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Singapore, a tropical Asian destination promises the visitor a truly memorable and exciting experience. Known also for the world class Changi Airport, Singapore boasts of an array of over 80 luxury hotels, 18 lush golf courses and the most modern sophisticated shopping and entertainment facilities.

Visit the Jurong Bird Park, or experience animals in their natural habitat at the Night Safari. Walk through Asia’s largest tropical Oceanarium on Singapore’s resort island of Sentosa, and enjoy the Zoological Gardens.
Walk down Orchard road to shop in Singapore’s many specialty boutiques and shopping malls, or relax at any of the popular bars, night-clubs and discos tucked away in its shopping malls and hotels. Singapore continues to be a popular shopping destination offering a wide range of merchandise at reasonable prices.

Fanan Centre in particular, specially draws the computer crowd in droves. Singapore has built up a reputation as a centre for Asian antiques.
Just a 45 minute ferry ride from Singapore is Bintan, one of the accessible Indonesian islands which is a perfect paradise with miles and miles of palm-fringed beaches - the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate yourself.
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Thailand, a Southeast Asian, predominantly Buddhist kingdom with its fine sandy beaches mountains and valleys is stunning with arresting scenic beauty, ideal for summer resorts.

Thailand enjoys a tropical climate with three distinct seasons - summer from March to May, rains with plenty of sunshine from June to September and cool season from October to February. Known for its exotic temples and scenic beauty, Thailand is every man’s destination.
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Pattaya, is Asia’s premier beach resort which occupies a coast characterized by cliff-hidden bays, palm-fringed beaches, lovely islands and largely tranquil seas. This region offers some of Thailand’s best scuba-diving, snorkeling, sailing, fishing, windsurfing and other popular water sports. Visit the Nong Nuch village and a full day tour to the Coral Island, where one can witness the colourful marine world from the glass bottomed boat. Let the beaches and water beckon you. A must for beach lovers.
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Thailand’s bustling capital Bangkok is one of the world’s most exciting and exotic cities, a fascinating blend of ancient and modern. This is the city of wonderful shopping, dining, entertainment and nightlife.

In the heart of this region, about 80 kms from Bangkok, are the ruins of Ayutthaya. West of Bangkok you can discover the world’s tallest Buddhist monument at Nakhon Pathom, to the Southeast are the forested hills of Kanchanaburi.
The must see attractions are the floating market, city and temple tour, the grand palace and the emerald Buddha tour. Enjoy a full day at the Safari and Marine Park or the Dream World ( theme park) or simply enjoy an evening of Thai classical dance and dinner.
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The attractions of the south of Thailand are diverse. A highlight of any journey through the South is a visit to the province of Phuket because of its enchanting beauty combined with its famed oyster farms. Located off the south-west coast, Phuket is just an hour’s flight from Bangkok. Phuket is not just a place of sun, sea and sand, there is ample scope for exploring the island. A tropical paradise, full of naïve charm waiting to be discovered.
Take a boat excursion to Phi-Phi island where you can enjoy swimming, sun bathing and skin diving. After lunch, visit the Viking Cave with ancient cave painting.
An excursion to James Bond to visit the beautiful limestone islands, honeycombed with caves and aquatic grottoes such as Khao Pinggan and Tamlod.
This is the third largest island in the Kingdom which lies in the Gulf of Thailand. Thai Airways offers 7 flights a day from Bangkok. Koh Samui is for beach lovers and those who enjoy water sports.
The North’s beauty is legendary but perhaps the most captivating thing about this region are the people. They possess the unique sense of beauty and friendliness. Chiang Mai, 700 kms north of Bangkok is Thailand’s second largest city. Cooler and less hectic than the capital, this city is famous for its history culture and ancient temples, including the exquisitely peaceful Wat Doi Suthep, set on a hill offering a magnificent view over the distant countryside.
Just a 45 minute ferry ride from Singapore is Bintan, one of the accessible Indonesian islands which is a perfect paradise with miles and miles of palm-fringed beaches - the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate yourself.
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Hong Kong comprises of the Hong Kong island and the Kowloon Peninsula. At Hong Kong Island, visit the Victoria Peak which rises to 554 meters above sea level. It can be reached in just eight minutes from Central by the funicular railways.

