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Day 1: HO CHI MINH CITY – KUALA LUMPUR – GENTING
Meet with your tour leader and other members at G.H.T’s office, 97 – 99 – 101 Nguyen Cong Tru St., Dist.1 – Ho Chi Minh City, transfer to Tan Son Nhat International Airport for the flight to Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia. Arrival at KL International Airport – Malaysia, local guide and coach meet and greet upon arrival and transfer to Camerons Highlands – which is 1,542 meters above sea level, along the way, we will stop and visit the famous Batu Caves – where the shrine of the Hindu deity Lord Subramaniam is set within an outcrop of limestone caves. Visit to Duty free Swiss watch shop. Proceed to Genting Highland by cable car (the cable car maybe close for maintenance or because of bad weather, in these cases we will proceed to Genting by bus). At the theme park tourists can take part in the games at “Theme Park in door” like Haunted house, roller coaster, 3D film, snow house, etc… (own arrangement). Check in First World hotel 3* (or similar). After dinner, free to visit Casino de Genting – the most famous and unique casino in Malaysia.
Day 2: GENTING – KUALA LUMPUR
After breakfast, check out hotel and proceed back to Kuala Lumpur. Photo stop at the Petronas Twin Towers – the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 until surpassed by Taipei 101, but remain the tallest twin buildings in the world ever built, surpassing the World Trade Center. The building is the landmark of Kuala Lumpur with nearby Kuala Lumpur Tower. Visit to the National Mosque – situated among 53,000 m2 of beautiful gardens. The mosque was built in 1965 on the site of a church. The mosque is a bold and modern approach in reinforced concrete, symbolic of the aspirations of a then newly-independent Malaysia. The tourists can also learn about the National religion of Malaysia. Visit to Tian Hou temple – the most famous and large buddhish temple in Kuala Lumpur built by the Hainanese community, it is dedicated to Goddess Tian Hou (The Heavenly Mother). Constructed between 1981 and 1987 at a cost of approximately 7 million Ringgit. Lunch. Visit to Merdeka square – with a 100 metre-high flagpole rising from Merdeka Square is the tallest flagpole in the world, and marks the spot where the Malayan Flag was hoisted on August 31, 1957 signifying the independence of the country from British rule. Photo stop at the King Palace – a panoramic view of the place where sultan of Malaysia living, tourists can get the memorial photos with the royal guards in their uiniforms. Visit to the National Monument – Built in honour of those who had fought and fell in World War II and the seven soldiers atop the national monument symbolise the loyalty, sacrifice and co-operation of the people of Malaysia. Dinner, check in Radius hotel 3* (or similar). At leisure. Tourists can go shopping at the shopping malls near the hotel like: Lot 10, Sungei Wang Plaza, Bukit Bintang,…etc or visit to the Menara KL tower – the forth tallest tower in the world to have a panoramic view over beautiful Kuala Lumpur at night time (own arrangement).
Day 3: KUALA LUMPUR – MALACCA
After breakfast, check out hotel. Local guide and coach pick up tourists and transfer to Malacca – a “Hoi An City” in Malaysia, this historical city centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 7 July 2008. Arrive in Malacca, lunch. Visit to Bukit China – According to the local tradition, in the mid-15th century, princess Hang Li Po, the great granddaughter of the Chinese Yongle Emperor, the third emperor of the Ming Dynasty, was sent to be married to the sultan of Malacca, Sultan Mansor Shah, to seal relations between the two countries. She brought with her a vast retinue (500 sons of ministers and a few hundred handmaidens). Bukit China, a gift from the sultan, was established as their residence. Photo stop at Dutch Square – built during the occupation of the Dutch in Malacca with the well preserved special Dutch architectures. Visit to Fort A’Famosa – Constructed by the Portuguese in 1511, it suffered severe structural damage during the Dutch invasion. Top of the hill was used to be St.Paul’s Church – Constructed by the Portuguese captain, this church was named “Our Lady of The Hill”, but was later turned into a burial ground by the Dutch for their noble dead, and renamed “St. Paul’s Church”. Currently the church is part of the Malaccan Museums Complex. The body of St. Francis Xavier was interred here temporarily before it was taken to Goa, India. Visit to local show famous for local products like: Malaysia gingsen, spices for Bakute hot pot, etc… Dinner. Check in Golden Legacy hotel 4* (or similar), at leisure.
