Malaysia & Singapore COMBO PACK 6 NIGHTS 7 DAYS EXTRA INCLUSIVE: DAILY BREAFAST&DINNER ALL ATTRACTION TICKETS , VISA , LUXURY COACH TRANSFER . BEST OFFER


Overview

7 days 6 Nights in Malaysia and Singapore in a whole package with fixed departure dates in April, May and June of 2013. 

Destinations include Singapore , Kualalumpur , Genting Highlands

Prices : 

-Twin Sharing Superior : RS 62,500 ( RS50,000 with a promotional 20% discount )

-CNB Superior :  RS 41,000  

-CWB Superior : RS 47,000

 

Detailed Itinerary:

DAY 1: KUALA LUMPUR - GENTING HIGHLAND ( CITY OF ENTERTAINMENT)

Arrive at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.After clearing customs and immigration , you will be met by our representative whi will assist you to your vehicle for your transfer to the Genting Highland . En route enjoy a delicious breakfast. Reach your resort with the longest cable car of South East Asia and see spectacular views and breathtaking scenary. As you check in you have spare time to freshen . Then enjoy the rides at the Indoor and Outoor Theme park in Kuala Lumpur .  After the Indian dinner you can also try your luck at the Casino De Genting  .

DAY 2 : GENTING HIGHLAND - KUALA LUMPUR 

Enjoy a delicious breafast at the hotel and take some free time to enjoy yourself before the transfer to Kuala Lumpur by coach . Check in and freshen up and then spend the rest of the day at leisure . By dawn you will enjoy the tastes of Indian dinner at a restaurant.

DAY 3 : KUALA LUMPUR 

Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel and proceed for the city tour of Kuala Lumpur in a half-a-day trip of sighteseeing the best attractions of the city like the National Monument , Kings Palace , the National Mosque , the Independence Square , Coco Boutique , the Twin Towers, including the Menara KL Tower's Observation deck. Then feel free to spend your time and money shopping until the time for the included Indian dinner.

DAY 4 : KUALA LUMPUR - SINGAPORE

Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel restaurant. After breakfast and check-out you will be transfered to Singapore by coach and enjoy stunning sights . After you check in you have the time to freshen up for the delicious Indian dinner . As night falls you will enjoy a spectacular Fire Show , a Night Safari and , overnight , an animal show at the hotel. 

DAY 5 : SINGAPORE

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and depart for the half-day city tour of Singapore . The tour includes Merlion Park , China town , Chinese Temple , Singapore Flyer , Underwater World , Dolphin Lagoon , Cable Car ride and other images of singapore . After the tour relax with dinner and the overnight Songs of the Sea show.

DAY 6 : SINGAPORE 

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel . After breakfast try shopping or sightseeing . OPTIONAL you can take a Full Day visit to Universal Studios at the Resort World in Sentosa . At dawn enjoy an Indian Dinner .

DAY 7 : SINGAPORE - CHENNAI

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel , then the day is free to spend it on your own . After check-out depart to Changi International Airport. Check in for flight home.

HOTELS USED : 

- Kualalumpur , 2 nights , Grand Continental Hotel

- Genting , 1 night , First World Hotel 

- Singapore , 3 nights , the Grand Chancellor or the Cultural Hotel

PACKAGE COSTS INCLUDE :

- Return airfare including all taxes on JET AIRWAYS 

-Meet and Greet upon arrival by our representative 

- 1 night accommodation in Genting Highland 

- 2 nights accommodation in Kuala Lumpur City 

- 3 nights accommodation in Singapore - The Lion City 

- Daily breakfast at the hotel 

- Daily Indian Dinner at the best Indian restaurants

- Genting one way cable car ride

- Genting outdoor and indoor park ticket

- Visit Batu Caves - a Hindu shrine

- Guided City tour of Kuala Lumpur 

- Menara KL TOWER -  observation deck entry 

- Photo Stop at Petronas Twin Tower 

-Luxury coach transfer from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore Hotel 

-Night Safari in Singapore 

-Half-day Singapore city tour 

-Sentosa Island Tour - Underwater World , Dolphin Lagoon , Songs of the Sea , Images of Singapore , Cable car 

-Cost of Singapore and Malaysia VISA

-All tours and transfers in a luxury Coach 

-All clients are provided the number for our  24-hour Assistance Helpline 

Package Cost Does Not Include :

- Items of a personal nature such as laundry , telephone calls , room service , alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages , etc. 

- Gratuities to the restaurant staff for services rendered

- Deviation charge in case you wish to deviate from the group departure dates

- Meals other than what is mentioned in the itinerary 

- Any other services not specified above 

Terms and conditions apply on tour cost and subject to availability .