This summit offers 360-degree view of the entire territory. Also visit the Ocean Park & Middle Kingdom. The Ocean Park offers cable car rides, the world’s second-longest outdoor escalator, roller coasters, aquatic shows, water-world, a shark tunnel, an aviary, and a butterfly house.
Take a stroll through Middle Kingdom’s living museums of ancient Chinese Lifestyle. Aberdeen, once a quiet fishing village, home of the boat people, Aberdeen is now a thriving town best known for its magnificent floating restaurants. Repulse Bay, is the less congested , quieter residential area particularly favoured by expatriates boasting of some of the most popular beaches in Hong Kong. Stanley Market, is a fishing village , one of Hong Kong’s oldest settlements. A lively spot of open air markets it is a great place for bargains in clothes, leather, porcelain etc.
Tsimshatsui, is the location for many of Hong Kong’s hotels otherwise also known as Hong Kong’s “Golden Mile” of shopping & night life . Here stands the huge New world shopping complex, Ocean Terminal, Ocean Centre, Ocean Galleries all together forming Asia’s largest shopping centre. Temple Street Night Market, is a lively night market where one can find fortune tellers & Chinese opera singers, it is best to visit the market after 8 PM. Jade Market, hawkers here offer raw stone for carvings and the Women Street specialises in everything for women.
This 740 square kilometre area is Kowloon, and has seen rapid development of satellite towns & resettlement estates. Shatin , contains fascinating temples, an old walled village, scenic mountain trails and one of the world’s most advanced race courses. Kam tin Walled Village dates back to being built in the 1600’s & is still occupied by the Tang clan who built it. Lok Ma Chau offers a fine view of the border with China looking out over the Shenzen river. Lo Wu, is the border town between Hong Kong & China
In addition to Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, & the New territories, Hong Kong has 235 outlying islands mostly uninhabited. Few of them live a way of life that has remained virtually unchanged for decades. Three of the most popular are Cheung Chau, Lamma, & Lantau.
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Malaysia is a land of fascinating sights and attractions. Malaysia is paradise …….. its sun-drenched beaches, enchanting islands, diverse flora and fauna, forest retreats and magnificent mountains are among the best in this region.
With 4,800 kms and over two hundred islands, beaches are one of Malaysia’s natural assets. One can do a lot of water sports like water-skiing, boating, cruising, snorkelling, scuba diving and trips to offshore islands. Malaysia offers a variety of nightlife in the cities. Night-clubs, karaoke lounges, discotheques, pubs and cineplexes are available. Malaysia is becoming a value-for-money shopping destination and Kuala Lumpur has carved for itself a reputation as a shopping paradise. Moreover, the moderate climate makes Malaysia a year-round destination..
Situated on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur has become an international centre for trade, business and commercial activities.
Fondly referred to as “The Pearl of the Orient”, it consists of Penang island and a strip of land on the mainland called Seberang Prai. One can visit the Fort Cornwallis, the Penang Bird Park, Bukit Mertajam Recreational Park, Penang Butterfly Farm, the Snake Temple, Botanical Gardens, the Wat Chayamangkalaram Temple and the Penang Museum and Art Gallery.
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Mauritius has the world’s finest beaches, turquoise lagoons stretched over 160 kms of magnificent coastline, “Paradise Land” as it is known as, it is surrounded by spectacular coral reefs and offers some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Plunge into the refreshing blue waters or simply laze on the soft sand. Visit the Pamplemousses Garden with its serene ponds and basins flowering with giant Amazon and Indian water lilies. Marvel the multicoloured earth of Chamarel.
For bird watchers and nature enthusiasts, there is the Casela Bird Park. The volcanic crater at Trou aux Cerfs offers a panoramic view of the central plateau of the island. One can also go on fishing trips, take underwater walks in crystal clear lagoons, go para-sailing and surfing or go deep sea diving.
Mauritius offers a wealth of diversity in its multi - racial cuisine. The plentiful duty-free shops are worth a visit, if you are interested in picking up the finest diamonds, textiles or perfumes, all at affordable prices.
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A speck in the Indian Ocean made up of some 1200 small coral islands makes up the Maldives. Surrounded by a shallow lagoon enclosed by coral reef, these islands provide the visitor with one of the most breath taking under-water life in the world.

