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Vietnam Da Lat 6 Days 5 Nights Da Lat + Ho Chi Minh Tour  (Bot Chien Package)

Looking for a relaxing trip with beautiful scenery and a little history mixed in? This tour package to Da Lat and Ho Chi Minh is the perfect one for you. Visit scenic attractions like Flower Garden, Bao Dai’s Summer Palace and Elephant Waterfall in Da Lat, and experience life at Cu Chi, a network of over 200 km of tunnels legendary for their vital role in the war, in Ho Chi Minh.

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Tuyen Lam Lake


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Vietnam Weather

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Vietnam is a Southeast Asian country on the South China Sea known for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and bustling cities. Hanoi, the capital, pays homage to the nation’s iconic Communist-era leader, Ho Chi Minh, via a huge marble mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) has French colonial landmarks, plus Vietnamese War history museums and the Củ Chi tunnels, used by Viet Cong soldiers.
 
1. Unforgettable experiences are everywhere in Vietnam. There’s the sublime: gazing over a surreal seascape of limestone islands from the deck of a traditional junk in Halong Bay. The ridiculous: taking 10 minutes just to cross the street through a tsunami of motorbikes in Hanoi. The inspirational: exploring the world’s most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The comical: watching a moped loaded with honking pigs weave a wobbly route along a country lane. And the contemplative: witnessing a solitary grave in a cemetery of thousands of war victims.
 
2. Vietnamese culture is complex, diverse and represents something of a history lesson. The nation's labyrinthine, teeming trading quarters are rich in indigenous crafts and reflect centuries-old mercantile influences. Ancient temples display distinctly Chinese influences in the north and Hindu origins in the south. Meanwhile the broad, tree-lined boulevards and grand state buildings that grace the capital date from the French colonial period. And it's impossible to forget Vietnam's pivotal position close to the epicentre of East Asian power and prosperity, for its cities' skylines are defined by clusters of glass-and-steel corporate HQs and sleek luxury hotels.
 
3. Most people in Vietnam are ethnic Vietnamese (Kinh), though there are many minority groups who tend to live in the highlands or big cities. The three biggest minorities are the Tay people, Thais and Muong. Others include the Khmers and Hmong. There is a sizable ethnic Chinese community in Ho Chi Minh City, most of whom are descended from migrants from Guangdong province and are hence bilingual in Cantonese, Teochew or other Chinese dialects and Vietnamese. The Chams, who live in the southern coastal areas of the country, represent the bulk of Muslims in Vietnam.
 
4. For most visitors who ascend to these altitudes, the main target is Da Lat, an erstwhile French mountain retreat that appears very romantic from afar, when the mists roll over its pine-crested hilltops, though some find it disappointing close-up, with its dreary architecture and tacky tourist trappings. The city itself is not without its charms, among them a bracing climate, some beguiling colonial buildings, picturesque bike rides and a market overflowing with delectable fruits and vegetables.
 
5. Ha Tien, a remote border town surrounded by Khmer villages, is the best place to hop on a boat to Phu Quoc. The town has also become popular for its international border crossing, which allows beach bums to slide along the coast from Phu Quoc Island to Sihanoukville in Cambodia or vice versa.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival in Ho Chi Minh – Da Lat (No meal)

Welcome to Da Lat
Upon arrival at Ho Chi Minh airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you. Take a transfer to a meeting point before proceeding to take a 6-hour scenic drive to Da Lat, the romantic city that is filled with colonial charm and surrounded by beautiful scenery. Enjoying a lovely temperate climate whole year round, Da Lat is also known as the City of Eternal Spring. After check-in at your hotel, spend the rest of your day at leisure.

 

Day 2:  Da Lat (Breakfast) 

Scenic Da Lat
Revel in the fresh air that Robin Hill offers and proceed to take photographs of the picturesque Tuyen Lam Lake. Immerse in the Zen atmosphere at Phoenix Mountain’s Truc Lam Monastery, one of the most beautiful temples in Vietnam. Admire the beauty of Datanla Waterfall and Bao Dai’s Summer Palace which was King Bao Dai’s place of birth, residence and work. Visit Domaine de Marie Church, home to the Roman Catholic nuns of Mission of Charity, and now not only a place of worship for the locals, but also a destination for visitors from all over the world. Take delight in the world of flowers at Flower Garden, Da Lat’s top attraction located at the end of Xuan Huong Lake which boasts the biggest selection of flowers in Da Lat, before visiting the Dried Flowers Showroom. Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant (at own expense).

 
Day 3:  Da Lat (Breakfast) 
 
Cultural Da Lat 
Visit a coffee plantation (coffee is a symbolic product of the central highlands) and Van Thanh Flower Village which supplies the majority of roses to the market in Da Lat. En route to visit a rice wine distillery, drop by a cricket farm. Observe the local ethnic minority sell their wares at Nam Ban’s rural market. Admire silk-making process from reeling, weaving, bleaching, dyeing, sewing and embroidery at Cuong Hoan Silk Factory. Visit Elephant Waterfall, the most majestic waterfall in the highland provinces and a national heritage, before continuing to Linh An Pagoda, known for its giant statues.

 

Day 4:  Da Lat – Ho Chi Minh (Breakfast) 

Relaxing Ho Chi Minh
After breakfast, take your transfer back to Ho Chi Minh. Upon arrival at Ho Chi Minh, proceed to check-in at your hotel and enjoy the rest of day at leisure.

 

Day 5:  Ho Chi Minh (Breakfast) 

Historical Cu Chi
Embark on a tour of Cu Chi, a network of over 200 km of tunnels legendary for their vital role in the war and now a popular tourist attraction. Watch a short introductory video to find out how the tunnels were constructed before spending the next hour exploring these tunnels which were functioning underground cities in their heyday. Complete the full experience by sampling tea and cassava (guerilla’s food during the war). Enjoy the rest of day at leisure, where you can choose to visit Museum of Ho Chi Minh City, a perfect example of Baroque architecture with European and Oriental influences, Ben Thanh Market, the most popular market in Ho Chi Minh, or Notre Dame Cathedral, the pinnacle of French colonialism.

 

Day 6:  Departure from Ho Chi Minh (Breakfast) 

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Ho Chi Minh airport for homebound flight.

 

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Myanmar Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Mingun 6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Mingun Tour  (Sheen Package)

Tour downtown Yangon - the historic Post Office, Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument - and visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos of the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge and Shwedagon Pagoda, noted for its glittering gold stupa.

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Shwedagon Pagoda


Bagan Sunset


Shwezigon Pagoda

 
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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

Yangon City Highlights
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Start your downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Round off your day with an amazing sunset view at Shwedagon Pagoda.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Beautiful Bagan
Morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. Climb to the top of the temple for magical sunset views.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Irrawaddy River – Bagan (Breakfast)

Scenic Irrawaddy
See most Myanmar people’s real way of life by visiting villages near Bagan. Explore Bagan from a different perspective as you travel on a pony cart. Transfer to jetty and enjoy fabulous views as you cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Shwezigon Pagoda. Catch the spectacular sunset from the boat to end off your day.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery and continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 5: Mandalay – Irrawaddy River – Mingun – Mandalay – Yangon (Breakfast)

Glimpse of Irrawaddy
Take a boat trip up Irrawaddy River to Mingun. Visit the Mingun Bell, Hsinbyume Pagoda and the unfinished Mingun Paya. Take a stroll through Mingun where local craftsmen craft artistic items like traditional basketry. After returning to Mandalay, visit the ruins of the Royal Palace. Transfer to the airport for your evening domestic flight to Yangon.

 

Day 6: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Free & Easy
Free till departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan + Golden Rock Tour  (Ancient Package) 6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan + Golden Rock Tour  (Ancient Package)

Enjoy an authentic local experience as you travel to Golden Rock Pagoda, a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhists on an open truck. You will also tour Yangon’s city highlights, Bagan’s pagodas and temples, and Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Get ready for an adventure filled with cultural enrichment and magical wonderment.

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Shwedagon Pagoda


Bagan Sunset


Shwezigon Pagoda

 
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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

City Highlights Tour of Yangon
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. After check-in at your hotel, you will start your private downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha with traditional symbols carved at the feet. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Catch the fabulous sunset from Shwedagon Pagoda, known for its glittering gold stupa, to end the day

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Architectural Tour of Bagan
Take an early morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. In the late afternoon, climb to the top of the temple to watch the sun set behind the ancient pagodas.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Irrawaddy – Bagan (Breakfast)

Local Lifestyle Tour of Bagan
Gain insights in the culture and local lifestyle by visiting villages near Bagan. Take a ride on a pony cart which gets you access to areas that cars are unable to enter. Take a late afternoon transfer to the jetty where your private wooden river boat awaits. Cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Shwezigon Pagoda and round off your day with a fantastic view of sunset from the boat.

 

Day 4: Bagan – Yangon – Golden Rock (Breakfast)

Magical Tour of Golden Rock
Transfer to the airport for your morning domestic flight to Yangon. Upon arrival at the airport, your tour guide and driver will pick you up for a 5-hour drive via Bago. Enjoy a scenic journey to Golden Rock base camp and upon arrival in the afternoon, take a 1-hour transfer to transit junction with an open truck ride for an authentic local experience. Once you arrive at the legendary Golden Rock Pagoda, a small pagoda built on top of a boulder on a steep cliff and a major pilgrimage site for the local Buddhists, you can immerse in a spectacular view, especially magical at sunrise and sunset

 

Day 5: Golden Rock – Bago – Yangon (Breakfast)

Mystical Tour of Bago
Rise and shine for a sunrise stroll. After breakfast, take the truck to return to base camp before proceeding to Bago, capital of the Mon Kingdom in the 15th century and a town steeped in legend. Visit the local market, Shwemawdaw Pagoda and the 55-metre long reclining Shwethalyaung Buddha, one of the country’s most impressive statues. Thereafter, return to Yangon. Stop by Allied War Memorial Cemetery, the final resting place of Allied soldiers who perished during the World War II campaign in Myanmar.

 

Day 6: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Inle Lake Tour  (Shrine Package) 6 Days 5 Nights Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay + Inle Lake Tour  (Shrine Package)

Instagram-worthy places are aplenty in this private tour package – Yangon’s buildings with colonial charm, Bagan’s amazing pagodas, Mandalay’s 200-year-old teak bridge, and Inle Lake’s floating gardens, “long neck” tribal women and “leg rowers”, people who row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar. You will also discover many of the locals’ skills and traditions; gold leaf making, wood, marble and canoe carving, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and blacksmith methods.

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Shwedagon Pagoda


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Most of Myanmar has a tropical monsoon climate. Yangon’s average annual temperature is 27.3 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2378 mm.Bagan’s average temperature is 27.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1438 mm. Mandalay’s average temperature is 27 °C, while the average rainfall is 812 mm. Mingun’s average temperature is 27.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 801 mm.

The seasons in Myanmar are as follow:

  • Cool – November to February are the best months to visit because rain is unlikely and it is the least humid time of the year when air is warm and the clearest. Since this is the most comfortable time to visit, it is also the peak tourist season.
  • Hot – March to May are months that most of the country is intensely hot. Rain is also unlikely. Most of Myanmar can be dusty and hazy, hindering scenic views.
  • Rainy – June to October are monsoon months with high rainfall. Yangon and Irrawaddy Delta experience long and constant rainfall from June to August. Rain is less intense in September and October.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Yangon (No meal)

City Highlights Tour of Yangon
Upon arrival at Yangon airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. After check-in at your hotel, you will start your private downtown tour at the historic Post Office followed by Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden and Independence Monument. Visit the famous Chauk Htat Gyi, home to a 70-meter long reclining Buddha with traditional symbols carved at the feet. Take photos at the picturesque Karaweik Hall royal floating barge. Observe local pilgrims and monks putting up their offerings at Shwedagon Pagoda, known for its glittering gold stupa, before catching the fabulous sunset view at the pagoda to end the day.

 

Day 2: Yangon – Bagan (Breakfast)

Architectural Tour of Bagan
Take an early morning domestic flight to Bagan and immerse in the bustling atmosphere of a local market. Explore the town’s architectural masterpieces by visiting the most important pagodas and temples. In the late afternoon, climb to the top of the temple to get ready to catch the sunset. Sit back and relax as you watch the sun slowly sets behind the ancient pagodas.

