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China - 7D 6N Beijing - Tianjin - Chengde

Day 1 – Kuala Lumpur – Beijing: Arrive at Beijing International airport, transfer and check in at hotel.

Day 2 – Beijing (B L D): After breakfast, visit the biggest square in the world, Tiananmen Square, the location of many important events in Chinese history. Then visit the Forbidden City, the Winter Residence of the Ming and Qing Emperors. After a photo stop at the National Grand Theatre, pause for lunch, followed by a tea-tasting session, then explore the Hutong, Beijing’s ancient alleyways, by rickshaw. Continue visit to the Summer Palace, a masterpiece of Chinese landscape and garden design. Conclude with a visit to Silk City. After dinner, watch a world-renowned Chinese Acrobatic Show.

Day 3 – Beijing (B L D): After breakfast, visit one of the largest jade shops in China. Then, visit the greatest Wonder of the World – the Great Wall of China, built by the first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang. After lunch, visit the Ming Tombs and Bao Shu Tang. After dinner, free & easy shopping time at Wangfujing Night Market and the chance to sample local snacks at Donghua Gate Food Street.

Day 4 – Beijing – Tianjin – Beijing (B L D): Take a scenic bus ride to the historic city of Tianjin to visit its two most famous streets – Food St. and Cultural St. Return to Beijing by train then unwind with local royal foot massage followed by a visit to a pearl processing factory.

Day 5 – Beijing – Chengde (B L D): After breakfast, visit Dongbianmen Watchtower and the old commercial quarter of Qianmen Street. Then visit another yet UNESCO World Heritage site – the Temple of Heaven, built in 1420 and used by the Ming & Qing Emperors for annual prayer ceremonies to ensure good harvests. Drop by a sword shop, to learn about Chinese weaponry, then view the exterior of the Beijing National Stadium where the 2008 Summer Olympics were held, followed by the Beijing National Aquatic Centre. Bus ride to Chengde for dinner and overnight.

Day 6 – Chengde – Beijing (B L D): This morning, visit the Imperial Summer Resort where Qing Emperors escaped the summer heat of the capital. Next, visit the Little Potala Palace, a replica of the Potala Palace in Tibet. Return to Beijing by bus.

Day 7 – Beijing – Kuala Lumpur (B L D): After breakfast, shopping at Silk Street Market and Jewellery Mall. After dinner, transfer to Beijing airport for flight back to Kuala Lumpur.

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China - 7D 6N Hangzhou - Suzhou - Nanjing - Wuxi - Zhujiajiao - Shanghai

Day 1 – Kuala Lumpur – Hangzhou: After arrival (Shanghai or Hangzhou airport), check in to hotel in Hangzhou.

Day 2 – Hangzhou – Suzhou (B L D): After breakfast, take a Cruise on the West Lake and enjoy the beauty of the landscape while listening to the lake’s romantic history. Proceed to Flower Harbor for fish viewing and visit a Longjing Tea Village. After lunch, transfer to Suzhou and enjoy a cruise on the Ou Garden canal. Dinner and overnight in Hangzhou.

Day 3 – Suzhou – Nanjing (B L D): After breakfast, visit the Hanshan Temple and the Panmen Gate (exterior view). Later, visit a silk factory – Suzhou is China’s largest silk production centre. After lunch, proceed to Nanjing to visit the City Wall of Nanjing, one of the most impressive fortifications in Asia, and the amazing double-decker Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge.

Day 4 – Nanjing – Wuxi (B L D): After breakfast, visit Song Mei Ling’s Mausoleum and Xuanwu Lake. After lunch, proceed to Wuxi to visit the 88 metre tall Giant Buddha on Mt. Lingshan, the tallest standing Buddha statue in China. Wuxi is China’s pottery capital thanks to the unique purple clay found locally. A visit to the Purple Clay Tea Pot Museum reveals a treasure house of the potter’s art.

Day 5 – Wuxi – Zhujiajiao Water Village – Shanghai (B L D): After breakfast, visit the Three Kingdom City – the shooting location of the TV series “Romance of The Three Kingdoms” – and Cruise on Tai Lake. Next, visit a pearl factory. After lunch, transfer to Zhujiajiao, the ancient Water Village whose history dates back over 1,700 years. Later, visit the Mausoleum of Song Qingling, the Mother of Modern China, and The Bund, Shanghai’s famous waterfront district. Finish the day with shopping at City God Temple and Shanghai Old Street.

