Singapore to Hong Kong Signature

13 days from $13,910 per person*
  • Cruise Singapore River on an authentic bumboat, and explore both Chinatown and Little India.
  • Explore the Buddhist temples of Bangkok and discover how to prepare mouth-watering Thai cuisine from Blue Elephant chefs.
  • Tour Angkor Wat and later, visit the Angkor Conservation Center with a resident Archaeologist, a space typically closed to the public.
  • Reveal the cosmopolitan flair of modern Hong Kong and historic Kowloon on a privately-guided tour of the city.
  • Stay at a handpicked selection of luxury accommodations.
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Striking cities and one of the worlds most impressive temple complexes are yours to discover on this luxury adventure through Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia and Hong Kong. Combining best-in-class accommodations with immersive, private explorations and experiences, you're invited to embark on a sensory journey through striking Southeast Asia.

The adventure begins in Singapore, an arresting city-state that has seen a near unimaginable amount of development since its founding in 1819. Consistently ranked as one of the world’s most important economic and cultural hubs, a wide range of expats call Singapore home; the result? Four official languages, a constitution that celebrates diversity, and some of the most creative fusion cuisine the world-over. Discover the wonders of Singapore as you cruise the Singapore River on an authentic bumboat, then tour historic Chinatown – standing out in the skyline due to its low-rise buildings which stand in stark contrast to the skyscrapers that define the city – and charming Little India.

In Bangkok, take to the waters once again, this time on a long tail boat, Thailand’s preferred vessel, but not before visiting Wat Suthat in the early morning. It is during this time - free from crowds - that one can truly appreciate the serenity and power of resident monks who faithfully offer a melodic chanting ritual each morning. You’ll also visit Way Pho – best-known for its 141-foot reclining buddha – as well as Bangkok’s impressive Grand Palace and Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn. Next up, get ready for a hands-on culinary course led by chefs with Blue Elephant Restaurant, a renowned outfit that specializes in authentic Thai cuisine.

Next stop: Siem Reap, gateway to Angkor Wat. Not to be overlooked, you’ll explore the bustling night market of Siem Reap, taking the time to enjoy a few local samples before setting off the following morning to visit the iconic temple complex. Spend the morning with your private guide, exploring a number of temples and cap-off the experience a privilege few will have the opportunity to enjoy. As the day draws to a close, a resident archeologist will join you and bring you to the Angkor Conservation Center, an area typically closed to the public which hosts some of the regions most prized relics and artifacts. If that weren’t enough, you’ll then take to the skies to catch a glimpse of the massive complex on a private helicopter flight over the temples. ... Show More »

After arriving in Hong Kong, learn the lay of the land on a private exploration of modern Hong Kong and historic Kowloon, experiencing the cities top highlights, including the Peak Tram funicular, Man Mo Temple, Victoria Harbour and Yuen Po Street which is known for its can’t-miss ‘bird garden’, then set out to discover the city's incredible arts scene, visiting Hollywood Road, Cat Street, the Lian Ti Museum and Gagosian Gallery.

