Colourful Malaysia 9 Days

$1,999.00

Located in South East Asia, Malaysia offers you unmatched cultural, religious and geographical diversity. Buildings are of valuable cultural and historical significance with many retaining a unique European and Asian architectural style due to a long history of European colonialism. As a cultural melting pot, Malaysia is home to the Malays, Chinese, Indians and people of other nationalities. As such, this extraordinary variety produces some of the most sumptuous cuisines, food stalls and hawker foods incredibly popular amongst locals and travellers alike.

Highlights
• Retreat to the serene Cameron Highlands and uncover a sea of green rolling tea fields
• Observe the heritage wooden stilt houses at The Weld Quay Clan Jetties Waterfront Settlement
• Discover the historical and cultural riches of Malacca once colonised by the Europeans (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
• Hop on a Beca and speed through the bustling city streets of Georgetown in style

In stock

Download Itinerary

Departures

2017 Package Price
26 Feb 17 Sep *

From $1,999

per person twin share

Single Supplement $420

Book Now

02 Apr * 22 Oct
14 May 19 Nov
* Peak Season Surcharge: $300

Package Inclusions:

  • China Southern or Malaysia Airlines economy class international airfares, taxes and fuel surcharges departing Sydney, Melbourne or Perth
  • 6 nights hotel accommodation
  • Transportation & transfers
  • Meals as indicated
  • Admissions to scenic attractions
  • English-speaking tour guide(s)

Package Exclusions:

  • Tipping prepaid in Australia: $105
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
  • Personal expenditure and anything not stated

Hotel Accommodation

Location Hotel Local Rating
Kuala Lumpur Hotel Capitol Kuala Lumpur or similar
Cameron Highlands Heritage Hotel Cameron Highlands or similar
Penang The Wembley – A St Giles Hotel, Penang or similar

Optional Post-Tour Extension

Langkawi Island 2 Nights

Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills. The shoreline is fringed by powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees.

Package Price Single Supplement
From $499
per person twin share
Tour will operate with a minimum of 6 persons
$300

Inclusions:

  • Penang>Langkawi internal airfares, taxes & fuel surcharges
  • 2 nights hotel accommodation
  • Meals as indicated
  • Coach transportation & transfers
  • Admissions to scenic attractions
  • English-speaking tour guide

Exclusions:

  • Tipping prepaid in Australia: $45
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
  • Personal expenditure and anything not stated

Note:

  • Cannot be combined with other post-tour extensions
Location Hotel Accommodation Local Rating
Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa Langkawi Grandis Hotel or similar

Optional Post-Tour Extension

Wildlife Borneo 8 Nights

Gaya Island, Kinabalu, Selingan Island, Sandakan, Sepilok, Sukau Rainforest, Kinabatangan River, Menanggul River

As the third-largest island in the world and the largest island in Asia, Borneo is jam-packed with everything a traveller could imagine. Scenic trekking circuits, river safari cruises, and rainforest lodge stays are some of the main drawcards to this region. From shaggy orangutans swinging through emerald-green canopies to the giant carnivorous Rafflesia flower, Borneo’s biodiversity, containing 6% of the world’s biodiversity, is remarkable.

Highlights

  • Marvel at the dramatic Mt. Kinabalu from UNESCO World Heritage Kinabalu Park
  • See friendly orphaned orangutans at Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre
  • Stay in an award winning Sukau Rainforest Lodge
  • Experience the magic of baby green turtles being released into the sea at Selingan Island
  • Observe Borneo’s diverse wildlife on a river cruise down the Kinabatangan River
Package Price Single Supplement
From $2,199
per person twin share
Tour will operate with a minimum of 9 persons
$600

Inclusions:

  • Penang>Kota Kinabalu>Sandakan internal airfares, taxes & fuel surcharges
  • 8 nights hotel accommodation
  • Meals as indicated
  • Coach transportation & transfers
  • Admissions to scenic attractions
  • English-speaking tour guide(s)

Exclusions:

  • Tour guide(s) & driver(s) tipping payable in Borneo: RM15/person/day
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
  • Personal expenditure and anything not stated

Note:

  • Cannot be combined with other post-tour extensions
Location Hotel Accommodation Local Rating
Kota Kinabalu Grandis Hotel or similar
Selingan Island Selingan Island Chalet or similar
Sepilok Sepilok Nature Resort or similar
Sukau Sukau Rainforest Lodge or similar

Optional Post-Tour Extension

Chiang Mai 4 Nights

Chiang Mai is a land of misty mountains and colourful hill tribes, a playground for seasoned travellers, a paradise for shoppers and a delight for adventurers. Here the curious can expand their horizons with Thai massage and cooking courses. The aesthete will be bowled over by the variety of handicrafts. The wild child will find plenty of lively nightlife, and the epicure can indulge in wonderful cuisine.

