Erlebnisreise für junge Weltentdecker von Thailand nach Singapur Thailand · Malaysia · Singapur

Erlebnisreise für junge Weltentdecker von Thailand nach Singapur

  • Tradition & Moderne in Bangkok
  • Mit dem Fahrrad Thailands erste Hauptstadt Sukhothai erkunden
  • Nachtbasar von Chiang Mai
  • Goldenes Dreieck
  • Bunte Märkte und Straßenstände entdecken
  • Atemberaubende Natur im Khao Sok Nationalpark
  • Krabi - Strände, Kalksteinfelsen & versteckte Badebuchten
  • Geschichtsträchtige Insel Penang
  • Idyllische Cameron Highlands
  • Schmelztiegel Kuala Lumpur
  • Historische Stadt Malacca mit ihrem kolonialen Erbe
  • Faszinierendes Singapur entdecken
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
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21 Tage Thailand · Malaysia · Singapur

ab  1.680 € Anfragen oder buchen

Faszinierende Kulturen und lebendige Kontraste erwarten dich auf dieser Süostasien Rundreise von Bangkok nach Singapur. Zunächst reisen wir von Bangkok nach Sukhothai, wo du die als Weltkulturerbe gelistete Altstadt auf dem Fahhrad entdecken kannst. Von der Stadt der Tempel, Chiang Mai, gelangen wir in das charmante Städtchen Chiang Rai inmitten der nordthailändischen Bergwelt - das ideale Ziel, um die Landschaft Thailands zu erkunden, bevor wir wieder voller neuer Eindrücke nach Bangkok zurückkehren. Wir lassen Bangkok hinter uns, erforschen den Regenwald des Khao Sok Nationalparks und entspannen an den exotischen Stränden des traumhaften Krabi. Die Grenze zu Malaysia überquerend, reisen wir weiter auf die von der Kolonialgeschichte geprägte Insel Penang mit vielen kulturellen Sehenswürdigkeiten. In Kuala Lumpur erwarten uns koloniale Architektur und eines der höchsten Gebäude der Welt: die Petronas Towers. Über die histtorische Stadt Malakka erreichen wir unser Ziel Singapur.

1. Tag: Bangkok
2. Tag: Sukhothai
3.-4. Tag: Chiang Mai
5. Tag: Doi Mae Salong
6. Tag: Chiang Rai
7. Tag: Chiang Mai - Nachtzug nach Bangkok
8. Tag: Bangkok
9. Tag: Bangkok - Nachtzug nach Südthailand
10. Tag: Khao Sok Nationalpark
11.-13. Tag: Ao Nang
14.-15. Tag: Penang
16. Tag: Cameron Highlands
17.-18. Tag: Kuala Lumpur
19. Tag: Malakka
20.-21. Tag: Singapur

Leistungen enthalten

  • Südostasien Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen wie im Reiseverlauf beschrieben:
    • Fahrradtour durch den Geschichtspark von Sukhothai inkl. Picknick
    • Besuch im Elefanten-Krankenhaus in Lampang
    • Wat Rong Khun Tempel in Chiang Rai
    • Besichtigungs-Rundgang in Bangkok
    • Bootstour auf dem Cheow Lan Lake im Khao Sok Nationalpark

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgeld
  • optionale Aktivitäten und Ausflüge
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Reiseversicherung
  • Visumgebühren

Unterbringung

13x Standard-Hotel
4x Gästehaus
2x Nachtzug
1x Floßhäuschen

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im halben Doppelzimmer (Mehrbettzimmer gelegentlich möglich). Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit einem/einer Mitreisenden des gleichen Geschlechts. Gegen Aufpreis ist die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar (außer im Nachtzug und auf dem Floß).
Einzelzimmer-Zuschlag: 450 Euro

Verpflegung

5x Frühstück
2x Mittagessen
1x Abendessen

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter und örtliche Reiseführer bei einigen Sehenswürdigkeiten

