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  • Travel Management
  • Routing
  • Countries
    • Malaysia
    • Singapore
    • Australia
    • New Zealand
  • History of Singapore
    • The world's busiest port, the modern nation of the Republic of Singapore, was founded as a British trading post on the Strait of Malacca in 1819.
    • Tourism had been an important sector of Singapore's economy for more than a decade, averaging 16 percent of total foreign exchange earnings and 6 percent of GDP between 1980 and 1985.
    • The decrease resulted both from the regional and world economic downturn at that time and from travel restrictions instituted by neighboring countries to preserve their own foreign exchange.
    • Although increasing the absolute number of visitor arrivals was the main target, a further aim was to attract the high-spending, business visitors attending conventions and trade exhibitions, which Singapore hosted in large numbers.
  • Attractions of Singapore
    • Singapore Flyer
    • Singapore city Gallery
    • Sentosa Luge & Sky Ride
    • Forest Adventure
  • Singapore Flyer
    • Singapore Flyer offers you breathtaking, 360° panoramic views of Singapore and beyond.
    • A central atrium opens out to a lush tropical r a inforest, while an open-air theatre hosts live performances.
  • Singapore City Gallery
    • Can see the whole of Singapore from a unique vantage point.
    • An exclusive, giant aerial photograph gives you a panoramic view of Singapore without climbing great heights.
  • Sentosa Luge & Skyride
    • The first ever Luge in Southeast Asia.
    • This luge is a fun-filled gravity ride that's safe for all ages.
  • Forest Adventure
    • Forest Adventure is a Tree Top Course comprising ladders, bridges, swings, nets, trapezes and zip lines where participants move unaccompanied, from tree to tree.
  • Malaysia
  • History Of Malaysia
    • Malaysia's history starts generally around the establishment of the Malacca sultanate. During the 13th century, it was renowned as a major port for traders from both east and west.
    • The history of Malaysia is a relatively recent offshoot of the history of the wider Malay-Indonesian world”.
    • It is so because anthropologists and historians could see very little aspects culturally and linguistically, to distinguish today’s Malaysian territories from the lands of the Malay Archipelago.
    • According to their research, today’s division of the Malay world into six different states-- Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Brunei and East Timor – is largely the result of external influences.
    • Besides, the most direct shipping route passing through the Strait of Malacca, Malaysia has naturally been a melting pot of trade routes and cultures.
  • Attractions of Malaysia
    • Langkawi
    • Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC
    • Gunung Mulu National Park
    • Sipadan Island
    • Sabah
  • Langkawi
    • For beautiful scenery, great adventures and five-star conveniences, Langkawi is the place to getaway.
    • Langkawi has an underwater world, containing an underground tunnel.
  • Twin Towers, KLCC
    • The 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers, otherwise known as KLCC the world's tallest twin structures.
    • Contains a complex of office buildings, conference halls, a sprawling park and an upmarket shopping complex.
  • Gunung Mulu National Park
    • Mulu Caves National Park is home to one of the longest networks of caves in the world.
    • It consist of the world’s largest underground chamber, the Sarawak Chamber, capable of accommodating forty Boeing 747 airplanes.
  • Australia
  • History of Australia
    • The continent of Australia, with the island state of Tasmania, is approximately equal in area to the United States.
    • Mountain ranges run from north to south along the east coast, reaching their highest point in Mount Kosciusko (7,308 ft; 2,228 m).
    • The first inhabitants of Australia were the Aborigines, who migrated there at least 40,000 years ago from Southeast Asia.
    • Dutch, Portuguese, and Spanish ships sighted Australia in the 17th century; the Dutch landed at the Gulf of Carpentaria in 1606. In 1616 the territory became known as New Holland.
    • A British penal colony was set up at Port Jackson in 1788, and about 161,000 transported English convicts were settled there until the system was suspended in 1839.
    • The six colonies became states and in 1901 federated into the Commonwealth of Australia with a constitution that incorporated British parliamentary and U.S. federal traditions.
    • Australia became known for its liberal legislation: free compulsory education, protected trade unionism with industrial conciliation and arbitration, the secret ballot, women's suffrage, maternity allowances, and sickness and old-age pensions.
  • Attraction of Australia
    • Sydney Opera House
    • Sydney harbor bridge
    • Port Arthur (Tasmania)
    • Castle Hill (Townsville, Queensland)
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    • The  Sydney Opera House  has come to represent Australia just as the Eiffel Tower represents France or the Roman Colosseum represents Italy.
    Sydney opera house
    • The  Sydney Harbor Bridge , is the world's most massive steel arch bridge with the highest point soaring 134 meters above the harbor below. The bridge opened in 1932 and stands as an architectural marvel to this day.
    Sydney harbor bridge
    • Founded as a penal settlement in 1830,
    • Port Arthur originally served the British Empire as a timber station.
    • Industry in the area soon followed and by the 1840s Port Arthur had a convict population of over 1100.
    Port aurther
    • Uluru is the most famous, but not the only huge monolith in Australia. Another is Castle Hill, a huge pink granite rock.
    • Paved roads go to the summit of Castle Hill, offering excellent views of the coastal city of Townsville below.
    Castle hill
  • New Zealand
  • History of new Zealand
    • New Zealand  is an island country in the south-western Pacific Ocean comprising two main landmasses (the North Island and the South Island) and numerous smaller islands, most notably Stewart Island/ Rakiura and the Chatham Islands . 
    • In 1813, John Williams, a missionary on the  Endeavour  made the first official sighting of the island of Rarotonga .
    • The first recorded landing on Rarotonga by Europeans was in 1814 by the Cumberland; trouble broke out between the sailors and the Islanders and many were killed on both sides.
    •   The islands saw no more Europeans until missionaries arrived from England in 1821. Christianity quickly took hold in the culture and many islanders continue to be Christian believers today.
    • In 1901, the New Zealand Government decided to annex the country despite opposition from the country's traditional chiefs. As many of the islands were independent and ruled by local chiefs,
    • In that year, Albert Henry of the Cook Islands Party was elected as the first Prime Minister. Sir Albert Henry led the country until he was accused of vote-rigging. He was succeeded in 1978 by Tom Davis of the Democratic Party.
  • Attraction of new Zealand
    • In Wellington you’ll find the Beehive building, otherwise known as the New Zealand Parliament Building.
    • Designed by a Scottish architect, the ten-story building is shaped like an actual beehive.
    • Rangitoto Island is the most youthful of the volcanoes in the area, but it is also the largest. 
    • Today the island features plenty of hiking and walking trails, hundreds of unique plant varieties, and an incredible dense phoutukawa forest.
    • Rotorua is another incredible New Zealand destination.
    • One of the most prominent features in this city is The Bath House, which is considered one of the most incredible spas in all of the South Pacific.
    • New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland, is located on the Northern Island.
    • Within the city you’ll find a number of entertaining attractions, including the Auckland Zoo and the Auckland Regional Botanical Gardens.