Day 6 – Shanghai – Hangzhou (B L D): After breakfast, visit Nanjing Road, Shanghai’s best-known shopping district. Later, visit the century-old Tong Ren Tang herbal shop and enjoy a traditional foot massage.

Day 7 – Hangzhou – Kuala Lumpur (B): After breakfast, free at leisure until transfer to airport for flight back to Kuala Lumpur.

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China - 7D 6N Changsha - Shaoshan- Fenghuang - Zhangjaje

Day 1 – Kuala Lumpur – Changsha (D): Upon arrival at Changsha, an ancient city with more than 3000 years of history, proceed for shopping at Huangxing pedestrian shopping street, the largest shopping area in the city.

Day 2 – Changsha – Shaoshan – Fenghuang (B L D): After breakfast, visit Shaoshan, the hometown of great revolutionary leader Mao Zedong. Upon arrival, visit Mao’s former Residence, an ordinary farmhouse built with clay and wood, the Ancestral Temple of the Mao Family and Copper Sculpture Square. Continue to the ancient city of Fenghuang (Phoenix), a beautiful small city famous for its Miao and Tujia minorities, its surrounding mountains and rivers and its ancient architecture. Sightseeing includes Dongmen City Gate Tower, Wanmin Tower, the Rainbow Wind & Rain Bridge, Sand Bay Scenic Area, Hongqiao Arts Building, Beimen City Gate Tower, Tuojiang scenery. After dinner, free to explore the ancient city light a “Wish Lantern” (at your own expense).

Day 3 – Fenghuang – Zhanjiajie – Tianmen Mountain (B L D): Proceed to Zhangjiajie, where “The mist glides across hundreds of towering, sandstone pillars topped by trees before plunging down into the green-swathed ravines below. En-route, visit a distillery to learn about the Chinese wine culture. After that, visit to Tianmen Moutain, including Tianmen Cave and the transparent walkway known as the Glass Plank Road. Continue to Zhangjiajie Forest Park.

Day 4 – Zhangjiajie (B L D): After breakfast, ascend Tianzi Mountain by cable car to view spectacular stone peaks, waterfalls and springs. The sea of clouds, the wave-like stone ranges, the snowscape in the winter and the sunrise are the most spectacular views. Continue to Yuanjiajie, a naturally formed mountain plateau surrounded by higher summits which are divided by deep valleys. View the Mihun Stage and the “No. 1 Bridge in the World”, and descend from the mountain in the Hundred Dragon Elevator Ride, the only cliff sightseeing elevator in the world.

Day 5 – Zhangjiajie (B L D): After breakfast, visit Dragon King Cave, one of the largest and oldest caves in China, known for many natural rock formations.  After that, go to Zhangjiajie Forest Park to visit Jinbian Creek, Shuiraosimen and Ten Miles Gallery, a beautiful landscape like a Chinese painting. Enjoy a boat ride at Baofeng Lake, an unusual high gorges lake shaped by surrounding mountains into a narrow strip.

Day 6 – Zhangjiajie – Changsha (B L D): After breakfast, visit Junsheng Painting Institute to view Li Junsheng’s remarkable sandstone paintings. Proceed to Changsha to visit the Embroidery Research Institute, where young craftspeople are schooled in the art of traditional embroidery.

Day 7 – Changsha – Kuala Lumpur (B): After breakfast visit the Xiangjiang River Scenic Belt, then transfer to airport for flight home.

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Japan

Japan - 7D 6N Picturesque Kyushu & Osaka

Day 1 – Arrival – Kansai (Osaka): Upon Arrival at Kansai Airport, transfer to hotel for check in.

Day 2 – Osaka – Kyoto – Beppu (B L D): Enjoy a city tour of Kyoto, Japan’s ancient former capital, including the famous Kiyomizu Temple (or Treetop Temple) which commands an exalted spot on a steep hill, as well as the Heian Shrine, the Golden Temple and Kyoto’s charming cobbled streets. Photo stop at the 16th Century Osaka Castle, possibly the best-preserved castle in Japan. In the evening, proceed to the ferry terminal to embark on the Sunflower Ferry sailing to Beppu. Dinner and overnight on board.

