Singapore Malaysia Thailand Tour Package


About Singapore Malaysia Thailand

Singapore the small city-state is described as a playground for the rich, featuring high-end shopping malls, luxury hotels, fine dining, and so much more. It is loaded with a vibrant history, diversity, family-friendly atmosphere and attractions, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations. The tiny island is also known as the land of contrasts due to the combination of Chinatown and Little India representing the ethnic diversity of respective countries and its cultures. So basically it has something for everyone to have a fantastic holiday. Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of Singapore tour packages from family tours to honeymoon tours, budget tours, cruises, luxury tours and packages customised for kids and senior citizens.

Popular Singapore Malaysia Thailand Tour Packages

Singapore Malaysia Thailand Tour Packages



Southeast Dhamaka Singapore Malaysia Thailand

10 Nights / 11 Days

₹ 1,31,640 Onwards

Dhamaka Singapore Malaysia Thailand with Cruise

12 Nights / 13 Days

₹ 1,57,180 Onwards

Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand With Genting Dream Cruise

13 Nights / 14 Days

₹ 1,64,490 Onwards

Malaysia is an excellent blend of Idyllic islands, fantastic food, peaceful beaches and vibrant cities. It is always said that "To Know Malaysia is to Love Malaysia. It is a meeting spot for various races and religions where Malays, Chinese, Indians and numerous other communities live here joyfully and peacefully. Primarily, multiculturalism has made Malaysia paradise and home of vivid celebrations. It is a perfect destination for spending your holidays and be awe-struck by winding rivers and incredible biodiversity all around.

Flamingo Transworld provides a variety of Malaysia tour packages with various combinations.

How to Reach Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand

Travelling to, from and within Southeast countries is a breeze thanks to the convenient connectivity via air, sea and road to various parts of the world. Let's take a look at how to reach Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand through multiple modes of transportation

Travelling to Singapore- Malaysia and Thailand by Air
Changi Airport is one of Asia's best-associated air terminals and is a significant centre point for worldwide aviation. Being an important gateway to Southeast Asia, all notable global aircraft fly into Singapore. 
An ideal way to arrive in Malaysia from India is via a flight. There are many non-stop flights from India to Malaysia. However, the Chennai-Malaysia flight is the quickest one with less than 4 hours. Malaysia has three significant airports, namely, Senai International Airport, Kota Kinabalu International Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
The most suitable option for one to reach Thailand is via a flight. Most Indian cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata offer direct flights to the country’s capital city - Bangkok. There are also routes available via 1 or 2 transit destinations, depends upon which airline you opt. 
You can take on direct flights from the following city airports and flights:
 Mumbai - Air India, Singapore Airlines 
 Delhi- Air India, Singapore Airlines
 Bangalore: IndiGo Airlines, Air India, Singapore Airlines 
 Chennai: IndiGo Airlines, Air India, Singapore Airlines

Travelling to Singapore- Malaysia and Thailand by Train

Singapore is connected to Malaysia, Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur by rail, with a course to Bangkok. There are three trains every day, including a sleeper. Trains leave from and land at the Tanjong Pagar MRT station Singapore.

Places to Visit in Singapore- Malaysia and Thailand

Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia are the three most popular destinations in South East Asia. Here are some of the best places to visit in Singapore-Malaysia and Thailand, let’s have a look at it. 

Gardens by the bay-Singapore

Located in the heart of Singapore's new downtown - Marina Bay; there are three waterfront gardens based on a futuristic theme, namely Bay South, Bay East and Bay Garden. This bay area of Singapore is spread over 101 hectares of prime land. This park brings the present world of Singapore in the form of beautiful, colourful and mesmerising flora and fauna.  
Gardens by the Bay are a multi-award winning horticultural spectacle offering magnificent waterfront views. The garden is famous for its super-sized trees which are nine to sixteen storeys tall. Try walking on the suspended bridge between two trees to get a bird's eye view of the entire garden. In the evening, you can choose to enjoy the sound and light show at the Gardens.

Jurong Bird Park- Singapore 

Jurong Bird Park has 9000 colourful birds of 600 species. The park will leave you delighted by treating you to a paradise of birds in different sizes and shapes. The park is managed by Wildlife Reserve Singapore. Located on the western slope of Jurong Hill, this park is an escape from the urban lifestyle and commotion of Singapore. Be entertained with the majestic Flamingo Lake and Penguin Coast where you can enjoy bunches of flightless birds. You can spend time feeding some of the birds as well as going behind the scenes to get a peek of incubation and nursing room for these birds.

Sentosa- Singapore

The southern coast has a man-made island called Sentosa built for recreational and fun activities. This island is famous for its food stalls – bars. There is a unique suspended bridge which takes you to a small offshore island. Some of the attractions for visitors of this island is Universal Studios, Sea Aquarium, Tiger Sky Tower and Butterfly-Insect kingdom. Sentosa has an indoor skydiving centre for that fresh burst of adrenaline and a mega-adventure park featuring steep zip line activities. You can get a bird’s eye view of the island from the Cable Car Sky Network.

