Sea Odyssey from Singapore to Southampton

with 2-night stay in Singapore

Luxury Cruise & Stay Package

  • Luxurious & comfortable staterooms on board The Most Famous Ocean Liners in the World.
  • 24-hour room service.
  • Elevate your cruise experience with cabin upgrades starting from,
  • £1800pp for Ocean View cabin
  • £3500pp for Balcony cabin.
  • Call us for single occupancy charges.
  • Book early to secure preferred dates.
  • Supplementary charges may be applicable for alternative flight options.
  • Prices and taxes are accurate at the time of publishing but are subject to change without notice.
  • Departure Date: 22nd March 2025
  • Total Nights: 36 Nights
  • Cruise: Queen Anne
  • Package Type: Cruise and Stay
  • Includes Outbound Flight
From
£4499 *pp
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Cunard Line

The age of elegance lives on aboard Cunard's impressive fleet, with white-gloved afternoon teas, grand staircases, exuberant cabins and formal galas in elegant restaurants.

Now that Cunard has observed the centenary of its pioneering world cruise, the famous mantra of dignified excellence has intensified to create not just one of the greatest cruise experiences, but the finest travel money can buy.

2560
Passengers
1050
Crew
2024
Launched
113000t
Tonnage
323m
Length
34m
Width
24kts
Speed
Overview
  • done Return flights from the UK
  • done 2-night stay in Singapore
  • done 33-night full-board cruise
  • done Free Airport transfers
  • done 24-hour room service
Cruise Itinerary
Day 1
Outbound flight from the UK to Singapore
Outbound flight from the UK to Singapore
Day 2-4
Singapore hotel stay
2-night Singapore hotel stay
Day 4
Embark and set sail
Embark at Athens (Piraeus) and set sail
Day 5
Kuala Lumpur
Visit Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Day 6
Penang
Visit Penang, Malaysia
Day 7-9
At sea
At sea
Day 10
Colombo
Visit Colombo, Sri Lanka
Day 11-14
At sea
At sea
Day 15
Abu Dhabi
Visit Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Day 16 & 17
Dubai
Visit Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Day 18
At sea
At sea
Day 19
Muscat
Visit Muscat, Oman
Day 20-24
At sea
At sea
Day 25 & 26
Luxor, Egypt
Visit Luxor, Egypt
Day 27
At sea
At sea
Day 28
Transit the Suez Canal
Transit the Suez Canal, Egypt
Day 29 & 30
At sea
At sea
Day 31
Valletta
Visit Valletta, Malta
Day 32 & 33
At sea
At sea
Day 34
Seville
Visit Seville, Spain
Day 35
At sea
At sea
Day 36
Disembark at Southampton, UK
Disembark at Southampton, UK
Outbound flight from the UK to Singapore image
Day 1
Outbound flight from the UK to Singapore
Outbound flight from the UK to Singapore
Singapore hotel stay image
Day 2-4
Singapore hotel stay
2-night Singapore hotel stay
Embark and set sail image
Day 4
Embark and set sail

Spirited Singapore in Southeast Asia is the world’s only sovereign island city-state. The nation’s contemporary identity as a city-island hybrid stems from its colonial history as a British-controlled trading territory, founded by Sir Stamford Raffles in 1819. Today, an amalgamation of multiracial influences give rise to Singapore’s diverse culture - primarily a fusion of Malay, Indian, Chinese and Western traditions. This rich multiculturalism is one of Singapore’s top selling points, drawing in visitors from all over the world who are keen to explore the island’s divergent neighbourhoods, from the colourful pagodas of Chinatown to the ornate temples of Little India. Singapore’s natural landscape is as varied as its culture, with stark contrasts between the luscious, tropical Singapore Botanic Garden and the perfectly sculpted, futuristic “Supertrees” of Gardens by the Bay. A quirky mishmash of old and new, Singapore is without a doubt one of Asia’s most unique and memorable islands with which travellers cannot help but fall in love along a Singapore cruise.

