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 03 Nights / 04 Days

Highlights: Singapore - City Tour, Sentosa Island & Underwater World. Also visit Night Safari. 

Day 01

Singapore - Pearl of the Orient

Arrive at the fabulous Changi Airport in Singapore. Our local representative will be waiting outside the customs area to welcome and transfer you to the hotel. Afternoon, we take you for a panoramic half-day city tour of Singapore where we see the Parliament House, Mount Faber, China Town, Raffles Street and ‘The Westin Stamford’, the tallest hotel in the world, we then visit Singapore’s premier brand & world acclaimed Tiger beer at TigerLive!, enjoy a unique and captivating experience with state of the art 4D technology and special effects to enthrall, inspire and delight you. Dinner at an Indian restaurant. Overnight at Hotel Re! or similar. 

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Thailand Tours

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Limestone cliffs, white powdery beaches, tranquil broad bays and tropical inland forests combined with world class hotels and sophisticated restaurants give Thailand the justly deserved sobriquet of the Pearl of the Andaman. Rejuvenate in a seaside bungalow, spending day after sunny day on the beach in near-perfect tranquillity. Shop for fashion and artefacts at malls and quaint flea markets. And discover a serene underwater paradise.


Locally known as Krung Thep or City of Angels, this truly is a vibrant city, with its heavenly flavours, sights and experiences that seduce all who visit. Bangkok balances its exuberant modern development with a reverent celebration of traditional Thai culture - most evident in the glorious wats and the extraordinary food. Bangkok has long been a hub for travellers, offering a winning combination of reasonable prices and excellent tourist amenities.

Over time, Pattaya has grown into Thailand's most developed resort town. It has Thailand's best concentration of water sports, dive schools and golf courses and there is a buzzing nightlife as well as quality family pursuits to be enjoyed here. The resorts tend to be self-contained islands of pampered luxury.

One of Thailand's best known holiday destinations, Phuket's greatest attractions are its beaches, fabulous swathes of golden sand which can compete with the best around the world. There are some sensational coral reefs, home to tropical fish of various kinds, which provide excellent snorkelling and diving opportunities. Phuket Town has some fascinating temples and Chinese colonial buildings worth exploring.

One of Malaysia’s most attractive destinations, Krabi Province in southern Thailand is an ideal getaway teeming with white sandy beaches, fascinating coral reefs, large and small islands and verdant forests with caves and waterfalls.

The beaches of Koh Samui are amongst the most pristine you will ever see and the island has managed to retain its rural charm. Two popular activities here are snorkelling and diving in the coral reefs off the coast of Samui itself. Much of the interior of the island is covered in rainforest, interspersed with rubber plantations and a number of waterfalls, which provide a superb contrast to the coastal areas and are worthy of exploration. In contrast to its unspoiled natural beauty, the island's nightlife is well developed to cater to visitors' tastes.



Duration:-     04 Night/05 Days

Unbelivable Cost :- INR 16,500/-

Package Include
  • Two Nights Accomodation in Pattaya with ABF.
  • Coral Island Tour with Indian Lunch.
  • Two Nights Accomodation in Bangkok with ABF.
  • Bangkok Halfday City & Temples Tour following by Gems.
  • Airport- PAT Hotel- BKK Hotel - Airport Transfer.


  • Rate Valid for Indian Passport Holder Only.
  • Minimum 2 pax for the package.


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Malaysia Tours

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A melting pot of many races, Malaysia is where you can experience every flavour that Asia has to offer. With towering skyscrapers, a blend of cultures and some of the best beaches in the world, Malaysia is ideal for a honeymoon or a romantic getaway. Langkawi’s ninety-nine islands are home to several local legends, beautiful beaches and natural marvels. Pangkor Island and Kota Kinabalu are two increasingly popular destinations for the pleasure seeker. Allow us to help you discover the hidden delights of this country.




Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia, is considered to be Asia's counterpart of the Silicon Valley. From an obscure little town, the city today has grown to a bustling city of almost two million people. The growth and development of this city has produced an interesting mix of architecture; elegant palatial buildings of a bygone colonial era contrast with modern mega structures like the Petronas Twin Towers. All these, coupled with the numerous street level markets and the traditional culture in the lanes of China Town makes Kuala Lumpur an unforgettable experience for the visitor.


Penang, often referred to as the Pearl of the Orient, is one of the most picturesque and romantic cities of the Far East, renowned for its gorgeous beaches. In the island capital of Georgetown, modern skyscrapers rise from one of Southeast Asia's largest collections of intact pre-war buildings. Penang is a city steeped in history and tradition, yet surprisingly modern in its outlook.


The Langkawi archipelago, a cluster of 99 islands just off the coast of Kedah, is the ultimate holiday paradise that offers sun-drenched beaches and ancient rainforests teeming with exotic plant and animal life. Langkawi is easily accessible by air with flights from Kuala Lampur, Penang, Singapore and Bangkok. Ferries connect the island to the northern mainland as well as to Penang.


