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Far East - Malaysian & Singapore Overland!
 Far East - Malaysian & Singapore Overland!

Highlights: Malaysia - Singapore

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Hotels Featured:
➤Royale Chulan 5*
➤The Majestic Malacca 5*
➤Mercure Singapore On Stevens 4*
➤Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort Singapore 5*

Mon 18 Nov 24: Malaysia
➤Flight from London Heathrow Airport to Kuala Lumpur International Airport

Tue 19 Nov 24: Kuala Lumpur
➤Private transfer Airport to the Hotel
➤4 nights stay at Royale Chulan in a Superior Room with Bed & Breakfast

Wed 20 Nov 24: Half-Day Kuala Lumpur City Tour
➤Half-Day Kuala Lumpur City Tour
This 3.5-hour tour of Kuala Lumpur gives you the opportunity to see the major landmarks and monuments of the Malaysian capital. Visit the Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC Park, Kings Palace, Merdeka (Independence) Square, The National Mosque, Kuala Lumpur Railway Station, and more. Round-trip hotel transport is included, but admission fees are your own expense.
Malaysia's king
Duration : 3 hours, 30 mins

Inclusions :
- English Speaking Driver
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Hotel pickup and drop-off (selected hotels only)

What to Expect :
Pass By Malaysia Tourism Centre
Meeting Point for guests from the hotel that is located out of the pick-up area.
Admission Ticket Free
Merdeka Square
After pickup from the Malaysia Tourism Center (MATIC) or your centrally located hotel in Kuala Lumpur, travel by air-conditioned minivan to the first stop on your half-day tour: Merdeka Square. Also called Independence Square, this symbol of Malaysian independence is one of the most picturesque squares in the world. Admire both traditional and modern architectural masterpieces before moving on to the Kings Palace.
20 mins - Admission Ticket Free
National Mosque (Masjid Negara)
Contrast your visit to these glass and steel marvels with The National Mosque (Masjid Negara), located in the heart of the city amid lush green gardens. Built-in 1965, it is one of the most elegant buildings in KL and features a spectacular main dome covered in green and blue tiles, along with 48 smaller domes spread across the Mecca-inspired courtyard.
20 mins - Admission Ticket Free
Pass By Malayan Railway Administration Building and the exquisite facade of the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station with its fairytale-like towers and mix of Eastern and Western architectural styles.
Admission Ticket Free
Pass By Perdana Botanical Garden
Passing by the tranquil Lake Gardens
Admission Ticket Free
Pass By National Museum
the National Museum is home to collections of ancient and modern art pieces, weapons, and traditional costumes
Admission Ticket Free
Pass By The Royal Museum (Old Istana Negara) passing by
Admission Ticket Free
Petronas Twin Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers is an ideal place for photo ops; gaze at the city skyline and capture unforgettable moments on camera.
20 mins - Admission Ticket Free
Pass By KLCC Park
KLCC Park is a 50-acre garden set close to Suria KLCC shopping centre. Designed by Roberto Burle Marx, it was designed to provide a touch of greenery for the Petronas Twin Towers and the areas surrounding it. On the park grounds is a 10,000sqm manmade lake (Lake Symphony) with a 43m bridge that cuts across.
Admission Ticket Free
Thean Hou Temple
Next up is the Chinese Thean Hou Temple. Learn about the synergy of influences such as Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism that converge to form an unforgettable architectural ensemble. Check out numerous statues of animals from astrology and impressive statues of the Goddess of Mercy and the Goddess of the Waterfront.
20 mins - Admission Ticket Free
Istana Negara
Known as Istana Negara, this residence of the King of Malaysia doesn't allow visitor access inside the building, but you can take photos of the exterior along with the changing of the guards, which occurs hourly.
20 mins - Admission Ticket Free
National Monument
Finish at the National Monument (Tugu Negara), a bronze tribute to the lives that were lost in the fight

Thu 21 Nov 24: Amazing Taman Negara Day Trip from Kuala Lumpur
➤Explore the 130 million years old tropical rainforest, Taman Negara from Kuala Lumpur, one of the most popular ecotourism destinations in Malaysia. Admire the authentic tropical forest, its huge, diverse, and wonderful flora, and wildlife. Meet and interact with native tribe families living in the forest for a unique experience. Free yourself from the hustle and bustle of city life with your family at Taman Negara, especially for nature lovers.
Duration: 12 hours