Aquaria KLCC- Malaysia

Aquaria KLCC is a state of the art aquarium perched in the heart of the city under the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and just a stone's throw from the iconic Twin Towers. Visitors can witness sharks, beams and other marine animals swim past them. The course through the aquarium will take you past various zones like the Evolution Zone with Piranhas, the Riverbank Jungle and Otter Den, the wreck, mangrove animals and the living ocean. This place is considered the best aquarium in Malaysia and is a must-visit. Don't forget to explore this classic attraction on your next visit to Malaysia.

Genting Highlands- Malaysia

The Main Range- also poetically known as Banjaran Titiwangsa in Malay- is a ridge of granite mountains that form Malaysia's north-south backbone. This picturesque hill station is one of the most popular vacation spots in the country. You can also enjoy breathtaking cable car rides, or you can try whizzing past the rainforest on a Flying Fox. This place has everything your heart desires for a perfect holiday. 

Sunway Lagoon Theme park- Malaysia 

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is well-known for being the one-stop place for fun for all ages. With over 90 attractions spread across 88 acres, this fun-filled destination which offers the definitive theme park experience featuring Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park & Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon (Asia's 1st Nickelodeon Themed Arena). And once you step in, you cannot stop yourself from spending your entire day here! Experience the various dining options available at this classic theme park. If you need a place to rest your eyes and unwind, the Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa is right next door. 

4-Island tour - Thailand

The four-island tour is a popular day trip from Ao Nang, taking tourists to  Koh Poda, Koh Gai, Koh Tub and Koh Mor finally stopping at the excellent Phra Nang Cave Beach on the Railay Peninsula. This beach, inaccessible by road, is considered to be one of the most beautiful strips of sand in the world.

Coral Island- Thailand 

Coral Island, known as Koh Hae. It is a fascinating getaway destination located 3kms from Phuket. It houses two main beaches, Long Beach and Banana Beach. Try snorkelling off Banana Beach - venture far enough from Long Beach and you be mesmerised by the impressive coral reefs. At night this location is beautifully calm; by day it's quite busy with day-trippers. 

Things to do in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand 

All set to take-off? Here are some of the exciting things to do in Singapore-Malaysia and Thailand that will make for a memorable stay. 

Visit National Museum Singapore

The National Museum of Singapore is the oldest museum that inspires visitors with stories of the nation and the world. It was formerly known as Raffles Library and Museum. The museum was again opened to the public in 2006 after undergoing renovation for more than three years. Spanning an area of 18,400 sqm, it is now the biggest in the country, with exhibits that largely reflect the rich history of Singapore as well as Asia. Guests can explore more than 1,700 historical and social artefacts here at the museum.

Adventure sports at Sentosa- Singapore 

There are a lot of activities for thrill-seekers. You can participate in bungee jumping or skydiving, or even enjoy the giant swing that will take you 40m high.

Go climbing in the Batu caves- Malaysia

Batu Caves is one of the most visited tourist attractions known for its limestone hill dotted with numerous caves. These 100-year-old cave temple feature idols and statues located 11kms north of Kuala Lumpur. The caves have limestone formations on the inside and are believed to be 400 million years old. The temple is considered to be an important religious landmark by Hindus. It also features the Cathedral Cave – the largest cavern in Batu Caves which houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100-metre-high arched ceiling.

Cameron Highlands- Malaysia 

Cameron Highlands is one of the most popular of the highland retreats in Malaysia. Situated at right around 2,000 meters at its most noteworthy point, Camerons offers guests a fantastic atmosphere with temperatures averaging approximately 25°C and 18°C around evening. The township of Cameron is divided into Tanah Rata, Brinchang and Ringlet. Korosh Kabir, a colonial government surveyor, discovered this mountain plateau during a mapping expedition in 1885 and named it Cameron Highlands.

Go camping in Phi Phi Island- Thailand 

This coastal tourist destination has stunning white sand beaches, shining waters, cliffs and electrifying nightlife. One can take the boat rides to do island hopping, go scuba diving, hike to Phi Phi viewpoint, take long-tail boat rides, go street shopping, explore the nightlife, go strolling around the island or swim and laze by the beach.

Take a water taxi in Bangkok

One of the most convenient and exotic types of transport in Bangkok are boats. Various kinds of boats (express boats, river taxis and tail-boats) run up and down the Chao Phraya River. It is well-connected to local suburbs on the Thonburi side and along the river, while ferries can also be used to cross the river at various points. You can reach anywhere quickly by boat, bypassing the traffic on roads. 

Best time to visit Singapore- Malaysia and Thailand

When on the lookout for the best time to visit Singapore-Malaysia and Thailand, you have to consider the month, weather, and peak seasons. This will help you plan a holiday that will let you see more and worry less.
Singapore is a year-round destination without much difference in temperature. 

November to January & June to July are the

best time to visit Singapore and is also the peak season. The city sees a rush in tourism during the Christmas season and Chinese New Year while the Great Singapore Sale begins in June and lasts till the end of July. 

The best time to visit Malaysia is usually between March and early October when you can avoid the rain and the harsh humidity. Despite the abundant rains, January and February are also not a bad time to visit Malaysia. There are various celebrations like the Chinese New Year and Thaipusam celebrated during these months that merit a visit. 

The best time period to visit Thailand starts around November and goes on till March. The days are warm, making it a perfect destination for an outing at the beach or for checking out the numerous heritage sites. From April onwards the heat gets intense while rainy season kicks in during June.
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