Malaysia & Singapore- a hot spot tourist destination in Southeast Asia. Visit Sentosa Island, Genting Highland.

Singapore, Sentosa, Malaysia, Genting Highland, Visa, Agents, Package

Malaysia & Singapore- a hot spot tourist destination in Southeast Asia. Visit Sentosa Island, Genting Highland.

Market Price
Rs. 42,000
Rs. 31,500


Tour Details

Day 01: Arrive at Kuala Lumpur

On arrival in Kuala Lumpur, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Overnight in Kuala Lumpur.

Day 02: Kuala Lumpur

This morning enjoy a panoramic city tour of Kuala Lumpur.

Day 03: Kuala Lumpur – Genting Highlands

Today, transfer to Genting Highlands. Enjoy the spectacular rides ad shows at the ever popular GENTING OUTDOOR THEME PARK. Overnight in Genting highlands.

Day 04: Genting highlands – Kuala Lumpur – Singapore

Today travel to Singapore by Intercity coach. Arrive in Singapore as you are transferred to the hotel. In the evening, enjoy the night safari tour. Overnight in Singapore

Day 05: Singapore

This morning enjoy a panoramic city tour of the famous landmarks. This afternoon enjoy Sentosa Twilight tour. Highlight includes Songs of the sea show, underwater world, Dolphin show and Images of Singapore. Overnight in Singapore.
Day 06: Singapore

This day is at leisure.You can choose to enjoy singapore,s most exciting attraction,the Universal Studios (Opt)

Day 07: Depart Singapore

Today you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back home.

Visa Requirements

You need to be in possession of Singapore visa before departure. The cost of the same is Rs. 2,500/- per person


CategoryPer PersonExtra AdultChild without Extra Bed
Economy / 3*Rs. 31500/-Rs. 31500/-Rs.11000/-
Standard / 4*Rs. 36000/-Rs. 36000/-Rs.14000/-


City NameEconomy/3 StarStandard/4 StarDeluxe/5 Star
Kuala LumpurCitrus Hotel Grand Seasons 
Singapore Park Soverign Peninsula Excelsior

Cost Includes

  • All applicable taxes on room and breakfast.
  • Please note that Refund may take 15-30 days for the money to reflect in your account, depending on your bank, after the refund is initated from our end.
  • Prices are valid for stated travel period and are of defined validity, any change in the dates will lead to re-costing.
  • Cost Excludes:
  • Airfare
  • Any increase in the airfare charged by the airlines on your air ticket . The airline ticket fare quoted is applicable as of date and will change for your date of travel .
  • Cost of extension of the validity of your air ticket .


Malaysia is made up of two major regions, Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo. Peninsular Malaysia is connected to the Asian mainland and bordered by Thailand to the north and Singapore to the south. Malaysian Borneo is across the South China Sea on the northern part of the island of Borneo; border countries are Brunei and Indonesia. The peninsular side includes 11 states, and Malaysian Borneo comprises two states. There are also three federal territories, one of which is Malaysia's capital city, Kuala Lumpur.

Tourism is one of the major sources of income for Malaysia. Visitors come for the beaches, the city sites and the nature reserves. One of the more popular islands for snorkeling or scuba diving off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia is Pulau Perhentian, which means "stop-over island." For those seeking other outdoor adventure, the Sedim River Recreation Park in Kedah has the world’s longest rain forest canopy walkway. The Petronas Twin Towers, the world’s tallest twin towers, are also located in the capital.

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Airports and Public Transportation

Malaysia has seven international airports; five of them are in Peninsular Malaysia, including the main hub, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). The other two are located in the two states of Malaysian Borneo: Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, and Kuching in Sarawak. Besides these, there are 37 commercial airports for local flights in the various states. The capital has a commuter railway system. The Express Rail Link is the line connecting KLIA to the central station for access to all the other railway lines. The city also has taxi and bus services for travel within Malaysia and the neighboring areas.


Malaysia's primary commercial and business district is called Kuala Lumpur City Centre. This is where most of the city’s five-star hotels, as well as entertainment and shopping venues, are found, including the Mandarin Oriental, the Ascott, and Hotel Maya. All are within walking distance from the Petronas Twin Towers. Notable hotels in other states include Mahkota Hotel in Malacca city, and Le Meridien in Kota Kinabalu (Sabah, Malaysian Borneo). The city has hotel resorts in the beach and island destinations. Two of the most successful hotels are Berjaya Tioman Resort on Tioman Island (Pahang, Peninsular Malaysia) and Berjaya Redang Resort on Redang Island (Terengganu, Peninsular Malaysia).


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.

                                            Singapore, Sentosa, Malaysia, Genting Highland, Visa, Agents, Package

SINGAPORE- Singapore expects its tourism receipts for 2013 at about 24.5 billion Singapore dollars (US$ 19.6 billion) and its visitor arrivals at least 14.8 million, according to a recent statement of S. Iswaran, the city-state's Minister in Prime Minister's Office. According to earlier estimate by the country's tourism board, Singapore expected 23-24 billion Singapore dollars (18.4-19.2 U.S. dollars) in tourism receipts and 13.5-14.5 million visitor arrivals for last year. It expects moderate growth in its tourism sector this year. Official data for the entire year are still missing but according to estimates running on January to October 2012, total international arrivals would be up by over 9% to 14.4 million travellers.

According to a biennial report released by the World Economic Forum (WEF), Singapore ranked first in Asia in terms of the travel and tourism industry competitiveness. It ranked tenth among all 140 countries and regions all around the world. The report is said to use a combination of data from publicly available sources, international travel and tourism institutions and experts.

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