Thailand-Malaysia & Singapore Tour

10 Days
  • Nepali, English, Hindi
  • 3,4 Star Hotels
  • Airplane, Bus
  • Easy To Moderate
  • Kathmandu
  • Jan - Dec
  • Cost Meals Included


Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with the Thailand-Malaysia-Singapore Tour. Explore the enchanting landscapes, cultures, and cuisines of three incredible Southeast Asian destinations. From the vibrant street markets of Bangkok to the historic sites of Kuala Lumpur and the futuristic marvels of Singapore, this journey offers a diverse and immersive experience. Discover the rich heritage, pristine beaches, and delicious street food as you traverse through these captivating countries. Whether you’re a history buff, a foodie, or a nature enthusiast, this tour promises an unforgettable and well-rounded Southeast Asian exploration.

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Trip Highlights

  • Arrive in Thailand and travel to Pattaya.
  • Enjoy a day at Coral Island.
  • Head to Bangkok and explore the city's temples.
  • Free day for personal exploration in Bangkok.
  • Discover Singapore with a city tour and visit Sentosa Island.
  • Explore Genting Highlands and visit Batu Caves.


After arriving at Bangkok Airport, you travel by a comfortable AC coach through picturesque regions of Thailand along the coast to Pattaya. Stay overnight at the hotel.

Have your breakfast before leaving for KohLarn Coral Island. Travel by speedboat across the vast Andaman Sea and head to this unspoiled, secluded island for a fun-filled day on the beach. Stay overnight at the hotel.

After an early breakfast head towards Bangkok. See the main attractions of the capital and make special visits to the two most important temples; Wat Inn and Wat Hualampong. Stay Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4 :
Free day

On this day you are free to explore yourself.

After breakfast, you will be transferred to the coach station for your journey to Singapore. It will be almost an hour’s drive. Once you reach Singapore, our representative will transfer you to the hotel.

In the morning you will be doing a Guided City Tour of Singapore. And then you will be taken to Sentosa; which is an island resort off.

After breakfast transfer from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. A warm welcome to Kuala Lumpur, it is a modern, multicultural city chock full of interesting sights. Kuala Lumpur is home to the architecture of a unique building.

Genting Highlands is an integrated resort development comprising hotels, casinos, shopping malls, and the latest Sky-Worlds Theme Park in Pahang. And you will also be going to Batu Cave on the route. It is the focal point of the Tamil festival of Thaipusam in Malaysia.

Day 9 :
Free day

On this day, you are on your own.

It is time to get back home. You will be dropped to the airport for departure to Kathmandu.



  • Roundtrip airfare.
  • Malaysia and Thailand tourist visa fees.
  • 3 nights' accommodation (Double/Twin Sharing) in Malaysia.
  • 2 nights' accommodation (Double/Twin Sharing) in Singapore.
  • 2 nights' accommodation (Double/Twin Sharing) in Pattaya.
  • 2 nights' accommodation (Double/Twin Sharing) in Bangkok.
  • Half-day Koh Larn Island (Coral Island) by Speedboat (from Pattaya).
  • Full-day Safari World & Marine Park tour in Bangkok.
  • Genting Highlands tour with Batu Caves visit and return cable car ride in Malaysia.
  • Kuala Lumpur City Tour.
  • Sentosa (CC + WOT + Sea Aquarium) in Singapore.
  • Universal Studio with a $10 meal coupon.
  • Daily Buffet Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Half-day Koh Larn Island (Coral Island) by Speedboat with Lunch in Pattaya.
  • Full-day Safari World & Marine Park tour with Buffet Lunch.
  • 9 Meals (3 Lunch & 6 Dinners) at Indian Restaurants.
  • All transfers on a Private Basis.
  • English Speaking Guide.
  • Everyday 1 Bottle of Cold Mineral Water.
  • Thai Travel Insurance.
  • 13% VAT.


  • Lunch and any additional meals not specified in the itinerary.
  • Personal expenses, such as telephone calls, laundry, and tips.
  • Travel insurance and medical expenses.
  • Any additional activities, excursions, or services not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Helicopter services (if chosen) for Badrinath or Kedarnath.
  • Costs arising from unforeseen circumstances, such as natural disasters or flight cancellations.
  • Any other expenses not explicitly mentioned in the "Cost Includes" section.
1. Do I need a visa for these countries?

Yes, you will require tourist visas for Malaysia and Thailand. Singapore offers visa-free entry for many nationalities.

2. What's the best time to visit these destinations?

The ideal time is between November and February when the weather is pleasant and dry.

3. Are there any specific dress codes for visiting temples?

Modest clothing is recommended when visiting temples. It’s advisable to cover shoulders and knees.

4. What currency should I carry?

The currency in Thailand is Thai Baht, in Malaysia is Malaysian Ringgit, and in Singapore is Singapore Dollar. You can exchange currency at airports or local banks.

5. What's the food like in these countries?

Expect a diverse culinary experience, from spicy Thai dishes to Malaysian street food and a mix of Chinese, Malay, and Indian flavors in Singapore.

6. Is it safe to drink tap water?

It’s recommended to drink bottled or purified water to avoid any health issues.

7. What's the local language in these countries?

Thai is spoken in Thailand, Malay in Malaysia, and English in Singapore, making communication relatively easy.

8. How do I handle local currency and payments?

Credit cards are widely accepted, but it’s advisable to carry some local currency for small purchases and markets.

These countries may have different plug types, so it's a good idea to bring universal adapters.

These countries may have different plug types, so it’s a good idea to bring universal adapters.

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Thailand-Malaysia & Singapore Tour
  • Nepali, English, Hindi
  • 3,4 Star Hotels
  • Airplane, Bus
  • Easy To Moderate
  • Kathmandu
  • Jan - Dec
  • Cost Meals Included