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Cruise Description

14 Night Cruise sailing from Cairns to Singapore aboard Azamara Quest.

Discover outback life and temple life in the strikingly different worlds of Australia and Indonesia. Arrive early in Cairns to snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef, relax on white sand beaches, explore tropical rainforests and sample the town’s lively bars and restaurants. Put on your explorer’s hat for the frontier capital of Darwin, the perfect place for an overnight stay. See some of the world’s oldest rainforests and rock art, dine on Asian-inspired cuisine on the waterfront, visit a crocodile park, and learn about Bush culture. After a restful sea day, meet indigenous Torres Strait Islanders and learn the riveting World War II history of Thursday Island.

Indonesia is a world apart with its ancient Hindu traditions and shimmering green landscapes. Be on the lookout for supersized Komodo dragons or idle away a day on a pink coral beach. You’ll be seduced by Bali’s musical culture, water temples and terraced rice paddies. In Surabaya, wind your way through the Arab Quarter’s narrow streets to a historic 1421 mosque, visit one of Indonesia’s largest Chinatowns, or see old Dutch buildings and a clove museum where women hand-roll clove cigarettes. Don’t miss Borobudur, the world’s largest Hindu monument with hundreds of Buddhas and reliefs.

Highlights of this cruise:

Cairns is the gateway to many of northern Australia’s natural attractions. Suit up and head offshore to explore the incredible world beneath the waves at the UNESCO World Heritage Site Great Barrier Reef. Filled with incredible beaches, coral reefs, and turquoise blue waters, you can swim, snorkel, dive, and enjoy a living masterpiece that is so big it can be seen from outer space.

Head inland to another UNESCO World Heritage Site, Daintree Rainforest, the planet’s oldest surviving tropical rainforest. Or the tranquil village of Kuranda—which is home to colorful parrots, butterflies, platypus, and fresh water crocodiles—just a short, scenic railway journey from Cairns. If you’re looking to get higher, head to the cool, yet still tropical Atherton Tablelands, a mountain retreat with rolling plateaus averaging 700 meters above sea level.

But even though Cairns is so close to so many fantastic attractions, don’t be so quick to be on your way once you arrive. The city’s relaxed ambience, and year-round tropical climate means it’s a destination in its own right.

“Here be dragons”, the motto emblazoned on maps of old to designate lands and seas unknown, is in this case correct.

The Komodo dragon is the world’s largest living lizard, and can be found only within Komodo National Park, of which this island is a part. A monitor lizard, it can reach a length of 10 feet, weigh more than 150 pounds, and live for over 50 years.

Komodo also has a particularly rich marine life, with some 200 of species of reef building corals, hundreds of varieties of tropical fish, and whales, dolphins, and sea turtles too.

Bali is enchanting—a lush, verdant isle where rice terraces color every available acre with the brilliant green of young shoots, and volcanic peaks said to house the gods tower above. It is a deeply spiritual place, where artful offerings of flowers and incense are ever present, and on any given day at least one of the thousands of temples scattered around the island will be hosting a colorful festival.

Culturally rich, each village has its own artistic specialty: music, dance, painting, and sculpture. The beaches are tempting, but if you want the real Bali, head for the hills. The Balinese occupy that middle ground, and demons reside in the sea.

Chinese, Malay, and Indian traditions meld in this island-state at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. The site of the world's busiest port, Singapore offers the Mustafa Centre, a 24-hour mall and Sunte, the world's largest fountain.

Play evening golf on lighted fairways; experience the nightlife on Mohamed Sultan Road; or relax at an outdoor spa. Be certain not to miss the savory seafood.

Cruise Itinerary

Date Activity Arrive Depart
08/03 Cairns, Queensland, Australia 06:00 PM
09/03 At sea - -
10/03 Thursday Island, Queensland, Australia 09:00 AM 03:00 PM
11/03 At sea - -
12/03 Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia 01:00 PM overnight
13/03 Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia 08:00 PM
14/03 At sea - -
15/03 At sea - -
16/03 Komodo Island, Indonesia 08:00 AM 02:00 PM
17/03 Benoa, Bali, Indonesia 08:00 AM 08:00 PM
18/03 Surabaya, Indonesia 12:00 PM 07:00 PM
19/03 Semarang, Indonesia 07:30 AM 07:00 PM
20/03 At sea - -
21/03 Singapore, Singapore 01:00 PM overnight
22/03 Singapore, Singapore
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