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Activities Hotel & Meals
Hotel & Meals
  • Day 1 Singapore
    Singapore
    • Airport Meet & Greet
    • Private Transfer - Airport - Vehicle/Driver/Guide - 22:30-7:30
  • Day 2 Singapore
    Singapore
    • Private Tour - 1/2 Day City Tour with Bumboat Ride (3.5 hrs) - Vehicle/Guide/Driver
    • Private Tour - 1/2 Day Evening Trishaw Tour & Sling at Fullerton Hotel (3 hrs) - Vehicle/Guide/Driver
  • Day 3 Singapore
    Singapore
    • Private Tour - 1/2 Day Cultural Tour - Kampong Glam, Chinatown & Little India (3.5 hrs) - Vehicle/Guide/Driver
    • Activity - Chinatown at Leisure
    • Activity - Dinner Reservations & Car Service - Vehicle/Driver/Guide
  • Day 4 Singapore to Bangkok
    Singapore to Bangkok
    • Private Transfer - Airport - Vehicle/Driver/Guide - 7:30 - 22:30
    • Air - Singapore - Bangkok [2.5 hrs] - Economy
    • Activity - VIP Meet & Greet and Fast Track Airport Service - VIP Meet & Greet
    • Private Transfer - Airport - Vehicle/Driver/Guide
    • Activity - Dining Suggestion – Thiptara Restaurant
    Breakfast
  • Day 5 Bangkok
    Bangkok
    • Private Tour - Best of Bangkok by Boat (with Lunch at the Mandarin Oriental's Sala Rim Naam, 8 hrs) - Vehicle/Driver/Guide/Boat
    Breakfast
  • Day 6 Bangkok
    Bangkok
    • Private Tour - Morning Cooking Lesson at Blue Elephant Restaurant with Private Instructor (5 hrs) - Vehicle/Guide/Driver/Instructor
    • Activity - Bangkok at Leisure
    Breakfast
  • Day 7 Bangkok to Siem Reap
    Bangkok to Siem Reap
    • Private Transfer - Airport - Vehicle/Driver/Guide
    • Air - Bangkok - Siem Reap [1 hr ] - Economy (Bangkok Air)
    • Fast Track VISA Service - Fast Track VISA Service
    • Private Transfer - Airport - Vehicle/Driver/Guide
    • Private Tour - After Dark Foodie Tour by Vespa (3 hrs) - Vespa/Driver/Guide
    Breakfast
  • Day 8 Siem Reap
    Siem Reap
    • Private Tour - Highlights of Angkor & Angkor Conservation Center Visit with an Archaeologist (with Lunch, 9 hrs) - Vehicle/Guide/Local Archaeologist
    Breakfast
  • Day 9 Siem Reap
    Siem Reap
    • Private Tour - Angkor Wat by Helicopter (20 mins) - Vehicle/Driver/Helicopter/Pilot
    • Activity - Siem Reap at Leisure
    Breakfast
  • Day 10 Siem Reap to Hong Kong
    Siem Reap to Hong Kong
    • Private Transfer - Airport - Vehicle/Driver/Guide
    • Air - Siem Reap - Hong Kong [2.5 hrs] - Economy
    • VIP Meet & Greet - Chaperon
    • Private Transfer - Airport (Kowloon Urban Area) - Vehicle/Driver/Guide
  • Day 11 Hong Kong
    Hong Kong
    • Private Tour - Hong Kong & Kowloon Highlights Tour with Lunch by Private Transportation (8 hrs) - Vehicle/Driver/Guide
  • Day 12 Hong Kong
    Hong Kong
    • Private Tour - 1/2 Day Discover the Arts Tour (4 hrs) - Vehicle/Driver/Guide
    • Activity - Hong Kong at Leisure
  • Day 13 Hong Kong
    Hong Kong
    • Private Transfer - Airport (Kowloon Urban Area) - Vehicle/Driver/Guide
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Day 1: Singapore

For your added comfort, your guide will be waiting for you outside the customs area with a sign with your name on it and accompany you to your accommodation.

Meet your English speaking guide and driver for an airport transfer with a private vehicle.

Accommodation: Raffles (B) (Studio Suite)

Perhaps the world's greatest hotel, Raffles Singapore stands where it has always stood, at the crossroads of civilization and culture, a colonial oasis in the heart of one of the world's most exciting cities. Liveried Sikh doormen usher guests through an ornate wrought-iron portico into a lobby that seems unaltered from the turn of the century. Luxuriate in the history, in the scent of frangipani in the evening, in the Raffles Spa, or order room service from the legendary Raffles butlers. 

Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Singapore
Singapore
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Raffles Singapore
Raffles Singapore

Day 2: Singapore

Your tour will begin with a leisurely bumboat ride along the Singapore River. The Singapore River is a small river with great historical importance. It's the place where Raffles was made as the first trading port in Singapore. The ride will end at Merlion Park at Esplanade Bridge. At Merlion Park, come face to face with Singapore’s very own tourism mascot, the Merlion, standing in the foreground, the Marina Bay Sands. The tour continues with a drive around the Civic District past the Padang, Cricket Club, Parliament House, Supreme Court, and City Hall. The next stop will be one of the oldest and most important Hokkien temples in Singapore, Thian Hock Keng Temple. The temple was built in traditional southern Chinese architectural masterpiece of stone, tiles, dragons and phoenixes, amazing carvings, intricate sculptures, and imposing columns. The last stop is the National Orchid Garden, within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, which boasts a colorful display of 60,000 orchid plants, with 400 species and more than 2,000 hybrids represented.

