Singapore to Australia

12 nights sailing from Singapore on cruise ship Quantum of the Seas

Itinerary: Sailing from Singapore, visiting Lombok (Indonesia), Darwin (Australia), Cairns (Australia), Airlie Beach (Australia), ending in Brisbane (Australia).
from £3,016 Price per person based on double occupancy

Cruise Singapore to Australia

12 nights sailing from Singapore on cruise ship Quantum of the Seas

from £3,016 Price per person

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Cruise Itinerary

Full Itinerary
Day 1 Singapore Embarkation | Departure: 17:00H
Day 2-3 at sea
Day 4 Lombok (Indonesia) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 18:00H 11 hours in destination
Day 5-6 at sea
Day 7 Darwin (Australia) Arrival time: 07:00H | Departure: 17:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 8-9 at sea
Day 10 Cairns (Australia) Arrival time: 08:00H | Departure: 17:00H 9 hours in destination
Day 11 Airlie Beach (Australia) Arrival time: 09:00H | Departure: 19:00H 10 hours in destination
Day 12 at sea
Day 13 Brisbane (Australia) Arrival time: 06:30H
Singapore to Australia Cruise itinerary  - Royal Caribbean

Singapore to Australia

12 nights Cruise on Quantum of the Seas. Sailing from Singapore, visiting Lombok (Indonesia), Darwin (Australia), Cairns (Australia), Airlie Beach (Australia), ending in Brisbane (Australia).

Singapore to Australia Cruise itinerary  - Royal Caribbean
Singapore to Australia Cruise itinerary  - Royal Caribbean

Singapore

Singapore is a city-state in Southeast Asia. Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, since independence it has become one of the world´s most prosperous countries and boasts the world´s busiest port. Combining the skyscrapers and subways of a modern, affluent city with a medley of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences and a tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a vibrant night-life scene, this Garden City makes a great stopover. Singapore prides itself on being a multi-racial country, and has a diverse culture despite its small size.

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Lombok (Indonesia)

Lombok is an island in West Nusa Tenggara province, Indonesia. It forms part of the chain of the Lesser Sunda Islands, with the Lombok Strait separating it from Bali to the west and the Alas Strait between it and Sumbawa to the east. It is roughly circular, with a "tail" to the southwest. The provincial capital and largest city on the island is Mataram. The most developed tourism area of the island is on the west coast of the island and is centered about the township of Senggigi. The immediate surrounds of the township contain the most developed tourism facilities. The west coast coastal tourism strip is spread along a strip following the coastal road north from Mataram and the old airport at Ampenan. The principal tourism area extends to Tanjung in the northwest at the foot of Mount Rinjani and includes the Sire and Medana Peninsulas and the highly popular Gili Islands lying immediately offshore. These three small islands are most commonly accessed by boat from Bangsal near Pemenang, Teluk Nare a little to the south, or from further south at Senggigi and Mangsit beach. A large number of hotels and resorts offer accommodations ranging from budget to luxurious. Recently direct fast boat services have been running from Bali making a direct connection to the Gili islands. Although rapidly changing in character, the Gili islands still provide both a lay-back backpacker's retreat and a high class resort destination.Other tourist destinations include Mount Rinjani, Gili Bidara, Gili Lawang, Narmada Park and Mayura Park and Kuta (distinctly different from Kuta, Bali).he Kuta area is also famous for its beautiful, largely deserted, white sand beaches. Sekotong, in southwest Lombok, is popular for its numerous and diverse scuba diving locations. South Lombok surfing is considered some of the best in the world and includes Desert Point at Banko Banko in the southwest of the island. The northern west coast near Tanjung has many new upmarket hotel and villa developments.

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Darwin (Australia)

Darwin is the most populated city in the northern territory of Australia. Over the time Darwin has grown from a pioneering enclave and small port into one of Australia´s most modern and multicultural cities. The proximity with Asia make the city an important gate from countries like Indonesia and East Timor. The city has many miles of amplitude, inmaculate beaches, including the Casuarina Beach, where you can find the markets of Mandil beach. Darwin has extense parks and gardens. Between them the Botanical gardens of George Brown Darwin. Also there are different types of fauna, like marine crocodiles.

