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Southeast Asia’s Culinary & Cultural Melting Pots

PRIVATE TOUR - 15 DAY SAMPLE ITINERARY

FROM £$ 6679

Private Tour Highlights

  • Experience the world renowned cuisine of Singapore & Kuala Lumpur
  • Relax on the black sand beaches of Waiara
  • Climb the mountaintop stairway to View Kelimutu's green, blue, and black lakes
  • See the ultra-modern architecture of Kuala Lumpur
  • Journey to various temples steeped in history
  • Enjoy a blend of the big city with rainforest life
  • Float down the Tembeling River
  • See a magnificent view from the “Canopy Walk”
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Tour Overview

There are few better ways to pamper oneself than a trip such as this one. Starting in the culinary and cultural melting pots of Singapore and Kuala Lumpur; heavy weight “foodie” destinations that are also unrivaled examples of modern architecture, cleanliness and safety. From the shop-lined streets of Kuala Lumpur and Singapore you’ll head to the quieter quarters of Bali before relaxing on the volcanic black sands of Waiara Beach near Mt. Kelimutu.

Starting with a morning tour of the city’s architectural and cultural highlights, you’ll witness the progression of transformation over the course of Kuala Lumpur’s history. Working your way through the early architecture of Malay royalty to the splendor of British colonial buildings, you’ll witness the confluence of interests that created the unexpected beauty of modern Kuala Lumpur’s concrete and glass skyline.

On Bali, take a short journey to a rural village where you will be served a traditional breakfast at a local home. Then visit Pura Kehen, a temple constructed in the 13th century. Once you step through the ‘Kori Agung’ you will notice elephant sculptures, which is intriguing for anything built in that time period considering elephants were not native to Bali. The inner compound is guarded by a ‘Naga,’ or dragon, which has a mystical stone inside. The stone is said to have glowed red hot once the site of the temple had been decided. From here you will travel to Kintamani to have lunch overlooking volcanic Mount Batur, and Lake Batur in its crater.

So stunned were the Portuguese explorers that came upon Kelimutu in the 16th Century, they could think of no other moniker than ‘Flores,’ which means “flowers.” Little has diminished the unvarnished natural beauty of this central Indonesian island since. There is a seemingly inexhaustible supply of breathtaking flora, pristine beaches and volcanic activity making this destination one of the more exciting stops along the Pacific Ring of Fire. Begin your trip surrounded by the unequaled bio-diversity of the coral reef off the tranquil Waiara beach before continuing to the other worldly sparseness on the summit of Mt. Egon. From there, drive to Mt. Kelimutu to view the three crater lakes, ‘The Old Man’, ‘The Young Maiden’ and ‘The Enchanted One’. Each lake, though separated only by a crater wall, exhibits not only a different color, but a constantly shifting palette depending on the mineral content of the volcanic gas venting through the water.

Inclusions
Price Includes:
Regional and domestic airfare from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur to Denpasar and round trip Denpasar to Maumere, Hotel accommodation including continental or buffet breakfast, Private transfers between airports and hotels with assistance and baggage handling, Guided tours in English including all entrance fees, All private transfers & tours in Malaysia with English speaking driver/guide, Meals where specified (food only), Local airport taxes that are payable in the country of destination are not included. Taxes and security fees that can be paid at time of ticketing are already included in the quote (if airfare has been included in the quote)

Bali Excursions;
Bumbu Bali Cooking Class
Your day starts with an early morning trip to the local market. Here you will procure the delicacies that you will be learning to prepare, and you will get to take part in the bustle that is a daily routine for many of the locals. After the market, take a trip to the beach to visit a local fisherman and collect the freshest fish for your upcoming lesson. You will then return to Bumbu Bali Restaurant and Cooking School for a traditional breakfast and lesson in Balinese cooking. After sampling your lunch, you will have the remainder of your day at leisure.

