Pandaw Expeditions launches Members Club

New Programme from River Cruise Specialist Rewards Loyal Guests with Exclusive Discounts, Complimentary Wine Packages and Special Offers
Pandaw Expeditions has announced a brand new Members Club, designed to reward the many guests who regularly choose to join the river cruise pioneer on its exotic Southeast Asia expeditions.

The Members Club entitles guests to a free, unlimited wine package to accompany lunch and dinner onboard, worth US$220, on their forthcoming expedition; a complimentary laundry service, worth US$50; an exclusive discount of US$100 on any pre or post-cruise extension booked; and access to discounts and special offers posted exclusively in the Members Club area of the Pandaw website. 

To become a member, guests only need to have cruised once with Pandaw, and joining is free of charge. Guests can sign-up online at, using the log-in details from their previous booking with Pandaw. If the previous cruise was booked through a travel agent, customers can still join the Members Club by registering their name, email address and postal address, enabling Pandaw to issue them with a Member ID, which a travel agent can enter with the passenger information on future bookings. 

New passengers, who haven’t yet cruised with Pandaw, can sign up to the scheme when booking their first cruise, in order to enjoy the benefits on their second Pandaw cruise and beyond. 

Pandaw founder and CEO, Paul Strachan said, “Almost half of our guests return to experience our unique service, often several times, and we wanted to find a way to reward that longstanding and much valued loyalty. We’re delighted to unveil our Members Club loyalty scheme, which guests can begin reaping the benefits from on their second cruise with us.” 

Pandaw is the oldest river cruise company in Southeast Asia, offering adventure and discovery on board its 16 luxurious, small ships. Guests enjoy expeditions along the Mekong River through Vietnam and Cambodia, the Red River and Halong Bay in Vietnam, the Upper Mekong through Laos and Thailand to China and the Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers in Burma.

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