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Celebrity Solstice, Celebrity Millennium sailing Asia in 2023/24

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Japan is among the destinations on Celebrity Millennium's itinerary when it begins sailing Asia in 2023
Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Solstice and Celebrity Millennium will sail Asia during the 2023/24 cruise season, offering a combination of overnight stays, new departure ports and new ports of call.

Exploration of cities, bustling nightlife and the chance to try local cuisine feature, as well as visits to beaches and temples.

‘In 2023 we are returning to some of the world's most treasured destinations within Asia…’ explained Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO, Celebrity Cruises. ‘These epic Asia itineraries allow guests to explore some of the world’s oldest civilisations and be transformed by the richness of their cultures.’

Celebrity Millennium

Departing September 2023, Celebrity Millennium will sail Japan, China, Malaysia, Thailand and the Spice Route as part of a 12-night Northeast and Southeast Asia itinerary. As well as offering new departure ports in Benoa, Bali, Indonesia and Mumbai, India the vessel will be the first Celebrity ship to call at Celukan Bawang, Bali, Indonesia and Hambantota, Sri Lanka. Familiar ports such as Lombok, Indonesia and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia also appear on the itinerary. 

Celebrity Solstice

Celebrity Solstice will also offer a 12-night itinerary, joining Celebrity Millennium in November 2023. It will offer passengers the opportunity to visit historical and cultural sites in Vietnam and Thailand departing from Hong Kong and Singapore. Passengers will also encounter vibrant nightlife in locations such as Mumbai, India, Hanoi, Vietnam and Bangkok, Thailand.

The vessel will offer a further two 17-night transpacific sailings leaving from either Honolulu or Sydney, calling New Zealand and French Polynesia, including Moorea, Tahiti, Fiji and more.  

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