Transportarten

Bahn, Öffentliche / gemietete Busse, Boot, Taxi, Songthaew

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

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Flughafentransfer

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Day 1: Bangkok
Welcome to Bangkok, Thailand. There’s a welcome meeting at around 6 pm tonight. Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask the hotel reception where it will take place. If you're going to be late, please inform the hotel reception. We'll be collecting your insurance details and next of kin information at this meeting, so please ensure you have all these details to provide to your leader. If you arrive early perhaps take a riverboat to Chinatown and explore the crowded streets, or head to the magnificent Grand Palace. As one of the world’s largest marketplaces, Chatuchak Market is also a great place to visit. In the evening, maybe indulge yourself with a Thai massage.

Notes: If you can't arrange a flight that will arrive in time, you may wish to arrive a day early so you're able to attend. We'll be happy to book additional accommodation for you (subject to availability).

Accommodation: Hotel

Optional Activities:

Bangkok - Thai Massage - THB250
Bangkok - Grand Palace - THB500
Bangkok - Temple & River of Kings Urban Adventure - THB2465
Bangkok - Tuk Tuk Experience Urban Adventure - THB1790
Bangkok - Bangkok by Bike Urban Adventure - THB1904

Day 2: Sukhothai
In the morning, take a six-hour local bus to the small city of Sukhothai (which translates to 'Rising of Happiness'). Arrive in the afternoon and head out on a guided cycle tour of Sukhothai’s Historical Park and World Heritage-listed ancient city. Roll your bike around the temples and other archaeological relics within the area. The rest of the day is free for you to do as you please.

Accommodation: Hotel

Included Activities:
Sukhothai - Historical Park Bike Tour & Picnic Lunch

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 3: Chiang Mai
Start the day early with a five-hour drive in a private minivan to Chiang Mai. On the way, stop off at the Friends of the Asian Elephant Hospital in Lampang. This is a non-government organisation that aims to protect and conserve the welfare of elephants both domesticated and wild. Arrive in Chiang Mai late in the afternoon. You'll have the evening free to explore. Perhaps check out the night market for souvenirs and some spicy street food.

Accommodation: Hotel

Included Activities:
Lampang - Friends of the Asian Elephant

Day 4: Chiang Mai
Today is a free day to explore. Discover the northern city of Chiang Mai, which features over 120 temples in the centre alone. Take an optional excursion to the temple at the top of Doi Suthep, which offers fantastic views over the city. Perhaps spoil yourself with a traditional Thai massage or try your hand at a local cooking class. You might like to take part in one of our Urban Adventures, such as the 'Mind and Soul' or 'Mae Ping River Experience' day tours. To really get the blood pumping, head to the Flight of the Gibbon and negotiate the zipline and canopy course within the treetops.

Accommodation: Hotel

Optional Activities:

Chiang Mai - Flight of the Gibbon zipline - THB3999
Chiang Mai - Bicycle tour - THB950
Chaing Mai - Baan Thai Cookery School Half Day Course - THB800
Chiang Mai - Doi Suthep temple - THB50
Chiang Mai - Thai massage - THB200
Chiang Mai - Urban Adventures - Mind & Soul - THB2300
Chiang Mai - Urban Adventures - Mae Ping River Experience - THB2460

Day 5: Doi Mae Salong

Today travel by public bus and mini van to Doi Mae Salong via Mae Chan (approximately five hours in total). The atmosphere in the charming town of Doi Mae Salong is reminiscent of a small southern Chinese village. It's the perfect place to relax and kick back for the day. The region is famous for its Chinese tea traders, so make sure  you enjoy a cup of tea in a traditional Chinese teahouse overlooking the mountains. Check out the interesting market, which is full of produce and crafts made by hill tribe people. For something a little more adventurous, why not climb up the 719 steps to see the town’s Buddhist temple?

