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Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise

Introduction

Experience the mystique and culture of the Far East with YMT’s new China Tour which includes a Yangtze River cruise!  You’ll spend 3 nights and see all the main sights in Beijing including Tiananmen Square, Summer Palace and the Forbidden City. Visit the Great Wall of China where you’ll walk along an ancient path and discover one of the world’s most intriguing architectural marvels. Then it’s on to Xi’an to see the more than 8,000 figures that make up the Terracotta Warriors. Then, fly to Chongqing to see Giant Pandas before embarking on a remarkable 3-night Yangtze River Cruise with panoramic views of the world’s third longest river, complete with three included shore excursions. The final stop is Shanghai for 2 nights and more included sightseeing featuring the French Concession and Shanghai Museum. Three internal flights in China.

Check out our Travel Blog for more tips and ideas for your Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise!

Important notes:
 
Passports and Visas: A passport and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
 
Yangtze River cruise ships: Victoria Cruises' Victoria Jenna. All on board accommodation is superior cabin (Victoria Jenna) with private facilities. All of our tours feature cruises aboard the Victoria Jenna. Victoria Cruises have an excellent reputation and specialize in serving North American guests and, like YMT, are members of the United States Tour Operators Association. The Victoria Jenna takes up to 266 guests and ship facilities include 2 restaurants, 4 elevators, 2 lounges, 3 bars, a gym, library, and a beauty salon. Ask your travel consultant for the ship fact sheet for more information. Please note that the river cruises have a recommended additional crew gratuity of $25 p/p USD which is additional and will be added to your on board account.
 
Arranging your air travel: We recommend that you book your air to China with YMT. Please ask your Travel Consultant for more information.
 
Activity level: Some of the sightseeing on this tour requires extended periods of walking and standing, walking over rough or uneven ground, climbing steps, several airplane flights, getting on and off boats and buses and generally navigating busy tourist sites. While this shouldn’t pose a challenge to most guests, please consider before booking that this is an active tour.
 
Included meals: Hotel breakfasts will generally be a mix of Chinese and international dishes. All lunches and dinners stated in the itinerary will be in local restaurants (eg. outside the hotel) and will be Chinese dishes. In Beijing and Shanghai, western style food is generally available (at your own cost); however in other areas, availability of western style food may be very limited. The Yangtze River cruise restaurants can be buffet or waiter service with Chinese and some international food.
12 Days from $1499 (was $1749)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

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Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise

Introduction

Experience the mystique and culture of the Far East with YMT’s new China Tour which includes a Yangtze River cruise!  You’ll spend 3 nights and see all the main sights in Beijing including Tiananmen Square, Summer Palace and the Forbidden City. Visit the Great Wall of China where you’ll walk along an ancient path and discover one of the world’s most intriguing architectural marvels. Then it’s on to Xi’an to see the more than 8,000 figures that make up the Terracotta Warriors. Then, fly to Chongqing to see Giant Pandas before embarking on a remarkable 3-night Yangtze River Cruise with panoramic views of the world’s third longest river, complete with three included shore excursions. The final stop is Shanghai for 2 nights and more included sightseeing featuring the French Concession and Shanghai Museum. Three internal flights in China.

Check out our Travel Blog for more tips and ideas for your Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise!

Important notes:
 
Passports and Visas: A passport and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
 
Yangtze River cruise ships: Victoria Cruises' Victoria Jenna. All on board accommodation is superior cabin (Victoria Jenna) with private facilities. All of our tours feature cruises aboard the Victoria Jenna. Victoria Cruises have an excellent reputation and specialize in serving North American guests and, like YMT, are members of the United States Tour Operators Association. The Victoria Jenna takes up to 266 guests and ship facilities include 2 restaurants, 4 elevators, 2 lounges, 3 bars, a gym, library, and a beauty salon. Ask your travel consultant for the ship fact sheet for more information. Please note that the river cruises have a recommended additional crew gratuity of $25 p/p USD which is additional and will be added to your on board account.
 
Arranging your air travel: We recommend that you book your air to China with YMT. Please ask your Travel Consultant for more information.
 
Activity level: Some of the sightseeing on this tour requires extended periods of walking and standing, walking over rough or uneven ground, climbing steps, several airplane flights, getting on and off boats and buses and generally navigating busy tourist sites. While this shouldn’t pose a challenge to most guests, please consider before booking that this is an active tour.
 
