Sunday, July 18, 2010
LET YOUR PARTNER PLAY A ROUND FROM ASIA TO SYDNEY
It's put together an escorted 21-night package that includes four nights on Bintan Island off Singapore and a 17-night cruise to Sydney aboard mega-liner Diamond Princess in December of this year that has two options: three day's of golf on Bintan pre-cruise and further rounds at five ports of call to Sydney, or a program of spa treatments pre-cruise and sightseeing on the way to Sydney.
Guests depart mainland capitals on December 1 for four nights on Bintan Island and join Diamond Princess on December 5 for Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang, Bali, Darwin, Port Douglas, Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays and Sydney.
The golfers' package includes green fees and electric carts for all games, personal caddies for five rounds in Asia, and transfers to and from courses; non-golfers will enjoy the delights of Bintan Island and two 1-hour Spa Treatments, full-day tours with lunches in Ho Chi Minh City, Bali and on the Barrier Reef, and a 1-hour massage aboard Diamond Princess.
Prices start from $5899pp twin-share for golfers and from $5699pp for non-golfers, including air and taxes, airport to Bintan Island and ship transfers, 4-nights at the Bintan Lagoon Resort, 17-nights aboard Diamond Princess with all meals and entertainment, a Welcome Aboard Cocktail Party and a dinner in the ship's Sabatini's Italian Specialty Restaurant.
For full details phone toll-free 1300 305 920 or visit www.cruisemart.com.au
Posted by rodeime
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