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13 Days | 10 Nights
Availability : Jan 16’ - Dec 16’
South Africa
Malaysia, Singapore & Bangkok
Tour Details

This multi-ethnic, multicultural, and multilingual society that has substantial influences derived from Chinese and Indian culture dates back to when foreign trade began and is a beautiful trip to take. The original culture of the area stemmed from indigenous tribes that inhabited it, along with the Malays who later moved there. Other cultural influences include the Persian, Arabic and British cultures.

Dining, along with shopping, is said to be the country’s national pastime. The focus on food has led countries like Australia to attract Singaporean tourists with food-based itineraries. The diversity of food is touted as a reason to visit the country, and the government sees the variety of food representing different ethnicities as a symbol of its multiculturalism. The “national fruit” of Singapore is the durian.

In popular culture, food items belong to a particular ethnicity, with Chinese, Indian and Malay food clearly defined. However, the diversity of cuisine has been increased further by the “hybridization” of different styles (e.g., the Peranakan style, a mix of Chinese and Malay cuisine). Since the 1990s, the government has been promoting Singapore as a centre for arts and culture – the performing arts and to transform the country into a cosmopolitan “gateway between the East and West”. Since Singapore is a small island with a high population density, the number of private cars on the road is restricted to curb pollution and congestion.

Bangkok is one of the world’s top tourist destination cities. The culture of Bangkok reflects its position as Thailand’s centre of wealth and modernization. The city has long been the portal of entry of Western concepts and material goods, which have been adopted and blended with Thai values to various degrees by its residents.

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Itinerary

Day 1

Meet at O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, three hours prior to your departure. Sit back and relax during your overnight flight to Bangkok to begin your holiday.

Day 2

Arrive at Bangkok Airport where you shall be greeted by our English-speaking meet and greet staff. Transfers from the airport to your hotel have been organized for you. The rest of the day is yours to enjoy at your own leisure. In the late afternoon, your Thailand adventure shall begin. Your tour guide shall collect you from your hotel and take you to the beautiful historic Chao Phraya River where you shall enjoy a delicious traditional Thai meal while floating along in a conventional Loy Nova teakwood rice barge. Once you have finished this lovely experience, you shall be collected and taken back to your hotel.

Day 3

The day will begin with breakfast at your hotel, which after your tour guide will pick you up and take you on a day of adventure. Your city and temples tour includes visits to:
· Wat Tramit-the beautiful 5-ton Golden Buddha.
· Wat Pho-the largest reclining Buddha statue in Thailand.
· Wat Benchamabophit-Bangkok’s oldest and largest Temple.

After your day filled with history and glorious sights, your evening is yours to enjoy.

Day 4

After breakfast at your hotel, another day of interesting and exciting touring lies ahead of you. Your River Kwai with elephant ride and the bamboo trip includes.
· Transfer from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi.
· Visit to the war cemetery and ‘Bridge over the River Kwai’.
· A trip aboard the ‘Death Railway’ on one of the local trains in Takilen.
· Lunch will be served at a delicious local restaurant.
· One-hour trek on elephant back followed by a bamboo raft trip along the river.
· Back to your hotel for overnight.

Day 5

Arrive at Kuala International Airport where you will transfer to hotel. Check-in and enjoy some refreshments.

Day 6

After you enjoy your breakfast you will visit the majestical Malacca City – a place steeped in ancient history, Melacca was once a trading post for spices from all corners of the world, with influences from the Dutch, Portuguese and Chinese. Also, visit the Baba Nyonya Heritage Private Museum. Overnight at your hotel.

Day 7

After you enjoy your breakfast you will see the best of Kuala Lumpur known as the ‘Gardens City of Lights’, Kuala Lumpur Tower (the tallest communication tower) and enjoy an aerial view of the city. Visit the Royal Palace, drive through China Town and view Masjid Jamek (the oldest Mosque in the city).

Day 8

After you enjoy your breakfast, spend the day at your leisure.

Day 9

After you enjoy your breakfast you will transfer to the airport to fly to Singapore and meet with our English-speaking guide who will assist you with the world’s first night safari in 40 hectares of jungle adjoining the Singapore Zoo. Your tour guide will lead you, and you will be able to see a myriad of nocturnal animals. Overnight in the hotel.

Day 10

After you enjoy your breakfast you will be transported to the Singapore Zoo spreads over 28 hectares and houses over 3,600 mammals, birds and reptiles, including rare and endangered species. It uses natural barriers like streams, rock walls and vegetation to separate animals from visitors. Back to your hotel for the night.

Day 11

After you enjoy your breakfast you can spend the day at your leisure followed by a late afternoon transfer for a night out in Chinatown. Chinatown is filled with a myriad of shops, busy with colourful and exciting activities. At Yong Gallery, the fine art of calligraphy will be demonstrated. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 12

After you enjoy your breakfast, you will be transported to Singapore International Airport for your overnight flight back to O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

Day 13

Arrive at O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

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