Start the evening with a ride on the three-wheeled trishaw to Little India, enjoying the sights, aromatic spices, colorful flower-garland shops and sounds of this unique part of the city. Upon arrival to one of Singapore's iconic buildings, The Fullerton, explore this unique structure which has served as the center of Singapore’s commercial, social and official life. Once home to the nation’s General Post Office, The Exchange, Chamber of Commerce and The Singapore Club - all of which played a pivotal role in the history of Singapore - the hotel today is a perfect blend of old wired with the new. The Fullerton Hotel Singapore surrounds its guests with a refreshing ambience of heritage, peace and tranquility. With distinguished Doric columns and monumental Porte cocheres, The Fullerton Hotel represents the height of Palladian architecture in Singapore; only two other buildings in the city share the same architectural grandeur – the City Hall and Supreme Court. What was once the transaction hall of the General Post Office has been transformed into a sleek, sophisticated bar that’s ideal for a Fullerton Merlion Cocktail, wines and martinis. A favorite haunt of the Raffles Place business set and deal-makers, the Post Bar’s distinctive décor of under-lit honey onyx bar tables and standing artichoke cardboard lamps are seamlessly offset by the room’s original classic design elements such as the wall motifs and lofty coffered ceiling. A private Music Room spins contemporary and New World tracks while an adjoining outdoor East Garden provides a lush al fresco setting. As no trip to Singapore is complete without having a Singapore Sling, choose one of the Fullerton Slings to complete the experience before being returned to your hotel.

Accommodation: Raffles (B) (Studio Suite)
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Merlion Park
Merlion Park
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Trishaw Tour
Trishaw Tour

Day 3: Singapore

Singapore was once part of British Malaysia for many centuries. It was ruled by the Sultanate of Johor before the British came to the island and set up a port and colony in 1819. After World War II, Singapore became an independent nation and republic. Today Singapore has a diverse population of nearly 5 million people or more which is made up of Chinese, Malays, Indians, Caucasians, Eurasians, and Asians of different origins. Experience the various cultures come alive before your very eyes as you explore each ethnic heritage enclave by turns. At Kampong Glam, admire the quiet majesty of the Sultan’s Mosque with its unmistakable golden dome, explore colorful food eateries, and browse through old-fashioned shops selling batiks, carpets, rattan basket-ware, and exotic perfumes. Travel to the heart of Chinatown and experience the old and the new tradition and modernity in the rows of streets, and traditional shop houses lovingly restored into tempting eateries, teahouses and shops selling Oriental arts, crafts, and souvenirs as well as traditional Chinese medicinal herbs. Little India completes the cultural kaleidoscope with its bustling streets showcasing aromatic and exotic spices, colorful flower-garland shops, vegetable vendors, and busy curry houses.

A labyrinth of promenades and boulevards, Chinatown is one of Singapore’s best districts to take in remarkable architecture, peruse handicrafts, and to sample some of the island-state’s best cuisine. Unlike the rest of sky-high Singapore, the shops of Chinatown are not nearly as tall, instead, they are – by and large – representative of the early Peranakan settlers who initially developed this stretch of the city. Two of the most popular hotspots in the district include the aptly named Food Street, though nearby Club Street should not be missed, especially for those who enjoy trendy wine bars.

From Michelin-star awarded street food to elegant fine-dining venues, Singapore has it all. Tonight, discover this buzzing gastronomic scene firsthand. Reservations will be made in advance at the restaurant of your choice, and round-trip transportation in a private vehicle will also be provided. Our Destination Experts top recommendations for fine dining in Singapore include: Gardens by the Bay, Odette, JAAN, Iggy’s, Alma by Juan Amador, Nouri and Buona Terra. Please note: Your meal is not included and will be paid for on location. Reservations are confirmed at the time of booking and are subject to availability.