 

Day 3: Bagan – Mandalay – Amarapura – Mandalay (Breakfast)

Traditional Tour of Mandalay
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Mandalay. Visit Mahamuni Pagoda and local artisanal gold leaf making, wood carving and marble carving workshops. Admire Golden Palace Monastery, famous for its intricate wood carvings. Continue to Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world’s largest book due to the Buddhist scripture carved on 729 marble slabs. End your day with a visit to a 200-year-old teak bridge, the most photographic site in Myanmar.

 

Day 4: Mandalay – Heho – Inle Lake (Breakfast)

Scenic Tour of Inle Lake
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Heho, gateway to Inle Lake. Drive to NyaungShwe where you will pick your boat. After check-in at your hotel, enjoy a full day private boat tour at Inle lake. Visit Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, the holiest religious site in southern Shan State. Marvel at the local handicrafts, silk weaving, wooden handlooms and traditional blacksmith methods along the way. Discover the Shan and Intha villages on the riverbanks, and view the intriguing floating gardens, houses and monasteries built on stilts. Proceed to Nampan village to visit a local cheroot factory (where Burmese cigars are made) and see canoe carving.

 

Day 5: Inle Lake – Indein – Yangon (Breakfast)

Cultural Tour of Inle Lake
Visit the market where hill tribe people barter for goods. Resume sightseeing at Inle Lake, with your boat navigating through scenic channels. Make a stop at Indein village and walk though exotic colonnades of stairways and shops. See the “long necktribal women and weaving and craft villages on stilts. Behold the lake’s unique “leg rowers” – the Intha people row standing up with one leg wrapped around an oar, Inle Lake’s iconic sight. Transfer to the airport for your late afternoon domestic flight to Yangon

 

Day 6: Departure from Yangon (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Yangon airport for homebound flight.

 

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 Korea BIFF Square 6 Days 5 Nights Busan, Gyeongju + Seoul Flexi & Easy
- 2 days x 10 hours transport service with personal chauffeur guide in Busan
- 1 days x 10 hours transport service with personal chauffeur guide in Gyeongju
- 2 days x 10 hours transport service with personal chauffeur guide in Seoul
- 1 way Korean Train Express ticket from Gyeongju to Seoul
- 2 nights (1st and 2nd night) hotel accommodation in Busan
- 1 night (3rd night) hotel accommodation in Gyeongju 
- 2 night (4th and 5th night) hotel accommodation in Seoul
- 5 hotel breakfasts per person
- 1 way sharing airport arrival transfer in Busan 
- 1 way sharing airport departure transfer in Seoul
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Bupyeong Kkangtong Market


Donggung & Wolji

Gyochon Village


Han River

KTX


Lotte World Tower

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 Korea Udo Island 6 Days 5 Nights Jeju, Gyeonggi + Seoul Flexi & Easy
- 2 days x 10 hours transport service with personal chauffeur guide in Jeju
- 1 day x 10 hours transport service with personal chauffeur guide in Gyeonggi
- 2 days x 10 hours transport service with personal chauffeur guide in Seoul
- 2 nights (1st and 2nd night) hotel accommodation in Jeju
- 1 night (3rd night) hotel accommodation in Gyeonggi
- 2 night (4th and 5th night) hotel accommodation in Seoul 
- 5 hotel breakfasts per person
- 1 way sharing airport arrival transfer in Jeju
- 1 way sharing airport departure transfer in Seoul
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Dongmun Seafood Market


Grevin Museum

Jeju Stone Park


Jjimjinbang

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 South Africa Cape 6 Days 5 Nights South Africa Adventure Tour Package

Visit Cullinan Diamond Mine, the famous mine for rare blue diamonds, Pretoria city tour, adventurous open 4WD game drive at Entabeni Safari Conservancy, game drives at Entabeni Game Reserve, Cape Point Nature Reserve, visiting the Light House at Cape Point with a funicular, and many more!

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 South Africa 6 Days 5 Nights South Africa Classic Tour Package

Visit Gold Reef City for a mining and gold pouring demonstration, Nelson Mandela Square, Africa’s premier shopping district, Pretoria city tour, visiting Church Square, Statue of Paul Kruger and many more. You will also enjoy early morning game drives at Pilanesberg Game Reserve before departing for Cape Town.

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 South Africa Kruger 6 Days 5 Nights South Africa Hidden Secrets Tour Package

Arrive Johannesburg Airport and transfer for Pretoria for a city tour. On Day 2, proceed for your Kruger National Park Game Drive Experience and see if you can spot South Africa’s “Big 5”. Early morning game drives at Kruger National Park before departing for Cape Town on domestic flight. On Day 5, depart for Hout Bay for a cruise to Seal Island- home to thousands of seals then visit Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

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Australia Gold Coast 6 Days 5 Nights Gold Coast 2 Worlds, Tangalooma Dolphin + Desert Safari

In addition to visiting Dream World, Movie World and SkyPoint Observation Deck, this Gold Coast Australia tour package also brings you to Tangalooma Island Resort where fun and adventurous land- and water-based activities await, including a Desert Safari tour, Sand Tobogganing and the unique activitiy of hand-feeding wild dolphins.

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Tangalooma Desert

Movie World

Tangalooma Island Resort

Dolphin Feeding

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Gold Coast - Tangalooma

Holt Street Wharf | Tangalooma Island Resort | Dophin Feedin
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in. Transfer to Holt Street Wharf to Tangalooma Island Resort, which is located on Moreton Island, approximately 40 kilometres off the coast of Brisbane. The resort is the perfect family holiday destination for guests seeking a unique adventure, educational or nature based experience. Enjoy the activities in the resort island including the star attraction, which is the unique activity of hand-feeding a pod of wild dolphins, a chance to get up close and personal with these playful creatures! 

 

Day 2: Tangalooma (Breakfast)

Desert Safari Tour 
Take a journey to the Tangalooma Desert. You can join a 4WD safari into the desert or participate in the exhilarating sport of sand tobogganing or quad bike ride down the sand dunes.

 

Day 3: Tangalooma – Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Holt Street Wharf 
After breakfast, proceed to the pier for ferry back to Holt Street Wharf and transfer to Gold Coast to your hotel.  

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Dream World Theme Park | SkyPoint Observation Deck 
After breakfast at your hotel, transfer to Dream World and enjoy a full day of fun at the Australia’s largest theme park with over 40 rides and attractions. Try out thrilling rides or get up close with some native animals. Next proceed to SkyPoint Observation Deck (transfer not provided) for spectacular 360 degree views of Gold Coast before the day ends. 

 

Day 5: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 
Start your adventure with a hearty breakfast at the hotel before heading to Movie World, a popular movie related theme park. Be immersed in Hollywood and have your photo album filled with characters like Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Tweety Bird and various Looney Tunes characters. Minor street shows including skits and singing performances are also present. Be part of the movie action by taking the various movie-themed rides. You will be driven back to your hotel after your memorable encounters with the “Hollywood Stars”. 

 

Day 6: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 6 Days 5 Nights Gold Coast Best Discovery Tour

Discover the city’s beautiful mix of nature and vibrancy on this Gold Coast Australia vacation trip. Have theme park fun at Sea World and Movie World, and shop at Harbour Town. Visit Paradise Country Farm where you can join farm activities like sheep shearing and cow milking, watch a sheep dog demonstration, try boomerang throwing, and pose for photographs with koalas. Explore Mount Tambourine’s rainforests on your 4WD Outback Tracks tour. Enjoy spectacular views on your jet boating ride.

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Paradise Jet Boating

Movie World

Paradise Country Farm Tour

Meet the Dolphin

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Gold Coast

Free & Easy
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead.

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park
At Sea World, you will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers.

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast, BBQ Lunch)

Paradise Country Farm Tour | Harbour Town Shopping
After breakfast, visit Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous local BBQ lunch. Thereafter transfer to Harbour Town for shopping.

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast, Western Lunch)

Southern Cross 4WD | Paradise Jet Boating Combo
Today tour starts with a half day 4WD Outback Tracks Tour to the rainforests of Mt Tambourine. The tour includes guided rainforest walk, chance to spot native animals in the wild and much more. Next, enjoy a hearty western lunchat the Fisherman’s Wharf Tavern Mariners Cove. After lunch, some free time for you to explore the Marina Mirage or photo stop at Palazzo Versace before proceeding to the next stop. Enjoy yourself at the Paradise Jet Boating “Premium 55min Broadwater Adventure Ride” with spectacular suffers paradise skyline views and the beautiful scenery.

 

Day 5: Gold Coast (Breakfast

)Movie World Theme Park 
After breakfast, proceed to Movie World Theme Park. You will catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. Go for thrilling rides like Superman Escape, Batwing Spaceshot, Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster, etc. 

Day 6: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 6 Days 5 Nights Gold Coast Farm Tour, Signature Day Tour + 2 Worlds

In addition to enjoying shows and rides at Sea World and Movie World, visiting Paradise Country Farm and shopping at Harbour Town, this Gold Coast Australia tour package also brings you to Yuen’s Market at Mermaid Waters, Catch a Crab Tour, Star Buffet Seagull Club, Point Danger Lookout, Super Bee Honey World, Mount Nathan Winery and Abalone World.

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Catch A Crab Tour

Movie World

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Meet the Dolphin

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Gold Coast

Free & Easy
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under! Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. The rest of the day will be free and easy to prepare you for your fun-filled days ahead. 

 

Day 2: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park
After breakfast, transfer to Sea World Theme Park. You will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. 

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast, BBQ Lunch)

Paradise Country Farm Tour | Harbour Town Shopping
After breakfast, visit Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous local BBQ lunch. Thereafter transfer to Harbour Town for shopping.

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast, Buffet Lunch)

Signature Day Tour (Except Sunday) 
Today tour will start with visit to the Yuen’s Market at Mermaid Waters. The market provides an array of fresh fruits and vegetables directly from local farmers. Next would be Catch a Crab Tour which include morning tea, mud crab and oyster tasting. After that, enjoy an all you can eat buffet lunch at the Star Buffet Seagull Club before heading to the next activity. Point Danger Lookout is situated on the border of Queensland and New South Wales. It is one of the most scenic spots in Australia with a panoramic view of the city. Super Bee Honey World is the home of live bee shows and a large range of honey and bee hives. Be entertained by the bee show and honey tasting before proceeding to Mt Nathan Winery, an award winning winery to enjoy a wine tasting session and have your pictures printed on the wine bottle as a memento. Your day tour will end with free abalone tasting at the Abalone World.

 

Day 5: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 
Start your adventure today with a hearty breakfast at the hotel. At Movie World, catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows.  

 

Day 6: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Gold Coast 6 Days 5 Nights Gold Coast Tangalooma Dolphin, 2 Worlds + Farm Tour

Bask in family fun on this Gold Coast Australia vacation trip as you soak in educational nature-based experiences, theme park adventures and exciting farm tour. Fun nature-based activities await at Tangalooma Island Resort, including hand-feeding wild dolphins. Enjoy thrilling shows and rides at Sea World and Movie World. Visit Paradise Country Farm where you can join farm activities like sheep shearing and cow milking, watch a sheep dog demonstration, try boomerang throwing, and pose for photographs with koalas. You get to even enjoy a sumptuous BBQ lunch and shop at Harbour Town.

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Paradise Country Farm Tour

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Tangalooma Island Resort

Dolphin Feeding

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About 58 miles due south of the city of Brisbane is Australia's largest metropolis - The Gold Coast. This is a conurbation of Tweed Heads, New South Wales and the Greater Brisbane Metropolis. Although the Origin of the Gold Coast is not cast in stone like other regions of Australia, the name 'Gold Coast' was given to it by real estate magnates. The first European to get to Gold Coast was John Oxley who landed at the Mermaid Beach. Today, it is an exclusive holiday destination for the well-heeled Brisbane residents. Below are a few facts about the place that you may need to know.

1. With 5000 square kilometers land mass, 590,000 people and 70km of pristine coastline, Gold Coast is the 6th largest metropolis in Australia and one of the most beautiful places on earth.

2. The city is home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites, of which large part is a subtropical rainforest.

