Norwegian Jade joined the Norwegian Cruise Line's fleet in 2006. From the moment you step onboard you have the freedom to do whatever you please - from the Freestyle Dining concept in more than 15 restaurants to the impressive variety of family-friendly entertainment. Choose a contemporary stateroom or enjoy the ultimate comfort of a butler and concierge service in one of the exclusive Garden Villas in The Haven.
Spend your days relaxing on the pool deck or unwind in one of the four hot tubs. Put yourself in a tranquil mood with a hot stone massage in Mandara Spa, or lose yourself in a book in the library. Head for a workout in the fitness centre or shoot a few hoops on the sports court. Indulge in retail therapy at the Galleria Boutiques or keep in touch at the Internet cafe. Children can enjoy fun and games at the Splash Academy and Sapphire Kid's Pool; while teenagers can hang out at Wipe Out Teen's Club and the video arcade.
Alizar and Grand Pacific are the ship's main dining rooms, serving daily-changing menus, Chef's signature dishes, and a varied wine list. Garden Cafe presents a wide choice of traditional buffet-style meals and a kid's only area. Tuck into freshly grilled chicken and burgers in Bali Hai Bar & Grill or dine round-the-clock in the family-friendly Blue Lagoon food court. Made-to-order omelettes, waffles, fruit, ethnic specialities, and pasta dishes are available at the open-air Great Outdoors. Asian fusion cuisine, noodles, wok-fried dishes, and soups are served in Jasmine Garden, and the poolside Topsiders Bar & Grill offers fast food options.
A gourmet dining experience is available in the French-style Le Bistro restaurant. La Cucina offers authentic Tuscan cuisine and Moderno serves traditional Brazilian steakhouse fare to your table. Teppanyaki provides an authentic Japanese dining experience and Sushi Bar offers freshly-prepared sushi and sashimi. Savour American-style meat and fish dishes at Cagney's Steakhouse.
Norwegian Jade offers something for everyone in its eclectic mix of bars and lounges. Savour speciality coffees, teas, cookies, and pastries in the Atrium Bar, or sip cocktails at Topsiders Bar and Star Bar. People-watch as you sip a glass of champagne at the Art Nouveau-style Magnum's Champagne & Wine Bar. Sip whiskey and beers at the Malting's Whiskey Bar or drink traditional sake at the Sake Bar.
Evenings on Norwegian Jade cater to your every mood and taste. Discover lively production shows on stage — including comedy, music, dancing, and magic shows — in the Stardust Theatre. Head to the Spinnaker Lounge for music and dancing or enjoy Karaoke and a late night disco in the Medusa Lounge & Nightclub. Feeling lucky? Take a chance on the slot machines and roulette tables in Jade Club Casino.
Day 1: UK to Singapore
Fly from the UK to Singpaore and be transferred to the port to board NCL Jade for your eight-night cruise.
Day 3 - 4: Phuket, Thailand
The ship drops anchor today on the island of Phuket. Be sure to head to the picturesque Patong Beach along the western coast — perhaps the most popular attraction. Take a short drive and see the famous Simon Cabaret show with its full ladyboy cast. For gorgeous scenic views over the island visit the Big Buddha statue or watch the sunset from Promthep Cape. Take a trip through the historical Old Phuket Town with its various cafes, restaurants, museums, shrines and temples. A visit to 19th-century Wat Chalong Temple is a truly magical experience.
Day 5: Langkawi, Malaysia
Langkawi is an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea, just 30km off the north-western shore of Malaysia. Ride the SkyCab to the summit of Mount Mat Cincang before taking the mountain walk to the SkyBridge for awesome views. Pay a visit to the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls and the Beach of Black Sand. Take a boat trip to Tasik Dayang Bunting Lake and the Gua Cerita and Gua Langsir caves. Go snorkelling amongst colourful fish and coral at Pulau Payar Marine Park; enjoy a mangrove tour at Kilim Geopark; or encounter 5000 marine species at Underwater World Langkawi.
Day 6: Penang, Malaysia
Penang is located alongside the Strait of Malacca on the north-western coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Comprising two parts - Penang Island with its capital George Town and Seberang Perai on the Malay Peninsula. Ride a trishaw around the bustling streets and discover authentic local cuisine at the China House shophouses in Road Town. Travel on the cable car up Penang Hill or climb the 500 steps to Waterfall Hilltop Temple for stunning views. Explore the tropical oasis of herbs and spices at the Tropical Spice Garden or admire the winged beauties at the Butterfly Farm. While away a few hours at Batu Ferringhi beach or enjoy outdoor activities at ESCAPE theme park. Say a prayer at the Street of Harmony or gaze in awe at Wat Chayamangkalaram - Asia's largest reclining Buddha.
Day 7: Port Klang (for Kuala Lumpur), Malaysia
The largest port in Malaysia, Port Klang serves the country’s capital, Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia has both a large Muslim and Buddhist population; and a visit to the FGS Dong Zen Monastery provides a tranquil look into a Buddhist monk's life. Head to Bagan Hailam, where restaurants line the roads and are built on stilts over water. Here, taste the fresh seafood which the area is famous for. If you visit in early May, you may catch sight of the Chitra Pournami Hindu Festival which celebrates the Chitragupta, a Hindu deity. If you're looking for a glimpse of local life; take a ferry over to the mangrove-covered island of Pulau Ketam, otherwise known as Crab Island. This island has an entire village built on stilts and a visit will reward you with awe-inspiring sights.
Day 9: Singapore to UK
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and be transferred to the airport for your return flight back to the UK.