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Discover the allure of unique culture and history on an asia cruise.

Home to some of the world's oldest civilizations, Asia is a harmony of countless cultures and histories, frenetic cities, tranquil landscapes, and mesmerizing temples and shrines. A Princess® cruise to Asia is not just a journey from one exciting port to another, it's an invitation to explore some of the world's most remarkable destinations on one unforgettable vacation. Cruise over Tokyo's famed Hakone National Park in a gondola, discover Hong Kong's vibrant nightlife, or cruise along Singapore's scenic river with stops at two of the city's oldest temples. Let Princess whisk you away to some of the world’s most intriguing destinations on an Asia cruise.

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Fisherman fishing in southeast Asia as seen from an Asia cruise

Experience a world of enchanting islands with spellbinding names and beaches like Shek O Beach, Big Wave Bay, and Chung Hom Kok Beach; where you can soothe your soul, bask in the sunshine and wiggle your toes in golden sand. Explore cities like Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) – thriving, vibrant and innovative cities of commerce rooted in culture where the finest restaurants, boutiques, temples, and designer malls lay beneath 21st century skyscrapers.

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Shimabara Castle in Nagasaki as seen from a Japan Cruise

Japan Cruises

Stretching out over 1,860 miles, the Japanese archipelago is a place of beauty, mystery and history with cities as diverse as its landscape. Marvel at the exhilarating sights and sounds of Tokyo. From its intricate architecture to its beautifully maintained gardens, shrines and temples, Tokyo consistently delights and inspires. Walk in the footsteps of the samurai in Akita's well-preserved Kakunodate Samurai District.Soak up the awe-inspiring vistas of Otaru's mountainous Shakotan Peninsula and join in Akita's enchanting Kakunodate Cherry Blossom Festival.

Akihibara District in Tokyo, Japan is an Asia Cruise port

Asia Cruise Departure Ports

Sailings from the ports of Singapore, Tokyo, Kobe and Hong Kong offer an easy and convenient way to discover Asia's stunning landmarks, explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and meet friendly villagers and city dwellers. From Taiwan’s hallowed temples and Tokyo's dizzying collection of skyscrapers, to 3rd century Ikuta Shrine in Kobe, a world of life-enriching adventures awaits.

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Freshly prepared Japanese cuisine at Kai Sushi

Asia Cruise Food & Beverage

When it comes to dining on board, you get to experience both delicious regional dishes to try and familiar favorites you'll love. Sip and savor local delicacies, such as fresh sushi, a variety of authentic noodles and fine Japanese whiskeys.

Our cuisine is prepared from scratch, using regionally sourced ingredients — from the stocks that make up the soups and sauces in the main dining room, to fresh sashimi at Kai Sushi, Tako Sunomono (mirin-marinated octopus, wakame and sliced cucumber), the delicious desserts, and hand-tossed pizza named “Best Pizza at Sea” by USA TODAY . You'll be able to taste the freshness and care that goes into every dish.

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Asia Cruise Activities

Day or night, there are plenty of opportunities to discover unique experiences that provide you with a new perspective on the region. On select Princess® cruises, your immersion in Asia continues on board with a mix of Western and Asian entertainment, astounding Magic Illusion shows, and visually impactful guest entertainers and production shows. †

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A Symphony of Lights light and sound show in Hong Kong

Asia Cruise Excursions

Whether you prefer your activities fast and furious or slow and steady, Princess® offers a vast array of award-winning excursions that provide unique experiences you'll never forget. Take a ride on an aerial ropeway up the sacred and snow-capped Mount Fuji, or journey to Jade Emperor Pagoda, one of Ho Chi Minh City's most atmospheric temples.

With our More Ashore program, select destinations include a host of late night departures and overnight adventures so you'll have even more opportunities to experience the colors, cultures and flavors of the region. In Hong Kong, take in the “Symphony of Light” multimedia spectacle that lights up the night, or learn the art of Vietnamese cuisine with a cooking and food decorating class in Ho Chi Minh City.

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Asia Cruisetours

Princess Cruisetours offer the ultimate adventure, combining a cruise with a multiple-night land tour. Enjoy ample time exploring such iconic sights as Tokyo's Mount Fuji or Kyoto's stunning castles.

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Singapore has four official languages and even more ethnicities that have influenced its culture. Discover the city's Muslim heritage at Sultan Mosque along Arab Street and its Chinese character (and food!) in Chinatown. Little India is the heart of the city's Tamil Indian community, while Kampong Glam is the epicenter of Malay-speaking Singapore.

