7-days Singapore and Malaysia Travel Booking
Join our package tour to Malaysia and Singapore, tourists have chance to discover both ancient mystical Malaysia and modern flashy Singapore. Singapore is considered as an electronic market of the region while Malaysia is referred to as an ideal shopping center of consumer goods...
The first and foremost impression that Singapore gives to visitors is its cleanliness. All of the streets, trees and even cars are squeaky clean. There are no beggars, hawkers and policemen on the streets; however, self-consciousness of the people here are very high and the security situation is quite good.
Singapore is called "a park in the city", but maybe "a city in the park" is more proper. City planning is by each centimeter and each area is decorated like a fine painting. Land is quite cramped yet airy because people are living in condominiums, making no scene of houses huddling together by street sides.
Malaysia consists of Malai Peninsular and two states named Sarawak and Saba located on the northwest coast of Borneo Island. Under the Federal Constitution, Islam is the national religion of Malaysia. Malaysia is one of the countries with developed economy, with advantages such as oil and gas, agriculture and tourism ...
Malaysia is seen as a country full of charisma and a beautiful tropical paradise which lies at the crossroads of the world's leading culinary.
Singapore is well known as a country of electronics while Malaysia offers a world of civil items. Indeed Malaysia is a perfect complement destination for your holiday.
DAY 1: HANOI - SINGAPORE (D)
Get picked up and transferred to Noi Bai Airport at 04:30 for your flight to Singapore (depart 07:35 – arrive 11:51). Arrive at Changi International Airport (Singapore).
Spend the first afternoon in Singapore visiting Faber Hill and catching panoramic view of the most modern harbor in Southeast Asia. Check in to your hotel in Singapore.
Have dinner in restaurant. Spend the night at your own leisure. You are advised to join a boat trip on the river nearby your hotel and admire sparkling Singapore by night.
DAY 2: SINGAPORE - GARDENS BY THE BAY (B, L, D)
After breakfast, you have visits to the Botanical Gardens, Parliament Buildings, Merlion Park, Suntec City Building and Esplanade - Theaters on the Bay. Have lunch at a Korean BBQ restaurant which offers scrumptious baked dishes.
Afternoon visits: Gardens by the Bay - a park spanning 101 hectares (250 acres) of reclaimed land in central Singapore intended to become Singapore's premier urban outdoor recreation space, and a national icon; the largest diamond center of the island country and a famous wind-oil shop of Singapore. Next destinations includes Sentosa Island and the Wax Museum. Have dinner in a restaurant on the island. Enjoy a spectacular water music show at 19:40.
Stay overnight in Singapore.
DAY 3: SINGAPORE - MALACCA (B, L, D)
After breakfast, we depart for Malacca – an ancient city of Malaysia which has been existing for 600 years.
In Malacca, we have visits to Malacca Ancient Fort, Jonkers Old Town and the China Town. Those interested in shopping can continue to visit budget shops nearby your hotels.
Have dinner and stay overnight in Malacca.
DAY 4: MALACCA – KUALA LUMPUR (B, L, D)
07:00 Have lunch at your hotel then take departure to Kuala Lumpur, where you have visits to the new administrative zone of Kuala Lumpur: New City – Putrajaya, the Parliament House and some ancient building such as Masjid Jamek, Sultan Abdul Samad Villas and the National Mosque.
After lunch time, proceed to Petronas Twin Towers to take photos and admire the tallest twin building in the world. The buildings are the landmark of Kuala Lumpur with nearby Kuala Lumpur Tower. We also give you some free time to do shopping at the supermarket complex of Petronas.
Have lunch in restaurant. Stay overnight in three-star Radius Hotel or a similar one.
DAY 5: KUALA LUMPUR (B, L, D)
Have breakfast at your hotel. Today's city tour will reveal to you a dynamic sparkling Kuala Lumpur with its Royal Palace, Victory Monument and Independence Square.
Enjoy a dainty lunch at local restaurant. We then visit and practise ceremony at Thien Hau Temple. Time after dinner is free at your own leisure. You are advised to stop at some big supermarkets of Kuala Lumpur for shopping. Stay overnight in three-star Radius Hotel or a similar one.
DAY 6: KUALA LUMPUR - GENTING HIGHLANDS - KUALA LUMPUR (B, L, D)
After breakfast, get picked up by our driver and guide for transfer to Genting Highlands - a hill resort in Malaysia developed by Genting Group. It is nestled on a mountain peak (maximum elevation about 1,860 metres) within the Titiwangsa Mountains. Make en route visit at Batu Caves, one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India, dedicated to Lord Murugan. It is the focal point of Hindu festival of Thaipusam in Malaysia. Have lunch in restaurant and continue the route to Genting Highlands.
Arriving in Genting Highlands, we let you free to do shopping and admire its spectacular hotels, busy casinos and amazing theme park. While the casinos are central to Genting Highlands, the theme park provides fun rides and activities for adults and children alike, while the First World Plaza is a colourful shopping center with a collection of family restaurants and trendy outlets.
Stay overnight in three-star Radius Hotel or a similar one.
DAY 7: KUALA LUMPUR - HANOI (B)
After having breakfast at hotel, spend the morning at your own leisure (shopping at the city's trendy supermarkets is recommended). Today you are responsible for your lunch.
Check out of hotel and enjoy driving to duty-free stores for shopping. Our bus then transfer you to the airport for your flight back Vietnam. As the aircraft lands at Noi Bai airport, you are transfered to Hanoi downtown. End of services!