Day 3 – Beppu – Kumamoto (B L D): After breakfast on board, proceed to the Boiling Hells of Beppu, a series of volcanic hot springs linked geo-thermally to Mount Aso,  the largest active volcano in Japan. Take a cable car to the lip of Mount Aso’s active crater, 1592m above sea level, to look into the mouth of the volcano, steaming with white smoke and surrounded by lava (subject to weather conditions). Proceed to Kumamoto and check into Hotel.

Day 4 – Kumamoto – Nagasaki (B L D): Board a ferry from Kumamoto to Shimabara for a Nagasaki City Tour. The highlight is the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, to learn about the history of this tragic event – from the devastating scene of the attack to the reconstruction of Nagasaki up to the present day – and the history of nuclear weapons development. This is followed by a walking tour of the Nagasaki Peace Park, which commemorates the atomic bombing of the city in 1945, to see the massive Peace Statue and other memorials. Visit the romantic hilltop Glover Garden, which commands a stunning view of Nagasaki Harbour, to savour the atmosphere of a 19th Century foreign settlement and view the mansions of former western residents.

Day 5 – Nagasaki – Fukuoka (B): Today’s Fukuoka City Tour includes entrance to the impressive Daizaifu Shrine, passing through its torii gate to a pond built in the shape of the Japanese character for “heart”. Proceed for shopping and trying local food at Tenjin Shopping district and Canal City Hakata, a huge shopping and entertainment complex with an artificial canal running through it.

Day 6 – Fukuoka – Osaka (B): After breakfast, transfer to Fukuoka Airport for flight back to Osaka. Proceed for shopping and trying local street food at Shisabashi and Umeda Underground Shopping Street. Check into hotel then free at leisure to explore the food capital of Japan.

Day 7 – Osaka – Transfer Out (B): After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight home.

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Japan - 7D 5N Chubu Scenic Delights & Osaka

Day 1 – Depart for Kansai (Osaka): Upon Arrival at Kansai Airport, transfer to hotel for check in.

Day 2 – Osaka – Kyoto – Gifu Kyoto tour (B L D): Enjoy a city tour of Japan’s ancient former capital, including the famous Kiyomizu Temple (or Treetop Temple) which commands an exalted spot on a steep hill, as well as the Heian Shrine, the Golden Temple and Kyoto’s charming cobbled streets. Proceed to Gifu and check into Hotel.

Day 3 – Gifu – Shirakawa-go – Takayama – Kanazawa (B L D): Drive to Shirakawo-go to visit the  exquisite Gassho-style farmhouses dotting the Omigachi Village, a preserved rural community nestled in a valley with the Japan Alps in the background. Next, the Takayama City Tour includes Takayama Jinya, Takayama’s government office during the Edo Period, where you can feel the pulse of 18th Century life as you pass through the building. Spend time at Takayama Old Town’s Sannomachi, a beautifully preserved alley lined with traditional craft shops, Japanese-style inns, sake breweries with the distinctive “sugi-tama” ball hung over their entrance, antique shops and more. Proceed to Kanazawa and check into hotel.

Day 4 – Kanazawa – Osaka (B L): Your Kanazawa City Tour starts with a visit to Kenrokuen Gardens, classified as one of Japan’s “3 most beautiful landscape gardens” and arguably the best of them all. Proceed to Tojinbo, which features magnificent pillar-shaped rocks created by sea erosion, and continue to Eihei Temple. Transfer back to Osaka for free time at the famous  Shisabashi shopping district. It combines top designer labels, chain retail stores, trendy boutiques and department stores and excellent street food.

Day 5 – Osaka (B): Photo stop at the 16th Century  Osaka Castle, possibly the best-preserved castle in Japan. Proceed for shopping and trying local street food at Shisabashi and Umeda Underground Shopping Street. Free at leisure to explore the food capital of Japan.

Day 6 – Osaka (B): Free at leisure to explore the many attractions of Japan’s 3rd largest city.

Day 7 – Osaka – Transfer Out (B): Transfer to airport for flight home.

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Japan - 7D 6N Scenic Hokkaido & Osaka

Day 1 – Arrival – Osaka: Upon Arrival at Kansai Airport, transfer to hotel for check in.

Day 2 – Osaka – Chitose – Furano – Sapporo (B L D): After breakfast, transfer to airport for domestic flight to Chitose. Upon arrival, proceed to Tomita Farm, Japan’s most popular lavender viewing destination, to enjoy the rainbow fields of lavender and other decorative plants and flowers. Dinner and overnight in Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido.

