Exploring Singapore & Malaysia


Some refer to her as the “little red dot”, but Singapore’s presence in the world today is larger than that. Today, Singapore is a major trading center, located on the tip of the MalayaPeninsula nd on one of the important ocean0based trading, routes connecting South Asia and Far – East Asia. Truly speaking, vacations in Singapore are filled with fun and frolic that never ends. The stunning beaches, skyscrapers buildings, elegant churches, historical museums and many alike easily entice the visitors from all over the globe. The rich heritage, diverse culture, historical landmarks and the cultural events and shows easily entice the tourists and these tempt the visitors to visit this beautiful country again and again.

Main Language: Malay & English

Currency: Singapore Dollar

 One thing you don’t know

20th March 1948 Singapore held its first election

Must do

The Singapore Flyer

Must click

Merlion (Singapore)

Universal Studios (Singapore)


Malaysia, one of the most beautiful cities in Southeast Asia has emerged to be a great holiday destination for the tourists the world over. Malaysia boasts of an endless range of attractions and activities that cater for the cosmopolitan shopper, cultural enthusiast, historical buff and nature lovers. Divided into Peninsular Malaysia in the West and East Malaysia, part of the Borneo archipelago, the country will allure tourists with the shopping experience of its modern cities, the splendor of its cultural arts and natural heritage of rich flora and fauna.

Main Language: Malay    Currency: Ringgit

One thing you didn’t know

Oil palm plantations make Malaysia one of the largest producers of palm oil in the world.

Must do

Genting Highland

Sunway Lagoon

Must click

PetronasTowers (Malaysia)


Singapore Flyer

At 165metres the Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest observation wheel and offers spectacular views of the Island.







On your awesome 30-minute Singapore Flyer ride you will see stunning views of Marina Bay and the Singapore skyline, plus tantalising glimpses of neighboring Indonesia and Malaysia.

The Singapore Flyer is a must-do in Singapore. Book your tickets today to ensure you don’t miss out on this incredible experience.

Why book this activity:-

  •     The Singapore Flyer is a must-do in Singapore!
  •      Breathtaking views of Singapore from the world’s largest observation wheel
  •     The view stretches 45km and encompasses all of Singapore’s highlights as well as glimpses of neighboring Malaysia and Indonesia

With this ticket you can simply turn up any time before 6pm and skip-the-line!

The Singapore Flyer – Itinerary
The Singapore Flyer is located at 30 Raffles Avenue, Marina Bay Singapore. Please arrive at the Singapore Flyer 30 minutes before your flight time.

Take a breathtaking ride on the Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest observation wheel. Flights last for 30 minutes and you will share a capsule with other passengers.

The Flyer has a total height of 165m and exceeds The Star of Nanchang by 5m and the London Eye by 30m. You will see 360 degree views of Singapore’s spectacular skyline and Sentosa Island. On a clear day you should be able to see up to 45km away meaning you can catch sight of nearby Indonesia and Malaysia.

Please Note:- Must Take your Cameras. Otherwise you will surely frustrate.  :=)

Location: Singapore
Schedule: Start time: Your ticket is valid for entrance between 0830h (08:30am) and 2230h (10:30pm).

The Wow Experience Vancouver – Victoria – Whistler


About the City –

Vancouver is a tourist delight. Few cities in the world offer Vancouver’s combination of a big city lifestyle and outdoor fun in such close proximity. Dining, shopping and visits to local places of interest all within walking distances make Vancouver a traveling paradise.

Getting There !
Vancouver Int’l airport – YVR   

Places of Interest

  • Stanley park
  • Granville Island
  • Gastown
  • North Shore Mountains
  • Yaletown
  • Vancouver Aquarium
  • Chinatown


Victoria is Capital of British Columbia. weather you wish to stroll along the causeway in the Inner Harbor, enjoy whale watching, indulging in the west coast cuisine or partake in the English tradition of Afternoon tea and pasties at the Bengal Lounge in the famous Fairmont Empress Hotel… Victoria is simply breathtaking.

Getting There !