Accommodation: Raffles (B) (Studio Suite)
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Sultan Mosque
Sultan Mosque
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

Day 4: Singapore - Bangkok

Meet your English speaking guide and driver for an airport transfer with a private vehicle.

Fly from Singapore to Bangkok, Thailand. The flight time is approximately 2.5 hours.

Upon arrival to Bangkok, a representative will greet you after exiting the plane and escort you through special fast track services, avoiding the potentially long queues at the immigration counter. Please note: Guests using fast track services should wear appropriate attire and avoid wearing short pants, slippers or similarly casual attire to ensure a smooth process with Thai immigration authorities.

You will be privately transferred between the airport and your hotel by a professional driver and an English-speaking guide.

Thiptara is a Thai feast for the senses. Surrounded by majestic banyan trees and flourishing tropical gardens, settle in for a unique dining experience by the riverside. Found on-site at The Peninsula, Bangkok, the legendary Thai lifestyle of days past by is restored in all its glory at Thiptara, not only through its elegant décor but also in its authentic, delicious cuisine.

Accommodation: Peninsula Bangkok

Sophistication, luxury and exclusivity set the stage for the ultimate in Thai hospitality at The Peninsula Bangkok. Dine on recipes used by generations of Palace cooks, journey through Thai culture and history at the enchanting Thiptara, savor refined Cantonese cuisine at Mei Jiang and take comfort in the gourmet international fare at The River Café & Terrace and in The Lobby. The epitome of luxurious Thai style and comfort, the guest rooms and suites at The Peninsula Bangkok all command breathtaking views of the Chao Phraya River and the city beyond. Intelligently designed, marrying traditional style elements with all the conveniences of state-of-the-art technology and the legendary Peninsula 24-hour service, guests are guaranteed a stay to remember. The Peninsula Bangkok invites guests to indulge not only in fine cuisine, but also in its lush, exquisite riverside setting. Enjoy a journey through the city on the hotel’s iconic Peninsula Green Tuk Tuk or take an adventure down the Chao Phraya River. Luxuriously decorated guest rooms and suites are ideal for couples or small families looking for the finesse of a spacious escape.

Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Thiptara Restaurant
Thiptara Restaurant
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Bangkok
Bangkok

Day 5: Bangkok

Bangkok is a city of contrasts - Buddhist temples, golden topped palaces, trendy sky bars, and traditional Thai living along the waterways - called khlongs - offering marvelous photo opportunities. This morning, head with your private guide to the historic center of Bangkok and start your day at Wat Suthat. Few visitors come to this temple early, so much the better to enjoy the monks melodic chanting ritual. It’s an incredible sensory experience. Then, a walk to Wat Pho (famous for its 141-foot-long reclining Buddha) takes you through small alleys with wooden houses, guardian spirit signs and lively fruit and flower markets. Pause at Lak Muang, Bangkok’s city pillar, well worth a five-minute detour before heading to the iconic Grand Palace and the adjacent Wat Phra Kaew, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. By now it’s time to enjoy a luxurious lunch and take in the scenic views at the Mandarin Oriental hotel's riverside restaurant, Sala Rim Nim and experience the mid-day bustling atmosphere of the lively Chao River. But you haven’t really arrived in Bangkok until you get out onto the river itself on a Long Tail Boat ride. So, after lunch, come and explore the khlongs and be amazed by the constantly changing sights, from Thai wooden houses on stilts to the many boats with sellers offering everything from fruit to souvenirs. Your day ends with a visit to Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn. Unique from the rest of Bangkok’s temples, its stunning design is made up of colorfully decorated spires and looks to stand guard over the river. Your guide can take you back to your hotel, or you might decide to stay and watch the sunset over Wat Arun from one of the rooftop bars across the river.

