No. Of Days

13 Nights & 14 Days

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Hotel Type

3 star

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Hotel Stay




Tour Guidance




Arrive Bangkok

Welcome to Thailand’s capital, the energetic city of Bangkok! Known in Thai as Krung Thep "City of Angels". Bangkok was once a small trading post at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River and is now the gateway to South East Asia for most travellers and international backpackers. The streets are always buzzing and full of life. From people watching and bargain hunting on Khao San Road, world famous brands in Siam Center to local bargains in MBK or Chatuchak, the world’s largest weekend market, Bangkok has it all. Foodies have it all too with a choice that will make your eyes water, sometimes literally. Nightlife in Bangkok includes night-clubs, Vegas style extravaganza shows or simply a few cheap beers and a Pad Thai by the roadside, the choice is endless. If you're feeling adventurous you might wish to try a fried insect or two! On a more cultural note, Bangkok also boasts hundreds of Wats (temples), with Wat Phra Kaew being the main one located inside the Grand Palace. Cruise along the Chao Phraya River and through the small canals by long boat. Bangkok once had an elaborate network of canals and was given the nickname, 'Venice of the East'. Travelling through these canals you will see how the locals live - you almost forget you are in a large, bustling city. We recommend booking pre-accommodation to enjoy the vibrant city.



Overnight train to Khao Sok

Today we enjoy a riverboat ride through Bangkok ending at the Grand Palace and Emerald Buddha, giving a different perspective to the Bangkok skyline and a wonderful opportunity for some last minute photos.



Khao Sok National Park

The train will arrive early in the morning. From the station we will take a minivan towards Khao Sok National Park. Staying nearby you have the chance to visit the national park. It is famous for its tropical rainforest, which is older than the Amazon Jungle. It is also home to a fantastic array of wildlife that include Asian elephants, sambar deer, leopards and even the elusive tiger. The landscapes are beautiful, with lush jungle complimented with breath-taking limestone cliffs and hidden waterfalls. It is also home to the rare Rafflesia Kerrii, the world's largest flower. Khao Sok is the only place in Thailand to find it.



Phuket – Gateway to Koh Phi Phi (The Beach) and 'James Bond' Islands

We leave Khao Sok National Park shortly after breakfast in order to make the most of the beautiful beaches in Phuket. Thailand’s largest island, Phuket offers some of the Thailand’s most popular beaches and is located so close to popular islands and destinations including Kho Phi Phi where you can visit Maya Bay, the movie location for "The Beach" and Monkey beach, James Bond Island (Khao Phing Kan) or Racha Island (Ko Racha Yai) famed for its diving and snorkelling. The choice of islands is endless. Take a ferry or book a day or half day trip, or simply take the opportunity to explore Phuket Island itself or chill out on the closest beach while enjoying a cold drink of your choice.




Whilst Thailand's islands are beautiful and famous, hold a certain mystique, and have been the location for many famous films over the years, we also understand that beach time or island hopping may not be everyone's cup of tea. So why not take the road less travelled and and try a visit to historical Old Phuket Town, small enough to stroll around but with an abundance of differing cultural histories; 'Big Buddha' a white, 45 metre tall effigy of Buddha with 360 degree views of the island or even take time out to visit and support one of Phuket's ethical elephant santuaries and retirement homes? And of course there's the nightlife. From all night laser lit clubs to a plethora of restaurants and cafes to suit every pocket and taste, both international and local. Whatever your tastes, Phuket and it's surrounding locations are sure to leave you wanting more as you depart Thailand and continue your journey on towards Malaysia.



Penang, The Pearl of the Orient

To ensure we make the very most of our time today we take a short and comfortable international flight from Phuket to Penang. The first thing to enjoy in Penang is your included local heritage walk, a route which passes by some of the best and most visited sights in Georgetown including, the Chocolate House, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, the Bengali Mosque, Assumption Cathedral, St. George’s Church, City Hall and Town Hall (two wonderfully old Colonial administrative buildings) Fort Cornwallis and the War Memorial, Queen Victoria's Clock, the Financial District, Little India, Chinese Clan Jetties, Malay Mosque, Khoo Kongsi Clanhouse, Yap Kongsi Temple, Armenian Street and finally the Kapitan Keling Mosque before heading back to the hotel for a well earned rest. Phew!



Penang, The Pearl of the Orient

The following day enjoy some free time to either explore more of Penang Island at your own pace, including fantastic shopping at Gurney Paragon Mall or the Penang Bazaar, take a trip into the centre of the island to Penang Hill with its breathtaking views and unique funicular railway train. or simply kick back and enjoy what Penang is world famous for, it's food. Whether your taste is Indian, Malay, Chinese, Muslim, seafood, vegetarian, rice, noodle, soup, dumplings, pastries or edible flavoured "snowballs", Penang has it in abunance. Eat till you drop.



Cameron Highlands

Named after William Cameron, a British colonial government surveyor who discovered the plateau during in 1885, the Cameron Highlands is a highland region around 1500 metres above sea level. The region's fertile mountain slopes make it one of the best places in the country to grow tea, and there are many tea plantations. A visit to the Cameron highlands offers a wonderful; respite from the heat of South East Asia and the low highland temperatures are ideal for the growing and cultivation of tea. With that in mind we'll take you on an afternoon tour of the biggest and best, the Boh Planatation where the views are amazing and you'll have the opportunity to see how tea is made before trying some first hand. Also a great chance to buy a gift for any tea loving friend or relative. Time permitting we'll also visit a local Strawberry Farm and Rose Garden. Though we must warn you, the fresh locally made strawberry ice-creams and milk shakes can be a little addictive.



