This Luxury Cruise Takes You To Several Unesco Sites In Asia
As the official cruise partner of Unesco, the cruise company has also created an optional offshore trip to Angkor Wat in Cambodia, the largest temple complex in the world.
Guests can choose between pre or post six-day overland trips that include stays at the luxury Raffles hotel in Phnom Penh, flights to Siem Reap, guided tours of the temples at sunrise and helicopter tour of the complex.
The China excursion is likewise a six-day pre or post trip that includes hotel stays at the ritzy Waldorf Astoria Beijing and Mandarin Oriental, along with guided tours of the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor, home of the famous Terracotta Warriors.
The excursion also includes visits to the Great Wall of China, Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
With its luxurious cabins and gourmet dining—onboard dining includes a restaurant from top US chef Thomas Keller—Seabourn's target market is the affluent, discerning traveler.