Monday, 29 August 2011

[HM:245242] Explore Malaysia And Singapore

A perfect trip to Singapore and Malaysia includes high tea, jungle walks and street food. In Taman Negara, a jungle taxi boat cruises up the Tahan River.


The impressive canopy walk in Taman Negara National Park travels 500 metres through dense jungle, making it the longest suspended walkway in the world.


Venture deep into the jungle by taking a bumpy boat ride up the Tahan River.


Set in the fertile hills of the highlands, Boh is the largest tea plantation in Malaysia


A worker on the Boh plantation, where the tea leaves are harvested every three weeks.


Explore this Unesco-listed historic town, with its 19th-century, pastel-coloured buildings and rich heritage.


Penangs architecture shows the citys multi-ethnic influences.


The beautifully restored Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion (also called the Blue Mansion), is one of Georgetowns most instantly identifiable heritage buildings. Its spiral stairs make a grand entrance.


The mansion is over 125 years old and serves not merely as a classic hotel with individually decorated rooms, but also as a focal point for tour groups, heritage buffs and students of Asian architecture .



The gleaming skyscrapers of the citys financial district.


Located on a quiet street in the Chinatown district, the beautiful New Majestic Hotel has 30 rooms, each individually designed by emerging Singaporean artists.


A myriad of spices infuse Singaporean cuisine.


The citys hawker centers offer an incredible array of food.






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