The International Cruise Port in Bali, part of the wider Bali Maritime Tourism Hub (BMTH) concept is scheduled to be finished by the middle of 2023.
Strengthening our commitment to sustainability management and delivering consistent sustainable business practices, Destination Asia and our cruise division, Cruise Asia by Destination Asia, joined the Travelife Sustainability in Tourism Scheme in 2017 to steer its practices along a more responsible path.
The completion of the Phu Quoc Cruise Terminal has been delayed. Originally scheduled to be completed in Q3 2021, the cruise terminal was meant to help this island city entice larger passenger cruise ships to call in the destination.
The Borneo Cultures Museum (BCM) in Kuching, closed since October 2017, has reopened in a 30,000sqm state-of-the-art building, and is Malaysia’s largest museum and the second largest museum in Southeast Asia.
With a vision to create a society that gives priority to environmental sustainability for the present and future generations, the Conservancy Association is a major player in safeguarding the environment and cultural heritage of Hong Kong.
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.
At Cruise Asia by Destination Asia we believe that every experience should be conducted in the most socially responsible and holistically sustainable way possible.
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