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Cairns (Australia)

Cairns is a very popular destination for the tourists due to it's tropical climate and to it's proximity to numerous attractions. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the attractions and is less thatn an hour by boat. The Daintree Natural Park and Cape Tribulation, 130 kms to the north of Cairns, are famous areas surrounded by rainforest.

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Airlie Beach (Australia)

Airlie Beach is a town in the Whitsunday Region of Queensland, Australia. Airlie Beach is one of many departure points for the Great Barrier Reef. Near latitude 20 degrees south, Airlie Beach, Proserpine and the nearby Whitsunday Islands enjoy a tropical climate and lifestyle. The Whitsunday Islands, named by James Cook in 1770 are a sailors paradise. Each year the residents of Airlie Beach celebrate The Blessing of the Fleet on Whit Sunday or Pentecost Sunday. Airlie Beach is a tourist destination, extremely popular with backpackers. Its beach is small and the sea is inhabited by marine stingers, the box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri) from November to May. In order to provide somewhere for the visitors tourists to swim, the local council, has built a small – medium sized swimming lagoon on the foreshore, similar to the lagoon found in Cairns. The Great Barrier Reef is easily accessible from Airlie Beach, with an array of different types of tours available. A survey conducted by Ray Green in 2000, found Airlie Beach was often described by local residents and tourists as commercial and touristy, relaxed, beautiful and friendly while maintaining a natural environment with tropical vegetation, views of the sea, islands and surrounding hillsides.

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Brisbane (Australia)

Brisbane is the third most important cities in Australia. There are multiple points of interest for the visitors. One of them is located at the north of the city, Fraser Island which is the biggest sand island in the world and has rainforest and lagoons. The access is by ferry. The island is inhabited by dingoes or wild dogs.

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The ship: Quantum of the Seas

One innovative ship. Incredible destinations. Unlimited WOWs.

Prepare to be WOWED! Become one of the very first to make a Quantum leap forward and experience the wow-making, industry-leading activities and breathtaking spaces onboard. Sailing from the New York area, Quantum of the Seas itineraries capture the most desired after destinations in the Caribbean, Bahamas and Bermuda, including private beach paradises of Labadee and CocoCay. Onboard your experiences will more than match the idyllic destinations. Ascend 300ft above sea level in North Star. Fly at sea in the exhilarating RipCord by iFly sky diving simulator. Try the very first bumper cars at sea in transformative venue SeaPlex. Or become immersed in the centre of spellbinding performance art at transformative venue Two70°.

Inaugurated 2014
Beam 41 m.
Length 348 m.
Tonnage 167800 tn.
Occupancy 4905
Ratio tonnage/passengers Very good 34:1
Number of decks 16
Number of staterooms 2090
Number of interior staterooms 373
Number of staterooms with balcony 1570
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What's included onboard?

Port taxes

Vitality Spa and Fitness facilities (except treatments)

Your stateroom plus dedicated stateroom attendants on hand

Full board including a range of incredible complimentary dining experiences with each ship offering something different

World-class cruise entertainment (a charge may be made for some entertainment activities onboard)

What's not included?

Internet access is not included (unless otherwise stated due to a special offer) - VOOM, the fastest internet at sea, is now available on every Royal Caribbean ship (internet packages are available to purchase, please contact an agent to do so)

Travel insurance

Unless otherwise agreed, the price does not include non UK departure taxes or airport improvement tax (on some itineraries this will have to be paid locally)

Speciality Restaurants are not included (a supplement is required)

Unless otherwise agreed (such as a special offer): shore excursions and personal expenses are not included (for example, onboard drinks, laundry charges, health and beauty treatments, hairdressing, telephone calls, etc)

Service charge for onboard dining and stateroom staff is not included and will be automatically added when onboard (you can pre-pay gratuities if you wish, please contact and agent to do so)

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