Included meals: Hotel breakfasts will generally be a mix of Chinese and international dishes. All lunches and dinners stated in the itinerary will be in local restaurants (eg. outside the hotel) and will be Chinese dishes. In Beijing and Shanghai, western style food is generally available (at your own cost); however in other areas, availability of western style food may be very limited. The Yangtze River cruise restaurants can be buffet or waiter service with Chinese and some international food.
12 Days from $1499 (was $1749)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise

Introduction

Experience the mystique and culture of the Far East with YMT’s new China Tour which includes a Yangtze River cruise!  You’ll spend 3 nights and see all the main sights in Beijing including Tiananmen Square, Summer Palace and the Forbidden City. Visit the Great Wall of China where you’ll walk along an ancient path and discover one of the world’s most intriguing architectural marvels. Then it’s on to Xi’an to see the more than 8,000 figures that make up the Terracotta Warriors. Then, fly to Chongqing to see Giant Pandas before embarking on a remarkable 3-night Yangtze River Cruise with panoramic views of the world’s third longest river, complete with three included shore excursions. The final stop is Shanghai for 2 nights and more included sightseeing featuring the French Concession and Shanghai Museum. Three internal flights in China.

Check out our Travel Blog for more tips and ideas for your Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise!

Important notes:
 
Passports and Visas: A passport and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
 
Yangtze River cruise ships: Victoria Cruises' Victoria Jenna. All on board accommodation is superior cabin (Victoria Jenna) with private facilities. All of our tours feature cruises aboard the Victoria Jenna. Victoria Cruises have an excellent reputation and specialize in serving North American guests and, like YMT, are members of the United States Tour Operators Association. The Victoria Jenna takes up to 266 guests and ship facilities include 2 restaurants, 4 elevators, 2 lounges, 3 bars, a gym, library, and a beauty salon. Ask your travel consultant for the ship fact sheet for more information. Please note that the river cruises have a recommended additional crew gratuity of $25 p/p USD which is additional and will be added to your on board account.
 
Arranging your air travel: We recommend that you book your air to China with YMT. Please ask your Travel Consultant for more information.
 
Activity level: Some of the sightseeing on this tour requires extended periods of walking and standing, walking over rough or uneven ground, climbing steps, several airplane flights, getting on and off boats and buses and generally navigating busy tourist sites. While this shouldn’t pose a challenge to most guests, please consider before booking that this is an active tour.
 
Included meals: Hotel breakfasts will generally be a mix of Chinese and international dishes. All lunches and dinners stated in the itinerary will be in local restaurants (eg. outside the hotel) and will be Chinese dishes. In Beijing and Shanghai, western style food is generally available (at your own cost); however in other areas, availability of western style food may be very limited. The Yangtze River cruise restaurants can be buffet or waiter service with Chinese and some international food.
12 Days from $1499 (was $1749)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise

Introduction

Experience the mystique and culture of the Far East with YMT’s new China Tour which includes a Yangtze River cruise!  You’ll spend 3 nights and see all the main sights in Beijing including Tiananmen Square, Summer Palace and the Forbidden City. Visit the Great Wall of China where you’ll walk along an ancient path and discover one of the world’s most intriguing architectural marvels. Then it’s on to Xi’an to see the more than 8,000 figures that make up the Terracotta Warriors. Then, fly to Chongqing to see Giant Pandas before embarking on a remarkable 3-night Yangtze River Cruise with panoramic views of the world’s third longest river, complete with three included shore excursions. The final stop is Shanghai for 2 nights and more included sightseeing featuring the French Concession and Shanghai Museum. Three internal flights in China.

Check out our Travel Blog for more tips and ideas for your Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise!

Important notes:
 
Passports and Visas: A passport and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
 
Yangtze River cruise ships: Victoria Cruises' Victoria Jenna. All on board accommodation is superior cabin (Victoria Jenna) with private facilities. All of our tours feature cruises aboard the Victoria Jenna. Victoria Cruises have an excellent reputation and specialize in serving North American guests and, like YMT, are members of the United States Tour Operators Association. The Victoria Jenna takes up to 266 guests and ship facilities include 2 restaurants, 4 elevators, 2 lounges, 3 bars, a gym, library, and a beauty salon. Ask your travel consultant for the ship fact sheet for more information. Please note that the river cruises have a recommended additional crew gratuity of $25 p/p USD which is additional and will be added to your on board account.
 
Arranging your air travel: We recommend that you book your air to China with YMT. Please ask your Travel Consultant for more information.
 