3. Climate - The Gold Coast have an average of 287 days of sunshine, summer is December to February and it averages 19-29 degrees Celsius (66 to 83 degrees Fahrenheit) while winter is from June to August with an average temperature of 9 - 21 degrees Celsius (48 to 69 Fahrenheit). The sub-tropical temperature averages at about 22 degrees Celsius which makes Gold Coast a remarkably ideal vacation area.

4. Gold Coast is Australia's leading tourist destination with an average of 11 million per annum. Interestingly, the city has been able to double its GDP to about AUS$18.9 in a period of 10 years. It averages a 5% GDP growth every year.

5. Gold Coast is home to Australia's most diverse cultures, ethnicity, and vegetation. You will find Aborigines, Africans, Australians, Americans, Europeans, Asians and Latinos within its precincts.

 

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Day 1: Arrival at Gold Coast - Tangalooma (Breakfast)

Holt Street Wharf | Tangalooma Island Resort 
G’day Mate! Welcome to the Land Down Under!     Upon arrival at the Brisbane airport, please proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in. Transfer to Holt Street Wharf Pinkenba to Tangalooma Island Resort, which is located on Moreton Island, approximately 40 kilometres off the coast of Brisbane. The resort is the perfect family holiday destination for guests seeking a unique adventure, educational or nature based experience. Enjoy the activities in the resort island including the star attraction, which is the unique activity of hand-feeding a pod of wild dolphins, a chance to get up close and personal with these playful creatures! 

 

Day 2: Tangalooma – Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Tangalooma Island Resort 
This morning, enjoy a hearty buffet breakfast at the Tursiops Restaurant. Thereafter, explore the resort island before you proceed to the pier (4pm ferry) back to wharf and transfer to Gold Coast for the night

 

Day 3: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Sea World Theme Park 
After breakfast, proceed to the Sea World Theme Park. You will be spoilt for choices with the exciting rides, shows and marine attractions. Have some interactive fun of dolphin adventure, polar bears in action or go on a seal safari or watch the Jet Stunt Extreme show, which feature some of the world’s best jet-ski stunt performers. 

 

Day 4: Gold Coast (Breakfast, BBQ Lunch)

Paradise Country Farm Tour | Harbour Town Shopping 
After breakfast, visit Paradise Country Farm for exciting farm experience and show. Join farm activities like sheep shearing, boomerang throwing, cow milking, sheep dog demonstration and more. Spot kangaroos and emus and pose for photographs with koalas. After the activities, enjoy a sumptuous local BBQ lunch. Thereafter transfer to Harbour Town for shopping.

 

Day 5: Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Movie World Theme Park 
At Movie World Theme Park, catch your favourite Hollywood Stars or Cartoon Characters at the Movie Star Parade. Be part of the movie action and try out the various movie-themed rides or enjoy live stunt shows. 

 

Day 6: Departure from Gold Coast (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Brisbane airport for homebound flight.

 

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Australia Hobart + Launceston 6 Days 5 Nights Hobart + Launceston Combo Tour

Among the Tasmania holiday packages, this is the one to choose if you want to make the most out of your time in Tasmania. This tour package to Tasmania not only brings you to Hobart which is Tasmania’s capital, but also Launceston, Tasmania’s beautiful riverside city. You also get to choose the tours you want to go on at Hobart; Grand Port Arthur tour or Bruny Island Wilderness Coast tour and Launceston; Cradle Mountain National Park tour or Cataract Gorge Cruise tour.

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Tasmania Devil

Port Arthur

Cradle Mountain

Bruny Island

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Tasmania abbreviated as Tas and known colloquially as "Tassie") is an island state of Australia. It is located 240 km (150 mi) to the south of the Australian mainland, separated by the Bass Strait. The state encompasses the main island of Tasmania, the 26th-largest island in the world, and the surrounding 334 islands.[12] The state has a population of around 519,100 as of June 2016, just over forty percent of which resides in the Greater Hobart precinct, which forms the metropolitan area of the state capital and largest city, Hobart.

1. Tasmania has a relatively cool temperate climate compared to the rest of Australia with four distinct seasons. Summer is from December to February when the average maximum sea temperature is 21 °C (70 °F) and inland areas around Launceston reach 24 °C (75 °F). Other inland areas are much cooler, with Liawenee, located on the Central Plateau, one of the coldest places in Australia, ranging between 4 °C (39 °F) and 17 °C (63 °F) in February. Autumn is from March to May, with mostly settled weather, as summer patterns gradually take on the shape of winter patterns. The winter months are from June to August, and are generally the wettest and coolest months in the state, with most high lying areas receiving considerable snowfall. Winter maximums are 12 °C (54 °F) on average along coastal areas and 3 °C (37 °F) on the central plateau, as a result of a series of cold fronts from the Southern Ocean. Inland areas receive regular freezes throughout the winter months. Spring is from September to November, and is an unsettled season of transition, where winter weather patterns begin to take the shape of summer patterns, although snowfall is still common up until October. Spring is generally the windiest time of the year with afternoon sea breezes starting to take effect on the coast.

2. Geographically and genetically isolated, Tasmania is known for its unique flora and fauna. Tasmania has extremely diverse vegetation, from the heavily grazed grassland of the dry Midlands to the tall evergreen eucalypt forest, alpine heathlands and large areas of cool temperate rainforests and moorlands in the rest of the state. Many flora species are unique to Tasmania, and some are related to species in South America and New Zealand through ancestors which grew on the super continent of Gondwana, 50 million years ago.The island of Tasmania was home to the thylacine, a marsupial which resembled a fossa or some say a wild dog. Known colloquially as the Tasmanian tiger for the distinctive striping across its back, it became extinct in mainland Australia much earlier because of competition by the dingo, introduced in prehistoric times. Owing to persecution by farmers, government-funded bounty hunters and, in the final years, collectors for overseas museums, it appears to have been exterminated in Tasmania. The Tasmanian devil became the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world following the extinction of the thylacine in 1936, and is now found in the wild only in Tasmania. Tasmania was one of the last regions of Australia to be introduced to domesticated dogs. Dogs were brought from Britain in 1803 for hunting kangaroos and emus. This introduction completely transformed Aboriginal society, as it helped them to successfully compete with European hunters, and was more important than the introduction of guns for the Aboriginals

3. World Heritage-listed penitentiary buildings around Tasmania tell the story of almost 50 years of harsh convict life in the 19th century. Australia's most notorious convict settlement sits in the beautiful coastal setting of Port Arthur, a one hour drive east of Hobart. If you're feeling brave, stick around for the nightly ghost tour.

4. A short walk from the car park at Freycinet National Park brings you to a lookout platform above the flawless white curve of Wineglass Bay on the eastern Freycinet Peninsula (three hours drive north-east of Hobart). From here, walk down to the beach and feel the sand between your toes. You'll probably meet a kangaroo or two on the beach, and may see dolphins playing in the water.

5. Once a year, Tasmania's Table Cape becomes awash with colour for the Bloomin' Tulips Festival. The festival runs as part of a three-week event calendar (other notable highlights include the Bloomin' Tulips Cocktail Party and the Mayoral Ball). If you miss the festival, there is also the Bloomin' Tulips Foreshore Market, held on the first and third Sunday of each month along the East Wynyard foreshore.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Hobart, Tasmania

Free & Easy
Welcome to Tasmania!     
Upon arrival at the Hobart, Tasmania airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Hobart (Breakfast)

MONA with Morning Hobart City Tour
Start your day with a sightseeing tour of Hobart, explore this historic city on a coach tram. Then travel by ferry to the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) which will open your eyes to a gallery experience like no others. 

 

Day 3:  Hobart (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Tour (2 Options) 
Option 1: Grand Port Arthur:
Step back in time and explore the historic buildings and ruins of Port Arthur Historic Site. Visit highlights of Tasman National Park. Wonder at the spectacle of Tasman Arch. Be amazed at the magnitude of the Devil’s Kitchen. 

Option 2: Bruny Island Wilderness Coast:
Arrive at the charming boating village of Kettering, drive onto the ferry for the crossing to Bruny Island. Upon arrival at Adventure Bay at Bruny Bay, board a custom-designed yellow boat and let it take you on an exhilarating journey around sea cliffs, sea stacks, seals, bird nesting colonies and other amazing scenery. You may be lucky to spot a dolphin or whale

 

Day 4:  Hobart to Launceston (Breakfast)

Free Day
After breakfast, proceed to the coach terminal for your coach to Launceston. Free and easy to explore the city. 

 

Day 5:  Launceston (Breakfast)

Choice of 1 Tour (2 Options)
Option 1: Cradle Mountain National Park:

Awaken your senses at the magnificent Cradle Mountain National Park. Go deep into the Tasmania forest and experience the solitary wilderness of waterfalls, glacial lakes, rainforest, wildlife and unsurpassed beauty of World Heritage listed National Park. Discover many walks throughout the rainforest, catch your breath as you first glimpse the craggy outcrop of majestic Cradle Mountain towering above sparkling Dove Lake plateau. 

Option 2 : Cataract Gorge Cruise:
Explore the Old Launceston Seaport before cruising to Kings Wharf viewing historic vessels and Launceston delightful riverfront precinct. The highlight of the experience is then cruising into the spectacular Cataract Gorge aboard the quiet and smooth vessel of the Lady Launceston. View the sheer cliffs and cascades from your comfortable seat with unobstructed views on the multi award winning 1890’s style vessel.

 

Day 6:  Departure from Launceston  (Breakfast) 

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Launceston, Tasmania airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Australia Sydney 6 Days 5 Nights Sydney Best of All Greatest Value Pack

Make the most of your Sydney Australia vacation trip by covering the best sights Sydney has to offer. This holiday package brings you to tour Sydney city, Bondi Beach with its historic rocks area, Blue Mountains, Featherdale Wildlife Park and Hunter Valley. You even get to search for and watch dolphins play at Port Stephens, and enjoy a sunset cruise down Parramatta and Sydney Harbour.

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Hunter Valley

Bondi Beach 

Port Stephens Dolphins

Sydney Opera House

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Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and sprawls about 70 km (43.5 mi) on its periphery towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north and Macarthur to the south. Sydney is made up of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 contiguous regions. Residents of the city are known as "Sydneysiders". As at June 2016 Sydney's estimated population was 5,029,768.

1. Sydney’s skyline is large and widely recognisable. Sydney also possesses a wide array of diversity of modern and old architectural style. They range from the simple Francis Greenway's Georgian buildings to Jorn Utzon’s Expressionist Sydney Opera House. Sydney also has a large amount of Victorian buildings, such as the Sydney Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building. The most architecturally significant would be the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, among many others. Skyscrapers in Sydney are also large and modern. Sydney Tower just rising above the rest of the Sydney skyline.

2. Sydney is comfortable for travellers to visit any time of year. The city enjoys over 300 sunny days each year. Though it has 104 days of clear skies.

3. The largest steel arch bridge in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic landmark spanning one of the finest natural harbours. Opened in 1932, the bridge is fondly nicknamed the Coathanger by Sydneysiders. You can walk and cycle across the bridge or climb to the top for stunning views. The bridge walk is on the eastern side of the bridge. Stairs next to the pedestrian crossing on Cumberland Street, in the historic Rocks, lead up to the bridge walk. Along the walk is the south-eastern Pylon Lookout, offering a spectacular panorama and a fascinating exhibition on the bridge.

4. Shopping and dining in Australia begins at Westfield Sydney, with over 250 fashion, food and lifestyle stores, located in the centre of Sydney city.Offering a mix of top Australian designers and international high street fashion across four levels, with a further three levels of dining, Westfield Sydney is the ultimate shopping and dining destination.

5. Enjoy world-famous Bondi Beach, from swimming and surfing to great coastal walks, beachside cafes, hip bars and fine dining. There are weekend markets to browse and fabulous events to enjoy. You’ll find plenty of accommodations options for a short break, weekend escape or beach holiday.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival at Sydney

Free & Easy
Welcome to Sydney!     
Upon arrival at the Sydney airport, proceed to designated counter for arrival transfer bus check-in to bring you to your hotel. 

