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Moken Sea Gypsy Village in Myanmar. Image courtesy of Coral Expeditions.

What You’ll Get

Book using the promo code “ASEAN@50”, and save on your air connections with an extra AUD $1,500 flight credit per person (USD $1,000 for US market) for selected Coral Expeditions itineraries departing from November 2016 to February 2017.

 
Highlights

Coral Expeditions’ Southeast Asia itineraries explore diverse offering ranging from the region’s glittering cities to tropical rainforest. This comes with amazing value when you apply the VisitASEAN@50 promotion of AUD $1,500 flight credit per person (USD $1,000 for US market) Coral Expeditions is extending to passengers traveling on the following itineraries during the 2016-2017 season:

Orangutans And Lost Tribes Of The Java Sea (Kalimantan to Singapore, 9 days/8 nights): Discover “Wonderful Indonesia” via this brand new itinerary into a landscape that’s perfectly suited for small ship expedition cruising.

This cruise focuses on Indonesia’s wildlife and nature: you’ll enjoy spotting rare and endangered species endemic to this part of the world, both on dry land when hiking and visiting national parks, and in the sea when swimming, snorkelling and diving.

The cruise departs from Kalimantan, Indonesia (after a charter flight from Bali) aboard the Coral Discoverer and visits the following ports of call: Tanjung Puting National Park, Kalimantan; Thousand Islands; Anak Krakatau; Ujung Kulon National Park; Pulau Belitung and Pulau Penuba in Indonesia; and Singapore. Orangutans And Lost Tribes Of The Java Sea departs on the 5th of November 2016; more details on Coral Expeditions’ official site.

A Passage to Lost Myanmar (Singapore to Yangon, 13 days/12 nights): From sipping drinks on deck while the Singapore skyline floats by, to lapping up the balmy breezes of the Andaman Sea, learning about local cooking secrets in a Thai village, and witnessing the rapid evolution of modern Myanmar in Yangon, this expedition from Singapore to Yangon is for travellers seeking adventure and pleasure in equal measure.

The cruise departs from Singapore aboard the Coral Discoverer and visits the following ports of call: Melaka and Pangkor in Malaysia; Tarutao National Marine Park and Ao Nang in Thailand; and Mawlamyine and the Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar. A Passage to Lost Myanmar departs on the 25th of November 2016; more details on Coral Expeditions’ official site.

Glimpses of Lost Myanmar (Yangon to Singapore, 13 days/12 nights): From Yangon to Singapore, be treated to immersive experiences designed to show the unique culture, cuisine and communities of Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore in a whole new light.

The cruise departs from Yangon, Myanmar aboard the Coral Discoverer and visits the following ports of call: Singapore; Melaka and Pangkor in Malaysia; Tarutao National Marine Park and Ao Nang in Thailand; and Mawlamyine and the Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar. Glimpses of Lost Myanmar departs on the 31st of December 2016; more details on Coral Expeditions’ official site.

An Epic Expedition through the Indonesian Archipelago (Singapore to Darwin, 18 days/17 nights): Venture deep into the wilds of Indonesia on this itinerary filled with adventure, discovery and exploration. With the help of an experienced Captain and expert crew and guides, uncover the secrets of the many islands that make up Indonesia, by swimming over coral reefs, hiking up volcano calderas, walking through rainforests and dipping into jungle-fringed waterfalls.

The cruise departs from Singapore aboard the Coral Discoverer and visits the following ports of call: Tanjung Puting National Park, Kalimantan; Thousand Islands; Anak Krakatau; Ujung Kulon National Park; Karimunjawa National Park; Surabaya; Belitung, Penuba, Lombok, Komodo, Sumba, Alor, Kera, and Kupang Islands; Kelimutu National Park in Indonesia; and Darwin, Australia. An Epic Expedition through the Indonesian Archipelago departs on the 26th of February 2017; more details on Coral Expeditions’ official site.

NOTE:

These itineraries offer an indication of the destinations visited and activities on offer. Throughout the expedition, Coral Expeditions reserves the right to make changes to the itinerary as necessary to maximise its passengers’ expeditionary experience. Allowances may be made for seasonal variations, weather, tidal conditions and any other event that may affect the operation of the vessel.


Pulau Belitung Lighthouse, Indonesia. Image courtesy of Coral Expeditions.


Shwedagon Paya, Yangon, Myanmar. Image courtesy of Coral Expeditions.