Friday, 13 June 2014

Silver Discoverer Malaysia




PULAU TIGA, BORNEO, MALAYSIA – HAVE A MUD BATH NEXT TO ACTIVE
MUD “VOLCANOES”
The small, unpopulated island in Kimanis Bay, off the Western coast of Malaysia, is
famous for its active mud “volcanoes” at the highest part of the island. The mineralrich
mud is thought to have therapeutic properties and visitors are encouraged to
slather themselves in it before diving into the ocean for a dip.
HOW Silver Discoverer departs from Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia on 12/09/2014 for a 15
day cruise. Prices start from £7,150 per person based on double occupancy in a
Explorer Suite.

TUN SAKARAN MARINE PARK, BORNEO, MALAYSIA – DIVE WITH THE BAJAU
LAUT
The Tun Sakaran Marine Park (also known as the Semporna Islands Park), just 20
kilometres off the Semporna mainland, is the largest marine park in Sabah and
boasts the greatest concentration of coral reefs in Malaysia. Guests have a unique
diving opportunity with a Silversea marine biologist as well as the Bajau Laut (sea
gypsies), the indigenous nomadic tribe of boat dwellers.
HOW Silver Discoverer departs from Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia on 21/09/2014 for a 15
day cruise. Prices start from £7,150 per person based on double occupancy in a
Explorer Suite.

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