South-East Asia Cruises

If you are looking for paradisiacal beaches, beautiful weather and unspoilt nature then look no further than Star Clippers’ Thailand cruises. Also incorporating stops in Penang, Malacca and Langkawi in Malaysia, these itineraries on board Star Clipper are packed with relaxing visits to laid-back destinations like Phuket, Ko Hong and Phang Nga Bay. As you wonder along white sands, you’ll have time to admire the breathtaking natural landscapes before unwinding with a drink in hand. Plus, keen divers will have the chance to explore beneath the waves as well as on land.

 

Some of these South-East Asia cruises also visit the fantastic city of Singapore. Providing the polar opposite to some of the beach destinations you will visit, it’s a melting pot of cultures filled with people from all walks of life. The impressive skyscrapers tower all around you but are delightfully offset by the greenery of places such as Gardens by the Bay and the National Orchid Garden. Whilst the shops of Orchard Road and restaurants of Clarke Quay offer a lively atmosphere, there is always the chance to find a moment to yourself in the various temples and on islands like Pulau Ubin.

 

Our cruises to South-East Asia also include itineraries from Bali. Indonesia cruises are certainly becoming increasingly popular, as more and more people become aware of this beautiful and diverse destination. Spread across 17,000 different islands, it is the world’s largest archipelago nation. Expect breathtaking natural sights, such as waterfalls and volcanoes; peaceful beaches, one of which features pink sand; and exotic wildlife that fills the land, sky and sea. Bali and Komodo are just two of the islands that you may be familiar with, each demonstrating Indonesia’s main draws perfectly. The former is home to luxury resorts upon golden sands, whilst the latter is the where you will visit the beautiful Komodo National Park, home to the fearsome Komodo dragon – the world’s largest lizard.

 

Plan your Sailing

Ko Samui - Ko Samui - Star Clipper

Itinerary

Saturday 10 October 2020   Ko Samui, Thailand

Ko Samui is home to about 40,000 full-time inhabitants, 90% of whom are Buddist. It's the second largest island in Thailand and is very popular with tourists. It has a vibrant beach party scene for the lively visitor but it is also well known for it's attention to mindfulness. There are an abundance of spas and wellness retreats in the resort.

Sunday 11 October 2020   Ko Pha Ngan, Thailand

Ko Pha Ngan is an island in the south east of Thailand in Surat Thani Province. It is famous for its Full Moon Party at Haad Rin Beach and as a backpacker destination. By day, you'll find a lovely island with coconut trees and plenty of sandy white beaches.

Monday 12 October 2020   Ko Wua Ta Lap, Thailand

Ko Wua Ta Lap is a National Marine Park located in the south of Thailand, in the province of Surat Thani. It is famous for it's spectacular views that can be enjoyed after a steep hike that takes around 45 minutes. Many say it's the most amazing view in the whole of Thailand. The beaches are beautiful and it's definitely worth renting a kayak to explore the area.

Tuesday 13 October 2020   Ko Tao, Thailand

Koh Tao is located on the east side of the Surat Thani coastline. It's name, in English, means ‘Turtle Island’ for the island’s connection with its being inhabited by sea turtles. Its stunning coral reefs and abundant marine life in clear, warm water, attract many visitors here each year. Despite it's popularity the island still manages to retain a relaxed atmosphere and life style.

Wednesday 14 October 2020   Ko Talu, Thailand

Ko Talu has lovely palm fringed beaches and a shallow reef that is ideal for snorkelling. It is one of the very few islands in the Thai sea that turtles often come to lay their eggs and as an island they are very keen to support conservation projects. You can kayak, sail and trek here.

Thursday 15 October 2020   Pattaya, Thailand

Pattaya has a reputation as a fun-seekers paradise. It has hundreds of bars and a well deserved reputation for it's exotic nightlife. Aside from this there are many other great things to see and do here including Pattaya Floating Market and Wat Phra Khao Yai (“Big Buddha Hill”) and the lovely tranquil Nong Nooch Tropical Garden.

Friday 16 October 2020   Ko Samet, Thailand

Ko Samet is full of cosy coves, most of them have fine white sand and are lapped by aquamarine waters. There are sixteen beaches in total that offer a variety of different scenes. Generally speaking, the busy and party-oriented area is found in the north, and more laid back and family-oriented area in the south.

Saturday 17 October 2020   Ko Mak/Ko Kham, Thailand

Koh Mak is beautiful with white sands and stunning clear blue water and is the largest privately owned island in Thailand. There is plenty to see on Koh Mak with its thousands of palm trees, a Buddhist temple, tree fishing villages, shops, and restaurants. Other activities include windsurfing, swimming or trying one of the new bicycle tracks around the island. There are also plenty of guided tour boat trips to visit neighboring islands. You can, of course, chose to relax in a hammock or get a traditional Thai massage.

Sunday 18 October 2020   Sihanoukville, Cambodia

Sihanoukville was named1964 after the ruling prince of Cambodia and is being developed at a rapid pace. The media have said it is set to become "Asia's next trendsetting beach" destination. Sihanoukville has a different look and feel than most Cambodian towns as it is much newer, more urban and cosmopolitan than most Cambodian provincial cities. Fresh seafood, especially crab, prawns and ocean fish, have always been one of the town's biggest attractions.

Monday 19 October 2020   Koh Rong, Cambodia

Koh Rong, is located near the coast of Sihanoukville, Cambodia. It is famous for its serene beauty. Often described as an ‘island paradise’ by visiting tourists, the island boasts pristine white sandy beaches, warm crystal-clear ocean waters, and a hot tropical climate. There are plenty of organised activities to participate in, including jungle walks and boat trips.

Tuesday 20 October 2020   At Sea

Each Star Clippers ship offers a traditional and elegant way to see the world. Feel the wind fill the sails and gently carry you from one gorgeous destination to the next. During your time on board, you can choose to relax on a sun lounger or cool off in one of the pools on the top deck, while more adventurous passengers may enjoy the opportunity to climb the rigging or even have a go at steering the ship. Alternatively, you can wander the interior areas of the ship and discover relaxing lounges, a revitalising spa (Royal Clipper only) and a peaceful library.

Wednesday 21 October 2020   Ko Samui, Thailand

Ko Samui is home to about 40,000 full-time inhabitants, 90% of whom are Buddist. It's the second largest island in Thailand and is very popular with tourists. It has a vibrant beach party scene for the lively visitor but it is also well known for it's attention to mindfulness. There are an abundance of spas and wellness retreats in the resort.

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