Kuala Lumpur

Today we arrive in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's diverse and vibrant Capital City. While the skyline may be dominated by the famous record breaking Petronas Twin Towers, once the tallest buildings in the world and still the world's tallest twin towers, at ground level there is no shortage of things to do, places to explore and an abundance of the ubiquitous food and drinks to try.



Kuala Lumpur

Pay a visit Berjaya Times Square and marvel at the incredible indoor roller-coaster, not to mention the more than 1000 shops and restaurants spread over its more than 10 floors; take a short taxi ride to watch the Changing of the Guards at the Royal Palace (Istana Negara), visit the huge Masjid Negara (National Mosque of Malaysia) or enjoy a trip up the KL Tower (not to be confused with the Twin Towers), a 421 meter tall tower with 360 degree views over the city and set in the heart of the KL Forest Eco Park right in the middle of this large bsutling Metropolis . Whatever your choice, we'll make sure that your visit is a memorable one with an included evening trip to view the illuminated Twin Towers at night and experience the incredible Music and Light show set in the gardens at the foot of the impressive 88 floor, 452 meter high towers, and a visit the following day to the wonderful Batu caves and temple. An important religious site located inside the limestone caves and rising 100 meters above ground level, the temples and caves are used for many Hindu festivals and pilgrimages The caves are dominated by the 42.7 m (140 ft) high Golden statue of Lord Murugan, a Hindu deity, looking out over the city and appearingly guirding the cave's entrance




One of Malaysia's most popular destinations Melaka is historically famous for its importance as a trading port and it's commanding location on the strategic Straits of Malacca, one of the most important shipping lanes in the world linking the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Ruled in the past by the British, Dutch, Portuguese and finally Malaysia, Melaka is now a wonderful town centered around the beautiful red buildings of the Stadthuys and Dutch Square (Red Square). Whether you choose to take an evening river cruise, stroll along the famous 'Jonkers' Street or the aptly nicknamed 'Harmony Street' known for it's unbridled harmony of religions and cultures located along its path, or visit the many interesting museums including the Maritime Museum built in the shape or a ship, we'll ensure that your visit will live forever in the memory with a short, included evening trip around town on one of Melaka's unbelievable 'pimped' up rickshaws. Adorned with flowers and more lights than a Christmas tree, often playing loud local or Bollywood Pop music these rickshaws are fun, crazy and a must see momento to send back to the folks back home.




Today is a free day to continue exploring the coastal city of Melaka. Shop 'till you drop at the nearby shopping malls close to the hotel or unwind with a film at one of three English speaking Cinema multiplex's. In the evening take advantage of a relaxing river cruise along the Melaka river as you pass through lighted bridges and past the bright lights of the city.




Singapore may be small in size, but its larger-than-life attitude and modernisation will ensure your visit here is truly unforgettable. A major international hub, the city will house travellers and business people from all over the world at any given time. You would be forgiven for thinking you should be donned in a suit clutching a briefcase as you lose yourself between the ultra-modern high rise buildings. Like any major city, the shopping is excellent here, whether it be high end designer shopping along the world famous Orchard Road, seeking those authentic spices in Little India or checking out the bargains in Chinatown, the history and multi-cultural infrastructure of Singapore means you can eat and shop till you drop. Singapore restaurants are not the cheapest you will come across in South East Asia but if you also hit some of the market food stalls or the hawker centres you are sure to delight in an amazing selection of fresh, scrumptious food.



Depart Singapore

Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights. Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.

Package Inclusions

  • Airport Assistance On Arrival & Departure
  • Daily Breakfast At All Hotels.
  • All Airport Transfers By Air Conditioned Vehicle With Chauffer on SIC Basis.
  • Intercity Transfers And Sightseeing By Air Conditioned Vehicle on on SIC Basis.
  • Guide Services.
  • Toll Taxes, Parking And Fuel.
  • Accommodation at 3 star Hotels.

Package Excusions

  • Any Airfare.
  • Our services do not cover insurance of any kind. It is advisable for you to take an insurance cover for this travel.
  • Any meals other than those mentioned in Menu.
  • Any portage at airports and hotels, tips, insurance, wine, mineral water, telephone charges, and all items of personal nature.
  • Expenses caused as a result of factors beyond our control such as train or flight delays, roadblocks, and vehicle malfunctions, political disturbances etc.
  • Any services not specifically mentioned in the inclusions.

Terms and Conditions

  • Your accommodation is selected as per your budget.
  • Any extra bed/ breakfast which are not mentioned have to be paid directly by guest as per hotel policy.
  • The above rates are valid for the mentioned period only.
  • In case of non availability of rooms in the specified hotels, we will inform you the same and will give you different Options of hotels and rate will increase or decrease depends on the hotel selection. There will not be any change in the hotels specified without your concern.
  • The above package is only an offer and not a confirmation. We shall proceed with your booking only after we receive your confirmation and advance and on availability of hotels mentioned.
  • Guest Should pay the security deposit at respective hotel at the time of check in
  • The airfare quoted, if any, is as of now and is subject to change.
  • Check-in time at the hotel is 1400/1500hrs and Check-out time at the hotel is 1200 hrs
  • Passport should be valid minimum 6 months from date of travel
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