Inclusions :
- Hotel pickup and drop-off by air-conditioned vehicle
- English speaking guide/driver
- Canopy Walk Entrance Ticket
- Rapid shooting
- Nature guide at Taman Negara
- Local food lunch

What to Expect :
Taman Negara Canopy Walkway
Upon arrival, we walk through the world's longest (530m) and tallest (44m) suspension bridge (canopy walk) for a real different experience. Enjoy the magnificent panoramic views and see various wildlife along the walkway. There are plenty of steps to climb and the canopy walkway itself can swing around a bit with people walking on it, so you need to hold on the side and take some good pictures from the top while you go along from the platform on the trees
1 hour - Admission Ticket Included
Taman Negara National Park
Visit the aboriginals Orang Asli tribe (native tribe family) and know their lifestyle, culture, and habitat. Play blowpipe and learn hunting skills from native tribe members. They speak their own language however guide will help to translate and explain in English. Orang Asli are friendly and know how to respect outsiders, so please do the same to them. Respect their individual and family privacy. To take their photo, please ask for permission.
30 mins - Admission Ticket Free
Taman Negara National Park
Enjoy a boat ride and experience the thrill of shooting blowpipe and the challenge of lighting a fire when you come to this Batek Indigenous Village at the National Park.
30 mins - Admission Ticket Included

Sat 23 Nov 24: Malacca
➤Private Transfer Hotel to Hotel
➤3 nights stay at The Majestic Malacca in a Delux Room with Bed & Breakfast

Sun 24 Nov 24: Walking Historical Malacca
➤Walking Historical Malacca
Take a half-day walking tour to visit key historical and cultural sites of the UNESCO World Heritage city of Malacca. Discover the diverse cultures of this former colonial outpost including the Peranakan culture, unique to the straits of Malaysia. Walking Historical Malacca At 09:00 in the morning or 13: 00 in the afternoon, be picked up from the hotel for a half-day walking city tour of quaint Malacca. Steeped in history as a trading post due to its vital location along the Malacca Strait, the town is a melting pot of cultures resulting from its distinct history from the rest of Malaysia notable due to the substantial Portuguese and Dutch influences. Best explored on foot (a trishaw can be used for this tour at an additional cost), meander through areas steeped in history starting at the oldest remaining example of European architecture in Southeast Asia, A Famosa, before climbing St Paul's Hill to visit St Paul's Church and descending to one of the best examples of Dutch colonial architecture, the Stadthuys - the former Dutch City Hall which is flanked by flamboyantly decorated trishaws. Sample food at Peranakan-style restaurants in Malacca. This style of food is influenced by Cantonese, Portuguese, and Malay ingredients and methods. Taste a delicious warm Portuguese tart from one of the many nearby vendors. Next, head to Temple Street, named for the multicultural range of temples and mosques that have lined the street since the early 18th century. This is the perfect place to get a taste of the area's uniquely diverse local culture. Visit Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Kampong King Mosque, and Sri Vinayagar Temple to better understand Indian, Chinese, and Malay religious customs. Continue to see restored Peranakan buildings (a cultural mix of Han-Chinese and Malay that forged its own style, known as the Baba-Nyonya, from the 15th century). Visit the excellent Baba-Nyonya Museum along the way to learn more about the unique Peranakan culture before exploring some interesting antique stores and cafes along the famous Jonker Street. Walk back to your hotel or continue exploring Malacca on your own.
Note: Baba Nyonya Museum is closed on Mondays
Time: 09:00 - 13:00 / 13:00 - 17:00
Departure: Daily
Note: This is a private walking tour. A trishaw can be used at an additional cost

Our services include:
- English Speaking Guide
- Tasting as indicated
- Water
- Entrance fees

Our services do not include:
- Accommodation
- Other meals not mentioned
- Services not mentioned
- Drinks, mini bar, and personal expenses
- Travel Insurance
- Tips
- Transportation to the meeting point if your Hotel is not in the downtown area.
- Tourism tax

