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Fukuoka
Fukuoka

Fukuoka is an important harbour city in Japan. The city enjoys an abundant supply of fresh seafood and excellent cuisine.

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Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong, China

Arrive into spectacular Victoria Harbour and be mesmerized by Hong Kong’s skyline. This vibrant city offers a wide range of things to do, such as shopping, sightseeing, and of course, eating.

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Ishigaki
Ishigaki, Yaeyama Islands

This small provincial town is the main transportation hub for the entire Yaeyama Islands group, offering a major airport and a cruise terminal, plus a good range of shops, restaurants and bars. The island is renowned for its beaches and jungle scenery.

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Kagoshima
Kagoshima

Located in the southwest tip of Kyushu Island, Kagoshima is often compared to its Italian sister city of Naples because of its mild weather and palm-tree lined streets. The city lies in the shadow of Mount Sakurajima, an active volcano – similar to Naples and Mount Vesuvius.

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Kaohsiung
Kaohsiung

As Taiwan’s most important port city, Kaohsiung is also its second most populated city after New Taipei — no surprise when you consider its relative low cost of living and year-round mild climate.

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Keelung
Keelung

Located along the rugged northeast coast, the port city of Keelung is also the centre of Northern Taiwan’s fishing industry. From its Taiwanese aboriginal origins to periods of Spanish, Dutch, Qing Dynasty and Japanese rule, Keelung is steeped in rich history.

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Kobe
Kobe

One of Japan's largest cities, Kobe is an attractive, cosmopolitan metropolis nestled alongside the Rokko mountain range. It was one of the first maritime gateways to welcome foreign settlers after Japan reopened its ports in the mid-19th century.

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Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur

The Malaysian capital offers great shopping, dining and cultural attractions, plus an interesting mix of modern, traditional and colonial architecture. Apart from the 451-metre Petronas towers, another easily recognized landmark is the Menara Kuala Lumpur which offers spectacular city views. 

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Langkawi
Langkawi

Surrounded by emerald sea, Langkawi has paddy fields, jungle and waterfalls. Learn about local legends, such as the battling giants that created Kuah Town by overturning a pot of curry, and the ancient curse of Mahsuri.

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Manila
Manila

A rapidly developing megacity, Manila is as chaotic, loud and energetic as they come. Dive right in to be richly rewarded.

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Medan

Indonesia’s third-largest city and the capital of North Sumatra, Medan is a place with real character. Home to residents from all over the country, it is a melting pot of diverse cultures, religions and cuisines. It booms with commerce, sizzles with heat and shines with modernity, while retaining an essence of colonial Dutch charm.

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Miyakojima
Miyakojima, Okinawa

Miyakojima, also known as Miyako Island, is Okinawa’s fourth largest island and known for its lovely beaches and excellent coral reefs. The island’s tropical climate make it a popular year-round destination. The island is densely planted with sugar cane fields.

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Mount Fuji

When you sail into Shimizu Port, you will enjoy the great scenery of Mount Fuji in the background. It is an amazing sight. As the highest mountain in Japan, the perfectly shaped volcano has been worshipped as a sacred mountain.

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Naha
Naha, Okinawa

Once a thriving port city and the prosperous capital of the Ryukyu Kingdom, Naha retains much of its original energy and bustle. Today, the city is the cultural and economic hub of Okinawa, and is also an important transportation hub.

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Nagasaki
Nagasaki

A vibrant and charming city, Nagasaki boasts a rich trading history, picturesque churches, shrines and temples, and a diverse culinary scene, set around a beautiful harbour.

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Osaka
Osaka

For centuries, Osaka was Japan’s cultural and commercial gateway to Asia. Today it is a vibrant city renowned for its shopping and fine cuisine.

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Penang
Penang

Penang located off the west coast of the Malay Peninsular. Offering delectable local cuisine, magnificent ancient temples and colonial architecture, as well as an abundance of natural beauty.

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Phuket
Phuket

Phuket has a rich cultural history, with many Buddhist temples and shrines to visit, plus the glorious architecture of Old Phuket Town. For those who enjoy water sports there is a wide choice of things to do, including yachting, sailing, jet skiing, parasailing and deep sea fishing.

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Tokyo
Tokyo

Tokyo is mesmerising. From ancient shrines, imperial palaces to gleaming department stores and avant-garde boutiques, you will be dazzled by the endless choice of shopping, entertainment and dining available round the clock. The closest cruise port is vibrant Yokohama, the second largest city in Japan and home to the famous Kirin Beer Factory.

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Yeosu
Yeosu

This maritime city, named ‘Good Water’ in Korean, is renowned for its volcanic beaches, idyllic islands and colourful historic sites. Yeosu has an archipelago of more than 300 picturesque islands surrounding it, many of which are uninhabited.

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