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Departs Singapore
On 06 Mar 2020
For 14 nights
To Indian Ocean
With Costa Cruises
On Board Costa Mediterranea
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Date Port Arrive Depart
06 Mar 20 Singapore 20:00
07 Mar 20 At sea
08 Mar 20 Ko Samui, Thailand 08:00 18:00
09 Mar 20 Laem Chabang, Thailand 07:00
10 Mar 20 Laem Chabang, Thailand 18:00
11 Mar 20 Sihanoukville 09:00 18:00
12 Mar 20 At sea
13 Mar 20 Singapore 09:00 20:00
14 Mar 20 At sea
15 Mar 20 Langkawi (Malaysia) 08:00 19:00
16 Mar 20 Phuket 07:00
17 Mar 20 Phuket 18:00
18 Mar 20 Penang 08:00 18:00
19 Mar 20 Port Klang, Kuala Lumpur 08:00 18:00
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Costa Mediterranea
A visit to a seventeenth century palace will surprise and excite you as much as a cruise on Costa Mediterranea: beautiful, refined and fascinating in every detail, it is a ship inspired by Italian ele.. Read more
14 night cruise sailing from Singapore Harbour Front aboard the Costa Mediterranea
Visit Ko Samui, Laem Chabang, Sihanoukville, Singapore Harbour Front, Langkawi, Phuket, Penang, Port Klang and Singapore Harbour Front.

Singapore

Singapore was a small commercial centre in the powerful Srivijaya empire of Sumatra and later, towards the middle of the 13th century, a puppet state of the Majapahit empire in Java, while in the 15th and 16th century it became part of the sultanate of Johor. Singapore’s more recent history is inextricably linked to the figure of Sir Stamford Raffles, an official in the East India Company. With a treaty stipulated with the sultan of Johor in 1819, he established a British settlement in Singapore. He then made the city a resting point to restock the ships of the British Empire and to halt the Dutch expansionist policy.

Phuket

Located 867 km from Bangkok in the Andaman Sea, Phuket is Thailand’s largest island. With an area of 534 km2 (slightly larger than Malta), it is generally a fairly flat island with a few isolated hills, although the western part has a chain of mountains that run from north to south reaching a peak of 529 m above sea level at Mai Tha Sip Song. 70% of the island is covered by forest.

Port Klang

Port Klang, also known as Port Swettenham, is Malaysia's main port and, located in the Klang district in the State of Selangor on the Strait of Malacca, its serves the Klang Valley and therefore Kuala Lumpur and the administrative capital Putrajaya. Klang is still described as the “royal city” of the State of Selangor (indeed it was state capital before being replaced by Kuala Lumpur) and lies 32 km from Kuala Lumpur and 6 km from Port Klang. For centuries the Klang district was an important tin mining area, leading to the arrival in the region of the Chinese and later the British. The management of the tin trade, at the time considered a semi-precious metal, lead to friction and serious tension between Raja Abdullah and Raja Mahadi and their respective followers culminating in the outbreak of civil war in 1867. The war lasted 7 years and was eventually settled following the intervention of the British, who made Klang the capital of the British colony. In 1896 the State of Selangor, along with three other states, formed the Federation of Malaysian States with Kuala Lumpur its capital city, and it was at this point that Klang's importance diminished. In 1957 the Federation enlarged to encompass 11 States, changing its name to the Federation of Malaysia and gaining its independence from Great Britain. In 1963 another three states joined the Federation including Singapore, which, however, was to leave just two years later. In the mid-nineties construction work began in the new Malaysian administrative capital Putrajaya. In 1999 the first executive offices were transferred from Kuala Lumpur around 25 km south to Putrajaya, as administrative and ministerial departments, as well as the Prime Minister's offices, were decentralised to the sparkling Perdana Putra complex surrounded by nature and botanical gardens. The new capital will be an example of electronic administration where paper is replaced by the latest in multimedia and telecommunications technology. The complex also includes a mosque with a capacity of 15,000 and a 116 metre-high minaret, while further wings house a museum, a library, an auditorium and an exhibition room. The development of the city is part of the ambitious Malaysian “Multimedia Super Corridor” project, a hi-tech district that begins at the world-famous Petronas Towers in the centre of Kuala Lumpur and passes through Putrajaya before arriving at the international airport. Kuala Lumpur, or simply KL to the local population, is a city with a population of around 1.5 million. It name, literally meaning “muddy river”, was given to the city by the first miners that settled at the convergence point of the Klang and Gombak rivers around 1860. The Petronas Towers are the most famous buildings in the city thanks in part to the film “Entrapment” directed by Jon Amiel in 1999 and starring Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta Jones. These “twin towers”, designed by Argentine-American architect Cesar Pilli, were completed in 1997 and, reaching a height of 452 metres, were the tallest buildings in the world until 2003 when they were eclipsed by 509-metre Taipei 101, also known as the Taipei Financial Centre. Kuala Lumpur is not just a modern city though – it also has a historical centre with various colonial constructions located around the main square, Merdeka Square, once used as an area for playing cricket and the site from where independence was proclaimed in 1957. The square is dominated by the Moorish-style Sultan Abdul Samed Building with its 43-metre clocktower. Other buildings of interest in the city include: the train station, built in 1910 and renovated in 1987, with its minarets, cupolas, towers and arches, the Masjid Jamek mosque with its onion domes, and the Parliament, also Moorish in style. The “Central Market”, located in an art-deco structure used half a century ago for trade, is also worth a visit. Nowadays it represents KL's cultural centre with its numerous activities such as batik painting, its blown glass studios, marionette shows and shadow theatres, dance classes and so on.
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Costa Cruises

