Cruises to Vietnam

Tourist Junks at Ha Long Bay, Vietnam Cruises

Boasting a spectacular natural environment, some of the world’s most fantastic cuisine, an enduring culture and equally dynamic cities, Vietnam is a diverse holiday destination that offers something for everyone. Renowned for its striking coastline, Vietnam is the perfect cruising destination. Cruises to Vietnam offer an exciting fusion of Cantonese and Chinese culture and a dynamic blend of tradition and modernity, ensuring there is something for everyone. Home to breathtaking national parks, cruises to Vietnam are rich in sights, tastes, history and experiences.

Cruises to Vietnam

Far East Discovery
13 Nights on ms Westerdam Departing Hong Kong: 20th Dec 2018
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Grand Asia
15 Nights on Sapphire Princess Departing Singapore: 21st Dec 2018
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Southeast Asia
14 Nights on Celebrity Millennium Departing Hong Kong Kai Tak: 22nd Dec 2018
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Thailand & Vietnam
14 Nights on Seabourn Ovation Departing Singapore: 22nd Dec 2018
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Thailand and Vietnam
15 Nights on ms Westerdam Departing Singapore: 2nd Jan 2019
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Cruises to Vietnam from Sydney

Sydney to Singapore
25 Nights on Arcadia Departing Sydney: 21st Feb 2019
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Sydney to Southampton
54 Nights on Arcadia Departing Sydney: 21st Feb 2019
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Sydney to Hong Kong
19 Nights on Queen Victoria Departing Sydney: 28th Feb 2019
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Sydney to Singapore
24 Nights on Queen Victoria Departing Sydney: 28th Feb 2019
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Sydney to Cape Town
43 Nights on Queen Victoria Departing Sydney: 28th Feb 2019
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Phu My (pronounced foo me) is the gateway to Ho Chi Minh City and all of Vietnam’s fantastic attractions. The nearby seaside resort of Vung Tau is popular with the cruise crowd thanks to its proximity to the cruise port, however no visit to Vietnam would be complete without a visit to Ho Chi Minh City.

Formerly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City allows you to immerse yourself in the unique aromas, colours and sights of Vietnam. Discover the museum and exhibition centre of what was once the Presidential Palace and is now the famous Reunification Hall. For further insight into the local culture and history, the Sea Goddess Temple is an unusual looking and colourful temple featuring ceramic figurines and woodcarvings.

A large part of any visit to Vietnam is experiencing the authentic cuisine. With a strong Buddhist influence, Vietnam offers a lot of vegetarian friendly cuisine. With a focus on freshness, Vietnamese food is very light on oil and is almost always served with ‘nuoc mam’, a type of fish sauce. Some of the most popular dishes in Vietnam include fried spring rolls known as cha gio, a salad made from lotus stems called goi ngo sen and pho, a kind of rice noodle soup typically eaten for breakfast.

Shopping is another popular pastime in Vietnam, with some exciting shopping experiences on offer in Ho Chi Minh City. Some of the best places to spend your money include Dong Khoi Street, which is a bustling street offering souvenir shops, cafes and fashionable boutiques as well as Ben Thanh Central Market, known for its clothing, shoes, bags and watches.

One of the must-do attractions of Vietnam is the Cu Chi Tunnels and no visit here would be complete without experiencing this unique historical attraction. A fascinating network of tunnels that stretched from the capital of south Vietnam all the way to the Cambodian border, this subterranean complex was used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War and features 124 tunnels, some of which you can still explore.

Arrivals & Departures

Phu My Port

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Distance from City: 70kms (1hour 30mins)
Distance from Airport: 65km (1hour 30mins)
Taxi Fare Estimate: VD300 - 320 ($18 - $25 AUD) one way, cruise terminal to city