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Singapore's tropical landscape is as diverse as its culture. The Singapore Botanic Garden (and adjoining Orchid Garden) approach horticulture from a more traditional perspective, while the spacey Supertrees of Gardens by the Bay would seem more at home in "Avatar" than an issue of "Better Homes and Gardens."

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Head to the rooftop of the massive Marina Bay Sands to enjoy a panorama of the Singapore skyline, which is also beautiful as seen from the city's symbolic Merlion statue on the other side of the bay. Or visit a more inward-looking Singapore icon when you order an original Singapore Sling cocktail at the Long Bar of the Raffles Hotel.

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The best way to get a cross-section of Singaporean cuisine is to visit its street vendors, or hawkers, in hubs like Tiong Bahru. Jump onboard a Singapore cruise to try Cantonese-derived wantan mee noodles, with dumplings and yellow egg noodles topped with slices of char siu pork. Snack on chai tow kway , also called carrot cake, even though it's made from rice flour and daikon radish fried with eggs in pork fat.

Colorful variety of chopsticks in a small shop in Chinatown, Singapore

Singapore is a shopper's paradise, whether you stick to the high-end boutiques of Orchard Road or the local shops throughout the city. One way to guarantee a special souvenir during your Singapore cruise vacation is to shop in the city's ethnic neighborhoods: Seek out chopsticks and lacquerware in Chinatown or incense and South India dolls in Little India.

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Asia Cruises

The range of spectacular destinations to discover when cruising across Asia make for an unforgettable cruise holiday .

From vibrant, cosmopolitan cities, bustling with life and intrigue to ancient, historic sites surrounded in mystery, your Asia cruise will be filled with wonder and the profound beauty of the natural landscapes enveloping these cultures will creating lasting memories for years to come.

A cruise in Asia will be full of contrasts. It hosts some of the most forward-thinking, technologically advanced cities in the world, such as Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong, but venture a little away from the sleek, streamline skyscrapers and you will discover idyllic beaches with crystal clear oceans and hiking trails through lush, green mountains. The culturally curious will be in their element; revered temples and sacred mosques, ancient shines and historical sites are compelling in their history.

With so much to experience within the continent, a cruise across Asia offers the perfect travelling solution for visiting all the highlights of the area, enabling you to travel in luxury, relaxing whilst onboard your Asia cruise and feel reenergised for your next destination.

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Top tip for your cruise to Asia

Prepare for the contrast in temperatures. Although cruising across Asia throughout most of the year you will find outdoor temperatures to often top 30 °C, air conditioning inside is cold. Bring a layer or two to wear when visiting inside shopping malls, restaurants and tourist attractions.

Top Asian cruise harbours

When you arrive at Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, you will get a preview of what this amazing city has to offer. Colourful, full of life and with breath-taking scenery from the moment you arrive, the harbour acts as a gateway, inspiring you to explore the city further.

See Hong Kong from its highest and most picturesque vantage point at Victoria Peak. Take the tram up the steep 1,300 feet climb and save your energy for the Peak Circle Walk at the top, allowing you to appreciate Hong Kong from every angle.

A visit to the Tian Tan Buddha, or ‘Big Buddha’ is another rise above the city that provides spectacular views from the glass-bottomed cable car ride up and as Hong Kong’s most iconic attraction, it is one not to miss. --> Hong Kong cruises

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Hong Kong has more skyscrapers than New York City. In fact, it has more than anywhere else in the world, at 353 of these towering buildings with more than 40 floors.

The Port of Tokyo (Yokohama) provides the welcome to a capital city dazzling with the neon lights of modern, chic shopping, bustling street food traders and ultra, high-tech attractions. This is the city that never sleeps in the East.

Dine at the astonishing, 10-billion-yen worth, Robot Restaurant. This unique and crazy experience is robot entertainment on a new technological level.

For those seeking a quieter pace of life, Tokyo is steeped in history and its thousands of Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples offer more contemplative, tranquil, yet equally spectacular places to explore.

If time allows, step outside the city boundaries and soak up the overwhelming beauty of the Japanese natural landscape. Standing at 3,776 metres, as Japan’s highest mountain, Mount Fuji and its surrounding Fuji Fives Lakes are simply stunning.

The Tokyo Tower, built on the model of the Eiffel Tower, stands 13 metres taller than its inspiration, but is only half the weight, due to advances in steel technology. --> Tokyo cruises

If you are searching for a clean, cutting-edge city that is continually reinventing and pushing the boundaries to amaze its visitors, then Singapore is your destination. Culture meets technology and action meets creativity, delivering new experiences every day.

