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Blue Mountains tours, sights and activities

6D5N Sydney & Surrounds Indulgence

Land Tour SGD978

    Highlights

    Port Stephens
    horse back riding, Blue Water Wonderland, Morpeth
    Central Coast
    dolphin watch, cruise, 4WD excursion, Central Coast
    Blue Mountains
    Blue Mountains, Echo Point, Jamison Valley, Three Sisters, Wentworth Falls, Railway, Skyway, Cableway, Walkway, Leura
    Hunter
    Mount Victoria, shop, Hunter Valley Gardens
    Sydney
    Madame Tussauds Sydney, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Manly Sea Life Sanctuary, Sydney Tower Eye, Wild Life Sydney Zoo

Overview:

  • 1 night in Blue Mountains, Waldorf Leura Garden Resort with breakfast
  • 1 night in Hunter Valley, Hunter Resort with full breakfast
  • 1 night in Port Stephens, Oaks Pacific Blue Resort
  • 2 nights in Sydney, Novotel Rockford Darling Harbour with breakfast
  • Scenic World Unlimited Discovery Pass in Blue Mountains
  • Horse ride around vineyard with guide in Hunter Valley
  • Dolphin Watch & 4WD Sand Dune with lunch in Port Stephens
  • Choice of 2 Merlin Entertainment’s Attractions: Sea Life, Wildlife, Tower Eye, Madame Tussauds or Sea Life Manly
  • 4 Days Hertz 1.8L Car Hire
  • One way transfer from Sydney Hotel to Airport
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    CTC Travel

    A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

  • Day 1: Arrival Sydney – Blue Mountains (B)
    Upon arrival at Sydney airport, pick up car hire and drive to the magnificent Blue Mountains. The major scenic attraction is Echo Point, from where the best views of the Jamison Valley and the magnificent Three Sisters rock formation are. Visit the spectacular Wentworth Falls, and enjoy unlimited rides on the Railway, Skyway, Cableway and Walkway.Visit the picturesque town of Leura and dine in one of the many fine restaurants. Overnight in Blue Mountains.
    Day 2: Blue Mountains - Hunter Valley (B)
    Today, travel north through Black heath and onto Mount Victoria before continuing onto the wine growing region of Hunter Valley. Visit Australia’s oldest wine growing region, sample award -winning wines and restaurants, shop for gourmet produce and simply enjoy the good life here in the Valley. You may also like to visit the Hunter Valley Gardens – a 25 hectare visual treat with 12 themed gardens. Overnight in Hunter Valley.
    Day 3: Hunter Valley - Port Stephens (L)
    After breakfast this morning, enjoy a leisurely horse back riding through the magnificent vineyard of Hunter Valley before checking out and driving northeast to Port Stephens. Known as the Blue Water Wonderland, Port Stephens is a natural bay 2.5 times the size of Sydney Harbour and almost enclosed by two dormant volcanic headlands. Enroute, stop by at Morpeth, a quaint town boasting charming cafes and a delightful array of craft shops. There is fabulous seafood and over 26 golden sandy beaches to explore in this region. Overnight in Port Stephens.
    Day 4: Port Stephens - Central Coast - Sydney (B)
    This morning, hop on a dolphin watch cruise to catch a glimpse of the friendly mammals and embark on a 4WD excursion to explore the sand dunes. After lunch, proceed to Central Coast. Stop at The Entrance for a daily spectacle at 3.30pm where pelicans flock to the waterfront promenade to be fed. Then, continue with your drive back to Sydney via the Pacific Highway. Overnight in Sydney.
    Day 5: Sydney - Choice Of 2 Attractions Under Merlin Entertainment Group (B)
    After breakfast, free to explore the city on your own. With your Merlin Attractions Pass, you can choose 2 from 5 attractions in Sydney. Experience the glittering world of fame at Madame Tussauds Sydney with over 70 wax figures, visit Sea Life Sydney Aquarium or if Sharks is your thing, you may like to choose Manly Sea Life Sanctuary instead, where you can choose to swim with the sharks cage-free.The Sydney Tower Eye standing at 250m tall, offers stunning views of the city. Of course, the all time favorite is the Wild Life Sydney Zoo, where one can get up close to koalas,walk amongst kangaroos and wallabies and come eye-to-eye with Rex - one of the world's biggest crocodiles!
    Day 6: Sydney - Departure
    Free at leisure today to explore Sydney on your own, before your departure transfer arrives to pick you up to the Airport.
    • Notes:
      • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
      • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
      • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
      • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
      • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
      • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
      • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
      • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
      • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
      • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).

    Overview:

    • 1 night in Blue Mountains, Waldorf Leura Garden Resort with breakfast
    • 1 night in Hunter Valley, Hunter Resort with full breakfast
    • 1 night in Port Stephens, Oaks Pacific Blue Resort
    • 2 nights in Sydney, Novotel Rockford Darling Harbour with breakfast
    • Scenic World Unlimited Discovery Pass in Blue Mountains
    • Horse ride around vineyard with guide in Hunter Valley
    • Dolphin Watch & 4WD Sand Dune with lunch in Port Stephens
    • Choice of 2 Merlin Entertainment’s Attractions: Sea Life, Wildlife, Tower Eye, Madame Tussauds or Sea Life Manly
    • 4 Days Hertz 1.8L Car Hire
    • One way transfer from Sydney Hotel to Airport
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Adelaide tours, sights and activities

6D5N Adelaide - Barossa & Kangaroo Island

Land Tour SGD918

    Highlights

    Victor Harbor
    Hot Air Ballooning, Angas Park Fruits, Jacob’s Creek, Wolf Blass, Peter Lehmann, Yalumba, Whispering Wall, Mengler’s Hill, Almond Train, Medlow Confectionery, Victor Harbour
    Kangaroo Island
    Andermel Marron, Two Wheeler Creek Wines, Kangaroo Island Marine Tours, snorkelling, Kingscote Wharf, Island Pure Sheep Dairy, Kangaroo Island Spirits, Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery, Clifford's Honey Farm
    Adelaide
    Cleland Wildlife Park, Mount Lofty Summit, shops, Big Rocking Horse, shop, Toy Factory, Gumeracha, North Terrace, Art Gallery, South Australian Museum, shops, Jetty Road, Temptation Sailing
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    A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

