Osaka To Bangkok Fly/Cruise

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R3, a former Renaissance vessel was introduced to Princess’ fleet on August 9, 2002 as Pacific Princess. This ship offers large cabins, cozy spaces, and a gracious Old World atmosphere. Passengers can opt for traditional dining, or take advantage of one of the alternative dining venues; Sabatini’s, Sterling Steakhouse, or the 24-hour buffet restaurant. The spa features massages, facials, mud baths, aromatherapy, a thalassotherapy pool, and other innovative treatments. Settle down with a good book in the library, with its richly upholstered sofas and chairs, fireplace and hardwood paneling. On-board entertainment ranges from ballroom to disco dancing, and there’s a casino. After dinner, passengers can enjoy performances by comedians, magicians, and singers in the main show lounge. With over two thirds of the ship’s cabins having balconies and with a variety of dining and entertainment options, the Pacific Princess delivers on Princess’ trademark “big ship choice" in a smaller, more intimate cruise environment.

FLY/CRUISE PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Air from MELBOURNE/SYDNEY to OSAKA and returning from BANGKOK with Qantas
  • 16 night cruise from OSAKA to BANGKOK aboard ‘PACIFIC PRINCESS’
  • All meals, entertainment, port charges, government taxes, and air taxes

 
  • 10673
  • Ocean
  • 01 Jan 00
  • Asia
  • 07 Jun 16
  • Cruise Only

R3, a former Renaissance vessel was introduced to Princess’ fleet on August 9, 2002 as Pacific Princess. This ship offers large cabins, cozy spaces, and a gracious Old World atmosphere. Passengers can opt for traditional dining, or take advantage of one of the alternative dining venues; Sabatini’s, Sterling Steakhouse, or the 24-hour buffet restaurant. The spa features massages, facials, mud baths, aromatherapy, a thalassotherapy pool, and other innovative treatments. Settle down with a good book in the library, with its richly upholstered sofas and chairs, fireplace and hardwood paneling. On-board entertainment ranges from ballroom to disco dancing, and there’s a casino. After dinner, passengers can enjoy performances by comedians, magicians, and singers in the main show lounge. With over two thirds of the ship’s cabins having balconies and with a variety of dining and entertainment options, the Pacific Princess delivers on Princess’ trademark “big ship choice" in a smaller, more intimate cruise environment.

FLY/CRUISE PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Air from MELBOURNE/SYDNEY to OSAKA and returning from BANGKOK with Qantas
  • 16 night cruise from OSAKA to BANGKOK aboard ‘PACIFIC PRINCESS’
  • All meals, entertainment, port charges, government taxes, and air taxes

 

Important Terms

  • * Rates quoted are in Australian dollars.
  • Prices shown are fully inclusive of taxes unless otherwise stated.
  • Advertised price includes any bonus nights, special offers or discounts listed in the inclusions.
  • Surcharges may apply due to demand, Christmas & New Year's Eve, school or public holidays, trade shows, special events & other unforeseen circumstances.
  • Prices may be based on Dynamic Rates and as such, may fluctuate at anytime without notice, due to matters outside our control, such as adverse currency fluctuations, fuel surcharges, taxes and airfare increases, or at the property's discretion.
 

CRUISE ITINERARY

11 JUNOsaka, Japan
12 JUNHiroshima, Japan
13 JUNAt Sea
14 JUNShanghai, China
15 JUNAt Sea
16 JUNOkinawa, Japan
17 JUNTaipei, Taiwan
18 JUNAt Sea
19 JUNHong Kong, China
20 JUNAt Sea
21 JUNAt Sea
22 JUNHo Chi Minh City, Vietnam
23 JUNAt Sea
24 JUNSingapore
25 JUNKuantan, Malaysia
26 JUNAt Sea
27 JUNBangkok, Thailand
 
 

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