Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas offers added ports of call

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With the expanded ports of call, Spectrum now visits coastal cities such as Ishigaki and Okinawa in Japan, Busan and Jeju in South Korea, and Danang and Nha Trang in Vietnam. From pristine sandy shores to crystal-clear waters, these picturesque destinations promise relaxation and rejuvenation by the sea. Other notable shore excursions include cosmopolitan cities like Fukuoka and Nagasaki in Japan and Hue in Vietnam, which offer a blend of modernity and rich cultural heritage.

Whether seeking outdoor thrills, cultural experiences or culinary delights, these destinations have something for every traveller aboard Spectrum.

In Ishigaki, hike up Mount Otomo for panoramic views or kayak through Nagura Anparu Wetland’s mangroves for a close encounter with nature. Snorkelling at Nami-no-ue Sea and Sky Park in Okinawa or exploring the Vinpearl Amusement Park in Nha Trang via the world’s longest gondola ride also makes for an adventurous day out.

Foodies can indulge in freshly caught seafood at Jagalchi Seafood Market in Busan or sample traditional Vietnamese dishes banh beo (steamed rice cakes topped with shrimp, mung bean paste and scallions, served with fish sauce) and banh khoai (crispy crepe stuffed with pork belly and shrimp) in Hue and Danang. In Nagasaki, dine at a Shippoku Ryori restaurant to taste a unique blend of Japanese, Chinese and European influences.

Go on a shopping spree at Cheju Underground Shopping Street in Jeju, or shop for unique crafts along Kokusai-Dori and Tsuboya Yachimun-Dori Street in Okinawa. Perusing Tran Phu Street for silk clothing and street markets for souvenirs in Nha Trang are also delightful options.

Cultural enthusiasts can discover the intricate beauty of Tocho-ji Temple in Fukuoka while in Nagasaki, history comes alive at the majestic Oura Catholic Church. When in Hue, visit the Hue Imperial City and ancient tombs for insights into Vietnam’s imperial history. The Gamcheon Culture Village in Busan is a must-visit, where colourful murals adorn the streets and artistic expression flourishes.

Although Japan, South Korea and Vietnam are renowned travel destinations, exploring them aboard a Royal Caribbean brings a whole new dimension to the experience. Onboard Spectrum, travellers can delve into the beauty and diversity of Asia, gaining fresh perspectives while hopping from one iconic destination to another from the comfort of their luxurious accommodations.

Spectrum of the Seas: Asia’s Favourite Ship

 The first of the Quantum Ultra Class cruise ship from Royal Caribbean, Spectrum is tailored for Asia and travellers of all generations. It offers regionally inspired dining and entertainment, including Hot Pot, Teppanyaki, and captivating performances in the Royal Theatre and Two-70, a multimedia entertainment space with cutting-edge technology for an immersive experience.

Adventure seekers can enjoy skydiving on the RipCord by iFly, or soar over 300 feet above the ocean in the North Star – an all-glass observation capsule. Families and friends can enjoy bumper cars and sports in the expansive SeaPlex, the largest indoor activity space at sea.

For families seeking luxurious experiences, the Ultimate Family Suite aboard Spectrum is an exclusive suite enclave offering unparalleled experiences from a two-level, 2,809-square-foot space with an in-suite slide, for multigenerational family vacations comprising private dining, shopping and more.


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