 

Day 2:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Free Morning City Harbour and Bondi Beach Tour including Rocks Walking Tour (Departs Daily)
Today, you will see some of the many iconic sights of Sydney. Sydney Opera House is a masterpiece of late modern architecture and a world class performing arts venue. Next proceed to Hyde Park, Australia oldest park and home to 580 mature exotic and native trees. Conservatorium of Music is Australia premier music institution. Follow by a guided walking tour of the historic rocks area. Continue the city tour and drive past the Parliament House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Darling Harbour, bustling Chinatown and much more

 

Day 3:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Blue Mountains & Australia Wildlife including Cruise (Departs Daily)
Today, explore the World-Heritage listed Blue Mountains. See Katoomba, the resort region capital of Blue Mountains. Enjoy breathtaking views over the Jamison Valley. Visit Scenic World, walk on the valley floor boardwalk under a canopy of tall tree ferns. Stop at Echo Point and see the famous Three Sisters rock formation up-close. Discover the shops in the quaint mountain village of Leura. Embark on a unique experience at Featherdale Wildlife Park which has the world’s largest collection Australian native birds and mammals in a lush bushland environment. Photo opportunities as you walk through Koala Sanctuary, handfeeding kangaroos, wallabies and Pademelons. Lastly, finish the day with a relaxing cruise down the Parramatta and Sydney Harbour and enjoy the sunset! 

 

Day 4:  Sydney (Breakfast)

Port Stephens Dolphin Watcher (Departs Mon, Wed & Sat)
Discover the beautiful white sandy beaches and the sparkling waters of Pacific Ocean. Ride the wave crests with the dolphins in the azure waters of Port Stephens where forests, villages and stately homes meet with the sea. Enjoy spectacular scenery and informative commentary whilst cruising the waterways. Search for the local pods of bottlenose dolphins, watch as they play on the bow waves.

 

Day 5:  Sydney (Breakfast, Lunch)

Hunter Valley Wine & Café Lunch (Departs Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun)
The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest and most renowned commercial wine producing district with over 7000 acres under vine. Famous wine styles include Semillon, Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and earthy Pinot Noirs. You will learn about the wine making process, a truly informative and educational experience. Stroll amongst the vines. Enjoy private wine tastings at boutique wineries. Enjoy a light café style lunch. Learn about and taste some of the Hunter’s other great local produce including cheese, chocolates and olives. 

 

Day 6:  Departure from Sydney  (Breakfast) 

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Free till departure transfer to Sydney airport for homebound flight.

 

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Cambodia Angkor Thom 6 Days 5 Nights Phnom Penh, Battambang + Siem Reap Tour  (Lily Package)

 

 

 

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Independence Monument

Royal Palace

Wat Phnom

Tuol Sleng Museum

Phnom Banan

Ta-Prohm Temple

 

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Day 1: Arrival to Phnom Penh (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

First, visit the Independence Monument inaugurated in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. Now, it also serves to pay tribute to those who died in the Cambodian Civil War.

In the afternoon, try your luck at the well-known NAGA Casino & Resort. Thereafter, enjoy a 1-hour sunset cruise along the riverfront.

Lastly, enjoy your dinner before you check in to hotel for 2 nights.

 

Day 2: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

After breakfast, you will visit the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Next, visit the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Thereafter, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Following, you will tour the Central Market (Psah Thom Thmey), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of antiques, silver and gold jewelry, gems, silk, and many other things of interest to visitors.

Transfer back to hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 3: Phnom Penh – Battambang (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, we will drive to Battambang in northwestern Cambodia. Upon arrival, check in to hotel and proceed for lunch before you begin your tour in the main rice-producing province of Cambodia.

Visit Wat Ek Phnom pagoda and Wat Ek Phnom temple, surrounded by the remains of a laterite wall and an ancient baray dating back to the 11th century.

Next, proceed to Phnom Banan, where an Angkor-era mountaintop temple located 400m above ground can be found. Also pay a visit to Phnom Sampeou where you can see the Wat Sampeou pagoda and 3 natural caves. Learn about the cruel Khmer Rouge regime as you visit some caves used by the Khmer Rouges as killing caves with the skeletons of their victims remaining inside. Enjoy spectacular landscape views here.

 

Day 4: Battambang – Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Transfer to Siem Reap after breakfast to continue your tour.

First, visit West Barray, the largest manmade lake in Angkor built in the 11th century. Next, proceed to the Angkor Silk Farm where you can understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products. 

Head to the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles in the afternoon. It houses 13 unique villages, each featuring different cultural heritages and traditions of Cambodia. Following, head to the Killing Field of Wat Thmei, a war memorial located about 3 km from the center of Siem Reap.

Tonight, you will enjoy dinner with an Aspara Dance Performance before returning to hotel.

 

Day 5: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact center of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 6: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

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Day 1: Arrival to Phnom Penh (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

First, visit the Independence Monument inaugurated in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. Now, it also serves to pay tribute to those who died in the Cambodian Civil War. Following, proceed to the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

After lunch, visit the National Museum, also called Musee des BeauxArts. It contains a collection of Khmer architecture and sculptures since the ancient times. Next, head to the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Thereafter, enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops. You can also try your luck at the wellknown NAGA World Casino.

After dinner, return to hotel for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 2: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

After breakfast, you will visit the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Following, visit the Killing Fields of Choeung EK, about 17km south of Phnom Penh. It used to be the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge killed between 1975 and 1979. Next, you will tour the Russian Market (Psah Tuol Thom Pong), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of antiques, silver and gold jewelry, gems, silk, and many other things of interest to visitors.

Transfer back to hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 3: Phnom Penh – Siem Reap (Breakfast)

Rise and shine for breakfast before you transfer to Siem Reap – the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, by public coach this morning. Upon arrival to Siem Reap, check in to hotel. The rest of the day is free at your own leisure to explore the mystical town.

 

Day 4: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact center of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the site one of Angkor's most visited temples. After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 5: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

A day of cultural and relaxation tour awaits you in Siem Reap today.

First, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia to tour the rustic Floating Village. Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Art School) – an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

After lunch, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products. Following, enjoy a 1-hour traditional Khmer massage and proceed for a tour of the Local Market.

Enjoy dinner with Aspara Dancing Performance before you return to hotel for the night.

 

Day 6: Departure from Siem Reap (Breakfast)

Free till departure transfer to airport for homebound flight.

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Angkor Thom

Ta-Prohm Temple

Ta-Prohm Temple

Royal Palace

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our local representative at the airport for transfer to the hotel for 3 nights’ stay. The rest of the day is free at your own leisure to explore the mystical town.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact center of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the site one of Angkor's most visited temples.

After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset.

Transfer back to for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

A day of cultural and relaxation tour awaits you in Siem Reap today.

First, take a traditional wooden boat ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the Great Lake of Cambodia to tour the rustic Floating Village.

Next, visit the Les Artisan D’ Angkor (Art School) – an educational center that trains rural young people in traditional skills of stone carving, wood carving, lacquer and silk weaving.

After lunch, proceed to Angkor Silk Farm to understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Following, enjoy a 1-hour traditional Khmer massage and proceed for a tour of the Local Market.

Enjoy dinner with Aspara Dancing Performance before you return to hotel for the night.

 

Day 4: Siem Reap – Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, you will take the public coach to transfer to Phnom Penh – the capital city of Cambodia. Upon arrival to Phnom Penh, enjoy your lunch then check in to hotel.

Your first stop in Phnom Penh will be the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On the south side of the palace is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Next, visit the National Museum, also called Musee des Beaux-Arts. It contains a collection of Khmer architecture and sculptures since the ancient times.

Thereafter, head to the Independence Monument built in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. It stands on the intersection of Norodom Boulevard and Sihanouk Boulevard in the centre of the city.

Following, enjoy a leisurely stroll along Sisowath Quay, which runs along the west bank of the Tonle Sap River. This is a 3km strip lined with hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes and shops. You can also try your luck at the well-known NAGA World Casino.

After dinner, return to hotel for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 5: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Rise and shine for breakfast before you begin your tour at the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. It is a Buddhist temple built in 1373. At 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the treelined avenues of the city.

Next, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Following, you will tour the Russian Market (Psah Tuol Thom Pong), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of antiques, silver and gold jewelry, gems, silk, and many other things of interest to visitors.

Lastly, visit the Killing Fields of Choeung EK, about 17km south of Phnom Penh. It used to be the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge killed between 1975 and 1979.

 

Day 6: Departure from Phnom Penh (Breakfast)

Free till departure transfer to airport for homebound flight.

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West Barray

Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles

Killing Field of Wat Thmei

Baphuon

Independence Monument

Royal Palace

 

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Day 1: Arrival to Siem Reap (Lunch, Dinner)

Upon arrival to Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by our tour guide at the airport and brought on the tour.

First, visit West Barray, the largest manmade lake in Angkor built in the 11th century. Next, proceed to the Angkor Silk Farm where you can understand the fascinating process of silk-making and buy high-quality silk products.

Head to the Les Artisan D’ Angkor – Chantiers Ecoles in the afternoon. It houses 13 unique villages, each featuring different cultural heritages and traditions of Cambodia. Following, head to the Killing Field of Wat Thmei, a war memorial located about 3 km from the centre of Siem Reap.

Tonight, you will enjoy dinner with an Aspara Dance Performance before returning to hotel.

 

Day 2: Siem Reap (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Today, you will embark on a tour to discover the spectacular Angkor Thom and Angkor Wat regions.

Start the day with a visit to the Angkor Thom area via the South Gate of Angkor Thom. Inside the walls of this city, you will tour Bayon, standing in the exact centre of Angkor Thom. Located 200m northwest of the Bayon is the Baphuon, a single sanctuary temple-mountain situated on a high base. Then, visit the Phimean Akas Temple, enclosed by the walls of the Royal Palace. The temple is built of roughly hewn sandstone blocks and has little decoration. Next, proceed to the Elephants Terrace, dedicated to Buddhist and replica to the Bayon style of art. Afterwards, head to the Leper King Terrace, faced with dramatic bas-reliefs, and carries on the grandeur theme that characterizes the building during Jayavarman VII's reign. You will also tour the Royal Palace, Woman and Man Pond, enclosed by a laterite wall with only the base remaining today.

Next, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site – Ta-Prohm Temple. The photogenic and atmospheric combination of trees growing out of the ruins and the jungle surroundings have made the site one of Angkor's most visited temples. After lunch, continue your journey to the largest religious monument in the world – the Angkor Wat. Built in the early 12th century, this architectural masterpiece is one of the seven greatest architectural wonders of the world.

Lastly, make a visit to Phnom Bakheng for its beautiful sunset. Transfer back to for a good night’s rest.

 

Day 3: Siem Reap – Battambang (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

This morning, we will drive to Battambang in northwest Cambodia. Upon arrival, check in to hotel and have lunch before you begin your tour in the country’s main rice-producing province.

Visit Wat Ek Phnom pagoda and Wat Ek Phnom temple, surrounded by the remains of a laterite wall and an ancient baray dating back to the 11th century. Next, proceed to Phnom Banan, where an Angkor-era mountaintop temple located 400m above ground can be found.

Also pay a visit to Phnom Sampeou where you can see the Wat Sampeou pagoda and 3 natural caves. Learn about the cruel Khmer Rouge regime as you visit the killing caves used by the Khmer Rouges with skeletons of their victims remaining inside. Enjoy spectacular views of the beautiful landscape here.

 

Day 4: Battambang – Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Depart Battambang for Phnom Penh. Upon arrival, you will proceed for lunch, check in to hotel then brought on the tour.

First, visit the Independence Monument inaugurated in 1958 for Cambodia's independence from France in 1953. Now, it also serves to pay tribute to those who died in the Cambodian Civil War.

In the afternoon, try your luck at the well-known NAGA Casino & Resort. Thereafter, enjoy a 1-hour sunset cruise along the riverfront.

Lastly, enjoy your dinner before you check in to hotel for 2 nights.

 

Day 5: Phnom Penh (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

After breakfast, visit the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town. On its south side is the Silver Pagoda, which got its name because its floor is made up of 5,000 silver tiles.

Next, visit the tallest religious structure in the city – the Wat Phnom. A Buddhist temple at 27m above ground, you can enjoy stunning views over the tree-lined avenues of the city.

Thereafter, head to the notorious Tuol Sleng Museum. In 1975 Tuol Svay Prey High School, the former site of the museum, was taken over by Pol Pot's security forces and turned into a prison known as Security Prison 21 (S-21).

