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12 Days - Far East

12 Days - Far East

Escorted group tour covering Thailand, Malaysia & Singapore

Early Bird Discount


Book 8 weeks in advance and get £60 off per adult and child

Book 5 weeks in advance and get £30 off per adult and child


Tour Highlights



  • City & Temple Tour of Bangkok

  • Coral Island Tour with entrance

  • Alcazar Show with entrance

  • Visit Gem Factory Outlet Nong Nooch Village

  • with Thai Cultural Show & Elephant Show entrance

  • Safari Park & Marine Park with entrance

  • Pattaya Beach



  • City Tour of Kuala Lumpur

  • Petronas Tower entrance not included

  • Genting Highlands free time to explore

  • Batu Caves A Hindu shrine



  • City Tour of Singapore

  • Sentosa Island via Cable Car (attractions not included)

  • Night Safari Tour with entrance


Price Includes


  • Internal flights in economy class

  • Ground transportation in AC vehicle

  • 11 nights accommodation in 4* hotels with breakfast

  • 11 Indian dinners

  • Entrance and sightseeing as mentioned in Tour Highlights

  • All tips and service charge

  • Premium service of a local ground operator


The Star Difference


  • Flight from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore

  • Stay at charming 4* Star Hotels

  • Tips and service charge included




  • Luggage allowance on domestic flights is 23Kg per adult and child and zero infants.

  • A supplement will be applicable for bookings received 3 weeks prior to departure due to the increase in domestic flights.




Pattaya - Eastin Hotel Hotel Pattaya in Arcadia or similar

Bangkok - The Aetas Lumpini Hotel or similar

Genting Highlands - Firstworld Delux or similar

Kuala Lumpur - Eastin Hotel  or similar

Singapore - Kings Hotel or similar




Day 1

Arrive at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport and be greeted by a local representative to be transferred to the hotel in Pattaya. Remaining day is at leisure. Transfer time from airport to hotel will be at 16:00hrs local time. You must ensure your flight is arriving before this.


Day 2

Depart for the Coral Island tour. Have free time to enjoy some water sports like para-sailing, under water sea walking and banana boating (cost not included). In the evening, enjoy the magnificent Alcazar Show.

B, D

Day 3

Check-out and depart for Bangkok. On route visit the Gem factory outlet. Later visit Nong
Nooch Village and enjoy a Thai cultural show and an elephant show. Then check-in to the hotel. The evening is free to enjoy Bangkok at a leisurely pace.

B, D

Day 4

Depart for the wonderful Safari World and Marine Park. Home to a vast spectrum of animals from land, sea and air; come face to face with many wild animals such as lions, bears and dolphins. Here enjoy world-class animal performances and live stunt shows. Late afternoon return to the hotel and enjoy the evening for shopping and relaxation.

B, D

Day 5

Today enjoy a city and temple tour of Bangkok covering Wat Traimit; the world's largest solid gold Buddha weighing over five tonnes. Also see Wat Po, a colossal reclining Buddha that is 160 feet in length and 40 feet in height.

B, D

Day 6

Check-out and proceed to Bangkok Airport for a flight to Kuala Lumpur. On arrival transfer to Genting Skyway station and take a cable car to the hilltop. (For any reason if Cable Car is not operating, you will travel by Road). This is the most developed hill resort in Malaysia and is situated 2000 meters above sea level. On arrival check-in and enjoy buffet dinner at a restaurant. Note: You may need to pack a separate bag for a two day visit to Genting Highlands.

B, D

Day 7

The whole day is free to admire the spectacular scenery and enjoy the cool respite or have a fun and adventurous day out; go to a theme park or visit the largest casino in the region. Genting Highlands offers all the excitement, luxury and entertainment of a great resort destination.

B, D

Day 8

Proceed to Kuala Lumpur, en route make a stop at Batu Caves; one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India, dedicated to god Murugan.

B, D

Day 9

Commence your half-day city tour by viewing the "Petronas Towers", one of the world's tallest twin towers (tickets not included, only limited number of tourist are allowed every hour and cannot be booked in advance). Also see King's Palace, National Monument and Cenotaph, National Mosque, Merdeka Square, and National Museum. In the afternoon travel from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore by flight.

