Malaysia and Singapore visiting places

Malaysia and Singapore visiting places

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Malaysia and Singapore package:

Economy class return airfare on Jet Airways (Delhi - Singapore - Delhi), 3 Nights accommodation in Singapore, 3 Nights accommodation in Kuala Lumpur, Daily Breakfast, Half day Singapore City tour, Half day Kuala Lumpur City tour, Airport transfers, All Tours & Transfers on Seat In Coach (Shared) basis, Malaysia & Singapore Visa charges, All taxes, Singapore - Kuala Lumpur - Singapore (by Coach)
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Inclusions

    Economy class return airfare on Jet Airways (Delhi - Singapore - Delhi)
    Airport transfers
    3 Nights accommodation in Singapore. (Santa Grand / Windsor / Cultural / Fortuna / Similar*)
    All Tours & Transfers on Seat In Coach (Shared) basis
    3 Nights accommodation in Kuala Lumpur. (KL Sentral / Radius / Citrus / Similar*)
    Malaysia & Singapore Visa charges
    Daily Breakfast.
    All taxes
    Half day Singapore City tour
    All transfers
    Half day Kuala Lumpur City tour
    Singapore - Kuala Lumpur - Singapore (by Coach)

Itinerary :

    Day 1 : New Delhi to singapore
    Flight from Delhi at 0845 hours (report 3 hours prior to flight departure). Arrive Singapore at 1705 hours, one of the most enjoyable cities in SouthEast Asia. Meet with our local tour operator representative. Transfer to the hotel, where you will Check-in. Evening is free at own leisure to explore Singapore and savour its finest delicacies. Overnight stay at hotel.
    Meals: All Breakfast
    Day 2 : singapore
    Enjoy breakfast at hotel and later proceed for Singapore City tour. Acquaint yourself with Singapore’s historical sight, modern icons, and bustling city centre. Rest day at leisure to explore Singapore on your own. Overnight stay at hotel.
    Meals: Breakfast
    Day 3 : Singapore - Kuala Lumpur
    Enjoy breakfast at hotel. Later Check out from hotel & transfer to Kuala Lumpur (by Coach). Arrive Kuala Lumpur & transfer to the Hotel where you will Check in. Evening is free at own leisure to explore Nearby places in the City on your own. Overnight stay at hotel.
    Meals: Breakfast
    Day 4 : Kuala Lumpur
    Enjoy breakfast at hotel and later proceed for Kuala Lumpur City tour. Rest of the day at leisure to explore the City on your own or you can opt for some optional Sightseeing tour (at Additional Cost). Overnight stay at hotel.
    Meals: Breakfast
   Day 5 : Kuala Lumpur
    Enjoy breakfast at hotel. Remaining day is free at leisure to explore Kuala Lumpur city on your own or you can opt for some Optional Sightseeing tour (at Additional Cost). Overnight stay at hotel.
    Meals: Breakfast
    Day 6 : Kuala Lumpur - Singapore
    Enjoy breakfast at hotel. Later Check out from hotel & transfer to Singapore (by Coach). Arrive Singapore & transfer to the Hotel where you will Check in. Evening is free at own leisure to explore Singapore and savour its finest delicacies. Overnight stay at hotel.
    Meals: Breakfast
    Day 7 : Singapore - Delhi
    Enjoy breakfast at hotel. Later Check-out from hotel (as per hotels Check out time). In evening, transfer to airport for flight to Delhi at 2310 hours.
    Meals: Breakfast

Malaysia and Singapore visiting places

Malaysia:

 

Malaysia offers two very distinct experiences: the peninsula and Borneo (an island shared with Indonesia and Brunei). The peninsula is a mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian flavors with an efficient and modern capital, Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian Borneo features some of the most interesting places in Malaysia with a wild jungle, orangutans, granite peaks and remote tribes. Combined with some beautiful islands, luxury resorts and colonials towns, Malaysia, for most visitors, presents a happy mix.

Almost 2 million foreign tourists traveled to Malaysia in 2010. Most of them were citizens from neighboring countries such as Singapore and Indonesia but a growing number of other foreign tourists are discovering this country as well.

The top 10 Malaysia tourist attractions:

10Cameron Highlands
Cameron Highlandsflickr/Will Ellis
The Cameron Highlands is one of Malaysia’s most extensive hill stations, first developed by the British in the 1920s. It has a population of more than 34,000 people consisting of Malays, Chinese, Indians and other ethnic groups. The Cameron Highlands is renowned for its trails. They lead visitors through the forest to waterfalls and other tranquil spots. Apart from its jungle walks, the sanctuary is also known for its tea plantations and visitors can book several “tea factory” tours.



