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10 Days Malaysia, Singapore Thailand Deluxe Tour

Tour Code: MST10E

Dates & Rates

Highlights

  • Stay at 5-star hotel in Malaysia & Bangkok, high quality hotel in downtown, Singapore.
  • Visit important attractions of Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand.
  • Arrange for English-speaking tour guide (or driver guide).

Daily Itinerary

Day 1:  Arrive in Kuala Lumpur(KUL)
Arrival at Kuala Lumpur Airport, pick up and transfer to the hotel with our receptionist. Guests can check-in hotel after 2pm.
Hotel: Hilton Petaling Jaya or similar

Day 2: Kuala Lumpur  
In the morning, explore the city to visit Batu Cave, Istana Negara from outside, National Monument, Merdeka Square and Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. After lunch, head to river of life, which was known as “the top ten best River Scenic cities in the world” . Jamek Mosque is the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur. Then visit Petaling Street and Kwai Chai Hong, which is the “online popular scenic spot”.  (B/L)
Hotel: Hilton Petaling Jaya or similar

Day 3:  Kuala Lumpur- Malacca
In the morning, head to Putrajaya, which is the administrative center of Malaysia. visit Putra Square and Masjid Putra – this is the largest mosque in Malaysia. Then visit Astaka Morocco and China-Malaysia Friendship Garden. After lunch, transfer to Malacca, visit the Sam Po Keng Temple, Sam Po Keng well and Malacca Strait Mosque, which is the only mosque built on water. Then take a boat trip to the Malacca River to enjoy the unique buildings and scenic spots of the ancient city of Malacca. Go ahead to Jonker Street and Cheng Ho Cultural Museum.  (B/L)
Hotel: Hatten Hotel Melaka or similar

Day 4:  Malacca-Singapore
After breakfast, visit Red Square Dutch Square, which is the landmark building of Malacca. Then visit the sites of St. Paul’s church, A Famosa and Cheng Hoon Teng Temple. After lunch, visit Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum, which shows the lifestyle of Baba and Nyonya at the end of the 19th century. After that, end your trip to Malaysia and take a bus to Singapore.  (B)
Hotel: Royal Plaza on Scotts or Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Seran or similar

Day 5:  Singapore
In the morning, explore the city by driving around the Civic District, passing by the Singapore Cricket Club, historic Parliament House and the National Gallery Singapore. Stop at the Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of Marina Bay. Visit Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before driving past Little India and Chinatown. In the afternoon, head to the top 10 indoor gardens of the world, Gardens by the Bay.  (B)
Hotel: Royal Plaza on Scotts or Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Seran or similar

Day 6:  Singapore(SIN)/Bangkok(BKK)
Fly to Bangkok, transfer to hotel upon arrival. The rest of the day is on your own arrangement. The hotel check-in time is after 2pm.  (B)
Hotel: Swissotel Bangkok or Jasmine 59 or similar

Day 7:  Bangkok-Pattaya
Visit the Grand Palace. The palace represents the spirit of Thailand, including the collections of drawings, sculptures, and structures. Near the palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo) is also a well-known spot for tourists. This temple is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. Stop at China Town, Bangkok’s Chinatown is the biggest Chinese community in Thailand. It is the largest gold trading market in Thailand and it is also a popular destination for people who love food.  Afterwards, transfer to Pattaya.  (B/D)
Hotel: Aiyara Grand or Sn Connx or similar

Day 8:  Pattaya
After breakfast, have an exciting speed boat trip to the beautiful Coral Island is where all kinds of water activities are available to all. Then, visit the Nooch Cultural Village. Explore this enormous recreational park with its stunning manicured gardens. Here you’ll get to see a huge variety of of plants and watch the popular the elephant show.   (B/L/D)
Hotel: Aiyara Grand or Sn Connx or similar

Day 9:  Pattaya-Bangkok
After breakfast, visit the the Sanctuary of Truth. It is an architecture marvel composed entirely of wood without any metal nails and exemplifies hand-hewn woodworking skills in Thailand. Then, transfer back to Bangkok, stop by the King Rama IX Park, the largest park in Bangkok. Next, visit the 4 Faced Buddha, a a Hindu shrine located in front of Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel. Both Thai people and foreigners like to visit this place and worship this famous holy object. Later on, enjoy your time in IconSiam, which is the most impressive shopping centre in Bangkok.  (B/L)
Hotel:Swissotel Bangkok or Jasmine 59 or similar

Day 10:  Leave Bangkok
After breakfast, transfer to the airport to return to your home. (departs at 09:00am)  (B)

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Remarks

* Surchange for below 4 pax: $150/pp.

* Travelers must hold a vaccination certificate showing full vaccination and a travel insurance cover for COVID-19.

* Our group provides assistance regarding PCR Tests for flight back to USA/Canada(the expenses need be paid extra): each time around $130/pp.

* The price does not include the air ticket from Singapore to Bangkok, International connecting flights are suggested for this tour.

*We reserve the right to change our tour itineraries depending on the local government’s COVID-19 safety policies.