Following, you will tour the Central Market (Psah Thom Thmey), a lively outdoor market where you will find a large selection of antiques, silver and gold jewellery, gems, silk, and many more.

Transfer back to hotel after dinner to rest for the night.

 

Day 6: Departure from Phnom Penh (Breakfast)

Free till departure transfer to airport for homebound flight.

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In this package, you will visit various extraordinary cultural places like Upper Lake Drive, Market Area, Temple of the Tooth Relic, Royal Botanical Gardens at Peradeniya, Tea Plantation, Tea Factory and more at Nurwara Eliya, Kitulgala, Beruwela, Negombo, Pinnawela, Dambulla and many more destinations.

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Enjoy sightseeing on the freeway to Taipei and upon arrival at Taipei, take a visit toTaipei 101 Shopping Mall (excludes the observatory) and handicraft center. Explore the laidback Danshui Old Street and Fisherman's Wharf before shopping and feasting at the vibrant Shilin Night Market.

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Most of Taiwan enjoys warm climate throughout the year. The north part of Taiwan is of sub-tropical climate, while the south part is of tropical climate.

Taipei’s average annual temperature is 22.0 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2574 mm.Miaoli’saverage temperature is 21.8 °C, while the average rainfall is 1778 mm.Taichung’s average temperature is 22.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1700 mm.Nantou’s average temperature is 22.5 °C, while the average rainfall is 1825 mm.

The seasons in Taiwan are as follow:

  • Spring – March to May are months when the day is generally warm with occasional drizzling rain to bring about cool breezes. The beginning of March also marks the start of cherry blossom season.
  • Summer – June to August are months that the country is hot and humid, with frequent rain and possibility of typhoons.
  • Autumn – September to November are good months to see the fall foliage in the mountains. While it is sunny, the temperature gets cooler. There is relatively less rainfall in October and November.
  • Winter – December to February are comfortable months when the temperature ranges from 15 to 20°C. The country’s mild winter is a good time to appreciate maple trees.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Taipei – Taoyuan (No meal)

Welcome to Taipei
Upon arrival at Taipei airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.

 

Day 2: Taoyuan – Taipei – Miaoli (Breakfast, Dinner)

Glimpse of Taipei
Experience rides on the Bullet Train, which runs up to a speed of 300 km/h, and the MRT. Tour the iconic National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, a national monument erected in memory of Chiang Kai-Shek, the country’s former President. Visit Martyrs’ Shrine before continuing to the quaint Jiufen. Enjoy the experience of staying a night at Flying Cow Ranch.

 

Day 3: Miaoli – Taichung (Breakfast, Lunch)

Fascinating Miaoli & Taichung
Experience ranch living and if you would like, try fruit picking (at own expense) at Flying Cow Ranch in the morning, before visiting Park Lane by CMP, Maple Garden and Feng Chia Night Market in Taichung.

 

Day 4: Taichung – Nantou (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Rejuvenating Nantou
Stop by an aboriginal product shop then visit the restful Evergreen Grasslands at Cingjing Farm in Nantou. Enjoy the shimmering Sun Moon Lake and impressive Wenwu Temple before proceeding to a Taiwanese tea center and the famous Dongpu Hot Spring (bring own swimsuit and cap).

 

Day 5: Nantou – Taipei (Breakfast, Lunch)

Diverse Taipei
Enjoy sightseeing on the freeway to Taipei and upon arrival at Taipei, spend time at Taipei 101 Shopping Mall (excludes the observatory). Taipei 101 is a landmark skyscraper in Taiwan and one of the tallest buildings in the world. Stop by a handicraft center, and explore Danshui Old Street and Fisherman's Wharf, where the laidback vibe is a wonderful contrast to the hustle and bustle of Taipei city. End your day at the vibrant Shilin Night Market, often considered to be the most famous night market in Taiwan.

 

Day 6: Departure from Taipei (Breakfast)

Free & Easy
Free till departure transfer to Taipei airport for homebound flight.

 

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Stroll through Beipu Old Street and revel in its rustic Hakka charm. Learn about earthquake and disaster readiness at 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan which has conserved some damages caused by Taiwan’s worst earthquake of the century.

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National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall

Beipu Old Street

Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Center

 
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Most of Taiwan enjoys warm climate throughout the year. The north part of Taiwan is of sub-tropical climate, while the south part is of tropical climate.

Hsinchu’s average annual temperature is 21.8 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 1801 mm.Taichung’s average temperature is 22.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1700 mm.Nantou’s average temperature is 22.5 °C, while the average rainfall is 1825 mm.Chiayi’saverage temperature is 23.2 °C, while the average rainfall is 2065 mm. Kaohsiung’saverage temperature is 24.2 °C, while the average rainfall is 1738 mm. Taipei’s average temperature is 22.0 °C, while the average rainfall is 2574 mm.

The seasons in Taiwan are as follow:

  • Spring – March to May are months when the day is generally warm with occasional drizzling rain to bring about cool breezes. The beginning of March also marks the start of cherry blossom season.
  • Summer – June to August are months that the country is hot and humid, with frequent rain and possibility of typhoons.
  • Autumn – September to November are good months to see the fall foliage in the mountains. While it is sunny, the temperature gets cooler. There is relatively less rainfall in October and November.
  • Winter – December to February are comfortable months when the temperature ranges from 15 to 20°C. The country’s mild winter is a good time to appreciate maple trees.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Taipei – Taoyuan (No meal)

Welcome to Taipei
Upon arrival at Taipei airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.

 

Day 2: Taoyuan – Hsinchu – Taichung – Nantou (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Glimpse of Taichung
Stroll through Beipu Old Street and revel in its rustic Hakka charm. Learn about earthquake and disaster readiness at 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan which has conserved some damages caused by Taiwan’s worst earthquake of the century. Visit the scenic Shanlinxi Forest Recreation Area for a rejuvenating time at the beautiful waterfall and park.

 

Day 3: Nantou – Chiayi – Kaohsiung (Breakfast, Lunch)

Highlights of Kaohsiung
Start your day at a Taiwanese tea center before visiting Hinoki Village, a Japanese-style village that originally housed the officials who were involved in developing the logging industry at Alishan during the Japanese Occupation. Proceed to the sprawling Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Center, which is a cultural, religious and educational complex. Go on a shopping spree at Vigor Kobo - famous for its pineapple cakes, and a Kaohsiung Night Market.

 

Day 4: Kaohsiung – Nantou – Taichung (Breakfast, Lunch)

Serene Taichung
Visit Pier-2 Art Center, Banana Pier Kaohsiung and New Era Art Village. Shop for your travel mementos at an aboriginal product shop and enjoy the tranquil view of Sun Moon Lake before ending your day at a Taichung Night Market.

 

Day 5: Taichung – Taipei (Breakfast, Lunch)

Highlights of Taipei
Try fruit picking at Shigang and enjoy sightseeing on the freeway to Taipei. Stop by a handicraft center. Visit Martyrs’ Shrine, built in honor of the fallen Kuomintang soldiers after the Chinese Civil War, and the iconic National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. Marvel at all that Ximending and a Taipei Night Market have to offer.

 

Day 6: Departure from Taipei (Breakfast)

Free & Easy
Free till departure transfer to Taipei airport for homebound flight.

 

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Visit the iconic National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, Yuanshan Scenic Area and Martyrs’ Shrine. Go on a shopping spree at an aboriginal product shop before proceeding to the quaint Jiufen. Enjoy a night’s stay at Toucheng Leisure Farm where you can explore its offerings of a rural farm life experience, fruit picking and mini zoo.

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National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall

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Most of Taiwan enjoys warm climate throughout the year. The north part of Taiwan is of sub-tropical climate, while the south part is of tropical climate.

Taipei’s average annual temperature is 22.0 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2574 mm.Yilan’s average temperature is 22.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 2684 mm.

The seasons in Taiwan are as follow:

  • Spring – March to May are months when the day is generally warm with occasional drizzling rain to bring about cool breezes. The beginning of March also marks the start of cherry blossom season.
  • Summer – June to August are months that the country is hot and humid, with frequent rain and possibility of typhoons.
  • Autumn – September to November are good months to see the fall foliage in the mountains. While it is sunny, the temperature gets cooler. There is relatively less rainfall in October and November.
  • Winter – December to February are comfortable months when the temperature ranges from 15 to 20°C. The country’s mild winter is a good time to appreciate maple trees.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Taipei – Taoyuan (No meal)

Welcome to Taipei
Upon arrival at Taipei airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.

 

Day 2: Taoyuan – Taipei – Yilan (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Cultural Taipei
Start your tour with National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, a national monument erected in memory of Chiang Kai-Shek, the country’s former President. Visit Yuanshan Scenic Area and Martyrs’ Shrine, built in honor of the fallen Kuomintang soldiers after the Chinese Civil War. Go on a shopping spree at an aboriginal product shop before proceeding to Jiufen. Enjoy the experience of staying a night at Toucheng Leisure Farm.

 

Day 3: Yilan (Breakfast, Lunch)

Highlights of Yilan
Explore Toucheng Leisure Farm’s offerings of a rural farm life experience, fruit picking and mini zoo. Tour the colorful Yilan Railway Station, tranquil Du Du Done Forest and artistic Jimmy Square. Explore the beautiful Luodong Forestry Culture Garden and interesting National Center for Traditional Arts. In the evening, marvel at all that Yilan Night Market has to offer. Enjoy a homestay at a Bed & Breakfast.

 

Day 4: Yilan – Taipei (Breakfast, Lunch)

Vibrant Taipei
Head back to Taipei via Hsuehshan Tunnel, the longest tunnel in Taiwan. Visit Taipei Zoo, the largest city zoo in Asia, and stop by a handicraft center for travel mementos. Proceed to spend some time at Taipei 101 Shopping Mall (excludes the observatory). Taipei 101 is a landmark skyscraper in Taiwan and one of the tallest buildings in the world. Tour the educational Discovery Center of Taipei. Explore Wufenpu, the largest garment wholesale market in Taipei, and pick up pineapple cakes that Vigor Kobo is famous for. End your day with shopping and feasting at a Taipei Night Market.

 

Day 5: Taipei (Breakfast)

Leisurely Taipei
Have a laidback day in Taipei where you can either café-hop or visit the museums.

 

Day 6: Departure from Taipei (Breakfast)

Free & Easy
Free till departure transfer to Taipei airport for homebound flight.

 

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Taiwan Taipei, Hsinchu, Taichung, Nantou + Yilan 6 Days 5 Nights Taipei, Hsinchu, Taichung, Nantou + Yilan Tour  (Successful Package)

Enjoy the shimmering Sun Moon Lake and impressive Wenwu Temple where God of War, God of Literature and other deities are venerated. Stop by an aboriginal product shop on the way to visit the picturesque Evergreen Grasslands at Cingjing Farm.

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Most of Taiwan enjoys warm climate throughout the year. The north part of Taiwan is of sub-tropical climate, while the south part is of tropical climate.

Taipei’s average annual temperature is 22.0 °C, while the average annual rainfall is 2574 mm.Hsinchu’s average temperature is 21.8 °C, while the average rainfall is 1801 mm. Taichung’s average temperature is 22.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 1700 mm.Nantou’s average temperature is 22.5 °C, while the average rainfall is 1825 mm.Yilan’s average temperature is 22.1 °C, while the average rainfall is 2684 mm.

The seasons in Taiwan are as follow:

  • Spring – March to May are months when the day is generally warm with occasional drizzling rain to bring about cool breezes. The beginning of March also marks the start of cherry blossom season.
  • Summer – June to August are months that the country is hot and humid, with frequent rain and possibility of typhoons.
  • Autumn – September to November are good months to see the fall foliage in the mountains. While it is sunny, the temperature gets cooler. There is relatively less rainfall in October and November.
  • Winter – December to February are comfortable months when the temperature ranges from 15 to 20°C. The country’s mild winter is a good time to appreciate maple trees.

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Taipei (No meal)

Welcome to Taipei
Upon arrival at Taipei airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you.

