Day 1 Bangkok – Arrival
For many travellers, Thailand is the perfect gateway to Southeast Asia and its exotic delights. Straddling the great Chao Phraya River, 12 miles upstream from the Gulf of Thailand, Bangkok is an exuberant and exhilarating metropolis of seven million people. Founded by Rama I in 1782, it is one of the world’s most exciting cities, highly regarded for its trendy nightclubs, cosmopolitan dining scene, and its markets, magnificent temples and palaces, offering something to everyone.
Arrive at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi airport where you will be met and greeted by your guide, waiting for you at the exit gate with a signboard. You will be transferred to your hotel for check-in. The rest of the day will be free: you can enjoy the facilities of your hotel, explore the surroundings or rest at leisure.
Accommodation in Bangkok at the hotel of your choice
Day 2 Bangkok (B)
Breakfast at the hotel before your morning excursion: half day city & temples excursion (Schedule time 08.30 – 12.30hrs)
Join one of our most popular tours, bringing you along 3 of the most stunning temples Bangkok has to offer! It features the “Wat Traimit” with its 5, 5, ton heavy Golden Buddha Image, Wat Chetuporn (commonly known as Wat Pho), that boasts the over 45-meters long Reclining Buddha. Wat Pho is also regarded as the first centre of public education and is sometimes called Thailand’s first university. Mural paintings, inscriptions, and statues found in the temple educated people on varied subjects such as literature, warfare, archaeology, astronomy, geology, meditation. Not to forget, Wat Pho is also considered home of the world-renown Thai traditional massage. The tour ends with a visit to Wat Benchamaborpit (also known as the Marble Temple): a representation of an outstanding success of marriage between Italian Carrera marble and classical Thai architecture. Spend the rest of the day at leisure.
Day 3 Bangkok (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and full day at leisure to enjoy the nice surroundings of Bangkok. If interested, your guide will be happy to recommend a range of exciting optional excursions.
Day 4 Bangkok – Singapore (B)
Breakfast at the hotel and check-out. You will be transferred to Bangkok airport for your departure flight to Singapore. Upon arrival in Singapore, transfer to the hotel of your choice.
Day 5 Singapore Sightseeing (B)
Half day city tour starts with a drive through the “colonial heart” of Singapore for a view of the most important monuments. Stop at the Merlion Park and enjoy views of Marina Bay. Visit the Th ian Hock Keng Temple and fascinating Chinatown, Handicraft Centre, National Orchid Garden and the Little India.
Day 6 Singapore (B)
Full day is free at leisure.
Perhaps take an optional tour to visit the National Museum and an afternoon Tea at the Raffles Hotel.
Day 7 Singapore – Bali Denpasar – Ubud (B)
Transfer to airport for your flight to Bali.
Upon arrival at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, you will be greeted by our professional licensed tour guide and transferred by air-conditioned vehicle to your hotel in Ubud.
Overnight stay at your hotel of choice in Ubud.
Day 8 Ubud Temple Tour & Jatiluwih Cycling (B/L)
After breakfast at the hotel, depart at 08:00 AM with your guide on a chauffeured vehicle for a full-day excursion. The first stop will be at the Royal Temple of Mengwi, which was built in 1634 to serve as the family temple of the Mengwi dynasty. Surrounded by a moat, the temple is a truly stunning example of historical temple architecture with multi-roofed meru (shrines) and intricately carved wooden gates.
Your tour continues with a visit to Pura Batukaru, a Hindu temple on the slopes of Mount Batukaru. Originally built in the 11th century and rebuilt to its current form in 1959, the temple has a seven-tiered structure of meru (shrines) dedicated to the god Mahadewa. Pura Batukaru is the starting point of your two-hour cycling. From here, you will embark on a leisurely ride through picturesque villages and lush scenery, passing through the village of Jatiluwih. This village is famous for its terraced rice fields and bamboo forest which has been declared as one of the UNESCO’s World Heritage sites. The cycling ends with private lunch served at our private spot amidst the rice terraces of Jatiluwih.
After lunch, proceed to Bedugul highlands in the heart of Bali which is famous for its stunning scenery and three lakes. See colorful displays of fruits, vegetables, orchids, and all the produce of local gardens at Bedugul’s traditional market. There are also stalls selling exotic spices and various souvenirs. Continue to drive to the north, ascending further into the hills to reach Lake Bratan. Set on the shore of the lake, the iconic Pura Ulun Danu is one of Bali’s most sacred and iconic Hindu temples. Built in 1663, the temple with an 11-storey meru (shrine) dedicated to god Shiva is used for offering ceremonies to the goddess of water, Dewi Danu. Return to Ubud in the late afternoon.
Overnight stay at your hotel choice in Ubud.
Day 9 Ubud Half Day Excursion – Seminyak (B/L)
Breakfast will be served at the hotel before pickup by your guide and driver for the short drive to Mas. This small village is located about 15 km from Ubud and is known for its traditional wood carvings. Here, you will have a chance to take part in activities that are ‘uniquely Bali’. Translated by a local guide, an astrologer will offer blessings and tell you your destiny using ancient methods.
You will then head to Kayun Restaurant for lunch before returning to your hotel in Ubud.
Transfer to Seminyak later this afternoon.
Overnight stay at your hotel choice in Seminyak.
Day 10 Seminyak (B)
Your day is free at leisure to enjoy the beach in Seminyak.
Day 11 Bali – Hong Kong (B)
Your day is free at leisure until time for your transfer to the airport for your flight to Hong Kong.
Upon arrival in Hong Kong, you will be met by your local representative and transferred to your chosen hotel.
Day 12 Hong Kong (B)
This morning’s sightseeing tour includes a ride up to Victoria Peak, then visit Repulse Bay before stopping at the famous fishing village of Aberdeen for a chance to ride in a “Sampan”. Visit Stanley Market before heading back to your hotel. The afternoon and evening are free for shopping, wandering the bustling Nathan Road or for other pursuits.
Day 13 Hong Kong (B)
Full day at leisure to pursue own interest or take an optional excursion to Macau, just less than one hour by high speed boat or to Lantau Islands to see the Giant Buddha.
Day 14 Hong Kong (B)
Transfer to the Airport for homeward flight.