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Tour and travel

  1. 1. Travel Management
  2. 2.  Travel Management
  3. 3.  Travel Management is a stream which helped me to understand that No client is too small, no business too meagre. Our care and attention is required for one and all.
  4. 4. SingaporeMalaysia
  5. 5.  The worlds busiest port, the modern nation of the Republic of Singapore, was founded as a British trading post on the Strait of Malacca in 1819.
  6. 6. Tourism had been an important sector of Singaporeseconomy for more than a decade, averaging 16 percent oftotal foreign exchange earnings and 6 percent of GDPbetween 1980 and 1985. Tourist arrivals had dropped sharplyin 1983, however, the first decline in over twenty years. Thedecrease resulted both from the regional and world economicdownturn at that time and from travel restrictions institutedby neighboring countries to preserve their own foreignexchange. Observers noted also that Singapore was losingits "oriental mystique and charm." In its effort to build amodern city, it had torn down old buildings and curtailedtraditional street activities, aspects considered by tourists tobe part of Singapores attractionAlthough increasing the absolute number of visitor arrivalswas the main target, a further aim was to attract the high-spending, business visitors attending conventions and tradeexhibitions, which Singapore hosted in large numbers.
  7. 7.  Singapore Discover Centre Singapore Flyer Snow City Sentosa 4D magix Singapore city Gallery Sentosa Luge & Sky Ride G-MAX reverse Bungy Forest Adventure
  8. 8.  The new Singapore Discovery Centre consists of 5 main galleries around 8 different themes. Guests will be able to immerse themselves in Singapore’s past, present and future, travelling through time to key moments in Singapore’s nationhood and experiencing them “as they happen”.
  9. 9.  Singapore Flyer offers you breathtaking, 360° panoramic views of Singapore and beyond. A central atrium opens out to a lush tropical rainforest, while an open-air theatre hosts live performances.
  10. 10.  At Snow City, Singapore’s first indoor snow centre, Visitors can experience real snow, a sub-zero climate and a three-storey high snow slope.
  11. 11.  Sentosa 4D Magix presents the interactive experience with 4-dimensional digital effects. it is also Southeast Asia’s first 4D theatre.
  12. 12.  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.
  13. 13.  The first ever Luge in Southeast Asia. This luge is a fun-filled gravity ride thats safe for all ages.
  14. 14.  Singapore’s first ever bungy. Experience G forces similar to those experienced by astronauts in a rocket launch, all in the safety of the latest G-MAX technology.
  15. 15.  Forest Adventure is a Tree Top Course comprising ladders, bridges, swings, nets, trapezes and zip lines where participants move unaccompanied, from tree to tree.
  16. 16.  Malaysias 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.
  17. 17. The history of Malaysia is a relatively recent offshoot of thehistory of the wider Malay-Indonesian world”. It is so becauseanthropologists and historians could see very little aspectsculturally and linguistically, to distinguish today’s Malaysianterritories from the lands of the Malay Archipelago.According to their research, today’s division of the Malayworld into six different states-- Malaysia, Indonesia,Philippines, Singapore, Brunei and East Timor – is largely theresult of external influences, like the Hindu India, the IslamicMiddle East and Christian Europe (west), China and Japan(north-east). Besides, the most direct shipping route passingthrough the Strait of Malacca, Malaysia has naturally been amelting pot of trade routes and cultures. Thus, it has beenfound out that the geographical position of Malaysia hasliterally made it difficult for the Malay people to resist foreigninfluence and domination.
  18. 18.  Langkawi Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC Gunung Mulu National Park Kinabalu Park Sipadan Island Sabah
  19. 19.  For beautiful scenery, great adventures and five- star conveniences, Langkawi is the place to getaway. Langkawi has an underwater world, containing an underground tunnel that runs though a giant aquarium, that has gotten rave reviews.
  20. 20.  The 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers, otherwise known as KLCC the worlds tallest twin structures. Located in the heart of the capital city, the crown of the Kuala Lumpur contains a complex of office buildings, conference halls, a sprawling park and an upmarket shopping complex.
  21. 21.  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.
  22. 22.  The Kinabalu Park covers an area of 754 sq km and is made up of Mount Kinabalu, Mount Tambayukon and the foothills. It was gazetted to preserve this valuable natural environment.
