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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterTo celebrate Coral Expeditions’ first sailing season of its Myanmar itineraries, charting the coastline between Singapore and Yangon, all travel trade partners are being gifted a cruise for two for bookings of four or 10 guests on selected Myanmar sailings.For every agent who books in 10 guests for Myanmar sailings departing in November and December 2016 on Singapore/Yangon routes, they will receive a 12-night Singapore to Yangon expedition for two adults on board Coral Discoverer.By booking in just four guests for the same Myanmar departures, agents will receive a three- or four-night Great Barrier Reef cruise for two adults on board Coral Expeditions II.Sailing on the 72-passenger flagship Coral Discoverer, which will undergo a multi-million-dollar refurbishment, the new Myanmar itineraries appeal to travellers desiring to explore parts of South East Asia that are only accessible by small ship.Highlights include: five days exploring the rarely visited Andaman coastline, visiting the remote Moken ‘sea gypsies’, enjoying the spectacular underwater world in the Mergui Archipelago, navigating the waters of the mighty Irrawaddy River and exploring the marine wonderlands of Tarutao National Marine Park off the Thai coast. Also on offer are enriching cultural experiences such as excursions to a local Thai village for a cooking lesson, visiting the infamous Siam-Burma “death railway” Memorial, and trips to see traditional boat building and hilltop pagodas.In addition to Coral’s expert expedition leaders and staff, guests on the Myanmar cruises will be treated to the company of Dr Bob Hudson, an Australian archaeologist and Myanmar expert. Dr Hudson has been conducting research in Myanmar for over 20 years and advises the Myanmar Ministry of Culture as well as UNESCO, so there is no one more suitable to take guests on a journey through Myanmar’s rich culture and history. With a background in entertainment, and as a radio broadcaster, Dr Hudson brings complex subjects to life in a colourful and engaging manner that captivates his audiences.Agents can also benefit from an attractive flight credit offer for their clients. Each guest booked for any of the 2016-17 Asian voyages will enjoy a $1500 per person flight credit which will be offset against their cruise fare. This translates into a substantial $3000 per couple discount.Myanmar itineraryGlimpses of Lost Myanmar12 nights – Singapore to Yangon | 25 November and 19 December 201612 nights – Yangon to Singapore | 7 and 31 December 2016Spend two days exploring the wonders of Myanmar’s Mergui ArchipelagoGuided tour with local expert, learn about Burmese history with a visit to the Burma WWII Railway MemorialJourney through the Irrawaddy River Delta and the Yangon RiverEmbrace the rich cultural and culinary diversity of historic MelakaWade, swim and snorkel the warm tropical waters of the Andaman SeaExperience Thai village life and learn the secrets of local flavours with a cooking demonstration Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img

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