Activity level: Some of the sightseeing on this tour requires extended periods of walking and standing, walking over rough or uneven ground, climbing steps, several airplane flights, getting on and off boats and buses and generally navigating busy tourist sites. While this shouldn’t pose a challenge to most guests, please consider before booking that this is an active tour.
 
Included meals: Hotel breakfasts will generally be a mix of Chinese and international dishes. All lunches and dinners stated in the itinerary will be in local restaurants (eg. outside the hotel) and will be Chinese dishes. In Beijing and Shanghai, western style food is generally available (at your own cost); however in other areas, availability of western style food may be very limited. The Yangtze River cruise restaurants can be buffet or waiter service with Chinese and some international food.
12 Days from $1499 (was $1749)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise

Introduction

Experience the mystique and culture of the Far East with YMT’s new China Tour which includes a Yangtze River cruise!  You’ll spend 3 nights and see all the main sights in Beijing including Tiananmen Square, Summer Palace and the Forbidden City. Visit the Great Wall of China where you’ll walk along an ancient path and discover one of the world’s most intriguing architectural marvels. Then it’s on to Xi’an to see the more than 8,000 figures that make up the Terracotta Warriors. Then, fly to Chongqing to see Giant Pandas before embarking on a remarkable 3-night Yangtze River Cruise with panoramic views of the world’s third longest river, complete with three included shore excursions. The final stop is Shanghai for 2 nights and more included sightseeing featuring the French Concession and Shanghai Museum. Three internal flights in China.

Check out our Travel Blog for more tips and ideas for your Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise!

Important notes:
 
Passports and Visas: A passport and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
 
Yangtze River cruise ships: Victoria Cruises' Victoria Jenna. All on board accommodation is superior cabin (Victoria Jenna) with private facilities. All of our tours feature cruises aboard the Victoria Jenna. Victoria Cruises have an excellent reputation and specialize in serving North American guests and, like YMT, are members of the United States Tour Operators Association. The Victoria Jenna takes up to 266 guests and ship facilities include 2 restaurants, 4 elevators, 2 lounges, 3 bars, a gym, library, and a beauty salon. Ask your travel consultant for the ship fact sheet for more information. Please note that the river cruises have a recommended additional crew gratuity of $25 p/p USD which is additional and will be added to your on board account.
 
Arranging your air travel: We recommend that you book your air to China with YMT. Please ask your Travel Consultant for more information.
 
Activity level: Some of the sightseeing on this tour requires extended periods of walking and standing, walking over rough or uneven ground, climbing steps, several airplane flights, getting on and off boats and buses and generally navigating busy tourist sites. While this shouldn’t pose a challenge to most guests, please consider before booking that this is an active tour.
 
Included meals: Hotel breakfasts will generally be a mix of Chinese and international dishes. All lunches and dinners stated in the itinerary will be in local restaurants (eg. outside the hotel) and will be Chinese dishes. In Beijing and Shanghai, western style food is generally available (at your own cost); however in other areas, availability of western style food may be very limited. The Yangtze River cruise restaurants can be buffet or waiter service with Chinese and some international food.
12 Days from $1499 (was $1749)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise

Introduction

Experience the mystique and culture of the Far East with YMT’s new China Tour which includes a Yangtze River cruise!  You’ll spend 3 nights and see all the main sights in Beijing including Tiananmen Square, Summer Palace and the Forbidden City. Visit the Great Wall of China where you’ll walk along an ancient path and discover one of the world’s most intriguing architectural marvels. Then it’s on to Xi’an to see the more than 8,000 figures that make up the Terracotta Warriors. Then, fly to Chongqing to see Giant Pandas before embarking on a remarkable 3-night Yangtze River Cruise with panoramic views of the world’s third longest river, complete with three included shore excursions. The final stop is Shanghai for 2 nights and more included sightseeing featuring the French Concession and Shanghai Museum. Three internal flights in China.

Check out our Travel Blog for more tips and ideas for your Legendary China & Yangtze River Cruise!

Important notes:
 
Passports and Visas: A passport and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
 
Yangtze River cruise ships: Victoria Cruises' Victoria Jenna. All on board accommodation is superior cabin (Victoria Jenna) with private facilities. All of our tours feature cruises aboard the Victoria Jenna. Victoria Cruises have an excellent reputation and specialize in serving North American guests and, like YMT, are members of the United States Tour Operators Association. The Victoria Jenna takes up to 266 guests and ship facilities include 2 restaurants, 4 elevators, 2 lounges, 3 bars, a gym, library, and a beauty salon. Ask your travel consultant for the ship fact sheet for more information. Please note that the river cruises have a recommended additional crew gratuity of $25 p/p USD which is additional and will be added to your on board account.
 
