MALAYSIA AND SINGAPORE TOUR
Two of the very hottest destinations in Southeast Asia; Singapore and Malaysia have generations of their heritage; cultural, traditional and the newly evolved cosmopolitan status tightly packed in their robes. Imparting true justice to the patterns of these two countries is our 7 day 'Simply Singapore with Malaysia' tour, which offers an excellent opportunity to explore the vibrant faces of both these countries. We have structured our itinerary in such a way that it very well takes care of all the tourist attractions and at the same time keeps the comfort and adventure factor going in the tour.
NORTH INDIAN TOUR
The capital city of India, New Delhi, with the fusion of age old history and varied cultural diorama, is one of the bustling tourist destinations in North India during the winter season. The city with its quaint charm that is said to be dating back to the Pandava era is one of the significant historical cities in India. The city is home to several ancient monuments, forts and churches that delineate the chapters of Indian history. Amongst them the Purana Quilla, Qutub Minar, Jantar Mantar, Red Fort, Jama Masjid and Humayun's Tomb holds special tourists' interest.
KOLKATA - DARJEELING
Originally just a cluster of villages that was administered intermittently by Nepal and Sikkim, Darjeeling grew in prominence during the mid 19th century when, because of its climate, the British first established a hill station there after leasing it from the Chogyal of Sikkim and later discovered that the area was particularly well suited for tea plantations. In 1849, the British annexed the area and Darjeeling became a part of British India. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway was opened in 1881 (it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the town became the de-facto summer capital of India during the days when the Raj was governed from Calcutta.