of sights and cultural activities, and is the commercial and entertainment capital of India. Mumbai is home to India’s Hindi film and television industry, known as “Bollywood.” Mumbai is also one of the few cities that accommodates a national park, the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, within its city limits.

Nov 22 – Goa (Mormugao), India
Located in the northeast United Arab Emirates, bustling Dubai attracts visitors with its international facilities and exotic, yet cosmopolitan lifestyle. Known as the Hong Kong of Arabia, Dubai’s modern duty-free shopping malls and traditional souks offer some of the best bargains in the world on such luxury items as gold jewelry and designer creations. For a more historic outing, visitors can explore the museum at Al Fahidi Fort or venture out into the Old Quarter of Bastakia.

Nov 23 – Mangalore, India
A major port on the Arabian Sea located in Southern India, Mangalore derives its name from a goddess. The city has a rich historical past, part of it even dating back to major epics that are the bedrock of the Hindu mythological pantheon. Mangalore has 11th century temples, scintillating beaches dotted with coconut palm trees, museums and lighthouses. Red-roofed houses against the lush greenery provide a much-needed escape from the ordinary.

Nov 24 – Cochin (Kochi), India
Popularly referred to as the ’Queen of the Arabian Sea,’ Cochin (Khochi) has been a trading post since early Roman times, due to its strategic location between Europe and China. From the court of Kubla Khan to the captains of Europe’s great Age of Exploration, travelers and merchants from far-off lands have been coming here since ancient times in search of spices, sandalwood and ivory. Explore St. Francis’ Church, the oldest existing European church in India. View one of the oldest synagogues in the world – a jewel of incomparable beauty with its brass columns, Belgian hanging lamps, and exquisite hand-painted, blue-and-white Chinese porcelain tiles.

Nov 25 – Cruising the Indian Ocean

Nov 26 – Colombo, Sri Lanka
Capital of the ancient Kingdom of Kandy, Colombo has been visited for over 2,000 years by Roman, Chinese, Arab and European traders. Explore this exotic city and view colorful colonial buildings including the Presidential Secretariat, the Grand Oriental Hotel, and the Lighthouse Clock Tower. A “must” to visit is Pettah, Colombo’s leading bazaar district. The narrow cobbled streets are lined with shops and street stalls offering the most unimaginable range of goods. Other noteworthy sights include Viharamahadevi Park, the city’s largest and oldest green expanse; and the palatial mansions of Cinnamon Gardens.

Nov 27 to 29 – Cruising the Laccadive Sea and the Bay of Bengal

Nov 30 to Dec 2 – Yangon (Burma), Myanmar
Exotic Yangon was founded as Dagon in the 500’s by the Mon, who dominated the lower portions of present-day Myanmar. Yangon harbors the most sacred site in the country, the magnificent Scwedagon Pagoda with its amazing complex of pavilions and shrines. Nearby is the colossal reclining Buddha, almost as large as the famous statue in the town of Bago. As a former British Colony, view many fine examples of colonial architecture including the famous Strand Hotel.

Dec 3– Cruising the Andaman Sea

Dec 4 – Phuket, Thailand
With a land area of 215 square miles, Phuket Island is about the same size as Singapore, making it Thailand’s largest island. Known as the “Pearl of Thailand,” this beautiful retreat offers pristine beaches, lush vegetation, traditional villages, and seascapes of huge limestone pillars that tower over the turquoise waters of Phang-Nga Bay. Apart from tourism, much of the province’s wealth derives from tin production, which started back in the 16th century.

Dec 5 – Cruising the Malacca Strait

Dec 6 – Singapore (Disembarkation)
Straegically located at the end of the Malaysian peninsula, the island nation of Singapore is a modern, thriving metropolis and a true melting pot of cultures. Singapore offers diverse colorful ethnic quarters; a fantastic array of superb cuisines; and a shopping mecca second to none. In many ways Singapore (the name means Lion City) was built by Sir Stamford Raffles. Coming ashore to a tiny fishing village in 1819, through trade treaties and business acumen, he laid the foundation for one of the most amazing urban success stories in history. Today, travelers can embrace exotic sights and sounds as they stroll or ride a trishaw through Chinatown, the Arab Quarter or Little India. Head down to the scenic Boat Quay for unrivaled views of the harbor and stop at one of the many international eateries for a refreshing repast. Shop along famous Orchard Road with its merchandise from every corner of the Pacific Rim; embark on a night safari at the Singapore Zoo or relax in the verdant shade of the Bukit Timah Nature Preserve. Be sure to leave time to try a refreshing Singapore Sling at the bar at Raffles Hotel.