Day 4: MALACCA – JOHOR BAHRU – SINGAPORE
After breakfast, check out hotel. Local guide and coach pick up tourists and transfer to Johor Bahru – the capital city of Johor in southern Malaysia that is linked to Singapore by a causeway. Arrive in Johor Bahru, lunch. Customs clearance made at Woodlands border. Singapore local guide and coach pick up tourists at the border and transfer to visit Merlion Park – a popular tourist attraction and took its place among the famous landmarks of great cities of the world. It is originally located at the Esplanade Bridge, about 20 meters from its current location and was shifted in 2002 where located the Merlion – Singapore’s tourism icon – is a creature with a lion’s head and the body of a fish. The “Singa” or lion represents the animal that a Sumatran prince saw which resembled a lion, and the fish is a tribute to Singapore’s history as”Temasek”, the ancient sea town. The Esplanade – the opera house built at the mouth of Singapore river, a new symbol of Singapore. Dinner. After dinner, check in Quality hotel 3* (or similar) at leisure.
Day 5: SINGAPORE
Breakfast at hotel. Tourists will be guided to visit to Mount Faber – the highest mountain in Singapore where tourists can have a panoramic view of the modern highrise buildings of Singapore as well as the nearby islands of Indonesia. Stop for shopping Lotus oil at Harbourmart – a well known medicated oil in Singapore. Visit to the Fountain of Wealth – constructed in 1995, together with the main Suntec City development. A symbol of wealth and life, the Fountain of Wealth is recognized since 1998 by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World’s Largest Fountain. The bronze ring of the fountain is designed based on the Hindu Mandala, meaning universe and is a symbolic representation of the oneness in spirit and unity and further symbolizes the equality and harmony of all races and religions in Singapore. Stop for shopping at Chocolate World – where tourists can find many well known kinds of chocolate around the world. Stop for shopping Lotus oil at Harbourmart – a well known medicated oil in Singapore. Korean BBQ lunch. Proceed to visit Sentosa island – a man-made themed park-like recreation island which many attractions including the Resorts World, Universal Studio, Carlsberg Sky Tower, Butterfly Park, Insect Kingdom, to draw repeat visitors from all over Asia. Tourists will be guided to visit Underwater World – one of the most largest and beautiful aquarium in Asia. Visit to Images of Singapore – an award-winning historical museum in that exhibits the culture and history of Singapore using multi-media displays, multi-screen theatre presentations and lifesize tableaus depicting major events in Singapore’s history. Dinner. Enjoy the Musical fountain show – also known as the Magical Fountain of Sentosa, this fountain was officially opened in 1982 that could accommodate more than 5000 people. The 7 seating zones in the arena were themed after the colors of the rainbow. It hosted three different shows through the five decades it had been in operation, including the Magical Sentosa show. Sentosa Musical Fountain was eventually replaced by another fountain entitled Songs of the Sea. Back to hotel, at leisure.
Day 6: SINGAPORE
After breakfast, tourists will be guided to visit Jurong bird park – a world-famous bird zoo where there are specimens of magnificent bird life from around the world, including a flock of one thousand and one flamingos. It is currently the world’s largest bird park in terms of number of birds. There are 4,600 birds of 380 species in Jurong Bird Park. Of these, 29 are of endangered species. Tourists can enjoy the All stars bird show – one of the most interesting show in Jurong bird park. Or the tourists can also take a monorail to visit the park. Visit to Jewelry show room – where tourists can find a newest jewelry designs. Lunch – Free for shopping at DFO (Duty free shop) or Orchard road – a road in Singapore that is the retail and entertainment hub of the city-state. It is regularly frequented by the local population as well as being a major tourist attraction. A shopping paradise in Asia with lots of shopping malls crowded with shoppers. Dinner. Back to hotel, at leisure.
Day 7: SINGAPORE – HO CHI MINH CITY
Breakfast. Hotel check-out. Coach transfers tourists to Airport for flight back Vietnam. Arrive at Tan Son Nhat International Airport. G.H.T’s bus picks up tourists and transfers back to the previous meeting point. Home sweet home!
Tour Duration: 07 days / 06 nights
Tour Operates: all year round / on demand
Tour Price: Please contact us for a tailor-made quote.
(Rates vary frequently. Please contact us to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs)
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Terms and conditions subject to change without notice. This program may be changed or discontinued without notice. Please call our travel consultant for additional information.
- Including: Round trip ticket – Airport tax – Airport security tax – Fuel surcharge (this rate can be changed on the day of ticket issuance) – Hotel as stated in the itinerary ***, based on twin share – Good meals and admission fees as in the itineraries – Tippings for local guides and drivers – Entrance visas – G.H.T’s tour escort – Travel insurance with maximum compensation of 10,000.00 USD / case and 1,000.00 USD / luggage. Travel Gifts: backpack, cap, G.H.T’s travel organizer or leather passport cover.
- Excluding: Passport – Telephone fees – Laundry – Transportation without mention in the itineraries – Excess baggages and other personal expenses – Drinks – Single room supplement.
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