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$1299 – Singapore, Malaysia & Thailand Cruise w/Stay & Flts
Perfect for those who would love to travel around Southeast Asia, but don't have months to spare
For just $1299, experience Singapore's great shopping and leafy streets, the fiery food from the hawker stalls in Kuala Lumpur, swimming in the clear waters of Phuket and Malaysia's lush archipelago, Langkawi, with this holiday package from Cruise1st.
- Return flights from Perth* with meals and baggage
- One-night stay in Singapore in a 4-star hotel
- Seven-night cruise onboard Mariner of the Seas in an Inside cabin
- Cruise from Singapore visiting Malaysia and Thailand
- All meals, entertainment and gratuities onboard the cruise
- Upgrade to an Outside for $75; a Balcony for $229
The above price is per person, twin share, based on a 21 March departure from Perth. *Fly from Sydney for an extra $100, the Gold Coast for $150 and Melbourne for $250.
From Perth, fly to Singapore, where you'll find warm, tropical temperatures, as it's the start of spring. As you're spending the night there, you'll have ample time to explore, shop and eat -- Singapore is praised for its fine-dining restaurants as well as its hawker stalls. Then board Mariner of the Seas and set sail for Kuala Lumpur, "Malaysia’s sultry capital" (Lonely Planet) before cruising to Phuket where you'll stay the night. While there, be sure to try som tum (green papaya salad) with an ice-cold Chang on Patong beach. Other trip highlights include exploring Penang and its historical buildings and taking the cable car in Langkawi for sweeping views of the island's waterfalls, rainforests and islets. For the full itinerary, click here.
Mariner of the Seas is part of Royal Caribbean's fleet in its Voyager class. On board, there is a rock climbing wall overlooking the sea, basketball court, golf course, ice-skating rink, and three pools, including an adults-only retreat. Cruise Critic praises its well-designed layout whereby the ship, despite its size, doesn't feel too big, and its service.