Von Singapur nach Bangkok

  • Neonlichterdschungel in Singapur
  • Entdecke die Altstadt von Melaka
  • Petronas Towers - Wolkenkratzergiganten in Kuala Lumpur
  • Üppige Teeplantagen der Cameron Highlands
  • Entspannung an Phukets Sandstränden
  • Köstliche Malaysische Küche probieren
  • Hauptstadttreiben in Bangkok
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
  • Einreisebestimmungen

14 Tage Thailand · Malaysia · Singapur

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Entdecke auf dieser eindrucksvollen Reise von Singapur nach Bangkok lebhafte Metropolen, stille Dörfer und wunderschöne Landschaften. Vom beeindruckenden Singapur überquerst du die Grenze nach Malaysia, besichtigst die historischen Stätten in Melaka und die vielfältige Hauptstadt Kuala Lumpur mit den berühmten Petronas Towers. Spaziere durch die üppigen Teeplantagen in den Cameron Highlands und entspanne an den idyllischen weißen Traumstränden von Phuket. Deine Reise endet in Bangkok, wo du dem Großen Tempel einen Besuch abstatten oder nach Souvenirs auf den zahllosen Märkten stöbern kannst.

1. Tag: Singapur
Entdecke die einzigartige Metropole im kleinsten Staat Südostasiens.

2.-3. Tag: Melaka
Die Küstenstadt gehört zum UNESCO Weltkulturerbe. Auf einer Rickscha-Tour entdecken wir die schöne Altstadt mit portugiesischem Einfluss.

4.-5. Tag: Kuala Lumpur
Malaysias Hauptstadt vereint Tradition und Moderne. Schlendere durch ruhige Ecken, bevor es auf einen Ausflug zu den imposanten Zwillingstürmen der Petronas Towers geht. Optional kannst du über den Skywalk laufen und die Aussicht auf die Stadt genießen.

6.-7. Tag: Cameron Highlands
Die Plateauregion ist nicht nur das Hauptanbaugebiet für Gemüse, das Malaysia und Singapur versorgt, sondern auch für seinen Tee bekannt. Erkunde auf einem Ausflug Teeplantagen und den üppigen Dschungel.

8.-9. Tag: Penang
Entdecke, warum Georgetown auf der Insel Penang zum Weltkulturerbe gehört. Streife durch die Stadt, in der sich verschiedene Kulturen sowie Alt und Neu vermischen. Du kannst den buddhistischen Kek Lok Si Tempel besuchen.

10.-12. Tag: Phuket
Wir erreichen Thailands idyllische Insel Phuket. Entspanne an den weißen Stränden, erkunde optional die James Bond Insel Phang Nga Bay oder Ko Phi Phi. Nach dem Besuch des Phra Thong Tempels mit seinem 45m hohen Buddha kannst du dich in das Nachtleben stürzen.

13.-14. Tag: Bangkok
Thailands laute Hauptstadt hat mit ihren Tempeln und den beschaulichen Wasserwegen auch ruhige Ecken zu bieten. Du hast die Möglichkeit, diese Kanäle auf einer Tour zu entdecken, den Großen Palast zu besuchen oder auf dem Nachtmarkt nach Souvenirs zu stöbern.

Leistungen enthalten

  • Südostasien Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterkünfte und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge und Aktivitäten wie beschrieben:
    • Rikscha Citytour durch Melaka
    • Besuch der Petronas Towers (exkl. Eintritt)
    • Ausflug in die Cameron Highlands
    • Spaziergang durch Penang

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Reiseversicherungen
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Visumgebühren
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten

Unterbringung

13x Standard-Hotel

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im halben Doppelzimmer.
Wahlweise ist die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar.

