New 3-day itinerary of Ambassador Cruise (Asia) highlights Vietnam’s UNESCO sites

   July 4, 2024 ,   Cruise Industry

The Asian company Ambassador Cruise has introduced a "One Adventure – Two Wonders" experience, showcasing Vietnam’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed bays - Ha Long and Lan Ha.

This 3-day/2-night itinerary offers the opportunity to explore the scenic northern Gulf of Tonkin (northwestern South China Sea).

On the first day tourists embark on Ambassador Cruise 1 ship - Halong Bay's largest and most luxurious vessel). The boat has 46 cabins, each with a private balcony or terrace, twin 360-degree sundecks, a restaurant, a piano lounge, bars, an outdoor Jacuzzi/spa pool, and a wellness facility/spa.

Highlights of the first day include a buffet lunch with views of Halong Bay’s limestone islets, exploring Luon Cave by bamboo boat or kayak, and enjoying a chef’s special dinner. Passengers also visit Titov Island, known for its crescent moon-shaped beach and panoramic views from its peak.

The second day begins with a land tour/visit to Sung Sot Cave and Quang Ninh Museum, followed by the exploration of historical sites like Dong Pagoda. Guests then return to Halong International Cruise Port to board the Ambassador Signature Cruise ship, which has 39 cabins with private balconies/terraces, a sundeck, a restaurant, piano lounge, bars, spa, and a water slide. The itinerary includes a visit to Viet Hai, a traditional floating fishing village.

On the final day, tourists explore Light and Dark Cave by bamboo boat or kayak. Onboard activities include taichi sessions on the sundeck, Happy Hour drinks and canapes, live music, spa treatments, and squid fishing.

This exotic travel experience provides an immersive journey through Vietnam’s stunning seascapes and cultural heritage.