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$1099 & up -- 9-Nt Southeast Asia Fly/Cruise/Stay, $726 Off*

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By Nella Scott

See Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia by sea when you embark on a 9-night 'Spice of Southeast Asia' fly/stay/cruise for as little as $1099 per person, twin share.

Sailing on Royal Caribbean’s luxurious Mariner of the Seas, this package from Cruise1st.com.au will save you up to $726 off the cost of similar packages in the market.

Travelzoo subscribers who book this deal will receive the following:

  • Return flights from Perth
  • Two nights’ pre-cruise accommodation at 4-star Parc Sovereign Hotel, Singapore
  • Six nights’ cruising in an Inside Stateroom on Mariner of the Seas

Upgrade to an Ocean View Stateroom for just $180 more per person, or to a Balcony Stateroom for just $400 more per person.

Departing from Singapore, with its eclectic culture and shopping experiences, Mariner of the Seas will sail to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, followed by the idyllic isles of Langkawi and Penang. The last stop of the journey is at the Thai island of Phuket where passengers can disembark to snorkel, sail, scuba dive or just laze on the beach before boarding the ship and returning to Singapore.

This package is also available departing from Sydney for $1299 per person, twin share; from Melbourne for just $1399 per person, twin share, and from Adelaide for just $1549 per person, twin share.

Valid for departure on 21 January, 2014.

Book by 24 April.

Travelzoo tip: This package is also available departing from Canberra and Brisbane. Click here for more information.

About the ship: Built for adventure as much as for relaxation, Royal Caribbean’s Voyager Class Mariner of the Seas has a rock climbing wall that overlooks the sea, as well as an on-board basketball court, ice-skating rink and mini golf course. It also has plenty of space for relaxation with four pools including the Solarium, an adult-only retreat, and Vitality Spa. The ship also has a variety of dining options to keep even the pickiest of diners happy including complimentary options like Windjammer Cafe, Jade Sushi, Cafe Promenade, Giovanni’s Table Italian Restaurant and Boardwalk Dog House.

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*Terms/Conditions:
Subject to availability. Restrictions may apply. Prices are subject to change due to fluctuations in flight prices. Airline varies depending on departure point.