Star Cruises, the leading Asia-Pacific cruise line, was once again recognized ‘Asia's Leading Cruise Line' at the Gala Ceremony of 2015 World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia held in Hong Kong on October 29, 2015. Known as "the Oscars of the world travel industry", this year marks Star Cruises fourth consecutive win since 2012 as ‘Asia's Leading Cruise Line' – an honour voted on by travel and tourism professionals from around the globe.
As the pioneer of the cruise industry in Asia, travellers from across the region can continue to expect unique and innovative cruise itineraries from Star Cruises. Coming soon from November 4, 2015 onwards, SuperStar Libra will embark on another milestone with her inaugural homeport at Haikou in Hainan, China, offering weekly cruises to Vietnam including 4Day/3Nights to Da Nang/Hue and 3Day/2Nights to Halong Bay. Blessed with natural scenic splendour and home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites, Vietnam remains a popular destination for travellers and holiday-makers from across the region.
At the end of the year, Star Cruises will be reaching new heights with the introduction of its 46-night voyage across the Southern Hemisphere on board its flagship, SuperStar Virgo. Commencing 15 November until 31 December 2015, travellers will have the opportunity to experience a mega-adventure across diverse lands and cultures in Asia and Australia, with stops at 21 ports of call including Bali, Bangkok, Krakatoa, Ho Chi Minh City, Sihanoukville, Melbourne, Sydney and many other exotic locales.
Additionally, SuperStar Aquarius, currently homeported in Keelung, Taiwan, will further cater to the Northern Asian segment, offering destination cruises to the famous islands of Okinawa in Japan, including Ishigaki, Naha and Yonaguni. In Hong Kong, Star Pisces will to continue to provide both new and seasonal travellers with the option of a short holiday getaway on the high seas. And in Southeast Asia, SuperStar Gemini, homeported in Singapore, remains a popular choice among travellers, especially from the growing overseas fly-cruise market in the region.