 

GENTING HIGHLANDS , WHAT TO DO AND SEE :

Entertainment

-Arena of StarsHosts concerts and shows most weekends, but most feature B-grade Chinese pop stars or Western artists well past their prime.

-First World Plaza, Malaysia's self-proclaimed highest shopping mall, this is an ungainly mix of indoor theme park and low-rent shopping mall with replicas of random landmarks from around the world, all covered with a giant metal roof that makes the entire place seem dark and dingy.

-First World Cineplex, Times Square, First World Plaza. Two small cinemas.

-Genting International Convention Centre (GICC). Convention center with various halls capable of hosting events, concerts and performances for up to 2,000 people.

Theme parks

-Genting Outdoor Theme Park Features numerous rides typical of an amusement park, mostly suitable for families. Daily Unlimited Ride Pass priced at RM50 for adults and RM35 for children below 12 years old, while the Express Lane Pass for each age range valued at RM86 and RM56, respectively. You may also use the Go Genting Golden Package  to obtain a Day Pass. The Outdoor Theme Park Passes includes Flying Coaster.

-First World Indoor Theme Park, (located in the First World Plaza). Features numerous rides. The Day Pass for adults is RM30 and RM28 for children. This Day Pass includes entrance to Rainforest Splash Pool but do not cover Signature Attractions such as Ripley's Museum at RM30, Snow World at RM17 and Genting Sky Venture (simulated sky diving) at RM50. One should try the First World Indoor Theme Park Express Lane Pass valued at RM54 (adult) and RM50 (child).

-All Park Daily Unlimited Pass for the combined Outdoor Theme Park and First World Indoor Theme Park costs RM66 for adult and RM45 for children. Express Lane Pass also available at RM114 and RM77, respectively.

Information on Express Lane - The Express Pass entitles guests to utilize the express lane only once for each of the selected rides. Any subsequent ride(s) will be on the normal queue line. Express lane is available for the following rides and parks:

At the First World Indoor Theme Park: 4D Motion Master, Adult Bumper Car, Carousel, Euro Express, Junior Bumper Car, Mini Train, Monorail, Reindeer Cruiser, Ride De Paris, Rio Float and Flying Dragon.

At the Outdoor Theme Park: Astro Fighter, Corkscrew, Double Deck Carousel, Flying Jumbo, Matahari, Mini Train, Monorail, Pirate Ship, Pirate Train, Spinner, Sungai Rejang Flume Ride, Tea Cup and Flying Coaster.


Nearby attractions

  • Chin Swee Caves Temple
  • Cradle Rock
  • Genting Sempah Welcome Arch
  • Genting Strawberry Farm
  • Kilometre 7 Nursery
  • Highlands Mushroom Farm
  • Highlands Vegetable Farm
  • Highlands Daylily Farm
  • The Visitors' Galleria
  • Genting Strawberry Leisure Farms (Mushroom Farm in the same location)

 

 

KUALA LUMPUR , WHAT TO DO AND SEE:  

Kuala Lumpur is short on must-see attractions: beyond the Petronas Twin Towers, the real joy lies in wandering randomly, seeing, shopping and eating your way through it.

KL hosts an amazing variety of architectural delights. The grandest old British colonial buildings lie in the city center and include the formeroffices of the Colonial Secretariat (now the Sultan Abdul Samad Building) on Merdeka Square and the old Kuala Lumpur Railway station. They blend themes from the architecture of Britain and North Africa. On Merdeka Square's west side, looking like a rejected transplant straight from Stratford-upon-Avon is the Royal Selangor Club. Near Merdeka Square is Masjid Jamek, a charming Moorish-style mosque set at a confluence on the Klang River. The National Mosque, Masjid Negara, (1965) celebrates the bold ambitions of the newly independent Malaysia. The National Monument in the pretty Lake Gardens is inspired by the Iwo Jima Memorial in Arlington Virginia. Also in the lake gardens is Carcosa Seri Negara, the former residence of the British High Commissioner, which now houses an upmarket hotel and colonial-style tea rooms. While some buildings in the high-rise Golden triangle, such as the KL Tower, are uninspired copies of other famous structures,the Petronas Twin Towers are truly marvelous.

Within the city center is also the fascinating narrow streets of Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur's traditional commercial district, with its many Chinese shops and places to eat.

KL is hot, humid and sometimes crowded, so schedule some cooling off in air-conditioned shopping malls or restaurants. You may find that most attractions are only crowded on weekends and holidays and are otherwise deserted on weekdays.

KL is mainly known for its eating and shopping, which are adequately covered by the Eat and Buy sections.

