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Issue 14: Saturday, 27 October 2018

Watch the orang-utans feeding

TripaDeal has released two tours where the second person travels free. The first is a 12 day wildlife tour to Borneo that includes a visit to the forest to watch orangutans feeding. Other highlights include three cruises along the Kinabatangan River. Cost is $3999 for two people.  Details here

Explore Halong Bay aboard a junk

The second tour where the second person travels free is to Vietnam. The 10 night package includes return flights plus visits to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City and a cruise to the islands of Halong Bay aboard a traditional junk boat starting at $2999.  A Singapore stopover is available. More details here

Catch a train in Japan

There was a time when Tokyo was the most expensive city on earth – but these days Japan is much more affordable. Kogan has put together an eight day rail package so you can explore at your own pace. Board the Japan express and zoom from ultra-modern Tokyo to Osaka and Hiroshima. Included is accommodation and return airfares. Cost for two is from $3998. More details here

Cruise the spectacular Kimberley coast

From tumbling waterfalls to soaring red cliffs WA’s remote and spectacular Kimberley Coast is attracting tourists from all around the world. APT Touring has released details of a 11 day cruise departing September 9, 2019 priced from $9995pp twin share – a saving of $2400 per couple. More details here

Or head for the Middle East

SA based Bunnik Tours has made a name for its specialist tours for small groups. Interesting itineraries include 14 days Discover the Pharaohs, 17 days exploring Jordon and Cyprus, a 24 day Egypt, Israel and Jordon tour or 23 days best of Egypt and Turkey. Book by January 25 2019 and save $350 pp. Details,

New Mekong ship plus fly free deals

Cruising the mighty Mekong River is booming in popularity and fly free offers are available for travel next year on the newest ship in these waters, Emerald Harmony. A 13 day Discover river cruise including two nights in Ho Chi Minh City and three in Siem Reap costs from $4335 per person – flights included. More details here

Balcony specials on Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean is on sale until October 31. Balcony price specials include $1649 for an eight night South Pacific cruise aboard spectacular new Ovation of the Seas. Departure date is April 9, 2019. A balcony aboard Explorer of the Seas for nine nights departing on January 15 2019 now costs from $1899 – down from $2929.  Details here

Thai Early Birds have landed

Thai Airways Early Birds have landed along with the carrier’s free Bangkok stopover offer.  You have to book by 05 Nov to enjoy prices including $656 to Bangkok ex Perth; $737 ex Sydney; $841 ex Melbourne and $863 ex Brisbane. Europe costs from $1,045 ex Sydney or $1,207 ex Melbourne. More details here

Put your feet up in Singapore

Singapore hotels can be very expensive – but one brand you can rely on for a good deal and sleep is Far East Hospitality. Until the end of the year book from $160 and enjoy the following perks with the  O’ What a Weekend! package:  One-night stay in superior or deluxe room * Breakfast for two at The Marmalade Pantry * High-tea set for two at The Marmalade Pantry (15:00hrs – 18:00hrs)  * 1-hr of fitness activity * Late check-out at 15:00hrs *Wi-Fi. Details here

Cathay Pacific deals end soon

Remember that many of the airline Early Bird deals will cut out at the end of this month. Cathay Pacific for instance has return flights to Europe from $1165 – and that is from Melbourne not Perth. You can fly into one city and out of another with the carrier’s multi-city trip builder or include a Hong Kong stopover in your itinerary. Details here

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