Ecruising.travel launches a new itinerary including rail and cruise journeys

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The cruise specialist ecruising.travel has launched an exclusive itinerary featuring both rail and cruise journeys. The guests will get the opportunity to travel from Australia’s east to the west coast by rail and then onwards to Southeast Asia by sea.

Ecrusing.travel has booked the famous Indian Pacific for the guests to discover the southern Australia. You’ll spend three nights in the Gold Service cabin while travelling to Perth including stoppage in Broken Hill, Adelaide, and a roast lamb dinner in Nullarbor Plain.

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You’ll get to take rest for one day in Fremantle’s Esplanade Hotel after the train journey. Then, you’ll board the Sea Princess ship and embark on a 12-night cruise journey to Singapore. The ship will anchor in many popular ports including Port Klang, Bali, Langkawi, and more. It will stay two nights in Singapore and then the guests will be flown to Sydney.

Starting on October 4, 2017, the 18-night package includes a three-night stay in Indian Pacific’s Gold Service class, twelve nights on Sea Princes, one night in Perth’s Crown Plaza, two nights at Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore by Shangri-La, and one-way economy air travel from Singapore to Sydney.

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People starting their journey from Sydney will have to pay $5,349 per person. However, you can get a customized package with a different starting point. Visit ecruising.travel or call on 1300 369 848 to get more information.

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