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  1. Chiang Mai is a city in mountainous northern Thailand that dates back to the 1200s. Its Old City area still retains vestiges of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious center. It’s also home to hundreds of elaborate temples, including 14th-century Wat Phra Singh and 15th-century Wat Chedi Luang, adorned with carved serpents.


Highlights: Snorkeling, Cave, Beach Coast, Swimming

Krabi town  is very close to the river mouth that opens to the great Andaman Sea. Krabi river flows about 5 km through the town and opens into the Andaman  sea at Tambon Pak Nam. Quite a few other rivulets originating from the mountain ranges in the province , Kao Panom Benja ; the Klong Pakasai, Klong Krabi Yai and Klong Krabi Noy, also joins the sea at this area.

Krabi province in Thailand is divided into eight districts : Amphoe Muang (Krabi Town), Khao Panom, Khlong Thom, Plai Phraya, Ko Lanta, Ao Luk, and Lam Thap and, Nhua Khlong.


Travelling period before 31st March 2016

Highlights: Honeymoon, Beach & coast, Relaxing retreats

Krabi is a town on the west coast of southern Thailand at the mouth of the Krabi River into the Andaman Sea. The town is the capital of Krabi Province and Krabi district. You go to Krabi because of its beautiful beaches and unspoiled islands. Take this package to enjoy watersports or laze around on the beaches and luxuriate in the serenity of this place.

Highlights: Dubai City Tour, Desert Safari , Jumeirah Mosque

Dubai is a city that’s literally built in the middle of a desert. Unaffected by the natural and surrounding factor, it continues to grow into the modern city today that attracts thousands of visitors worldwide. One of the most iconic landmarks in Dubai Is the Jumeirah Mosque. Situated in Dubai city, it is the most photographed mosque in all of Dubai. This mosque showcases the beauty of Islamic culture through its stunning architectural design (in accordance with the medieval Fatimid tradition) and the elaborate Arabic calligraphy that decorates the interior.

To have an insight into the lives of middle easterners, you should always visit the local markets. In Dubai, the Dubai Spice Souk, or known as Spice Souk Traditional Market is a must-go. Here, you will be able to see how locals go about their everyday lives and taste local snacks. You can even stock up on their fresh spices and herbs! Other than food, you can also find local vendors that sell beautifully-made textiles, incense, rugs and handicrafts.

The capital city of UAE, Abu Dhabi is one of the most modern cities in the world. The rapid growth has contributed to the city’s beautiful skyline with skyscrapers that are uniquely designed. In Abu Dhabi, the al-Hosn Palace (Qasr al-Hosn) makes for a great travel destination as you will be able to take a look at the splendid castle that was once home to the ruling Al-Nahyan family. Also known as Abu Dhabi’s oldest building, this stunning white palace is beautiful inside and out.  

Highlights: Sasak Village, Kuta Beach, Tanjung Aan, , Sukarara, Pink Beach

Explore the wonder of Lombok Island with this comprehensive tour that goes in depth into the history, nature, culture and life of the locals. You will be brought to the traditional Sasak Village, the Bayan Old Mosque, Sendang Gile waterfall and more. 

The Sasak people are an indigenous tribe that makes up 85% of the population on Lombok Island. In Sasak Village, you will be exposed to their traditional way of living that is unfazed by the modernizing surroundings.

At the foot of Mount Rinjani sits the village of Bayan and also the Bayan Old Mosque. Also known as Beleq Bayan, this 300-year old historic mosque is made from woven bamboo built on a stone foundation. Inside laid the tomb of one of the first Muslim missionaries in the region; while on both sides of the mosque is the tomb of the earliest religious leaders that has taken care of the mosque. 


Highlights: Shopping, City Tour

Jakarta  officially known as the Special Capital Region of Jakarta, is the capital and largest city of Indonesia, and one of the most populous urban agglomerations in the world.