 

Day 2: Taipei – Hsinchu – Taichung (Breakfast, Lunch)

Fun and Memorable Tour
Visit the iconic National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, a national monument erected in memory of Chiang Kai-Shek, the country’s former President, in Taipei and Leofoo Theme Park in Hsinchu before enjoying the sightseeing on the freeway to Taichung. Upon arrival in Taichung, marvel at all that the famous Feng Chia Night Market has to offer.

 

Day 3: Taichung – Nantou (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Rejuvenating Tour
Enjoy the shimmering Sun Moon Lake and impressive Wenwu Temple where God of War, God of Literature and other deities are venerated. Proceed to an aboriginal product shop and round off your day with a visit to the picturesque Evergreen Grasslands at Cingjing Farm.

 

Day 4: Nantou – Hsinchu – Taipei – Yilan (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Cultural Tour
Start your day with a visit to a Taiwanese tea center and Neiwan Old Street. Continue to Martyrs’ Shrine, built in honor of the fallen Kuomintang soldiers after the Chinese Civil War, and shop for travel mementos at a handicraft center. Enjoy the experience of staying a night at Toucheng Leisure Farm.

 

Day 5: Yilan – Taipei (Breakfast)

Exploration Tour
Explore Toucheng Leisure Farm’s offerings of a rural farm life experience, fruit picking and mini zoo. Head back to Taipei via Hsuehshan Tunnel, the longest tunnel in Taiwan. Explore the quaint Jiufen where you will immerse in its alluring old world charm, and Miramar Shopping Mall before visiting Sweet Me Hotspring (bring own swimsuit and cap).

 

Day 6: Departure from Taipei (Breakfast)

Free & Easy
Free till departure transfer to Taipei airport for homebound flight.

 

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Thailand Chiang Mai 6 Days 5 Nights Best of Chiangmai, Pai, Phayao + Chiangrai Tour  (Pansy Package)

Interested in Chiang Mai & Chiang Rai attractions? We have 7 assorted packages tailored for different attractions, such as Hill Tribes, Laos, Mae Taman, Lampang, Pai, Phitsanulok, Phayao and more. Read our itineraries to find out more!

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Turkey Museum 6 Days 3 Nights Ankara + Cappadocia Tour Package

Explore Ankara by visiting Anatolian Civilizations Museum at the Citadel Area and Anitkabir - the Mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. On day 3, visit the Agzikarahan Caravanserai before arriving at Cappadocia, and take a stroll along the Ihlara Valley. Find out more now!

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 Turkey Bazaar6 Days 3 Nights Istanbul Explore Tour Package

Explore Istanbul full-day city tour with a visit to the main historical center of Istanbul, Sultanahmet with its Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Monuments. Apart from that, visit to the Grand Covered Bazaar, Spice Market, Asian side of Istanbul and more. If you wish to get the 7 Days package, take a city tour in Bursa by visiting the Grand Mosque (Ulucami), Bazaar, Silk Market (Kozahan), Green Mosque and Mausoleum.

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 Turkey Izmir 6 Days 3 Nights Izmir + Ephesus + Pamukkale Tour Packages

You will take a tour of the city with its seaside Promenade of Kordon and the Kemeralti Markets on Day 1 before visiting concentrate on the Selcuk region. Continue to visit the Ancient City of Ephesus, Selcuk Museum, Isabey Mosque, House of Mary (Meryemana) and more.

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Dubai White Mosque 6 Days 5 Nights UAE Dubai + Abu Dhabi Tour

Discover the gems of UAE as you visit Dubai and Abu Dhabi on this tour. Burj Al Arab, Gold Souk, Spice Souk, Jumeirah Mosque, Burj Khalifa and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque are some of the historic landmarks and beautiful attractions you will see during your city tours. An evening Dhow cruise tour, a desert safari tour and an exhilarating time at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi will complete your journey of discovery.

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Day 1: Arrival in Dubai (No meal) 

 
Welcome to Dubai
Upon arrival at Dubai airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you. Proceed to take the land transfer to your hotel and check-in room for a 4 nights stay.
 
 
Day 2: Dubai (Breakfast)

Dubai City Tour
Start your half-day city tour with a photo stop at Dubai Creek, the city’s historic heart. Get introduced to Dubai’s intriguing mix of old and modern as you drive through Al Bastakiya, Al Fahidi Fort, Ruler's Court, Old Mosque, Textile Souk, Central Bank, Ministry of Finance, Heritage Village, Spice Souk and Gold Souk. Head to Jumeirah Road, passing by Drydocks World and Union House, with photo stops at Jumeirah Mosque, probably the most photographed mosque in Dubai, and Burj Al Arab, known to many as a symbol of modern Dubai. Arrive at Dubai Mall around 1.30pm and you can have lunch (at own expense) and revel in retail therapy before visiting the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. Admire the Dubai Fountain Show and enter the 124th floor of Burj Khalifa by 7pm for an amazing view of Dubai. End your day at 9pm as you get picked up at Dubai Mall and return to the hotel.
 
 
Day 3: Dubai (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
Dhow Cruise Tour
Spend your day at leisure before your evening Dhow cruise tour. Enjoy your 2-hour cruise along Dubai Creek onboard the traditional wooden dhow. As you immerse in the wondrous sights of Dubai such as 'abras' (water taxis), old trading dhows, luxury yachts and architecture like the National Bank of Dubai, Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry building and Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House, you will also savour the delicious offerings of the cruise’s sumptuous buffet dinner. .
 
 
Day 4: Dubai (Breakfast, Dinner)
 
Desert Safari Tour
Explore the city at your own pace in the day. Head deep into the desert in the afternoon as you commence your desert safari tour. After an exhilarating drive across the dunes, you will arrive at the desert camp where a traditional Arabian welcome awaits you. Experience camel rides, sand boarding, henna painting, sheesha and bbq buffet dinner in the desert. Enjoy belly and tanoura dance performances under the starry sky (except during religious holidays or government orders).
 
 
Day 5: Dubai – Abu Dhabi – Dubai (Breakfast)
 
Abu Dhabi City Tour
Set out to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the UAE, for your city tour as you make a photo stop at the stunning Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, also known as the White Mosque, and visit the Heritage Village. Proceed to Yas Island and have an exhilarating time at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the first Ferrari branded theme park in the world (excl ticket)
 
 
Day 6: Departure from Dubai (Breakfast)
 
Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Dubai airport for homebound flight.

 

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Vietnam Hanoi, Ha Long Bay + Sapa 6 Days 5 Nights Hanoi, Ha Long Bay + Sapa Tour  (Banh Bao Package)

This tour package to Hanoi brings you on a Ha Long Bay cruise tour with overnight stay on board and overnight train ride to Sapa, while allowing you to explore Hanoi city at your own pace. At Ha Long Bay, you can kayak or swim in the afternoon and enjoy karaoke, star-gazing or even squid fishing at night. Waking up on the cruise also allows you to catch the sunrise at Ha Long Bay before visiting Surprise Cave and participating in a cooking class. Over at Sapa, you get to explore the villages and surrounding scenic spots.

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Vietnam is a Southeast Asian country on the South China Sea known for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and bustling cities. Hanoi, the capital, pays homage to the nation’s iconic Communist-era leader, Ho Chi Minh, via a huge marble mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) has French colonial landmarks, plus Vietnamese War history museums and the Củ Chi tunnels, used by Viet Cong soldiers.
 
1. Unforgettable experiences are everywhere in Vietnam. There’s the sublime: gazing over a surreal seascape of limestone islands from the deck of a traditional junk in Halong Bay. The ridiculous: taking 10 minutes just to cross the street through a tsunami of motorbikes in Hanoi. The inspirational: exploring the world’s most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The comical: watching a moped loaded with honking pigs weave a wobbly route along a country lane. And the contemplative: witnessing a solitary grave in a cemetery of thousands of war victims.
 
2. Vietnamese culture is complex, diverse and represents something of a history lesson. The nation's labyrinthine, teeming trading quarters are rich in indigenous crafts and reflect centuries-old mercantile influences. Ancient temples display distinctly Chinese influences in the north and Hindu origins in the south. Meanwhile the broad, tree-lined boulevards and grand state buildings that grace the capital date from the French colonial period. And it's impossible to forget Vietnam's pivotal position close to the epicentre of East Asian power and prosperity, for its cities' skylines are defined by clusters of glass-and-steel corporate HQs and sleek luxury hotels.
 
3. Most people in Vietnam are ethnic Vietnamese (Kinh), though there are many minority groups who tend to live in the highlands or big cities. The three biggest minorities are the Tay people, Thais and Muong. Others include the Khmers and Hmong. There is a sizable ethnic Chinese community in Ho Chi Minh City, most of whom are descended from migrants from Guangdong province and are hence bilingual in Cantonese, Teochew or other Chinese dialects and Vietnamese. The Chams, who live in the southern coastal areas of the country, represent the bulk of Muslims in Vietnam.
 
4. For most visitors who ascend to these altitudes, the main target is Da Lat, an erstwhile French mountain retreat that appears very romantic from afar, when the mists roll over its pine-crested hilltops, though some find it disappointing close-up, with its dreary architecture and tacky tourist trappings. The city itself is not without its charms, among them a bracing climate, some beguiling colonial buildings, picturesque bike rides and a market overflowing with delectable fruits and vegetables.
 
5. Ha Tien, a remote border town surrounded by Khmer villages, is the best place to hop on a boat to Phu Quoc. The town has also become popular for its international border crossing, which allows beach bums to slide along the coast from Phu Quoc Island to Sihanoukville in Cambodia or vice versa.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival in Hanoi (No meal) 
 
Welcome to Hanoi
Upon arrival at Hanoi airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you. 
 
 
 
Day 2:  Hanoi – Ha Long Bay (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) 
 
Ha Long Bay Relaxing Tour
Enjoy lunch while cruising through the emerald waters of Ha Long Bay and admiring the spectacular picture of tiny islets and limestone pillars topped with forests. Kayak by limestone formations or swim in the cool waters before joining the sunset party on the deck and making friends with the other members of the group. Relax for the night with karaoke, star-gazing or even squid fishing. 
 
 
 
Day 3:  Ha Long Bay – Night Train to Sapa (Breakfast, Lunch) 
 
Overnight Train Ride to Sapa
Have an early start so that you can capture photos of the beautiful sunrise from your cruise then visit Surprise Cave, also known as Sung Sot Cave, before returning to the cruise for an interesting cooking class and farewell lunch. Take the bus from the harbor back to Hanoi for your overnight train ride to Sapa. 
 
 
 
Day 4:  Night Train to Sapa – Sapa (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) 
 
Sapa Countryside Tour
Explore Sapa as you trek to the rural Cat Cat and Sin Chai Villages of the Black H’Mong ethnic group. Admire Cat Cat’s beautiful waterfall and other charming scenery along the way. Walk around Sapa’s town after dinner to discover the offerings of its night scene. 
 
 
 
Day 5:  Sapa – Night Train to Hanoi (Breakfast, Lunch) 
 
Overnight Train Ride to Hanoi
Trek to Lao Chai Village to visit the Tay and Day tribes, as well as the beautiful Ta Van Village where many Vietnam ethnic minority groups are living in harmony at. Enjoy a picnic lunch amid the scenic views along the way. Take an overnight train ride to Hanoi. 
 
 
 
Day 6:  Night Train to Hanoi – Departure from Hanoi (Breakfast) 
 
Back to Hanoi
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This tour package to Hanoi brings you on a Ha Long Bay cruise tour with overnight stay on board and Sapa trekking tour, while allowing you to explore Hanoi city at your own pace. At Ha Long Bay, you can kayak or swim in the afternoon and enjoy karaoke, star-gazing or even squid fishing at night. Waking up on the cruise also allows you to catch the sunrise at Ha Long Bay before visiting Surprise Cave and participating in a cooking class. Over at Sapa, you get to explore the villages and surrounding scenic spots.

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Vietnam is a Southeast Asian country on the South China Sea known for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and bustling cities. Hanoi, the capital, pays homage to the nation’s iconic Communist-era leader, Ho Chi Minh, via a huge marble mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) has French colonial landmarks, plus Vietnamese War history museums and the Củ Chi tunnels, used by Viet Cong soldiers.
 