Highlights:

  • Marvel at the intriguing golden spire of the revered Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
  • Encounter Thailand’s iconic animals at Mae Sa Elephant Camp
  • Stroll through Sankampaeng District and browse local and traditional handicraft
  • Get hands on experience cooking Thai specialities with a Cooking Class

Package Price Single Supplement
From $999
per person twin share
Tour will operate with a minimum of 6 persons
$300

Inclusions:

  • Penang>Chiang Mai international airfare, taxes & fuel surcharges
  • 4 nights hotel accommodation
  • Meals as indicated
  • Transportation & transfers
  • Admissions to scenic attractions
  • English-speaking tour guide(s)

Exclusions:

  • Tipping prepaid in Australia: $60
  • Optional Elephant Ride (please consult tour guide for available courses)
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
  • Personal expenditure and anything not stated

Price Guide:

  • Pre/Post Tour Accommodation (incl. breakfast): From $150/twin room/night
Location Hotel Local Rating
Chiang Mai Amora Hotel Chiang Mai or similar

Optional Post-Tour Extension

Thailand Splendours 8 Nights

Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, Pattaya

Enjoy the highest level of service with deluxe hotel accommodations, ground transfers, friendly tour guides and sightseeing. From temples and Grand Palace of Bangkok, to the exotic River Kwai and Ayutthaya, then island hopping and snorkelling at Pattaya.

Package Price Single Supplement
From $1,399
per person twin share
$650

Inclusions:

  • Penang>Bangkok international airfare, taxes & fuel surcharges
  • 8 nights hotel accommodation
  • Meals as indicated
  • Transportation & transfers
  • Admissions to scenic attractions
  • English-speaking tour guide(s)

Exclusions:

  • Tipping prepaid in Australia: $135
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
  • Personal expenditure and anything not stated

Note:

  • Not combinable with other post-tour extensions
Location Hotel Local Rating
Bangkok Ramada Plaza Menam Riverside or similar
Kanchanaburi River Kwai Village or similar
Pattaya Jomtien Garden Hotel or similar

Optional Pre-Tour Extension

Singapore Stopover 2 Nights

Singapore is loved as a hot destination with full of contrasts inside a small area. Gardens by the Bay is a must see attraction in Singapore. It is a massive garden with 101 hectares of reclaimed land with rich diversity of plants as well as light up decorations. Do not forget about culinary delights in Singapore. Their food culture is diverse; Chinese, Indian and Malay dish such as Stir Fry Noodles, Laksa and are also well known. You will see hundreds of street foods in China Town.

4 Star Hotel 5 Star Hotel
From $399
per person twin share

Single Supplement: $350
From $549
per person twin share

Single Supplement: $500

Inclusions:

  • 2 nights hotel accommodation
  • Daily breakfast
  • Return transfers
  • Unlimited rides on SIA Hop-on Bus
  • Multi Pass

Multi Pass Inclusions (subject to change):

  • Singapore Cable Car (Sky Pass)
  • National Gallery Singapore
  • Sentosa Admission + Admission to 2 out of 8 Attractions (Surrender Chamber @ Fort Siloso, Sentosa Merlion, Wings of time – Standard seat, Sentosa 4D Adventureland, GoGreen Bi-Pedal Bicycle Ride, GoGreen Segway Fun Ride, Tiger Sky Tower, Skyline Luge Sentosa)
  • Alive Museum
  • Gardens by the Bay (2 Conservatories)
  • National Orchid Garden
  • Singapore River Bumboat Tour
  • Jurong Bird Park (tram not included)
  • Singapore Zoo (tram not included)
  • The Original Singapore Walks (choose 1 out of 5 Walking Tours)
  • $5 Chinatown Food Street Voucher
  • Singapore Flyer
  • Malay Heritage Centre
  • Singapore Philatelic Museum
  • ClimbMax (choice of 1 course)
  • Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
  • 1-Altitude Gallery & Bar (entry after 6:30pm)
  • Satay by the Bay
  • Universal Studios Singapore
Local Rating Hotel Accommodation
Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview or similar
Hotel Grand Central or similar
Furama City Centre or similar
Mandarin Orchard Singapore or similar
Marina Mandarin Singapore or similar
Swissotel The Stamford Singapore or similar

