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Travelling period before 31st March 2016

Highlights: Chinese Speaking Guide, Sightseeing

Min 4 To Go/Travel before 31 March 2016/ Enjoy the best of Taiwan with this trip that brings you from north to south, enjoying the best view and trying the best street food! Join this tour for an unforgettable Taiwan holiday! 

Taiwan is perhaps most well-known for its food and natural landscape. One experience that often receives high compliments is the stay in farm houses amongst beautiful mountains. To best enjoy the natural landscape, head to Jiufen, a small town in the north of Taiwan that is littered with quaint streets, tea houses and great view of the Pacific Ocean. Don’t forget to try Jiufen’s specialty as well, the taro balls from Grandma Lai at Jishan Street is a must try!

When the Japanese rule Taiwan, they’ve brought their rich onsen culture into the country and it has since adopted by the locals due to its healing properties. Do try for yourself the Taiwanese hot spring culture as it is said to help treat chronic fatigue, eczema and arthritis.  

Highlights: Aberdeen Fishing Village, Golden Bauhinia Square, Repulse Bay

Hong Kong is a fast pace and vibrant city that offers a variety of exciting things to do and see. In Hong Kong city, few of the must-visit destinations include – the Golden Bauhinia Square for its historical significance; Repulse Bay for its beautiful crescent-shaped beach and the Aberdeen fishing village for a peek into the lives of those living on the waters.

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.  


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: Cultural and historical

Travelling Period : 01 November 2015 to 31 March 2016