Day 3 – Sapporo – Otaru – Sapporo (B D): After breakfast, proceed to Otaru. You will be visiting the Kitaichi Glass Emporium and the Otaru Music Box Museum, followed by a walking tour of the Otaru Canal. Enjoy specially brewed coffee at the Otaru Coffee House.

Day 4 – Sapporo (B L): After breakfast, enjoy a morning tour which passes by the Clock Tower and TV Tower, then continues to Nijo Market for shopping. After that, take a walking tour of the extensive Odori Park & spend time at the Tanukkikoji Arcade, Sapporo’s most popular shopping and entertainment street. An evening tour continues to Ramen Street, the home of ramen noodles, Sapporo’s most famous dish.

Day 5 – Sapporo (B): After breakfast, free at leisure to explore Sapporo, shop for souvenirs and try Hokkaido’s delicious food.

Day 6 – Sapporo – Chitose – Osaka (B): After breakfast, transfer back to Osaka via domestic flight. Free at leisure to explore Japan’s food capital and 3rd largest city.

Day 7 Kansai – Kuala Lumpur (B): After breakfast, transfer to Kansai Airport for flight home.

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Korea

Korea - 5D 4N Korea Breakaway

Day 1 – Kuala Lumpur – Incheon: Upon arrival at Incheon International Airport, transfer to hotel for check in.

Day 2 – Incheon – Mt Sorak (B L D): Visit Nami Island, the filming location of the blockbuster TV series “Winter Sonata”. Take a leisurely walk along beautiful tree‐lined paths, surrounded by enchanting scenery. See statues of the show’s two main characters and drop by one of the cafes and souvenirs stores in the island. Continue to Mt Sorak National Park to visit Sinhung Temple and Kwengumseong Fortress by cable car. Conclude tour with a visit to Daepohang Fish Market and return to Mt Sorak for overnight.

Day 3 – Mt Sorak – Everland – Seoul (B D):After breakfast, enjoy a fun-filled visit to Everland, Korea’s largest theme park and water park, and use your Free Pass Ticket for the attractions and rides. Proceed to Seoul for shopping at Dongdaemun Market, Korea’s largest retail and wholesale clothing market, which has grown to include more than 20 malls offering a full range of fashion items at inexpensive prices. Dinner & overnight in Seoul.

Day 4 – Seoul (B L D): After breakfast, proceed for a Seoul city tour to witness the “Changing of the Guard” at Gyeongbokgung, the largest of the Five Grand Palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. Drive past the Blue House, residence of the President, then visit the National Folk Museum, as well as an Amethyst Centre where you can purchase these semi-precious symbols of prosperity and good fortune, the National Ginseng Centre, a leading cosmetics shop and a cordyceps shop. In the afternoon, experience Kimchi making and try on a Hanbok (Korea’s national costume) for a photo. Last stop is shopping at local product shop for foodstuffs and souvenirs.

Day 5 – Seoul – Transfer Out: After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight home.

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Korea - 8D 6N Korea Breakaway

Day 1 – Depart for Incheon: Overnight flight from Kuala Lumpur.

Day 2 – Arrive Incheon- Gimpo – Jeju Island (L D): Upon arrival at Incheon International Airport, transfer to Gimpo Airport for a 1 hour domestic flight to Jeju Island, Korea’s most southern region. Jeju is famous for its uniquely shaped volcanic rocks, robust ocean winds and its abundance of women; in ancient times, fishing was the primary livelihood and many men were lost at sea. First, see Dragon Head Rock, a natural lava formation resembling a dragon head created by strong winds and waves over thousands of years. Also experience the Ghost Road, where vehicles can move uphill although their engines are turned off – a truly fascinating optical illusion created by the road’s surroundings!

Day 3 – Jeju Island (B L D): Today’s Jeju Island Tour begins with Jeju’s top attraction – Seongsan Sunrise Peak, an extinct volcanic crater jutting out to the sea.  It’s 30 minutes uphill walk against strong winds to see the crater, but definitely worth it. Also take a stroll up Seopjikoji (Seopji Hill) to visit a lighthouse and view the entire seashore. Your tour also includes horse riding – a great way to admire the island’s natural beauty. After lunch, visit the O’sulloc Tea Museum, to learn about Korean tea culture and purchase tea and tea-related items. Last but not least is Jeju Glass Castle, showcasing glass art from around the world. Marvel at the fantastic concepts, such as a waterfall of water and glass, a mirror maze, and a towering re-creation of the beanstalk from the popular fairy tale.

