With stops across the Indian ocean, the Mumbai-Bali cruise is soon to become a reality. Known for its exotic beaches and mind boggling beauty, the tiny island will soon cater to Indian tourists arriving by sea.
What’s more exciting? The cruise will make stops at Kochi and the Andaman-Nicobar Islands before streaming onto the golden sand docks of Bali.
Which means that before you dive into the multi-cultured Balinese culture with its raging nightlife and divine flavours, you also get to experience the commercial capital of the God’s own country and the pristine waters of the Andaman, which btw, is home to the world’s largest sea turtles.
Tapping on the huge tourist intake of the country, Mr. Gadkari, the Road Transport and Highways Minister says that the project will be a huge boom to the cruising sector. Although the Government is still in its initial stages of talks with the respective Indonesian authorities, we’re positive that the project will see the the light of the day by next year itself.
So if you’re planning a visit to South-East Asia in the near future, THIS IS IT!