Important Announcement – Closure of Outdoor Theme Park Rides at Genting

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Please find Below the List of the Rides closed in Genting Outdoor Park

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Biggest Ship in Asia : MARINER OF THE SEAS

Biggest Ship in Asia : MARINER OF THE SEAS ……….with 3,114 guests passenger capacity.

Ex Singapore sailings: 1st June (3 nights ) and 4th june  (4 nights)

Ship Highlights :                                           

  • Vitality Spa & Fitness Center                                                   * 4 pools / 6 whirlpools
  • Poolside, outdoor movie screen                                               * Royal Promenade
  • Rock climbing wall                                                                     * Complimentary ice-skating shows in Studio B
  • 15 bars, clubs, and lounges that never have a cover, including Boleros Latin-themed lounge and Wig & Gavel Pub
  • Dreamworks Experience: Only on Royal Caribbean :Cruise with your favourite characters from Madagascar, Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and more. Meet and have your photo taken with your favourite DreamWorks characters, watch exhilarating character parades, tableside visits during character meals and see the Madagascar movies as well as other fantastic DreamWorks films brought to life in our 3D theatre or in your stateroom.
  • 9,623 square foot Vegas-style Casino Royale® with 283 slots and 16 tables
  • Main Dining Room with complimentary, multi-course dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • More complimentary dining options including Windjammer Café, Jade Sushi and Asian-fusion cuisine, Café Promenade for coffee and pastries/snacks, Boardwalk Dog House and room service (Late night service charge applies to room service orders between 12: 00 am and 5:00 a.m)
  • Chops Grills Steakhouse and Giovanni’s Table, choose any items off the menu from appetizer to dessert* (low cover charge applies)
  • Casual dining and snacks at Johnny Rockets and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream* (low cover charge applies)

Cruising with dreamworks characters ..



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3 Night Far East starting 01-JUN-2013

Sat 01 Jun 2013 Singapore   05:00 PM Boarding
Sun 02 Jun 2013 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 08:00 AM 06:00 PM Docked
Mon 03 Jun 2013 Cruising     Cruising
Tue 04 Jun 2013 Singapore 06:00 AM   Departure

4 Night Far East starting 04-JUN-2013

Tue 04 Jun 2013 Singapore   05:00 PM Boarding
Wed 05 Jun 2013 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 08:00 AM 06:00 PM Docked
Thu 06 Jun 2013 Langkawi, Malaysia 08:00 AM 06:00 PM Docked
Fri 07 Jun 2013 Cruising     Cruising
Sat 08 Jun 2013 Singapore 06:00 AM   Departure

For more details contact:- 00-91-9825673771

Malaysia’s riotious Festival


Location: Batu Caves, outside of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Date: Full moon day in the 10th Tamil month of Thai (mid-January to mid- February)

Level of Participation: 1 – watch the pain from the sidelines

The most spectacular Hindu festival in Malaysia is a wild orgy of seemingly hideous body piercings, marking the day when Lord Shiva’s son, Murugan, was given a lance to vanquish three demons. The greatest sight is the kavadi carriers, the devotees who subject themselves to seemingly masochistic acts as fulfilment for answered prayers. Many of the faithful carry offerings of milk in paal kudam (milk pots) often connected to their skin by hooks. Even more striking are the vel kavadi – great cages of spikes that pierce the skin of the carrier and are decorated with peacock feathers, pictures of deities, and flowers. Some penitents go as far as piercing their tongues and cheeks with hooks, skewers and tridents. While it looks excruciating, a trance-like state stops participants from feeling pain; later the wounds are treated with lemon juice and holy ash to prevent scarring.

Essentials: Only the truly faithful should attempt the ritual – insufficiently prepared devotees keep doctors especially busy over the festival period with skin lacerations.

Local Attractions: At the Batu Caves you’ll find monkeys scaling the towering limestone outcrop, and you can climb the 272 steps into Temple Cave, the vast main cavern, where there’s an enormous golden statue of Murugan.

Courtesy:- Lonely Planet.

i-City, Selangor, Malaysia


i-City is the latest tourist spot in Shah Alam, Selangor. Dubbed the City of Digital Lights, it is reputed to be the first lightscape tourist destination in Malaysia. Showcasing state-of-the-art LED technology, i-City is an exciting and fascinating place to visit, especially during festive seasons such as Chinese New Year. The combination of the LED lights technology and traditional element presents a strong selling point for i-City.

Why i-City

As visitors stroll around the colourful forest that resembles a four-season park, they get to see dozens of wonderful sculptures. Besides that, many beautiful red and yellow lanterns can also be seen. The sculptures and themes, as well as the lighting decoration in i-City are changed periodically. Hence, there will always be something new for visitors to see and enjoy.

