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Worried About Your Hong Kong Cruise? Get the Latest Info Here

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Hong Kong cruises are being monitored due to social unrest in the city, but no cruise has been canceled.

If you have a Hong Kong cruise booked and are concerned it may be canceled, all of the cruise lines are closely monitoring the situation and will inform their guests if anything changes.

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As for the present, no cruise to Hong Kong has been canceled. Recent protests have taken place in the Hong Kong International Airport public spaces and two train stations.

Although the primary fall and winter cruise season is several weeks away, a few ships are arriving in the city sooner. Those that have already arrived on schedule have not experienced any incidents.

In addition to the protests at the airport, demonstrations have Some demonstrations have occurred at Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR), the Airport Express, Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal, and on public buses.

Many cruises are booked for September, October, and into the winter months. Cruise lines will continue to monitor the situation to determine if there is any indication a change in scheduling is necessary. Travel warnings issued by both the United States and Canada admonish travelers to “exercise increased caution” when traveling to Hong Kong.

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Asia Cruises

Asia cruises are on the bucket lists of many cruise enthusiasts. For many experienced cruisers, Asia is fast becoming thought of as the new Caribbean.

The majority of Asia sailings kick off either in Hong Kong or Singapore, which are the most popular ports. You can expect to begin or end your cruise in one of these beautiful port cities.

The one-time quiet harbor port of Hong Kong has been transformed into a renowned international trade hub. Its popularity among cruisers and other travelers is due to its Confucian traditions, rich culture, and amazing Michelin-star rated restaurants.

You can take in a breath-taking panoramic view of Hong Kong from the top of Peak Tower or spend a quiet afternoon touring the old city of Lai Chi Wo and admiring the ancient temples and lovely banyan trees. Honk Kong nightlife can include a busy and popular speakeasy. The city is considered to be one of the best places to shop in the world in part due to its free port status. In 2013, Hong Kong opened a billion-dollar cruise terminal.

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