Singapore cruises

Experience history, culture and sensational food on a Singapore cruise

Cosmopolitan Singapore is often the departure or arrival point for a number of our featured Asia cruises. To create that perfect stay and cruise holiday, we recommend spending a few days exploring the city before boarding your chosen cruise liner, or discovering Singapore on your return if you’ve chosen a round-trip voyage. A two or three-night stay will give you plenty of time to explore this vibrant city. Feast on mouthwateringly good food at one of the famous hawker centres, stroll around the world-class shops on Orchard Road and discover one of the city’s most legendary sights; the giant supertrees in the iconic Gardens by the Bay.

Our recommended Singapore cruises

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Far East Discovery

Spend time in Hong Kong before boarding the Celebrity Millennium® for a voyage to some of South-East Asia’s must-see cities.

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Myanmar, India & Arabia

This ultra-luxurious cruise with Seabourn takes you to some of Asia’s most fascinating destinations, from Phuket to Dubai

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East Coast Australia & the Java Sea

Sail the Gold Coast, meet Komodo dragons and visit the Island of the Gods on this spectacular cruise from Sydney to Singapore.

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Wildlife of Borneo and Tall Ship cruise

This combination of an escorted group tour and a voyage under sail is an unbeatable journey if you want a comprehensive Malaysian Borneo experience. S...

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A Taste of the Far East

This ultra-luxe stay and cruise itinerary with Regent Seven Seas® takes you from Singapore along the coast of Thailand and Vietnam. You'll then cross ...

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Far East Discovery

Spend a few days in the cosmopolitan city of Singapore, visiting its gardens, exploring its islands and dining in its award-winning restaurants. You’l...

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