Fly overnight to Kuala Lumpur via connecting cities (Note: some flights may depart one day later).
Arrive in Kuala Lumpur. Your friendly tour guide will meet you at the airport to transfer you to your hotel.
This morning, travel to Malacca (listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site), a city with a history of colonisation by the Portuguese, Dutch and British. Many of the buildings including churches here are a cultural blend of 18th century European and Asian architectural styles. Visit St. Peter’s Church, the oldest operational Catholic Church in Malaysia where various celebrations are held here. Afterwards, visit Porta De Santiago, a fortress that was built by the Portuguese to secure their position in Malacca. Later on, take a stroll through St Paul’s Church, a historical church ruin on the summit of St. Paul’s Hill. Proceed to the Dutch administrative building known as Red Square or ‘Stadthuys’ before exploring the finest temple in Malaysia – Cheng Hoon Teng Temple. The peaceful unity of Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism found in the same complex is a unique feature of this temple. Take a stroll along Malacca River before returning to Kuala Lumpur.
Begin your journey today to Cameron Highlands. Enjoy the crisp air and breathtaking views of verdant tea plantations at 5000ft above sea level. On the way, stop by Iskandar Waterfall passing by gurgling jungle streams. Some of the main attractions in this area include Rose Garden, green rolling hills of lush tea plantations as well as a Butterfly Farm. The cooler climate due to higher altitude and abundant water is perfect for cultivating tea and is also the perfect environment for unique flora and fauna species. Take a sip of your favourite tea (own expense).
Enjoy breakfast with a free morning at your own leisure. Travel to Penang.
Explore Penang Island today. First stop will be Tropical Spice Garden, an award-winning landscaped tropical garden that is home to more than 500 species of tropical plants and herbs from around the world. Next, visit Penang Craft Batik Factory and learn how the pioneers of batik manufacturing create quality batik garments using complex prints and patterns. Afterwards, taste juicy tropical fruits at Penang Tropical Fruit Farm. The farm grows 370 edible fruits species including exotic ones, such as durians. Stroll through The Weld Quay Clan Jetties Waterfront Settlement, a living heritage that served as one of the main South Asia ports for trading before visiting Khoo Kongsi, the extravagant clan house of the most distinctive Chinese clan association in Malaysia. The building is most famous for its gorgeous gold decorations and detailed ornamental carvings. Walk down ‘The Street of Harmony’, a street with a variety of places of worship grouped together, including Kapitan Keling Mosque, Kuan-Yin-Ten; Chinese temple as a symbol of pride, compassion and love, and St George’s Church; South East Asia’s oldest Anglican Church. In the afternoon, visit Kek Lok Si Temple, where a magnificent 30.2m tall bronze statue of Guanyin and the temple’s pagoda decorated with 10,000 statues of Buddha is the main drawcard for many Buddhist pilgrimages. Ride a funicular train up to Penang Hill for some fresh breeze and a stunning panoramic view of Georgetown.
Free time during the day at your own leisure to explore Georgetown. Penang is the home of finest oriental cuisine and also a gourmet’s paradise. Tour continues in the evening. Hop on a beca, an open-fronted pedal-powered ride, and speed through the bustling streets of Georgetown. Take a closer look at Kapitan Keling Mosque, Kuan Yin Teng and St George’s Church. Afterwards, explore Penang’s famous ‘Red Garden Food Paradise’ offering a one stop destination for delicious local and international hawker food.
Transfer to the airport for your homebound or onward flight via connecting cities.
Arrive home this morning.

Optional Post-Tour Extension

Langkawi Island 2 Nights

Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills. The shoreline is fringed by powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees.

