Take a spicy adventure from Singapore to Thailand, via Malaysia.
From the steamy streets of Singapore to the pulsating tourist mecca of Bangkok, this adventure will see your tastebuds tingle on Singaporean laksa, heart soar while scaling Kuala Lumpur's tallest tower, spirit warmed by a cup of Cameron Highland's tea and body challenged while hiking, climbing and tubing around Khao Sok National Park. From bustling big cities to isolated islands, everything in between Singapore and Bangkok is exciting and exhilarating, combining ancient tradition and new-age impulses into one unforgettable journey.
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Enjoy the best of both worlds – expert local guidance balanced with flexibility and freedom. Get your bearings with orientation walks in each city, then free time to make your own discoveries
Escape to the fresh air and verdant rolling hills of the Cameron Highlands. This is where the British found reprieve from the balmy confines of the jungle during colonial times
The rainforests of Khao Sok National Park are positively brimming with colour and ambience – an experience with wildlife you won't forget
With 13 days to feast on Singaporean, Malaysian and Thai food, you'll be in a world of flavour. Hit the night markets – always the best for finding the freshest and most delicious local cuisine
Its famous curry is delicious, but there's more to Penang than sugar and spice. Your adventure through the cultural mecca of Georgetown includes entry to the excellent Penang State Museum and Art Gallery
There is a lot of distance to cover across these three countries, so there are some long journeys, by both private and public bus. While it can be tiring, it's a chance to sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery. There will be many chances to stop and stretch your legs and take photos.
Your overnight sleeper train to Bangkok is comfortable but with basic facilities. This mode of travel is a favourite for many travellers to South East Asia – well worth the bumps!
This trip is perfect for independent travellers who appreciate a bit of room to make their own choices. There's free time in each location so you can pick and choose the activities that suit you best.
1. Please note this trip finishes on day 13 at the Bangkok train station. Please book your International flight after 12 midday to allow sufficient time in the event of train delays.
2. A Single Supplement to have your own room is available on this trip and excludes nights 10 (raft house) and 12 (overnight train) where you will be in shared accommodation.
Our Singapore to Bangkok Adventure trips score an average of 4.26 out of 5 based on 43 reviews in the last year.
travel light, you can accummulate things as you go along the tour.
Review submitted 01 May 2017
A very interesting trip.. I would have preferred places that specialised in typical Malaysian food.
Review submitted 29 Apr 2017