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Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) - Thailand (Pattaya - Bangkok)

12 Days / 11 Nights


ID: Hon 001/009

Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) - Thailand (Pattaya - Bangkok)

Programs:

Day 1

Day 1

Departure from Damascus airport on Etihad airways to Abu Dhabi then to Kuala lumpur ….


Day 2

Day 2

Arrival Kuala Lumpur Airport, meet assit and transfer to 4 or 5 stars hotel for 3 nights. Free time .... night tour: introduces
the Malaysian way of life - a harmonious mingling of the different races, cultues and religions. We begin by taking you to the largest and oldest Hindu temple in the city, the Sri Mahamariamman Temple. The smell of burning jasmine, the incessant chantings of Hindu priests and the mystical aura will combine to give you an everlasting impression of this fascinating religion. A short walk from here is the open air bazaar of Chinatown. Take a stroll through this night market where the locals engage in hectic bargaining for merchandises spread across the middle of the street. From here, we drive you to a delightful Malay restaurant where you will be treated to a Malay buffet dinner and cultural show. While you feast, you will enjoy Malaysian cultural dances. back to the hotel and accommodation.


Day 3

Day 3

Breakfast in the hotel, presence at the reception at 09:30 to have an interesting tour which unveils the beauty and charm of the old and new Kuala Lumpur - Garden City of Lights. See the contrast of the magnificent skyscrapers and the buildings of the colonial days. Highlights of the tour include; Petronas Twin Towers (photo stop), OE jewellery showroom, King's Palace (photo stop), National Monument, National Museum (excludes entrance fee), National Mosque (photo stop) and the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. back to the hotel and accommodation.


Day 4

Day 4

Breakfast in the hotel, presence at the reception at 09:30. to visit the Genting highlands, crisp mountain air about 6000 feet above sea level, lies Malaysia's only casino resort. Stop at the cable car station and take a skyway cable car ride, with the sky above you and a tropical rainforest below, ride up to the hilltop on the longest and fastest cable car in Southeast Asia. Fringed by one of the oldest tropical jungles in the world, you can try your luck at Blackjack, Keno, Roulette or a host of other casino games. If this in not your cup of tea, then take time off to enjoy the numerous recreational facilities at the indoor and outdoor theme park (indoor and outdoor theme park tickets at own expense). There is the Corkscrew, Euro Express Roller Coaster, Turbo Drop, Super Tabonggan & Sky Venture, the one and only sky diving simulator in Asia. back to the hotel and accommodation.


Day 5

Day 5

Breakfast in the hotel, transfer to Kuala Lumpur International Airport traveling to Bangkok, arrival, meet assit and transfer to Pattaya ,arrival – c/in at 4 or 5 stars Hotel for 3 nights.


Day 6

Day 6

Breakfast in the hotel, presence at the reception at 08:30 for transfer to the pier. Pattaya is well known for its variety of leisure activities, particularly its opportunities for watersports. Offshore there are several tropical islands, fringed with palms and surrounded by sparkling sea. This excursion takes us to the largest of the islands, Koh Lan. On the way a stop will be made for the optional extra purchase of a paragliding or seawalking activity (taken at the clients own risk and discretion). On arrival at Koh Lan there is free time to relax on the beach or purchase other optional activities (taken at the clients own risk and discretion). Return by boat to Pattaya for lunch at an Indian restaurant. On the way back to the hotel stop by the Gems Gallery jewellery manufacturers. Back to the hotel and accommodation.


Day 7

Day 7

Breakfast in the hotel, free time for swimming and shopping......

 


Day 8

Day 8

Breakfast in the hotel, transfer from pattaya to Bangkok , arrival c/in at 4 or 5 stars hotel ( upon request ) for 4 nights. Free half day city tour: visit the grand palace( The Grand Palace was established at the same time as Bangkok in 1782, by the first king of the ruling Chakri dynasty. Each subsequent monarch has added their own contribution to the complex, so that it represents the full range of royal architecture of the Rattanakosin (Bangkok) period. Some of the buildings represent traditional Thai themes, whilst others have distinct European features). Within the palace grounds one can find the temple commonly called Wat Phra Kaew, which houses the small but holy figure of the Emerald Buddha (actually fashioned from a type of jadeite). The figure was discovered in a Chiang Rai temple in 1436 and has travelled since to Lampang, Chiang Mai, Luang Prabang and Vientiane. The tour concludes with a visit to a Jewelry retailer (Royal Lapidary). back to the hotel, free time ... Presence at the reception at 18:00 you will be transferred to Ratchada Road to see the acclaimed Siam Niramit show. Dinner is buffet style featuring highlights from the Thai kitchen. The village displays local handicrafts such as carved vegetables, cloth weaving and pottery which are also for sale. The show itself differs from the regular offerings, such as music and dance. Siam Niramit journies through Siamese history, legend, folklore and festivals using up-to-the-minute technology to deliver stunning special effects. Three acts include 'Journey Back to History' introducing the four distinct regions of Thailand and their special cultures. 'Journey Beyond Imagination' visits Buddhist earth, heaven and hell. Finally 'Journey Through Joyous Festivals' features highlights from merit-making celebrations throughout the year such as the uniquely Thai festival of Loy Krathong. Back to the hotel and accommodation.


Day 9

Day 9

Breakfast in the hotel, presence at the reception at 07:00 to Depart to the village of Damnernsaduak, about 110km from Bangkok. Visit a coconut plantation to see the harvesting, then on to the market set amidst a network of canals radiating out into the orchards of the surrounding countryside. Farmers gather fruits, vegetables and prepared dishes to trade along the canals. Optional boat hire is available at the market. Further optional visits include a snake farm, an elephant ride, and a handicrafts workshop. Continue to The Rose Garden Thai Village. The villagers can be seen producing country handicrafts such as silks, pottery, dolls, Khon masks and lacquerware. A cultural show is performed daily. The hour long display includes martial arts such as Muay Thai boxing, a traditional Thai wedding ceremony, an ordination ceremony for entry to the monkhood, and regional dances. The tour terminates via a visit to the Gems Gallery. Back to the hotel and accommodation.


Day 10

Day 10

Breakfast in the hotel, a presence at the reception at 08:00 full day  visiting safari world.Safari World is Thailand's most popular open zoo and show par,offers a great variety of fun and entertainment. A drive through the 100 acre Safari Park allows you to get close to fearsome predators such as lions, tigers and bears. Marine Park plays host to a vast spectrum of animals from land, sea and air and is the setting for eight amazing world-class shows ranging from live action stunt spectaculars to performances by animals, including a dolphin show. An optional extra is the Jungle Cruise, a fun-filled water flume ride through uncharted terittory, in a land inhabited by headhunters, gorillas and hungry crocodiles. Including lunch. Back to the hotel and accommodation.


Day 11

Day 11

Breakfast in the hotel, free day for shopping......


Day 12

Day 12

Breakfast in the hotel, transfer to the Bangkok airport traveling back home to Damascus on Etihad Airways.