  • Day 1: Arrive Adelaide - Adelaide Hills - Barossa
    Upon arrival, pick up car and drive to Adelaide Hills. We suggest a visit to Cleland Wildlife Park where you can hand-feed kangaroos, hold koala and meet wombat and more. Take in the views from Mount Lofty Summit and enjoy free time to explore the historic village of Hahndorf, with its many local crafts and fresh produce shops. Marvel at the Big Rocking Horse and shop at the Toy Factory at Gumeracha. Continue to Barossa.
    Day 2: Barossa - McLaren Vale - Victor Harbour
    Early this morning, why not enjoy a Hot Air Ballooning adventure across the breathtaking Barossa vineyard. Thereafter, it is a short drive to Angas Park Fruits to try their delicious range of dried fruits. Enjoy wine tasting at some of the family owned and operated Barossa wineries, including Jacob’s Creek, Wolf Blass, Peter Lehmann and Yalumba, and discover more about the winemaking process. Some wineries, such as Penfolds, allow visitors to ‘blend their own’ wine and take it home in a souvenir bottle. Make a brief stop at Whispering Wall and Mengler’s Hill lookout before heading to McLaren Vale. Visit the Almond Train for almonds of every flavour and Medlow Confectionery for something sweet. Continue on to Victor Harbour and travel on Australia's oldest horse-drawn tram along the causeway to Granite Island. Visit the penguin centre and at dusk join a guided tour to see these little penguins returning to their burrows after a day's fishing. During June to September, Southern Right Whales can also be spotted close to shore along Victor Harbour.
    Day 3: Victor Harbour - Cape Jervis (50min) - Pennshaw (Ferry Crossing 45min) - Kangaroo Island
    Take a scenic drive from Victor Harbour to Cape Jervis and board SeaLink vehicle and passenger ferry for a 45-minute crossing to Kangaroo Island, the third largest island in Australia and seven times the size of Singapore. Once you have landed at Penneshaw, drive to Seal Bay Conservation Park on the southern coast where you can have an experience of a lifetime walking among a breeding colony of Australian Sea Lions. Head to Little Sahara, an area of spectacular white sand dunes, surrounded by bush vegetation. Take your sandboard and climb to the top of the razorback ridges and enjoy a thrilling ride to the bottom (sandboards and toboggans are available for hire from Kangaroo Island Outdoor Action at Vivonne Bay). Next, visit the dramatic coastal formations of Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch in Flinders Chase National Park. Remarkable Rocks provides a spectacular backdrop for photographers and Admiral's Arch boardwalk leads to a rugged cliff face to confront a spectacular rock arch and a nursery haven for New Zealand Fur Seals.
    Day 4: Kangaroo Island
    This morning, drive through the centre of the island. Don't miss sampling the unique gastronomic experience at Andermel Marron and Two Wheeler Creek Wines. Visitors can take a tour of the modern fish farm and select a marron of their choice to be cooked by the café’s talented gourmet chef. Complete the meal with a fine wine, made from grapes grown on the farm's vineyard. You may like to join a one-hour, half or full-day excursion from Kingscote with Kangaroo Island Marine Tours. Go snorkelling with seals, sea lions and dolphins. Soak up the fun and meet the marine life on the comfortable, purpose-built craft. Should time permit, view the pelican feeding at the Kingscote Wharf where 'The Pelican Man' gives a lively informative talk while feeding the birds at 5pm daily.
    Day 5: Kangaroo Island - Adelaide (2hr 40min)
    This morning, visit Island Pure Sheep Dairy - South Australia's first sheep dairy and cheese factory. Opened in 1992, it has become well-known for its range of high quality Mediterranean-style cheeses and yoghurt. Then, visit Kangaroo Island Spirits - South Australia's first and boutique distillery. All products are hand-made in small batches using hand crafted copper pot stills. The range includes a honey and walnut liqueur, anisette, and a strawberry and vanilla liqueur. Enroute to Penneshaw, detour before the return ferry journey back to Adelaide with stops at Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery - South Australia's only working eucalyptus distillery. Visit Clifford's Honey Farm - discover the unique Ligurian bee, taste several flavours of pure Ligurian honey or try its famous honey ice-cream. Return to Adelaide late afternoon via the Ferry Cruise.
    Day 6: Depart Adelaide
    Free at leisure today before your departing flight home. You may like to consider taking a walk along North Terrace, which is also known as the cultural boulevard and explore the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum. Alternatively, take the tram and head down to Adelaide's favourite seaside suburb, Glenelg. Walk along the Esplanade, explore the shops of Jetty Road, stop for a coffee break at the beachside hotels or Holdfast Shores Marina Complex where there are a variety of cafes and restaurants. You may also like to swim with the wild dolphins with Temptation Sailing (early morning only) and visit the Beachouse entertainment complex complete with waterslide. Drive back to Adelaide airport to drop off your rental car (don’t forget to pump it back to full tank!) and take your flight back home.
    • Package Inclusions:
      • 2N at Mecure Kangaroo Island (Ex All Seasons Kangaroo Island)
      • 1N at Barossa Valley, Novotel
      • 1N at Victor Harbour, Comfort Inn
      • 1N at Adelaide Mecure Grosvenor or similar
      • Passenger & Vehicle Ferry Transfer (2 ways between Cape Jervis & Pennshaw)
      • 5 Days Hertz 1.8L Car Hire
    • Notes:
      • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
      • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
      • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
      • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
      • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
      • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
      • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
      • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
      • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
      • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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Shiraoi tours, sights and activities

7D6N A Foodie's Hokkaido Self Drive

Land Tour SGD908

Overview:

The food of Hokkaido is one of the northern island's biggest attractions, especially the high quality seafood caught in its cold waters and the agricultural products grown on its wide farmlands.

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    CTC Travel

    A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

  • Day 1: Arrival - Via Tokyo/Taipei (MOB)
    Suggested to take night flight and arrived Hokkaido New Chitose Airport on next day morning.
    Day 2: Tokyo/Taipei - Chitose - Lake Utonai - Shiraoi - Noboribetsu Onsen (D)
    Upon arrival New Chitose Airport, look for Toyota Car Rental’s counters for documents verification and process for car pick up. Suggested itinerary: Lake Utonai, Shiraoi Ainu Village, Jigokudani (Hell Valley),a sulfurous valley with boiling ponds covered by steaming streams, Noboribetsu Hot Spring Suggested Lunch: Shiraoi’s specialty, Shiraoi beef. The bagel burger with high quality Black Wagyu beef is highly popular
    Day 3: Noboribetsu Onsen - Lake Toya - Niseko (B/D)
    Suggested itinerary: Cape Chikyu (The Earth Cape), winner of Hokkaido’s Best 100 Nature Spots, where the extreme beauty of sheer cliffs at southern tip of Etomo Peninsula takes your breath away. Date City offers indigo-dyeing and has a blacksmith workshop where visitors can observe the art of sword forging. Showa Shinzan, an active volcano that belches out smoke even now. Lake Toya, Kyoguku’s Fukidashi Park. Arrive Niseko. Suggested lunch: Tarako (salted roe) and hairy crabs famous in the region, and don’t forget to try the well-known cheese and ice-cream made in the farms of Date city.
    Day 4: Niseko - Otaru - Asahikawa (B/L)
    Suggested itinerary: White Chocolate Factory, Otaru Canal & Music Box Museum, Sake Museum, Asahiyama Zoo, Asahikawa Ramen Museum, Asahikawa Shopping Street Suggested lunch: rich and sweet taste of uni on a bowl of delicious rice or Grilled Seafood or Sashimi in Otaru. Don’t forget to visit one of Otaru’s wine gallery and enjoy some of that famous wine soft serve ice-cream.
    Day 5: Asahikawa - Furano - Sapporo (B/L)
    Suggested itinerary: Drive to Furano Farm Tomita for Lavender Blossom Viewing (July), Sun Flower Blossom Viewing (Aug), Furano Cheese Factory, Furano Jam Garden, Anpanman Shop, Recycled House, Odori Park, Sapporo TV Tower & Clock Tower, Tanuki Koji Shopping Arcade. Suggested lunch: Furano Wine House – a glass of Furano famous wine goes well with any food!
    Day 6: Sapporo (B/L)
    Suggested itinerary: Nijo Fresh Seafood Market, Mt Okurayama, Susukino Ramen Alley, Hokaido Jingu. Suggested Lunch: Sapporo Ramen
    Day 7: Sapporo - Chitose - Via Tokyo/Taipei - Departure (B)
    Free at your own leisure until departure. Drive to Car Rental Company to return your car and check-in for your flight home.
  • Package Include:

