Aqua Expeditions, Lululemon Ambassador Partner on Wellness Cruise

Aqua Expeditions has debuted a new wellness-focused itinerary led by Lululemon brand ambassador and fitness guru Alex Salihin. The specialized four-night departure will take place December 15-19, 2017, aboard the Aqua Mekong.

This collaboration between Alex Salihin and Aqua Expeditions offers travelers an opportunity to experience personalized fitness and wellness instruction surrounded by the scenery of Cambodia.

Alex Salihin is a professional fitness trainer based in Singapore, founder of the successful LEVEL fitness facility and currently an ambassador for the premium sportswear brand, Lululemon. Originally serving as a member of the Singapore Armed Forces, Alex Salihin spent the early part of his career launching and leading fitness and personal coaching programs at several commercial gyms in Seattle, Washington. Upon his return to Singapore in 2014, Alex founded LEVEL, a new fitness experience for both trainers and their clients providing premium, personalized approaches to fitness, nutrition, lifestyle management and wellness. Besides training clients, Alex continues to carry out his own personal training in sprinting and Olympic weightlifting.

Unique opportunities for guests on this departure include: morning yoga classes on the outdoor sundeck of the Aqua Mekong; meditation classes; personal one-on-one training sessions with Alex; spa treatments; and daily biking and kayaking along the banks of the Tonle Sap River and around Koh Oknha Tey Island.

The wellness cruise is open for booking with a limited number of spaces available; rates start at USD$5,140 per person, based on double occupancy for the four-night sailing departing from Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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