The climate of Maldives is hot through the whole year and is determined by the monsoon. Although it is located on the equator, the monsoons are mild and not as strong as in the neighbouring countries making it a sought after destination for water-lovers.
The Male International Airport, situated on Hulule island, is just a kilometre or 10 minutes by boat from Male. The Maldives are famous as one of the top diving spots in the world. You will be able to enjoy the warm waters, superb underwater visibility and the abundant coral life.

A very popular excursion which can be arranged by all the resort islands is visiting the different fishing villages, resort islands and uninhabited islands. Most excursions include also a beach barbecue.
The Maldives Islands are already well known and considered by many to be one of the best locations in the world for diving and under water explorations. The islands are also known to offer a wide range of water sports activities to cater to holiday makers and water sports enthusiasts.
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Nature’s own paradise, the name alone conjures up images of hidden treasures. Spread over 400,000 square kilometres of the Indian Ocean, but with a land area of just 443 sq.mts., this island offers exotic flora and fauna that can be found nowhere else on earth.

The Seychelles is a true island paradise, unspoilt by commercialism. Seychelles with the world’s largest atoll, Aldabra opens up a whole new world of water adventure such as scuba diving and snorkelling.
The main island Mahe houses the international airport and is also the economic and political centre of the Seychelles. The capital town Victoria boasts Creole restaurants, crafts shops, art galleries, museums and a colourful market. The interior abounds with lush coconut palms, cinnamon and tea plantations and towering peaks, offering unparalleled views of the nearby islands.
Praslin, just 15 minutes by air is a must for every visitor. The Bird lovers musn’t miss Cousin, the island sanctuary The Bird island, only 30 minutes by air is the home for a million Sooty Terns as well as Esmeralda, the 150 year old giant tortoise.

La Digue which is 30 minutes from Praslin and 3 hours boat ride from Mahe offers a way of life which hasn’t changed in centuries. Ox-carts and bicycles are the order of the day on this island.
Most of the hotels are of International standards with air-conditioning, private bathrooms, swimming pools and sports facilities. And as the saying goes “you will surely return!” as there is lots to tempt you back.
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Warm, tropical Sri Lanka is an island with over a thousand miles of beautiful pale gold beaches, fringed with coconut palms and surrounded by blue waters. There are lovely bays, coral reefs inhabited by colourful fish…….
The centre of administration and the commercial centre of the Island. A busy place with many people and vehicles.

Among the interesting places to see in Colombo are the Independence Square, the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference hall, The Town Hall, the Gangaramaya Temple and the Zoological Gardens.
The 5th Century Sigiriya Rock Fortress of King Kasyappa. One of the masterpieces of the World during this time, the legendary citadel in the summit of this massive monolithic rock 200 meters from the bottom, tells the story of power, intrigue and the tragedy. Today this has become a magnificent sight for any tourist.
Nestled in the foothills of the Hill Country of the island, the city of Kandy is the centre of tradition and culture of the island. The city has gained more importance for having the prestige of having the sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha.
This is more completely preserved ruins, recently exposed to the ravages of time. Polonnaruwa has a particular fascination for the average visitor. The remains of the King’s palace, the royal swimming pools, the famous Gal Vihare, 3 huge statues of Lord Buddha carved out of sheer granite are some of the must-see attractions.
This was once called the “Little England” as this was the place where many British planters lived. Nuwara Eliya is 2000 meters above sea level and has a cool climate. The drive form Kandy to Nuwara is very scenic.

Smell of fresh tea tantalises and a visit to the tea factory is a must. The waterfalls on the way are a beautiful sight.
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The world’s most exciting destination…..right at your fingertips. Australia, New Zealand & the South Pacific Islands have always held a magical allure for the visitor & with good reason.