Verpflegung


11x Frühstück

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter

Transportarten

Privatfahrzeug, öffentlicher Bus, Flugzeug

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

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Flughafentransfer

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Optionale Ausflüge / Zusatzleistungen

SINGAPUR
Zoo USD22
Historisches Museum USD10
Botanischer Garten und Nationaler Orchideengarten kostenfrei

MELAKA
Flussfahrt MYR20

KUALA LUMPUR
Eintritt Petronas Towers inkl. Skywalk und Aussichtsdeck MYR 85

CAMERON HIGHLANDS
Kuala Kangsar Stadttour USD30

PENANG
Hügel und Tempel (Kek Lok Si) MYR80 inkl. Guide und Zugticket

PHUKET
Phi Phi & Bamboo Islands BAT1.800
Fantasea Show mit Buffet-Abendessen BAT1.750
James Bond Island BAT1.700
Sea Fishing
White Water Rafting
Siam Niramit Show BAT1.450

Bitte beachte, dass sich die Preise/Aktivitäten jederzeit ändern können.
Day 1 - Arrive Singapore
The first day of your tour is simply an arrival day with no pre-organised activities. In order to allow time to relax and see some of the sights you may wish to add pre-tour accommodation.
Singapore may be small in size, but its larger-than-life attitude and modernisation will ensure your visit here is truly unforgettable. A major international hub, the city will house travellers and business people from all over the world at any given time. You would be forgiven for thinking you should be donned in a suit clutching a briefcase as you lose yourself between the ultra-modern high rise buildings. Like any major city, the shopping is excellent here (although not always cheap). There are many historical and cultural sights to see if you are after an insight into the tradition of this fascinating country. Visit Little India and Chinatown for a glimpse into the old way of life of the city. You may want to don your best travelling garb and try a traditional Singapore Sling at the Long Bar in the famous Raffles Hotel. Steeped in history, this spectacular colonial style hotel is beautiful to see as you make your way to the bar which is more relaxed than you may think as it is a must to throw your peanut shells on the floor! Singapore restaurants are not the cheapest you will come across in South East Asia but if you hit some of the market food stalls or the hawker centres you are sure to delight in an amazing selection of fresh, scrumptious food.

Optional Excursions:
Zoological Gardens – US$22
Singapore History Museum – US$10
Singapore Botanic Gardens and National Orchid Garden – free

Accommodation: Hangout @ Mount Emily or similar

Day 2 to 3 - Melaka
Melaka is one of Malaysia's most popular destinations and was an important trading port several hundred years ago. The historical city centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Portuguese settled here in the 16th century and their influence can be seen in much of the architecture around the city. There are many attractions in Melaka, from temples to churches, and mosques to museums. The destination is famous for its traditional Chinese Nyonya cuisine, which you can sample from one of the traditional Peranakan shop houses.

Included Excursions:
Rickshaw City Tour of Melaka

Optional Excursions:
River cruise from – MYR 20

Meals: 2 Breakfasts

Day 4 to 5 - Kuala Lumpur
We arrive in Malaysia's lively capital, Kuala Lumpur. A major tourist hub, 'KL' (as it is usually referred) is modern, slightly congested, and it offers all the creature comforts of your average major city. High rises abound, shopping is excellent (and one of the city's major attractions) and its bustling day-to-day goings-on provide an insight into Malay business culture. There are many things to do here - both cultural and indulgent. During your time here, why not check out Berjaya Times Square in the Bukit Bintang area, the biggest mall in Asia - where the 8th floor houses a mini theme park consisting of several roller coasters and white-knuckle rides. Your tour leader will show you the tallest twin tower building in the world, the Petronas Towers. If you wish you can choose to ascend to the Skywalk (this is at an optional cost.) There are also many colonial buildings to visit if you feel the need to step back in time and take a break from the modern high rises.

The next day we will visit the Batu Caves, a limestone hill with a number of caves. We will see the Murungan statue and visit the temple here.

Included Excursions:
Visit the Petronas Towers with the tour leader

Optional Excursions:
Entry to Petronas Towers including Skywalk and observation deck – MYR 85

Accomodation: Ancasa Express or similar
Meals: 2 Breakfasts

Day 6 to 7 - Cameron Highlands
Named after William Cameron, a British colonial government surveyor who discovered the plateau during in 1885, the Cameron Highlands is a highland region around 1500 metres above sea level. There are many things to do and see here, including: a butterfly farm, strawberry farms, rose gardens, a Chinese temple and vegetable farms. You also have a jungle trek amongst the cool, refreshing forest air. The region's fertile mountain slopes make it one of the best places in the country to grow tea, and there are many tea plantations. The Cameron Highlands is also a major supplier of vegetables to Malaysia and Singapore.

