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The Great Wall of China: from Tianjin
Standing the test of time, the ancient and iconic Great Wall is a jaw-dropping sight to be experienced, and one that you can now have the opportunity to tick off your must-do list, with a Fred. Olsen Far East voyage.
Kobe (Osaka) : hidden gems of Japan
Japan is one of the most incredible destinations in the world and one we all aspire to go to, mainly because it feels so out of our reach, a mere pipedream. With a Fred. Olsen cruise you can dock in Kobe and explore the wider districts and destinations, including the hustle and bustle of Osaka or enchanting Kyoto.
Indonesia: The Borobudur Temple
Many backpackers, Indonesian locals, and Buddhists come here in search of peace and meditation on their pilgrimage - the views aren’t half bad either!
All that glitters is gold: Yangon
Feel a surge of positive energy and calming vibes from the most sacred and sensational Shwedagon Pagoda, it really does make it difficult not to be swept away by its enchanting presence.
The Lost City of Petra : from Aqaba, Jordan
Walk in the footsteps of Pharaohs and shadows of legends.
Cairo: Ancient Pyramids and The Sphinx
One of the most famous of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the only one that remains largely in tact, Cairo is infused with culture and history that can only be fully appreciated by the naked eye.
Take Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ‘Far East Explorer’ ‘Grand Voyage’ in 2015 for the ultimate cruise of a lifetime
For 2015 Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ is offering guests the chance to experience some of the world’s most incredible destinations on board Balmoral’s 119-night ‘Far East Explorer’ (L1501). Departing from Southampton on 4th January 2015, this cruise, which is Fred. Olsen’s longest-ever sailing, is the ultimate experience of a lifetime. Stepping foot in 51 destinations, in 24 countries, ...