Mon 25 Nov 24: Malacca Food Discovery
➤Malacca Food Discovery
Take to the streets of Malacca's old UNESCO heritage town to discover the best local food. Spend the evening exploring from restaurant to restaurant, seeing the influences that a place with a multi-cultural background has had on its food. Taste a variety of different dishes influenced by the Malays, Indians, Chinese, and Arab traders, and gain a better understanding of Malacca's eclectic culinary culture.
Malacca Food Discovery
Meet the guide at the starting point at 18:30 to experience the delights of Malacca cuisine and get a closer look at the local culinary culture that makes Malacca such a hub of international cuisine. Spend the evening walking and taking colorful rickshaws through the smaller streets of Malacca a UNESCO Heritage City. Stop at a variety of local restaurants, some offer traditional Malay dishes while others offer culinary treats influenced by overseas traders who came to Malacca over the past 2,000 years. Run by the same family for generations these restaurants specialize in one type of dish, from Chicken Rice Balls to Cendol or Asam Pedas, making them true experts in their craft. Start with a Satay Celup, which is a type of hot peanut fondue to dip the chicken and vegetable skewers in. With piping hot aromatic peanuts and a wide assortment of skewered meat and vegetables, it is one of Malacca's signature dishes, so any trip will not be completed without savoring a taste! Loading a variety of spices, coconut-based sauces, meats, and vegetables into clay pots at the traditional clay pot specialty restaurant. Roast them over a strong open fire, this brings out incredible flavors and aromas that one simply will not find at home. Next, let your palate delight in the sumptuous aromas of Indian tandoori spices. First coming to Malacca 2,000 years ago as spice traders, the Indians brought with them a form of cuisine where marinated meat is put on long metal skewers and is cooked over an intense fire in a clay oven. Continue onwards to try the Chinese specialty dim sum, as well as street food from a hawker stall that boasts a variety of Malay and Chinese recipes. Continue to the old town and stroll through the heritage houses along Jonker Street, before ending up at a picturesque cafe along the canal. Lined with street art, colorful lights, and music playing from nearby bars, this is a fantastic spot to relax with a drink and muse upon the multicultural cuisines that people brought to this sleep-world heritage town.
Time: 18:30 - 22:30
Departure: Daily
- This is a private tour

Our services include:
- English-speaking guide
- Trishaw ride
- Tasting as indicated, sharing portions
- Snacks
- Water

Our services do not include:
- Accommodation
- Other meals not mentioned
- Transport to start point and end point
- Services not mentioned
- Drinks, mini bar, and personal expenses
- Travel Insurance
- Tips
- Tourism tax

Tue 26 Nov 24: Singapore
➤Private transfer from Hotel to Hotel
➤4 nights stay at Mercure Singapore On Stevens in a Superior Room with Bed & Breakfast

Wed 27 Nov 24: Kampong Glam, Little India & Chinatown
➤Local Street Food Tasting
In this 3-hour private walking tour, you will not only discover the stories behind the various historical ethnic quarters but also sample 9 different local tastings. Little India and Chinatown, where early immigrants to Singapore had created communities. Within each quarter, experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of each ethnic group and discover interesting nuggets of facts and hidden sights that you would have missed. What's more, taste authentic local food and drink while your guide reveals the historical and cultural stories behind each tasting. tasting stop is always in an authentic local eatery or hawker center for you to experience first-hand where the locals love to eat. As a bonus, you would get an opportunity to take a ride on the MRT, just like how the locals get around.
you'll never forget!
Duration : 3 hours

Inclusions :
- 9 tastings of local food & drinks inclusive of 7 or 8
food/snacks (sharing portion) and 2 or 1 local drinks (individual portion)
- Private licensed guide
- If the "With Hotel Transfers" option is chosen, pick-up & drop-offs are included.
- MRT tickets

What to Expect :
Kampong Glam
Visit the Malay & Muslim ethnic quarters and see the magnificent Sultan Mosque while your guide explains the origin of this quarter and other highlights. Take a walk through the hip area of Kampong Glam with small and
interesting boutiques lining a narrow street with Instagram-worthy photo spots. Small eatery and tea shop where the locals frequent.
35 mins - Admission Ticket Free
Little India
Walk around the busy streets and sidewalks of Little India and experience the sights, sounds, and scents of this
colorful place. Walk past fruit and vegetable shops, flower garland shops, goldsmiths, and pawnshops. Your guide will show you to a wet market where the locals shop for fresh produce and Indian spices. A hawker center where the locals eat, for a sampling of authentic South Indian food.
35 mins - Admission Ticket Free
Arrive in Chinatown via the MRT, just like how the locals travel, and see the cleanliness, safety, and efficiency of this public transport. busy streets of Chinatown and reveal to you interesting facts and hidden gems. Walk past the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and see the magnificence of its architecture. your food tasting, your guide will show you to a Chinatown hawker center for a sampling of local coffee and local snacks.
35 mins - Admission Ticket Free