Arranging your air travel: We recommend that you book your air to China with YMT. Please ask your Travel Consultant for more information.
 
Activity level: Some of the sightseeing on this tour requires extended periods of walking and standing, walking over rough or uneven ground, climbing steps, several airplane flights, getting on and off boats and buses and generally navigating busy tourist sites. While this shouldn’t pose a challenge to most guests, please consider before booking that this is an active tour.
 
Included meals: Hotel breakfasts will generally be a mix of Chinese and international dishes. All lunches and dinners stated in the itinerary will be in local restaurants (eg. outside the hotel) and will be Chinese dishes. In Beijing and Shanghai, western style food is generally available (at your own cost); however in other areas, availability of western style food may be very limited. The Yangtze River cruise restaurants can be buffet or waiter service with Chinese and some international food.
12 Days from $1499 (was $1749)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

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Treasures of the Far East Cruise & Tour

Introduction

China and Japan are icons of the Far East, and on this tour you will see how very different each port is in people, culture, and cuisine. During this unique vacation, witness wonders from the ancient eastern world that leave you in an awe, to buzzling and exciting high-tech cities, all from the comfort of the ms Westerdam.

Passports and Visas: A passport valid for at least 6 months after your return and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
A visa is not required for the Japan portion of this tour.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of China and Japan.
19 Days from $2499 (was $4998)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

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Treasures of the Far East Cruise & Tour

Introduction

China and Japan are icons of the Far East, and on this tour you will see how very different each port is in people, culture, and cuisine. During this unique vacation, witness wonders from the ancient eastern world that leave you in an awe, to buzzling and exciting high-tech cities, all from the comfort of the ms Westerdam.

Passports and Visas: A passport valid for at least 6 months after your return and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
A visa is not required for the Japan portion of this tour.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of China and Japan.
19 Days from $2499 (was $4998)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Treasures of the Far East Cruise & Tour

Introduction

China and Japan are icons of the Far East, and on this tour you will see how very different each port is in people, culture, and cuisine. During this unique vacation, witness wonders from the ancient eastern world that leave you in an awe, to buzzling and exciting high-tech cities, all from the comfort of the ms Westerdam.

Passports and Visas: A passport valid for at least 6 months after your return and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
A visa is not required for the Japan portion of this tour.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of China and Japan.
19 Days from $2499 (was $4998)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Treasures of the Far East Cruise & Tour

Introduction

China and Japan are icons of the Far East, and on this tour you will see how very different each port is in people, culture, and cuisine. During this unique vacation, witness wonders from the ancient eastern world that leave you in an awe, to buzzling and exciting high-tech cities, all from the comfort of the ms Westerdam.

Passports and Visas: A passport valid for at least 6 months after your return and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
A visa is not required for the Japan portion of this tour.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of China and Japan.
19 Days from $2499 (was $4998)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Treasures of the Far East Cruise & Tour

Introduction

China and Japan are icons of the Far East, and on this tour you will see how very different each port is in people, culture, and cuisine. During this unique vacation, witness wonders from the ancient eastern world that leave you in an awe, to buzzling and exciting high-tech cities, all from the comfort of the ms Westerdam.

Passports and Visas: A passport valid for at least 6 months after your return and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
A visa is not required for the Japan portion of this tour.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of China and Japan.
19 Days from $2499 (was $4998)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Treasures of the Far East Cruise & Tour

Introduction

China and Japan are icons of the Far East, and on this tour you will see how very different each port is in people, culture, and cuisine. During this unique vacation, witness wonders from the ancient eastern world that leave you in an awe, to buzzling and exciting high-tech cities, all from the comfort of the ms Westerdam.

Passports and Visas: A passport valid for at least 6 months after your return and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
A visa is not required for the Japan portion of this tour.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of China and Japan.
19 Days from $2499 (was $4998)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Treasures of the Far East Cruise & Tour

Introduction

China and Japan are icons of the Far East, and on this tour you will see how very different each port is in people, culture, and cuisine. During this unique vacation, witness wonders from the ancient eastern world that leave you in an awe, to buzzling and exciting high-tech cities, all from the comfort of the ms Westerdam.