With beautiful scenery and unique display of dazzling digital lights, it is not a surprise that i-City is a haven for shutterbugs. It also provides a beautiful setting for wedding photography. With numerous bulbs lighting up i-City nightly, some people might be concerned about their effect on the environment.

i-City is quick to assure that the digital lights with total power consumption equivalent to about 4 shop lots, are environmentally friendly. i-City is open 24 hours a day as it has been approved as a technopreneur campus, where cosmopolitan lifestyle outlets can operate on a 24-hour basis.

Under this concept, i-City will be a gated but open zone where security, traffic management, landscaping, rubbish management and other township services will be the responsibility of i-City. This is in recognition of i-City as a night tourist destination and a knowledge hub.

Getting to i-City

30 minutes drive from PJ/KL, use the Federal Highway heading towards Shah Alam. Exit at the Batu Tiga Toll Station. Look for the BP gas station, and then turn left at the UiTM/i-City signage. Drive onwards till you reach the traffic lights and turn right. Drive on the left lane until you see Shell gas station and KFC. Turn left before the traffic lights. Go straight again and when you see a chrome ball turn left, and you will be able to see i-City.

Take the KTM Komuter to Batu Tiga Komuter Station. From there, take a bus or taxi to i-City.

Where to stay

Sheraton Hotels and Resort – The Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel welcomes you with warm Malaysian hospitality. We are conveniently located within the business and commercial district, making it easy for you to get to your workplace and city attractions.

Shangri-La Hotel – You wake up snug in downy soft beddings, with world famous skyscrapers, the Petronas Twin Towers, in sight, as Malaysia’s vibrant capital city bids you a fine morning. You feel relaxed and tranquil in the luxurious guestroom at Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

Your day begins with a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel’s Lobby Lounge. Satisfied, you head out to the confluence of the ancient Gombak and Klang waterways. The trip rewards with access to the trendy mercantile and fashion centres in the city’s Golden Triangle.

You marvel at the fascinating juxtaposition between old and  ultra-modern. The winding, meandering alleys of this city reveal hidden surprises. Energized by these experiences, sundown reveals a night still too young for you. With one last look at the sparkling towers, you draw the curtains, and retreat behind lush covers to prepare for tomorrow’s adventures.

Enjoy your enchanting dreams, with compliments from Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

The Westin Hotels – Stay in the midst of Kuala Lumpur’s bustling Golden Triangle and enjoy immediate access to the city’s most fashionable shopping malls and vibrant nightlife as well as KLCC Park, numerous multinational corporations, and top financial institutions.

Enjoy stylish, residential comfort in our 443 guest rooms and suites with splendid views. You’ll discover efficient work spaces, High Speed Internet Access, 24-hour in-room dining, and always, peaceful slumber in a signature Westin Heavenly Bed.

Mandarin Oriental-Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award winning owner and operator of some of the most luxurious hotels, resorts and residences located in prime destinations around the world

Increasingly recognized for creating some of the world’s most sought-after properties, the Group provides 21st century luxury with oriental charm. Above all, Mandarin Oriental is renowned for creating unique hotels through distinctive design and a strong sense of place, luxury hotels right  for their time and place. The Group regularly receives international recognition and awards for quality management and legendary service.


This year’s theme “Classical Chefs” represent pure and honest food, honouring the roots of a symphony of cuisines that include Malay, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, French, Italian, Lebanese, South Korean, Cuban and Creole.

It’s so simple: present your tokens and be presented with a Symphony of Cuisines – with not much queuing or waiting for your change, either!

Malaysian cuisine covers a wide, unique spectrum, thanks to the melting pot of cultures that make up its population. Malays, Thais, Chinese, Indians and a host of other ethnic groups from near and far have brought their specialities to the table, and the result is a country that is a foodie’s delight.


I-City, Shah Alam, Selangor (30 minutes away from KL city center), ice slides are also available which allows visitors to slide on a tube. Further inside there is another slide which requires you to get on a toboggan like thing.

Temperatures in the building were said to be nearly minus five degree Celsius in there. Jackets are provided to keep you warm. However do make sure that you wear long pants and shoes during your visit. A glove would be a good idea too if you can’t stand the cold. Tickets-RM25 for adult, RM20 for children. Operating hours: 10 am till 1 am daily.

Short information on Langkawi

Get to know Langkawi

Langkawi Mangrove 

The Mangrove forest in Langkawi is really an intricate network of streams and hidden covers that are home to hundreds of endemic jungle species of wildlife.

Pulau Payar Marine Park

The sprinkling of jade green islands that make up Pulau Payar lie just 30 km south east of Langkawi.

Kimil River Cruise

Spread over an area of 100 sq. km., Kilim Nature Park features a beautiful mix of well protected green mangrove forests, isolated white beaches and blue lagoons.