Day 4 – Jeju – Gimpo – Mt Sorak (B L D): After breakfast, take a domestic flight to Gimpo and transfer to Mt Sorak National Park , a scenic region with lush mountains and high granite peaks. Hop onto a cable car to enjoy great views of the whole park or visit the ruins of Kwengumseong Fortress. Descend steep roads to a unique Buddhist temple by the sea and feel as if you are at the end of the Earth. Spend free time at the bustling Daepohang Fish Market where and taste a variety of fresh and unique seafood like seasoned squid and long leged crabs. Dinner and overnight at Mt Sorak.

Day 5 – Mt Sorak – Suwon (B L D): Drive to Suwon to tour the Hwacheong Fortress, an incredible 18th Century fortification over 5.5km long which encloses much of central Suwon. You’ll need a half day just to grasp the scale of this massive structure. Follow up with shopping at Korea’s first premium designer outlet, Yeoju Premium Outlets, and take advantage of the year-round discounts of 25-65% or more on over 140 popular luxury brands.

Day 6 – Suwon – Seoul (B L D): After breakfast, proceed for a Seoul city tour to witness the “Changing of the Guard” at Gyeongbokgung, the largest of the Five Grand Palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. Get in touch with Korean culture with kimchi-making, guided by a professional instructor, and put on a Hanbok (Korea’s national costume) for a photo. Visit a famous Cosmetic Centre where you can find virtually every Korean cosmetic brand. Stop by the Hoganbo Centre and learn about a famed Korean health product. After dinner, shop at the famous Dongdaemun Market, Korea’s largest retail and wholesale clothing market, which has grown to include more than 20 malls offering a full range of fashion items at inexpensive prices.

Day 7 – Seoul (B L): After breakfast, make photo stop at the unique Chengyecheong Stream lying more than 15 ft beneath the bustling streets of Seoul. This quiet sanctuary has small waterfalls and many overhead bridges. Visit an Amethyst Centre, where you can purchase these semi-precious symbols of prosperity and good fortune, as well as the National Ginseng Centre. Transfer to Myeong-dong Market, a popular shopping district with department stores (Lotte and Shinsegae), shopping malls, hundreds of clothing and cosmetics shops at every corner, and stalls offering tasty street food.

Day 8 – Seoul – Transfer Out (B): For earlier departures, transfer to the airport after breakfast. For later departures, free time before transfer to the airport.

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Korea - 6D 4N Timeless Korea Winter Discovery

Day 1 – Depart for Incheon: Overnight flight from Kuala Lumpur.

Day 2 – Arrive Incheon – Lotte world – Mount Sorak (D): Upon arrival, Delight in 5 hours of fun at Lotte World, Korea’s largest indoor theme park encompassing an Adventure Park, Magic Land and a shopping mall. The huge recreation complex also includes an ice rink and monorail. Enjoy various parades and say hi to costumed characters who wander around. Get in touch with Korean culture with kimchi-making, guided by a professional instructor, and put on a Hanbok (Korea’s national costume) for a photo. Transfer to  Mt Sorak for overnight.

Day 3 – Mount Sorak – Ski Resort (B L): After breakfast, visit Mt Sorak National Park, a scenic region with lush mountains and high granite peaks. Hop onto a cable car to enjoy great views of the whole park or visit the ruins of Kwengumseong Fortress. After lunch, enjoy skiing on the snow slopes. Novices will have a fabulous experience with the resort’s wide and long beginners slope (Note: Ski equipment & ski suits are excluded. RM150 per person to pre‐book). Non-skiers can have fun in the snow or enjoy other recreational activities such as the Lake Park, shopping and games arcades. Overnight in condominium-style accommodation directly connected to the ski slopes.

