If there is one word that best captures Singapore, it is “unique”. A dynamic city rich in contrast and colors, you will find a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture here. Brimming with unbridled energy, this little dynamo in Southeast Asia embodies the finest of both East and West.
You will be met and assisted by our rep at the airport. You will then be transferred to the Hotel Check into the hotel.
Proceed for Half day Sentosa with Under Water World Tour.
We cross over to Sentosa via the causeway from World Trade Centre. First stop - the new Merlion, Singapore’s beloved tourism symbol. The "re-born" Merlion experience begins with a pre-show that introduces visitors to the mysteries of the sea. Mermaids, lake monsters, sea serpents, movie creatures – these and others will come to life in a series of musical walk-through dioramas. Experiential encounters combining animation with theatre effects enable visitors to personally experience the story of the Merlion and the good fortune that it brings to all who seek it.
Next, we board the shuttle for Underwater World which at last count has a collection of 6,000 fish from 350 species. Served by a moving travellator, you can marvel at the mysteries of the deep through an 83-metre acrylic tunnel. The tour ends with a breathtaking cable car ride across to Mount Faber where you can catch a beautiful view of the Harbour and the cruise center. Back to the Hotel.
See the city’s colonial heritage in all its splendors with a drive past Parliament House and the imposing Supreme Court and City Hall that overlooks in Padang, the venue for many state occasions. Further on to fascinating Chinatown where temples and traditional houses retain the Chinese character in this enclave. Next, capture a bird’s eye view of the world’s busiest port from Mt. Faber. From a height of 105 meters above sea level, you can see the oil refineries on the offshore islands, reflecting Singapore’s position as one of the world's largest petroleum refining center. A stop will be made at a Jeweler Wholesale Factory for a demonstration on Jeweler handcrafting, where purchase is optional. The next stop is the National Orchid Garden located in Botanic Garden where the first rubber trees were planted in this part of the world. Finally, drive through Little India to experience the lively trading community and be overwhelmed by the charms of this part of old Singapore. Back to the hotel.
Hop onboard the tram and psyche yourself for a 40-minute journey of wild animal encounters! Journey from the Himalayan foothills to wild Equitorial Africa,this tram ride offers live commentary. Get a chance to come up-close with lions, tigers, tapirs, deer and more! Set in a forest clearing, the Creatures of the Night Show a 20-minute animal presentation will introduce you to nocturnal animals, from the elusive owl to nimble binturongs to intuitive civets.
After breakfast, Drop at Airport for flight to Kuala Lumpur.
Arrive at Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is an Asian tiger that roars: in almost 150 years, it has grown from nothing to a modern, bustling city of almost two million people. Take in its high-flying triumphs from the viewing deck of the world's tallest building, and then dive down to explore its more traditional culture in the back lanes of Chinatown. It has plenty of colonial buildings in its center, a vibrant Chinatown with street vendors and night markets, and a bustling Little India.
Upon arrival Check in at hotel.
Rest day is free to relax.
Over night stay at hotel.
Morning after breakfast at the hotel, move out for the Half Day City Tour
The city of Kuala Lumpur was built on the confluence of two rivers, the Klang and the Gombak rivers. The tour will highlight the old and the modern that makes this city vibrant. Places of interest include visiting Petronas Twin Tower, OE Jewellery showroom, Kings’ Palace, National Monument, National Museum, National Mosque & Sultan Abdul Samad Building. In the afternoon back to the hotel.
Day free for shopping.
Later transfer to the airport to board departure flight for the way back home with sweet memories of tour!!!
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