Diamond Princess arrives in Singapore for winter season

The Princess Cruises ship will sail 10- to 14-day itineraries in the region until March 2024

Diamond Princess arrives in Singapore for winter season

Princess Cruises

Diamond Princess will sail 10- to 14-day itineraries in the region until March 2024

By Laura Hyde |

Diamond Princess has arrived in Singapore for the winter cruise season after a 15-day repositioning cruise from Yokohama in Japan.  

The ship will offer 10- to 14-day itineraries sailing around southeast Asia until March 2024. The deployment marks the 10-year anniversary of Princess Cruises’ operations in the region. 

Diamond Princess will spend Christmas Eve at Thailand’s second largest island, Koh Samui, as part of a 10-day cruise, which also calls at Bangkok in Thailand, as well as Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang in Vietnam. Guests departing from Singapore on 26 December will see in the New Year in Ho Chi Minh City. 

In January and February 2024, Diamond Princess will offer 14-day cruises calling at ports in Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Guests will travel along the Strait of Malacca and visit Langkawi and Penang in Malaysia, before sailing the South China Sea to Vietnam. Guests can celebrate Chinese New Year, which falls on 10 and 11 February 2024, and begin the Year of the Dragon in Malaysia, where the ship will call at Penang and Port Klang.   

Diamond Princess will end its Singapore season with a 13-day repositioning cruise from Singapore to Yokohama, which departs on 5 March 2024 and arrives in Japan just in time for cherry blossom season. 

The ship isn’t the only Princess Cruises’ vessel visiting Singapore in 2024 and 2025; Coral Princess will sail a 33-day Southeast Asia, Hawaii and Pacific Crossing cruise from Singapore to Los Angeles in October 2024, while Island Princess’s World Cruise will visit Singapore on 29 February 2024. The ship will return to Singapore again as part of its 2025 World Cruise. Finally, Discovery Princess will make its maiden call to Singapore in October 2025 on its way to Australia. 

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