Accommodation: Peninsula Bangkok
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Grand Palace & Wat Phra Keaw
Grand Palace & Wat Phra Keaw

Day 6: Bangkok

Thailand is world-renowned for its fiery, delicious cuisine, and a private cooking lesson is the best souvenir for Thai food aficionados. This morning your private guide will accompany you to the world-famous Blue Elephant Restaurant and Cooking School for your one-on-one morning Thai cooking class with one of the chefs. Located in the heart of Bangkok opposite the Surasak Sky train station, the Blue Elephant Cooking School welcomes you to a dazzling, century-old mansion where you will discover and experience the culinary wonders of Royal Thai Cuisine. The school has fully equipped facilities, which offer you the chance to put your hands to work making Thai cuisine. Begin with an optional visit to the Bang Rak morning market, located one stop away by Sky Train. Accompanied by your instructor, learn to select and buy Thai ingredients for your personal cooking lesson. The lesson will be followed by a meal in the delightful restaurant, sampling your own cooking as well as additional Thai dishes. After lunch, you'll be transferred back to your hotel with the afternoon at your leisure.

During your time at leisure in Bangkok, feel free to explore this sprawling capital or to enjoy some down-time at your hotel. If you choose to sightsee, consider visiting Khaosan Road, a bustling street with excellent shopping and dining options. For guest with an interest in local history, consider heading to the riverside temple Wat Arun Ratchawararam, constructed in the late 18th century. Should you be visiting during a weekend, you may wish to visit the Chatuchak Weekend Market, the largest market in Thailand, where over 15,000 stalls lined with all sorts of goods can be perused at your own pace.

Accommodation: Peninsula Bangkok
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Thai Cuisine
Thai Cuisine
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Wat Arun Temple, Bangkok
Wat Arun Temple, Bangkok

Day 7: Bangkok - Siem Reap

You will be privately transferred between the airport and your hotel by a professional driver and an English-speaking guide.

Board a flight from Bangkok with direct service to Siem Reap, Cambodia. Approximate flight time is 1 hour.

Upon arrival in Siem Reap, you will be welcomed by an escort who will be holding a signboard with your name on it. Your escort will assist you with the VISA on arrival application form (VISA fee included). Upon completion, your escort will then assist you to pick up your luggage and lead you through the arrivals gate where you will meet your guide.

You will be privately transferred between the airport and your hotel by a professional driver and an English-speaking guide.

Tonight ride on the back of a Vespa on this Siem Reap food tour to taste exotic foods and brews in authentic Khmer places that you never imagined existed. The local hustle and bustle of street vendors, sights, aromas, and sounds all blend perfectly into the one feeling that embodies Cambodia. In the most unlikely surroundings and strictly among the local clientele, authentic Khmer cuisine is served on this food tour. Taste Khmer delicacies (some of which are only for the bold) and discover Cambodian rice wine, which has enriched by bouquets of local herbs and spices. See the exciting night market with plenty of Southeast Asian fruits, vegetables, and more. This private tour includes transfers, touring, food, water and cold towels.

Accommodation: Park Hyatt

Situated nearby the renowned 12th century ruins of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage site, Park Hyatt Siem Reap replaced one of Cambodia’s top-rated hotels, Hotel De La Paix Siem Reap. Park Hyatt features 109 spacious and elegantly-appointed guestrooms and suites that showcase fine Khmer style and custom-made furniture. The hotel also features two restaurants, a bar and retail bakery that serves both Khmer and International cuisines. Guests can spend time at the spa, fitness centre or the swimming pools where they can lounge and relax after a long day of business or exploring the Angkor. Located close to the 12th century ruins of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage site was believed by researchers that it was one of the largest preindustrial cities in the world. The temples in the area number more than 1,000 and include Angkor Wat, which is the world’s largest single religious monument. Park Hyatt is a short distance from Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport. 

Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Siem Reap Night Market
Siem Reap Night Market
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Siem Reap
Siem Reap