Passports and Visas: A passport valid for at least 6 months after your return and a valid Chinese tourist visa (extra charge) is required to participate in this tour. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
A visa is not required for the Japan portion of this tour.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of China and Japan.
19 Days from $2499 (was $4998)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

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Wonders of Southeast Asia Cruise & Tour

Introduction

In just 23 days you’ll discover the rich, diverse character of “the other Orient.” Visit nine ports in five countries and along the way. You'll see, hear, and feel how 'East meets West' in this fast changing environment that is rich in culture along with ancient and modern history. This one-off, exotic, special tour really does provide the opportunity to 'Experience the World.'
 
Passports and Visas: A passport, valid for at least 6 months after your return, is required to participate in this tour. Additionally, visas may be required to go ashore in several ports. As of 6/1/2018, US and Canadian citizens will require the following:
  • Singapore: No visa is required
  • Thailand: No visa is required
  • Cambodia: Visa is available onboard for approximately $63 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian consular offices.
  • Vietnam: Visa is available onboard for approximately $56-$76 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Vietnamese consular offices.
  • Sanya, China: Visa is available onboard for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Chinese consular offices. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
  • Hong Kong, China: No visa is required
*Guests who choose to participate in Holland America Line’s overnight excursions (EXC Overnight and EXC Overland Adventure programs) will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian and/or Vietnamese consular offices.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and China.
23 Days from $3399 (was $6798)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

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Wonders of Southeast Asia Cruise & Tour

Introduction

In just 23 days you’ll discover the rich, diverse character of “the other Orient.” Visit nine ports in five countries and along the way. You'll see, hear, and feel how 'East meets West' in this fast changing environment that is rich in culture along with ancient and modern history. This one-off, exotic, special tour really does provide the opportunity to 'Experience the World.'
 
Passports and Visas: A passport, valid for at least 6 months after your return, is required to participate in this tour. Additionally, visas may be required to go ashore in several ports. As of 6/1/2018, US and Canadian citizens will require the following:
  • Singapore: No visa is required
  • Thailand: No visa is required
  • Cambodia: Visa is available onboard for approximately $63 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian consular offices.
  • Vietnam: Visa is available onboard for approximately $56-$76 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Vietnamese consular offices.
  • Sanya, China: Visa is available onboard for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Chinese consular offices. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
  • Hong Kong, China: No visa is required
*Guests who choose to participate in Holland America Line’s overnight excursions (EXC Overnight and EXC Overland Adventure programs) will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian and/or Vietnamese consular offices.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and China.
23 Days from $3399 (was $6798)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Wonders of Southeast Asia Cruise & Tour

Introduction

In just 23 days you’ll discover the rich, diverse character of “the other Orient.” Visit nine ports in five countries and along the way. You'll see, hear, and feel how 'East meets West' in this fast changing environment that is rich in culture along with ancient and modern history. This one-off, exotic, special tour really does provide the opportunity to 'Experience the World.'
 
Passports and Visas: A passport, valid for at least 6 months after your return, is required to participate in this tour. Additionally, visas may be required to go ashore in several ports. As of 6/1/2018, US and Canadian citizens will require the following:
  • Singapore: No visa is required
  • Thailand: No visa is required
  • Cambodia: Visa is available onboard for approximately $63 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian consular offices.
  • Vietnam: Visa is available onboard for approximately $56-$76 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Vietnamese consular offices.
  • Sanya, China: Visa is available onboard for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Chinese consular offices. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
  • Hong Kong, China: No visa is required
*Guests who choose to participate in Holland America Line’s overnight excursions (EXC Overnight and EXC Overland Adventure programs) will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian and/or Vietnamese consular offices.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and China.
23 Days from $3399 (was $6798)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

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Wonders of Southeast Asia Cruise & Tour

Introduction

In just 23 days you’ll discover the rich, diverse character of “the other Orient.” Visit nine ports in five countries and along the way. You'll see, hear, and feel how 'East meets West' in this fast changing environment that is rich in culture along with ancient and modern history. This one-off, exotic, special tour really does provide the opportunity to 'Experience the World.'
 