Accommodation: Guesthouse

Day 6: Chiang Rai
In the morning take a three-hour ride in a minivan to the Golden Triangle, which is where the borders of Thailand, Burma and Laos meet. Pay a visit to the House of Opium Museum for a deeper insight into this area's problematic past. Continue your travels for around two hours to Chiang Rai, where you’ll stay the night. Perhaps head to Chiang Rai's night market, which is a great place to pick up some hill tribe handicrafts.

Accommodation: Guesthouse

Optional Activities:
Chaing Rai - Opium Museum - THB50

Day 7: Chiang Mai / Overnight sleeper train

This morning visit the impressive Wat Rong Khun (commonly known as the White Temple). Although it can be crowded with tourists, this temple is a modern wonder. Art is continually being added to it. In the afternoon, take a three-and-a-half-hour public bus back to Chiang Mai and board an overnight train for Bangkok (approximately 13 hours). Soft sleeper class trains are used for the overnight journey. The compartments are multi-share with air-conditioning and bunk beds that come with sheets and a pillow. Baggage travels in the carriage with you, and there's a food and drink service available on-board.

Accommodation: Overnight sleeper train

Included Activities:
Chiang Rai - Wat Rong Kun (White Temple)

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 8: Bangkok
Your train is scheduled to arrive into Bangkok early this morning. Transfer back to the hotel where the trip started. As there are no more activities planned for today, you’re free to depart at any time. If you’re booking flights or any other form of transport out of Bangkok today, please keep in mind that train delays are frequent.
Enjoy a free day in Bangkok. Check out the areas you missed the first time around, and a chance to eat some more delicious Bangkok street food!
The composition of your group might change today. Meet your new leader and group at the meeting at approx. 6pm tonight.

Accommodation: Hotel

Special Information: There are shared day rooms available for use until midday today. Normal check in for your room will usually be after 2pm.

Day 9: Bangkok – Overnight Train
Visit the local Bangrak Market to see the rainbow of fresh fruit and vegetables (depending on market day). Then you'll cruise along the Chao Praya and watch life along the river en route to Wat Pho. This temple is one of the largest and oldest wats in Bangkok. Who can spot the most images of Buddha? Rumour has it there are up to 1,000. The afternoon is free for you to explore the sites of Bangkok as you please. Visiting the Grand Palace is recommended. Tonight, board your overnight train to Surat Thani (approximately 13 hours).

Notes: The train is basic but comfortable: bunk beds, shared facilities and air-conditioning.

Accommodation: Overnight sleeper train

Included Activities:
Bangkok - walking tour

Optional Activities:
Bangkok - Tuk Tuk Experience Urban Adventure - THB1790
Bangkok - Bangkok by Bike Urban Adventure - THB1904
Bangkok - Temple & River of Kings Urban Adventure - THB2465
Bangkok - Thai Massage - THB250

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 10: Khao Sok National Park
Arrive in Surat Thani early in the morning, then transfer by bus to Khao Sok National Park. It's an amazing environment, so colourful and vivid it almost looks like it's been CGI'd. These dense rainforests are abuzz with exotic animals and plants, and some walking trails lead to awesome waterfalls alongside the huge Cheow Lan Lake. Cruise along it and see the limestone cliffs set against the jungle backdrop. On your first night here you'll stay in a simple raft house, which is literally ON the lake. Wait till you see the view when you wake up.

Included Activities:
Khao Sok - Cheow Lan Lake boat trip

Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner

Day 11: Ao Nang
Travel by minibus to Ao Nang, Krabi, home to sweet white-sand beaches and limestone karsts jutting out of cerulean waters. The main street of this lively beachside town has heaps of bars and restaurants to grab a beer or meal at.

Accommodation: Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 12: Ao Nang
That's the trouble with paradise – there's too many ways to enjoy it. Today is free baby, so that means time to kayak or climb the karst rock formations that surround this place. If you take an optional kayaking activity you can head to Ao Thalane and paddle through mangrove forests, coves and narrow karst-walled canyons, keeping an eye out for kingfishers, herons and crab-eating macaque monkeys.

