Don’t Miss Out! Your Vacation Guide to Singapore, Indonesia & The Philippines

Don’t Miss Out! Your Vacation Guide to Singapore, Indonesia & The Philippines

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the Philippines.
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Singapore Sightseeing:
Night Safari Tour: (Priority Tram Lane)
Nocturnal animals are constantly seen on the prowl during
this safari through the rainforest. Clients first take an easy tram ride
through the East and West Loops to scan for specimens before taking an up-close
and personal look at the animals on the walking trail.
Singapore River Cruise:
trace the journey of Singapore and its rising
fortunes from an obscure fishing village to a bustling trade port onboard
bumboats. They will gain a feel for both the lives of early settlers who
migrated from all parts of the world and future generations who shaped the
country into its modern-day status. The journey culminates with a fascinating
story explaining Singapore's ever changing cultural landscape.
Sentosa Tranquility:
You will spend time at S.E.A. Aquarium, Madame
Tussauds, and IOS Live before proceeding to 4D Adventureland for a showing of
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island and a thrilling ride on the Extreme Log
Ride. Afterwards, they visit Tiger Sky Tower and its breath-taking 360 degree
views of the island. Clients end the night at Wings of Time, a dazzling
display of water, laser, and fire effects set to majestic music and a
panorama of breath-taking vistas.
Singapore hotels we recommend:
Hotel
Fairmont Singapore
Marina Bay Sands
Raffles Hotel
Grand Hyatt Singapore
Regent Singapore, A Four Seasons Hotel

Bali Sightseeing:
Bali Horse Riding:
After a quick safety briefing, it's on to a memorable
horseback riding experience along Saba beach. Pass by Pura Segara
Wilis temple, they may be able to see Nusa Penida Island and the silhouette
of the great volcano Gunung Agung on a clear day. Continuing their relaxing
ride along the beach, travelers will pass through bamboo and alang-alang
plantations where wild banana trees thrive and various kinds of birds soar.
Bali Adventure White Water
Rafting:
Raised heart rates? That would be an understatement.
Travelers strap up their boots as they prepare to rage with this exhilarating
adventure down the Ayung River. Whether they are a rafting veteran or novice,
5 or 75 years old, this adventure is safe and fun for the entire family as
they experience the island's most scenic river in the most thrilling way.
Jungle Trekking:
Make your way into the tropical mountain
rainforest, near the small lake village of Bedugul, where flora and fauna
thrive. After experiencing the calm lake waters in a traditional dugout
canoe, they trek into the heart of Balinese nature. Along with its undisturbed
natural beauty and perfect photogenic scenery come a mixture of animals and
various species of birds.

Ubud Sightseeing:
Bali Taro ATV Adventure:
Thrill-seekers meet country-lovers during this adventure
around the Balinese village of Taro. A professional local guide accompanies
travelers for the full two and a half hour off-road ATV ride. After riding
through villages, plantations, jungle, river, and rice paddies, a break is
taken for a quick snack and a fantastic picture-perfect view of the jungle.
Bedugal and Tanah Lot:
Travelers begin at the state temple of Taman Ayun, or
'beautiful garden', built on a plateau surrounded by ponds. After a stop at
Pura Ulun Danu and a pit stop in Monkey Forest, it's on to the ultimate
destination of Tanah Lot. Pura Tanah Lot is a small rock formation surrounded
completely by the blue water of Bali Sea. Its gorgeous setting is a place of
pilgrimage and perfect for watching the sunset.
Bali Adventure Mountain Cycling:
Travelers wind down ten miles of lush valleys through
Balinese villages, past century old temples and rich green rice fields.
Accompanying guides explain the vast history of the land, culture, and its
people to the cyclists. Continue with the cultural experience of the ride by
sampling various exotic fruits and spices along the trail before riding
through Taro forest to end the day with lunch at the Elephant Safari Park.
Indonesia hotels we recommend:
Banyan Tree Ungasan (Bali)
Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua (Bali)
Kamandalu Ubud (Bali)
Alila Villas Soori (Bali)
Hanging Gardens of Bali (Bali)
Kupu Kupu Barong Villas & Tree Spa (Kedewatan)