B, D

Day 10

Depart for a half-day city tour. Visit 'Little India' to see the busy Indian enclave. Then visit the colonial buildings of the City Hall, Supreme Court and the Parliament House before stopping along side the Singapore River to view the Merlion. Later, drive to China town to see the Thian Hock Keng Temple. In the evening begin your 'Night Safari Tour'. First, see a show performed by nocturnal animals and then board an open train, which embarks on a safari trail to see animals living in their natural habitat.

B, D

Day 11

Enjoy a morning at leisure. In the afternoon, proceed to the exciting Sentosa Island; travel by a cable car to reach the island, which offers bird's eye view of Singapore harbour. Here, choose from a range of attractions (not included) to enjoy such as 3D / 4D shows, the underwater world, mono rail and the musical fountain show "Songs of the Sea".

B, D

Day 12

The morning is free for some last minute shopping however this will depend on your flight time. If your flight is in the early morning then check out maybe a day prior. Check out time is at 12pm.


B=Breakfast, D=Dinner


Passports & visas:


Entry requirements for Americans: US passport in good condition required for US citizens valid for at least 6 months upon arrival.

Entry requirements for UK nationals: Visas are not required for travel by UK passport holders endorsed British Citizen, Passport must be valid for six months beyond intended travel.


Entry requirements for Indian Passport Holders: Passport valid for at least 6 months upon arrival. Visas are required and are issued upon arrival for tourist stay of max. 30 days.


Passport/Visa Note: All nationalities require passports valid for at least six months. Travellers entering Thailand are required to prove they have sufficient funds to cover the length of their stay, and are recommended to hold documentation for return/onward travel.


Food & drink

Food in this region is renowned for its complexity and flavours. There are several opportunities to enjoy “street food” and also critically acclaimed restaurants. Food from this region tends to be highly aromatic and chefs will tend to use spice to flavour normally bland food. Rice is a staple of the Thai diet, with most dishes being served with rice as a side dish. Fish and meat are a large part of the Asian diet; however vegetarian options are readily available.




Depending on the time of year you wish to travel, you will want to pack specific items for your tour. Ensure that you pack light and airy clothes for the hotter, sticky times of the year. However, if travelling during the monsoon season, ensure that you have plenty of water-proof clothing and good water-proof shoes.


Toiletries are good to pack, especially as you don’t know in advance what your hotel might have – but bear in mind that all your favourite products will be widely available in many malls and supermarkets. Some shaving foam, a razor and some anti-perspirant will be useful but also shower gel and shampoo might be a good thing to bring too.




Time: GMT +7



220 volts AC, 50Hz. Both flat and round two-pin plugs are used




As a health precaution, travellers should take medical advice at least three weeks before travelling to Thailand.

Malaria is a risk outside Bangkok and the major tourist resorts, and immunisation against hepatitis A and typhoid fever is also advised.

Yellow fever vaccination certificates are required for travellers from infected areas. There has been an increase in reported cases of dengue fever, particularly in the south. Outbreaks of cholera have also been reported. You should drink or use only boiled or bottled water and avoid ice in drinks.

If you suffer from diarrhoea during your visit you should seek immediate medical attention. There have been outbreaks of bird flu in poultry, and several human deaths, although the risk of travellers contracting the disease is slight; contact with live birds should be avoided, and all poultry and egg dishes well cooked.

HIV/AIDS is rife in the major cities and resorts. Medical facilities are good in major cities, but good medical insurance is vital - without insurance, or cash/credit card, travellers will not be treated. Bangkok has excellent international hospitals.




Thailand has a tropical climate, with high temperatures and high humidity levels throughout the year. Temperatures in the capital, Bangkok, range between 68°F (20°C) in December and 95°F (35°C) in April. January and February are normally dry, March to May is the hottest time of year, June to October tends to be the wettest season (with 90% of the country's rainfall occurring in this period), and November and December are the coolest months.


