14 NIGHT ASIA & THE FAR EAST CRUISE
Celebrity- Millennium 28th March 2020
Join the Millennium in Shanghai on this Classic, Magical Asia & The Far East Cruise with ports of call at: Shanghai, At Sea, Inchon, At Sea, Beijing, At Sea, Cheju Island, At Sea, Kobe, Shimizu, Tokyo, Tokyo.
||Board your ship between 12 noon and 3 p.m.
| All Flights
|14 Night Cruise
|On Board Gratuity
YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA
Delightful design, with clever use of natural light throughout its public areas, enhances the stunningly attractive ambience of this beautiful cruise ship and promotes an atmosphere of calm openness from the moment you board. The Celebrity Millennium oozes sophistication and is a superb choice for those looking for a refined and elegant cruise with all the modern facilities you could imagine. It’s a large ship, which means that not only are there activities and entertainment for all ages but also lovely deck and promenade spaces.
Facilities on Board
- Main dining hall, RMS Olympic speciality restaurant, casual eateries
- Panoramic viewing lounge
- Conservatory areas with floral artworks
- AquaSpa with pool, gym and treatment rooms
- Jogging track and multi-sports court
- Kids’ activities, for tots to teens
- Tonnage 91,000
- Passenger capacity 2,138
- Total Crew 999
- Total Cabins 975
- Decks 11
Day 1: Shanghai
Shanghai is the cool, confident face of modern China, and its energy is infectious. Go to the Bund to watch ships on the river and marvel at the huge variety of architectural styles on display, or watch the crowds go by in People’s Square. Shoppers should make a beeline for the Fabric Market, where you can have a suit or dress tailor-made for you at bargain prices. At night, explore all manner of fashionable restaurants, bars and nightclubs or just stroll through the city enjoying the spectacular neon lights.
Embark your ship – Millennium
Day 2: At Sea
Day 3: Inchon
Inchon is a historically and economically significant place for Koreans. During the Korean War, the city was the site of the Inchon Landing by American forces. Today, it is a metropolitan city with the population of about 2.8 million, politically independent from Seoul. Also, the city serves as a transportation hub by air and sea, with a massive harbour. Several beautiful islands, such as Yeongiong Island and Ganghwa Island, are also within city limits.
Day 4: At Sea
Day 5: Beijing
The city of Beijing is overflowing with history and culture. Alive with the hustle and bustle of daily lives of the millions who live in Beijing. The Forbidden City, famed home of China’s lost Emperors is a must to see. The infamous Tiananmen Square bustles with activity while giving an atmosphere of old Soviet style grandeur. A visit to the temple of Heaven will allow you to wander around the beautiful scenic park which surrounds it and probably the greenest place in Beijing.
Day 6: Beijing
Day 7: Beijing
Day 8: At Sea
Day 9 : Cheju Island
The mass of islands draping off Korea’s southern coast fades into the Pacific, before coming to an enigmatic conclusion in the crater-pocked Jeju Island, known locally as Jejudo. This tectonic pimple in the South Sea is the country’s number-one holiday destination, particularly for Korean honeymooners, and it’s easy to see why – the volcanic crags, innumerable beaches and colourful rural life draw comparisons with Hawaii and Bali, a fact not lost on the local tourist authorities.
Day 10: At Sea
Day 11: Kobe
Kobe is the capital of Hyogo Prefecture and one of Japan’s ten largest cities. Located between the sea and the Roko mountain range, Kobe is also considered one of Japan’s most attractive cities. Kobe has been an important port city for many centuries. Its port was among the first to be opened to foreign trade in the 19th century alongside the ports of Yokohama, Nagasaki, Hakodate and Niigata.
Day 12: Kobe
Day 13: Shimizu
Sail into the Port of Shimizu and you will understand why it is considered one of Japan’s three most beautiful ports. The sight of Mount Fuji soaring above the surrounding area belies the fact that Shimizu is not only a scenic area, but a culturally significant one as well. In addition to Fuji, registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2013, the area also overlooks Miho-no-Matsubara, a pine tree grove included as one of the World Heritage’s constituent properties. These assets combine with the area’s moderate climate to mark the port as one of Japan’s prime sightseeing destinations.
Day 14: Tokyo
Tokyo is a mega-metropolis of dizzying contradictions, both familiar and foreign. It has neon, skyscrapers, salaryman crowds, packed trains, cutting-edge architecture and futuristic technology. But it also has ancient shrines, plant-covered wooden houses, cycling grannies, old-school sweet shops and village-like lanes. It is one of the planet’s most densely populated cities (as any rush-hour train journey will demonstrate), with a hyperactive skyline that changes as regularly as the sun rises and sets. Yet it is also a city rooted in its traditions and in possession of a calm and efficient rhythm that belies its sprawling dimensions. And even though it’s home to a 13 million-plus population, trains run on time, there is no public litter and street crime is near non-existent. In short, it works
Day 15 : Tokyo
Disembark your ship – Millennium