Jakarta itself is built on a wide flat delta, intersected by no less than 13 rivers. Fronting the city in the Bay of Jakarta are a large number of tiny islands, known as the Thousand Islands or Pulau Seribu, a tourist resort for snorkeling and swimming. To its south are the majestic volcanoes of Gede and Pangrango, where are cool mountain resorts like Bogor, Puncak, Sukabumi and Bandung.

Bandung is the capital of West Java province in Indonesia, the country's third largest city by population, and second largest metropolitan area in Indonesia with a sprawling urban population of 8.6 million in 2011. Located 768 metres (2,520 ft) above sea level, approximately 140 kilometres (87 miles) south east of Jakarta, Bandung has cooler temperatures year-round than most other Indonesian cities. The city lies on a river basin surrounded by volcanic mountains. This topography provides a good natural defense system, which was the primary reason for the Dutch East Indies government's plan to move the colony capital from Batavia to Bandung.

 Bandung on another hand is a less busy city with more scenic destinations that are great for a quick visit. Tangkuban Perahu crater is Bandung’s most popular tourist site. Since it is still an active volcano, a hike up the crater offers amusing sight of bubbling hot mud and hot water springs.




Famous for multiple theme parks that dominate the city, Gold Coast is a perfect destination for family holiday. Sea World is a great place for learning and bonding as visitors will not only enjoy quirky performance done by seal, but also pat and interact with them and other marine creatures such as dolphins.

One can’t visit Australia without dropping by the signature Sydney city. Other than posing in front of Sydney Opera House for a snap, a hike up the majestic Blue Mountain is also highly recommended. As for the faint-hearted ones, a trip to The Edge Cinema offers a panoramic view of this mountainous region.

Bondi, a suburb in Sydney, is perhaps most well-known for its beach, the Bondi Beach. It is a popular surfboard riding and swimming destination for not only locals, but also visitors from around the world. Many also flock to this beach after it was featured on a few Australian films, TV series, music videos and video game. 

Highlights: Snorkeling, Beach & coast, Nature , Relaxing retreats

The Perhentian Islands  lie approximately 10 nautical miles (19 km) off the northeastern coast of West Malaysiain the state of Terengganu, approximately 40 miles (64 km) south of the Thai border.

The two main islands are Perhentian Besar ("Big Perhentian") and Perhentian Kecil ("Small Perhentian"). The small, uninhabited islands of Susu Dara (Virgin Milk), Serenggeh and Rawa lie off Kecil. The Perhentians belong to Pulau Redang National Marine Park, which means that fishing, collecting coral and littering are strictly prohibited. Like Besut, people here generally speak Kelantanese Malay.

Both islands are fringed by white sand beach, and the reefs and crystalline water are host to a wide variety of coral, sea-turtles, jellyfish, small sharks and reef-fish. The islands' maximum elevation is approximately 100 m (328 ft) and they are uniformly covered in coastal tropical jungle, with few interior foot-trails and no roads.

The water is shallow with lots of rays, cuttlefish and parrotfish in most of its beaches. For diving you could go to northwest Perhentian Kecil where you will find a group of small rocky islets.

Beside swimming, snorkeling and diving, activities such as camping, canoeing, fishing, jungle trekking and banana boat riding could also be enjoyed. Most of the accommodation could be found on Perhentian Besar, the larger island.


Highlights: Chinese Temple, Beach, City break

Penang Island , the "Pearl of the Orient". One of Malaysia's top tourist destinations, Pulau Pinang has everything for a visitor. Historical sites, temples of ever faith, beautiful beaches, great shopping, fantastic food and even a National Park for a spot of jungle trekking.

The island is shaped like a turtle and measures about 280 square kilometers. It is one of the oldest British settlements in Malaysia going back to the 1786. Penang is not only known for its breath taking, white, sandy beaches. It also prides itself to some of the best historical attractions in the whole of Malaysia.

Georgetown is the capital of Penang. It is like a living museum with its varied styles of old Chinese shop-houses, built around the grand old British colonial buildings.

 The Kek Lok Si, a Buddhist temple; the Penang Hills; butterfly farm and the botanical garden are also sights to behold.