Lembongan Island Beach Club Cruise:
Embark on an all-day adventure that begins with a cruise to Lembongan Island. Here you will have the option of relaxing on the beach, or enjoying many of the activities exclusively for Beach Club Cruisers. You can take a glass bottom boat ride to the reef surrounding the island; go snorkeling in the gorgeous waters; or simply soak up the sun pool side or on the beach. There is staff on hand to entertain children with snorkeling instructions, games, and even a treasure hunt. Morning and afternoon snacks and tea will be provided, as well as a delicious BBQ lunch at the pool-side cabana.

Northern Bali Tour
Take a morning drive to the northern remote shores of Bali for a picturesque sunrise opportunity. Continue with a trip to Lovina Beach. Relax and have lunch on the black and grey volcanic sands before journeying up the mountain to Ulun Danu Water temple on Lake Bratan in Bedugul. On the way pass Lake Buyan and Tamblignan to view flora that only grows in this region. On the way back to your hotel, stop at a local flower and fruit market to get a taste of the luscious tropical fruits that Bali is known for.

Penang Half-Day Tours
Tropical Spice Garden and Butterfly Farm Tour
Uncover this treasure trove of more than 500 living specimens of lush and exotic flora from all over the tropical world, including the faintly aromatic torch ginger from Indonesia, useful indigenous spices from Malaysia, colourful Amazonian bromeliads, strange palms from the Seychelles, heliconias from Ecuador and exotic ferns from Tropical America. Stop over at the Batik Factory (a local cottage industry) for a brief introduction of batik printing. Proceed to the Penang Butterfly Farm which is home to 3000 living specimens from over 50 species of colourful butterflies, frogs, scorpions and other insects. Take a slow drive to the tranquil fishing villages of Teluk Bahang where you will have a brief stop at a local fruit stall to show you some of the spices as well as some of the local fruit available in season.

Georgetown Heritage Tour
Explore the streetd of George Town and its rich heritage. Admire the intricate carving, woodwork and porcelain décor of Khoo Kongsi, established in 1835. After that, continue to visit Yap Kongsi and Ciji Templ and a Taoist Temple dedicated to the Nan’an patrin deity. You will also be taken to Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple, which was the Hokkien secret society headquarters in the mid-19th century. Last but not least, continue to visit the world renowned Pinang Peranakan Mansion, which houses over 1,000 pieces of antiques and collectible items of the era on display.

Georgetown Orientation Tour
George Town, the capital city of Penang was named after King George III of England, is an interesting blend of the old and new. It is worth to note that Penang has one of the largest Colonial Buildings in Southeast Asia. Tours includes a stop at Fort Cornwallis, built in 1808. Fort Cornwallis also marks the spot where Sir Francis Light first landed on this island. You will be driven through Streets of Harmony, which houses the Anglican Church, Kuan Yin Chinese Temple, Mahamariaman Indian Temple and Kapital Keling Mosque. Followed by a visit to the State Museum, built in 1821, which houses a fine collection of old photographs, maps, charts and pass by the colorful Little India and bustling Chinatown. Next, stop at the world’s fourth largest reclining Buddha statue at Wat Chayamangkalaram.

Notes:
* A high season surcharge may apply during the Lebaran and Vesak festivals, as well as for the months of July – September, and December 15th – January 15th.

* Additional supplements may apply during the weeks immediately preceding and following the Lunar (Chinese) New Year. The dates vary each year, but fall sometime between January 21st and February 20th:
2016 – Monday, February 8th
2017 – Saturday, January 28th
2018 – Friday, February 16th

* In March, Bali celebrates the Hindu New Year, known as Nyepi (silent) Day. There will be no flights arriving or departing, no lights on the street and people are prohibited to go outside their house. Travelers who are staying on the island may participate in activities in their hotel only:
2016 – Wednesday, March 9th
2017 – Tuesday, March 28th
2018 – Saturday, March 17th
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Pricing Details
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Double £$5816 £$6679 £$7461 £$9449
Single £$9182 £$10901 £$12442 £$16227

Prices shown above are per person. Hotel categories do not adhere strictly to international ratings; Yampu has evaluated the hotels according to destination and availability. Prices include local airfare (where applicable), hotel accommodation including daily breakfast; all transfers with baggage handling, all guided tours in English and all entrance fees.