  23. 23.  Malaysia’s only oceanic island, it is very small. Attracting diverse marine life from the blackness of the open sea. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, this crown jewel is a treasure trove of some of the most amazing marine animals.
  24. 24.  Often called the Land Below the Wind because it lies below the typhoon belt. Mountainous and largely carpeted by lush tropical rainforests. Sipadan island off the south eastern coast of Sabah, has been one of the top five dive sites in the world for years
  25. 25.  A valid passport for minimum 6 months on arrival. The following REQUIRE a visa: 1) Holders of travel documents issued by Afghanistan, Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, China, Egypt, Georgia, India, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, Myanmar, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan & Yemen 2) Holders of Refugee Travel Documents issued by Middle East countries 3) Holders of Palestinian Authority Passports 4) Holders of Hong Kong Documents of Identity 5) Holders of Macao Special Administrative Region (MSAR) Travel Permit 6) Holders of Temporary Passport issued by United Arab Emirates
  26. 26. Visa Notes: Visitors are generally granted a 14-30 days Visit Pass if they meet entry requirementsVisa Special Notes:1) All visitors must hold confirmed onward/return tickets, sufficient funds for length of stay & entry facilities (including visas) to their onward destinations 2) Expectant women who are 6 months or more pregnant, and will be travelling through/into Singapore are required to apply for a Social Visit Pass (not applicable to those travelling in transit or not leaving the transit lounge & not passing through immigration clearance) Yellow fever certificate if arriving from infected areas.
  27. 27.  A valid passport for minimum 6 months on arrival. Visa General: The following DO NOT require a visa: 1) Nationals of Malaysia 2) Holders of British passports, irrespective of endorsement in passport regarding their national status 3) For stays up to 3 months by nationals of Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Rep, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland Republic, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea (South), Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Morocco, Netherland, Norway, Oman, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, United States, Uruguay & Yemen
  28. 28.  4) For stays up to 1 month by nationals of: a) Armenia, Azerbaijan, Barbados, Belarus, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Chile, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Equador, El Salvador, Estonia, Gabon, Georgia, Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong (S.A.R. passport holders), Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Korea (North), Laos, Latvia, Lithuania, Macao (S.A.R. passport holders), Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Mexico, Monaco, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Philippines, Portugal, Russia, Sao Tome & Principe, Singapore, Slovenia, Sudan, Surinam, Tajikistan, Thailand, Togo, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vatican City, Venezuela, Vietnam, Zaire & Zimbabwe b) Holders of British National Overseas (BNO) passports 5) For stays up to 15 days by nationals of Iran 6) For stays up to 14 days by: a) Nationals of Chad, Comoros, Guinea, Iraq, Libya, Madagascar, Mauritania, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia & Syria, b) Holders of Macao Travel Permit c) Holders of Portuguese Alien Passport
  29. 29.  The following are now eligible for a visa on arrival for a stay of up to 1 month: 1) Nationals of Andorra, British overseas citizens, British national overseas, Cape Verde, Cayman Islands, Gibraltar, Guinea, Holy Sea, Iraq, Madagascar, Mauritania, Senegal & Syria The following are now eligible for a visa on arrival for a stay of up to 3 months: 1) Nationals of Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Iran, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Portugal & SloveniaVisa Notes:1) Tourist passes are now available on arrival: a) For stays of up to 15 days to nationals of Iraq b) For stays of up to 1 month to nationals of Zambia & Zimbabwe Yellow fever certificate if arriving within 6 days from endemic areas. The countries & areas included in the endemic zones are considered infected. Exempt infants under 1 year.
  30. 30.  Meats, fish, poultry or eggs will be avoided. Food included will be pure vegetarian in any style like Indian, Chinese, Continental etc.
  31. 31.  Seafood is served in the main course. Meal includes Appetizer , salad , Pan Fried Cod , Fresh fruit , Bread roll, cheese and biscuits
  32. 32.  Strong spices, big pieces, gravies etc will be avoided. This will include Bite-sized pieces of food liked by children, as they are easy to and digest and also it will nutritionally balanced.
  33. 33.  Meats, fish, poultry or eggs will be avoided. The meal will include vegetarian meal with diary products in it.
