Costa Cruises Details Two New 15-Day Asia Itineraries For 2025-2026

Costa Cruises has announced two new 15-day itineraries in Asia that will be part of the line's 2025-2026 winter program.

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Costa Cruises has announced its winter 2025-2026 schedule, which highlights two new 15-day itineraries entirely dedicated to Asia.

Starting November 21, 2025, Costa Serena will offer a 15-day itinerary with a focus on Japan, visiting five different destinations in the country. Guests will experience a journey to the Empire of the Rising Sun, discovering ceremonial traditions, golden temples, and lush Japanese Zen gardens — all while exploring exciting cities. The full itinerary includes Tokyo, Naha, Kagoshima, Kobe, and Nagasaki, Japan; Busan, South Korea; Keelung, Taiwan; and Hong Kong, China.

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Costa Serena

A second 15-day itinerary is a full immersion in southeast Asia, highlighted by an extended port call in the city of Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei. Guests will experience a grand adventure uncovering the fields of Vietnam, beaches of Thailand, skylines of Singapore, scenery of the Philippines, and Brunei’s mosques and local handicrafts.

The itinerary includes calls at Nha Trang and Phu My, Vietnam; Koh Samui, Thailand; Bandor Seri Begawan; Puerto Princesa and Palawan, Philippines; Hong Kong; and Singapore.

The Japan itinerary will be available through January 30, 2026, departing from Hong Kong and Tokyo, and will alternate with Costa Serena‘s southeast Asia cruises which depart from Hong Kong and Singapore.

The two non-repeating itineraries can be combined into a single 28-day holiday, visiting all 14 destinations on the extended sailing. Alternatively, for those with less time available, guests can purchase weeklong segments of either itinerary.

Prior to embarking on these new voyages in Asia, Costa Serena will undergo a renovation to enhance the guest experience on board.


Would you consider sailing one of these new 15-day itineraries in Asia? What cruise line would be your ideal line to sail in Asia? Drop us an anchor below and let us know!

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Sarah has been writing about the cruise industry since 2015, and in that time has taken a dozen cruises and counting. Her favorite onboard activities include trying the casual dining options, spending time in the spa’s thermal suite, and attending the love & marriage show. You can keep up with her on Instagram at @IAmSarahJaneB.
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