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Silversea 22 Day Cruise on Silver Muse, Silversea - Call for price

Departure 10 October 2020 | Hong Kong to Sydney


  • Hong Kong
  • At Sea
  • Hundred Islands National Park
  • Manila
  • Coron Island
  • Boracay Island
  • At Sea
  • Koror
  • At Sea
  • Wewak
  • Madang
  • At Sea
  • Kitava
  • Conflict Island Group
  • At Sea
  • Brisbane
  • At Sea
  • Sydney

Hong Kong to Sydney

Three full weeks of travel to span continents, cross oceans and open your mind. Be the first Silversea guests to visit five exciting new ports – from remote and remarkable islands to tiny towns. Palawan – winner of the best island in the world an incredible three times – never fails to delight, days and sea ensure total relaxation, while an overnight in Brisbane is just perfectly timed urban perfection.

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Day by day itinerary

Day 1 — Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Island skyline, with its ever-growing number of skyscrapers, speaks to ambition and money.
Day 2 — At Sea
Day 3 — Hundred Islands National Park

Hundred Islands National Park is located in the city of Alaminos, in the province of Pangasinan in northern Philippines. There are a total of 124 islands and islets scattered in Lingayen Gulf. Only three of them have been developed for tourism: Governor Island, Quezon Island, and Children's Island. The islands are believed to be about two million years old. They are actually ancient coral reefs that have been exposed when the sea level dropped after the last Ice Age. The national park was created by Presidential Proclamation in 1940, for the benefit and enjoyment of the people of the Philippines.

Day 4 — Manila
Manila, Philippines

Manila, Philippines

MANILA, the capital city of the Philippines, was founded in, 1571 by Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi. It is one of the oldest cities in the country and was the seat of power for most of the colonial rules of the Philippines. It is situated on the eastern shore of Manila Bay and contains a multitude of landmarks, some of which date back to the 16th century. It is home to the baroque 16th-century San Agustin Church as well as Fort Santiago, a storied citadel and military prison.
Day 5 — Coron Island
Spoken of with awed reverence in scuba-diving circles, Coron's dramatic rock protrusions, which jut from emerald seas and glorious sweeps of sand, make it a destination that you can't help but dive into. The perfect base for an adventure holiday, Coron's exquisite setting means you'll face taxing choices on a daily basis - to spend the day relaxing on the soft sand, or to pound through the jungle on horseback? Whether you choose relaxation or all-out-action, you're sure to fall head over heels for Coron's beauty.
Day 6 — Boracay Island

Boracay is a small island located approximately 196 miles (about 315 kilometres) south of Manila. The island comprises the barangays (also known as barrios, wards or villages) of Manoc-Manoc, Balabag and Yapak in the municipality of Malay, in the Aklan Province. Boracay Island is administered by the Philippine Tourism Authority, and the provincial government of Aklan

Day 7 to 8 — At Sea
Day 9 — Koror

Palau's early history is still largely veiled in mystery. Why, how or when people arrived on this beautiful islands is unknown, but studies indicate that today's Palauans are distant relatives of the Malays of Indonesia, Melanesians of New Guinea and Polynesians. In 1922, Koror became the administrative centre for all Japanese possessions in the South Pacific. The town of Koror is a stylish metropolis with factories, shops, public baths, restaurants and pharmacies.

Day 10 to 11 — At Sea
Day 12 — Wewak

The Sepik region of Papua New Guinea is a wonderland of islands, beautiful coastlines, river systems and mountain ranges.  It is the timeless history of the Sepik people themselves which provide the mystery and exotic folklore of this fascinating area. Wewak is an attractive palm-fringed town which felt the might of Japanese troops who “discovered” its isolation and hidden ports around Kairiru Island. Many war memorials remain around the outskirts of the plantations and a Japanese gun still points from the eastern end of the island. Wewak is the capital of East Sepik province and located not far from Cape Wom.

Day 13 — Madang
The eastern half of the island of New Guinea - second largest in the world - was divided between Germany (north) and the United Kingdom (south) in 1885. On the north coast of the island, we find colourful Madang, called the “prettiest town in the South Pacific”. Its peninsula-setting is a showplace of parks, waterways, luxuriant shade trees and sparkling tropical islands. Although small, the town has modern urban facilities, including hotels, department stores, markets and art shops. The people of Madang can be broken into four distinct groups - islanders, coastal people, river people and mountain people. These groups are similar in appearance except for the smaller Simbai mountain tribesmen from the foothills. The traditional dress consists mainly of traditional dyed multi-coloured grass skirts made out of either pandanas leaves or sago palm. The women from the mountain areas wear skirts that are colourless, narrow and stringy. Unlike the women, men wear meshy net aprons in front and a clutter of target leaves astern.
Day 14 — At Sea
Day 15 — Kitava, Papua new Guinea
Day 16 — Conflict Island Group

It is not every day that you visit a picturesque island paradise – but if you are lucky enough to get to the remote Conflict Islands then you are in for a treat! The Conflicts group is a little-known ring of 21 coral islands surrounding an astoundingly beautiful lagoon that's home to one of the world's most richly diverse reef systems.

Day 17 to 18 — At Sea
Day 19 to 20 — Brisbane, Queensland
Founded in 1824 on the banks of the wide, meandering Brisbane River, the former penal colony of Brisbane was for many years regarded as just a big country town. Many beautiful timber Queenslander homes, built in the 1800s, still dot the riverbanks and inner suburbs, and in spring the city's numerous parks erupt in a riot of colorful jacaranda, poinciana, and bougainvillea blossoms. Today the Queensland capital is one of Australia's most up-and-coming cities: glittering high-rises mark its polished business center, slick fashion boutiques and restaurants abound, and numerous outdoor attractions beckon.
Day 21 — At Sea
Day 22 — Sydney, New South Wales
Sydney Opera House and Skyline

Sydney Opera House and Skyline

Sydney belongs to the exclusive club of cities that generate excitement. Blessed with dazzling beaches and a sunny climate, Sydney is among the most beautiful cities on the planet.With 4.6 million people, Sydney is the biggest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia. Although a visit to Sydney is an essential part of an Australian experience, the city is no more representative of Australia than Los Angeles is of the United States. Sydney has joined the ranks of the great cities whose characters are essentially international. What Sydney offers is style, sophistication, and great looks—an exhilarating prelude to the continent at its back door.

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