Cruise Deal: Diamonds of Asia

Diamond Princess cruise ship
Diamond Princess

What’s my cruise called? 2016 Sydney to Japan cruise

How long will I be away? 36 nights

Which ship am I on? Diamond Princess

Where do I embark? Sydney

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Princess Cruises is serving up a variety of exciting Asian cultures enroute from Sydney to Tokyo, via the southern states of Australia. After stops in Melbourne, Adelaide and Fremantle, guests will continue on to Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, China and Taiwan before reaching Japan, with the voyage also offering plenty of sea days to enjoy the sun and the ship’s activities.

Among the seven dining establishments onboard is Saltydog – a brand new gastropub concept just launched by the line inspired by celebrity chef Ernesto Uchimura. Also new is Share, a fine dining restaurant designed by Australian celebrity chef Curtis Stone. Guests can also enjoy three others onboard lounges, the Lotus Spa and a traditional Japanese bathhouse. For those with an insatiable sweet tooth, Princess Cruises’ Chocolate Journeys concept devised by Master Chocolatier Norman Love is on this ship. The program offers a range of chocolate-based desserts, meals, drinks and even spa treatments.

Chocolate Journeys indulges everybody's sweet tooth
Praline Timbale
The sweetest treats can be enjoyed on Princess Cruises
Chocolate Tart

In addition to 33 nights onboard Diamond Princess, the package includes a three-night stay in the Shangri-La Tokyo to make up the 36-night holiday.

How much is it? $5,839 per person twin share

How long do I have to book? Until 21 March 2016

When can I leave? Cruise departs on 23 March 2016

Diamond Princess offers a variety of Asian tastes and influences at sea

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