Passports and Visas: A passport, valid for at least 6 months after your return, is required to participate in this tour. Additionally, visas may be required to go ashore in several ports. As of 6/1/2018, US and Canadian citizens will require the following:
  • Singapore: No visa is required
  • Thailand: No visa is required
  • Cambodia: Visa is available onboard for approximately $63 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian consular offices.
  • Vietnam: Visa is available onboard for approximately $56-$76 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Vietnamese consular offices.
  • Sanya, China: Visa is available onboard for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Chinese consular offices. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
  • Hong Kong, China: No visa is required
*Guests who choose to participate in Holland America Line’s overnight excursions (EXC Overnight and EXC Overland Adventure programs) will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian and/or Vietnamese consular offices.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and China.
23 Days from $3399 (was $6798)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

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Wonders of Southeast Asia Cruise & Tour

Introduction

In just 23 days you’ll discover the rich, diverse character of “the other Orient.” Visit nine ports in five countries and along the way. You'll see, hear, and feel how 'East meets West' in this fast changing environment that is rich in culture along with ancient and modern history. This one-off, exotic, special tour really does provide the opportunity to 'Experience the World.'
 
Passports and Visas: A passport, valid for at least 6 months after your return, is required to participate in this tour. Additionally, visas may be required to go ashore in several ports. As of 6/1/2018, US and Canadian citizens will require the following:
  • Singapore: No visa is required
  • Thailand: No visa is required
  • Cambodia: Visa is available onboard for approximately $63 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian consular offices.
  • Vietnam: Visa is available onboard for approximately $56-$76 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Vietnamese consular offices.
  • Sanya, China: Visa is available onboard for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Chinese consular offices. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
  • Hong Kong, China: No visa is required
*Guests who choose to participate in Holland America Line’s overnight excursions (EXC Overnight and EXC Overland Adventure programs) will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian and/or Vietnamese consular offices.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and China.
23 Days from $3399 (was $6798)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Wonders of Southeast Asia Cruise & Tour

Introduction

In just 23 days you’ll discover the rich, diverse character of “the other Orient.” Visit nine ports in five countries and along the way. You'll see, hear, and feel how 'East meets West' in this fast changing environment that is rich in culture along with ancient and modern history. This one-off, exotic, special tour really does provide the opportunity to 'Experience the World.'
 
Passports and Visas: A passport, valid for at least 6 months after your return, is required to participate in this tour. Additionally, visas may be required to go ashore in several ports. As of 6/1/2018, US and Canadian citizens will require the following:
  • Singapore: No visa is required
  • Thailand: No visa is required
  • Cambodia: Visa is available onboard for approximately $63 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian consular offices.
  • Vietnam: Visa is available onboard for approximately $56-$76 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Vietnamese consular offices.
  • Sanya, China: Visa is available onboard for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Chinese consular offices. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
  • Hong Kong, China: No visa is required
*Guests who choose to participate in Holland America Line’s overnight excursions (EXC Overnight and EXC Overland Adventure programs) will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian and/or Vietnamese consular offices.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and China.
23 Days from $3399 (was $6798)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation

Wonders of Southeast Asia Cruise & Tour

Introduction

In just 23 days you’ll discover the rich, diverse character of “the other Orient.” Visit nine ports in five countries and along the way. You'll see, hear, and feel how 'East meets West' in this fast changing environment that is rich in culture along with ancient and modern history. This one-off, exotic, special tour really does provide the opportunity to 'Experience the World.'
 
Passports and Visas: A passport, valid for at least 6 months after your return, is required to participate in this tour. Additionally, visas may be required to go ashore in several ports. As of 6/1/2018, US and Canadian citizens will require the following:
  • Singapore: No visa is required
  • Thailand: No visa is required
  • Cambodia: Visa is available onboard for approximately $63 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian consular offices.
  • Vietnam: Visa is available onboard for approximately $56-$76 USD for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Vietnamese consular offices.
  • Sanya, China: Visa is available onboard for guests participating in HAL-run shore excursions*. Guests who wish to go ashore independently or with another operator’s shore excursions will need to apply for an individual visa with the Chinese consular offices. Getting a Chinese visa is straightforward. Unless you live near a Chinese consular office, YMT recommends you use one of the many visa agencies that offer a convenient and hassle free service. Contact a local visa agency for full application requirements and fees or alternatively visit www.china-embassy.org.
  • Hong Kong, China: No visa is required
*Guests who choose to participate in Holland America Line’s overnight excursions (EXC Overnight and EXC Overland Adventure programs) will need to apply for an individual visa with the Cambodian and/or Vietnamese consular offices.

The above is valid for US and Canadian citizens as of 6/1/18. All guests are advised that passport regulations are subject to change, and guests who are not US or Canadian citizens must check their visa requirements with the consular offices of Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, and China.
23 Days from $3399 (was $6798)

per person, double occupancy, excludes roundtrip airfare

View Vacation