A city that never sleeps, Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is a modern-day melting pot of contrasting cultures and faiths. Here, towering skyscrapers stand in harmony next to temples and monasteries. The luxury malls and shopping centres compete with the street bazaars and floating markets. Cuisines – both Thai and from around the world are showcased in all their glory on the streets as well as in rooftop restaurants. The nightlife of Bangkok, on the one hand, revolves around flashy nightclubs, rooftop and go-go bars, bright neon light signs and cheap drinks. While on the other, it also includes cabaret shows, muay thai and dance exhibitions and even cultural walking tours. Sites like the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Phra Kaew showcase the city’s rich history, while the likes of museums such as Art in Paradise and parks such as the Sea Life Ocean World cater to those seeking modern-day experiences
4 Days & 3 Nights Splendid Kathmandu2020-07-15T04:00:03+08:00
Kathmandu, the city of peace, lives true to this description. The city is charming, busy, bustling, serene, alive and asleep – all at once. The capital of Nepal, Kathmandu is the most accessible city in the country – it is Nepal’s only metropolitan city as well. From buying trekking equipment in Thamel or taking a rickshaw ride through traffic-packed alleys of the old part of the city or simply visiting the fascinating buildings in Durbar Squares, Kathmandu is truly a place filled with warmth.
3 Days & 2 Nights Blissful Singapore2020-07-14T17:56:03+08:00
Best described as a microcosm of modern Asia, Singapore is a melting pot of culture and history, and an extravaganza of culinary delights. Officially known as the Republic of Singapore, it is both a city and a country located in Southeast Asia. One of Asia’s most visited destinations, Singapore is best described as an amalgam of a fast-paced life and an off-the-back-street inheritance.
Genting Highlands Tour2020-07-08T05:19:00+08:00
Located in Pahang, Genting Highlands is a beautiful hill station in Malaysia which is only an hour’s drive away from Kuala Lumpur. Dubbed as the “City of Entertainment” is renowned for its spirited nightlife, luxury hotels, huge shopping complexes and world-class casinos.
3 Days 2 Nights Kundasang2020-07-08T04:53:55+08:00
Kundasang is a town in the district of Ranau in Sabah, Malaysia that lies along the bank of Kundasang Valley. It is located about 6 kilometres away from Kinabalu National Park, 12 kilometres from Ranau town and is renowned for its vegetable market which is open seven days a week.
3 Days 2 Nights Kuching2020-07-08T04:32:57+08:00
The state capital of Sarawak and the largest city on the island of Borneo, Kuching is a bustling, diverse city which has old colonial buildings and modern towers and houses. With the Sarawak River on one side, the city has street food vendors and locals selling handicrafts and paintings. It has 19th century landmarks like The Astana (former palace of White Rajas) and Fort Margherita along with wildlife sanctuaries with rich flora and fauna.
4 Days 3 Nights Penang2020-07-07T07:58:59+08:00
Penang is located in Malaysia, and consists of two main parts. One is Penang Island, which also includes the city’s capital George Town. The other is Seberang Perai. Penang has been dubbed The Pearl of The Orient as well as The Silicon Valley of The East. It is commercially progressive and is an industrialised state with a thriving economy.
Located in Malaysia, Putrajaya also referred to as the Federal Territory of Putrajaya is a city situated towards the south of Kuala Lumpur. Putrajaya is known for its well built late 20th-century architecture of the Putrajaya Mosque and Iranian style architecture of the Putra Bridge which overlooks the famous man-made Putrajaya Lake.
3 Days 2 Nights Kuala Lumpur2020-07-07T04:44:54+08:00
Kuala Lumpur (called simply KL by locals) is the most popular city of the multi cultural country, Malaysia. With skyscrapers on one side and shopping malls on the other, Kuala Lumpur has its own night life. It is an enclave within the state of Selangor.
Kuala Lumpur is famous for its street foods all over the world, the street food of KL is a vibrant mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Thai and Arabian and that is what makes it special, what else can you ask for. The use of spices and ingredients used in the dishes is just mind blowing. Also, Kuala Lumpur is different from other Asian countries in terms of night life and shopping. By 22:00, the nightlife scene in Kuala Lumpur comes alive, with alcoholic offerings, and talented DJs spinning dance-worthy tunes until the wee hours of morning, whereas malls such as Pavilion KL and Suria KLCC home to international brands and shopping centres like Low Yat Plaza and Berjaya Times Square are great places to spend your ringgit on tech-related products. Local people in Kuala Lumpur are very helpful for travelers.