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.
8:00 – 9:00: Head out of Port in the morning and reach Cai Be Jetty around 10:00 where the crew will be ready to welcome you aboard with cold towels and a refreshing drink while the Luxurious Sampan sets off for its leisurely cruise on the busy waterways of the Mekong Delta. Observe from the comfort of your sampan life as it plays out on the riverbanks the people, the stunning landscapes while your attentive crew serves you tea and seasonal fruit. Visit an ancient house built in the 19th century. We’ll make stops along the way to explore local cottage industries including the making of coconut candy and puffed rice (the local equivalent of popcorn). Your cruise ends at Le Longanier Restaurant. Lunch is served in this exquisite colonial-style villa set in a lush tropical garden by the river and surrounded by fruit trees, giving you a sense of privileged life during Indochinese times. After lunch, re-board and continue your cruise towards Vinh Long, via the Dong Phu Canal, before arriving at Binh Hoa Phuoc and An Binh, small islands renowned for their fruit orchards. Stop on the way to visit historic An Binh Church. After crossing the Co Chien River, your sampan docks at Vinh Long Pier at around 16:30, where driver awaits for the ride back Ship Port.
*Note: Actual itinerary may vary depending upon river tide, arrival time or other conditions.
Inclusion: Private 7s Transfer pick up/ drop off, Expert English Speaking Guide, 3-hour Cruising, Lunch at Le Longanier Restaurant, Sightseeing Fees, Cold towels, seasonal fruit and hot tea, authorization to enter the port.
Exclusion: Beverage, Tips, Personal Expense, Others not mentioned above.
|The overland transfer duration is 2.5 hrs. The Longji terraces area is famous for the excessively large number of terraced rice paddy fields on its mountain, which have created an intricate pattern on the hillsides. Set amongst the villages of the minorities Zhuang and Yao, the area allows for easy to moderate walking/hiking possibilities along and up hillsides to view the panoramas of the terraced rice fields, as well as glimpse the rural life and style of architecture found in the forest-fringed villages. Longji means 'Dragon Backed Mountain'. When the paddies are full of water in spring, it is said to resemble the scales on the back of a dragon. The fields are beautiful all year round, in the early stages when filled with water, and as the rice grows and matures, changing colours as it does so. Winter may also see snow.|
A must-see attraction in Lijiang City, Yulong Snow Mountain is made up of 13 peaks with the highest one, Shanzidou, rising 5596 meters above sea level. The mountain range stretches 35 kilometers from north to south and 15 kilometers from west to east. the snowy and fog-shrouded mountain looks like a giant jade dragon seen from Lijiang Old Town, hence the name "Jade Dragon Snow Mountain". Next take Spruce Meadow Ropeway and visit the Blue Moon Valley. Seen from a distance, it resembles a blue crescent moon inlaid at the foot of the mountain.
The Dingling Tomb is one of the tombs at the Ming Dynasty Tombs site. It belongs to Wanli Emperor, the thirteenth emperor who occupied the throne during the Ming Dynasty for 48 years, the longest among all of the emperors of the Ming Dynasty. The Dingling tomb is the only Ming Dynasty Tombs to have been excavated. The tomb has great historical value, and consist of main features such as the Stone Bridge, Soul Tower, Baocheng and the Underground Palace, which was unearthed between 1956 and 1958. The Soul Tower forms the entrance to the underground chambers and is a symbol of the tomb.
Welcome to Tropical Spice Garden, the place where nature and culture meet. Tropical Spice Garden is a bio-diverse living museum of the spices and other tropical plants that have shaped our global history. The six landscaped acres of the garden is a treasure trove of more than 500 living specimens of lush and exotic flora from around the world. The school – the first of its kind in Penang – features Nyonya, Malay, Indian-Malay, Thai, Penang Street food and Asian Vegetarian cuisines. Our classes begin with a live guided tour, curated to offer a deeper insight into the use of herbs and spices through generations for healing, health and to create a myriad of rich flavours.
