Visits: Bangkok - Pattaya - Kanchanaburi - Singapore - Malacca - Kuala Lumpur - Ubud - Bali - Hong Kong
* Airport meet & greet transfers included when the whole tour package is purchased from Sinorama.
* Please note that lunch or dinner will be served on board if your domestic flights coincide with meal times.
* For cruise package, in the event of water level problems on stretches of river, repair or maintenance work carried out by the river and other local authorities on the river or canal banks, stretches of river or canal, bridges, locks or docks, SINORAMA reserves the right to change the published itinerary or to operate part of the itinerary by motorcoach without notice.
* SINORAMA reserves the right to change the order of visiting the attractions, air carriers & change of the hotel (Similar Categories) without notice.
* Highlight features are subject to change according to final itinerary.
* Please click on the price to book.
|Departure Date||Year||Departure Cities||Price (2 occp.)
|Nov. 07||2018||Toronto/ Montreal/ Vancouver
International flight included.
|$ 1,799||BOOK NOW
|Nov. 15||2018||Toronto/ Montreal/ Vancouver
International flight included.
|$ 1,799||BOOK NOW
Price valid until May 29 2018
* International air ticket (JL/VN/BR/KE/CX/UA/AA/DL/AC/CA, etc.) and airport transfer service;
* Domestic transportation (air, coach);
* All admission fees including entertainment shows listed;
* 3 meals a day and typical local food unless stated (except lunch and dinner in Pattaya, Bali & Hong Kong);
* 4-5 Stars hotels accommodation (base on double occupancy) or best local hotel;
* Service charge for all guides, bus drivers and hotel porter fees;
* English speaking tour guides;
* Taxes and fuel surcharges;
* FICAV ($1 per $1000).
Price does not include
* Optional tour in Bangkok: Siam Niramit Show & Dinner (18:00-21:30 dinner buffet + Show), CAD80 p.p.(any payment made after departure, the price will be CAD100 p.p.) ;
* Hong Kong Optional Day Tour, CAD150 p.p.(Any payment made after departure, the price is HK$980 p.p. The price includes: Motorcoach, English local guide, lunch, tips and taxes.) ;
* Indonesia Visa USD $25 p.p. (paid upon arrival);
* Tax at the airport of Denpasar (Bali) USD $25 p.p. (paid upon arrival);
* Postal fees;
* Travel insurance;
Arts and crafts
Hong Kong Optional Day Tour
09:00AM Departure from Hotel to the Victoria Peak Panorama of Victoria Harbour
11:00AM Visit the Stanley (Chizhu) Market
12:30PM Repulse Bay
01:30PM Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter Sampan Ride.
02:00PM Lunch at Jumbo Restaurant, which is a boat made by stone and situated in Aberdeen (previously a fishing village).
03:00PM Visit the TSL Jewelry Factory shop
03:30PM Golden Bauhinia Square, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
04:00PM Return to hotel
* The following activities are optional, surcharge applies.
Dazzling Spectacle on the Word's Highest Stage Held in the colossal 2,000-seat Ratchada Theatre, the Siam Niramit show boasts an 11.95 metre proscenium - certified by Guinness World of Records as the world's highest stage. Occupying more than half of the entire theatre space, the panoramic Ratchada Theatre stage is built to accommodate the show's monumental set pieces and a legion of performers (including real elephants and goats) to recreate a realistic ambience of Siam hundreds of years ago.
The show is suitably structured into three acts: Journey Back into History, Journey Beyond Imagination: The Three Realms and Journey Through Joyous Festivals. Reliving the Glorious Past The lights suddenly dimmed and permeating through the darkened stage is the heart-thumping beat of 'klong sabatchai' (victory drum), followed by the graceful golden fingernail dance and sword dance. The entire stage is re-lit and awoken back to life with a scene of the Ancient Kingdom of Lanna, showing a slow-paced, yet elegant royal procession led by the King and Queen of Lanna, the earliest of Siamese reigns.
A stark contrast to the north, the audience is transported down to the more animated south with the next scene: The South Sea... Traders from Overseas. Opening with 'nang talung' (shadow puppets) and the lively and colourful 'nora dance', this scene is the re-enactment of the Kingdom Sriwichai's bustling market full of foreign traders, and with a whimsical subtext of interracial crush - a representation of the harmonious existence of different faiths and races. The next two scenes, The Northeast... Heritage of the Khmer Civilization and Central Plains... Ayutthaya: The Mighty Capital, are superbly portrayed with state-of-the-art special effects like an on-stage 'klong' (river), realistic rainfall, thunder and lighting. The audience also gets to witness local activities and festivities like 'ram lao krathop mai (bamboo dance), the singing of rice harvesting folk songs and Thai boxing matches during these scenes.
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