Please note that prices are subject to change based on availability and seasonality, especially during the holiday season from December 20th through January 5th each year. Please contact a Yampu Travel Specialist for more information on best times to travel.

Trip Type:

All our trips are operated on a private basis unless specified otherwise. This is only a sample itinerary; your Yampu Tour Consultant will personalize this trip for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!

Tour Itinerary

Day
1

International Flight to Singapore

Overnight international flight to Singapore.

Overnight international flight to Singapore.

Day
2

Arrival in Singapore

Upon arrival in Singapore, airport reception and transfer to the hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.

Upon arrival in Singapore, airport reception and transfer to the hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.

Day
3

Singapore City Tour

This morning, explore the city by driving around the Civic District, passing by the Padang, Cricket Club, historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. Stop at Merlion Park and enjoy the impressive views of Marina Bay. Do not miss out on this picture-taking opportunity with The Merlion, a mythological creature that is part lion and part fish. Then visit Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore's oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples. Proceed from there to the National Orchid Garden, located within Singapore Botanic Gardens, which boasts a sprawling display of 60,000 orchid plants. The final stop at Little India will entrance guests with the scent of joss sticks, jasmine and spices. Enjoy the remainder of the day exploring or relaxing.

Then this evening, enjoy a set Chinese dinner with seafood in a restaurant situated along the Singapore River. After dinner, continue to the world's largest fountain, stopping at Benjamin Sheares Bridge en route to take in the beautiful sight of the central business district. Advance to Bugis Street or other night bazaars, where the guide will take guests for a stroll at the night market or "pasar malam" where some bargains will be found. The last stop for the evening will be at Raffles Hotel for a taste of Singapore's very own concoction, the "Singapore Sling."

Note: Ladies should not wear short dresses or clothes that expose their backs, as there is a stop at a Chinese Temple. The dress code for the evening tour is smart casual.
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Day
4

Visit to Raffles Hotel

Enjoy a leisurely morning before starting the afternoon tour where it all began, at Raffles Landing Site where Sir Stamford Raffles is believed to have first stepped ashore in 1819. Continue from there to an exhibit that traces the history of the Singapore River before stopping at Raffles Hotel, where several activities were held for high-society in the 1800's. Here, enjoy a cake and tea set before boarding a bumboat and cruising along the historic Singapore River. Disembark at Clarke Quay, a riverside festival village and the largest conservation area along the Singapore River. Check out the various dining options in the restored go downs. Then transfer to the airport for a flight to Kuala Lumpur. Reception at airport and transfer to the hotel.

Note: Gentlemen should wear shirts or collared t-shirts paired with appropriate long pants and ladies should wear dresses, skirts or pants to the Raffles Hotel. Singlets, shorts, sandals, slippers, and pool attire are not permitted.
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Day
5

Mosques and Temples of Kuala Lumpur

Enjoy the morning at leisure before being transferred to a local Indian restaurant for lunch this afternoon. Following lunch, enjoy a privately guided tour of Kuala Lumpur's highlights consisting of both historic and modern architectures. This private walking tour will include the Jamek Mosque, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Central Market, the Sze Ya Temple and the Chan See Shu Yuen Clan House.

As the evening falls, enjoy a tour through the open air bazaar of Chinatown, including the Sri Mahamariamman Temple. The oldest and richest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur, Sri Mahamariamman Temple was founded in 1873 and sits at the edge of Chinatown. Continue from there to a local Malay restaurant to enjoy a cultural show and a buffet dinner of local dishes. Following dinner and the show, return to the hotel in the late evening.