Other activities include usual urban sports such as golfing, cycling, running, jogging and horse riding. If you’re into rock climbing, the Batu Caves in the Northen suburbs is popular. However given Malaysia's stunning terrain, you’re better off heading to other places for anything more strenuous or challenging.

Several good theatres and performance halls have emerged as part of Malaysia's drive to encourage greater cultural expression. These include the National Theatre (Istana Budaya) and the KL Performing Arts Centre (KLPac) in the northen part of the city, the KL Philharmonic in the Twin Towers, and the Actors Studio at Lot 10.

Leading museums in the city center are the National Museum, which covers the region's history, and the well-regarded Islamic Arts Museum, which houses a small but captivating collection.

Pampering and spas can be found in several five-star hotels and independent centres in the Golden Triangle. There's also nail parlours and beauty salons, which are generally good value, there's also high-end ones offering similar services for a premium. Reflexology and foot massage places are everywhere, especially in Bukit Bintang in the Golden Triangle and in China Town

Kuala Lumpur also has many theme parks around the city and in the surrounding cities. The most famous of these parks is Sunway Lagoon in the neighbouring city of Subang Jaya. The theme park has rides, a huge waterpark, an extreme park for adventure junkies, a scream park for those wanting a good scare, and a petting zoo for children. Sunway Lagoon is a 40 minute drive from central Kuala Lumpur in good traffic and can be reached by bus or taxi. You can also watch the local football match at the KLFA Stadium in Cheras.Kuala Lumpur FA is a football team based in Kuala Lumpur and currently plays in the top divison of football in Malaysia. the Malaysia Super League. Match schedule and fixture can be seen at the KLFA website.

Skyscraper Gazing - glass and steel abound, but only one (rather a pair) shine. However, the view from theKL Tower is cheaper and better than that from the Twin Towers.

 

SINGAPORE , WAHT TO DO AND SEE:

While you can find a place to practice nearly any sport in Singapore — golfing, surfing, scuba diving, even ice skating and snow skiing — due to the country's small size your options are rather limited and prices are relatively high. For water sports in particular, the busy shipping lanes and sheer population pressure mean that the sea around Singapore is murky, and most locals head up to Tioman (Malaysia) or Bintan (Indonesia) instead. On the upside, there is an abundance of dive shops in Singapore, and they often arrange weekend trips to good dive sites off the East Coast of Malaysia, so they are a good option for accessing some of Malaysia's not-so touristy dive sites.


Art

Singapore may be a young country but it has a constantly evolving artistic landscape that draws its influences from its unique heritage of East and Southeast Asian culture, with a good mix of western touch.

The Renaissance City Project was initiated in 2000 by the Singaporean Government to establish Singapore as a regional city of the arts to cultivate artistic interest and culture. Today, Singapore sees itself flourishing in the third phase of the renaissance city project with new museums, international galleries and art fairs entering the local artistic landscape.

In 2011, Singapore saw the opening of the ArtScience Museum at The Marina Bay Sands, a museum dedicated to design and technology. And in 2012, fourteen international galleries arrived at the shore of Singapore housed at The Gillman Barracks, a new artistic area. The city state is also anticipating the inaugural opening of The National Art Gallery in 2015; the largest visual arts institution in Singapore and also one of the largest regionally, focusing on modern Southeast Asian art through its collection.

Singapore's art district, located around the Dhoby Ghaut and City Hall area have a concentration of art institutions, museums and galleries. Notable museums and art venues include, the National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, The Substation (Singapore's first independent contemporary art centre) and Art Plural Gallery, Singapore's largest art gallery.

On the cultural side of things, Singapore has been trying to shake off its boring, buttoned-up reputation and attract more artists and performances, with mixed success. The star in Singapore's cultural sky is the Esplanadetheatre in Marina Bay, a world-class facility for performing arts and a frequent stage for the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. Pop culture options are more limited and Singapore's home-grown arts scene remains rather moribund, although local starlets Stefanie Sun and JJ Lin have had some success in the Chinese pop scene. On the upside, any bands and DJs touring Asia are pretty much guaranteed to perform in Singapore.

Going to the movies is a popular Singaporean pastime, but look for "R21" ratings (21 and up only) if you like your movies with fewer cuts. The big three theatre chains are Cathay Golden Village and Shaw Brothers. Censorship continues to throttle the local film scene, but Jack Neo's popular comedies showcase the foibles of Singaporean life.

 

In summer, don't miss the yearly Singapore Arts Festival.Advance tickets for almost any cultural event can be purchased from SISTIC either on-line or from any of their numerous ticketing outlets, including the Singapore Visitor Centre on Orchard RC

 

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