    • 5 nights accommodation + 5 breakfasts & 2 dinners as follows:
      • 1N at Niseko Kanro No Mori with dinner & breakfast
      • 1N at Asahikawa Washinton Hotel with breakfast
      • 1N at Noboribetsu Sekisuitei with dinner & breakfast
      • 2N at Sapporo Aspen Hotel with breakfast
    • 6 Days Car Rental + English GPS system
    • Baby Seat : Free Of Charge / on requet Basis
  • Please contact us for additional nights stays in other cities of Hokkaido.
  • Notes:
    • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
    • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
    • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
    • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
    • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
    • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
    • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
    • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
    • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
    • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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    Hunter tours, sights and activities

    6D5N The Legendary Pacific Coast

    Land Tour SGD858
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      A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

    • Day 1: Arrival - Sydney - Hunter Valley
      Distance: 221 KM, Approx. Travel Time: 3Hrs Drive northwards from Sydney for about an hour and 20 minutes and you will arrive at the Central Coast (Terrigal and The Entrance). Along the way, you can stop at the Australian Reptile Park for a close encounter with the crocodiles, Tasmanian Devils, spiders, snakes koalas, dingoes and more. Watch daily pelican feeding at The Entrance’s Memorial Park at 3.30 pm or have a go at horse-riding at Glenworth Valley Horse Riding, which is highly recommended for new riders. Continue north west to visit the Hunter Valley – a must-do for gourmands and lovers of the good life. Choose from more than 120 cellar door outlets and a myriad of international brands and boutique producers. Even if you are not a wine connoisseur, there are plenty of other things to do, such as visiting the 25-hectare Hunter Valley Gardens which has 12 different feature gardens. Two of the popular ones include the Rose Garden and Story Book Garden. You can also explore Hunter Valley Village and browse the quaint stores and fresh local produce. Overnight: Hunter Valley
      Day 2: Hunter Valley - Port Stephens
      Distance: 159 KM, Approx. Travel Time: 2 Hrs Drive westwards towards Port Stephens. Popularly known as the Blue Water Paradise or the Dolphin Capital of Australia, Port Stephens is home to more than 160 bottle-nose dolphins. Take a dolphin watch cruise to get closer to these highly social mammals or experience whale watching from May to November. The 4WD Sand Dune tours are very popular as well as it takes you on a thrilling ride across the 32km long Stockton beach that rises up to 30m high and spans 2500 hectares – the largest sand dunes in the Southern Hemisphere. Overnight: Port Stephens
      Day 3: Port Stephens - Coffs Harbour
      Distance: 355 KM, Approx. Travel Time: 3 Hrs 40 Mins Continue north from Port Stephens to Coffs Harbour. Along the way, visit Honeycomb Valley Farm at Nabiac, 2 minutes off the freeway to get up close and personal with the sheep, goats and other domestic animals, learn about solar cooking and enjoy finding out more about Australia's very special native bees. Visit the world’s only Koala Conservation Centre, a volunteer run centre dedicated to the rescue, care and eventual release of sick and injured koalas. At Port Macquarie, visit Ricardoes Tomatoes & Strawberries, a farmgate haven where you can pick your own strawberries or enjoy Café Red with budget priced refreshments and gourmet produce. Visit the delightful Nambucca Heads that lies at the centre of the North Coast region, famous for its surf beaches, fresh oysters and seafood and the colourful V-Wall where visitors can inscribe their mark or name on the seawall. Wrap up your day in Coffs Harbour, a picturesque resort town where forest and national parks roll into the Pacific Ocean. Overnight: Coffs Harbour
      Day 4: Coffs Harbour - Byron Bay - Kingscliff
      Stop at iconic The Big Banana, before continuing Northwards to the historic riverfront town of Ballina, home to another iconic Big Prawn. Explore the Macadamia and Avocado farm at Summerland House Farm before arriving into Byron Bay. Take in the stunning vista from Cape Byron Lighthouse, and watch out for whales making their annual migration between May and November. Continue northwards and arrive at the New Tweed Coast, just north of Byron Bay and 15 minutes south of the Gold Coast, Kingscliff is fast becoming a must see destination for Queenslanders and Australians alike. The pristine and uncrowded two kilometre beach stretching from Cabarita to Fingal provides an adventure playground with surfing, swimming, rock fishing or even diving at Fido’s Reef or Cook. The main strip of Kingscliff, Main Parade is lined with trendy outdoor cafes sure to please all food lovers with each offering delicious cuisine and some of the best seafood in the region. Also close by is Mount Warning shield volcano, part of Australia’s Green Cauldron, a National Landscape. Overnight: Kingscliff
      Day 5: Kingscliff
      Enjoy a Catch-A-Crab cruise at the picturesque Tweed River (30mins drive), try your hand at yabbie pumping, fishing or feeding wild pelicans. Then take a short drive to Tropical Fruit World, Australia’s largest fruit plantation, where you can take a tractor ride through the orchards and taste all sorts of unusual tropical fruits, including the miracle fruit, chocolate pudding fruit and champagne fruit. Overnight: Kingscliff
      Day 6: Departure
      This morning, make your way to the airport for your departure flight or continue your journey into the Gold Coast.
      • Package Inclusions:
        • 1 night in Hunter Valley, Hunter Resort or similar
        • 1 night in Port Stephens, Landmark Resort Nelson Bay or similar
        • 1 night in Coffs Harbour, Breakfree Aanuka Beach Resort or similar
        • 2 nights in Kingscliff, Mantra on Salt Beach or similar
        • 5 Days Hertz 1.8L car hire
        • Dolphin Watch Cruise with Lunch
        • 4WD Sand Dune Tour & Sand Toboganning - Catch-A-Crab with Seafood Basket Lunch
      • Notes:
        • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
        • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
        • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
        • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
        • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
        • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
        • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
        • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
        • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
        • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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    Darwin tours, sights and activities

    5D4N Top End Nature's Way

    Land Tour SGD838

      Highlights

      Darwin
      Aquascene, Casuarina Square, Parap Village Saturday Market

    Overview:

    Nature's Way winds through tropical monsoon rainforests, expansive floodplains and towering escarpments, a land that is steeped in Aboriginal culture and pioneering history. The triangular drive begins in Darwin and meanders through the Adelaide and Mary River wetlands and leads to World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. The Park is owned and jointly managed by a number of Aboriginal clans. The road then heads to Katherine, home to the majestic Katherine Gorge (Nitmuluk) in the Nitmiluk National Park and eventually returns to Darwin via Litchfield National Park and its stunning waterfalls. For photography, wildlife and bird watching enthusiasts, this is a dream drive on a fully sealed road which is suitable for a two-wheel drive vehicle.

