East West understands that each client have different interests and preference. Listed below are tour and package selections that will help you in planning your itinerary. These items are grouped according to the type of experience you have selected.
Kampong Bahru is a traditional village in Kuala Lumpur city centre, where you can enjoy a day of strolling around wooden stilt homes and coconut and banana trees, against a backdrop of the city’s modern skyscrapers. Developed by the British in the 1890s, this unique landscape is heavily populated by the Malay community, offering visitors a glimpse of the traditional lifestyle that’s more commonly found in Malaysia’s rural states. You will also have a chance to taste some of the local dishes like Nasi Lemak and traditional cakes along the street.
Scooters in Saigon are magical. It is obviously that many visitors to Ho Chi Minh City wish to have an exploring experience in “an open air amongst the traffic” rather than by car, the very first time weaving through the streets with the feeling so called “motorbike culture”. Also, get hands-on experience of Vietnamese cuisine through our half-day cooking program, inclusive visiting a local street market followed by a cooking session focusing on active participation and fun.
7:30 – 8:00: Get picked up from Port and transfer to city central. The morning starts by visiting to a colorful market with Chef to approach to culinary aspect and the culture of Vietnamese gastronomy. Explore Vietnamese ingredients, learn more about Vietnamese food and its spices before back to class with interesting activities. Finally, savoring your own creation. Enjoy this moment for sharing experience with Chef. Highlighted your performance by a "Certificate of Recognition" and you also win a book of recipes to renew your dishes with your beloved ones. Leave cooking class around 12:00.
Our guide will take you to enjoy Vietnamese coffee at truly local coffee shop before exploring bustle Saigon City by jumping on the back of a scooter. Explore highlights of a fast paced city with a unique mix of French colonial architecture, Chinese influences, a modern entrepreneurial spirit and numerous temples.
Inclusion: Private 7s car port transfer in/out, English speaking guide, motorbike, helmet, rain poncho (in case), Cooking ingredient, lunch in cooking class, handbook with recipes, certificates, mineral water, authorization to enter the port.
Exclusion: Beverage, Tips, Personal Expense, Others not mentioned above.
Visiting Mei Ho House, which is the only remaining Mark I-H Shaped resettlement block n the local community, which demonstrates the evolution of public housing and folk life), Street Markets (Toy Street, Bead Street and Electronic Street), and a Food Journey (Michelin-Starred restaurants and food stores can be easily discovered in this local district. Start your journey with succulent dim sum, egg tart, beancurd pudding, and soybean milk)
Inclusive: public transportations, food & beverages as stated.
Occupying the space of the original Clifford Pier, our dining destination at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore preserves the pier’s hawker culture while honouring its historical role as the landing point of Singapore’s forefathers. On the menu are the best of Singapore’s culinary delicacies represented by a melting pot of diverse cultures including Western classics. One of our signature dishes includes soup kambing, a traditional mutton soup infused with local spices. The Heritage High Tea is something not to be missed!! A luxurious combination of traditional Asian and Western dishes will be satisfying to the taste buds.
As the only establishment atop the SuperTree Grove, SuperTree by IndoChine is situated perfectly on the tallest structure, so guests will be able to sip martinis and enjoy intimate dinners under the starlit skies.
Choose between the alfresco rooftop bar or the fully air-conditioned lounge with a 360-degree, unobstructed view of the entire Gardens by the Bay on one side and the Singapore Central Business District on the other.
At 100m above sea level surrounded by lush rainforest, Dusk Restaurant & Bar has the perfect vantage point for panoramic views of Harbourfront & Sentosa Island. Experience splendid sunsets on a hilltop and chill out with European tapas & specially curated wines and cocktails. For a more special experience, enter the restaurant by cable car (additional tickets required).
Nestled in the quiet enclave of Mt Emily Park, Wild Rocket is one of the few places in bustling Singapore, where you can dine in the tranquillity of a restaurant on a hill. The space is modelled after a traditional Japanese chashitsu, or teahouse complete with a rock garden path flanked by textured paper that welcomes one into three main areas: the main a-la-carte section; a long concrete counter for omakase patrons where Chef Willin regularly serves personally; and a recessed area reminiscent of the tokonoma, an alcove used for private dinning. From the ceiling to the walls and onto the exterior façade is an amazing wooden carapace made up of 15,000 meranti batons which is not only an art installation but acts also as a sunshade.
