NAME :MEESALA SAI TEJABATCH : A1/HTCSSUBJECT : AIR TRAVEL MANAGMENTYEAR : 2012ACCESSOR : MRS.PHYLLIS FERNANDESCENTER : HIMAYTH NAGAR , HYDERABAD.SUBMISSION DATE : 09-06-12
I am very grateful for the strong support and guidance provided to me by my Grooming facultyMRS.PHYLLIS FERNANDES who guided me for the care and maintain of my skin , hair , and personality. I am also very grateful to my parents , my God and to Frankfinn institute. I am thankful to my friends who have guided me in this assignment. I am thankful to all of you.
Flow Chart: (Area 3) India Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi international airport. (Area 3) (Area 3) Malaysia(MY) Australia (AU) Koulalampur (KUL) Melbourne( Mel) International airport International airport
ITINERARY OF TWO COUNTRIESDay 1 –National Museum: One of the popular Malaysia attractions National Museum Kula Lumpuis a palatialstructure which is built in style of old Malay Architecture. The museum is situated atop a hill atJalan Travers, providing with a fascinating introduction to an imposing portico of two largemurals portraying scenes of the countrys colorful past and rich culture. Once inside one will findinterestingly laid out displays and exhibits in the form of local history, culture and traditions, artsand crafts to even economic activities, local flora and fauna.
PETRONAS towers:DAY 2 -PETRONAS towers:PETRONAS Towers today symbolizes the country’s growth which has taken place in last decades. Thisstriking building has a height of 452 meters above street level, rising above the skyline of Kuala Lumpur. Ithas been built by Cesar Pelli, the award winning, world-renowned architect .
Aquaria KLCCDay 3 -Aquaria KLCCOccupying 60,000sqft in the concourse level of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, AquariaKLCC is a world-class giant aquarium housing thousands of marine species from all over theworld. Screen projectors along the Discovery Zones present fascinating facts about the speciescontained within the Aquaria.
BATU CAVES DAY4: Batu Caves Cathedral Cave – the largest and most popular cavern in Batu Caves – houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100-metre-high arched ceiling. At the foot of Batu Hill are two other cave temples – the Art Gallery Cave and Museum Cave – which houses numerous Hindustatues and paintings.
CENTRAL MARKETDay 5-CENTRAL MARKETLocated along Jalan Hang Kasturi – only a few minutes away from Petaling Street – is therenowned Central Market. Also known as Pasar Seni, this market is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most familiar landmarks as well as a popular tourist attraction
The City Circle tram Day 6 the City Circle tram An excellent introduction to Melbourne. Wait at any of the specially marked tram stops in Flinders, Spencer, La Trobe or Spring Streets. Enjoy a free 40 minute ride past most of the citys attractions. Stay on the tram for as many circuits as you like or get off at any stop and enjoy the sights.
Melbourne Aqarium : Day 7 Melbourne Aquarium 525 Collins Street, Melbourne. Australias newest and only Southern Ocean Aquarium. See sharks being fed, and stingrays. Features include mangrove swamps, rock pool s and billabongs
Carlton Gardens, Carlton.Day 8 -Carlton Gardens, Carlton. A hands-on, virtual display. Featuringexhibitions of a rain forest walk onto the set of the TV show, Neighbors. Displaysof Aboriginal culture. See the preserved body of the legendary race horse, Phar Lap.Take a journey with the latest in 3D technology.
Melbourne ZooDay 9 -Melbourne Zoo-Elliott Avenue, Parkville. Over 350 species innatural settings of an African rainforest, with gorillas, rural Asia, theAustralian Bush and the world of Bugs and Butterflies up close.