1. Unforgettable experiences are everywhere in Vietnam. There’s the sublime: gazing over a surreal seascape of limestone islands from the deck of a traditional junk in Halong Bay. The ridiculous: taking 10 minutes just to cross the street through a tsunami of motorbikes in Hanoi. The inspirational: exploring the world’s most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The comical: watching a moped loaded with honking pigs weave a wobbly route along a country lane. And the contemplative: witnessing a solitary grave in a cemetery of thousands of war victims.
 
2. Vietnamese culture is complex, diverse and represents something of a history lesson. The nation's labyrinthine, teeming trading quarters are rich in indigenous crafts and reflect centuries-old mercantile influences. Ancient temples display distinctly Chinese influences in the north and Hindu origins in the south. Meanwhile the broad, tree-lined boulevards and grand state buildings that grace the capital date from the French colonial period. And it's impossible to forget Vietnam's pivotal position close to the epicentre of East Asian power and prosperity, for its cities' skylines are defined by clusters of glass-and-steel corporate HQs and sleek luxury hotels.
 
3. Most people in Vietnam are ethnic Vietnamese (Kinh), though there are many minority groups who tend to live in the highlands or big cities. The three biggest minorities are the Tay people, Thais and Muong. Others include the Khmers and Hmong. There is a sizable ethnic Chinese community in Ho Chi Minh City, most of whom are descended from migrants from Guangdong province and are hence bilingual in Cantonese, Teochew or other Chinese dialects and Vietnamese. The Chams, who live in the southern coastal areas of the country, represent the bulk of Muslims in Vietnam.
 
4. For most visitors who ascend to these altitudes, the main target is Da Lat, an erstwhile French mountain retreat that appears very romantic from afar, when the mists roll over its pine-crested hilltops, though some find it disappointing close-up, with its dreary architecture and tacky tourist trappings. The city itself is not without its charms, among them a bracing climate, some beguiling colonial buildings, picturesque bike rides and a market overflowing with delectable fruits and vegetables.
 
5. Ha Tien, a remote border town surrounded by Khmer villages, is the best place to hop on a boat to Phu Quoc. The town has also become popular for its international border crossing, which allows beach bums to slide along the coast from Phu Quoc Island to Sihanoukville in Cambodia or vice versa.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival in Hanoi (No meal) 
 
Welcome to Hanoi
Upon arrival at Hanoi airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you. 
 
 
 
Day 2:   Hanoi – Ha Long Bay (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) 
 
Relaxing Ha Long Bay
Enjoy lunch while cruising through the emerald waters of Ha Long Bay and admiring the spectacular picture of tiny islets and limestone pillars topped with forests. Kayak by the limestone formations or swim in the cool waters before joining the sunset party on the deck and making friends with the other members of the group. Relax for the night with karaoke, star-gazing or even squid fishing. 
 
 
 
Day 3:   Ha Long Bay – Hanoi (Breakfast, Lunch) 
 
Stunning Ha Long Bay
Have an early start so that you can capture photos of the beautiful sunrise from your cruise then visit Surprise Cave, also known as Sung Sot Cave, before returning to the cruise for an interesting cooking class and farewell lunch. Take the bus from the harbor back to vibrant Hanoi. 
 
 
 
Day 4:   Hanoi – Sapa (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) 
 
Sapa Countryside Tour
Explore Sapa’s countryside as you start your 2.5km trek from the rural Cat Cat Village of the Black H’Mong ethnic group. Enjoy the beautiful waterfall where the French had built a hydraulic power station and other charming scenery along the way. 
 
Day 5:   Sapa – Hanoi (Breakfast, Lunch) 
 
Choice of Tour: 2 Options
OPTION 1: Sapa – Y Linh Ho – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Sapa – Hanoi. 08:00am – 09:00pm

For the 8km trek, you will start from Y Linh Ho, passing through the rice terraces and along Muong Hoa Stream to Lao Chai Village of the Black H’Mong tribe and see the spectacular scenery of Hoang Lien Son Mountain. Head to Ta Van Village and end your trek at Ta Van Bridge. After showering at the hotel and having lunch as well as some leisure time, you will return to Hanoi. 
 
OPTION 2: Sapa – Bac Ha – Hanoi. 07:00am – 09:15pm (Only available on Sundays at additional USD 15 per pax)
For the 3km trek, you will start from Bac Ha, visiting Bac Ha Market, Hoang A Tuong Palace built in 1914 with French influence and Ban Pho Village of the Flower H’Mong tribe, and having lunch along the way. After the trek, head to Lao Chai where you will shower and relax before returning to Hanoi. 
 
 
 
Day 6:   Departure from Hanoi (Breakfast) 
 
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Free till departure transfer to Hanoi airport for homebound flight. 
 

 

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Among the Vietnam holiday packages, this is the one to choose if you want to enjoy a Ha Long Bay cruise tour with overnight stay on board and have a guided tour to Mai Chau, while being able to explore Hanoi city on your own. At Ha Long Bay, you can kayak or swim in the afternoon and enjoy karaoke, star-gazing or even squid fishing at night. Waking up on the cruise also allows you to catch the sunrise at Ha Long Bay before visiting Surprise Cave and participating in a cooking class. Over at Mai Chau, you will see most of the sights on a cycling tour, make the climb to 1000 Step Cave and experience a home stay at Mai Chau’s unique stilt house.

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Vietnam is a Southeast Asian country on the South China Sea known for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and bustling cities. Hanoi, the capital, pays homage to the nation’s iconic Communist-era leader, Ho Chi Minh, via a huge marble mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) has French colonial landmarks, plus Vietnamese War history museums and the Củ Chi tunnels, used by Viet Cong soldiers.
 
1. Unforgettable experiences are everywhere in Vietnam. There’s the sublime: gazing over a surreal seascape of limestone islands from the deck of a traditional junk in Halong Bay. The ridiculous: taking 10 minutes just to cross the street through a tsunami of motorbikes in Hanoi. The inspirational: exploring the world’s most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The comical: watching a moped loaded with honking pigs weave a wobbly route along a country lane. And the contemplative: witnessing a solitary grave in a cemetery of thousands of war victims.
 
2. Vietnamese culture is complex, diverse and represents something of a history lesson. The nation's labyrinthine, teeming trading quarters are rich in indigenous crafts and reflect centuries-old mercantile influences. Ancient temples display distinctly Chinese influences in the north and Hindu origins in the south. Meanwhile the broad, tree-lined boulevards and grand state buildings that grace the capital date from the French colonial period. And it's impossible to forget Vietnam's pivotal position close to the epicentre of East Asian power and prosperity, for its cities' skylines are defined by clusters of glass-and-steel corporate HQs and sleek luxury hotels.
 
3. Most people in Vietnam are ethnic Vietnamese (Kinh), though there are many minority groups who tend to live in the highlands or big cities. The three biggest minorities are the Tay people, Thais and Muong. Others include the Khmers and Hmong. There is a sizable ethnic Chinese community in Ho Chi Minh City, most of whom are descended from migrants from Guangdong province and are hence bilingual in Cantonese, Teochew or other Chinese dialects and Vietnamese. The Chams, who live in the southern coastal areas of the country, represent the bulk of Muslims in Vietnam.
 
4. For most visitors who ascend to these altitudes, the main target is Da Lat, an erstwhile French mountain retreat that appears very romantic from afar, when the mists roll over its pine-crested hilltops, though some find it disappointing close-up, with its dreary architecture and tacky tourist trappings. The city itself is not without its charms, among them a bracing climate, some beguiling colonial buildings, picturesque bike rides and a market overflowing with delectable fruits and vegetables.
 
5. Ha Tien, a remote border town surrounded by Khmer villages, is the best place to hop on a boat to Phu Quoc. The town has also become popular for its international border crossing, which allows beach bums to slide along the coast from Phu Quoc Island to Sihanoukville in Cambodia or vice versa.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival in Hanoi (No meal) 
 
Welcome to Hanoi
Upon arrival at Hanoi airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. 
 
 
 
Day 2:  Hanoi – Mai Chau (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) 
 
Mai Chau Cycling Tour
Set off to Hoa Binh for refreshment before heading to Mai Chau. Stop by Mai Chau Valley for a photo stop. Upon arrival at Mai Chau, have lunch at a local family’s house. Cycle around the villages of the White Thai tribe and learn more about its culture. After enjoying dinner and the minority’s traditional alcohol known as ruou can with the local family, retire for the night with a home stay at Mai Chau’s unique stilt house. 
 
 
 
Day 3:  Mai Chau – Hanoi (Breakfast, Lunch) 
 
Mai Chau 1000 Step Cave Tour
Take an early morning walk around the village and observe the women prepare food while the sun rises over the beautiful mountains. Walk to Mai Chau market and proceed to make the climb to 1000 Step Cave where you will be rewarded with breath-taking views. Have lunch in the village before returning to Hanoi. 
 
 
 
Day 4:  Hanoi – Ha Long Bay (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) 
 
Ha Long Bay Relaxing Tour
Enjoy lunch while cruising through the emerald waters of Ha Long Bay and admiring the spectacular picture of tiny islets and limestone pillars topped with forests. Kayak by limestone formations or swim in the cool waters before joining the sunset party on the deck and making friends with the other members of the group. Relax for the night with karaoke, star-gazing or even squid fishing. 
 
 
 
Day 5:  Ha Long Bay – Hanoi (Breakfast, Lunch) 
 
Ha Long Bay Surprise Cave Tour
Have an early start so that you can capture photos of the beautiful sunrise from your cruise then visit Surprise Cave, also known as Sung Sot Cave, before returning to the cruise for an interesting cooking class and farewell lunch. Proceed to take the bus from the harbor back to vibrant Hanoi. 
 
 
 
Day 6:  Departure from Hanoi (Breakfast) 
 
Back to Hanoi
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This tour package to Hanoi allows you to self-explore Hanoi city, while bringing you to visit Tam Coc, and have overnight stays at Ha Long Bay and Cat Ba. Discover Hoa Lu’s ancient temples before immersing yourself in the beauty of Tam Coc’s karst formations on your boat ride. At Ha Long Bay cruise tour, you can kayak or swim in the afternoon and enjoy board games, star-gazing or even squid fishing at night. You will also visit Surprise Cave and participate in a cooking class. Over at Cat Ba, you get to have a leisurely day on the beach before your BBQ dinner.

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Vietnam is a Southeast Asian country on the South China Sea known for its beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas and bustling cities. Hanoi, the capital, pays homage to the nation’s iconic Communist-era leader, Ho Chi Minh, via a huge marble mausoleum. Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) has French colonial landmarks, plus Vietnamese War history museums and the Củ Chi tunnels, used by Viet Cong soldiers.
 
1. Unforgettable experiences are everywhere in Vietnam. There’s the sublime: gazing over a surreal seascape of limestone islands from the deck of a traditional junk in Halong Bay. The ridiculous: taking 10 minutes just to cross the street through a tsunami of motorbikes in Hanoi. The inspirational: exploring the world’s most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. The comical: watching a moped loaded with honking pigs weave a wobbly route along a country lane. And the contemplative: witnessing a solitary grave in a cemetery of thousands of war victims.
 
2. Vietnamese culture is complex, diverse and represents something of a history lesson. The nation's labyrinthine, teeming trading quarters are rich in indigenous crafts and reflect centuries-old mercantile influences. Ancient temples display distinctly Chinese influences in the north and Hindu origins in the south. Meanwhile the broad, tree-lined boulevards and grand state buildings that grace the capital date from the French colonial period. And it's impossible to forget Vietnam's pivotal position close to the epicentre of East Asian power and prosperity, for its cities' skylines are defined by clusters of glass-and-steel corporate HQs and sleek luxury hotels.
 
3. Most people in Vietnam are ethnic Vietnamese (Kinh), though there are many minority groups who tend to live in the highlands or big cities. The three biggest minorities are the Tay people, Thais and Muong. Others include the Khmers and Hmong. There is a sizable ethnic Chinese community in Ho Chi Minh City, most of whom are descended from migrants from Guangdong province and are hence bilingual in Cantonese, Teochew or other Chinese dialects and Vietnamese. The Chams, who live in the southern coastal areas of the country, represent the bulk of Muslims in Vietnam.
 
4. For most visitors who ascend to these altitudes, the main target is Da Lat, an erstwhile French mountain retreat that appears very romantic from afar, when the mists roll over its pine-crested hilltops, though some find it disappointing close-up, with its dreary architecture and tacky tourist trappings. The city itself is not without its charms, among them a bracing climate, some beguiling colonial buildings, picturesque bike rides and a market overflowing with delectable fruits and vegetables.
 
