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Hallelujah Liveabaord – 15% Off All October 2019 Trips

Hallelujah Liveabaord – 15% Off All October 2019 Trips

Hallelujah Liveabaord – 15% Off All October 2019 Trips

Premium quality liveabaord MV Hallelujah is offering a 15% discount on all of her trips to the Similan Islands, Koh Bon, Koh Tachai and Richelieu Rock for the months of October.

Trips will depart on the following dates:

15th October 2019
22nd October 2019
28th October 2019

Cabin Prices are as follows:

VIP Single – THB 56,000 per person – 15% discount = THB 47,600 per person
Double En Suite – THB 46,000 per person- 15% discount = THB 39,100 per person
Standard Twin – THB 36,000 per person – 15% discount = THB 30,600 per person

Prices do not include national park fees of THB 2,100 or equipment rental of THB 600 per day.

Hurry, there are limited places remaining.

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