Windstar Australia Fly, Cruise and Stay Adventure

 Windstar Australia has announced an exclusive Fly/Cruise & Stay offer departing Australia 12 January and 18 February 2019 featuring a 16-night Philippines & Borneo Adventure from Singapore to Hong Kong aboard Windstar Cruises' All-Suite vessel Star Legend (max 212 guests).


Wind, available for bookings received by 30 September 2018, is priced from $5589 per person twin share, which represents a saving of up to $2643 per person.


Package includes:

Economy flight to Singapore with Singapore Airlines from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide or Perth

Private transfer from Singapore Airport to hotel

1-night stay at Furama City Hotel (or similar) in a Deluxe Room including breakfast

Private transfer from hotel to pier

14 nights aboard Star Legend cruising from Singapore to Hong Kong in an Oceanview Suite including all meals and use of Watersports Platform subject to weather conditions, when at anchor only and local port authority control

Private transfer from Hong Kong Ocean Terminal to hotel

1-night stay at Harbour Plaza 8 Degrees (or similar) in a Superior City View room including breakfast

Private transfer from hotel to Hong Kong Airport

Economy flight from Hong Kong with Singapore Airlines via Singapore to Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne or Perth


Highlights of the Philippines & Borneo Adventure include:

Overnight in Manila to explore Spanish colonial architecture and stroll through the cobblestone streets of Intramuros

Experience the fascinating and tiny sultanate of Brunei, visit the most beautiful mosque in southeast Asia or wander the night market Venture among the islands in an outrigger and swim in the idyllic crystal waters of Hundred Islands National Park

Snorkel among well preserved historical WWII Japanese wrecks off Busuanga Island

Taste a variety of exotic fruits and unique spices in the local flavours of Singapore, Hong Kong, and everywhere in between

Visit orang-utans at the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, a rescue and rehabilitation centre for this endangered species

Take a boat trip down the Subterranean River, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located on Palawan and one of the 7 Wonders of Nature