There is such an intriguing kaleidoscope of cultures, friendly cities, sun drenched resorts, thermal wonderlands, the remote outback… It’s all just waiting to be discovered. The mysterious Ayers Rock , cruising the Sydney harbour with it’s world famous bridge & the Magnificent Sydney Opera House.
View the spectacular scenery at the Kakadu National Park, the unbelievable Great Barrier Reef, the beautiful Gold Coast…The list never ends as there is no end to how much there is to see & experience.
CAIRNS, learn about Aboriginal life and tradition at the award winning Tjapukai Aboriginal Culture Park. Ride the Skyrail Cableway high over the tropical rainforests to the mountain village of Kuranda. On some days you can even stroll through the famous markets. You can even take a cruise to the outer great barrier reef with great adventures, enjoy swimming, snorkelling, & coral viewing.
GOLD COAST, here you can spend time at the beach or shopping. A Tour to Mount Tambourine, with it’s panoramic view of the Gold Coast is a must . The Gold Coast is famous for some of the best Theme Parks in Australia, such as Dream World , Sea World, Movie world .
SYDNEY, See the well known surf beaches of Dee Why, South Curl, Bondi, the Island of Manly is also a must see. Travel through the historic Rocks area , or take a wonderful cruise around the delightful Sydney harbour. One must take a tour to the Botanical Gardens before stopping at Mrs. Macquarie’s chair to enjoy a spectacular view of the Sydney Harbour & the Opera House. Pass through Paddington, Chinatown Darling Harbour. On the outskirts you must visit the Blue Mountains, Jamieson Valley. A stop at Echo point to view the three sisters is a must.
Enjoy a scenic cruise along the Yarra River. Travel to Phillip Island, visit the Koala Conservation centre and see these wonderful marsupials in their natural environment. Observe the nightly ritual of the world famous Penguin Parade, Board Australia’s oldest operating steam train Puffing Billy for it’s journey through the delightful scenery of the Dandenong Ranges National Park or travel in to the Grape growing region of the Yarra valley, enjoy wine tasting at Fergusson’s Winery & roast lunch, and continue on to Domaine Chandon Moet et Chandon’s, Australian method Champagnoise winery. There is also a tour of the Ballarat & Sovereign hill.
Cuddle a Koala or visit Tiger Island, take a day tour to the Blue Mountains or to the Australian Wild Life Park. There is so much to do you never know where to begin….
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New Zealand is probably the most beautiful place on earth with natural beauty difficult to believe. New Zealand is much more than glistening peaks and serene lakes. boiling mud; it’s a people, a culture, a way of life.

The unique blend of Maori Pacific Islander, Pakeha (European descendant) and other nationalities gives the country a heritage that is rich and varied. Experience New Zealand by a cruise on Auckland’s harbour or visit Queenstown or take a scenic train to Christchurch.
With its spectacular scenic beauty, its unspoilt terrain and its bracing climate, New Zealand will give you so much more than you ever imagined. New Zealand is not just an island country, it’s a whole new world altogether.
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It’s the land where the sun shines all year round. Astride the equator, refreshed by the breezes blown off the Indian Ocean, Kenya is the original tropical paradise.