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      A one stop travel hub that provides a wide array of services travel services including : Outbound Tour Packages, Flexi Holidays, Customised & Private Touring Experiences, MICE/Incentive Travel, Educational & Immersion Programs, niche holiday programs targeted for the Muslim Market segment and many more. CTC Travel brand which benchmark itself on quality services, have created innovative travel itineraries with exclusive inclusions, pride itself in working with quality and professional partners all over the world including China, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Middle East, and many more exotic destinations.

    • Day 1: Arrival - Darwin
      Arrive in Darwin. A good starting point is the Museum and Art Gallery of the NT or the Crocosaurus Cove, located right in the heart of Darwin’s CBD. Perhaps you might like to walk on the wild side at the Territory Wildlife Park. Located about an hour out of Darwin, the park offers travellers a close-up encounter at an extensive aquarium with a walk through tunnel where they can stand nose to nose with a 3.7 metre saltwater crocodile, marvel at a daily birds of prey display and trek through the nocturnal house. If it is a Thursday or Sunday, visit the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets (5 pm – 10 pm between May to October). Be spoilt for choice with over 200 quality art and craft stalls , tantalise your tastebuds with more than 50 food stalls offering a range of dishes from across the world and be entertained by a wealth of street buskers. Overnight: Darwin
      Day 2: Darwin - Kakadu (250 Km / 3 Hours)
      Depart Darwin to travel to Jabiru in Kakadu National Park. Birdwatchers and nature lovers should stop along the way at the Window on the Wetlandsand a Jumping crocodile cruise on the Adelaide River to get close and personal with these prehistoric predators. Spend the afternoon basking in the natural beauty of World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park, where Aboriginal rock art sites, walks to escarpment lookouts, majestic waterfalls and impressive visitor centres await you. Stop off at Mamukala Wetlands, an excellent place to view birds, as they congregate here to feed. One of the best ways to experience Kakadu is from above, so consider a scenic flight. Perhaps you mightwant to start from Ubirr to witness first hand the fascinating manifestations of rock art and visit Bowali Visitor Centre to learn about the wonders of the park. Overnight: Kakadu Note: The Kakadu National Park entry fee is A$25 per adult and children under 16 years are not required to pay. The ticket is valid for 14 consecutive days.
      Day 3: Kakadu - Katherine (302 Km / 3 Hours)
      In the morning, take a leisurely cruise on the Yellow Water Billabong Morning Mist Cruise, the best place to experience Kakadu's prolific wildlife. Next, visit Nourlangie Rock Aboriginal rock art and occupation site and Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Continue southward to Katherine via Pine Creek. Gold was first discovered at Pine Creek in 1871 and marvel at the original buildings which were first built in the heady gold days. Pine Creek's attractions include a Railway Station that was built in 1888 and Miners' Park, which houses original mining machinery from olden times. Continue south down the Stuart Highway to the outback town of Katherine. Overnight: Katherine
      Day 4: Katherine - Litchfield (201 km / 2 hours) - Darwin (130 km / 1 hour)
      Explore the spectacular Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) by boat, canoe, helicopter or on foot. Another popular attraction in the park is the Edith Falls (Leliyn), a wonderfully scenic swimming hole fringed by lush green foliage and framed by cascading waterfalls. In the afternoon, take a detour to explore Litchfield NationalPark on the bushwalking tracks, admire the bird and wildlife species and swim in the crystal-clear waterholes under towering waterfalls that flow year-round. A must-see highlight is the amazing magnetic termite mounds. At the end of the day, drive the hour and a half back up the highway to Darwin. Overnight: Darwin
      Day 5: Darwin - Departure
      Visit Aquascene, a quirky and enduring attraction which happens to be a magnet to hundreds of fish from Darwin Harbour each day at high tide. The water boils with large milkfish, mullet and mangrove jack as visitors throw bread into their midst. Or head to Casuarina Square with over 180 stores or visit the Parap Village Saturday Market, a favourite destination to enjoy a hearty breakfast or brunch and admire indigenous crafts before heading home or to Central Australia.
      • Package Inclusions:
        • 2N at Darwin, Central Hotel or similar
        • 1N at Kakadu, Gagudju Crocodile Holiday Inn or similar
        • 1N at Katherine, Ibis Styles or similar
        • Yellow Water Billabong Sunset Cruise or morning mist cruise
        • 4 Days Hertz 1.8L Car Hire (Remote regions)
      • Notes:
        • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
        • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
        • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
        • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
        • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
        • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
        • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
        • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
        • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
        • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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    Perth tours, sights and activities