A Chinese tea cup may look small, but it holds a great deal more than tea and water. As you listen to the tea master, you might believe you are sipping the distillation of thousands of years of Chinese culture. He'll tell you not only about tea, but also the intricate rituals involved in drinking it. Tea appreciation encompasses not only an understanding of the important qualities of this revered leaf, but also the contemplative thoughts that tea drinking has inspired throughout Chinese history.
Enjoy a tea appreciation ceremony and tea pouring demonstration or lesson (by appointment) with a delicate dim sum lunch before a charming and delightful walk through Chinatown where you can revel in the mysteries of the Chinese culture.
JAAN is an internationally celebrated restaurant in Singapore that has established itself as a gastronomic platform with a reputation for handpicking and grooming exceptional culinary talents.
Born in South West Britain, Chef de Cuisine Kirk Westaway channels his deeply rooted passion for natural flavours that are reminiscent of his childhood in England. Applying the philosophy ’Reinventing British’, his perpetually evolving menu embodies a seasonal philosophy to showcase British dining in a modern, refreshing light.
Housed in the National Gallery Singapore, Odette is a timeless fine dining destination helmed by Chef Julien Royer and inspired by his grandmother, Odette. It is also a Michelin Guide Restaurant in Singapore.
This immersive six-day journey uncovers what this vibrant country has to offer. Inspired by the popular film, "Crazy Rich Asians" the luxury-driven itinerary will take you high atop one the most luxurious hotels in the world, to the humble home setting of the locals that is filled with character and gumption. The exclusive experiences will cover unique culinary tastings enhanced with commentary from a prominent local foodie personality, private mahjong lesson with an expert, endless shopping options that is especially tailored to suit each guest's preferences and don't forget the luxurious wellness / spa sessions. By the end of the trip, you will have a collage of beautiful, one-of-a kind, exclusive experience that you will never forget. This is based on minimum of 2 person travelling.
In this package, you will be taken into the journey to the North of Bali, Included in it are local Balinese Experiences thorough home stay, cooking classes, visits to Bali's sacred places. The journey will start from Ubud to Batukaru, Munduk, Lovina and back to Ubud.
Spend the time to explore the two major cities in China: Beijing and Shanghai. Be mesmerized by both cultural and historical aspects of the two cities along with all the delicious culinary finds throughout the program.
This package will take you through all the popular sites in Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and Hong Kong. It is especially designed for the foodie who not only love to eat but also love learn about the Chinese cuisine. Experience hands on cooking classes throughout different cities and discover what makes each of the special.
Embark on this nostalgic journey while we bring you to various heritage sites that not only have rich history behind it, but has also become Hong Kong's popular places that even the locals would visit.
Experience Singapore and Hong Kong through culture, food and cruise. Start your journey in Singapore with a day of Culture and Culinary Program before embarking on a cruise to the cosmopolitan city of Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, spend the day exploring all the important sites like Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay and Aberdeen. Close the day with a 45 minutes Symphony of Lights cruise to see the best view of Hong Kong with laser show display that illuminates the harbour.
See what Singapore has to offer. In your one day stay in this multicultural and vibrant city, you can choose from three different options: The Singapore Senses, Singapore the Garden City and Mystery of the Orient.
Discover Singapore in two of the richest aspects of the country: food and culture. The program starts with a brief history of Singapore through a drive around the Civic District, where modern Singapore began. It started as a master plan in 1822 by founder of Singapore Sir Stamford Raffles, the Civic District was urban planning at its best, with sections along the Singapore River marked for use and new buildings erected for the needs of a thriving trade post. For a different point of view, the clients will proceed to cruise the Singapore River. Next up are two of the largest cultural neighbourhoods of Singapore: Little India and Chinatown. Have an overview of the history of the migration of the Indians and Chinese into Singapore while exploring the areas and tasting some of the most unique food.
Embark on your journey from Singapore to Malaysia in this 3 Days 2 Nights Program. This overland adventure will take you through the beautiful and historical sites of Melaka and Cameron Highlands stopping at all the wonderful sights that are not to be missed.
It's no great secret that Singapore is a food obsessive's paradise. But while Singapore may be renowned for its famed chili crabs all over the world, these crustaceans rarely make the plate of a regular Singaporean lunch or dinner as these meals come with a hefty price tag. Instead, you're more likely to encounter chicken rice, char kway teow, bak chor mee, and a plethora of vibrantly delicious yet affordable hawker fare.
*This food tour package is operated by East West Planners Pte Ltd