Full day to discover the Capital of Thailand, the fascinating Thai culture in this dynamic city. Visit the Wat Traimit, Temple of Golden Buddha located in Chinatown. The Wat Traimit is famous for its 5 meters high golden Buddha. Lunch at the Bangkok Sky Restaurant. In the afternoon, visit the Sea Life and take a tour to Bangkok Siam Ocean World. Dinner Cruise at night.
After breakfast, visit the Royal Palace, home of main royal residences, throne room and a large number of government establishments. Then visit the Emerald Buddha, an emblem of this religious country. After lunch, free time in the afternoon. Dinner and show at Silom Village Restaurant.
Morning tour to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. Visit Asita Eco Resort, an eco-friendly lifestyle resort, surrounded by countless pine trees, adjacent a large tranquil canal, designed to preserve the simple, yet elegant, lifestyle of rural Thai people.
After breakfast, depart for Kanchanaburi via Bangkok. Kanchanaburi is famous for its bridge over the River Kwai and the death railway, built by prisoners of war during the Second World War. Visit the Bridge on the River Kwai.
After breakfast, transfer to Singapore by flight. Singapore means lion city, in Sanskrit dialect. Visit the Merlion, the symbol of Singapore. Singapore offers variety compendium of Asian cultures. Explore Chinatown and Little India. Visit Sentosa Island, an artificial resort.
In the morning, continue our visit in Singapore. Visit the business district and the colonial district. Depart by bus to Malacca, Malaysia's historic city. The town museum offers a cultural heritage from its various settlements. Visit the Church of Christ, the Portuguese Square, and Cheng HoonTeng, Temple, a historical monument recognized as one of the most beautiful temples in Malaysia.
After breakfast, depart by bus to Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Its name means muddy confluence in Malaysia, the city of 4million people. Tour the exterior of Royal Palace and Batu Caves, a Hindu shrine accessible by a long staircase.
Continuing our visit to Kuala Lumpur. Visit the colonial district which includes most of the monuments of the colonial era: Merdeka Square, St. Mary's Church Land and Plaza Putra. Visit a craft center. In the afternoon, free time to the famous Petronas Twin Towers.
Transfer to the airport for the flight back to your sweet home.
* 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.
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* Highlight features are subject to change according to final itinerary.
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Los Angeles (California)/ San Francisco (California) International flight included.
* The above prices are for Los Angeles (California)/ San Francisco (California) departures only. The prices will be $100 more for departures from other major the U.S. cities. * Please CONTACT US before booking your flight ticket if you choose the Land Package (International flight self-managed). * Departure is guaranteed if there are 15 people or above in this group.
* The deposit will be $2000/person to book this trip. (The deposit is non-refundable, nor changeable nor transferable)
* Please note that infant (under age 2 at the return date of trip) does not have his/her own seat on the plane.
Price valid until August 21 2018
* International flights;
* Intra-China transportation (air, high-speed train, and coach if applicable);
* 4-5 stars hotel accommodation (based on double occupancy);
* Meals mentioned in the itinerary and featuring regional specialties;
* All visits and admission fees including entertainment shows listed unless otherwise stated;
* English speaking guide;
* Taxes and fuel surcharges;
Price does not include
* Service charge for all guides & bus drivers, USD200 p.p. ; * Hotel porter fees , USD24 p.p. ; * Optional tour in Bangkok: Siam Niramit Show & Dinner (18:00-21:30 dinner buffet + Show), USD60 p.p.(any payment made after departure, the price will be USD80 p.p.) ; * Hong Kong optional tour, USD120 p.p.(any payment made after departure, the price is HK $980 p.p.) ; * Indonesia Visa USD $35 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 tour
Day 19 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.
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