Kuala Lumpur image
Day 5
Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, or KL as locals refer to it, intrigues visitors with its diversity and multicultural character. The city's old quarter features stretches of shop houses that hint at its colonial past, while modern buildings—including the iconic Petronas Towers—give a glimpse of its modern financial ambitions. The city is filled with culturally colorful quarters dedicated to Chinese, Malay, and Indian communities. New shopping malls with designer labels, five-star hotels, and top-notch restaurants also proliferate in this bustling city of 1.6 million.
Penang image
Day 6
Penang
An island off the northwest coast of peninsular Malaysia, Penang is blessed with a multicultural history that's led to a fascinating fusion of East and West. Claimed by the British East India Company in 1786, the island's city center of Georgetown—listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site—is filled with colonial architecture, temples, and museums. The island has also attracted many Chinese immigrants, who now make up the majority of the population. On Penang you'll find an exciting mix of jungle, coast, farmland, and fishing villages, along with the country's largest Buddhist temple.
At sea image
Day 7-9
At sea
At sea
Colombo image
Day 10
Colombo

The largest port city and capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo is situated on Kelani River's southwestern shores. As well as being a major commercial city, being one of Asia’s industrial and financial hubs, Colombo also has a wealth of cultural attractions that make it the perfect port of call on a Far East or Asia cruise, from numerous churches and monuments to restaurants and shopping malls – offering the perfect blend of history and modernity.

At sea image
Day 11-14
At sea
At sea
Abu Dhabi image
Day 15
Abu Dhabi
Just a few decades ago, Abu Dhabi, the island capital of the United Arab Emirates, was a small fishing village with houses made of mud-brick and palm fronds. Today, as a result of revenue from oil, Abu Dhabi is one of the world's richest cities, with wide, tree-lined okulevards, lush green parks, gushing fountains and imposing skyscrapers. Somewhat of a dichotomy, Abu Dhabi is a combination of ultra-modern sophistication and Arab mystique, with friendly and hospitable people offering a warm welcome to visitors. Abu Dhabi's history originated in the 18th century, when, according to legend, a group of tribesmen pursuing a gazelle came upon a freshwater well which they named Abu Dhabi, or "Father of the Gazelle". In the 19th century, the first fort was built over this well by a sheikh of the Al-Nahyan dynasty. The fort's name is Al Husn Palace, also known as Old or White Fort, and it is one of the few buildings in Abu Dhabi that is more than 25 years old. Its whitewashed walls are eye-catching amid the backdrop of today's skyscrapers. Presently, it is home to the Cultural Foundation and serves as a documents centre. Abu Dhabi had little significance until the discovery of vast oil reserves in the late 1950s and early 1960s. In the years following, the city's economy and infrastructure developed rapidly and changed Abu Dhabi beyond recognition.
Dubai image
Day 16 & 17
Dubai
Dubai sits on a golden sandy coastline in the Arabian Gulf, where the warm azure waves of the sea meet the desert. A high-rise oasis, this city is a pleasure-dome surrounded by dunes; one of the most fashionable on the planet thanks to its ability to satisfy the needs of legions of demanding vacationers. Dubai is about having fun—and it's one big adult playground.Nature plays her part here, with year-round sunshine, gorgeous beaches, dramatic arid landscapes, and warm waters, but it's the man-made attractions that make Dubai so alluring. You can launch yourself into high-adrenaline desert adventures, diving and water sports, and some of the world's best golf courses. The 5-, 6-, and 7-star hotels offer the ultimate in luxury, and the party scene is hot. Shopping malls are the biggest in the world and are packed full of high-class merchandise. And with hundreds of restaurants with cuisine from around the world, you can munch your way from Mexico to Malaysia.Dubai is an Arab country with a long history as a trading port. Traces of its traditional life, customs, and architecture can still be seen and explored, but today and tomorrow are much more important than yesterday. Almost every building in this metropolis is less than 20 years old and the most dramatic developments—groundbreaking megaprojects—have just been completed or are still under construction.The city is certainly unique. Islam is its anchor, but it has opened its doors to the rest of the world and has invited them in to work, rest, and play, which creates a truly international atmosphere. Unashamedly modern and materialistic, life here takes place at breakneck speed. The landscape is stark, the confidence is sky high, the can-do spirit is palpable, and the bling is in your face. Dubai produces strong reactions in people, but one thing is certain—love it or loathe it—you will not forget it. It is without a doubt, one of the world's true must-see destinations.Shisha: Smoke Without Fire. Emirati men love socializing, but as they don't drink alcohol they get together over coffee and shisha instead of a drink at the bar after work. The shisha, or hookah, is a smoking device, usually made of glass, that filters smoke through water before it reaches the smoker's mouth. Shisha tobaccos are aromatic and are often mixed with apple, cinnamon, or cherry, so their taste isn't as strong as other tobaccos. Smoking shisha is said to induce relaxation—but you'll have to decide if it's for you!
At sea image
Day 18
At sea
At sea
Muscat image
Day 19
Muscat
Oman's capital city is hemmed in on one side by spectacular jagged-peaked mountains and on the other by royal blue sea. The architecture is a traditional, sophisticated arabesque blend of white-washed, low-rise buildings surrounded by manicured palms, intricately designed domes set atop the minarets of the mosques, sand-colored villas, a surprising blend of modern art installations, like a giant incense burner that towers over the Corniche, and ancient forts set in the rocky hills. Though tradition abounds, from distinct, local cuisine to the widely worn national dress, the dishdasha, Muscat is a completely modern city, featuring opulent luxury hotels, international restaurants, excellent cellular and data service, sprawling shopping malls, pristine beaches, lively nightlife, world-class performing arts, and a highly educated population, most of whom speak English, Arabic, and often Hindi. Muscat is the ideal base for exploring other areas of the country since many of the most desirable destinations are within a few hours' drive.
At sea image
Day 20-24
At sea
At sea
Luxor, Egypt image
Day 25 & 26
Luxor, Egypt
Port Safago has been undergoing a transformation, slowly metamorphosing into a holiday rsort. Like other cities on the Red Sea, the commercial port town sits close to great offshore dive sites. Unlike others, however, tourist development hasn't taken off in a meaningful way. But if the mass tourism in Hurghada is a turnoff, Safaga offers a small-scale and much more low-key alternative, though the best dive sites can still be seen on a day trip from Hurghada. Safaga is also the closest beach resort to Luxor and the Valley of the Kings, which lies 200 km (124 mi) to the southwest; when cruise ships offer land excursions to Luxor, they often do so through Safaga.
At sea image
Day 27
At sea
At sea
Transit the Suez Canal image
Day 28
Transit the Suez Canal
Arrival Time: Early Morning; Depart Time: Afternoon;
At sea image
Day 29 & 30
At sea
At sea
Valletta image
Day 31
Valletta