Fly to Langkawi. Your friendly tour guide will meet you at the airport and transfer to the hotel.
This morning join a Mangrove Safari by boat cruising through protected mangroves, lush aquatic forests and blue lagoons. Appreciate the natural wonders of the marine ecosystem and wildlife from thick mangrove trees to majestic soaring eagles, such as the Brahminy Kite Eagle, the symbol of Langkawi. Journey on to see some dramatic limestone karst formations that were created millions of years ago. Head further to Bat Cave where a large population of Malaysian fruit bats hang upside down on the ceiling. Afterwards, spend some time at a Fish Breeding Farm to have a closer look at marine life. Place your hands into the water and feed stingrays and watch a white-headed eagle feeding in the geopark water area. Their speed can reach up to 200km/h to pick up a prey. Retreat to Tanjung Rhu, an island resort perfect for swimming and sunbathing at an isolated beach. Today’s last stop is at one of Langkawi’s oldest seafood restaurant for lunch, the Floating Fish Farm Restaurant. This open-air eatery affords a spectacular view of the Andaman Sea.
Transfer to the airport for your homebound or onward flight via connecting cities.
Arrive home this morning.

Optional Post-Tour Extension

Wildlife Borneo 8 Nights

Gaya Island, Kinabalu, Selingan Island, Sandakan, Sepilok, Sukau Rainforest, Kinabatangan River, Menanggul River

As the third-largest island in the world and the largest island in Asia, Borneo is jam-packed with everything a traveller could imagine. Scenic trekking circuits, river safari cruises, and rainforest lodge stays are some of the main drawcards to this region. From shaggy orangutans swinging through emerald-green canopies to the giant carnivorous Rafflesia flower, Borneo’s biodiversity, containing 6% of the world’s biodiversity, is remarkable.

Highlights

  • Marvel at the dramatic Mt. Kinabalu from UNESCO World Heritage Kinabalu Park
  • See friendly orphaned orangutans at Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre
  • Stay in an award winning Sukau Rainforest Lodge
  • Experience the magic of baby green turtles being released into the sea at Selingan Island
  • Observe Borneo’s diverse wildlife on a river cruise down the Kinabatangan River
Fly to Kota Kinabalu. Your friendly tour guide will waiting at the airport to transfer you to the hotel.
Travel to Gaya Island today surrounded by protected mangroves, lush tropical rainforests and sheltered coral reefs just 30 mins away from Kota Kinabalu. On arrival, go on an adventure on a jungle trail and discover Borneo’s unique tropical plants. Enjoy a picnic lunch box for lunch. Spend the afternoon at your own leisure on a beautiful beach, swimming, and snorkelling or just relaxing before taking a boat back to Kota Kinabalu.
Today, travel to the foothills of Mt. Kinabalu at 1500m in the UNESCO World Heritage Kinabalu Park housing more than 4,500 species of flora and fauna. En route, stop by Pekan Nabalu Market and sample local and seasonal tropical fruits. At the foothills, marvel at the majestic views of Mt Kinabalu, the highest mountain in Malaysia (4,095m). Later, visit Kinabalu Natural History Gallery and Mountain Garden. If weather permits, go on a guided tour to explore the verdant forest laced with crisp mountain air. Today’s last stop is Poring Treetop Canopy Walk where suspended bridges across the canopy at 41m high offer a different view of the jungle.
Board a flight from Kota Kinabalu Airport to Sandakan. Travel to Selingan Island by boat. Spend today at your own leisure. You may go on a walk and explore the island or otherwise, go swimming and snorkelling (rental gear is available on the island). Selingan Island is known as Turtle Island for its efforts in rescuing the endangered green and hawksbill turtles. After dinner, observe Green Turtles lay eggs and rangers transplanting the eggs to the hatchery and releasing the baby turtles out on their first journey into the sea.
Return to Sandakan by boat today. Stroll through a town market lined with stands that sell local fish, assorted snacks and seasonal fruits. Next, visit Puu Jih Shih Buddhist Temple, a relatively new Buddhist temple adorned with elaborate golden Buddha statues and dragons. As the temple is situated on top of the hill, enjoy panoramic views of Sandakan Bay. Later, learn the history of one of the oldest buildings in Sandakan at St. Michael’s and All Angels Church. Also, visit Agnes Keith House, the former residence of the famous American author. Learn about her books and her family life as you explore the house furnished with reproduced colonial furniture, genuine antiques and other objects of significance. Afterwards, explore a unique floating village on stilts – Sim Sim Water Village. Before lunch, proceed to Sandakan War Memorial Park erected to commemorate those who lost their lives during World War II. Final stop is at the Rainforest Discovery Centre where you can wander through the botanical wonderland and catch a bird’s eye view from the canopy walk bridge.
Head to Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre this morning and learn how orphaned orangutans are cared for and rehabilitated. You may have the chance to see them during feeding time. Next, visit Borneo Sun Bear Conservation Centre, where you can see the world’s smallest bear. Transfer to Sandakan by boat to check in to the multiple award-winning Sukau Rainforest Lodge accommodation nestled on the banks of Borneo’s Kinabatangan River, which is home to a host of extravagant wildlife. Hop on a short River Safari Cruise in the evening.
Take a Safari River Cruise on Kinabatangan River to Oxbow Lake to see Borneo’s diverse wildlife refuge: saltwater crocodiles, colourful birds and occasionally the Asian elephant can be sighted. Proceed to Hornbill Boardwalk for an educational tour. In the afternoon, join an Orangutan Talk Activity before taking another river cruise to spot more wildlife.
Take an early morning Safari River Cruise along the Menanggul River in search of proboscis monkeys and other wildlife. After, travel on land to Gomantong Caves soaring up to 90 m high where various bats and birds can be seen. Return to Sukau.
Return to Sandakan by boat before transferring to the airport for your homebound or onward flight via connecting cities.
Arrive home this morning.

