Here’s How You Can Enjoy a Visa-Free Cruise to Japan and Taiwan
Star Cruises' Superstar Virgo comes back to Manila.
(SPOT.ph) After calling Manila its homeport for a few months in 2017, Star Cruises’ Superstar Virgo returns to Philippine shores on March 5 to let Filipinos experience a visa-free voyage to nearby Asian countries. The six-day cruise starts at the Manila South Harbor then to either Naha or Ishigaki in Japan, and finally to Keelung in Taiwan.
Outdoor swimming pool at the top deck
Naha, the capital city of Okinawa, is known for its shopping and dining district, Kokusai Dori. Ishigaki is a sub-tropical paradise with unspoiled beaches, coral reefs, and palm-tree forests. Keelung, located on the northeast coast of Taiwan, teems with history and culture especially since it bore witness to periods of colonial rule and aboriginal origins as a fishing port.
Acrobatic performance at the Zodiac Theater
Arcade area where you can play PS4 and Wii
Party all night at the Beat Ship
But Star Cruises proves that traveling is not only about where you’re going, but also about how you’re getting there. Superstar Virgo does this with style through its 13-storey ship filled with a wide array of restaurants, rooms and theaters for entertainment, and even an outdoor swimming pool with a 100-meter mega slide.
Superstar Virgo is a lot to take in, and you definitely won't run out of things to do aboard the ship in a span of a week.
Superstar Virgo’s cruise dates run from March 5 to May 29. Promo fares, available through advanced booking until February 28, start at U.S. $570 (approx. P28,690). For more information, visit Star Cruises’ website.