Its modern, well-equipped infrastructure allows easy travel around the city; perfect if you are short on time.

Visit Gardens by The Bay, where futuristic design is used at its most effective to create 101 hectares of horticultural delight. Waterfall cascades, giant cacti and 18 Supertrees create an extensive garden that can only be likened to a movie set.

Marina Bay Sands Hotel has gained worldwide notoriety. Walk along the waterfront here to appreciate the elegant city skyline any time of day. --> Singapur cruises

A trip to Singapore’s Night Safari is a unique and eerie opportunity to come face to face with 120 species of nocturnal wildlife and fragrant jungle foliage.

When is the best time to go on an Asia cruise?

Climate and weather patterns can vary quite significantly, even within the same country in Asia, so it is useful to know what to expect, so you can plan accordingly.

Brief guide of the three main ports in our Asia cruise.

Best time to visit hong kong.

As a subtropical location, the best time to visit Hong Kong is either in the Spring (March -April) or Autumn (October – November). Temperatures are moderate, usually around the mid-20°C, sunshine is common and evenings are cool. July and August can get hot and humid and there is the potential for typhoons, however this does encourage great travel and shopping discounts.

Best time to visit Tokyo

The weather is Tokyo mirrors the UK to a large extend, making Spring (March-May) and autumn (September to November) comfortable times to be out and about, exploring. Travelling in May is beautiful, as the parks and gardens are all in bloom.

Best time to visit Singapore

Being closer to the equator, the temperatures in Singapore remain quite consistent; between 30-33°C. The rainy season is between November and December. However, from June to August, it can get humid, so there is the potential for flash thunderstorms. At any time of year, it’s best to get up early and enjoy the cooler temperatures for sightseeing and also to avoid the crowds.

During peak tourist season, top attractions in the cities can get busy. Book in advance or go early to ensure that you can maximise your time in each location.

Top sights in Asia

Asia’s variety of incredible landscapes, fascinating cultures and ancient historical sites is so extensive that the possibilities for adventure are endless. We’ve picked out our three favourite sights, within close vicinity to our top three harbours.

High Island Reservoir East Dam

The spectacular sight of the largest reservoir in Hong Kong makes High Island Reservoir East Dam well worth a visit. It is situated at the most accessible part of the Hong Kong Global Geopark and features hexagonal volcanic rock columns, formed over 140 million years ago, alongside thousands of dolosse blocks (huge cement barriers shaped like jacks) placed along the coast to break the sea waves; a truly surreal and unique sight.

Sensoji, Asakusa

Sensoji, Asakusa is Tokyo’s oldest Buddhist temple, built in 628. It’s colourful, five-storied pagoda and 200m long, historic shopping street, selling souvenirs and traditional Japanese snacks, attracts many tourists and is host to several large-scale festivals throughout the year.

Raffles Hotel

Enjoy a Singapore Sling in the place where it was created: Raffle Bar in the Raffles Hotel. This hotel has become iconic in Singapore with its colonial history dating back to 1887. Its list of celebrity guests includes Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson and even Queen Elizabeth II. Aside from its magnificent 103 suites and 18 restaurants, it has an arcade of over 40 designer boutiques and stores; heaven for the shopaholic.

For every 10 people alive in the world, 6 of them live in Asia!

Regional Asian dishes

If you love exciting, varied cuisine, bursting with flavour, then Asia will not disappoint. Although Asian food has become increasingly popular in the U.K., tasting the dishes prepared at their origin takes the experience to a whole new level.

Try the unique flavour of Ramen, a Japanese wheat noodle bowl in a Miso broth. Often garnished with egg, pork, seaweed or onion, the dish is strong in flavour, healthy and filling.

Travel to Hong Kong and you must try Dim Sum. Translated as ‘touch the heart’, Dim Sum is not a singular dish, but more a style of food, being a variety of bite-sized dishes. Think Asian style tapas. Hong Kong is famous for its variety of Dim Sum, so here is the place to sample the best.

For a traditional taste of Singaporean cuisine, Bak Kut The, or Pork Ribs Soup, is the dish to order. Simple and humble, this dish consists of a pork broth, spiced with mild herbs, such as star anise and is often thought to be a tonic to reenergise workers.

Fascinating Facts about Asia

Despite Hong Kong’s reputation for high rise skyscrapers, hiking is one of the nation’s favourite pastimes with 40% of its territory is made of country parks and nature reserves.

Hong Kong has the world’s longest covered escalator. Running for 800m, lined with shops and restaurants, the Central–Mid-Levels Escalator was featured as one of the ‘coolest commutes’ by CNN in 2015.