Accommodation: Hotel

Optional Activities:
Ao Nang - Sea kayaking - THB1800

Day 13: Ao Nang
Today is yours. You are free as a bird. An island-hopping day trip is a great way to get a real sense of just how amazing this part of Thailand is. You can take a long-tail boat out to stunning islands like Phi Phi, where the swimming is great and the views are even better. Like exotic, far-out film locations. You'll never tire of looking up at those karsts towering above the turquoise. The real adventure-types might opt to go rock-climbing. Either way you approach it, paradise is paradise.

Accommodation: Hotel

Optional Activities:
Ao Nang - Scuba Diving (3 dives) - THB4000
Ao Nang - Rock Climbing - THB1800
Ao Nang - Sea kayaking - THB1800
Ao Nang - Phi Phi Island Day Tour - THB1600
Ao Nang - Thai Cooking Class - THB1300

Day 14: Penang
Today is a long travel day by minivan. Sit back, relax and Thailand disappear in the rearview mirror. Next stop: Malaysia! Cross the border Wang Prajan (the Thai checkpoint) and Wang Kelian (the Malaysian checkpoint). Penang is Malaysia's prized island. You may have had the Penang Curry on your Thai travels. But there is so much more to this place than delicious food, such as a gorgeous coastline and a colonial heritage which thrives amid the skyscrapers over Georgetown. The Georgetown area is a cool (and World Heritage-listed) blend of religious sites of worship.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 15: Penang
Today your leader will take you on a guided orientation walk through the Georgetown area to check out the shophouses, Penang Museum, street art and clan jetties. When you have become old friends with this place, the rest of the day is yours. Time to go looking for delicious food. This place is famous for its cuisine, thanks to many cultures that have lived side-by-side here for ages. Be sure to try a refreshing ice kacang (a dessert made with crushed ice, syrup and a mixture of jellies, nuts and sweet beans), or a hearty nasi kandar (steamed rice accompanied by curries, fried chicken, seafood or vegetables). Check out Kek Lok Sii (the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia), Khoo Kongsi (amazingly ornate and one of the oldest clan houses in Malaysia), Cheong Fat Tze Museum (fascinating if you have an interest in Feng Shui). Or take to the unspoilt trails of Malaysia's smallest National Park at Teluk Bahang.
Today’s challenge: see if you can find the hawker stall on Kimberley St where Lean Joo Sean has been selling char kway teow (stir-fried rice noodles) since 1954. You can’t miss his white chef’s hat and the queue of hungry punters.

Accommodation: Hotel

Optional Activities:
Penang - Kek Lok Si - MYR8
Penang - Khoo Kongsi - MYR10
Penang - Funicular Railway - MYR55
Penang - Teluk Bahang National Park - MYR9
Penang - Trishaw Ride - MYR50

Day 16: Cameron Highlands
Travel by minivan to the seriously beautiful Cameron Highlands. This area was a favourite getaway of the colonial British for good reason. It's a great escape from the hot and sticky jungle. The area has also long been used to grow a favourite British drink, tea. Perhaps sample some of the local brew. Those less genteel and more adventure-seeking might take a rainforest jungle trek, or a half-day trip to the second-highest mountain the highlands.

Accommodation: Guesthouse

Optional Activities:
Cameron Highlands - Half Day Tour to Gunung Brinchang - MYR50
Cameron Highlands - Half Day Sightseeing Tour - Tea Plantation, Buddhist Temple and Honey Farm - MYR25

Special Information: Keep an extra layer handy while you're here, as it might get a little chilly, would you believe.

