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Day 1
Singapore, Singapore

Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, Singapore has developed into a bustling metropolis with Chinese, Malay and Indian influences. Walking between the rows and rows of towering skyscrapers, you will discover a world of exotic culture, with fantastic food, large shopping complexes and the famous Singapore Sling cocktail. If, however, you find yourself seeking an opportunity to escape this busy metropolis, you will be glad to know that Singapore is also home to a wonderful collection of colourful and peaceful gardens.

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Day 4
Benoa Harbour, Bali, Indonesia

Benoa Harbour provides a point of access for the Indonesian island of Bali, which is renowned for its beautiful and tranquil beaches. One of the most popular and developed destinations is Kuta Beach, which is situated just across from the harbour. If you would prefer to delve into the local history, Ubud is considered to be the cultural centre of the island. There are plenty of fascinating museums and temples located here, as well as an opportunity to experience close encounters with the local wildlife at the monkey sanctuary.

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Day 7
Komodo Island, Indonesia

Komodo Island is the only natural habitat for Komodo dragons on earth, providing a unique opportunity to witness these fascinating reptiles. Situated in the Wallacea region of Indonesia, it has been recognised by WWF and Conservation International as a global conservation priority area. A local guide will be able to take you on a tour of the island, ensuring you can watch these creatures from a safe distance.

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Day 11
Langkawi Island, Malaysia

Langkawi Island is one of the most relaxing beach destinations in the world, known for its inviting white-sand beaches and tranquil clear waters. This Malaysian island offers a fine array of beaches and an ancient rainforest which is teeming with fascinating wildlife.

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Day 12
Penang, Malaysia

Situated off of the north-western coast of mainland Malaysia, the island-state of Penang contrasts beautiful and historical temples with golden relaxing beaches. There are many untouched beaches on the island of Penang – many of which also provide an ideal location for which to partake in water sports and snorkelling. The Kek Lok Si-Temple of Supreme Bliss is highly regarded to be the largest Buddhist temple in South-East Asia – which is home to many images of Buddha and Ban Po Thar (Ten Thousand Buddhas Tower). Another landmark well worth visiting is the old historical area of Georgetown – which has gained UNESCO World Heritage status.

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Day 13
Port Kelang, Malaysia

Otherwise known as Port Klang, the Malaysian port provides an ideal point of access from which to visit the impressive city of Kuala Lumpur. This iconic city is overlooked by the towering Petronas Towers and offers a plethora of shopping opportunities, with multiple malls and districts. There are, however, plenty of alternative options available if you are looking for a sense of authenticity, with many gardens, museums and hundreds of food outlets.

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Day 14
Singapore, Singapore

Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, Singapore has developed into a bustling metropolis with Chinese, Malay and Indian influences. Walking between the rows and rows of towering skyscrapers, you will discover a world of exotic culture, with fantastic food, large shopping complexes and the famous Singapore Sling cocktail. If, however, you find yourself seeking an opportunity to escape this busy metropolis, you will be glad to know that Singapore is also home to a wonderful collection of colourful and peaceful gardens.