    6D5N Perth & The Golden Outback

    Land Tour SGD698
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    • Day 1: Arrival - Perth
      Spend day shopping at Perth's famous Hay and Murray Street Malls and go wild with factory outlet shopping at Harbourtown, or check out the massive suburban malls like Claremont Quarter in Claremont or Garden City in Booragoon. Apart from the commonly known things to do, other places of interest include the Subiaco Farmers Market (Sat: 8am-12noon) and Perth Cultural Centre. In the evening, dine at Jamie Oliver inspired Jamie’s Italian, or check out Hawkers Cuisine located in Northbridge. Overnight: Perth
      Day 2: Perth - Margaret River
      Distance: 268Km, Approx. Travel Time: 3Hrs Start your adventure and drive south to Busselton. Visit the Busselton Jetty with its Underwater Observatory and try Simmo’s Ice Creamery – locally hand-made ice cream using jersey milk from local farmers. Then travel onto the quaint coastal town of Dunsborough. Along the way, you might want to stop by Rockingham to swim with the dolphins or grab a bite at the award winning Miami Bakehouse in Mandurah. Heading south to Margaret River, Western Australia’s premium wine growing region. Take the opportunity to visit some of the best wineries in Australia plus the chocolate & olive oil factories. Visit the limestone caves and have dinner at one of the many excellent restaurants in town. Overnight: Margaret River
      Day 3: Margaret River - Albany
      Distance: 378Km, Approx. Travel Time: 5Hrs Depart Margaret River for Augusta. Stop to see the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, the tallest in Australia. Pop into the Lavender and Berry Farm in Pemberton for a beautiful lavender country lunch and then head east to tall timber Karri country of Pemberton before driving to Northcliffe and Walpole and the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk. Continue on via the stunning Greens Pool in Denmark before arriving in historic coastal town of Albany and take the coastal drive to the spectacular Gap and Natural Bridge. Overnight: Albany
      Day 4: Albany - Hyden (Wave Rock)
      Distance: 446Km, Approx. Travel Time: 5Hrs Depart Albany and drive north on the Albany Highway through the wine growing region of Mt Barker. Then head through the Wheatbelt towns of Cranbrook and Katanning to Wagin, centre of the famous Australian Merino sheep stud industry. Visit Wagin’s Historical Pioneer Village a replica of how the town would have appeared 100 years ago; take your photo alongside the Giant Ram. From Wagin, drive 80 kilometres to Kukerin and Cambinata Yabbies Farm, just on the other side of town. Tour the farms and yabbies export processing centre; purchase live and cooked Yabbies or jars of gourmet processed abalone. Thereafter, depart Cambinata Yabbies and drive the 90 Kilometres north to Kulin. Drive through the town and head east along the “Tin Horse Highway”. Take photos of over 30 horse caricatures placed by wheat farmers alongside the road, as you head to Hyden. Arrive in Hyden and walk around the famous Wave Rock. Perhaps climb to the top to watch a fantastic Wheatbelt sunset. Other attractions at the rock include the wildflower shop and wildlife park that includes rare white kangaroos and koalas. Overnight: Hyden
      Day 5: Hyden - York
      Distance: 261Km, Approx. Travel Time: 3 Hrs 20 Mins This morning, sight see some of the other great attractions in the area like Hippos Yawn, another cave just to the side of wave rock and only 18 km down the road is Mulka’s Cave, the largest collection of original historic Aboriginal hand stencil art in Australia. Dive into the Natural Salt Pond 1.5km west of Wave Rock, not far from the Wave Rock airport terminal and float as you would in the Dead Sea! Visit the “Lace Place” just before lunch and view one of the world’s most exquisite collections of hand made laces including those from the British Royal Family. Next to the “Lace Place” is a mind blowing, rare collection of Toy Soldiers from all the major wars recorded in recent history. Enjoy a delish country meat pie lunch and salads from the Wave Rock Café, where you will see a display of a restored Ford Model T, also located alongside the Lace Place. Depart Hyden and head through the Wheatbelt town of Kondinin to Corrigin and the interesting Dog Cemetery just out of town. From Corrigin, the countryside changes from the golden Wheatbelt to green undulating hills. Visit historic city of York. Stay a night in York at Lavendale Farm for family farm activities in open space. Overnight: Lavendale Farm
      Day 6: Perth - Departure
      Distance: 97Km, Approx. Travel Time: 1 Hrs 15 Mins Depart for Perth this morning, Scramble for some last minute shopping and sit back & enjoy a cuppa while you recollect memories of your trip at award-winning bakery - Jean Pierre Sancho, located in Hay Street, before departing for the airport for your flight.
      • Package Inclusions:
        • 1N at Rendezvous Grand Hotel Perth, Scarborough Beach or similar
        • 1N at Margaret River, Margarets Beach Resort or similar
        • 1N at Albany, Ibis Styles or similar
        • 1N at Hyden, Wave Rock Motel
        • 1N at York, Lavendale Farm
        • 5 Days Hertz Car Hire - Standard / 1.8L / Auto / Toyota Corolla 4 door sedan or similar
      • Notes:
        • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
        • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
        • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
        • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
        • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
        • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
        • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
        • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
        • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
        • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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    Victoria tours, sights and activities