Day 8: Siem Reap

Angkor Archeological Park is as visually breathtaking as it is revered for its religious and archaeological significance. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992, the complex was home to the largest pre-industrial city in the world. Stretching some 150 square miles, the park contains the magnificent remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire. You could spend weeks exploring the ruins, but today seize the opportunity to see the top highlights. With a local archaeologist and private English-speaking guide, visit the South Gate of Angkor Thom where you may take an optional walk along the wall to a hidden temple. Next visit the temples of Bayon, Baphoun and Terrace of Elephants, The Leper King and Preah Khan. Bayon is a favorite with photographers, with a multitude of smiling, serene faces carved out of the rock, each one unique. Centuries of Hindu and Buddhist influence have left their imprint on the temples of Baphoun, Terrace of Elephants and The Leper King, each with their own unique design and relief carvings depicting tales from both religions. Visit the famous jungle temple of Ta Phrom. The temple is slowly being reclaimed by the jungle, with strangler fig trees growing over the remains of the complex, giving Ta Phrom a surreal atmosphere. Next, explore Preah Khan. The temple has been left largely unrestored and untamed vegetation grows among the ruins. Adorned with garudas, an eagle-like divine being, the temple has significant Hindu and Buddhist religious symbols. Take a break for lunch at Malis restaurant and afterwards, visit the Angkor Conservation Center, constructed in 1920 to house original Khmer sculptures. The Ministry of Culture now runs the center and strictly controls access, which is not open to the public. This is a special access visit to a compound that houses more than 5,000 statues protected from wanton looting that has blighted hundreds of sites around Angkor. The finest are saved and hidden away inside Angkor Conservation’s warehouses, meticulously numbered and cataloged. End the day by visiting the ultimate Cambodian temple. Angkor Wat is one of mankind’s greatest achievements, and the intricate carvings at the temple of Angkor Wat demonstrate the skill of the Khmer builders. It was constructed in the early 12th century, then - two centuries later - was mysteriously abandoned by the Khmer civilization. Now Angkor Wat is the main reason tourists visit Cambodia. Finish the tour with an unforgettable sunset on the quiet east side of Angkor Wat or at Pre Rup Temple.

Accommodation: Park Hyatt
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Angkor Wat

Day 9: Siem Reap

While a land-based exploration of Angkor Wat is necessary to fully appreciate the incredible architecture and fascinating history, it is by taking to the skies that one can truly understand the grandeur of the temple complex. Today you will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to the airport in Siem Reap where you will board a privately chartered helicopter to take in Angkor Wat from a birds-eye perspective. After taking off, your 20-minute flight tracks along a route that will whisk you past temples including Phnom Bakheng, iconic Angkor Wat, the ancient royal baths of Sras Srang, Pre Rup Temple and East Mebon Temple before reaching the floating village at Tonle Sap Lake. For the final leg of the journey, you will pass by Phnom Kraom before returning to Siem Reap, landing at the airport after an exclusive experience that few will have the chance to enjoy.

More than the gateway to Angkor Wat, Siem Reap – Cambodia’s northwestern capital – is joy all on its own. During your free time, consider a trip to the Cambodian Cultural Village to catch a traditional Apsara dance performance (among many others), tour through the city’s many craft shops – the most famous being the Old Market known as Psah Chas – or head to the countryside to walk among verdant rice-paddies and perhaps visit the nearby bird sanctuary at Tonle Sap Lake. By night, be sure to head to Pub Street, a lively string of diners and bars that comes alive with light and music each evening.

Accommodation: Park Hyatt
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Psah Chas Market
Psah Chas Market

Day 10: Siem Reap - Hong Kong

You will be privately transferred between the airport and your hotel by a professional driver and an English-speaking guide.

Board a flight in Siem Reap with service to Hong Kong. Approximate flight duration is two hours and 35 minutes.

On arrival, a uniformed Chaperon will be right at the aircraft side as you deplane, with a signboard and a warm welcome to Hong Kong. The Chaperon will continue to escort you through all Government controls and remain at your side until meeting your representative in the Meet and Greet area.

Meet your driver for an airport transfer with a private vehicle and English speaking guide.

Accommodation: Kowloon Peninsula Hong Kong

Created in 1928, and Hong Kong's oldest hotel, the Peninsula Hong Kong, or the legendary "Grande Dame of the Far East" continues to set hotel standards worldwide, offering a blend of the best Eastern and Western hospitality in an atmosphere of unmatched classical grandeur and timeless elegance. A stay at the hotel allows you to re-live the glamour of travel of a by-gone era and explore the many antiques and historical artifacts on display around the hotel. Each one of the hotel's opulent guest rooms is comfortable and stylish and equipped with advanced technology for the convenience of hotel guests  underlined by the world-famous Peninsula service. With a perfect location, elegant accommodation, and revolutionary dining, this five star hotel experience will leave you feeling blissful.