  1. 30 minutes by Float Plane from Vancouver
  2. 3 hours by BC Ferries from Vancouver

Places of Interest

  • Zipline Adventures
  • Butchat Gardens
  • Atique Row
  • Market Square
  • Whale Watching


Whistler is a place of Scenic wonder. Outdoor adventure and quaint mountain village atmosphere. Both a winter and summer destination, Whistler offers breath taking sights and great activities like Ziplining and Quad – Biking while staying at a world class resort at the foot of the mountains.

Getting There !

  1. 3 hours by road from Vancouver
  2. 2 hours Rocky Mountaineer (Whistler Sea to Sky Climb)

Places of Interest

  • PEAK2PEAK Gondola
  • Whistler Village
  • Squamish- Lil’wat Cultural Center

  • Whistler Olympic Park

Vancouver’s must See !!

8 Must See Attractions & Neighborhoods

  • Grouse Mountain
  • Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
  • GranVille Island
  • Vancouver Aquarium
  • Stanley Park
  • Gastown
  • Robson Street
  • Yale Town

6 Must See Festivals & Events

5 Must Stay Hotels

  • Fairmont Pacific Rim

Fairmont Hotel Vancouver

  • Fairmont Water Front
  • Four Seasons
  • Pan Pacific Vancouver

6 Must Dine Restaurant

1 Must do Itinery
Explore Vancouver
Day 1

Explore the sights of Vancouver. Take a hop on, off sightseeing tour starting at the 1,000 acre Stanley Park and a visit to Vancouver Aquarium, Totem Park and Prospect Point. Next visit Gastown, a charming neighborhood home to a number of shops and galleries, restaurants and coffee shops. Visitors can stroll along the cobblestone streets while enjoying a refreshing beverage in this historic neighborhood. Next visit ancient Chinatown outside of the park travel along the beaches of scenic English Bay, make your way across Burrard Street Bridge to Granville Island where you can enjoy a casual meal while taking in some street-side entertainment before touring the public market and the island’s famed artisan studios. Then take a return trip across False Creek back to downtown abroad a quaint False Creek Ferry to Yaletown, one of the Vancouver’s most vibrant and hippest neighborhoods.

Day 2

Visit Vancouver’s North Shore Mountains and explore the city’s great outdoors. the Capilano Suspension Bridge is located in the heart of the Vancouver’s Temperate Rainforest. Take a stroll along Treetops Adventure, and their newest attraction, cliff-walk before taking in native carving demonstrations. Next stop is Grouse Mountains– The Peak Of Vancouver, located a short distance up the road from the Capilano Suspension Bridge. Take the sky-ride to the top of the mountain, providing sensational views of the city far below. At the top, visit the Refuge for endangered wildlife featuring two orphaned grizzly bears, Birds in Motion demonstration, Lumber Jack show or take a ride up the eye of the Wind Viewpoint located 20 stories high. Zip-lining, tandem-paragliding and helicopter tours are also available.

Grouse Mountain, Vancouver, Canada

A must visit place in Vancouver, Canada is Grouse Mountain.

Grouse Mountain is one of three ski and alpine resorts on Vancouver’s North Shore.  Open 12 months a year, visitors can enjoy a scenic cable car ride to the top of the mountain.  Fabulous panoramic views of Vancouver can be enjoyed from the mountain top.  Dining facilities are also available.

Grouse Mountain, Vancouver Canada

Grouse Mountain is 1,250 m (4,100 feet) above sea level.  A series of trails are available at the mountain top.  Many Vancouverites enjoy the “Grouse Grind” trail that is about 2.9 km (1.8 miles) long and entails a vertical climb of about 853 meters (2,800 feet).  The average completion time is about 1.5 hours.  Novice climbers should plan for a 2 hour hike and a cable car ride down the hill.

Grouse Mountain is an easy 15 minute drive from downtown Vancouver, located in the city of North Vancouver.  The public transit system offers regular service to the base of Grouse Mountain every half hour. Catch Bus 232 from Phibbs Exchange or Bus 236 from Lonsdale Quay.

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