Manila Sightseeing:
Corregidor Tour:
Corregidor Island sits on the edge of Manila Bay,
well-positioned to defend the bay and Manila from invading forces, such as
the Japanese soldiers during World War II. Dubbed the 'Gibraltar of the
Pacific' during the war, guided tour begins immediately after
boarding a 'tranvia' bus on Corregidor. Tourists move all around the island to
see famous landmarks such as the Mile Long Barracks, MacArthur Park, and the
Pacific War Memorial.
Subic Bay Day Tour:
Learn how to survive in the jungle, start a fire without
matches, and to cook rice by using bamboo. All are possible for clients at
Subic Bay where instructors who have previously trained US Special Forces and
Navy Seals teach various survival techniques. Make a stop at the Butterfly
Garden before heading to your final attraction: either a "Zoobic
Safari" or the "Ocean Adventure".
Pagsanjan Tour:
After tourists pass through coconut, pineapple, and
sugarcane plantations, it's on to the famous Pagsanjan Falls. An exciting
canoe ride upstream by trained boatmen prepares your clients for the thrill
of "Shooting the Rapids". For more risk-averse individuals, another
option is to ride on a bamboo raft which takes them about 300 feet under the
high falls for the exploration of the cave behind it. A delicious native
lunch will be served after the boat ride.

Boracay Sightseeing:
Helmet Diving:
If travelers aren't 'all in' for scuba diving, this unique
adventure may be right up their alley. This adventure allows tourists to see
the beautiful underwater life that Boracay has to offer with the comfort of a
full helmet - not mask - of air. Dive to the sandy ocean depths and walk on
them with as much ease as you would your kitchen floor while getting a
glimpse of tropical sealife.
Cliff Diving at Ariel's Point:
Diving boards at Ariel's Point range from 10 feet to 50
feet above the water. Take a deep breath, step forward, and plunge into the
depths of the clear, blue water for the thrill of a lifetime. For those with
no interest in jumping, there is a bamboo ladder to climb down and a floating
dock to rest on in the water.
Mermaid Swimming:
'The Little Mermaid' is a Disney classic that chronicles
the story of Princess Ariel and her affinity for Prince Eric. Do travelers
want to swim like Ariel? This is possible through classes and basic mermaid
swimming lessons on the island. Once learning the basics, it's on to deeper
water and more advanced training like self-rescue exercises, advanced
breath-holding techniques, and underwater performance courses.
Philippines hotels
we recommend:Hotel
Shangri-La's Boracay Resort & Spa (Boracay)
Makati Shangri-La Manila (Manila)
Sheridan Beach Resort & Spa (Palawan)
Shangri-La's Mactan Resort & Spa (Cebu)
New World Makati Hotel (Manila)
Discover Primea (Manila)
Sofitel Philippines Plaza (Manila)

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You will visit the following 5 places:

Manila

Manila

Manila is the capital of the Philippines. It is the home to extensive commerce and seats the executive and judicial branches of the Filipino government. It also contains vast amount of significant architectural and cultural landmarks in the country. The City of Manila Dubbed as ''Queen City of The Pacific'' by The Bay, and due to the central location in the Pacific sea trade routes, the city received the moniker of the "Pearl of the Orient".

Boracay Island

Boracay Island

Boracay is an island of the Philippines located approximately 315 km (200 miles) south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. In 1990, it was voted by the BMW Tropical Beach Handbook as one of the best beaches in the world and again in 1996 by British publication TV Quick as the world's number one tropical beach. The island comprises the barangays of Manoc-Manoc, Balabag, and Yapak (3 of the 17 barangays which make up the municipality of Malay), and is under the administrative control of the Philippine Tourism Authority in coordination with the Provincial Government of Aklan.

Chatime Mall Bali Galeria

Chatime Mall Bali Galeria

Singapore

Singapore

Kabupaten Gianyar

Kabupaten Gianyar

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