Day 17: Kuala Lumpur
Travel by public bus to vibrant Kuala Lumpur (approximately 5 hours). This is the cosmopolitan capital of Malaysia (call it KL if you want to sound more worldly). Your leader will take you for a walk around the communities of Indian, Chinese and ethnic Malay people. You'll be staying right in the midst of the buzzing Chinatown night markets, the ideal spot. Tried a durian yet? They stink, but they taste pretty good. Make sure you get a map and venture out on some walking adventures. You can hit Bukit Bintang, the Golden Triangle (for shopping), or Menara Tower (entry fee applies). You might also like to head out of town to visit the famous Batu Caves, or go to the Lake Gardens to visit the Islamic Arts Museum and National Mosque.

Accommodation: Hotel

Day 18: Kuala Lumpur
Today is a free day to explore KL. Get up early to get your tickets to see two of the world's very tallest buildings, the Petronas Towers. Ask your leader how the system works! The evening is best spent at the night market sampling the different cuisines on offer and bargain-hunting among the stalls of the famous Petaling Street.

Accommodation: Hotel

Optional Activities:
Kuala Lumpur - Petronas Towers Skybridge & Observation Deck - MYR86
Kuala Lumpur - Islamic Arts Museum - MYR12
Kuala Lumpur - National Mosque - Free
Kuala Lumpur - Batik Day Course - MYR30
Kuala Lumpur - KL Tower - MYR52

Day 19: Melaka
An intriguing blend of Malay, Indian, Chinese and Portuguese cultures, Melaka has a wealth of interesting architecture, distinctive food and proud cultural heritage. Take a public bus there (approximately 3 hours in total) and enjoy a free afternoon. Once the most important trading port of Malaysia, Melaka attracted Chinese, Indian, Dutch, Portuguese and British traders, and this diversity is reflected in its overall vibe. Check out Harmony Street where these communities have their places of worship, with a church, mosque, and a couple of different temples all on the one street. Peace out!

Accommodation: Hotel

Optional Activities:
Melaka - Museum Of Enduring Beauty - MYR1
Melaka - Baba Nonya Heritage Museum - MYR16
Melaka - River Tour - MYR17
Melaka - Eco Bike Tour - MYR100
Melaka - Trishaw Tour - MYR50

Day 20: Singapore
A public bus journey (approximately 5 hours) takes you to Singapore. Your leader will take you on a walk to give you an introduction to this ever-evolving city. There will be time to take in the retail hot spots and the 'booming cross-cultural culinary scene' before enjoying a final evening with your fellow travellers. It'll be a time to reflect. Who ate the most chilli? Who at the most durians? Who even ate one durian? When can we all pack up and move to Asia forever? Etcetera.

Accommodation: Hotel

Special Information: Some rooms tonight are internal and do not have windows. Also due to a limited number of double rooms, sometimes couples will be in twin rooms. But your hotel is nice and central, so fret not.

Day 21: Singapore
Farewell your newfound friends as your trip comes to an end today.

Optional Activities:
Singapore - Chinatown Food Adventure - USD60
Singapore - Locals On Tap Singapore Urban Adventure - SGD42
Singapore - Bike About Singapore Adventure - SGD101

Meals Included: Breakfast

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Reisestil
Seien wir mal ehrlich: Niemand geht auf Reisen, um den Spaß zu erleben für 3 Stunden in einer Warteschlange für Tickets zu stehen oder erfolglos nach einem Restaurant mit authentischen Speisen zu suchen (um schließlich aufzugeben und bei McDonalds zu landen). Deshalb beinhalten unsere Reisen einige Eintrittsgebühren zu den Hauptsehenswürdigkeiten, die Unterkünfte, alle Transportmittel, gelegentliche Mahlzeiten sowie das Know-How eines örtlichen erfahren Reiseführers. Zwar gibt es auch genügend Zeit, damit du dein eigenes Ding tun kannst, es sind aber auch Gruppenaktivitäten enthalten - weil manche Dinge gemeinsam einfach mehr Spaß machen! Diese Tour ist eine Backpacker-Tour, jedoch mit einer guten Portion Planung, so dass du dich auf das Wesentliche konzentrieren kannst: Das Erleben und Entdecken von Südostasien!