Introducing our Responsible Travel Tips & Guidelines

The ‘Cruise Asia: Responsible Travel Tips & Guidelines’ booklet is an online guide used to train staff and guides, provide our partners with useful information, and give travellers better insight on how to travel responsibly.

Responsible Travel with Cruise Asia

At Cruise Asia by Destination Asia we believe that every experience should be conducted in the most socially responsible and holistically sustainable way possible.

Sustainability Initiatives Flow via Online Training

During a time of social distancing and working from home, we take it as an opportunity to raise awareness among staff and prepare for the implementation of further sustainability initiatives in the near future

On the Ground in Komodo National Park

After officials decided that Komodo National Park must be sustainably managed by central and regional governments, we wanted to see for ourselves the current situation on the ground.

Regional Director, Alvin Materi, Remarks the Current Circumstances involving COVID-19 are Unprecedented

Just a few months ago we began ramping up our operations and preparing for the busiest and most successful cruise season we’ve ever had in Asia. Then, a respiratory virus which originated in Wuhan, China – now named COVID-19 – appeared and we find our industry in a critical situation unlike anything we’ve seen before.

Get Close to Nature on a Samui Elephant Sanctuary Experience

Get close to nature and enjoy a unique interaction with elephants on Koh Samui at the Samui Elephant Sanctuary – an ethical and sustainable tourism project that strictly promotes a no riding policy.

Introducing ‘Tastes of the Night’

In Hong Kong as well as other cities in Asia, Europe, and the United States, there are recorded imported cases, however the situation is currently under control with immigration officers implementing measures to conduct temperature screenings and health declarations upon all arrivals.

Embark on a Local Living History Tour with ‘Our Home’ Experience in Yangon

Doh Eain, which translates to “our home” in Burmese, is a multi-discipline restoration and placemaking social enterprise based in Yangon, Myanmar, specializing in preserving heritage, improving public spaces, and organising cultural and social activities that connect people to places.