Oceania Cruises Riviera is set to make its maiden visit to Asia in 2024, set to visit destinations such Vietnam, China, Japan, India, Malaysia and more.
Fresh off its 2022 refurbishments, the Riviera Asia 2024 season spans across 25 itineraries, with sailings varying greatly in length from 10 to 82 days.
One of the blockbuster itineraries is the 72-day ‘Epic Eastern Explorer’, which takes you from Mumbai India to Tokyo, Japan, will a series of thrilling destinations along the way including Phuket, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Saigon, Ko Samui, Kyoto and many more.
Short journey’s include a 12-day Land of the Rising Sun roundtrip out of Tokyo, which offers an exciting immersion into Japan throughout March and April 2024, with stops in Kagoshima, Nagasaki, Beppu, Hiroshima and Kyoto.
Frank A. Del Rio, President of Oceania Cruises said: “Riviera’s re-inspiration has brought our luxurious product to new heights and the expansion of our Exotics 2023-2024 season means even more of our guests have the opportunity to explore one of the most intriguing corners of the globe.
“The decision to move Riviera to Asia was easy; demand for our Exotics collection is very strong with our well-travelled guests longing to visit remote, wondrous destinations for off-the-beaten-path experiences.
“Having Riviera sail this corner of the world, showcasing her new stem-to-stern, better-than-new interiors, is the most stylish, luxurious and relaxing way to explore multiple fascinating cultures while enjoying The Finest Cuisine at Sea on one voyage.”
Mr Del Rio says the Riviera Asia itineraries aim to both take guests to more undiscovered parts of Asia, as well offer new insights into already-famous cities.
“Thanks to these spectacular itineraries, our guests can discover some of the most beautiful and remote destinations in the world, such as little-known islands in Polynesia, in the most luxurious and immersive way possible – by sea.
“They can also enjoy world-famous city sights in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok, to name a few. The breadth of travel experiences on offer across the voyages of our beautifully appointed, elegant small ships is simply unparalleled.”