A Combined Malaysia and Singapore Tour

Friday, June 03, 2022

A Combined Malaysia and Singapore Tour | A combined Malaysia and Singapore tour is wonderful and a memorable holiday. There are so many things to do and so many places to visit that even a week may not be enough. The amazing network of buses that operate in Singapore and Malaysia has to be seen to be believed. There are great islands, historic towns, wildlife sanctuaries, exotic markets, modern shopping malls, museums and amusement parks that tourists can never just have enough of.   

Tourists need to plan their holiday meticulously and decide on the best places to visit. Based on the prepared itinerary, tourists can book individual bus tickets online and get a bus ticket for each destination. They can even land in Singapore and then take buses to Malaysia, working their way up north from each tourist spot and then departing from Kuala Lumpur international airport. The buses are luxurious, comfortable, safe, cheap and convenient. They have ample luggage space, and tourists can carry their baggage with them without having to book hotels at every destination. Tourists can tour selected places in Malaysia after having their fill of the best places to visit in Singapore.  

A Magical Holiday Begins

Tourists can land at the Changi airport of Singapore and check out after completing all the arrival formalities, including the vital documents required for entry. Tourists can check into their hotel and go for a Singapore city tour by hop on hop off bus. Some best places to visit in Singapore will be covered in this tour and will begin with the magnificent Singapore flyer, little India and then going on a late evening boat ride via the Singapore Burn boat. The evening lights in the Singapore skyline are a mesmerizing sight, and the boat ride covers the Marina Bay Sands, Esplanade Theatres by the Bay, Clarke Quay and Boat Quay. The first day can be ended with a leisurely dinner in one of the food courts in the vicinity of the hotel and a well-deserved rest.

The next day is recommended to be reserved for visits to the Jurong Bird park, followed by Sentosa Island. These best places to visit in Singapore include the sights of Sentosa and the exquisite places popular with tourists in Singapore. The bird park includes tram rides and exotic birds to see and even get close to. The New Zealand ice cream parlour near the end of the park serves unforgettable ice cream and should be tried out. Sentosa island is the high point of a visit to Singapore, and the S.E.A aquarium cannot be described in words for its sheer beauty and the opportunity to view marine life in such close quarters. Another place within Sentosa is the Wings of time. Other specialities of Sentosa such as the Underwater World, the panoramic cable car ride, the songs of the sea and the Dolphin lagoon show.  

The third and final day is to be spent visiting the most exotic and historic parts of Singapore, such as the Lau Pa Sat Festival Pavilion, the Fountain of Wealth, the Victoria Theatre and the splendour of the old Supreme court building. Such extensive travelling during the entire day is bound to make the tourists very hungry. A lavish Asian lunch is strongly recommended at Pagoda Street. Then other wonders of Singapore include the Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle, the Chinese Heritage Centre, and Sago Street of the Dead.  

It is now time to leave for Malaysia after a glorious time in Singapore. Direct bus services are yet to be resumed, and tourists can change to the Malaysian bus service from the border and proceed straight to Kuala Lumpur. The same day leaves about a few hours after the 6 hour bus ride through the beautiful landscape. Tourists can spend the rest of the day on a city tour in which they can see some of the more than 50 attractions in the city. The Petronas and The KL Menara towers are not to be missed with the stunning high view that they are rewarded with. 

Tourists can make the most of their stay in Malaysia by visiting the historic towns of Georgetown and Melaka, both of which have been declared UNESCO world heritage sites. Other places in Malaysia that must not be missed are the Istana Negara, the Kelab Sultan Suleiman and the Royal Selangor Club. red Bus and its affiliated bus services provide services to almost all these destinations. Other historical trips to Ipoh and the revelation of Tin miners in the area is a great discovery and make the visit more interesting.

Tourists can also make a trip to Kota Kinabalu and Mount Kinabalu on their way back and can fly directly home from Kota Kinabalu international airport.

A Memorable Holiday of Great Bus Rides

A tale of two countries explored mostly by bus is an adventure of its own. 

Terdapat banyak cara untuk seseorang menjelajah Malaysia. Anda boleh merancang keseluruhan perjalanan dengan mengambil peluang untuk menaiki setiap bentuk pengangkutan sekurang-kurangnya sekali. Apa yang anda perlu lakukan hanyalah membuat tempahan awal tiket bas online berserta tiket pengangkutan awam lain.

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