Malta: the country that God built. Well, kind of. Malta is well-known for being the once-stronghold of the famous religious military order, The Knights Hospitaller, who were granted the land in 1530 from the King of Spain in exchange for an annual fee of one Maltese falcon (which eventually inspired the name of Dashiell Hammett’s famous novel). And these marauding knights certainly did a great job putting the place together. Valletta, the nation’s capital, remains the highlight and exploring this fascinating walled city (which kept the Hospitallers secure until they came across Napoleon in 1798) is akin to walking back in time. It’s small size (just 0.3 square miles) makes it the perfect cruise stopover and is the ideal base for exploring the rest of the country on excursions.

At sea image
Day 32 & 33
At sea
At sea
Seville image
Day 34
Seville

Believed to be the oldest town on the Iberian Peninsula, the Andalusian port of Cádiz enjoys a stunning location at the edge of a six-mile promontory. The town itself, with 3,000 years of history, is characterised by pretty white houses with balconies often adorned with colourful flowers. As you wander around be sure to take a stroll through the sizeable Plaza de Espãna, with its large monument dedicated to the first Spanish constitution, which was signed here in 1812. Cádiz has two pleasant seafront promenades which boast fine views of the Atlantic Ocean, and has a lovely park, the Parque Genoves, located close to the sea with an open-air theatre and attractive palm garden. Also notable is the neo-Classical cathedral, capped by a golden dome.

At sea image
Day 35
At sea
At sea
Disembark at Southampton, UK image
Day 36
Disembark at Southampton, UK
Disembark at Southampton, UK
Ship Details
Cunard Line
Queen Anne

Queen Anne’s breathtaking interiors take inspiration from our past to define a striking new design direction for our future. Come on board to discover a ship that is modern, yet timeless. A ship that offers both exciting, novel experiences, as well as our much-loved signature venues.

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Total Nights: 2 Night Stay
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Flights Included

Outbound Flight

Departure Date:
22nd March 2025
Location:
Outbound flight from London, UK to Singapore, Singapore

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