Explore Georgetown Inner City

8Taman Negara
Taman Negaraflickr/wazari
Taman Negara, which literally means “national park” in Malay, is one of the oldest tropical rain forest in the world. It features massive trees, waterfalls, jungle treks of various duration and the world’s longest canopy walkways. Several trails enable the visitor to explore the forest without a guide. Taman Negara is a haven for endangered species such as the Asian elephant, tigers, leopards and rhinos, but numbers are low and sightings are very rare. It’s unlikely that you will see anything more than birds, small deer, lizards, snakes and perhaps a tapir.

Explore Taman Negara
7Pulau Tioman
Pulau Tiomanflickr/soham_pablo
Tioman is a small island located off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. In the 1970s, Time Magazine selected Tioman as one of the world’s most beautiful islands. Tourists have surged to the island ever since, seeking a taste of paradises. The island is surrounded by numerous white coral reefs, making it a haven for scuba divers while the interior is densely forested. Visitors outnumber villagers outside the monsoon (November to February), but Tioman can be virtually deserted at other times.


Explore Pulau Tioman
6Mount Kinabalu
Mount Kinabaluflickr/Eric in SF
With a summit height at 4,095 meters (13,435 ft), Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in Borneo. The mountain is known worldwide for its tremendous botanical and biological species biodiversity. Over 600 species of ferns, 326 species of birds, and 100 mammalian species have been identified at Mount Kinabalu and its surrounding. The main peak of the mountain can be climbed easily by a person with a good physical condition, and requires no mountaineering equipment although climbers must be accompanied by guides at all times.

Explore Mount Kinabalu
5Petronas Twin Towers
Petronas Twin Towersflickr/Ahmed Rabea
The Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur were the world’s tallest buildings before being surpassed in 2004 by Taipei 101. However, the towers are still the tallest twin buildings in the world. The 88-floor towers are constructed largely of reinforced concrete, with a steel and glass facade designed to resemble motifs found in Islamic art, a reflection of Malaysia’s Muslim religion. The Petronas Twin Towers feature a sky bridge between the two towers on the 41st and 42nd floors.

Explore Petronas Twin Towers
4Langkawi
Langkawiflickr/trekker308
Malaysia’s best-known holiday destination, Langkawi is an archipelago of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea. The islands are a part of the state of Kedah, which is adjacent to the Thai border. By far the largest of the islands is the eponymous Pulau Langkawi with a population of about 65,000, the only other inhabited island being nearby Pulau Tuba. Fringed with long, white beaches and with an interior of jungle covered hills and craggy mountain peaks, it’s easy to see why this is Malaysia’s most heavily promoted tourist destination. The most popular beaches can be found on the west coast with a wide choice of restaurants and eateries and some of the best resorts in Langkawi.


Explore Langkawi
3Perhentian Islands
Perhentian Islandsflickr/Viktor Kaposi
Located off the coast of northeastern Malaysia not far from the Thai border. The Perhentian Islands are the must-go place in Malaysia for budget travelers. They have some of the world’s most beautiful beaches and great diving with plenty of cheap accommodation. The two main islands are Perhentian Besar (“Big Perhentian”) and Perhentian Kecil (“Small Perhentian”). Both the islands have palm-fringed white sandy beaches and turquoise blue sea.


Explore Perhentian Islands
2Sepilok Rehabilition Centre
Sepilok Rehabilition Centreflickr/AARON_400D
Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation opened in 1964 for rescued orphaned baby orangutans from logging sites, plantations and illegal hunting. The orphaned orangutans are trained to survive again in the wild and are released as soon as they are ready. The Orang Utan sanctuary is located within the Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, much of which is virgin rainforest. About 60 to 80 orangutans are living free in the reserve. It is one of Sabah’s top tourist attractions and a great stopover on any Malaysia itinerary.