    6D5N The Great Southern Touring Route

    Land Tour SGD688
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    • Day 1: Arrival - Melbourne - Apollo Bay
      Distance: 187Km, Approx. Travel Time: 2.5Hr Depart Melbourne via the West Gate Bridge and follow the Princess Highway towards Werribee. You may like to visit the Werribee Open Range Zoo where animals from Africa, Asia, North America and Australia roam in open grasslands. Continue to Geelong, Victoria's second-largest city, and explore its historic waterfront; a lively area filled with restaurants and cafés. The Geelong waterfront with its colourful bollards and yachts is a sight to behold. Call into the Bellarine Peninsula and get to the wild heart of Port Phillip Bay with a South Bay Eco Adventures tour (optional) into the habitat of dolphins, seals, whales, penguins and sea birds. From here, a short drive to Torquay - the official start of the spectacular coastal drive along the Great Ocean Road. The Surf World Museum at Torquay documents surfing history in the region and provides interpretative displays. Along with Bells Beach, Torquay is recognised among the world's premier surf locations. Time permitting, you can learn to surf with the experts. Continue on through the townships of Anglesea and Aireys Inlet to Lorne, a resort-style town combining restaurants and shops with historic properties and natural attractions such as the Angahook-Lorne State Park. Approaching Apollo Bay, the contrast between rugged coast and inland forest becomes more spectacular. The stretch between Lorne and Apollo Bay is considered by many to be the most picturesque section of the Great Ocean Road. The highway is carved into sheer cliffs that drop away into the ocean, offering commanding views of the waves swelling and crashing onto the rocks and beaches below. This small fishing and farming village is also an excellent base for exploring the waterfalls and rainforests in the Otway National Park whilst enjoying the fresh seafood and local produce. Not to be missed is dinner at award-wining Chris Restaurant, which overlooks Apollo Bay. Overnight: Apollo Bay.
      Day 2: Apollo Bay - Warrnambool
      Distance: 169Km, Approx. Travel Time: 2.5Hr Continue your journey west from Apollo Bay and walk through breathtaking wilderness, explore secluded beaches or the forest canopy via the Otway Fly Tree Top Walk in the Otway National Park. Thereafter, drive to Port Campbell National Park to witness nature's marvellous rock formations. This is the most famous section of the Great Ocean Road featuring an amazing collection of rock formations known as the Twelve Apostles - carved out of the headland by the fierce waves of the southern ocean. Spectacular shapes in the nearby cliffs, including Loch Ard Gorge, the Arch, the Blowhole and London Bridge as well as Wreck Beach are also not to be missed. Adventurous sightseers can take the boardwalks that lead to lookouts and great views of the coastline, which is dotted with plaques and signs that mark the places where more than 160 ships floundered along the aptly named Shipwreck Coast. An exhilarating helicopter experience over the coastline and rock formations will mark an unforgettable experience! This leg of the journey ends at Warrnambool, the only city on the Shipwreck Coast. Set on the edge of Lady Bay, Warrnambool boasts a colourful history, which can be explored at the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum. Whales migrate along the part of the coastline and can be spotted from lookouts and on boat trips between May and October. The nightly "Shipwrecked" sound and light show is a definite highlight! Overnight: Warrnambool.
      Day 3: Warrnambool - Halls Gap
      Distance: 158Km, Approx. Travel Time: 2.5Hr Head to the quaint fishing township of Port Fairy from Warrnambool for morning tea. Discover more about maritime history at Port Fairy, a busy fishing port and one of the state's earliest settled coastal villages. Take the time to explore the town's streets and over 50 nineteenth-century buildings classified by the National Trust. From Port Fairy, the Great Southern Touring Route turns north, away from the coast and towards the natural beauty of the Grampians mountain range. Dunkeld is a beautiful village on the edge of the Grampians. A highlight is the Royal Mail Hotel which has won many accolades for its local produce driven menus. The Grampians National Park is famous for some of the most spectacular scenery in Australia and is the perfect place for both relaxation and adventure.. Along with its natural beauty, the Grampians are home to the largest collection of Aboriginal rock paintings in Victoria. The town of Halls Gap is the tourist hub of the region. Halls Gap nestles right in the heart of the majestic Grampians National Park with its wildflowers and waterfalls, alongside local village stores, alluring wineries and colourful galleries. Explore the scenic drives, lookouts, and waterfalls in the beautiful Grampians National Park. Brambuk, a National Park & Cultural Centre located 2.5 kilometres South of Halls Gap shops, is a good starting point for anyone interested in exploring the park. Learn about the diverse culture of the indigenous people at Brambuk and join a tour of the many ancient aboriginal rock art sites in the area. Explore the park by foot and drive to walks such as MacKenzie Falls, Hollow Mountain and The Pinnacle which offer a wonderful variety of vegetation and landscapes. View Australian native animals in the wild throughout the Grampians National Park or visit the Halls Gap Zoo on Halls Gap-Ararat Road. You will get to see kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, wombats, emus, possums and dingoes. Don't miss exotic animals like meerkats, giraffe and red pandas in a bushland setting. Overnight: Halls Gap.
      Day 4: Halls Gap - Ballarat
      Distance: 185Km, Approx. Travel Time: 2.5Hr Leaving the Grampians, the Great Southern Touring Route heads north towards the Goldfields. Call into one of the many wineries in the township of Great Western where wine has been produced for over 150 years. Take a tour of the 3km of underground cellars at Seppelt. South-east of Stawell is Ararat, a thriving community settled during the gold rush of the 1800s. Visit the former gaol for the criminally insane, J Ward, explore the Gum San Chinese Heritage Centre and the Langi Morgala Museum, which commemorate the history and culture of the Chinese immigrants who settled in the region to seek their fortune. From here the route turns east to Ballarat, one of Victoria's largest cities. Built with the wealth of the gold rush, much of the opulence of the era is still on display in the grand public buildings, hotels and historic streetscapes. Ballarat was the site of the world's largest deposit of alluvial gold and also of the Eureka Stockade - the famous uprising of miners against the government licensing system. Step back to the gold-mining era of the 1850s at Sovereign Hill. See blacksmiths at work, people dressed in Victorian costumes, pan for gold or go down an underground mine. Get up close with Australian wildlife at Ballarat Wildlife Park. Overnight : Ballarat
      Day 5: Ballarat - Melbourne
      Distance: 170Km, Approx. Travel Time: 1.5Hr Spend time taking in the pleasures of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs before making the journey back to Melbourne. Free at leisure Overnight: Melbourne.
      Day 6: Melbourne - Departure
      Extend your journey into Melbourne and beyond, or fly onwards to your next destination.
      • Package Inclusions:
        • 1 night in Apollo Bay, Comfort Inn The International or similar
        • 1 night in Warnambool, Comfort Inn International or similar
        • 1 night in Halls Gap, Comfort Inn Country Plaza or similar
        • 1 night in Ballarat, Comfort Inn Bell Tower or similar
        • 1 night in Melbourne, Ibis Styles Melbourne The Victoria or similar
        • 5 Days Hertz 1.8L Car Hire
        • Entrance to Soverign Hill at Ballarat
        • Otway fly tree-top walk at the Great Ocean Road
      • Notes:
        • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
        • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
        • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
        • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
        • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
        • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
        • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
        • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
        • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
        • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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    Jeju tours, sights and activities

    4D3N Let's Drive in Jeju

    Land Tour SGD318

      Highlights

      Jeju
      Jeju Love Land, Mysterious Road., Woljeong Coastal Road, Gimnyeong Maze Park, Manjanggul Cave, SeongSan Ilchulbong, Sunrise Peak, Seopjikoji, Seongsan Sunrise Peak, Seongeup Folk Village, Trick Art Museum, MokSeokwan, 516 Forest Tunnel,, Jeongbang, Cheonjiyeon, Cheonjeyeon, Oedolgae, Teddy Bear Museum,, Mt. Sarabong, Bunjae Artpia, O’Sulloc Tea House Museum, Mt. Sanbangsan, Hyeopjae Beach, Samyang Black Sand Beach, Yongduam

    Overview:

    One of the easiest and most relaxing ways to see Jeju Island is by renting a car. The top tourist destination for leisurely vacations in Korea, Jeju Island is perfect for a driving tour with an efficient road network and beautiful scenery. Some travelers may be tempted to drive faster than the limit, but because of the island’s winding roads, speeding is strictly forbidden. The best road for driving is probably Route 12, the beltway around the island. Route 12 provides access to coastal roads along the way, so travelers can enjoy a fantastic drive along the coast with a view of the emerald-colored sea and soaring gulls. Its stunning natural scenery of the island has made it a favorite filming location for numerous Korean TV mini-series, many of which are popular around the world. This Best Tour of Jeju includes some of these filming locations as well as other scenic destinations.