Note: The Jamek Mosque is closed on Fridays. Please consider the tour today is done primarily on foot, so wearing comfortable walking shoes is recommended.
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Day
6

Discovering Textiles and Visit to Kuala Selangor

This afternoon, enjoy a trip to the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, passing Istana Sharif Ali and Malay villages on the way to Royal Selangor. This tour features the largest and most modern pewter factory in the world, reputed internationally for its high quality and craftsmanship. The different processes, such as casting, filing, polishing, soldering, hammering and engraving will be showcased during the factory tour.

Next, continue to a Batik factory to see how Batik is designed and printed. The last stop is at the limestone hills of Batu Caves. Comprised of three caverns and several smaller caves, Batu Caves is the shrine of Lord Murga, a Hindu deity. Climb a flight of 272 steps to the Temple Cave, where many Hindus pay their devotions, and visit the Museum Cave to view images of deities, and murals depicting scenes from the Hindu scriptures.

From there, drive to Kuala Selangor, a coastal village well known for its fireflies. Kuala Selangor is a typical agricultural village surrounded by fruit orchards, oil palms and coconut plantations. It is located on the Selangor River, where, just after dusk, fireflies will appear in thousands. Cruise upstream on a boat to see the spectacular display on the mangrove trees and enjoy dinner at a local seafood restaurant. Then return to the hotel for the evening.
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7

Kuala Lumpur – Bali

Transfer to the airport for a flight to Bali. Upon arrival, reception and transfer to the hotel in Ubud. The remainder of the day is at leisure.

Transfer to the airport for a flight to Bali. Upon arrival, reception and transfer to the hotel in Ubud. The remainder of the day is at leisure.

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Day
8

Visit to Pura Kehen

This morning, a warm welcome awaits at a Balinese home, where a traditional breakfast will be served with Balinese coffee or tea. Walk through the local farms to experience the real life of Balinese farmers working in the rice fields. Learn more about the simple and traditional irrigation system called Subak, and the process of rice growing, from planting the seedlings, to harvesting, and even cooking the rice.


The next stop is Pura Kehen, which was constructed in the 13th century. Stepping through the "Kori Agung" (stone capped gateway), there are elephant sculptures, which is unusual for a building of that age, as elephants are not a native species of Bali. Once inside the temple, there is a small compound which is guarded by a mythical "Naga" (dragon) that has a magic stone inside it. Apparently, the stone glowed red hot once the site of the temple had been decided. Following this fascinating local insight, continue to Kintamani where guests can enjoy lunch overlooking Mount Batur, an active volcano, and picturesque Lake Batur. Return to the hotel and enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.
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Day
9

Bali – Maumere

Transfer to the airport for a flight to Maumere. Reception at airport and transfer to hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure along the volcanic black sands of Waiara Beach, one of Asia's premier dive destinations.

Transfer to the airport for a flight to Maumere. Reception at airport and transfer to hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure along the volcanic black sands of Waiara Beach, one of Asia's premier dive destinations.

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Day
10

Scaling Mt. Egon

Drive to the Waigate District to hike the impressive Mt. Egon. The barren, sparsely vegetated summit region has a 350m (1150 ft) wide and 200m (650 ft) deep crater that might contain a lake, depending on the time of year. After trekking along the summit of Mt. Egon, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before continuing to the nearby town of Moni. Check in at the hotel and enjoy an evening at leisure.

Drive to the Waigate District to hike the impressive Mt. Egon. The barren, sparsely vegetated summit region has a 350m (1150 ft) wide and 200m (650 ft) deep crater that might contain a lake, depending on the time of year. After trekking along the summit of Mt. Egon, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before continuing to the nearby town of Moni. Check in at the hotel and enjoy an evening at leisure.

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Day
11

Tour of the Kelimutu Volcano

Enjoy a tour of Kelimutu Volcano. Upon arrival at the volcano, enjoy a scenic 1.5km (about 1 mile) hike culminating with a mountaintop stairway that brings guests to the perfect spot to view Kelimutu's green, blue, and black lakes. This afternoon, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before transferring to the hotel in Maumere and eating dinner. The remainder of the evening is at leisure.

