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Silversea World Cruise

To see the entire 73-night 2019 itinerary, click here. To read more about the Silver Muse, click here.

Silversea's Silver Muse is the host for one of the most picturesque world cruises yet. At 73 nights, you'll be ushered about Australia, New Zealand and Asia's most stunning ports for the cruise of a lifetime.

Your cruise begins in Australia's biggest city, Sydney. Don't miss the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House and Royal Botanic Gardens. Whale watch in Eden and then spend a day in Melbourne, known for its natural gardens, wine tasting, museums and free-roaming zoo. An overnight in Melbourne will give exploration time, then off to New Zealand.

You'll arrive first at Stewart Island, then it's off to Dunedin and Christchurch, which are both rich with history and pristinely preserved. Next is Picton and Gisborne in New Zealand, the first place in the world to see the sun, and Tauranga. New Zealand's biggest city, Auckland, is your next destination. You can visit Auckland Museum, Cornwall Park, the Sky Tower, the Auckland Zoo, Auckland's Art Gallery or simply relax on the beautiful beaches. Your journey continues to Bay of Islands, which offers scuba diving and swimming with dolphins.

You'll get another chance to explore Sydney overnight and then reach Adelaide, a big, bustling city with many attractions: the Central Market, the Art Gallery of South Australia, arcades, malls and gardens. The next day will land you at the Kangaroo Island with opportunities to see kangaroos, sea lions, koalas and many more. After spending a day in Albany, you will overnight in Perth, which will give you plenty of time to explore the gardens, rivers, Kings Park War Memorial and old architecture.

A mere three days at sea will transport you to a different world, Asia. Your first stop will be Bali, Indonesia, and you'll want to dig right into the many temples, markets and forests. Afterward, head to Lombok to see the volcanoes and scenery, then you'll get the chance to see Malaysia in Sandakan, known for the largest orangutan reserve in the world.

After a day at sea, you'll visit the Philippines: Romblon Island with its attractive beaches, Manila with its bustling metro life and Coron with its diving areas. Then head to Singapore, one of the largest and most active areas in the world. Ko Samui, Thailand, a tourist town with unmatched seafood, is next. Your next overnight stay in Bangkok, Thailand will let you take in all the cultural color. A two-night dock in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam will let you visit museums, temples and theaters, followed by a visit to Da Nang in Vietnam for some souvenirs.

An overnight in Hong Kong is next, with a mix of new and old with Buddhas, temples, and gardens next to every technological advance. Cruise to Shanghai, China where you'll need all three days to get a glance at this enormous city, which holds spots like the Shanghai Circus World, the high-speed railway, Wai Tan, the Shanghai Museum, Yu Garden, promenades, art centers and much more.

For the last week of your trip, you'll be visiting South Korea and Japan. Cheju City, South Korea is full of rich historical relevance and landscapes. After a day at sea, you'll finally reach Japan. The first stop is Hiroshima, which has been rebuilt and holds many historically significant locations, such as the Peace Memorial Museum and the Atomic Bomb Dome. Next is an overnight at Osaka, Japan, known for its temples and history. Finally, you'll visit your final port, Yokohama, which is only an hour from Japan's biggest, most bustling city, Tokyo, but it has plenty of historical treasures to explore as well.

Due to the unique nature of this vacation experience, we allow only the most experienced of our 400+ travel counselors the opportunity to assist our world cruise customers. When you are ready to speak with someone in our office, please call us at 1-888-381-4642 or email us for a quote or reservation.