Japan has the greatest density of vending machines in the world, with one on nearly every street corner. These are reported to total around 5.5 million vending machines across the country, which sell everything form hot coffee to umbrellas and fresh eggs!

Cherry blossoms (sakura) are Japan's national flower. Their colourful bloom can be enjoyed at varying times of the year from January to late May, depending where you are in the country.

Singapore is one of only three city states in the world; the others being Monaco and the Vatican City. This is where a singular city and its dependent territories is politically independent and makes up an entire nation.

If you come across a $1,000 note in Singapore, have a look more closely. On the back you will find the full national anthem, written in microtext.

Top Travelling Tip for cruises to Asia

Research local laws and customs when visiting each country in Asia. For example, there are certain places where photography is not welcome, dress should be more conservative or specific gestures may cause offence.

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Asia Cruises

During your cruise to Asia, you’ll walk in the footsteps of emperors as you explore the palaces and temples they commissioned, and marvel at engineering feats from grand canals to immense fortifications. When you visit some of the world's most exciting cities, you’ll be quickly and joyfully immersed in the buzz of cosmopolitan energy. Sample amazing new flavors in the street markets of Bangkok, trace the vestiges of colonial Britain among the modern shopping lanes of Hong Kong and stroll the serene, otherworldly gardens of Kyoto. Whichever ports you visit on your cruise to Asia, you’ll never cease to be enchanted by the fascinating histories, cultures and landscapes you encounter across this vast continent.   

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Sunset scenery in Sriracha, Chonburi, Thailand

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Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

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A study in contrasts, Asia balances ancient glory and leading-edge innovation in a region that encompasses a rich mélange of cultures. Take a closer look at cosmopolitan  Hong Kong , including the city’s must-see museums, parks and cultural centers. Explore Edo-era architectural treasures in  Tokyo . Discover China’s iconic Terra Cotta Warriors, a day trip from  Shanghai . Learn what breathtaking sights await on a cruise of  Vietnam ’s  Halong Harbor. And get a preview of  I ndonesia ’s Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Cruise to Asia and Immerse Yourself in the Mystique, Beauty and Timeless Cultures

The energy of Tokyo. Tiny villages in Indonesia where time has stood still. Futuristic, otherworldly skyscrapers in Dubai that pierce the skies. The excitement and mystery of Asia beckon the culturally curious and those hungry for adventure. Ride an elephant, browse a bazaar or meditate at an ancient temple. Unpack once, explore the other side of the world, and create memories for a lifetime on your Asia cruise .

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Exploring Japan has never been easier. With a wide variety of itineraries, our Cruises to Japan give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the culture and beauty of the Land of the Rising Sun. Our shorter Highlights of Japan itineraries are packed with must-see ports such as Kyoto and Beppu. Looking for a longer adventure? Our Immersive Japan cruises will take you from the snowy peaks of Mt. Fuji to the unbelievable beaches of Ishigaki Island.

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Uncover temples and palaces tucked into Cambodia's untouched landscapes. Be inspired by futuristic skyscrapers piercing the clouds as you cruise to Singapore. Catch a glimpse of the revered Emerald Buddha in the Grand Palace of Bangkok. The excitement and mystery of the region beckon, and everlasting experiences await - all whilst enjoying the comforts and flexibility of cruising with Norwegian.

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Putrajaya – The Intelligent Garden City

Some of the sights you’ll see are Perdana Putra, the Prime Minister's Office Complex, Putra Mosque with its rose-tinted granite, the unique twin-deck Putra Bridge and Putra Square....

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Highlights of Hiroshima

View the landmarks of Hiroshima, some commemorating the atomic bomb blast here in 1945 and others reflecting the city’s celebration of peace....

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Meijimura Museum & Inuyama Castle

Delve into the history of the surrounding Aichi Prefecture by browsing an open-air museum and a 16th-century castle that is remarkably intact. ...

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Charms Of Old Manila

Manila's tumultuous past comes alive on this exploration of its most historic sites, many of them contained within Intramuros, the city's original 16th-century district. ...



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Hilton Dubai Al Habtoor City

In a high-rise building overlooking Dubai Water Canal, this upmarket hotel is 6 km from Jumeirah Beach Park on the Gulf, and 17 km from Dubai International Airport.

Featuring free-standing baths, the chic rooms come with minibars, complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screens. Club level rooms add tea and coffeemaking equipment, plus access to a private lounge serving snacks and drinks. Suites provide sitting areas or separate living rooms.