    • The speed limit in Jeju Island is 50 km/hr in towns, 60km/hr on two-lane roads, and 80km/hr on four-lane roads.
    • An International Driver's Licence is required to drive on Jeju Island
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    • Day 1: Arrival - Incheon - Jeju
      Upon arrival in Jeju, pass through Gate No.5 on the 1st floor at Jeju International Airport, cross the zebra crossing to find Parking Lot E1 to meet the staff of Rent-A-Car to collect your vehicle. Present your International Driver's License for registration, and sign the rental agreement. (Note you may have to pay carpark fees upon exit from the carpark). Make your way to your accommodation and check in. If time permits, suggest visiting Jeju Love Land, and the Mysterious Road.
      Day 2: East Coast Jeju
      This morning, drive along the Woljeong Coastal Road in the northeast area of Jeju with the beautiful sea on one side and exotic views with wind turbines on the other side. We recommend visiting Gimnyeong Maze Park, designed by a world-renowned maze designer. For a little adventure, proceed to the UNESCO World Heritage - Manjanggul Cave (carry a torch and jacket. Proper footwear required). Continue along to SeongSan Ilchulbong (Sunrise Peak), a mere 20mins hike to the top from the carpark. The trail is steep, but views from the path leading up are excellent. When walking up Sunrise Peak the women divers are along the trail which branches out to the left. Follow it down into the small bay. Jeju's women divers put on two daily shows at 1:30pm and 3pm. Further down the coast is Seopjikoji, one of the most scenic views with the bright yellow canola and Seongsan Sunrise Peak as a backdrop. Turn into Route 97 till Seongeup Folk Village, showing the unique culture of Jeju Island. The Trick Art Museum is where one can take pictures with various fun poses blending nicely with the exhibits.
      Day 3: 516 Road - Seogwipo
      This morning, go on route 1131 and stop at MokSeokwan, a small park with its many tales concerning stones. Continue to 516 Forest Tunnel, the first national road in Jeju which directly links Jeju City to Seogwipo, reducing the travel time between the southern and northern parts of the island to less than an hour. Snow in winter and the brilliant red and yellow leaves in autumn make driving on this road a mystical experience. Avoid pulling over at any spot because the passing cars are dangerous. There are two parking lots at the entrance of Seongpanak. Please make sure you park there before taking pictures. There are 3 most famous waterfalls in Jeju, all located in Seogwipo-si – Jeongbang, Cheonjiyeon and Cheonjeyeon waterfalls. Cheonjeyeon is the only one falling directly to the sea in Korea and is often the most visited amongst the three. Other attractions we recommend in Seogwipo-si include Oedolgae, a rock standing out in the sea and so named for its loneliness. Jusangjeolli Cliff of Jungmun Daepo is a interesting formation of vertical shaped pillars in a rectangular or hexagonal shape, a result due to sudden contraction of thick molten lava flowing from an active volcanic crater cools rapidly. Find time to visit the Teddy Bear Museum, a collection of bear’s with history of more than 100 years. Return to the hotel (for 4 Days itinerary) en-route stopping at Mt. Sarabong to catch the sunset, or proceed to the airport (for 3 days itinerary), making sure you have enough time to fill up your fuel tank and return your car to the rental office.
      Day 4: West Coast Jeju - Departure
      Have a relaxing day today before flying back to Singapore. Start the day at Bunjae Artpia (Spirited Garden) - one of the major tourist attraction sites on Jeju Island and listed as one of “the most beautiful gardens in the world. Then, make your way to O’Sulloc Tea House Museum to learn about the world of tea drinking and its ancient principles of balancing both mind and body through the fresh tastes of its teas and its soothing interior. Featuring large glass windows and an overall earthy feel, the shop is both a popular gathering for the young and an informal exhibition hall for traditional tea accessories. Continue along route 1121 to Mt. Sanbangsan. It is said that the peak of Mt.Hallasan where Baekrokho Lake now exists was taken off and thrown away, which then became Mt. Sanbangsan. The myth describes how unlike other mountains on Jejudo Island, this mountain does not have a crater. The 5m-high rock cave at the cliff on the southwest side of the mountain was originally called Sanbanggul Cave, but it is called a temple now because it possesses a Buddhist statue. You may also like to spend the rest of the day at one of the beaches that Jeju Island is famous for. Hyeopjae Beach is probably the most popular beach in Jeju, the broken shells mixed in the sand make this beach shine in a silver colour. Samyang Black Sand Beach is known for its effective pain easing black sand from arthritis to skin diseases. Before heading to the airport, stop by Yongduam. ‘Yong’ means 'dragon', ‘du’ means 'head' and 'am' means 'rock. Yongduam was thus named as it resembles a dragon’s head. Make your way to the Airport, and return car hire at Parking Lot E1, hand over car keys and agreement letter to staff of Rent-A-Car. Staff will check condition of car. (Remember to top up car petrol/gas to full tank)
      • Package Inclusions:
        • 2/3 nights stay in Jeju Palace Hotel or similar
        • 3/4 days of car rental - 1L to 1.6L korean car (Max. Speed in Jeju Island is 80km/hr)
        • Full car insurance coverage
        • Free English Language GPS
      • Notes:
        • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
        • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
        • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
        • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
        • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
        • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
        • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
        • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
        • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
        • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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    Beijing tours, sights and activities

    6D5N Cultural Beijing & Xian

    Land Tour SGD1748

      Highlights

      Beijing
      Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, Calligraphy, play Diabolo, Dumpling Making, Tian-an-men Square, Golden Water Bridge, Forbidden City
      Xi'an
      Terracotta Warriors, Terracotta Warriors Replica Factory, Gao Compound, Shadow Play
      Shanxi
      Shanxi History Museum, Big Wild Goose Pagoda

    Overview:

    The capital of the People's Republic of China is the political and economic heart of this vast country and boasts its most outstanding landmarks and monuments including the likes of the expansive Tiananmen Square, the labyrinthine Forbidden City, and part of the iconic nearby Great Wall of China. Beijing is the nation's political, cultural, scientific and educational center and main transportation hub, as well as an attractive tourist destination to the world.

    Attractive Highlights :

    • Mutianyu Section
    • Great Wall
    • Making of the Beijing Opera Facial Masks
    • Roast Duck Dinner
    • Calligraphy Learning
    • Play Diabolo (Chinese YoYo)
    • Learn To Make Dumplings
    • Forbidden City
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    • Day 1: Arrival Beijing
      Upon arrival at Beijing International Airport, you are to clear customs and immigration. After which, you will be greeted by our local tour guide and transfer to hotel for your overnight stay.
      Day 2: Beijing - Mutianyu Section,Great Wall
      Breakfast at hotel and your sightseeing begins with the Mutianyu Section of the Great Wall. Being one of the greatest man-made projects in the world, it was initially set up as a fortification to keep invaders from intruding. It is a landmark witnessing the great intelligence and hardship of ancient Chinese people. When you come back from the Great Wall, you will learn to make the colourful Beijing Opera Facial Masks-the cream of Chinese Culture. Facial masks can reflect qualities of different characters and the different colours use also portray a specific characteristic of an individual. Tonight’s dinner, enjoy Beijing most famous culinary dish- Beijing Roast Duck. With its tempting colour, crispy skin and tender meat, this dish is known as one of the best dishes in the world.
      Day 3: Beijing - Temple of Heaven
      Breakfast and proceed to visit the Temple of Heaven, the royal altar where the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties worshipped Heaven. In the afternoon, your Hutong discovery begins. Narrow alleys between rows of quadrangle dwellings, presents traditional Beijing Life. You will take a rickshaw to explore the hutongs and visit a local family where you will get to learn about the architecture, landscape and traditional local life. Here, you will learn Calligraphy, the art of writing Chinese characters; play Diabolo (Chinese YoYo). Also, get to enjoy Dumpling Making for your dinner tonight. Dumplings are a staple food of North China. Here, you will be demonstrated of the various types of dumplings and get to learn some basic skills of dumpling making.
      Day 4: Beijing - Xian : By Train
      After breakfast, proceed to visit the largest city square- Tian-an-men Square. Walk through the square to the Golden Water Bridge. You will enter the largest as well as the best preserved imperial palace complex, Forbidden City. After lunch, you will take a bullet train to Xian. Upon arrival, proceed dinner before checking into the hotel for your overnight stay.
      Day 5: Xian - Terracotta Warriors - Gao Compound - Xian
      Breakfast, today your tour begins with visiting the incredible life-size Terracotta Warriors. These include underground life-sized soldiers, archers, horses and chariots that represent the army which triumphed over other Chinese armies. Visit the Terracotta Warriors Replica Factory to learn about the process of making Terracotta Warriors. Here, you will be shown how to make them using clay. Moving on, you will visit the Gao Compound, where you will get to enjoy the famous Shadow Play.
      Day 6: Xian - Shanxi History Museum - Departure
      Breakfast, this morning visit the Shanxi History Museum, a tribute to Shanxi’s glamorous imperial past. Following this, you will visit Big Wild Goose Pagoda, which is one of the symbols of Xian which was built to house Buddhist Sutras in 652AD. Located in the middle of a beautiful temple complex, the pagoda is a must see for visitors to Xian. In the late afternoon, you will be take a bullet train back to Beijing and transfer to Beijing Airport for your homeward flight to Singapore.
      • Remarks:
        • Taxes / Flight schedule subject to change.
        • Tour subject to confirmation.
        • Land Tour Only
        • Minimum 2 Adults
        • English Speaking
        • Guided Tour
        • Private Tour
        • Flexible Departure
        • Hands on Activities
        • Lifestyle Experiences
      • Inclusion:
        • Private Touring
        • Lifestyle Indulgence
        • English Speaking
        • Hands On Activities
        • 5 Nights Accommodation
        • Meals : 5 Breakfasts, 5Lunches, 4Dinners
        • Guided Tours (as per itinerary)
        • English Speaking Guide
        • Airport Meet & Greet
        • Arrival & Departure Transfers
        • Value Add Inclusions
      • Notes:
        • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
        • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
        • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
        • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
        • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
        • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
        • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
        • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
        • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
        • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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    Lijiang tours, sights and activities

