What hits you immediately when you land in Singapore, is that there are no traffic policemen, no beggars, no vendors, no posters, no garbage and no pollution. However, this country has a lot on offer from nature to culture to action. Singapore is one of the three city states in the world along with Vatican and Monaco. The island gets its name from the word Singapura, meaning Lion city in Sanskrit. Sang Nila Utama, a Srivijayan Prince saw a creature he thought was a lion and named this island Singapura. But the truth is, there were no lions ever in Singapore, except now in the zoos. The neighbouring country Malaysia is a different experience with quaint riverside towns, heritage, great cuisine, and amazing wildlife. We have tried to create a small capsule for you combining the heritage of Melacca and natural wonders of Singapore.
Come Beyonder as we take you on this short journey to the new old towns of Singapore and Malaysia.

$ 795

(Per person for a group of 2 people on a twin sharing basis)

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Day 01:
Arrival in Singapore, Night Safari

Arrive in Singapore, explore the city at leisure and in the evening proceed for the Night Safari. Explore any of the three walking trails on foot, the Fishing Cat Trail, the Leopard Trail or the Forest Giants Trail. Or take a 45 minute tram ride covering 3.2 km to catch endearing antics of rhinos, elephants, giraffes, tapirs, tigers and lions, along with a variety

Day 2:
Sentosa islands

Be transported to Sentosa by a scenic Cable Car Ride. On the island, visit the Dolphin Lagoon. At the Underwater World, you will be taken on a voyage to the bottom of the sea. The tour ends with a visit to Songs of the Sea, Singapore’s multi-sensory extravaganza, to watch a world-class water show comprising dramatic effects, water jets, lasers, bursts of fire and foot-tapping music set in the sea
Sentosa island ticket includes admission to One Way Cable Car Ride, Dolphin Lagoon, Underwater World and Wings of Time.

Day 3:
Singapore city tour

Explore the city by driving round the Civic district, passing by the Padang, Cricket Club, Parliament house, Supreme Court and the City Hall. Also stop at the Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of the Marina Bay. Visit the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of the Oldest Buddhist temples. Proceed to the National Orchid Gardens, located within Singapore Botanic Gardens.

Day 4:
Get transferred to Melacca (Malaysia) by Bus

Travel by road to Malacca – a UNESCO World heritage city, step into the 19th century in the midst of the colonial buildings, cobbled streets and a laid back lifestyle around a river that runs through the town. Enjoy the river cruise in the evening and don’t forget the colourful Trishaw ride. End the day
with clothes and souvenir shopping at the quaint Jonker Street before relaxing with a beer at the waterfront… Overnight stay in Melacca

Day 5:
Melacca -KL

Visit the various sights – the superbly maintained Red Square, Stadthuys, the historic St. Paul’s Church, the Malacca Museum Complex and the Famosa Fortress. In the afternoon, drive to KL and Say hello to the exotic birds flying free in the KL Bird Park and bargain-hunt in the famous China Town before hitting the night-life in TREC… overnight in KL

Day 6:
KL city tour & Batu caves

Visit interesting such as the China Town, King’s Palace, National Museum, National Monument, Drive through Lake Gardens, Old Railway Station, Merdeka Square, Sultan Abdul Monument building, Petronas Twin Towers and the Chocolate Factory. Experience the natural marvel of Batu caves – a cave temple set in an ancient limestone hill… End the day with some amazing cuisine at the Jalon Alor – barbecued meats, noodles and desserts recognised as some of the best (and cheapest) in the city. Overnight in KL

Day 7:
Kuala Selangor with Fireflies and Sea food

Tour a royal burial ground, an ancient fort and a local fishing village—where you’ll also enjoy a seafood dinner filled with fresh catch—and float through mangroves. Witness the wonder of thousands of glittering fireflies as the sun set and evening falls. Overnight stay in KL

Day 7:
Departure

Explore the city at leisure and get transferred to the airport for your flight back home

Inclusions

7 night accommodation in a 3 Star hotel with breakfast on a twin share basis
Airport transfers by public transport
Sightseeing as mentioned in the itinerary
Bus Ride from Singapore to Malacca and Malacca to KL

Exclusions

Air fare, visa charges and travel insurance
Any other expense not mentioned in the itinerary
Taxes, as applicable

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