Featuring free-standing baths, the chic rooms come with minibars, complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screens. Club level rooms add tea and coffeemaking equipment, plus access to a private lounge serving snacks and drinks. Suites provide sitting areas or separate living rooms. Upgraded suites offer dining rooms and/or game rooms; some have 2 bedrooms.

There are 6 restaurants, as well as a glam bar. Other amenities include a tranquil spa, a 24-hour gym and a yoga studio, plus 4 outdoor pools.

Phone: +971 4 437 3333

Distance/Airport: 10.5 miles Distance/Pier: 10 miles

Important Note: Accommodations are based on double occupancy per room. Some accommodation will allow triple and quad guests in a room and are subject to availability and surcharge will apply. Additional hotel rooms to accommodate triple and quads may be required, and surcharge will apply.

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Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Set in the heart of vibrant capital city centre, Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre offers guests the best of the city's attractions, entertainment and business hub. Public transport is also easily accessible, with buses and trains right at the hotel's doorstep. The hotel is a short walk from Raja Chulan Monorail station and opposite the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur luxury mall.

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  • Distance/Airport: Capetown International Airport (CPT) – 21.73 km/ 13.5 miles
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Important Note: Accommodations are based on double occupancy per room. Some accommodations will allow triple and quad guests in a room and are subject to availability and a surcharge will apply. Additional hotel rooms to accommodate triple and quads may be required, and a surcharge will apply.

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The Manila Hotel

The historical Manila Hotel may be the oldest in Manila City as it's been around since 1912, but this 5-star hotel doesn't go out of style. The hotel has an ideal location for sightseeing, top-notch amenities, and highly-rated customer service making it a perfect home away from home when visiting Manila.

  • Telephone: 63 2 8527 0011
  • Distance/Airport: Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) – 11.27 km/ 7 miles
  • Distance/Pier: 5.63 km/ 3.5 miles

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Taipei Marriott Hotel

An 11-minute walk from Jiannan Road subway station, this upscale hotel is 7 km/ 4.35 miles from both the National Palace Museum and the landmark Taipei 101 skyscraper.

Airy rooms with chic decor and city views feature flat-screen TVs, desks, and sitting areas, plus minibars and complimentary Wi-Fi. Room service is available 24/7.

There are 4 restaurants, including a stylish 20th-floor grill and an international eatery with a terrace, as well as a lobby bar.

There are 4 restaurants, including a stylish 20th-floor grill and an international eatery with a terrace, as well as a lobby bar. There's also a spa, a gym and a sauna, plus a rooftop heated outdoor pool. Conference facilities are offered.

  • Telephone: 886 2 8502 9999
  • Distance/Airport: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) – 45.06 km/ 28 miles
  • Distance/Pier: 20.92 km/ 13 miles

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Centara Grand at Central World

This polished high-rise hotel is 7 minutes' walk from Siam subway station and 6 km from the Grand Palace and Wat Pho temple.

The modern rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minibars, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Suites add mezzanines, separate living rooms, DVD players and minifridges.

There are 4 restaurants and 4 bars, including a refined Spanish restaurant with an open-air raw bar, a buffet eatery with show cooking, and a vibrant rooftop champagne bar with panoramic city views.

There are 4 restaurants and 4 bars, including a refined Spanish restaurant with an open-air raw bar, a buffet eatery with show cooking, and a vibrant rooftop champagne bar with panoramic city views. There's a spa, a tennis court and a gym, along with an outdoor pool with a sundeck and city views.

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SINGAPORE — Singapore's two cruise terminals will be consolidated in the coming years, with the cruise centre in HarbourFront set to move, so that a continuous promenade can be established as part of the Greater Southern Waterfront.

Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) chief executive Lim Eng Hwee described the terminals' forthcoming consolidation as a "small move" that will make a huge difference and allow the authorities to "stitch up the entire waterfront" from Labrador Nature Park through to the Keppel-Tanjong Pagar area, Marina Bay and the future Long Island.

Three city port terminals near the cruise centre in HarbourFront — Tanjong Pagar, Keppel and Brani — will move to Tuas by 2027, as previously announced.

The Republic's other cruise centre — Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore, which opened in 2012 — is located in Marina South, and was reported in 2018 to be under consideration for expansion.

"With the port moving, there's a lot of infrastructural work that needs to be done — some reclamation, and the cruise hub will be formed as part of that," Lim said.

"And when all the infrastructure is done, we will progressively build up the area."

Lim was speaking to The Straits Times in an interview tied to URA's 50th anniversary. He touched on topics such as meeting Singapore's current and future development needs, and changes in planning approaches over time.