Sometimes it rains for days on end but wherever you go, there is a golden land, rich in wealth of it’s contrasts, it’s landscapes, its cultures and the welcome it extends to all its guests and visitors.
Nairobi is the capital of Kenya. Indeed a memorable capital, both in its setting and contrasts and the experience it affords. Five hundred kilometres from the coast, Nairobi is around 5,500 feet above sea level. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, is one of the busiest in Africa.
The Masai Mara National Reserve offers an absolutely unique variety of animals. The reason is that this hilly region is both humid and fertile, and is crossed by the river Mara and Talek, full of crocodiles and hippos and which carry water the whole year round. The abundance of water and excellent availability of food are the reasons why Masai Mara, which in fact is a continuation of the Tanzanian Serengeti National Park, has the greatest population of wild animals in the whole of Africa.
Jagged snow-capped summits of Africa’s second highest mountain. Lying astride the equator, Mount Kenya hosts a variety of flora and fauna, including the Bongo, Black Rhino, Bush Pig and other wildlife. Also available are mountain climbing and hiking facilities.
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Welcome to the magnificence of South Africa. This is one diverse country which offers a traveller a wonderful experience not easily forgotten. The striking contrasts in the bewildering mixes of race ,language, creed, colour, & cultures.
With Cape town as a stunning centre piece, the Wine lands to explore and the Garden route to meander through, for the glitz of Sun City with it’s magnificent hotel, The Palace, for fun-in-the-sun Durban, for pure luxury in the African bush in a private game reserve, for time to shop & party in Johannesburg. It’s all right there , right in South Africa.
CAPE TOWN correctly referred to as the Mother City offers a myriad of attractions such as the Kirstenbosch Botanical gardens, The South African Museum, The Castle of Good Hope, Green Market Square, The Victoria & Albert Waterfront. Cape Town Vineyards produce some world class wines. Northern Cape Town has the town of Kimberely famous for it’s diamond discoveries. Besides all this, there is an explosion of restaurants, bars, shopping centres.
GARDEN ROUTE, whilst travelling along this route visit Albertina - a tourist’s dream town with an old world atmosphere, Mossel bay - a holiday resort with an interesting history, George - nestling below the magnificent Outeniqua mountains, Oudtshoorn the ostrich feather capital, Still bay, Wilderness, & Sedgefield famous for fishing & boating, Plettenberg Bay - an ideal holiday resort on a beautiful bay .
KRUGER NATIONAL PARK and the adjoining private game reserves represent the real Africa. The route followed takes you to see the impressive Mac Mac & Lisbon Falls, breathtaking God’s window, the Berlin falls, Bourke’s luck Potholes, Blyde River Canyon - one of Africa’s natural wonders, the historical mining town of Pilgrim’s rest.
SUN CITY for people wanting glamour, glitz, and excitement Sun City, & the internationally famous Place of the Lost City is a must.

Extravagant theatres, sophisticated casino area, night clubs, slot machines, The Gary Player Country Club, & Waterworld which has facilities for parasailing, water - skiing, & wind surfing. Adjacent to Sun City is South Africa’s 4th largest park , The Pilanesberg Game Reserve, there’s also the Kwena Gardens, a prehistoric reptile park & crocodile ranch.
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This is the most popular and spectacular of all game parks in East Africa. It covers a large area of 14,765 square kilometers. Life in the park centres around the Wildebeest herds. Each year , after the short rains in November, the migration starts when the Wildebeest and Zebra gather in thousands on the plains below the Ngorongoro Highlands. During February, they move North and West following the rains and the fresh grasslands.
This relatively small park, covering an area of 137 sq. km is just half an hour from Arusha. It consists of three zones : Ngurdoto crater, the Momella lakes and Mount Meru. Vegetation varies from primeval forest on the crater slopes to swampy edges. In the forest are to be found Duikers, Bushbuck, Buffalo and black and white Colombus Monkeys.
An area of 755 which starts from above 2700m. The mountain attracts thousands of visitors each year, all aspiring to conquer the summit.
From which ever direction you approach Manyara, the first view is spectacular. Approach from the East and the Rift Valley wall looms on the horizon forming an impressive backdrop.

The gorge acquired its name from the Sanseviera bush that grows profusely in the area, named Olduvai by the Masai. This gorge is about 50 km long and in some places 90 m deep.
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Land of the Pharoahs, re-live the pomp and grandeur of this majestic pyramid country. History will never be the same for the world. Visit the remarkable Pyramids and the Sphinx of Giza, where architecture and precision would put today’s times to shame.

Cairo, a city where shopping is a musky pleasure take a visit to the Citadel mosque of Mohammed Aly, or to the museum. Explore the hidden treasures or take a tour to Memphis and Sakkara. And don’t miss Cairo’s belly dancing Night Club attractions.
Enjoy a Nile Cruise or take a fascinating tour to the temples of Ramses II and his Queen. Visit the Elephantine Island or take a trip to Aga Khan’s marble Mausoleum. Take a trip to the temple of Horus, or sail through Ensa into the city of Luxor.
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