Paul Gauguin Cruises Offers Free Hotel Overnight in Exotic Singapore on 2014 Australia & Southeast Asia Voyages

BELLEVUE, Wash. – October 23, 2013 – Paul Gauguin Cruises, operator of the highest-rated and longest continually sailing luxury cruise ship in the South Pacific, the m/s Paul Gauguin, and the 90-guest m/v Tere Moana, offers a free hotel overnight at the Shangri-La Hotel Singapore for guests who book one of The Gauguin’s 2014 14-night Australia & Southeast Asia voyages by December 31, 2013.

Set amid lush tropical gardens, the Deluxe Shangri-La Hotel is located in the heart of Singapore offering luxurious amenities, as well as easy access to the city’s world-class shopping, restaurants, and attractions. Overnight accommodations in a Tower Room, breakfast, transfers, and a guided city tour highlighting the Raffles Hotel, Little India, Arab Street, Merlion Park and Marina Bay, and Chinatown, are included with the free hotel overnight offer.

On the Australia & Southeast Asia voyages, The Gauguin sails between Cairns, Australia, and Singapore visiting less-traveled tropical ports of Australia such as Thursday Island, once a World War II military outpost, and Darwin, with its lively yet laidback ambiance.  Indonesian ports include Komodo Island, home of the Komodo dragon; beautiful Bali, a coveted destination for generations; and Semarang, with its fascinating history and gateway to the temples of Borobudur. In addition to the free hotel overnight offer, guests save 50% off standard all-inclusive cruise fares and enjoy included airfare from Los Angeles. Cruise fares for the June 25, 2014, sailing start from $7,395 per person and cruise fares for the August 4, 2014, sailing start from $7,095 per person.  

On both voyages, a variety of special guests will lecture, perform, or provide demonstrations. Parisian celebrity chef Jean-Pierre Vigato, champion freediver Herbert Nitsch, and extreme artist Jean Francois Detaille will be aboard the June 25, 2014, voyage.  Joining the August 4, 2014, voyage are Nobel Peace Prize winner John E. Hay, islands expert Helen Henry, and Paul Gauguin Cruises chairman Richard Bailey. Art history professor and Paul Gauguin expert Caroline Boyle-Turner will lecture on both sailings.

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