Enjoy a tour of Kelimutu Volcano. Upon arrival at the volcano, enjoy a scenic 1.5km (about 1 mile) hike culminating with a mountaintop stairway that brings guests to the perfect spot to view Kelimutu's green, blue, and black lakes. This afternoon, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before transferring to the hotel in Maumere and eating dinner. The remainder of the evening is at leisure.

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Day
12

Maumere - Bali

Transfer to Maumere Airport for a flight to Bali. Reception at airport and transfer to the hotel in Seminyak. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.

Transfer to Maumere Airport for a flight to Bali. Reception at airport and transfer to the hotel in Seminyak. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.

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Day
13

Cruise to Lembongan Island

Depart in the morning for a relaxing cruise to Lembongan Island on one of Bali's most luxurious catamarans. Cruise to Crystal Bay, a secluded stretch of beach on Lembongan Island that is solely accessible to passengers of the Aristocat. Enjoy the feeling of being washed ashore while surrounded by crystal clear water. The bay is home to some of Indonesia's most pristine coral reef and is teeming with tropical marine life that can be observed while snorkeling. Enjoy a delicious BBQ lunch on the beach and sail back in the late afternoon, catching a perfect sunset before arriving at Benoa Harbor. Upon arrival, privately transfer back to the hotel.

Note: If the Bumbu Bali Cooking Class or the Northern Bali Tour is preferred instead of the Lembongan Island Tour, please contact a travel consultant.
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Day
14

Tour of Tanah Lot

Spend the morning on the beach before an afternoon tour to Tanah Lot. The first stop is Taman Ayun, also known as the Royal Family Temple. The temple dates back to the Mengwi Kingdom in 1634, and is surrounded by a mote, beautiful gardens and a pond. Continue to Alas Kedaton Temple, which is located in the famed "Monkey Forest" of Tabanan. Its towering nutmeg trees are unique to this area and are sacred to the Balinese people. The monkeys here are very tame and may be seen jumping up and down the temple wall, or bathing in the moat.

Continue in the late afternoon to Tanah Lot, Bali's most photographed temple. The temple is perched on a little rocky islet that is inaccessible during high tides. At sunset, when the tides are low, walk to visit the temple and watch the sun dip into the ocean. Return to the hotel after sunset.
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Day
15

International Flight Home

Transfer to the airport for a flight home or an optional Yampu Tours add-on.

Transfer to the airport for a flight home or an optional Yampu Tours add-on.

Singapore

Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Bali, Ubud, Gianyar, Indonesia

Maumere, Uneng City, Sikka Regency, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

moni, indonesia

Bali, Seminyak, Badung Regency, Indonesia

Places You'll See

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    Singapore

    From nature and wildlife, to skyscrapers and shopping malls, Singapore has it all. Head to its east coast for beautiful beaches, enjoy the flavors of different Asian cuisine, and find peace in the National Orchid Garden. Do some winter sports at Snow City, a permanent indoor snow center, or water sports like waterskiing and canoeing.

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    Kuala Lumpur

    The cultural melting pot of Kuala Lumpur is overflowing with things to see and do. Look up in amazement at the Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest twin buildings in the world. See a show at one of the wonderful theaters and performance halls, like the KL Philharmonic. Take a walking tour through the old colonial center, or shop at the many shopping malls.

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    Ubud (Bali)

    For an artistic, cultural, and relaxing experience like none other, visit the town of Ubud. Famous for its arts and crafts, the town offers several art courses at places like the Five Art Studio Keliki Ubud. Or cooking classes at Pissari Bali Cafe. Take a bike ride through the bamboo forest, or visit the Pura Gunung Kawi Temple. Or take some time to relax at one of the numerous spas.

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    Moni

    On the island of Flores is the small town of Moni. Close to the Mount Kelimutu volcano, Moni is a unique destination. Visit the volcanic lakes whose colors change throughout the day located at the top of the mountain, before descending back down to see some exquisite waterfalls and natural hot springs. Maybe make a monkey friend along the way.

