offer airport transfers and
two sightseeing tours plus
hotels from £30pppn
by the UK since 1841, Hong Kong was finally returned to China
on 1 July 1997, though little appears to have changed since
the handover. Hawkers and traders still sit in the shadow
of modern sky scrapers and the old ferry still plys between
the mainland and the island.
known as a shopping destination, Hong Kong is also a culinary
delight, with a wide range of Chinese food as well as many
top quality international restaurants. There are many islands
around Hong Kong which can also be worth a visit, including
Lantau, home to the world's largest outdoors bronze Buddha.
visit to Hong Kong can make a great stopping-off destination
as part of a visit to Asia or even as part of a longer trip
to Australia or New Zealand.
city of Singapore is full of the sights and tastes of Asia.
A perfect place for both sight-seeing and shopping and a relaxing
end to a holiday in Indochina.
Sir Stamford Raffles established Singapore as a trading station
with a policy of free trade attracted merchants from all over
Asia and from as far afield as the United States and the Middle
East. By 1824, just five years after the founding of modern
Singapore, the population had grown from a mere 150 to 10,000.
In 1832, Singapore became the centre of government for the
Straits Settlements of Penang, Malacca and
Singapore. Since Singapore became an independent republic
in 1965 it has continued to develop and expand and to day
is still an important trading centre. We can book you a range
of hotels, including the world famous Raffles, which is a
sightseeing experience in itself, and arrange various city
tours to help you get the most out of your stay.
tour, harbour cruise
and twighlight dinner cruise
can be experienced in addition to a night
safari adventure ; hotels from
Lumpur, or "KL" as it is commonly known, is the
focal point of new Malaysia. Originally started as a tin mining
post it quickly developed into an important trading town of
the British Empire. While the city's past is still present
in the evocative British Colonial Buildings. The city's bustling
streets, its shining, modern office towers, and its cosmopolitan
air project an unbounded spirit of progress and symbolise
Malaysia's unhesitating leap into the future. As the entry
point for most visitors and the meeting point of the country's
many attractions, Kuala Lumpur is a grand gateway to a fascinating
destination. The busy capital of Malaysia mixes old and new,
with the tallest building in the world and colonial Merdaka
Square. Busy Chinatown is a fascinating place to wander and
we can also show you some of the highlights of mainland Malaysia.
two tours available from 'KL': Half
day city tour and the Malacca
tour and a variety of hotels from
9 Days Malaysia Classic
- Cameron Highlands - Penang - Banding - Kota Bharu - Cherating
- Kuala Lumpur.
Ref MCL9: Price £625.00 per person based on two people sharing.
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