  • Stay at 5-star hotel in Malaysia & Bangkok, high quality hotel in downtown, Singapore.
  • Visit important attractions of Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand.
  • Arrange for English-speaking tour guide (or driver guide).

Daily Itinerary

Day 1:  Arrive in Kuala Lumpur(KUL)
Arrival at Kuala Lumpur Airport, pick up and transfer to the hotel with our receptionist. Guests can check-in hotel after 2pm.
Hotel: Hilton Petaling Jaya or similar

Day 2: Kuala Lumpur  
In the morning, explore the city to visit Batu Cave, Istana Negara from outside, National Monument, Merdeka Square and Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. After lunch, head to river of life, which was known as “the top ten best River Scenic cities in the world” . Jamek Mosque is the oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur. Then visit Petaling Street and Kwai Chai Hong, which is the “online popular scenic spot”.  (B/L)
Hotel: Hilton Petaling Jaya or similar

Day 3:  Kuala Lumpur- Malacca
In the morning, head to Putrajaya, which is the administrative center of Malaysia. visit Putra Square and Masjid Putra – this is the largest mosque in Malaysia. Then visit Astaka Morocco and China-Malaysia Friendship Garden. After lunch, transfer to Malacca, visit the Sam Po Keng Temple, Sam Po Keng well and Malacca Strait Mosque, which is the only mosque built on water. Then take a boat trip to the Malacca River to enjoy the unique buildings and scenic spots of the ancient city of Malacca. Go ahead to Jonker Street and Cheng Ho Cultural Museum.  (B/L)
Hotel: Hatten Hotel Melaka or similar

Day 4:  Malacca-Singapore
After breakfast, visit Red Square Dutch Square, which is the landmark building of Malacca. Then visit the sites of St. Paul’s church, A Famosa and Cheng Hoon Teng Temple. After lunch, visit Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum, which shows the lifestyle of Baba and Nyonya at the end of the 19th century. After that, end your trip to Malaysia and take a bus to Singapore.  (B)
Hotel: Royal Plaza on Scotts or Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Seran or similar

Day 5:  Singapore
In the morning, explore the city by driving around the Civic District, passing by the Singapore Cricket Club, historic Parliament House and the National Gallery Singapore. Stop at the Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of Marina Bay. Visit Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples, before driving past Little India and Chinatown. In the afternoon, head to the top 10 indoor gardens of the world, Gardens by the Bay.  (B)
Hotel: Royal Plaza on Scotts or Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Seran or similar

Day 6:  Singapore(SIN)/Bangkok(BKK)
Fly to Bangkok, transfer to hotel upon arrival. The rest of the day is on your own arrangement. The hotel check-in time is after 2pm.  (B)
Hotel: Swissotel Bangkok or Jasmine 59 or similar

Day 7:  Bangkok-Pattaya
Visit the Grand Palace. The palace represents the spirit of Thailand, including the collections of drawings, sculptures, and structures. Near the palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo) is also a well-known spot for tourists. This temple is regarded as the most sacred Buddhist temple in Thailand. Stop at China Town, Bangkok’s Chinatown is the biggest Chinese community in Thailand. It is the largest gold trading market in Thailand and it is also a popular destination for people who love food.  Afterwards, transfer to Pattaya.  (B/D)
Hotel: Aiyara Grand or Sn Connx or similar

Day 8:  Pattaya
After breakfast, have an exciting speed boat trip to the beautiful Coral Island is where all kinds of water activities are available to all. Then, visit the Nooch Cultural Village. Explore this enormous recreational park with its stunning manicured gardens. Here you’ll get to see a huge variety of of plants and watch the popular the elephant show.   (B/L/D)
Hotel: Aiyara Grand or Sn Connx or similar

Day 9:  Pattaya-Bangkok
After breakfast, visit the the Sanctuary of Truth. It is an architecture marvel composed entirely of wood without any metal nails and exemplifies hand-hewn woodworking skills in Thailand. Then, transfer back to Bangkok, stop by the King Rama IX Park, the largest park in Bangkok. Next, visit the 4 Faced Buddha, a a Hindu shrine located in front of Grand Hyatt Erawan Hotel. Both Thai people and foreigners like to visit this place and worship this famous holy object. Later on, enjoy your time in IconSiam, which is the most impressive shopping centre in Bangkok.  (B/L)
Hotel:Swissotel Bangkok or Jasmine 59 or similar

Day 10:  Leave Bangkok
After breakfast, transfer to the airport to return to your home. (departs at 09:00am)  (B)

Images

Remarks

* Surchange for below 4 pax: $150/pp.

* Travelers must hold a vaccination certificate showing full vaccination and a travel insurance cover for COVID-19.

* Our group provides assistance regarding PCR Tests for flight back to USA/Canada(the expenses need be paid extra): each time around $130/pp.

* The price does not include the air ticket from Singapore to Bangkok, International connecting flights are suggested for this tour.

*We reserve the right to change our tour itineraries depending on the local government’s COVID-19 safety policies.

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