See rural rice fields covered in mist and cosmopolitan cities awash in neon lights with a cruise to Asia.
Asia has enchanted and bewildered visitors for ages. The continent's combination of energetic cities, traditional architecture and exotic landscapes will overwhelm and delight your senses. Discover a tropical paradise in Thailand, where you can snorkel in the Phi Phi Islands or zipline through the rainforest in Chiang Mai and see the Temple of Heaven in Beijing or scale the Great Wall of China. Cruise to Asia and take in kaleidoscopic Tokyo to get swept up in the city's fast-beating heartbeat at Shibuya Crossing. Hit the streets of Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur to sample street-food classics like nasi lemak — coconut rice spiced with sambal hot sauce and paired with fried chicken — or trek through mist-covered rice paddies in Vietnam. Discover the magic with an Asia cruise.
Explore more while spending less with Asia cruise deals onboard our best cruise ships.
Asia's sprawling metropolises are some of the world's most futuristic urban centers and Asia’s top attractions. Gaze at a forest of skyscrapers in Hong Kong, see mind-blowing 3-D art projections in Tokyo, or stroll through innovative billion-dollar gardens in Singapore with the best Asia cruises.
Explore Malaysia's Taman Negara rainforest, or kayak past steep, moss-covered cliffsides in Vietnam's Halong Bay. Hike up red-pagoda-lined Nanshan Mountain near Shenzhen, China, or scale volcanic Mount Keelung in Taiwan. Step into a vast and varied continent with virtually endless natural wonders during your next cruise to Asia.
A cruise to Asia is filled with exciting destinations, each with its own style and vibe. Discover Asia onboard the Best Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships.
Asia's summers tend to be hot and humid — great weather for lounging on a tropical beach, but if you're looking for cooler temps, visit at the end of spring or the start of autumn.
English is spoken and taught in many Asian countries as a second language, but it's always handy to know a few words in the local language to help you navigate the place and culture.
Stop for food at the spots you see crowded with locals: You might wait in line a bit, but the busy spots are sure to serve up the best, most authentic dishes.