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Cruises to China

China is off-the-scale big and immensely diverse when it comes to:

  • Landscapes
  • Dialects
  • Climate
  • Cuisine

It is the world’s oldest continuous civilization and, thus, has a vast amount to offer a curious traveller. You may not see historic artefacts everywhere you look, just because China is developing round the clock, but history and tradition are aplenty here.

Exploring different regions of China is best done on a cruise, you will not visit two ports that are alike:

Cruise Lines

As cruises around China are gaining popularity, most of the best cruise lines offer great itineraries, visiting off-the-beaten-track ports and providing fascinating shore excursions.

You will have no problem finding the right cruise line and route, here are just some examples:

  • Royal Caribbean cruises to China a great deal, while also offering fantastic onboard entertainment for the whole family.
  • Holland America Line will also have diverse itineraries. Plus, you will enjoy cruising at its traditional best.

Looking to set sail from an Australian home port? The following cruise lines depart from Sydney:

  • Cunard
  • MSC Cruises
  • Regent Seven Seas
  • Seabourn

The Best Time to Visit

Most of China will be extremely hot and humid during the Northern Hemisphere summer months of June to August, and bitterly cold around November to February.

We recommend booking your China cruise for the following periods:

  • March to May
  • September to October

It tends to be dry and warm.