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Southeast Asia Port Planner

Southeast Asia conjures visions of verdant coastlines, rocky islands with hidden beaches set amid azure seas and captivating cities with mazelike street markets and glittering Buddhist temples. A cruise through Vietnam’s Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is like sailing through a mist-shrouded…

Southeast Asia conjures visions of verdant coastlines, rocky islands with hidden beaches set amid azure seas and captivating cities with mazelike street markets and glittering Buddhist temples. A cruise through Vietnam’s Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is like sailing through a mist-shrouded fantasyland, where some 2,000 limestone spires jut above the sea, and the country’s French colonial past lives on in Hanoi, at Ba Dinh Square and the 36 Streets. Bangkok, Thailand’s vibrant capital, hums with activity 24 hours a day, from early-morning worshippers and commuters to its night markets, where vendors sell spicy curries fragrant with coconut and sizzling satay. Visitors can hop a longtail boat and cruise past floating markets along the Chao Phraya river and the city’s canals, while the Grand Palace is one of the continent’s wonders. The massive complex is home to royal residences, government buildings and gold-spired temples, including the storied Temple of the Emerald Buddha.Where Bangkok and Hanoi have an exciting edge of activity and grit, the island of Singapore is an immaculate multicultural economic hub. A tour of the city-state may include the alleys of Chinatown, the ornate Sri Mariamman Temple, the British colonial architecture of Old Singapore and the perfume shops and the Sultan Mosque in the Arab Quarter. These destinations are only the beginning of a long list of sights and experiences that can be found in Southeast Asia. The temples of Cambodia, the beaches of Phuket, the atmospheric streets of Rangoon and much more are waiting.

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