    5D4N Enchanting Ljiang & Shangri-la

    Land Tour SGD1738

      Highlights

      Lijiang
      Lijiang Ancient Town, Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, Dongba Character, Black Dragon Pool Park
      Shangri-La
      Baisha Village, shops, The Tiger Leaping Gorge, Tibetan Hot Pot, Potatso National Park, Tibetan Home

    Overview:

    Lijiang in Naxi the language means "the bend of the JInsha River". Lijiang is located on the first bend of the Yangtze River. Lijiang Ancient Town was added in to the World Heritage list by the UNESCO on December, 4th, 1997 for its unique Naxi culture. There are lots of interesting sights around Lijiang. The lofty snow-capped Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, 35 km north of Lijiang appears on almost every postcard of the area.

    Attractive Highlights :

    • Lijiang Ancient Town
    • Dongba Character Lesson
    • Experience Local Family Dining
    • Bike Round The Village Home
    • Visit - Tibetan Family
    • Learn To Make Bettered Tea
    • Bike Round The Village
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    • Day 1: Arrival - Kunming - Domestic Flight to Lijiang (B/L/D)
      Arrival at Kunming Airport and onwards for your domestic flight to Lijiang and be greeted by our local tour guide upon arrival in Lijiang. After which, proceed to visit Lijiang Ancient Town.
      Day 2: Lijiang (B/L/D)
      Breakfast and start the day with a visit to Jade Dragon Snow Mountain which is the highest mountain at lowest latitude in the northern hemisphere with its major peak of 5596 meters above sea level. It is opposite to Haba Snow Mountain with Jinsha River flowing across through between them. Along the mountain top it is all covered by snow all around the year and that makes it look like a jade dragon lying on the top of the mountain, therefore it was named “Jade Dragon Snow Mountain”. In the afternoon, embark on a brief lesson on Dongba Character. The Dongba Culture is said to been passed on by the Dongbas who were sages that integrated song, dance, the classics, history, painting and medicine. They enjoyed a high social position within the Naxi group. At present, there are no more than 30 Dongbas living in Lijiang, so it is a memorable experience for travelers to visit them. Thereafter, visit the Black Dragon Pool Park, which is also called Jade Spring Park since the water of the pond is green as a shining jade. Tonight, experience dinning with a local family for dinner.
      Day 3: Lijiang - Shangri-la (B/L/D)
      Breakfast, this morning, your day begins with a visit to Baisha Village. Here, you can find the earliest Naxi architectures of Lijiang in Baisha. They were built in the early days of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) with a simple and unsophisticated style. All the traditional old Chinese houses along the cobbled lanes are still looking like part of the ancient period except some of them are now turned into shops for selling arts and crafts to visitors. After which, continue your journey to Shangri-la and visit The Tiger Leaping Gorge, the world’s deepest river canyon. For dinner, enjoy a Tibetan Hot Pot.
      Day 4: Shangri-la (B/L/D)
      After breakfast, you will visit Potatso National Park and after which a visit to a Tibetan Home to have a better understanding of the life of a local Tibetan. Here, you will have chance to make Bettered Tea, a drink of the Tibetans, made from tea leaves, yak butter and salt.
      Day 5: Shangri-la - Lijiang - Departure (B)
      After breakfast, drive to Lijiang airport for your domestic to Kunming. Own arrangement thereafter for your International flight to Singapore.
      • Remarks:
        • Taxes / Flight schedule subject to change.
        • Tour subject to confirmation.
        • Price Quoted based on Land Tours only
        • Itinerary sequence subject to changes
      • Inclusion:
        • Private Touring
        • Lifestyle Indulgence
        • English Speaking
        • Hands-On Activities
        • Value Add Inclusions
        • 4 Nights Accommodation
        • 4 Meals (Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 4 Dinners)
        • Airport Meet & Greet/Arrival, Departure Transfers
        • English Speaking Guided Tour
        • Flexi Departures
        • 2-To-Go
      • Notes:
        • All prices quoted are in Singapore Dollars
        • Prices do not include airport taxes, visa application and service fees, personal insurance, tipping, optional tours, personal expenses and all others not stated in the itinerary
        • All rates are subject to limited availability Itinerary and rates are subject to changes without prior notice.
        • Peak season charges and all other relevent surcharges are not included.
        • Tours and meals sequence are subject to changes without prior notice
        • All bookings require a minimum deposit of $500-$1000 per person (depending on destination).
        • Bookings must be made at least 7 working days prior to departure date
        • All bookings are subject to availability and confirmation All extensions and deviations are strictly on request and are subject to seat availability, airline rules and regulations
        • Should there be an event of any discrepancies, prices at our retail counters will be taken as the final rate.
        • Child Prices vary and are determined by : Child with bed (1 child sharing room with 2 adults); Child without bed ( 2 children sharing room with 2 adults, 1 child with bed & 1 child without bed); Child Half Twin (1 child sharing room with 1 adult).
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