Just off the west coast of Perak you will find a jewel-like island where pirates, merchants and adventurers have all weighed anchor in the past several centuries. What attracted them to the island is clear. Soft white sand, warm azure waters, several little sheltered inlets, lush forests and an all pervading sense of peace. Tourists from the world over come here to indulge in water sports, angling, diving or simply to laze about on the beach.


The country’s largest and most popular hill resort is truly blessed. It is in enviable possession of a pleasantly cool climate throughout the year, fertile soil that nurtures an abundance of fresh produce and a variety of birds and butterflies. Any time of the year is perfect for a visit, though there is mild rainfall throughout the year, except between February and April.


Thirty two kilometres off the coast of peninsular Malaysia lies the tropical resort of Tioman Island. With just eight villages on the island, and several luxurious resorts, Tioman has become a popular holiday spot. It is surrounded by several coral reefs, which are a treat for the scuba enthusiast. A jungle covers a ridge on the west section of the island, which ends at a secluded, palm fringed beach.


A popular holiday destination for several years, Kota Kinabalu is particularly appealing to eco-tourists. Here, you may choose to stay in luxury resort hotels and be pampered in spas. Trek into the jungle or up the mountains, go shopping, white water rafting, or explore the hot springs. You may find that you never want to leave.



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Hongkong & China Tours


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To help you better familiarize yourself with Hong Kong, please take note of the following generalinformation:


Hong Kong is situated on the southeast coast of China at the mouth of the Pearl River facing theSouth

China Sea. Covering an area of 1,104 square kilometres (425 square miles), the territory is made up of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories. At the core is Victoria Harbour, which separates Hong Kong Island from Kowloon and beyond that, the New Territories that runs up to the boundary with Mainland China. As well as making up the bulk of Hong Kong's land mass, the New Territories also incorporates 262 outlying islands, including Lantau where the HK Airport is located.

Despite its dense urban environment, more than 70% of Hong Kong's total area is rural, including about 40% designated as protected country parks and nature reserves that are all easily accessible.



The legal tender is the Hong Kong dollar (HK$), which is linked to the US dollar at a rate of about 7.80 HKD to 1 USD, although exchange rates may fluctuate slightly. Interestingly, Hong Kong banknotes are issued by three banks (HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank and Bank of China), and vary in design and colour for each denomination.



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Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with distinct seasons. Typhoon season (our version of a hurricane) is traditionally May to November. When a typhoon is approaching, warnings are broadcast on TV and radio, and signals indicate its significance, the latest position and expected movement of the centre of the tropical cyclone, information on the wind strength, rainfall and sea level in the territory. When typhoon signal 8 is hoisted, businesses and shops close down and flights may be cancelled. There is a separate warning for heavy rain.



Spring - March to May
Temperature and humidity is rising and evenings can be cool


Summer - June to August
Hot, humid and sunny, with occassional showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures can exceed 31°C


Autumn - September to November
There are pleasant breezes, plenty of sunshine and comfortable temperatures. Many people regard these as the best months of the year to visit Hong Kong, and thus the 'peak season'.


Winter - December to February
Cool, dry and cloudy, with occassional cold fronts. Temperature can drop below and humidity is rising and evenings can be cool 10°C in urban areas.
The buildings across the waterfront are adorned with colorful lighting, making it a very magical and festive time to be in Hong Kong.


In the early 1550s the Portuguese reached Ou Mun, which the locals also called A Ma Gao, "place of A Ma", in honour of the Goddess of Seafarers, whose temple stood at the entrance to the sheltered Inner Harbour. The Portuguese adopted the name, which gradually changes into the name Macau, and with the permission of Guangdong's mandarins, established a city that within a short time had become a major entrepot for trade between China, Japan, India and Europe.

Macau is now a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China since 20 December 1999, and, like Hong Kong, benefits from the principle of "one country, two systems". The tiny SAR is growing in size - with more buildings on reclaimed land - and in the number and diversity of its attractions. The greatest of these continues to be Macau's unique society, with communities from the East and West complementing each other, and the many people who come to visit.

Getting to Macau

The most comfortable and fastest method of getting to Macau is by Helicopter (approx. 16 minutes flight). However the most popular method is by jet catamaran. Hong Kong has two major terminals for Macau-bound travelers: Shun Tak Centre located at Hong Kong Island and China Ferry Terminal located on the Tsimshatsui, Kowloon. Tourists can find quite a number of jetfoils, Catamarans and ferries available, run by TurboJET, the Cotai Strip CotaiJet™ and First Ferry

 Shun Tak Centre Macau Ferry Terminal (Hong Kong Island)

Shun Tak Centre Macau Ferry Terminal is located in the Sheung Wan district of Hong Kong Island and this is the main ferry terminal most frequently used and has more scheduled departures.
China Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal (Tsim Sha Tsui District, Kowloon)
The China Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal is located on the Tsimshatsui waterfront alongside Harbour City, on the Kowloon side of the harbour. It is used for Catamaran sailings to and from Macau, and is convenient for visitors staying in Tsimshatsui hotels.