Singapore to London Tilbury on Columbus

Buy One, Get One Free: Start your voyage in the cultural melting pot of Singapore, before sailing Malaysia, Sri Lanka and India which will assault your senses with bright colours, beguiling histories and spice filled lands.

Members from: $4,565 P.PNon-members from: $4,644 P.P

  • Type

    Ocean Cruising

  • Destination


  • Cruise Line


  • Supplier

    Cruise and Maritime

  • Booking Code


  • Departs

    3 April 2020


  • Delicious full board cuisine.

  • Afternoon teas and late night snacks.

  • Captain’s Cocktail Party (cruises of 6 nights or more).

  • Self service tea & coffee (6am to 10pm).

  • Big show entertainment, cabarets and classical interludes.

  • Daytime activities and leisure facilities.

  • Guest speaker and arts & crafts (on selected sailings).

  • Porterage of luggage, port to cabin

  • A more traditional and leisurely style cruising experience.

  • Smaller sized cruise ships accessible to more ports of call.

  • An excellent standard of friendly and attentive service.

  • Pound Sterling is the currency on board Columbus, Magellan, Marco Polo and Astoria.

  • A wide choice of wonderful excursions at most ports of call

After leaving the vibrant and chaotic cities of Cochin and Mumbai you’ll arrive in the historically magnificent Luxor before discovering the ‘lost city’ of Petra in Jordan and transiting the Suez Canal to Haifa for the Holy Land of Jerusalem. Piraeus for Athens and Gibraltar are your final stepping stones back to London Tilbury where your adventures end in beautiful British springtime.



Singapore (Singapore): Steeped in its colonial past, the Lion City of Sir Stamford Raffles is one of the most exciting cities in the East and provides an opportunity to visit the alleyways of Chinatown, a Hindu Temple, Sentosa Island, the world renowned botanical gardens, Jurong Bird Park and Orchard Road. Don’t forget to treat yourself to a Singapore Sling at the famous Raffles Hotel.


Port Klang for Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia): The British made Kuala Lumpur the capital of Peninsular Malaysia in the late 19th century, erecting grand colonial buildings that continue to stand proudly today. Since then, a virtual ‘race to the sky’ has seen the graceful buildings and mosques surrounded by steel and glass towers. As well as museums and temples to visit, there’s an elephant sanctuary and rainforest canopy walk.


Penang (Malaysia): The ‘jewel in the crown’ of Malaysia, Penang is linked to the mainland by one of the longest bridges in the world. George Town, the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia, boasts a European-style esplanade and a wealth of temples, mosques and Chinese clan houses. This paradise island has no shortage of cultural sights and natural scenery.

06/04/20 - 08/04/20

At Sea


Colombo (Sri Lanka): Sri Lanka’s capital is a delightful concoction of past and present. Its busy, man-made harbour, from which tea, spices and rubber are exported, stands side-by-side with historical museums and monuments. Colombo offers an array of charms, from the Royal Botanical Gardens to the Pettah Bazaar.


At Sea


Cochin for optional overland tour to Taj Mahal (India): Beautifully situated in Kerala, Cochin has been drawing traders and explorers to its shores for over 600 years. If you’re not tempted by an overland excursion to Delhi or Agra and the Taj Mahal, take in some of Cochin’s fascinating cultural legacy, which includes a synagogue, churches, mosques, temples and the crumbling remains of the British Raj. Don’t miss the Mattancherry Palace or a stroll along the lovely beach, scattered with unique Chinese fishing nets.


At Sea


Mumbai (India): Your first glimpse of Mumbai, a densely populated and intoxicating city, will be the iconic Gateway of India that sits on the waterfront. A trip to Elephanta Island visits the temple carved out of rock. Visit too, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus whose exterior is a jungle of stone. Be sure to experience the furious energy of Mumbai’s markets.

14/04/20 - 20/04/20

At Sea


Safaga for Luxor (Egypt): Reached across the Eastern Desert from Safaga, Luxor, in the celebrated Valley of the Kings, is often called the world’s greatest open-air museum. Nothing in the world compares to the scale and grandeur of the ancient monuments.


Aqaba for Petra (Jordan): The port of Aqaba has been an important strategic and commercial centre since Roman times. It presents the opportunity to visit the lost city of Petra, which lies in the surrounding desert - a city that is estimated to date back to 6,000 B.C. - and Wadi Rum, where T.E. Lawrence found his destiny as ‘Lawrence of Arabia’.


At Sea


Transit the Suez Canal


Haifa for Jerusalem (Israel)


At Sea


Piraeus for Athens (Greece): Piraeus is the gateway to Athens, the birthplace of democracy and a cradle of western civilisation. In this city of Plato and Socrates, visit the Acropolis with its mighty Parthenon, the temple of the Greek goddess Athena. Below the Acropolis lies the Theatre of Dionysos, the Temple of Olympian Zeus and the honeycomb of streets that make up the Plaka district of shops and tavernas. In the heart of the city there’s the National Archaeological Museum, the Olympic Stadium used for the first modern Games in 1896, the Parliament building and Syntagma Square.

28/04/20 - 30/04/20

At Sea


Gibraltar (BCC): Famously contested, Gibraltar is a renowned headland in the Mediterranean Sea. In ancient times known as the Pillars of Hercules with it’s African counterpart, Mt Abyla, the Rock has remained under British rule for the last 300 years, despite being connected to Spain.
A towering 1400 ft outcrop that separates the Mediterranean from the Atlantic, Gibraltar was named Jebel al-Tarik by the Moorish General Tarik who landed there in 711 AD. See the famous Barbary apes that occupy the island as well as St Michael’s Cave and the Siege Tunnels or admire the view to Africa from a cable car.

02/05/20 - 04/05/20

At Sea


London Tilbury (United Kingdom)

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