Pacific Eden's guests will be able to visit Ao Nang in Krabi
P&O Cruises Australia’s 1,500-guest Pacific Eden is to become the first cruise ship to visit Ko Chang in Thailand this August.
Pacific Eden will call on 9 August as part of her inaugural 14-night roundtrip cruise that departs Singapore on 13 August 2016 and takes guests to nine ports across Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
Other destinations include Cambodia’s seaside town of Sihanoukville, Malaysia’s Langkawi island and the popular Thai ports of Bangkok, Ko Samui, Phuket and Krabi provincial beach town Ao Nang.
“Asia has long been a favourite travel destination with Australian holidaymakers and we’re thrilled to be offering a new way to experience the wonders of the region from the stylish decks of Pacific Eden,” said Sture Myrmell, president of P&O Cruises. “Our new Asia holidays combine a mixture of popular destinations including Phuket and Langkawi with off-the-beaten-track ports best accessed by ship such as Ko Chang in the Gulf of Thailand. These cruises offer the ultimate Asian adventure and the best part is that our guests only have to unpack once before being treated to a week or two exploring some of the world’s most stunning destinations, all while enjoying the great value of a cruise holiday and the comfort of a ship designed to suit their tastes.”