Plans for the cruise terminals, he said, are just one example of infrastructure consolidation that the authorities have pursued in recent years to free up land for other uses.

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Lim said that over the past three to four decades, the authorities have recognised the importance of flexibility and to "always have the ability to make big changes, in the event that there's a big driving force that changes the way we live, work and play".

Land "with a big footprint" is needed in such situations, said Lim, as this gives planners the ability to make major moves such as restructuring the city and towns.

He referred to these tracts of land as "option areas", explaining that they are "large areas where we have some idea what it can be used for — so infrastructure-wise we have catered for them — but the uses are not ingrained, it is not fixed, there are a few options and scenarios that we can turn the area into".

Among such areas that Lim cited are existing military training grounds, Changi East — which he noted has potential for further reclamation, and Paya Lebar Air Base (PLAB), which will be relocated in the 2030s.

Lim, 58, who joined URA in 1990 and was its chief planner from 2009 to 2017, said the decision to move PLAB was very difficult to make, due to the importance of security and the challenge of moving an airbase.

"It took us 10 years of internal discussion before the Government took the decision that yes, we are prepared to consolidate the footprint of our aviation needs, and our air force's needs, into some of the existing areas."

Like the planned consolidation of Singapore's cruise terminals and port services, PLAB's move will improve future connectivity.

"Without the airbase that dissects the east to the north-east, you can now string things together - the transportation network will be very much enhanced," said Lim, who added that this will improve the connectivity between Singapore's east and west.

He also said the removal of the airbase — which frees up 800ha of space — will allow planners to explore optimising the land around it, as height constraints on developments will be lifted.

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Necessity of large-scale redevelopment projects

Asked why there is a need to build large-scale housing developments in areas such as PLAB and the turf clubs in Bukit Timah and Kranji, given Singapore's declining birth rate, Lim said housing needs have shifted over time, "partly driven by increase in population, but a lot more driven by change in lifestyles".

The resident population in 1990 was 2,735,868. This grew by 51.6 per cent over two decades to 4,149,253 in 2023.

Pointing to the gradual reduction in size of Singapore's households over time, Lim noted that the average household size among its resident population — Singaporeans and permanent residents — in 1990 was 4.25, compared with 3.11 in 2023.

The desire of many singles to move out and live alone — a point gleaned from engagement for URA's recent long-term plan review — is one of the driving forces that will continue to spur the need for development, Lim said.

To meet such needs, land-scarce Singapore has historically relied on reclamation — about a quarter of the country's 735 sq km of land is reclaimed.

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Asked about the country's reclamation limits, Lim said: "There is still some potential to grow, but it's quite limited."

He noted that there are many competing uses within Singapore's waters that make reclamation decisions "not so straightforward".

"Singapore is a small dot in this world. The ability to be connected to the world by air and by sea is very critical," he said, adding that a large part of the sea space is needed for maritime purposes, so that Singapore continues to maintain sea links with the world.

Navigational channels will need to remain open as an international obligation, said Lim, while anchorages have to be open as well to support port operations.

At present, he said, the Long Island project for the East Coast area is expected to take up about 10 sq km of sea space, and the authorities are studying how to minimise the impact this will have on maritime needs.

He added that sea space also has to be set aside for aquaculture to meet food resilience goals, and for recreational opportunities for Singaporeans.

Changes to planning through the years

Reflecting on changes in planning processes over the years, Lim said planning is now a lot more science-based.

"In the past a lot was based on theories, based on intuition, based on 'good sense'," he said, adding that a key difference is planners now have access to data, which helps them better understand how people live.

For instance, he said, transport data tells planners traffic patterns "almost live", allowing them to discern where people live and work, as well as the mode of transport they take.

Such information informs the planning of transport infrastructure, he said, adding that planners now know which locations are "most accessible" across the island and have opportunities to set up job nodes at these locations, beyond regional centres such as Tampines, Jurong and Woodlands.

More will be shared at an exhibition on decentralisation that URA will hold later in 2024, as part of its engagement for the upcoming draft masterplan that will be launched in 2025.

Lim cited the exhibition, as well as others such as an ongoing roving exhibition on recreational amenities, as examples of how planning has become more consultative.

"We don't finish cooking a plan, show it to the public, hopefully to get support and to take in some feedback," he said.

"We involve people a lot more in this exercise, from understanding the needs, to sharing some of the initial concepts and thinking early, so that we can take in input and then showcase the plans as we progress, rather than just at the final exhibition."

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As the URA moves beyond its golden jubilee, Lim said its "redevelopment" mandate — enshrined in the agency's name — and its responsibility for recycling land in Singapore, will continue to be relevant.

