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Azamara Quest is a mid-size ship with a capacity of 690 guests and well-suited to the needs of modern voyagers. There's a genial club-like atmosphere, attentive staff and comfortable social spaces where you'll never feel crowded. The polished style and plush amenities of the staterooms add to the enjoyment along with the amazing entertainment options, diverse culinary experiences and that pretty much everything you could ever want is included on board.
Singapore 3 nights
Azamara Quest 16 nights
Perth 2 nights
Day 1: Fly to Singapore.
Day 2 Singapore: On arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Day 3 Singapore: At leisure to explore wonderful Singapore. Don't miss the Singapore Flyer, Gardens by the Bay, Little India and Raffles Hotel.
Day 4 Singapore/Cruise: Further time at leisure before you are transferred to the port to board Azamara Quest.
Day 5 At sea: Perhaps lounge the day away on the pool deck, indulge in a treatment at Sanctum Spa or stay ship shape with a class at the fitness centre.
Day 6 Jakarta, Indonesia: Attractions include the old town of Batavia which transports you to Indonesia's Dutch colonial past, the Istiqlal Mosque is fascinating and the flea market on Jalan Surabaya Street is a shopper's paradise.
Day 7 Semarang (Borobudur), Indonesia: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Prambanan is a collection of massive Hindu temples while at nearby Borobudur, you'll find the largest Buddhist monument in the world. The twin soaring, and active, volcanoes on the horizon are the perfect backdrop to watch the sunset over this fertile landscape.
Day 8 Surabaya, Indonesia: Beautiful Buddhist temples and mosques, including historic Masjid Ample, are visible throughout the city. The Arab Quarter is home to narrow lanes filled with stalls, while elsewhere you can visit the House of Sampoerna, a unique clove museum.
Days 9-10 Benoa, Indonesia: Two days to enjoy Bali's wonderful beaches.
Day 11 Komodo, Indonesia: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Komodo National Park is home to the Komodo dragon and pink sand beaches - one of only seven places in the world with these distinct shores.
Day 12 At sea: Opt to laze poolside, browse the onboard shops or join an enrichment.
Days 13-14 Broome, Australia: As you arrive soak in the sunset over Cable Beach and on the following day you can even tour the beach on the back of a camel.
Day 15 At sea: Why not treat yourself at the spa?
Day 16 Exmouth, Australia: This former WWII submarine base offers endless aquatic adventures from snorkelling to whale watching and more. Discover World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef, then perhaps take a hike through the Mandu Mandu Gorge to see wallabies.
Day 17 At sea: Do as much or as little as you wish.
Day 18 Geraldton, Australia: This lovely town is known as Australia's windsurfing and kite surfing capital. Along with miles of white sand beaches, you can also take an eco-cruise of the Abrolhos Islands, visit Point Moore Lighthouse and the Byzantine St Francis Xavier Cathedral.
Day 19 Perth, Australia: This magical city has much to see and do. Where better to start than Kings Park for an enchanting treetop walk, or perhaps indulge in some retail therapy along King Street.
Day 20 Perth, Australia: Disembark and transfer to your hotel. The rest of the day is yours to relax or explore.
Day 21 Perth, Australia: Perhaps take the ferry to nearby Fremantle, or book an excursion to the Swan Valley, which is Australia's oldest wine region.
Day 22 Perth, Australia: Transfer to the airport for your onward journey. Alternatively, why not extend your stay in Australia?
20 nights Cruise & Stay from £4649pp
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