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Outskirts of Singapore

Desaru Coast – Malaysia

Duration: Overnight Stay
Overview: By road Desaru Coast is closer to Singapore by road around 1 hour 30 minutes and from Kuala Lumpur around 4 hours to Desaru Coast. Desaru Coast has one of the world's biggest waterparks.

Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark
Set against the backdrop of a Malaysian fishing village, visitors can immerse themselves in the largest wave pool in Southeast Asia and experience the first water coaster in the region. It features a unique mix of over 20 different wet and dry rides offering something for everyone. It also consists of 5 splash-tacular zones to explore, namely Penawar Falls, Renawar River, Shipwreck Reef, Tidal Wave Beach and Kids Ahoy.

A 23 acre waterfront landscaped retail and lifestyle village located in the heart of Desaru Coast, offering exciting retail outlets, restaurants, cafes and entertainment outlets. Desaru Coast Riverside is also a central hub offering activities such as carnivals, bazaars and cultural events that reflect the Malaysian culture.

Morning Johor Bahru with Buffet Lunch

Duration: 8 Hours
Overview: This tour begins with a visit to the Mandai Orchid Garden. Next you will experience the border crossing via the Causeway to Malaysia. Once there, we will visit the Abu Bakar Mosque, Malay village, Sultan Ibrahim building, Sultan Museum and Boutique shop. Lunch will be at Johor Bahru before heading back to Singapore. This tour ends at DFS Scottwalk Galleria.

Malacca Malaysia Day Trip

Duration: Full Day
Overview: Visit Malaysia's most historical city, which has seen the rise and fall of major empires struggling to retain their foothold in the region. Malacca was governed by the Malay Sultanate, Portuguese, Dutch and British who have left behind a wealth of the past, evident in Malacca medieval charm, picturesque buildings, multi-racial population and narrow streets.

This private tour includes a visit to historic sites such as St. Paul's Hill where St. Francis Xavier was interned, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple - oldest Chinese temple in Malaysia and Porta De Santiago - the Portuguese fortress. Enjoy a Malaysian lunch in Malacca.

Round Island Tour with lunch

Duration: 7 Hours
Overview: Gain an interesting insight into Chinese mythology characters, legends and folklore at the Har Par Villa. Then, continue your journey northwards to the Kranji War Memorial which commemorates over 20,000 men and women who gave their lives for freedom in World War II. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before proceeding to Bright Hill Temple, a famous Chinese ancestral place of worship. Drive past the Johore Battery and view a replica 15 inch 'Monster Gun', the largest to be installed outside Britain during World War II. The final stop is at Changi Chapel and Museum. The Museum focuses on the memories and lives of both POWs and civilian internees who survived the Japanese Occupation, while the Changi Chapel is a symbolic replica of the original chapel found in the Changi Prison.

One Way Coach Ticket from Singapore to Malacca

Duration:4 Hour 30 Minutes
Overview: Board a luxury VIP Coach for a one way transfer from Singapore to Malacca. An English assistant service will also be available (after Malaysia Immigration) to assist with hotel drop offs at Malacca (selected hotels).

One Way Coach Ticket Singapore to Kuala Lumpur

Duration: 6 Hours
Overview: One way transfer from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur in a 29 seat Luxury Exclusive coach, a semi-deck coach with 2 by 1 sitting configuration. All seats are on the upper deck. On board the coach you will be entertained with an individual LCD screen in front of every seat, featuring the latest movies from the multi-channels video broadcasting system. Different channels will be assigned to shows of different genre and languages. A light meal (local food) will served on board and an English assistant service is available throughout the journey. The coach will go via a 2nd link (Tuas) to Malaysia without changing of coach at checkpoint.

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