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    Seminyak (Bali)

    As one of the most beautiful beach towns in Bali, Seminyak has lots to offer. Enjoy the high end spas and boutiques, or catch a stunning sunset on Seminyak Beach. The beaches are also great for snorkeling and horseback riding. For the thrill seekers, go for a nighttime bungee jump.

Hotel Options

3 Star Properties

Singapore : Oasia Hotel

Singapore : Capri Hotel

Singapore : York Hotel

Singapore : Albert Court Village

Kuala Lumpur : Parkroyal Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur : Renaissance Kuala Lumpur

Bali-Ubud : Arma Hotel

Bali Ubud Area : Bebek Tepi Sawah Villas

Bali Ubud Area : Jungle Retreat by Kupu-Kupu Barong

Bali Seminyak Area : Tony’s Villa

Bali Seminyak Area : Villa Lumbung

4 Star Properties

Singapore : The Quincy

Singapore : Pan Pacific

Singapore : Swissotel The Stamford

Kuala Lumpur : Berjaya Times Square Hotel

Kuala Lumpur : InterContinental Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur : Parkroyal Serviced Suites Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur : Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel

Bali Ubud Area : Komaneka at Rasa Sayang

Bali Ubud Area : Alaya Resort

Bali Ubud Area : Kamandalu Resort & Spa

Bali Ubud Area : Warwick Ibah Luxury Villas & Spa

Maumere/Kelimutu : Sea World Club Beach Resort

Moni : Kelimutu Ecolodge

Moni : Bintang Lodge

Bali Seminyak Area : Bali Niksoma Boutique Beach Resort

Bali Seminyak Area : The Trans Resort Bali

Bali Seminyak Area : The Wolas

5 Star Properties

Singapore : The Fullerton Bay

Singapore : Four Seasons

Singapore : Shangri-La Hotel Singapore

Singapore : Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa

Kuala Lumpur : E & O Residences Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur : JW Marriott

Kuala Lumpur : The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur : The Westin Kuala Lumpur

Bali Ubud Area : Maya Ubud

Bali Ubud Area : Uma Ubud Hotel

Bali Ubud Area : Komaneka Bisma

Bali Ubud Area : Komaneka Tanggayuda

Bali Seminyak Area : The Kunja Villa

Bali Seminyak Area : The Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa

Luxury Properties

Singapore : Raffles

Singapore : Capella (Sentosa)

Kuala Lumpur : Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur : The Ritz Carlton

Kuala Lumpur : Villa Samadhi Kuala Lumpur

Bali Ubud Area : The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah

Bali Seminyak Area : Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa

Bali Seminyak Area : The Oberoi Bali Hotel

Testimonials

Fritz M

Traveled February, 2013

All in all, this was a great trip

All in all, this was a great trip. I am reminded of something I read in a travel book some years ago which said Here’s what I love about travel; strangers get a chance to amaze you. In Myanmar, I found myself constantly amazed. I would love to go back and pick up the areas of the country that I missed on this trip and spend more time in the sites that I found to be particularly interesting and which required more time than I had on this trip to do them justice. I think things will begin to change rapidly in Myanmar now that liberalization has begun. I appreciate all the work Yampu staff put into developing this custom itinerary for me, and I wish all of you great success in building your business in Myanmar.

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Rosalie W.

Traveled November, 2014

Though our time was short, our agent was able to include all our requested stops

A friend & I just completed a 10 day tour of Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand) that was compiled by Yampu Tours. Though our time was short, our agent was able to include all our requested stops while adding some very interesting side tours, all within our budget. Everything and everyone we encountered were great: guides, hotels, flights, train, food, tours, and service.

Pamela

Traveled August, 2014

I will definitely think of Yampu when I plan my next vacation.

I will definitely think of Yampu when I plan my next vacation. The English speaking guides in Thailand were excellent. Our entire trip was flawless and we will always remember this vacation

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