"We have to constantly find new ways of making our city attractive and meeting needs. Over time, there will be redevelopment and recycling of land — rebuilding brownfield sites — instead of just opening up new greenfield sites whenever there is a need."

Looking ahead to projects such as the Greater Southern Waterfront and the Long Island, Lim said these represent "a whole new Singapore that future planners will have a lot of fun reimagining".

Citing the authorities' "long-term thinking to steward our resources", Lim said he is upbeat about Singapore's future.

"We have flexibility built in at all levels," he said, adding that "there is enough room" to meet Singaporeans' needs, which the authorities will continue to take on board through engagement.

"I'm optimistic that we will keep Singapore continuously attractive, but we need to constantly be on the lookout for what else might make sense for us, and learn from other people as well."

Editor's Note: This article has been edited, following a clarification from the Urban Redevelopment Authority and the Singapore Tourism Board, to make it clearer that the consolidation of the two cruise terminals refers to the facilities at HarbourFront and Marina South, not the operations of the Singapore Cruise Centre and the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore.

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Singapore’s two cruise terminals will be consolidated in the coming years, with a move planned for the long-established Singapore Cruise Centre so as to make way for the Greater Southern Waterfront development.

Singapore’s other cruise terminal is the Marina Bay Cruise Centre, which opened in 2012 to service the new generation of larger and taller cruise ships.

According to a report by national broadsheet, The Straits Times , with information from Urban Redevelopment Authority’s chief executive Lim Eng Hwee, the port move would come with “a lot of infrastructural work”, including land reclamation from the sea, and would result in a larger cruise hub.

Lim explained that the “small move” would allow urban development authorities to “stitch up the entire waterfront” which stretches from Labrador Nature Park through to the future Long Island project off the East Coast, cutting through Keppel-Tanjong Pagar and the Marina Bay areas.

The Long Island project is expected to create space for new homes, various amenities, and a new reservoir. The public has been encouraged to share use ideas for the project, which will take decades to come to fruition.

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Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Lawrence Wong is sworn in as Singapore's fourth Prime Minister

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Singapore’s Riches Grew Under Its Leader. So Did Discontent.

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who is stepping down after nearly 20 years, oversaw astounding successes, but some Singaporeans want a different kind of politics.

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By Sui-Lee Wee

Reporting from Singapore

Singapore was once known as an affluent and strait-laced city-state. Today, it’s a glitzy international destination. It has hosted Taylor Swift concerts and Formula One night races. And it is substantially richer, per capita, than the United States.

That transformation happened under Lee Hsien Loong, the Southeast Asian country’s third prime minister. He made Singapore even more prosperous by largely following the semi-authoritarian and free-market model pioneered by his father, Lee Kuan Yew , the country’s first leader.

On Wednesday, Singapore gets a new leader for the first time in nearly 20 years. Mr. Lee, 72, is handing the office to his deputy, Lawrence Wong, 51. Their People’s Action Party has governed Singapore continuously for over six decades, and has had astounding successes. But there are concerns that the vaunted “Singapore model” is failing more and more people.

Singapore is one of the most expensive cities in the world, but it does not have a minimum wage. Housing prices have surged, and many Singaporeans say social mobility has dropped considerably. Others complain that freedom of expression is still tightly controlled, if less so than before. The strains are exacerbated by the need for overseas workers; about 40 percent of Singapore’s nearly six million people are not citizens.

Compared to his famously strict father, Mr. Lee showed flexibility and responsiveness to the public’s demands, but the P.A.P.’s popularity took a significant hit during his tenure. Nonetheless it remains, for now, firmly ensconced in power.

Mr. Wong has tried to project an everyman image: He was raised in public housing, did not attend the same elite schools as his predecessors, and loves playing the guitar. Mr. Lee will stay on as “senior minister,” as his father did after stepping down in 1990. Mr. Lee has said that his children are not interested in entering politics.

Earlier this month, Mr. Lee gave his last major address to the nation at an icon of the new Singapore, the Marina Bay Sands casino resort.

“When I was sworn in as P.M., I promised to build a more inclusive Singapore: one where it is not every man for himself, but everyone working together to make things better for all of us,” he said.

A few hours later, a scene unfolded nearby that would have been unimaginable a few decades earlier. Hundreds had gathered for a rally at Speakers’ Corner, the one place in the city-state where Singaporeans can protest without a permit. Among them were delivery workers, bus drivers and health care workers, and many wore fluorescent yellow safety vests, evoking a French anti-government movement .

