(HOTEL + TRANSFER + TOURS)
Travel Period: Until December 15, 2019
(except Dec. 21, 2018 – Jan. 4, 2019, June 1-30, 2019, Christmas Season, Chinese New Year, and Holidays)
Note: Minimum of 4 persons per booking
|Hotel Name||Category||Validity||Published Rate per Person|
Twin / Triple
|Child w/o Bed|
|Fragrance Crystal / Sunflower / Pearl (w/o Breakfast)||2-star||Until December 15, 2019||11,800||7,999|
|Fragrance Bugis / Imperial (w/ Breakfast)||3-star||Until December 15, 2019||14,500||7,999|
|Parc Sovereign Albert/ Tyrwhitt||4-star||Until December 15, 2019||15,800||7,999|
|Village Hotel Bugis||4-star||Until December 15, 2019||16,500||7,999|
|OTHER HOTELS AVAILABLE BY REQUEST|
|Note: Additional P700/person for Special Transfers (10:00pm – 7:00am) and P1,000/person for Foreign Passport holders|
Arrival, meet and transfer to hotel
Proceed to Batam Tour -Indonesia (7:30am –7:30pm) Batam City tour with Seafood Lunch at Golden Prawn 555
Proceed to Johore Bahru Tour –Malaysia (7:45am –3:00pm)
Proceed to Singapore Half day city tour – 8:00-9:00am pick-up time
Pick up at 0745 hrs – 0800hrs
Visit My Kampung Culture Village, Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque, Sultan Ibrahim Building, 100yrs old Chinese Temple, Indian Glass Temple (entrance ticket required), Chocolate Gallery, photoshoot in front of Johor Sultan Palace & Puteri Harbour, meal & shopping.
Pick up time 0700 hrs at hotel ,transfer to Ferry Terminal
0830 hrs: Departure to Batam
Upon arrive at Batam Centre International Ferry Terminal, after immigration / custom clearance, you will be greet by our friendly tour guide and escorted to awaiting air-conditioned bus and proceed to visit iconic Maha Vihara Duta Maitreya Temple, which is the South East Asia biggest buddhist Temple, Chocolate House where offering more than 100 varieties of chocolate to suit your every mood and desire with very reasonable price, Go-Kart Circuit Centre which was officially open on 1st June 2009 with 395 metres of length and 8 metres, the track feature 9 turns and 6 straights with access speed of more than 50kmph, Flying Fox, Indonesia Miniature Park (The park is a synopsis of Indonesian culture, with virtually all aspects of daily life in Indonesia’s 32 provinces encapsulated in separate pavilions with the collections of architecture, and traditions are all depicted impeccably) and Bengkong Dry Market(where the place you may able to purchase very fresh dry food stuff in wholesale prices).
Lunch will serve at Golden Prawn 555 Seafood Kelong Restaurant. After lunch, our next destination will visit to Golden Tourist Shop, Bird Nest Shop, Pondok Wisata Cultural Show(where you will be entertain by local villagers with their traditional trance dance), Polo Outlets (where you may wish to purchase clothes by American brand Polo Ralph Lauren, which were made in Jakarta and cheaper than in Singapore), Thoa Pek Kong Chinese Temple(the Famous & Oldies Batam Chinese Temple was move from Kusu Island of Singapore during 1980s), Batik Factory Outlets and lastly drop off at Batam Shopping Mall (where the street is full with various of activities such as Shopping Mall, Fish Market, Massage Parlous, Coffee Shops, Food Courts, Karaoke and Lounge, Hotels, Restaurant and still many more).
Come at evening, assemble and transfer to Sekupang International Ferry Terminal. 1820 hrs Depart by high speed ferry to Singapore.
9:00am pick-up time for city tour. HD City Tour – SIC
(incl – Stopover at Singapore Flyer for photo taking, Merlion Park, Chinatown, Chocolate Factory and the tour ends at Little India
Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is a global financial center with a tropical climate and multicultural population. Its colonial core centers on the Padang, a cricket field since the 1830s and now flanked by grand buildings such as City Hall, with its 18 Corinthian columns. In Singapore’s circa-1820 Chinatown stands the red-and-gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, said to house one of Buddha’s teeth.
Area: 721.5 km²
Dialing code: +65
Population: 5.612 million (2017)
Johor Bahru, capital of the Malaysian state of Johor, sits at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. With a causeway across the Straits of Johor connecting it to Singapore, it’s a gateway for exploration of that island nation. On the Johor Bahru’s waterfront is Istana Besar, a royal palace built by Sultan Abu Bakar in 1866 that now houses the Royal Abu Bakar Museum.
Area: 220 km²
Weather: 27 °C, Wind NE at 2 km/h, 91% Humidity
Population: 424,648 (2010)
Batam is a small island in Indonesia’s Riau Archipelago in the South China Sea. A short boat ride from Singapore, it’s a free trade zone with multiple busy ports. It’s also known for its beaches, nightlife and malls offering duty-free shopping. Bustling Nagoya is Batam’s main city. Upscale resorts in the shoreline area of Nongsa offer golf courses and water sports, including windsurfing, parasailing and jet skiing.
Area: 1,595 km²
Weather: 27 °C, Wind SE at 10 km/h, 82% Humidity
Province: Riau Islands
Population: 944,285 (2010)