On board MS EUROPA 2 from Hong Kong to Singapore

In the lands of smiles

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South East Asia has many faces. Dive into a fascinating world with metropolises such as Bangkok and unspoilt natural beauty, a spiritual past and the breakneck pace of the future.

from Hong Kong to Singapore

Cruise dates:from 19.02.2017 to 07.03.2017 (16 days)
Your ship: MS EUROPA 2
Cruise number: EUX1704

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This is a bilingual cruise with English shore excursions. [Read more]

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Sun, 19.02.2017

Scheduled flight from Germany to Hong Kong

Mon, 20.02.2017

Transfer to embarkation point
Hong Kong/China, departure 22.00 hrs

Hong Kong
One of the most exciting cities in the world awaits you on the pre-cruise programme* or as a prelude to your cruise.

Tue, 21.02.2017

Relaxation at sea

Wed, 22.02.2017

Halong Bay/Vietnam , 7.00 – 14.00 hrs

Halong Bay
Around 3,000 limestone rocks rise out of the emerald-green water: Halong Bay is one of the most beautiful cruise destinations in the world – explore the bay on cruise on a local motorboat*.

Thu, 23.02.2017

Chan May (Hue)/Vietnam, 7.00 – 19.00 hrs
Da Nang/Vietnam, arrival 23.00 hrs

Chan May (Hue)
Set out from this port for a tour of the old imperial capital of Hue*. With the royal Hue Citadel and Forbidden Purple City, this UNESCO World Heritage Site brings the past to life. Gain interesting insights as you delve into Buddhism*. 



Fri, 24.02.2017

Da Nang, departure 19.00 hrs

Da Nang
Explore this vibrant city on the Han River at your own pace and marvel at its diverse French legacy, such as at Han market or on a visit to the Cham Museum*, home to rare exhibits from the ancient Cham culture. Enjoy the ancient town of Hoi An* with its Chinese temples and a culinrary tour* through Da Nang.

Sat, 25.02.2017

Relaxation at sea

Sun, 26.02.2017

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)/Vietnam, arrival 9.00 hrs

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
The grande dame on the Saigon River: stroll past majestic buildings, street cafes and shops on Dong Khoi boulevard. Enjoy unique impressions of the fertile rice paddies in the Mekong Delta* or on a ride through the Vietnamese countryside on a scooter*. Alternatively, set out on an overland excursion to the temple complex of Angkor Wat*, the spiritual heart of Cambodia.

Mon, 27.02.2017

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), departure 14.00 hrs

Tue, 28.02.2017

Relaxation at sea

Wed, 01.03.2017

Laem Chabang (Bangkok)/Thailand, arrival 7.00 hrs

Laem Chabang (Bangkok)
Set out from Thailand's largest deep-water port for Bangkok*, a city famous for its futuristic skyscrapers and the legendary Wat Pho, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha. Take a ride through the "City of Angels" or enjoy the highlights* of Bangkok. The ancient imperial city of Ayutthaya* and the Sanctuary of Truth* are not-to-be-missed sights located outside of the metropolis.

Open air

Open-air dining on the 63rd floor with sweeping views of Bangkok - our travel concierge will be happy to book you a table* at Sirocco.

Thu, 02.03.2017

Laem Chabang (Bangkok), departure 19.00 hrs

Fri, 03.03.2017

Koh Kood/Thailand , 8.00 – 16.30 hrs

Koh Kood
The long, sickle-shaped beaches of this tropical island are the perfect place to go swimming and snorkelling.

Sat, 04.03.2017

Ko Samui/Thailand , 7.00 – 16.00 hrs

Ko Samui
This holiday paradise has a surprising amount to offer: Big Buddha Temple and Kunaram Monastery*, a traditional Thai massage* or a sailing trip through Thailand's island world*.



Sun, 05.03.2017

Relaxation at sea

Mon, 06.03.2017

Singapore/Singapore, arrival 8.00 hrs
City tour with lunch, day room in a first-class hotel, transfer to scheduled flight to Germany in the evening

Your cruise will come to an end in Singapore, the Lion City, although you can stay a little longer with our post-cruise programmes*.

Tue, 07.03.2017

Arrival in Germany

* The pre- and post-cruise programmes and shore activities are not included in the cruise price and are in the planning stage. Subject to changes.


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Please note that our pre- and post-cruise programmes are conducted in German.
For individual programmes kindly consult your travel agent.

Following programmes we offer in German:




Artistika of the Sea

Circus has become more than a circus attraction. It is the high art that human bodies rapture the physical laws and captivate the young and old audience. Years of discipline and hard training combined with great talent and gracefulness celebrates under the circus domes around the world triumph over gravity. Often the artists tell little stories devotedly and with love. With the ease of a ballet dancer and the expressiveness of an actor they connect all sorts of the performing arts - staged to the point, with the right and sometimes especially composed music.

Far from the circus roof the artists show their skills, direct, close and without double bottom. Six selected stars of artistic scene will compete at the Artistika of the Sea to the highly doped trophy. Also, it will not be easy for the international jury to select the winner. In addition to the judgment of the jury and the audience will vote its winner.

The international jury will not only determine the winner and distribute a prize money, but also demonstrate their skills.

Artistika of the Sea

Günter Jauch, winegrower

The ‘Weingut von Othegraven’ was founded around 1500 by the von Metzenhausen-von Hagen family. This makes it one of the region’s oldest vineyards – the first documented evidence of viticulture in Kanzem an der Saar dates back to 1381. After a long and tumultuous history, the vineyard became the property of the Grach-Weissebach-von Othegraven family in 1805.

The company was a founding member of the Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates (VDP).

The grand building, the park and the Kanzemer Altenberg vineyard are listed as an ensemble.

Weingut von Othegraven owns properties in four renowned areas of the Saar: Kanzemer Altenberg, Wawerner Herrenberg, Ockfener Bockstein and Wiltinger Kupp, with 100% Riesling vines. The wines are then spontaneously fermented using the vineyard’s own yeast.

In 2010, Günther Jauch and his wife Thea took over Weingut von Othegraven from Dr Heidi Kegel. Günther Jauch’s grandmother was born into the von Othegraven family, and he and wife are taking the vineyard into its 7th generation.

Günter Jauch, winegrower