‘Tasik Dayang Bunting’

The Legend of Tasik Dayang Bunting goes like this: The favorite bathing pool of a celestial princess named Mambang Sari was said to be Tasik Dayang Bunting (lake of the Pregnant Maiden).


Malaysia Year – End Sale (10th November 2012 – 01 January 2013)

The year end sale is back with great discounts! It’s the season eagerly awaited by Malaysians and visitors alike for the unbelievable discounts, bargains and promotions.

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)

See All Your Adventure Dreams Come Alive At One Amazing Destination MALAYSIA

Wander wide-eyed through the world’s oldest Rainforest. Immerse yourself in the captivating depths, underwater, or deep inside mysterious caverns. Get a new high as you venture up the world’s highest Via Ferrata, or get drenched in the thrills of rafting down Jungle Rivers. If you crave extraordinary experiences, there’s only one destination for your wildest dreams – Malaysia.

Get set to have your breath taken away, as you go surfing, scuba diving, trekking, mountain climbing and caving among Malaysia’s diverse landscapes that include coral reefs and caves, mountains and rainforests, rivers and beaches.


Malaysia’s clear water is perfect for Scuba diving, and the country is home to some of the best dive sites in the world. Venture into any of its 38 marine parks, which are home to numerous deep-sea wonders like whale sharks, dugongs, turtles and manta rays.

Sipadan, Makating, Sibu, Aur, Perhentian, Redang and Tioman.


Explore million year old Rainforest that refresh your senses with every shaped of green. Watch out for world’s largest flower – The Rafflesia, or carnivores pitcher plants. Then, take a Canopy Walk High above the forest to get a never before glimpse of rare plants and animals.

Royal Belum, Kinabalu Park, Taman Negara, Mulu National Park, Endau-Rompin and Cameron Highlands.


Get out your board and paddle off for endless thrills and spills riding the waves. There’s plenty of wet and wild action for both, beginners and advanced surfers at a choice of destination along Malaysia’s Coastline.

Cherating, Tioman Island, Teluk Kalong, Kijal, Teluk Chempedak and Tanjong Jara.


Go underground to Marvel at Malaysia’s subterranean showpieces. You’ll get a chance to survey some of the world’s largest and most ancient caverns, and get up-close with amazing cave life and geological formations.

Batu Caves, Niah Caves, The Giant Deer Cave at Mulu National Park, Batu Punggul, Madai Caves and Gua Tempurung.


Pack your camera and get set to shoot tigers, orangutans, elephants, tapirs, proboscis monkeys, Sumatran Rhinos, as well as the Giant Rafflesia Flower, fan palms and more. Hit the jungle trial and ramble through extensive areas dedicated solely to preserving the best of nature.

Kinabatangan River, Danum Valley, Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Bako National Park and Taman Negara.


Soak up the excitement as you go rafting down the river rapids. Choose from high speed adrenaline rush or medium – pace voyages and have your breathe taken away, not only with the adventure, but with spectacular natural scenery too.

Padas, Kiulu, Liwagu, Gopeng, Jeram Besu, Kuala Kubu, and Sungai Kampar.


Lie back on the deck, relax and let your mind drift away Cruise around idyllic islands, spot rare pygmy elephants and proboscis monkeys , sail through Malaysia’s vibrant history, and relax in remote villages for a taste of traditional Malaysia.

Selangor, Penang and Langkawi, Kinabatangan River Cruise and Sunset Cruise on Sarawak River.


The world’s highest Via Ferrata (as certified by the Guiness book of World Record) to the top of Mount Kinabalu, to marvel at the spectacular panorama all around. Designed for beginners too, this path is easy to climb, as it has rubs, rails and cables embedded into the rock face.

Cuilinary Delights @ Penang, Malaysia

With six outlets in Malaysia four in the Kuala Lumpur area and one each in Penang and Langkawi – providing Northern Indian cuisine, Sagar is a must for most visiting Indian Groups.

Family & Children Attraction @ Kuala Lumpur


What: Located about 15 minutes by car from Kuala Lumpur, Sunway Lagoon is a fun destination for all, offering more than 80 attractions spread across five parks- Water Park, Extreme Park and Scream Park. It is also popular venue for events as well as concerts. Three hotels are found onsite.

Family & Children Attraction @ Genting Highlands, Malaysia


What: A visit to Malaysia is incomplete without a visit to Genting Highlands, home to Resorts World Genting. Nestled on a mountain peak at an elevation of about 1,800 meters, the resort is located only 40 minutes by car from Kuala Lumpur. Resorts World Genting boasts one of Malaysia’s largest theme parks both indoor and outdoor with over 40 rides and 90 retail outlets, entertainment options and a casino. Infrastructure includes 10,000 hotel rooms and major convention facilities.

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