In morning light, we will across Penang Bridge which links the Penang Island to the Mainland and head to the world-renowned centre dedicated to the care of Malaysia’s ORANGUTAN. Upon arrival, the Lake Cruisers will ferry us to the Orang Utan Island via a 15-minute boat ride. (Journey from Penang Island takes about 1.5 hours’ drive)
Once on the island, your orangutan journey will begin on a 100-meter steel cage tunnel, which will lead you to their lush home. Here, you will get an up-close and personal look at how they live and interact with their surroundings and each other. (2 hours onsite tour incl. boat rides)
Next, we proceed to some local fishing villages for a fresh seafood feast.
After lunch, we can then explore the quaint rural coastal fishing village on foot. (30 minutes tour onsite)
Then, we may proceed to a traditional charcoal making brick kiln and photography the scenes of the local people at work. (30 minutes tour onsite)
Enjoy a walk at the Botanic Gardens, where over half a million species of plant life thrive over a spread of 52 hectares of land. The crown jewel within the Botanic Gardens, is the National Orchid Garden. Not only it is a masterpiece of the garden design, Singapore Botanic and Orchid Garden is honoured as a UNESCO heritage site in May 2015. Learn more about the Vanda Miss Joachim, the national orchid flower that came to be when Singapore gained its independence from Malaysia in 1965.
Currently, the Gardens' mission includes providing botanical and horticultural support for the nation's greening plans, being a centre for plant taxonomic and biodiversity research in the region, as well as a recreational and educational attraction.
Denpasar is the small city which has many thing to see and places of interest to visit. See the Bali Museum in which we can learn the history, culture and tradition of Bali. The museum is located just in the center of Denpasar, next to the Puputan Square. Puputan square is the place where the battle of people of Denpasar against the Dutch colonial. This place also marked as the zero point of Bali. We will also have a chance to see the beautiful temple of Jagatnatha next to the Bali Museum. And then we proceed to Pagutan village – a peaceful village surrounded by rice field and the people still keep their tradition. Here we will stroll a little bit in the village so you can learn a little bit about the concept of Balinese Village and the unique lay out and architect of traditional Balinese compound before we drive back to the harbour.
Day-use room for bookings with same day check-ins and check-outs.
Explore Danum Valley and be surrounded my nature and serenity as you experience pristine ambiance of the rainforest. Trek through the Ancient rainforest rich in flora and fauna and search for Borneo's nocturnal animal and watch the sunrise over the valley on your last morning.
Spend 3 days exploring and learning the culture of Sawarak and meet the Orang Utans at the Semenggoh Orang Utan Centre. Learn more about the Iban longhouse communities and experience some of the activities at the longhouse.
Spend 3 days exploring and learning the culture of Sawarak at the Iban Longhouse and Batang Ai. Have dinner with a host family and listen to the stories of the locals. Trek the trails along Jelia River and spot orang utans swinging from branch to branch and other exotic wildlife creatures.
This is a tour package that features the highlights of Borneo packed into 15 days of adventure and sightseeing with a mixture of the city, the waters and nature.
This is a tour package that features the highlights of Borneo packed into 13 days of adventure and sightseeing with a mixture of the city, the waters and nature.
- Arrival and departure transfers
- All tour proposed in the itinerary
- Meals as specified
- Entrance fees
- All tours based on English speaking guide
- Other personal expense
- Other meals and beverage not mentioned at guest's own expense
- Camera fee and items not mentioned
* Rates are current and subject to change. Tour itinerary is subjected to change depending on weather and river condition.
Explore the islands of Philippines in Cebu, Siargao and Bohol
Embark on your island adventure in Koh Samui, Thailand. Be surrounded by the natural beauty of the island and its nature both land and sea. Discover the wildlife in the deep forest and plantations along with the wide variety of marine animals on day trips to the neighbouring islands and marine park. The beauty of the island awaits!
When in Singapore, a visit to Gardens by the Bay is a must. This 101 hectares garden will leave you in awe. You have the option to visit any one of the two conservatory - Cloud Forest Dome or Flower Dome.
Discover different species of animals, their habitats and conservation in an enclosed environment. Boasting 4 Natural Wildlife reserve parks, Singapore offers a learning and discovery of the animal kingdom in a fun way.