South East Asia boasts some stunning destinations to explore, out of which Singapore and Malaysia are on the top list of many travelers. Singapore is a city and a country both as it is officially known as the Republic of Singapore. The country is known for its graceful colonial buildings coexisting with modern high-rises, fast-paced life, culture, history, exciting attractions, luxury hotels, shopping malls, delicious cuisine, and more. Malaysia, being another very popular holiday destination in Southeast Asia, is loved for its amusing mixture of diverse wildlife, beautiful islands, magnificent mountains, museums, rich landscapes, rainforests, cuisine, art, festivities, and much more.
Imagine pairing these two destinations with a cruise will be such a perfect holiday plan. Worry not. We are here to help you with a Singapore Malaysia with Cruise itinerary, tempting all kinds of travelers to book the Singapore Malaysia tour packages right away!
Day 1: Singapore
Welcome to the Lion City of Southeast Asia, Singapore! Portrayed as the playground for the rich and one of Asia’s most visited destinations, Singapore offers plenty of exciting attractions and experiences to enjoy. On Day 1 you can start with a city tour including sights like City Hall, Supreme Court, the world-famous Merlion, and URA Museum. After finishing the city sights you can check- in at your hotel and spare some time for lunch. At dawn visit the glorious Gardens by the Bay situated in the core of Singapore. Gardens by the Bay are futuristic botanic gardens boasting Supertrees groves and high-tech space domes. It is home to 4,00,000 plants and is popular for its awe-inspiring architecture as well as the light and sound show. Don’t miss out on the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest, OCBC Skyway, Bay East Garden, Dragonfly, and Kingfisher lake.
Day 2: Singapore
After a good rest from the previous night and a nice breakfast in the morning you can head to Universal Studios. It is a theme park covering 49 acres of land on Resorts World Sentosa. The recreation area is coordinated explicitly, with each area giving credit to a location, film, or television program. Features incorporate New York City, Hollywood, Madagascar, and an outing back to Old Egypt. Fiction-themed areas consolidate Science fiction City and Shrek’s Far Far Away, Lost World, where Battlestar Galactica-themed duelling roller coasters and an indoor dull napkin, Revenge of the Mummy, overpower the thrill rides. Enjoy the day at the amusement park and go to the hotel for supper and rest.
Day 3: Singapore – Genting Dream Cruise
Wake up and finish your morning routine. After having a tummy-filling breakfast you can have the first half for leisure where you can relax or explore the locality on your own. Before lunch you can check out from the hotel, finish lunch and then head to Marina Bay Sands Skypark to enjoy some stunning views of the Singapore skyline and Marina Bay. It is a 56-story structure ensuring a bird’s eye view of the Gardens by the Bay and other iconic landmarks of the city. Gradually you can head to the Genting Dream Cruise Terminal for check-in procedures. After checking in, enjoy and explore the cruise by yourself and relax for the rest of the day.
Day 4: Cruise
The fourth day is all about cruising! Genting Dream Cruise offers exceptional experiences to all guests since always. It is one of the most famous and spacious ships in the Asia Pacific. You get unlimited access to a range of exciting restaurants, cafes, bars, etc. And the cruise offers endless options for entertainment including world-class theatre shows, parties, engaging classes, live performances, and much more. Make the most of it!
Day 5: Cruise – Singapore
The cruise reaches back to Singapore in the morning. You can get done with the check-out procedure and depart for lunch. Continue your day at Sentosa which is Asia’s one of the best leisure destinations. The island resort covers an area of 500-hectare promising a variety of themed attractions, sandy beaches, spa retreats, resort accommodations, golf courses, and lots more luxury. Don’t miss out on exploring the Marine Park SEA Aquarium, the Skyline Luge, and the Wings of Time Laser show. At the end of the day head to Singapore and check-in in at the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 6: Singapore – Kuala Lumpur
The trip to Singapore ends here. Check out from the Singapore hotel and fly to Malaysia. You will reach Malaysia by afternoon, so finish the airport formalities and head for lunch. Post lunch, visit Putrajaya, which is an arranged administrative facility of the national legislature of Malaysia. The attraction has monuments, impressive architecture, lavish parks, and more. It is to be developed as a unique garden city. To take a break you can check-in in at your booked accommodation and relax for some time. In the evening you can take a photo stop at the Petronas Twin Tower. It is the tallest twin tower in the world consisting of corporate offices, shopping areas, subsidiaries, and more. The two towers are joined by a 192-feet long bridge on the 41st and 42nd floors. You can explore the city by taking a walk around. Enjoy your dinner and overnight stay in Kuala Lumpur.
Day 7: Kuala Lumpur – Genting Highlands
Start day 7 with your morning regime and breakfast. Check out from the Kuala Lumpur hotel and depart for Batu Caves. It is a limestone hill located 13 km away from the capital city, in the Selangor region. It is loved for its famous Hindu Shrines especially the shine of Lord Murugan. Batu caves boast innumerable caves which are home to a variety of animals and insects. You will get to see plenty of monkeys hopping around. So be careful of your belongings. Spend some time in the peace of caves and then continue your tour towards the Watch Outlet. Here you will find endless world-class brands of watches. Once done with shopping, start your journey towards the KL Tower. It is a 421 metres tall structure offering the best views of the city. Then, go to the Genting Highlands, which is a lovely hill station otherwise called the “City of Entertainment”. It is loved for its spirited nightlife, shopping malls, luxury hotels, world-class casinos, and more. You can likewise choose to take a cable ride at Gohtong Jaya cable car station. The cable car ride assures stunning views of the hill station and rainforest scenery. End your day with a nightlong halt at Genting Highlands.
Day 8: Genting Highlands – Kuala Lumpur
A day full of fun! Begin with checking-out from the hotel and relish your day at Genting Skyworld Amusement Park. Spread across 26 acres of land, Genting Skyworld Theme Park provides 26 rides and attractions for all age groups. It is inspired by nine film and adventure universes including Eagle Mountain, Central Park, Liberty Lane, Robots Rivet Town, Andromeda Base, Ice Age, Studio Plaza, Epic, and Rio. You will also come across themed retail centers, dining spaces, and entertaining experiences. Adults can eventually enjoy the casino, discotheque, and other live entertainment shows. At the end of the day depart for Kuala Lumpur, have dinner, and check in at a hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 9: Kuala Lumpur – Back home
Well! The last day had to come. It’s time to head back home. Pack up, finish your routine and breakfast, and depart for Kuala Lumpur airport. Fly your way back home with a bag full of happy memories. Thanks to South East Experience Singapore Malaysia Cruise (Summer Special) Tour Package