5. Ha Tien, a remote border town surrounded by Khmer villages, is the best place to hop on a boat to Phu Quoc. The town has also become popular for its international border crossing, which allows beach bums to slide along the coast from Phu Quoc Island to Sihanoukville in Cambodia or vice versa.

 

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Day 1:  Arrival in Hanoi (No meal) 
 
Welcome to Hanoi
Upon arrival at Hanoi airport, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. 
 
 
 
Day 2:  Hanoi (Breakfast, Lunch) 
 
Scenic Tam Coc
Discover Hoa Lu, Vietnam’s historic capital, as you visit the ancient temples of the Le and Dinh dynasties. Continue on to Tam Coc where you will immerse yourself in the beauty of the karst formations as your boat trip takes you alongside them and into one of the many caves. 
 
 
 
Day 3:  Hanoi – Ha Long Bay (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) 
 
Stunning Ha Long Bay
Enjoy lunch while cruising through the emerald waters of Ha Long Bay and admiring the spectacular picture of tiny islets and limestone pillars topped with forests. Kayak by limestone formations or swim in the cool waters before having dinner and relaxing for the night with board games, star-gazing or even squid fishing. 
 
 
 
Day 4:  Ha Long Bay – Cat Ba Island (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) 
 
Relaxing Cat Ba
Start your day with a visit to Surprise Cave, also known as Sung Sot Cave, before taking a boat ride through Lan Ha Bay to Cat Ba Island. Upon arrival at Cat Ba Island, you can have a leisurely day on the beach where you can sunbathe and swim or for the more active, join a biking trip to the nearby Viet Hai Village (additional USD 5 per pax), before enjoying a BBQ dinner. 
 
 
 
Day 5:  Cat Ba Island – Hanoi (Breakfast, Lunch) 
 
Tranquil Ha Long Bay
Join an interesting cooking class and enjoy a delicious farewell lunch as you cruise back to Ha Long’s harbor. Relish your last views of the charming Ha Long Bay before proceeding to take the bus from the harbor back to the vibrant Hanoi where you can self-explore its night scene. 
 
 
 
Day 6:  Departure from Hanoi (Breakfast) 
 
Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Hanoi airport for homebound flight. 

 

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Japan Miyajima 6 Days 5 Nights Japan Autumn Tour

You will get to appreciate Japan’s nature, local produce, history, heritage and traditions on this tour. From Ritsurin Garden, Iya Kazurabashi Bridge, fruit picking and an Oboke sightseeing river cruise to Atomic Bomb Dome & Peace Memorial Park, Matsuyama Castle and Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter and dinner with geishas, there is much to discover.

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Atomic Bomb Dome

Grapes

Miyajima

Ritsurin Garden

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Hiroshima, Miyajima, Imabari, Matsuyama, Iya Valley, Kochi, Takamatsu and Kurashiki have a warm and temperate climate, and an average temperature of 15.5 °C. They experience a significant amount of rainfall throughout the year.

 

The seasons in Hiroshima, Miyajima, Imabari, Matsuyama, Iya Valley, Kochi, Takamatsu and Kurashiki are as follow:

 

  • Spring – March to May is when spring arrives and along with it, comes the blooming of plum and cherry blossoms. Plum blossoms start to bloom in February in Matsuyama, Kochi and Takamatsu, and March in Hiroshima and Miyajima. Cherry blossoms bloom later and they can be admired in February in Kochi, March in Hiroshima, Miyajima, Matsuyama and Kurashiki, and April in Takamatsu.

 

  • Summer – June to September are months when the cities get hot and humid. August is the hottest month, and sees Takamatsu Festival with fireworks and street dancing, and Yosakoi Dance Festival in Kochi. Mid June to late July is rainy season with June being the wettest month for all cities except Takamatsu. September is the wettest month in Takamatsu.

 

  • Autumn – October to November are months when temperatures are mild and the weather good for outdoor exploration. Hiroshima and Miyajima’s famous fall foliage starts by end October, whereas Iya Valley’s starts in early October. On Iya Valley’s mountain tops, snow will begin to fall in November.

 

  • Winter – December to February is when the cities experience mild winters with the possibility of snow. January is the coldest month. December is the driest month for all cities except Kurashiki. January is the driest month in Kurashiki. 

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Hiroshima – Miyajima – Hiroshima (Dinner)

Welcome to Hiroshima

Upon arrival at Hiroshima airport, our local representative will meet and welcome you. Proceed to take a ferry from Miyajimaguchi to Miyajima where you will enjoy sightseeing and free time for lunch before taking the ferry back to Miyajimaguchi and retire for the day at Hiroshima.

 

Day 2: Hiroshima – Imabari – Matsuyama (Breakfast, Lunch)

Atomic Bomb Dome & Peace Memorial Park, Towel Museum Ichihiro and Shimanami Kaido
Spend the morning at Atomic Bomb Dome & Peace Memorial Park then revel in a little retail therapy. After having Hiroshima’s Okonomiyaki for lunch, proceed to visit Towel Museum Ichihiro via Shimanami Kaido which offers sublime scenery. Following your check-in to hotel, you will enjoy shopping and sightseeing along Haikara Street, Dogo Onsen’s shopping district.

 

Day 3: Matsuyama – Iya Valley – Kochi (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Matsuyama Castle, Iya Valley and Dinner with Geishas
Start your day with a tour of the beautiful Matsuyama Castle, a surviving castle from the Edo period, before savoring the delicious Iya Soba for lunch. Bask in scenic enjoyment as you visit Iya Kazurabashi Bridge and Biwa Waterfall. Pick up some souvenirs at Kazurabashi Yume Dance Hall Center then drop by Katsurahama Beach. Following your check-in to hotel, you will experience having dinner with the geishas at Ryotei Hama-cho.

 

Day 4: Kochi – Oboke Gorge – Takamatsu (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Hirome Market, Local Produce and Oboke Gorge
Pay visits to the popular and nostalgia-evoking Hirome Market and a high-quality dried bonito flakes factory. Try your hand at a traditional seared bonito straw-grilling workshop before having lunch, then relish in a fun spot of fruit-picking at Kyoho Garden. Marvel at the gorgeous beauty of Oboke Gorge as you enjoy a ride on the Oboke sightseeing river cruise.

 

Day 5: Takamatsu – Kurashiki – Hiroshima (Breakfast, Dinner)

Ritsurin Garden and Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter
Head to Ritsurin Garden, touted to be one of the best gardens in Japan. Travel via Seto Ohashi Bridge & Yoshima Island Parking Area as you proceed to Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter, a beautifully preserved historic area. Spend the afternoon at your leisure as you lunch and shop at Mitsui Outlet Mall Kurashiki.

 

Day 6: Departure from Hiroshima (Breakfast)

Free and Easy
Free till departure transfer to Hiroshima airport for homebound flight.

 

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Japan Kochi Castle 6 Days 5 Nights Kansai + Shikoku Self-Drive Tour

Explore Japan at your own pace as you embark on this self-drive tour. Be it viewing Naruto Whirlpools up close, riding the Oboke Gorge Sightseeing Boat, walking on one of the remaining vine bridges, shopping in the longest shopping district in Japan, soaking in one of the oldest onsens or touring beautiful attractions such as Kochi Castle, Uchiko Town and Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter, this tour package will give you an experience you will never forget.

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Kochi Castle

Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter

Naruto

Udon Workshop

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Naruto, Takamatsu, Iya Valley, Kochi, Shimanto, Uchiko, Matsuyama, Imabari, Kurashiki and Osaka have a warm and temperate climate, and an average temperature of 16 °C. They experience a significant amount of rainfall throughout the year.

 

The seasons in Naruto, Takamatsu, Iya Valley, Kochi, Shimanto, Uchiko, Matsuyama, Imabari, Kurashiki and Osaka are as follow:

 

  • Spring – March to May is when spring arrives and along with it, comes the blooming of plum and cherry blossoms. Plum blossoms start to bloom in February in Matsuyama, Kochi and Takamatsu, and March in Osaka. Cherry blossoms bloom later and they can be admired in February in Kochi, March in Matsuyama, Kurashiki and Osaka, and April in Takamatsu.

 

  • Summer – June to September are months when the cities get hot and humid. August is the hottest month, and sees Takamatsu Festival with fireworks and street dancing, and Yosakoi Dance Festival in Kochi. Mid June to late July is rainy season with June being the wettest month for all cities except Naruto and Takamatsu. September is the wettest month in Naruto and Takamatsu.

 

  • Autumn – October to November are months when temperatures are mild and the weather good for outdoor exploration. On Iya Valley’s mountain tops, snow will begin to fall in November.

 

  • Winter – December to February is when the cities experience mild winters with the possibility of snow. January is the coldest month. December is the driest month for all cities except Naruto, Shimanto and Kurashiki. January is the driest month in Naruto, Shimanto and Kurashiki. 

 

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Day 1: Arrival in Kansai – Naruto – Takamatsu (Breakfast)

Naruto Whirlpools and Japanese Sweets-making Workshop

Upon arrival at Kansai airport, collect your rental car and set off via Kobe Awaji Naruto Expressway to Naruto Whirlpools where you can get up close to the whirlpools on a sightseeing boat. Travel via Takamatsu Expressway to Mamehana and make some traditional Japanese sweets using wasanbon sugar. Take Chuo-dori/National Route 11 and Kanko-dori to Takamatsu where you can stroll along the longest shopping district in Japan.

 

Day 2: Takamatsu – Kotohira-gu Town – Iya Valley (Breakfast)

Konpira-gu Shrine, Sanuki Udon-making Workshop and Oboke Gorge
Take National Route 32 to Konpira-gu Shrine where you can climb the famous steps to the main shrine and check out the many traditional shops along the way. Try your hand at making Sanuki Udon, a Kagawa Prefecture’s specialty, at Nakano Udon School before getting on National Route 32 again to go to Oboke Gorge where you will marvel at the beauty of the valley while riding the Oboke Gorge Sightseeing Boat.

 

Day 3: Iya Valley – Kochi (Breakfast)

Iya- Kazurabashi, Manneken Pis Statue, Ochiai Village, Nishijima Horticultural Park and Hirome Market
Walk on one of the remaining vine bridges, Iya-Kazurabashi, used by samurais of the past. Travel via Prefectural Route 32 to view Manneken Pis Statue and Ochiai Village which is one of the remaining old samurai villages. Take National Route 32 and Kochi Expressway to visit Nishijima Horticultural Park where you can relish in a fun spot of fruit-picking, then take Otsu Bypass to Hirome Market.

 

Day 4: Kochi – Shimanto – Uchiko Town – Matsuyama (Breakfast)

Kochi Castle, Salt-making and Seared Bonito Straw-grilling Workshop, Uchiko Town and Dogo Onsen
Tour the beautiful Kochi Castle, one of the 12 remaining original castles in Japan, before taking Kochi Expressway and Nakamura Kaido to Salt Bee for a solar salt-making workshop and Prefectural Route 25 to Kuroshio Ichiban for a traditional seared bonito straw-grilling workshop and meal. Travel via National Route 381 to Uchiko Town to view well-preserved merchants’ houses from the Edo and Meiji periods. Take Matsuyama Expressway to Dogo Onsen and visit one of the oldest onsens in Japan, said to have healing properties and frequently visited by the imperial family in the olden days.

 

Day 5: Matsuyama – Imabari – Kurashiki – Osaka (Breakfast)

Towel Museum Ichihiro, Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter and Shinsaibashi
Pay a visit to Towel Museum Ichihiro via National Route 317 and see how high-quality towels are made. Travel via West Seto Expressway and Sanyo Expressway to Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter, a beautifully preserved historic area. Take Sanyo Expressway to Shinsaibashi, one of Osaka’s internationally famous shopping districts, where you can revel in some retail therapy.

 

Day 6: Osaka – Namba – Departure from Kansai (Breakfast)

Rinku Premium Outlets Mall
Enjoy great bargains as you shop at Rinku Premium Outlets Mall before travelling via Kansai International Airport Connection Bridge to Kansai airport for homebound flight.

 

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