Optional Post-Tour Extension

Chiang Mai 4 Nights

Chiang Mai is a land of misty mountains and colourful hill tribes, a playground for seasoned travellers, a paradise for shoppers and a delight for adventurers. Here the curious can expand their horizons with Thai massage and cooking courses. The aesthete will be bowled over by the variety of handicrafts. The wild child will find plenty of lively nightlife, and the epicure can indulge in wonderful cuisine.

Highlights:

  • Marvel at the intriguing golden spire of the revered Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep
  • Encounter Thailand’s iconic animals at Mae Sa Elephant Camp
  • Stroll through Sankampaeng District and browse local and traditional handicraft
  • Get hands on experience cooking Thai specialities with a Cooking Class
Fly to Chiang Mai. Your friendly tour guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel.
Chiang Mai is the cultural and business centre of northern Thailand. Enjoy a half-day sightseeing tour visiting the region’s most iconic temples. First up is a visit to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, one of the most sacred temples with its architecture retaining a distinctive northern Thailand flair embellished with ornate decoration including a giant gold spire and statues of a white elephant and a green glass Buddha. Thereafter, explore Wat Chedi Luang, an age-old temple with its four sides guarded by large Naga Serpent staircases. Then explore Wat Phra Singh or The Temple of the Lion Buddha. This temple complex is considered to be the most revered temple in Chiang Mai and is a residence for hundreds of novices and monks. After, wander through the memorial garden of Wat Suan Dok, where white chedis (Buddhist stupa) stand. Enjoy a free afternoon at your own leisure. In the evening, transfer from hotel to enjoy the Khantoke Dinner with Thai Classical Dance Show.
Meet the iconic elephants today at Mae Sa Elephant Camp located in the scenic Mae Sa valley. Elephants were once trained to work with timber loggers to drag the fallen trees away. Observe the trainers in the camp demonstrate the skills and intelligence of these gentle creatures. For adventurous travellers, an elephant ride is available as an optional program (at own expense). Next, visit Meo Hill Tribal Village to meet Meo Hill Tribe who migrated to North Thailand before visiting an Orchid Farm on the way back to admire a spectacular range of exotic and colourful flowers.
Chiang Mai’s cultural history is rich as it is extraordinary. It is no wonder why Sankampaeng District is the heart of the handicraft industry; most of Thailand’s handicrafts are from this area. Wander around stores selling silk, traditional umbrellas, paintings, cotton weaving, lacquer ware and more. Join a cooking class later today and learn how to cook local Thai cuisine. Enjoy your own cooked meal for dinner.
Transfer to the airport for your homebound or onward flight via connecting cities.
Arrive home this morning.

Optional Post-Tour Extension

Thailand Splendours 8 Nights

Bangkok, Kanchanaburi, Ayutthaya, Pattaya

Enjoy the highest level of service with deluxe hotel accommodations, ground transfers, friendly tour guides and sightseeing. From temples and Grand Palace of Bangkok, to the exotic River Kwai and Ayutthaya, then island hopping and snorkelling at Pattaya.