  34. 34.  Infants carr ycot Bassinet Stretchers Wheel chairs etc.
  35. 35. The countries that are selected for the client is Singapore and Malaysia which are one among the best tourist destinations of the world. The whole trip will be fun packed and Useful for the client.
  36. 36. Singapore has its historical value and a well established science gallery which will help the children in family in their education.Malaysia is a shopping destination and also a best place which really worth sight seeing and an ultimate point of relaxation for the entire family.
  37. 37.  DElhi to Singapore Air India flight#742 Airline code: dK Departure 10:05 pm Arrival 09:05am Singapore SIN Class Economy
  38. 38.  Singapore to Malaysia Japan airline flight#721 Airline code:JL Departure 7:50 pm Singapore Arrival 8:50 pm Malaysia Flight Duration 1hr Class: Economy
  39. 39.  Day 1: Will reach Singapore by 9 in the morning stay at Hotel paramount which is very near to the airport can be reached by Taxi, can take rest in the hotel till 3 pm after that will go for Singapore flyer from there to Discovery centre and city gallery. Back to hotel. Day 2 : Set out by 10 in the morning to Sentosa 4D theatre which is more than an hour drive from the hotel from there to Sentosa Luge and sky ride by then time will be 7pm then drive back to hotel.
  40. 40.  Day 3: Start from the hotel to Snow city will take around 45 mins in car there would have to spent around 1 hour from there to GMAX bungee and to forest for adventures. Reach airport by 4 next flight to Malaysia is at 7.50pm reach Malaysia by 9pm. Head to hotel Crowne Plaza which is very near to the Kuala Lumpur international airport. Day 4 (14/8/08) : Set out from the hotel to Langkawi by car from there to Gunung Mulu National Park then from there to Petronas Twin Towers, from there back to hotel.
  41. 41.  Day 5 : Start from hotel at 9 am by car to Kinabalu Park spent there around 2-3 hours from there to Sipadan Island which will take more than two hours by local cab spent there around 3 or more hours, from there head to Sabah and spent there around an hour and back to room.
  42. 42.  Impor t Allowances: a) For persons of 18 years of age or older, having arrived from countries other than Malaysia & have spent not less than 48 hours outside Singapore immediately before arrival; 1 lit of spirits, 1 lit of wine & 1 lit of beer b) Goods up to the value of SGD 50 if outside Singapore for less than 24 hours (persons 18 years or older), SGD 150 if outside Singapore for 24 hours or more but less than 48 hours (SGD 50 for persons below the age of 18), SGD 300 if outside Singapore for 48 hours or more (SGD 100 for persons below the age of 18) Prohibited/Restricted: Chewing tobacco & imitation tobacco products, chewing gum, cigarette lighters of pistol or revolver shape, controlled drugs & psychotropic substances, firecrackers, obscene articles/publications/video tapes/discs & software, reproduction of copyright publications/video tapes/disks/records or cassettes
  43. 43.  Impor t Allowances: a) 200 cigarettes or 225gr of tobacco or 50 cigars b) 1 lit of wine or 1 lit of spirits or 1 lit of malt liquor c) Gifts & souvenirs not exceeding a total value of MYR 200Prohibited/Restricted:All goods from Haiti & Israel. Indecent or obscene print. Counterfeit notes or coins. Cloth bearing the imprint or reproduction of any verses of the Quran Note: the trafficking of illegal drugs is a serious offence in Malaysia and such an offence carries the death penalty
  44. 44.  The first and foremost reason is that we have made this especially for client It is not a common package for every clients. We consider each and every package individually. We have designed this package purely depending on personal interest of client.
  45. 45.  Another thing that we have given the priority to is Client safety and security. We have selected the countries keeping the political condition prevailing there in mind. So we make sure that you and your family is safe. And we are providing you the best package at a very reasonable rate. Our package includes all the local transportation in each country. Package includes meals like lunch, dinner etc..
  46. 46.  More over we have direct contacts with the airline and also with hotels. There are no third party between us and airlines or hotels. our own staff will come at each country to help you and serve you through out your journey. We will make sure that the package will be very interesting, safe , fun packed at the same time affordable for you.