Explore Sepilok Rehabilition Centre
1Mulu Caves
#1 of Tourist Attractions In Malaysia
The Mulu Caves are located in the Gunung Mulu National Park in Malaysian Borneo. The park encompasses incredible caves and karst formations in a mountainous equatorial rainforest setting. The Sarawak chamber found in one of the underground caves is the largest cave chamber in the world. It has been said that the chamber is so big that it could accommodate about 40 Boeing 747s, without overlapping their wings. The enormous colony of Wrinkle-lipped bats in the nearby Deer Cave exit almost every evening in search of food in a spectacular exodus.

singapore:

  

Singaporeans moan that besides shopping, dining and the movies, there's not a lot you can do here. Ignore them. The must-see list for the one-day visitor to Singapore, especially the first-timer, is absorbingly long. There is very little chance you'll get bored. Most tourists tend to gravitate first towards the famed retail stretch of Orchard Road. Fine, get your fix of bold-faced names like Louis Vuitton, Chanel and every other couture label under the sun. When you've gotten that out of your system, dump your purchases back at the hotel and head out into the 'burbs where the real charm of Singapore lies. We're here to guide you to the top 10 places where tourists don't normally go; in short, the places where Singaporeans in the know live and play.

1. Universal Studios Singapore

Universal Studio singapore become the top tourist attractions of Singapore. Universal Studios Singapore is located in the Resort World Sentosa, which includes the Integrated Resort has just opened officially in April of 2010. Each set foot in the various zones, you will experience a different feel. Universal Studios Singapore is divided into 7 zones, Madagascar, the Palace of Far Far Away from the world of Shrek was the first in the world, The Lost World where you can find a world of dinosaurs and Waterworld, Ancient Egypt - a world full of ancient Egyptian mummies, Sci-fi - a futuristic city and the last two zones of the theme of a famous city in America that is Hollywood and New York.  Universal Studios Singapore has over 30 restaurants and food carts, together with 20 unique retail stores and carts located around the park.

2. Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo is one of the major tourist attractions in Singapore. Supplemented by thousands of rare animals make kids would love to see the uniqueness of each animal that they had never seen their lifetime. At the time the sun began to set, you can enjoy a different atmosphere at the Night Safari. Singapore Zoo also provides a vehicle for children's play Rainforest Kidzworld. Wave of lively children waiting in the water play area, with themes such as wildlife parks wet dream! For the game more exciting, young and old can ride to the animal-themed carousel. This zoo has a different concept from other zoos. With open cages, all animals can live like in their natural habitat. You will see lions under a grove of trees, polar bears and Pygmy Hippos. Other attractions that are not less interesting is the Australian Outback, Fragile Forest and the Great Rift Valley. As a place of public entertainment, this zoo is also a vehicle for educating the visitors about the ecosystem and culture of tropical rain forests.


3. Singapore Botanical Gardens

This garden is located in the middle of town. This small forest is right next to Gleneagles hospital. Singapore Botanic Gardens has a fairly complete collection of plants. Plants is almost gone or going extinct direservasi here. For admission to the Singapore Botanic Garden is free of charge. This garden has an area of ​​approximately 64 acres, in this top tourist attractions you can enjoy the scenery and lush green trees. There is also a swan lake (Swan Lake), located not far from the entrance. The scenery was hard to find in the city of Singapore. The National Orchid Garden is the main attraction within the Botanic Gardens. Located on the mid-western side of the Garden, the hilly three-hectare site has a collection of more than 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids of orchids.

4. Boat Quay and Clarke Quay

Boat Quay and Clarke Quay are filled with restaurants, pubs and clubs, so the atmosphere here was crowded and mixed up, loud music to light jazz mixed into one. This place was visited by the builders clubbing, young executives who just got home from work, couples who want to enjoy a romantic dinner, and also many foreign tourists.

5. Singapore Flight Experience

Taste it ride or drive a Boeing 737-800NG aircraft the world's most popular and most successful aircraft - you can feel the flight with an experienced instructor who will help you through all aspects of aviation. With more than 20,000 airports around the world in a data bank and a full 180 degrees of visual and most advanced cockpit and the sound quality is very similar to the original sound truly unforgettable experience.


Kuala Lumpur:

 

By design or lack of populace, Kuala Lumpur is Asia's green capital, where monkeys scamper close to skyscrapers and the occasional boa constrictor slithers across six-lane traffic. Centered around a colonial inheritance of ordered landscaping and dominated by palm-lined freeways, K.L. offers room to breathe and to contemplate the meeting of cultures. And meet they do, with Malays, Chinese and Tamils augmented by an annual Arabian and Iranian invasion drawn by shopping and the Islam-lite atmosphere. The automotive merry-go-round can feel too suburban and downtown can seem sterile, but turn a corner and streets burst into exoticism and a riot of night markets. A restive art scene, driven by Malaysians' ongoing quest for shared identity, gives K.L. further heft.

 

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