Addressing the crowd, Kokila Annamalai, an activist, said the P.A.P.-led government had built systems that “have always protected the wealthy, not the working class.” Singapore, she added, is “a playground for the rich while the poor are squeezed into tiny rental flats.”

The P.A.P. is one of the world’s most dominant political parties. Its ministers are paid high salaries, which the party says prevents corruption. It transformed Singapore from a backwater swamp into a first-world nation and a key cog in global maritime trade. Gross domestic product is about $83,000 per capita, compared with roughly $76,000 in the United States. The city-state, a major financial hub, deftly managed the coronavirus pandemic and rising tensions between the United States and China.

But discontent has been growing. In the 2020 election, the P.A.P.’s share of the popular vote reached a near-record low of 61 percent, and the opposition won a record 10 seats in Parliament, out of 93 that were up for grabs.

Choo Yi Hung, 30, has never voted for Mr. Lee’s party. Two years after graduating from college with a degree in English language and linguistics, he delivers food and tutors students, making about $2,400 per month. He still lives with his parents; he would like his own apartment, but that is out of reach. He can’t buy a public housing flat from the government until he gets married or turns 35. Not that he can afford one.

Mr. Choo contrasts his predicament with that of his grandmother, who raised five children in the 1960s as an uneducated widow. Her descendants now have lifestyles that he described as “comfortably middle class,” with some owning condominiums and cars.

“I guess a lot of people will say: ‘Yeah, you grew up in a more developed country, a wealthier country,’” Mr. Choo said. “But I would argue that the opportunities for social mobility are far, far less.”

Mr. Lee once said that a two-party political system was “not workable” in Singapore. But in 2020, he formally established the position of opposition leader in Parliament and made concessions that allowed the opposition bloc to control 12 seats, more than the 10 it had won.

“He knew that if he wanted to maintain P.A.P.’s dominance — which I think he has largely done — he had to manage the pace of change,” said Eugene Tan, an associate professor of law at Singapore Management University.

On the social front, perhaps the most sweeping change that Mr. Lee made was repealing a colonial-era law that banned consensual sex between men.

“At least there’s a sense of ‘We can do this now,’ and that ultimately we are not criminals anymore,” said Leow Yangfa, the executive director of Oogachaga, an L.G.B.T.Q. rights group.

But Mr. Lee also moved to cement the definition of marriage as a heterosexual concept. Public discussion of race and religion remains tightly controlled, and rights groups say the government is still combative with its critics. In 2021, Singapore’s High Court ordered a blogger to pay Mr. Lee about $100,000 for defamation . (The New York Times Company apologized and paid fines in 2010 and in the mid-1990s to settle libel claims brought by Singaporean officials over opinion articles.)

Critics say the government has weaponized a law it says was designed to combat fake news.

“You never know when or what you’re going to say is going to run afoul of the authorities,” said Joel Tan, a playwright and podcaster.

In a statement, the Singapore government said it had increased engagement with the public. It also laid out its philosophy on free speech.

“Freedom of expression is an important part of Singapore’s constitution, but it does not confer on Singaporeans an unqualified right,” the statement said. “In situations where it affects the safety and security of people in Singapore, and the peace and harmony that Singapore enjoys, the government does and will intervene.”

For some, Mr. Wong’s appointment is encouraging.

“We don’t have a Lee anymore, but we also have a nontraditional type of leader,” said Sudhir Thomas Vadaketh, the editor in chief of Jom, an independent online magazine about Singapore. “I do like that.”

In recent years, Mr. Lee had to contend with a public feud with his siblings and a series of scandals within the P.A.P . that sullied the squeaky-clean image the party projects. But he leaves office as a popular leader.

Zoe Tan recalled seeing Mr. Lee mingling with residents in Teck Ghee, a district in northern Singapore. “He’ll walk the market and is very humble,” Ms. Tan said. “He will take pictures with us.”

On two separate occasions, Ms. Tan said, she emailed the prime minister to ask for a grace period for housing payments. Both times, his office made quick arrangements to help her.

“I feel very sad Lee Hsien Loong is going to retire, I thought he was going to continue forever,” said Ms. Tan, who now works for Singapore’s Community Development Council.

In his speech at Marina Bay Sands, Mr. Lee suggested that political change could threaten Singapore’s prosperity.

“The system does not have to fail outright for Singapore to get into trouble,” he said. “If our politics becomes like other countries, we will end up worse than other countries.”

Sui-Lee Wee is the Southeast Asia bureau chief for The Times, overseeing coverage of 11 countries in the region. More about Sui-Lee Wee


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