DEPART: 26 DECEMBER 2023
OPTIONAL EXTRA: TRAVEL INSURANCE – R490 PER PERSON [ SUBJECT TO MINIMUM 10 PASSENGERS PURCHASING THE INSURANCE POLICY]
RETURN: 03 JANUARY 2024
Upgrade available: Upgrade to Pullman City Centre Residence in Kuala – R4500 PP
Upgrade to outpost hotel Sentosa – R1500 PP
Terms and Conditions Apply. Pricing is provisional and depends on availability at the time of booking.
LIMITED SEATS AVAILABLE!
PACKAGE COST PER ADULT = R28,990
COST PER CHILD UNDER 5 = R22,990
|Flight No||DATE||DEPART||ARRIVE||DEPARTURE TIME||ARRIVAL TIME||BAGGAGE|
|SQ 479||26 DEC||JOHANNESBURG||SINGAPORE||13:45||06:10||2PC|
|SQ 106||27 DEC||SINGAPORE||KUALA LUMPUR||08:30||09:30||2PC|
|SQ 113||02 JAN||KUALA LUMPUR||SINGAPORE||14:30||15:35||2PC|
|SQ 478||05 JAN||SINGAPORE||JOHANNESBURG||01:30||06:10||2PC|
Singapore and Kuala Lumpur are two vibrant cities in Southeast Asia that offer a plethora of tourist attractions. In Singapore, visitors can explore the iconic Marina Bay Sands complex, which boasts a stunning rooftop infinity pool and offers panoramic views of the city skyline. The Gardens by the Bay is another must-visit destination, featuring futuristic Supertrees and beautiful flower domes. For a taste of history and culture, tourists can venture to Chinatown with its colorful streets, bustling markets, and traditional temples. Singapore’s Sentosa Island is a popular leisure destination, offering attractions like Universal Studios, Adventure Cove Waterpark, and the S.E.A. Aquarium.
Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, also has its fair share of attractions. The Petronas Twin Towers, the city’s iconic landmark, impresses with its magnificent architecture and observation deck. The Batu Caves, just outside the city, is a famous Hindu shrine nestled within limestone caves and adorned with colorful statues. The vibrant and bustling street of Jalan Alor offers an array of mouthwatering street food, allowing visitors to savor the diverse flavors of Malaysian cuisine. Kuala Lumpur also offers shopping enthusiasts a paradise at Bukit Bintang, with its countless malls and retail outlets. Both Singapore and Kuala Lumpur provide a blend of modernity, cultural heritage, and culinary delights, making them enticing destinations for travelers from around the world.