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Azamara Quest Cruise Ship Calls at Puerto Princesa

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The 11-deck, 694-guest Azamara Quest cruise ship has called at the port of Puerto Princesa in the Philippines for the first time.

 The ship is on a 16-night voyage starting from Bali which features an overnight stay in Manila, and calls at other Asian destinations namely Komodo, Sandakan, Hualien, Naha and ending in Osaka with a double overnight.

Ms Marilen Sandejas-Yaptangco, Royal Caribbean International’s Representative in the Philippines said, “Puerto Princesa is rising in popularity among tourists in recent years and we are proud to add it to Azamara Quest’ Asian itineraries. This will give our international guests more ways to discover this country. Our successful call today is also the result of the strong support of the local government which marks a positive step in cruise development for the country.”

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park with its unspoiled natural beauty is one of top sightseeing sights in Puerto Princesa. It has one of the most impressive caves systems in the world and contains an 8.2 km long underground river that flows directly into the South China Sea. No trip to Puerto Princesa would be complete either without a visit to the indigenous Batak tribe or island hopping at the famous Honda Bay.

After this sailing, Azamara Quest will be sailing a 16-night voyage from Osaka to Singapore, following which the ship will reposition from Asia to Europe in April.

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