Highlights:

  • Relax on a cruise along Chao Phraya River and witness ancient temples and modern landmarks
  • Explore Damnoen Saduak Floating Market by riding a boat along the small canal
  • Marvel at ancient architecture in Ayutthaya Historical Park listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Pray to golden Buddha at Wat Sothon Wararam Worawihan Temple
Fly to Bangkok, Thailand’s capital city. Upon arrival, you will be warmly greeted and transferred to your hotel.
Bangkok radiates modernity with a deep root in Buddhist tradition. After breakfast, explore the city starting with the Reclining Buddha, a signature sight representing Buddhism. Take a stroll by China Town, and visit the largest local wholesale flower market at Paklong Talat. In the afternoon, take a boat ride along the Chao Phaya River and Canals by a local speed boat. Visit Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, one of Thailand’s best known landmarks built in the 17th century by King Taksin. Spend your evening at leisure, or enjoy an optional Thai dinner ($45) while watching classical dance at the Silom Village Restaurant.
Enjoy the day at leisure or join our optional Bangkok Day Tour & Boat Ride along the River of the King ($60). During this optional tour we visit the Grand Palace and the Emerald Buddha Temple, regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand, the emerald Buddha housed in the temple is a potent religio-political symbol and the palladium of Thai society. Explore the city on your own this afternoon, or watch an optional Siam Niramit Light & Sound Show ($65), a world class showcase of Thai culture with incredible visual effects, followed by a classic Thai dinner.
This morning, after breakfast, transfer to the city of Kanchanaburi. Along the way, visit the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market with a boat trip along the small canal. You will have some free time to browse through the vendors. Continue the journey to the provincial capital Kanchanaburi. Upon arrival, visit a WWII cemetery site and the bridge at the Kwai River, and ride a mini train over the bridge. Learn about history at the Death Railway Museum at WWII War Memorial.
Depart Kanchanaburi for the historic city of Ayutthaya, the second Siamese capital after Sukhothai for over 400 years, once the largest city in Southeast Asia. Start the city tour by visiting the Ayutthaya Historical Park in the city centre, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. The remains, characterized by the reliquary towers and gigantic monasteries, give an idea of its glorious past, envision the grandeur and splendour that once was the Kingdom of Ayutthaya as you walk through the ancient town. After lunch, continue to the Chai Wattanaram Temple, built by King Prasat Thong, a commoner who overthrew the previous king and took his throne. Here, you can enjoy the peaceful and tranquil surroundings of Siam before dinner.
Transfer to Pattaya after breakfast. Start your morning with a visit to the illustrious Bang Pa-In
Royal Palace
, a lakeside complex used as a summer dwelling by the Siamese royalty and their consorts, created by King Prasat Thong in 1632. Continue to drive to Pattaya. Stop by a Gem Gallery en route, visit a Theme Park- Dark Ride into a spectacular show of the glittering world of gems.
After breakfast at the resort, enjoy a day of leisure. You may also join an optional day cruise to the idyllic beaches of Koh Larn, or Coral Island ($55), relax on the white sand and enjoy a seafood lunch there. This former sleepy fishing village boasts translucent blue waters, brimming with an abundance of coral and marine life.
Have a restful morning at leisure and check out of the resort. Transfer to Bangkok in the afternoon, visit the province Chachoengsao en route in south-central Thailand, east of Bangkok. It is an agricultural hub centred on the Bang Pakong River, which runs the length of the province. The main town, also called Chachoengsao, sits on the river’s edge. It’s known for the stately Wat Sathon Wararam Worawihan temple, which has an important Buddha image, making the temple is one of the most famous in Thailand. Continue the drive to Bangkok airport. We will check in at airport hotel for rest.
Transfer to the airport for your homebound or onward flight via connecting cities.
Arrive home this morning.

Optional Pre-Tour Extension

Singapore Stopover 2 Nights

Singapore is loved as a hot destination with full of contrasts inside a small area. Gardens by the Bay is a must see attraction in Singapore. It is a massive garden with 101 hectares of reclaimed land with rich diversity of plants as well as light up decorations. Do not forget about culinary delights in Singapore. Their food culture is diverse; Chinese, Indian and Malay dish such as Stir Fry Noodles, Laksa and are also well known. You will see hundreds of street foods in China Town.

Fly to Singapore via connecting cities and transfer to your hotel for rest.
Today is free at your leisure. You may choose from a variety of activities covered by your Multi Pass (Note: transportation is not included, however, most venues are covered by the SIA Hop-on Bus).
After breakfast, fly to Kuala Lumpur. Upon arrival, you will be warmly greeted and transferred to the hotel.