Thu 28 Nov 24: Singapore to Batam Eat Like Local
➤Assemble at HarbourFront Centre. After collecting your boarding pass, depart by Sindo Ferry to Batam. Upon arrival at Batam, after immigration custom clearance, you will be greeted by our friendly tour guide and escorted to the awaiting air-conditioned bus and proceed to Welcome to Batam icon and take a group photo.
South East Asia, Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya.
Try Indonesian Street Food: Bakso (also known as baso), Martabak (folded omelette pancake), and Gorengan (deep fried snacks).
Continue to Tua Pek Kong Temple.
Try Indonesian Street Food: Onde Onde.
Then you will be refreshed by drinking Fresh Coconut. Lunch will be served at Sederhana Restaurant.
Batam, Nagoya Hill Mall.
Try Indonesian Street Food: Es
Cendol, Nasi Goreng and Martabak Manis.
After that, transfer to the ferry terminal and depart by high-speed ferry back to Singapore. See you again on the next tour with Solid Travel.
Duration: 8 hours to 10 hours

Inclusions :
- English Speaking Guide Assistance
- Terminal Fee total S$29 / pax
- Lunch
- Air Conditioned Bus
- Return Ferry Ticket SG-BTM-SG
- Guide & Driver Tipping

What to Expect :
Pass By HarbourFront Centre
Customers need to proceed to the Sindo Ferry ticket counter for transfer to Batam. Please arrive one hour earlier to check in for your ferry ride & clear immigration by 7.20 AM.
Singapore Time
Admission Ticket Free
Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya Temple
Large Buddhist temple with many statues, plus an eatery serving vegetarian fare (at your own expense)
30 mins - Admission Ticket Free
Tua Pek Kong Temple
Tua Pek Kong Temple is a very famous temple located in Nagoya. Also known as Vihara Buddhi Bhakti Temple, it is
well-used by the locals for their daily prayers and offerings. The temple is open daily and visitors are welcome. The temple is built in the traditional Chinese style and has many courtyard statues and several wall paintings.
30 mins - Admission Ticket Free
Nagoya Hill Shopping Mall
If you want to cover all your dining, shopping, and entertainment needs under one roof then Nagoya Hill Shopping
The mall is the place to be. The largest and most complete departmental store in town, the mall sells everything from clothes, accessories, bags, shoes, and household appliances. Brace your wallet for a shopping spree; the basements huge Hypermarket sells everything from food, clothing, and electronics best for stocking up on your daily necessities. For dinner, be sure to head to the food court offering a wide selection of local cuisine at an affordable price.
30 mins - Admission Ticket Free
Mega Mall Batam Centre
Mega Mall Batam Centre is one of the most popular malls and a central business area in Batam City. The mall looks pretty impressive from the outside with its monumental architecture. Also known as Batam City Square Mall, it consists of various levels within it that look after the different needs of a customer.
30 mins - Admission Ticket Free

Sat 30 Nov 24: Singapore
➤Private transfer from Hotel to Hotel
➤3 nights stay at Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort Singapore in a Superior Room with Bed & Breakfast

Tue 03 Dec 24: Departure
➤Private transfer Hotel to the Airport

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Offer Includes

  • Return flights from London Heathrow with British Airways
  • 4 nights stay at Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur in a Superior Room with Bed & Breakfast
  • Half-Day Kuala Lumpur City Tour
  • Amazing Taman Negara Day Trip
  • Private Car Transfer from Hotel in Kuala Lumpur to Hotel in Malacca
  • 3 nights stay at The Majestic Malacca in a Deluxe Room with Bed & Breakfast
  • Walking Historical Malacca
  • Malacca Food Discovery
  • Private Car Transfer from Hotel in Malacca to Hotel in Singapore
  • 4 nights stay at Mercure Singapore On Stevens in a Superior Room with Bed & Breakfast
  • Kampong Glam, Little India & Chinatown with Local Street Eats
  • Singapore to Batam Eat Like Local
  • Private Car Transfer from Hotel in Singapore City to Hotel in Sentosa Island
  • 3 nights stay at Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort Singapore in a Superior Room with Bed & Breakfast
  • Complimentary Adults Wellness Activities such as Yoga, Nature Walk, Aqua Aerobics and More!
  • Private Transfer Hotel to Airport

Meal Plans

  • As per Itinerary