Day 4 – Ski Resort – Nami Island- Seoul (B L D): Wake up to a beautiful white landscape with snow‐covered peaks. After breakfast, take a boat to romantic Nami Island, the filming location of the blockbuster TV series “Winter Sonata”. Take a leisurely walk along beautiful tree‐lines paths, surrounded by enchanting scenery. See statues of the show’s two main characters and drop by one of the cafes and souvenirs stores in the island. Later, visit a famous Cosmetic Centre where you can find virtually every Korean cosmetic brand, and stop by the Hoganbo Centre to learn about a famed Korean health product. After dinner, shop at Dongdaemun Market, Korea’s largest retail and wholesale clothing market, which has grown to include more than 20 malls offering a full range of fashion items at inexpensive prices.

Day 5 – Seoul (B L): After breakfast, visit an Amethyst Centre where you can purchase these semi-precious symbols of prosperity and good fortune, follow by the National Ginseng Centre. After lunch, witness the “Changing of the Guard” at Gyeongbokgung, the largest of the Five Grand Palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. Proceed to the National Folk Museum, followed by a photo stop at the Blue House, official residence of the President. Transfer to Myeong-dong Market, a popular shopping district with department stores (Lotte and Shinsegae), shopping malls, hundreds of clothing and cosmetics shops at every corner, and stalls offering tasty street food. Feast your eyes and ears on the sensational ‘Drum Cats’ ‐ an all‐female percussion group whose superb skills in high‐speed drumming, unique rhythmical styling have astounded audiences around the world.

Day 6 – Seoul – Transfer Out (B): After breakfast, visit a local product shop to purchase souvenirs and local foodstuffs, then transfer to the airport for the flight home.

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Korea - 8D 6N Fascinating Korea With Jeju Island

Day 1 – Depart for Incheon: Overnight flight from Kuala Lumpur.

Day 2 – Arrive Incheon – Gimpo – Jeju Island (L D): Upon arrival at Incheon International Airport, transfer to Gimpo Airport for a 1 hour domestic flight to Jeju Island, Korea’s most southern region. Jeju is famous for its uniquely shaped volcanic rocks, robust ocean winds and its abundance of women; in ancient times, fishing was the primary livelihood and many men were lost at sea. First, see Dragon Head Rock, a natural lava formation resembling a dragon head created by strong winds and waves over thousands of years. Also experience the Ghost Road, where vehicles can move uphill although their engines are turned off – a truly fascinating optical illusion created by the road’s surroundings!

Day 3 – Jeju Island (B L D): Today’s Jeju Island Tour begins with Jeju’s top attraction – Seongsan Sunrise Peak, an extinct volcanic crater jutting out to the sea.  It’s 30 minutes uphill walk against strong winds to see the crater, but definitely worth it. Visit the O’sulloc Tea Museum, to learn about Korean tea culture and purchase tea and tea-related items, followed by “Ripley’s Believe it or Not”, a massive exhibit of the bizarre and exotic from around the world. The last stop is the Chocolate Museum, whose three floors houses a gallery, a theater, a café, a workshop, and a chocolate store. The most popular exhibits are the chocolate gallery and the workshop showing the chocolate-making process.

Day 4 – Jeju – Seoul (B L D): After breakfast, take a domestic flight to Gimpo Airport for a City Tour of Seoul. Witness the “Changing of the Guard” at Gyeongbokgung, the largest of the Five Grand Palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. Next, Seoul’s Ice Gallery contains sculpted ice replicas of famous landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and the Statue of Liberty. The ice bathroom makes for an outlandish photo opportunity. After lunch, take a boat to romantic Nami Island, the filming location of the blockbuster TV series “Winter Sonata”. Take a leisurely walk along beautiful tree‐lines paths, surrounded by enchanting scenery. See statues of the show’s two main characters and drop by one of the cafes and souvenirs stores in the island.

Day 5 – Seoul – Mt. Sorak – Samcheok (B L D): After breakfast, transfer to Mt Sorak National Park, a scenic region with lush mountains and high granite peaks. Hop onto a cable car to enjoy great views of the whole park or visit the ruins of Kwengumseong Fortress. After lunch, descend steep roads to the Samcheok Ocean Railbike, a self-propelled, four-wheel railroad that gives riders an intimate look at the area’s seaside splendour. Proceed to Janghohang Fishing Village to enjoy a beautiful coastline, a white sandy beach, interesting rock formations, and a fish market where you can buy tasty seafood dishes from the vendors. Dinner and overnight at Mount Sorak.