Day 11: Hong Kong

Hard to believe that Hong Kong was once a simple fishing village. Today, it’s one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities.  See all the highlights on this orientation tour, starting with a ride on the World's steepest funicular railway, the Peak Tram. The view from The Peak is spectacular! The city skyline with its skyscrapers, the world-famous Victoria Harbor and Kowloon, surrounded by peaceful green hillsides will take your breath away. The tram climbs about 1,200 feet and it’s so steep that the buildings you pass look like they're leaning. When you are back down again, you will visit Man Mo Temple, the oldest temple in the city. Close by is Cat Street, the place to browse for antique treasures, jade, silk products and handicraft items. A short walk to Graham Street and you’re in the middle of Hong Kong’s bustling street market life. Next enjoy the magnificent view of the skyline from a very different perspective when you cross Victoria Harbor on the beautifully recreated 1920s style Star Ferry.  Time to indulge in Hong Kong’s famous lunch - Dim Sum - at Symphony by Jade Restaurant. In the afternoon, experience the exciting energy and feel the soul of Kowloon as you explore the back streets of the city. It’s almost an explosion of the senses: a walk through the Jade Market, to Goldfish Street where brightly colored tropical fish will dazzle you, the bursting colors of the Flower market and, finally, a stroll through Yuen Po Street Bird Garden to see the tranquil scene of men and their bird cages.

Accommodation: Kowloon Peninsula Hong Kong
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Peak Tram Railway
Peak Tram Railway
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Hong Kong Skyline
Hong Kong Skyline

Day 12: Hong Kong

Most of Hong Kong Island’s antique shops are bunched along Wyndham Street and Hollywood Road in Central and Sheung Wan and if your home is missing that final finishing touch, how about a piece of rare Ming dynasty furniture, an ancient snuff bottle or a Cultural Revolution propaganda poster? Upper Lascar Row, known as Cat Street, is where you can find such treasures, within its fantastic congregation of antique dealers, curio merchants and art galleries. This is also the place to go for bargains in jade, silk products, embroideries and wooden handicraft items. Next visit Lian Yi Museum. The four-storey museum is home to one of the world's largest and best-curated collections of Chinese antique furniture, made of the treasured materials huanghuali and zitan, from the Ming and Qing dynasties. Like Hong Kong itself, Liang Yi Museum is a blend of East and West. For those interested in Chinese antiques, the furniture will enthrall. However, for those curious about European history, the Liang Yi Museum also houses the world's premier collection of bejeweled clutches, compacts and powder boxes. Mega dealer Larry Gagosian has created a brand in its own right with 12 galleries dotted strategically around the globe. Brand-savvy Hongkongers were excited to welcome Gagosian, the largest gallery in the historical Pedder Building. You will have the opportunity to experience some of this vibrant and growing arts and antique scene up close and personal.

This is a predominately a walking tour. All galleries and art spaces are located within walking distance from each other.

Hong Kong; a city of endless possibilities. During your free time in The Pearl of the Orient, the only challenge will be figuring out what to forgo. For those with a passion for photography, consider a visit to Quarry Bay to snap a few shots of the ‘monster building.’ Fans of Canal Street in New York City will find themselves at home (a much larger home) at the Chungking Mansions. Looking for to escape the hustle and bustle of the downtown core? A trip to the Un Chau Flower Tunnel or an exploration of Kowloon Walled City Park may be in order. And with an assortment of incredible roof-top bars, perhaps a visit to one of the sky-scraper canteens is in order; Ce La Vi Hong Kong rarely disappoints.

Accommodation: Kowloon Peninsula Hong Kong
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Hong Kong Handcrafted Items
Singapore to Hong Kong Signature Tours 2019 - 2020 -  Hong Kong Skyline
Hong Kong Skyline

Day 13: Hong Kong

Meet your driver for an airport transfer with a private vehicle and English speaking guide.

Accommodation: Depart (Int`l Airport) (standard)

Depart from International Airport. End of itinerary.

We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.