Italian in origin, Costa Cruises is Europe’s largest cruise operator, with 16 ships sailing to destinations in the USA, Caribbean, South America, the Mediterranean, Scandinavia, Pacific Asia, Middle East, Oceania and Africa.

Costa offers a cruise to suit every taste and budget – families, friends, couples, singles and honeymooners alike are sure to find the vacation of their dreams. Your Costa Cruise ship will be a floating resort, offering you every comfort, convenience and amenity you can imagine.

Enjoy one show after another, lie back and be pampered in the onboard spa, dine like never before, try your luck in the lively casino, or dance the night away in the disco. However you choose to spend your cruise holiday, you can be sure it will be done in unmistakable Italian style.

The Costa Cruise experience retains its European traditions and Mediterranean spirit, with grand decor and vibrant celebrations, classical concerts, lavish production shows and popular enrichment programmes. As soon as you step onboard, you will realise what an unforgettable experience your holiday at sea with Costa will be.

Dining

Costa Cruises offers every guest an exceptional gastronomic experience, based on great taste and European authenticity in a setting that is elegant and luxurious. All meals offer the opportunity for a special occasion, a magical celebration of the culinary arts, hosted by highly trained chefs and attentive staff. Whether you choose to dine in one of the main dining rooms onboard, the speciality a la carte Club Restaurants or have a relaxed meal in the buffet dining area, you will find each occasion a delicious one.

Kids

Costa Cruises offers the perfect setting for a family holiday, with onboard activities, entertainment and menus designed to suit every family member, from kids to grandparents. The Costa Kids Programme is on hand morning to night to entertain children and teens, and give parents the time to relax and enjoy the whole cruise. Designed for children aged 3 to 17, the kids programme is split into 4 Clubs, with age-appropriate activities ranging from pizza parties and masquerades to Italian language lessons and pirate treasure hunts.

Costa Mediterranea

A visit to a seventeenth century palace will surprise and excite you as much as a cruise on Costa Mediterranea: beautiful, refined and fascinating in every detail, it is a ship inspired by Italian elegance, with fine details and a wealth of works of art. The sumptuous furnishings are complemented by modern services, large and comfortable cabins, most of which include a private balcony, plus a spacious, bright and gym with sea views.

Facilities

Library, Squok Club, Card Room, Nightclub, Outdoor Pool, Indoor Pool,

Dance Floor, Disco, Theatre, Children's Play Area, Cigar Bar, Club Medusa, Osiris Theatre, Selva Disco,

Jacuzzi, Beauty Salon, Solarium, Spa, Steam Room, Sauna, Swimming Pool, Hydro Massage Pool, Whirlpool, Hydrotherapy,

Extensive WiFi capabilities and connectivity., Internet Cafe,

Lounge, Bar, Pizzeria, Restaurant, Buffet, Cognac & Cigar Bar, Appollo Bar, Argentieri Restaurant, Perla Buffet, Wellnes Restaurant, Pizzeria Possillipo, Casanova Bar, Roero Bar, Salone Oriental, Lido Apollo,

Gym, Jogging Track, Wellness Centre, Sports Court, Fitness Center,

Photo Shop, Reception, Medical Centre, Shopping Gallery, Laundry Service, Money Exchange, Chapel, Conference Room, Art Gallery,

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