Day 6 – Mt. Sorak – LotteWorld – Seoul (B D): In the morning, transfer to Seoul and delight in 5 hours of fun at Lotte World, Korea’s largest indoor theme park encompassing an Adventure Park, Magic Land and a shopping mall. The huge recreation complex also includes an ice rink and monorail. Enjoy various parades and say hi to costumed characters who wander around. Dinner and overnight in Seoul.

Day – 7 Seoul (B L): Today’s City Tour of Seoul starts with the Digital Pavilion, a venue to see and experience the latest in Korea’s IT technology. The futuristic building contains 4 sections – The Innovation Hall, Exploration Hall, Imagination Hall and Inspiration Hall – where visitors can touch and interact with the exhibits. visit an Amethyst Centre where you can purchase these semi-precious symbols of prosperity and good fortune, follow by the National Ginseng Centre. Myeong-dong Market, a popular shopping district with department stores (Lotte and Shinsegae), shopping malls, hundreds of clothing and cosmetics shops at every corner, and stalls offering tasty street food. Be entertained by a drawing show which showcases the mind-blowing skills of several artists working in tandem to produce a “masterpiece” beyond your imagination. This interactive experience, enhanced with special effects and musical rhythms, promises plenty of laughter and excitement.

Day 8 – Seoul – Transfer Out (B): For earlier departures, transfer to the airport after breakfast. For later departures, free at leisure before transfer to the airport.

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Taiwan

Taiwan - 6D 5N Beautiful Taiwan - Taipei To Kaoshiung

Day 1 – KL – Kaihsiung (D): Upon arrival in Kaohsiung, enjoy a light supper in the bus and check-in to hotel.

Day 2 – Kaohsiung – Jiayi (B L D): After breakfast, visit West Bay, Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple and The British Consulate at Takao. Continue visit to Tainan Chihkan Tower and Anping Fort. Proceed to Jiayi for dinner and overnight.

Day 3 – Jiayi – Nantou (B L D): After breakfast, visit the spectacular Alishan National Forest Recreation Area, a range of rugged 2,500 m peaks from where you can see Taiwan’s highest mountain, the 3,952 m Yaoshan. Proceed to Taiyi Ecological Leisure Farm, check-in to the newly built Red Maple Boutique Hotel and enjoy the famous flower cuisine for dinner.

Day 4 – Nantou – Taipei (B L D): After breakfast, board the Sun Moon Lake cruise to enjoy the magnificent view. Sun Moon Lake is the largest lake in Taiwan and home to the Thao aboriginal community. Proceed to Taipei, visit Wenwu Temple and the National Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall, then take a walking tour to Ximending, the dining, shopping and entertainment heart of Taipei.

Day 5 – Taipei (B D): After breakfast, visit the Martyr’s Shrine and proceed to Chiufen, a historic hill-town and former gold mining centre, for a walking and shopping tour of Chiufen Old Street. In the late afternoon, take a walking tour to Taipei 101 Mall and Raohe Street Night Market.

Day 6 – Taipei – Transfer Out (B): After breakfast, transfer to airport for flight home.

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Taiwan - 7D 6N West Taiwan - Theme Park & Leisure Farm

Day 1 – KL – Taoyuan: Upon arrival at Taoyuan, check-in to hotel.

Day 2 – Taoyuan – Miaoli (B D): After breakfast, drive to Leofoo Theme Park and Safari, to have fun on the rides for all ages and enjoy fascinating wild animal encounters. Then check in to Flying Cow Ranch for more recreation activities. Dinner and overnight at the ranch.

Day 3 – Miaoli – Nantou (B L D): After breakfast, proceed to Cingjing and visit Carton King, an entire world made of cardboard and corrugated paper. Lunch at Carton King Creative Restaurant. Visit Cingling’s shopping street and Swiss Garden, to enjoy the Northern European atmosphere of Taiwan’s Little Switzerland. Proceed to Taiyi Ecological Leisure Farm, check-in to the newly built Red Maple Boutique Hotel and enjoy the famous flower cuisine for dinner.

Day 4 – Namtou – Taichung (B L): After breakfast, board the Sun Moon Lake cruise to enjoy the magnificent view. Sun Moon Lake is the largest lake in Taiwan and home to the Thao aboriginal community. Lunch is served at the famous Grandma Mushroom Tea Egg outlet at the lakeside. Visit Yida Shao Wharf shopping street and the Aboriginal Product Centre, followed by the famous Wenwu Temple. Proceed to Taichung to visit the bustling Fengjia Night Market, then check into hotel for overnight.