Included Excursions:
Full Day Excursion in the Cameron Highlands

Optional Excursions:
Kuala Kangsar town tour – US$30

Accomodation: Hotel
Meals: 2 Breakfasts

Day 8 to 9 - Penang
We make for Penang. We will stay in Georgetown, which is the island's capital. Georgetown possesses a unique charm, blending old and new cultures. Peddlers exhibit their goods surrounded by modern buildings. Old buildings stand side-by-side with new businesses. Take a rickshaw tour and introduce yourself to this lively town or perhaps visit the 65-storey Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak (KOMTAR), a prominent Penang landmark, which houses Government departments, commercial offices, department stores, shops and restaurants.

Included Excursions:
Penang Heritage Walk

Optional Excursions:
Hill and Temple (Kek Lok Si) – MYR 80 includes guide and train tickets

Accomodation: Hotel Mingood or similar
Meals: 2 Breakfasts

Day 10 to 12 - Phuket
Heading back to Thailand we enjoy three nights on the buzzing rainforest island of Phuket, Thailand’s largest island. Phuket offers some of the Thailand’s most popular beaches where you can wash the dust from your hair and relax on white sand sipping your favourite cocktail or a local Chang Beer. Away from the beaches, Phuket offers so much to keep you busy including a visit to the aquarium, exploring Butterfly Garden and Insect World, visit James Bond Island in Phang Nga Bay, marvel at Phuket Big Buddha or wander the narrow streets of Old Phuket in total contrast to the busy beach resorts.
Discover the “Temple of the Gold Buddha” (Wat Phra Thong) where the deity is half buried so you can only see the head and shoulders! For another jaw-dropping sight, visit the Big Buddha who stands tall at 45 metres high. This is also a great place to get panoramic views of the southern side of Phuket.
You may also like to visit Khao Phra Thaew National Park, where you can visit the Gibbon Rehabilitation Centre and two waterfalls.
With 3 days here there’s also plenty of time to visit and explore the island close to Phuket including Koh Phi Phi, Coral Island, Similan Islands or Koh Yao Yai and Koh Yao Noi all of which are accessible by ferry and/or speedboat from Phuket.
At night, Phuket really comes to life and whether your choice is a fine wine overlooking the sea or clubbing on until the early hours, Phuket has it all in abundance.

Optional Excursions:
Phi Phi & Bamboo Islands - 1,800Baht
Fantasea Show & Buffet Dinner - 1,750Baht
James Bond Island - 1,700Baht
Sea Fishing, White Water Raftin
Siam Niramit Show – 1,450Baht

Accomodation: 99 Residence Patong
Meals: 3 Breakfasts

Day 13 - Bangkok
Thailand's capital, Bangkok, is a crazy and chaotic city! Known in Thai as Krung Thep Maha Nakhon pronounced or Krung Thep "city of angels" for short, Bangkok was a small trading post at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River during the Ayutthaya Kingdom. Bangkok is now the gateway to South East Asia for most travellers and international backpackers come and go and the streets are always buzzing and full of life.
Bangkok boasts hundreds of Wats (temples), with Wat Arun being the main one visited by most travellers. The Grand Palace is also a popular attraction, and for something different you can cruise along the Chao Phraya River and through the canals. Bangkok once had an elaborate network of canals and was given the nickname, 'Venice of the East', and although some of them have been filled in and converted to streets, many still exist today. Travelling through these canals you will see how the locals live along the riverside - you almost forget you are in a large, bustling city.
Thailand's currency is the Thai Baht (BHT).

Accomodation: New Siam II or similar
Meals: Breakfast

Day 14 - Depart Bangkok
Your adventure of a lifetime comes to an end today. If you have a late flight or have lengthened your stay by adding post tour accommodation you will have more time to explore the sights.
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