The unit of currency is the Baht (THB), which is divided into 100 satang. Currency can be exchanged at the airport, banks, hotels and bureaux de change. Banks are open Monday to Friday. ATMs are available in most cities and tourist resorts. Most large hotels and shops accept travellers’ cheques, but a better rate will be given at banks. Most major credit cards are accepted at hotels and larger businesses.




Time: GMT +8




Electrical current is 230 volts, 50Hz. Three-pin, square-shaped plugs are in use.


Passports & visas


Entry requirements for Americans: United States passport holders do not require a visa for travel to Singapore for a stay of up to 90 days. A passport valid for six months after intended travel is required.

Entry requirements for UK nationals: British passport holders do not require a visa for travel to Singapore for a stay of up to 90 days.




Travellers from countries where there is an incidence of yellow fever need to have immunization records on arrival in Singapore. There are excellent medical facilities in Singapore. There is a high risk of dengue fever.

Visitors should avoid poorly cooked food, particularly seafood, and be cautious of certain types of fish that contain biotoxins even if cooked. Health care is excellent but also very expensive and medical insurance is essential.




The climate of Singapore is tropical, being hot and humid all year round with only a slight variation in temperature between winter and summer. Travellers to Singapore would be wise to take an umbrella, because rain is possible all year round, usually falling in heavy downpours.




Singapore's currency is the Singapore Dollar (SGD), which is divided into 100 cents. The US and Australian Dollars, Yen and British Pound are also accepted in the larger shopping centres. Major credit cards are accepted in hotels, shops and restaurants. ATMs are widely distributed and banks advance cash against the major credit cards. Travellers’ cheques can be cashed at banks or licensed money changers and at selected hotels. Banks are open daily, but some do not do foreign exchange on Saturdays.




Time: GMT +8




Electrical current is 230 volts, 50Hz. Three-pin, square-shaped plugs are in use.


Passports & visas


Entry requirements for Americans: US citizens must have a valid passport. No visas are required for a stay of up to three months.

Entry requirements for UK nationals: UK nationals require a passport, but do not require a visa, irrespective of the endorsement in the passport with regard to national status, providing the stay does not exceed three months.




Some tropical illnesses are prevalent in Malaysia and travellers should seek medical advice regarding any recommended vaccinations before travelling.

Hepatitis A and B are common, as is dengue fever, which has no vaccination or immunisation. There has been an increase in cases of dengue fever since January 2005. Malaria risks are isolated to the inland regions; the exception is Sabah, where there is an all-year risk.


Visitors should stick to bottled water and avoid uncooked meat, fish and vegetables, unpeeled fruit, ice and salads.


A further health hazard in Malaysia is smoke haze and air pollution, particularly in Kuala Lumpur, which has the worst air quality in Asia with very high Benzene pollution levels. This could aggravate cardiac or respiratory problems. The hospitals in Kuala Lumpur and other cities are of a high standard. Medical insurance is essential.

Travellers older than one year coming from infected areas require a yellow fever vaccination certificate.




Malaysia has a hot, humid tropical climate with two monsoon seasons, one between October and February and the other from April to October; the latter is characterised by thunderstorms. Temperatures and humidity are high all year round, but it is slightly cooler in the mountains.




The Malaysian Ringit (MYR), also referred to as the Malaysian Dollar, is divided into 100 sen. Malaysian banks charge in the region of US$2-3 for foreign exchange transactions. Money changers are generally quicker to deal with and do not charge commission; their rates however are variable. Pounds or dollars are the easiest to exchange. Traveller’s cheques can be exchanged at banks and some hotels. All major credit cards are accepted at upmarket hotels, shops and restaurants. ATMs are widely available.


2018 Departure Dates & Prices in USD


Tour Code: FEAST




02 Jan - 31 Oct

2,130 USD

1,845 USD

3,265 USD

Nov - Dec





Foreign Office Travel Advice & Info


For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office click on the link below to get Country specific details


For a full list of the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office click here



Note: Passport and visa requirements are liable to change at short notice. Travellers are advised to check their entry requirements with their embassy or consulate.


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