Day 5 – Taichung – Taipei (B D): After breakfast, try your hand at cake making at the Vigor Kobo Pineapple Cake Factory, then proceed to  Chiufen, a historic hill-town and former gold mining centre, for a walking and shopping tour of Chiufen Old Street. Explore the natural rock formations at Yehliu National Geographic Park, followed by a visit to DFS Korea Cosmetic. In the evening, ride the MRT through Taipei to Ximending, the dining, shopping and entertainment heart of Taipei. Overnight in Taipei.

Day 6 – Taipei – Taoyuan (B L D): After breakfast, visit the Yuanshan Scenic Area and the Pixiu Jade Centre, followed by the Martyr’s Shrine. Enjoy shopping at the famous Taipei 101 Mall and the Blood Circulation Bracelet Centre. In the evening, take a walking tour of Shihlin Night Market, the biggest and best in Taipei, to savour the local delicacies. Transfer to Taoyuan for overnight.

Day 7 – Taoyuan – KL (B): After breakfast, transfer to airport for departure flight.

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Taiwan - 5D 4N Leisure Heaven In & Around Taipei

Day 1 – KL – Taoyuan: Upon arrival at Taoyuan, check-in to hotel then free at own leisure to explore the city.

Day 2 – Taoyuan – Yilan (B D): After breakfast,  try your hand at cake making at the Vigor Kobo Pineapple Cake Factory, then proceed to  Chiufen, a historic hill-town and former gold mining centre, for a walking and shopping tour of Chiufen Old Street. In the evening enjoy lantern lighting at Shifen Old Street. Overnight in Yilan.

Day 3 – Yilan – Taipei (B L D): After breakfast, visit Yilan’s  National Centre for Traditional Arts. Experience an invigorating fish foot spa, then visit the Aboriginal Product Centre.  After lunch, enjoy shopping at the famous Taipei 101 Mall and the Blood Circulation Bracelet Centre. In the evening, take a walking tour to to Ximending, the dining, shopping and entertainment heart of Taipei. Overnight in Taipei.

Day 4 – Taipei – Taoyuan (B L): After breakfast, visit Taipei’s most famous landmark, the Grand Hotel, followed by the Martyr’s Shrine and the Pixiu Jade Centre. After lunch, enjoy the floor-shaking 4D movie about China’s greatest philosopher in the 4D Confucian Theater, then proceed for shopping at DFS Korean Cosmetic. In the evening, take a walking tour of Shihlin Night Market, the biggest and best in Taipei, to savour the local delicacies. Transfer to Taoyuan for overnight.

Day 5 – Taoyuan – KL (B): After breakfast, transfer to airport for departure flight.

Valid until December 2017.

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    • Sightseeing arrangements in the itinerary are subject to change or reverse according to time, traffic, weather conditions, etc., as determined by the local ground operator.

    • Tour prices, departure dates and timings are not guaranteed. Neither SUNTRAVEL nor the carrier concerned will accept liability for flight cancellations, delays or diversions that are not within their control.

    • Airport tax is subject to change without prior notice. Any increase in airport tax will be passed on to the client at cost.

    • A service charge will be imposed for any amendments to the name, alterations to the routes or change of dates on the issued air tickets or for reissue of air tickets.

    • Replacement of passengers is subject to airlines’ seat availability and a handling fee will be imposed for each replacement passenger.

    • Flight deviations are subject to airline conditions, ticket validity and seat availability. A handling fee will be imposed, which varies according to airline.

    • Cancellation fees will be imposed accordingly when tour members wish to cancel their tour (see Small Print). However, SUNTRAVEL reserves the right to cancel or withdraw at any time bookings made due to insufficient group size, in which case any monies paid toward booking fees shall be refunded in full.
Tour Price Includes: 
    • Airfare to and from Kuala Lumpur (unless otherwise indicated in the tour description, e.g. “Ex Singapore”, “Ex Kuching” or “Ground Only – Airfare Not Included”)

    • Accommodation

    • Meals as indicated (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)

    • All transfers at destination (unless otherwise indicated in the tour description)
Tour Price Does Not Include
    • Additional baggage charges

    • Fuel surcharges

    • Visa fees and service and/or courier charges for visa processing

    • Tipping for local guide, driver and tour leader