Tuesday, August 11, 2009
LUXURY CRUISE SINGAPORE TO INDONESIA, MALAYSIA & THAILAND
INDULGE in the best of Italian hospitality during fourteen nights aboard Costa Cruises' Costa Allegra from Singapore through Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand in February of next year, and with ecruising.travel it'll cost from just $2699pp twin-share – including return air and taxes from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Adelaide, a hotel night pre-cruise in Singapore, and transfers.
And if you book before August 30 this year, ecruising.travel will give you $100 per cabin in onboard spending credits as well.
This 15-night luxury package includes accommodation at the Novotel Clarke Quay in Singapore on February 6 2010, another night aboard Costa Allegra pre-cruise so you've two days for duty-free shopping and sightseeing, and 13-nights cruising to Ujung Padang, Komodo Island, Bali, Jakarta, Malacca, Phuket (overnight,) and Port Klang for a day in Kuala Lumpur.
All onboard meals, gratuities and port taxes are also included.
For a full itinerary and details phone 1300 369 848 or visit www.ecruising.travel/costasingapore.html
COSTA ALLEGRA is a floating work of Italian art, with extensive use of hand-cut Carrara marble, walls finished in finest woods, and decks named after famous impressionist artists.
Her unique main dining room is fronted with walls of floor to ceiling glass that comprise the stern of the ship to give million-dollar views while dining, there are fountains playing into pools, an atrium three-decks high, and a dome that opens to 360-degree views of the sky by both day and night.
Costa Allegra has nine bars, two pools, four Jacuzzis, an outdoor jogging track, fitness centre with gym, treatment rooms, sauna and steam room, a theatre that rises through two decks, casino, disco, internet, library, shopping centre and a children's club.
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