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Don’t miss out: pre-book your attraction tickets before
you travel Avoid disappointment Popular activities sell-out fast, particularly in the height of season. If you’re only going to visit a destination once, make sure you don’t miss out. Save money Booking in advance can be cheaper compared to paying at the gate or booking directly with the attraction. Budget in advance Not only could you save money by pre- booking, but it’s the best way to spread your holiday cost and not eat into your spending money when you get there.
Peak Tram, Hong Kong
Floating Markets and Bridge on the River Kwai Drive by sugar and pineapple plantations before taking a longtail boat through Damnoen Saduak Floating Market - featuring canoes filled with fruits and vegetables. Head to Kanchanaburi Province where you enjoy lunch in a local restaurant before visiting the legendary Bridge on the River Kwai, infamous Death Railway, and haunting JEATH War Museum.
Bangkok City & Temples Tour
Kuala Selangor Fireflies Phenomena Watch a glittering fireflies display - a natural phenomenon that can only be seen in two locations in the world. Visit the rustic Kuala Selangor, known for its thick mangrove forests and silvered leaf monkeys, and enjoy dinner in a local restaurant. Then, watch millions of sparkling fireflies (subject to weather) as you sail along Kampong Kuantan.
Elephant Jungle Trek & River Rafting Visit Chiang Dao Elephant Camp to
Kuala Lumpur City Tour
Tour Bangkok’s most breathtaking Buddhist temples starting with Wat Traimit, where you can see a 700-year-old Buddha statue crafted from solid gold. Venture through Chinatown to Bangkok’s oldest temple, Wat Pho, and see the city’s largest Buddha figure whose feet are decorated with mother-of-pearl, before visiting Wat Benchamabophit - the Marble Temple.
Take in some of the city’s most famous sights and attractions on a guided tour through Malaysia’s capital. With a growing skyline, this modern metropolis presents charm and character of old and new. View the ancient Istana Negara - the old King’s Palace, and the striking 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers.
watch these playful and sociable creatures, then take an elephant trek by the river and bamboo forests to a remote tribe village. Enjoy a traditional lunch, before boarding a bamboo raft for a cruise down River Ping and visiting an orchid farm at Mae Sa.
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