Treasure Of Asia Cruise

Starting from



17 Oct - 30 Oct


We are doing our utmost to keep the itinerary and rates the same,
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Visiting: Singapore, Malacca (Malaysia), Penang (Malaysia), Phuket (Thailand), Kuala Lumpur Port Klang (Malaysia)


Day 1 – Malta - Singapore
Meet the tour manager at Malta International Airport for flight to Singapore.

Day 2 - Singapore
Arrive at Singapore airport and transfer to your 4*Furama Riverfront hotel.

Day 3 – Singapore
After breakfast some time at leisure. Transfer from hotel to Singapore Cruise Terminal for embarkation of your cruise on board the Quantum of The Seas.

Day 4 / 11 – Cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas
The Quantum of The Seas that dares its passengers not to have fun. It’s a bold ship that screams for your attention via its innovative features. It’s got a London Eye-inspired gondola attached to a mechanical arm that allows passengers to sail 300 feet above sea level and get a bird’s-eye view of the sea and ports. Cruisers can go skydiving at sea, crash into each other in bumper cars, fly on a trapeze at circus school or jog on a large track that breezes by the legs of a giant magenta polar bear sculpture. And Two70, a completely interactive entertainment venue, is hands-down the most technologically advanced space of its kind at sea.

Ports of call

A quaint city with an abundance of breath taking sights and rich heritage, Malacca is easy to get around on foot or trishaw to explore the many places that make it unique. As the unofficial historic capital of Malaysia, Malacca’s most prominent contribution to the Malaysian cultural landscape is the Baba-Nyonya or Peranakan culture. Possessing an eclectic blend of customs, traditions, food and lifestyle, the Peranakan still thrives in Malacca with a mix of old and new with historical buildings standing side by side with ultra-modern shopping centres.

If there’s a more thrilling cocktail of Eastern cultures than in Penang, we’ve yet to find it. Penang has long served as the link between Asia’s great kingdoms and an important outlet to the markets of Europe and the Middle East. At its heart is diverse, cosmopolitan George Town, Penang Island’s main city and an urban centre that delivers old-world Asia in spades, from trishaws pedalling past watermarked Chinese shop houses to blue joss smoke perfuming the air. The freshest aspects of modern culture are present, too in the exceptional art scene and free-spirited carnivals, all fed by an infectious local enthusiasm for Penang’s long history and kaleidoscope of cultures. If you can tear yourself away, the rest of the island is rich in palm-fringed beaches and fishing villages, mountainous jungle and farms growing nutmeg and durian.

Jade-hued waves concealing rainbows of fish wash white-gold beaches wrapped in Phuketian heritage: Phuket Thailand’s dazzling largest island, is so diverse you may forget to leave. Those tropical-island beaches are glorious, of course, but venture just a little beyond and you’ll uncover astonishing Phuketian cultural riches that many visitors zip right past. East-coast capital Phuket Town delights with its eye-opening museums, Peranakan cooking, Chinese shrines and historic mansions and shophouses done in characteristic Sino-Portuguese style. Major temples stand in Chalong and Thalang, while two national parks and a smattering of wildlife sanctuaries await exploration in the island’s northern reaches. Even a speedy trip up into the hills behind Kata to Big Buddha connects you to modern-day Phuket’s pulse.

Kuala Lumpur
A skyline punctuated by minarets, Mogul-style domes and skyscrapers; colourful, food-stall-lined streets shaded by a leafy canopy of banyan trees – this is Kuala Lumpur Malaysia’s sultry capital is a feast for all the senses. Here you’ll find historic monuments, steel-clad skyscrapers, lush parks, mega sized shopping malls, bustling street markets and lively nightspots. Essential parts of the vibrant mix are the incense-wreathed, colourfully adorned mosques and temples of the country’s Malay, Chinese and Indian communities. A reverence for these ancient cultures is balanced with a drive to be plugged into the modern world, a desire that’s reflected in a creative contemporary-art and design scene, an ambitious riverbank-regeneration project and dynamic architecture: the new Exchange 106 tower is taller than the iconic Petronas Towers.

Day 12 – Singapore
Following our departure from the cruise we will proceed for Singapore City tour, we will starts from the Civic District, where you will see government buildings and other landmarks such as the Parliament House, the Cricket Club, Padang sports field and the National Gallery Singapore, where the former Supreme Court Building and City Hall sit. Then stop for a view of Marina Bay and photo of the Merlion statue, Singapore’s mythological figure that’s half-fish, half-lion. Next, visit Thian Hock King, one of the city’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, followed by a drive through Chinatown. Stop by the National Orchid Garden, part of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, which is home to 60,000 orchids of various colours and hybrids. Your last stop will be at the neighborhood of Little India, where you can take in the lively atmosphere and delicious scents coming out of the many Indian restaurants. Check in at the 4* Furama Riverfront hotel.

Day 13 – Universal Studios – Singapore
Breakfast and transfer for full day at Universal Studios Singapore, Sentosa Island Hollywood. If you always wanted to see Hollywood Boulevard, but have not got the chance to go Los Angeles, you can experience it right here in Singapore. The famous street has been recreated, and is an exact replica of the original. Another great replica zone here is the New York Zone. It has the same skyline, facades, and sidewalks that you will see in the Big Apple. Universal Studios Singapore is a theme park located within Resorts World Sentosa on Sentosa Island, Singapore. It features 28 rides, shows, and attractions in seven themed zones. It was a key component of Genting’s bid for the right to build Singapore’s second integrated resort. Later transfer to the Airport for your flight back to Malta.

Day 14 – dubai - Malta
Arrival in Dubai where you will board your connecting flight to Malta.

Our Package Includes

    • Return International flights Malta/Singapore/Malta

    • Airline taxes and fuel charges

    • Port taxes

    • 9 nights cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas on full board

    • Basis

    • 2 nights in 4* accommodation in Singapore

    • 11 Breakfasts

    • 9 Lunches

    • 9 Dinners

    • All transfers as per itinerary

    • All excursions as per itinerary

    • Comprehensive guided sightseeing

    • Active itinerary with unique cultural features

    • Services of an experienced ROCS Travel tour manager

    • Cruise excursions are optional

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ROCS Travel is an IATA accredited travel agency (IATA numbers 50209994 and 50200883) operating under the laws of the Republic of Malta – a member of the European Union. ROCS Travel is a founding member of the Insolvency Fund Malta. ROCS Travel represents Emirates Holidays in the Maltese islands.