Trip Terms & Conditions

  • Your deposit is due immediately on booking (30% of program price, minimum $350). The balance is due 90 days prior to departure.
  • Cancellations of confirmed bookings 90 days or more prior to departure will receive full refund minus a $350 (per person) administrative fee and any non-refundable paid fees (e.g. non-refundable airfare, cruise or hotel deposits). 60-89 days will be subject to loss of 30% of program price. 30-59 days will be subject to loss of 50% of program price. 29 days or less will be subject to loss of 100% of program price.
  • Tour quotes do not include airfare to/from the trip start point unless noted on the itinerary
  • Cost increases in currency exchange, government fees, taxes, surcharges or hotel/lodge tariff increases between quote date and start date are payable by the client.
  • Availability cannot be guaranteed until booked. We will exercise best efforts to book hotels per the itinerary, however, in busy seasons and with client bookings made within 90 days of tour date we may be forced to offer substitutes.
  • Payment of the program price constitutes your acceptance of the terms and conditions set out at www.kensingtontours.com/terms-and-conditions
  • Living Standards and practices at destination may differ from those in North America with respect to provisions of utilities, services and accommodation.

Raffles (B) (Studio Suite): Singapore

Perhaps the world's greatest hotel, Raffles Singapore stands where it has always stood, at the crossroads of civilization and culture, a colonial oasis in the heart of one of the world's most exciting cities. Liveried Sikh doormen usher guests through an ornate wrought-iron portico into a lobby that seems unaltered from the turn of the century. Luxuriate in the history, in the scent of frangipani in the evening, in the Raffles Spa, or order room service from the legendary Raffles butlers. 

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Raffles Singapore

Peninsula Bangkok: Bangkok

Sophistication, luxury and exclusivity set the stage for the ultimate in Thai hospitality at The Peninsula Bangkok. Dine on recipes used by generations of Palace cooks, journey through Thai culture and history at the enchanting Thiptara, savor refined Cantonese cuisine at Mei Jiang and take comfort in the gourmet international fare at The River Café & Terrace and in The Lobby. The epitome of luxurious Thai style and comfort, the guest rooms and suites at The Peninsula Bangkok all command breathtaking views of the Chao Phraya River and the city beyond. Intelligently designed, marrying traditional style elements with all the conveniences of state-of-the-art technology and the legendary Peninsula 24-hour service, guests are guaranteed a stay to remember. The Peninsula Bangkok invites guests to indulge not only in fine cuisine, but also in its lush, exquisite riverside setting. Enjoy a journey through the city on the hotel’s iconic Peninsula Green Tuk Tuk or take an adventure down the Chao Phraya River. Luxuriously decorated guest rooms and suites are ideal for couples or small families looking for the finesse of a spacious escape.

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Peninsula Bangkok
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Lobby

Park Hyatt: Siem Reap

Situated nearby the renowned 12th century ruins of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage site, Park Hyatt Siem Reap replaced one of Cambodia’s top-rated hotels, Hotel De La Paix Siem Reap. Park Hyatt features 109 spacious and elegantly-appointed guestrooms and suites that showcase fine Khmer style and custom-made furniture. The hotel also features two restaurants, a bar and retail bakery that serves both Khmer and International cuisines. Guests can spend time at the spa, fitness centre or the swimming pools where they can lounge and relax after a long day of business or exploring the Angkor. Located close to the 12th century ruins of Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage site was believed by researchers that it was one of the largest preindustrial cities in the world. The temples in the area number more than 1,000 and include Angkor Wat, which is the world’s largest single religious monument. Park Hyatt is a short distance from Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport. 

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Park Hyatt
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Swimming Pool

Kowloon Peninsula Hong Kong: Hong Kong

Created in 1928, and Hong Kong's oldest hotel, the Peninsula Hong Kong, or the legendary "Grande Dame of the Far East" continues to set hotel standards worldwide, offering a blend of the best Eastern and Western hospitality in an atmosphere of unmatched classical grandeur and timeless elegance. A stay at the hotel allows you to re-live the glamour of travel of a by-gone era and explore the many antiques and historical artifacts on display around the hotel. Each one of the hotel's opulent guest rooms is comfortable and stylish and equipped with advanced technology for the convenience of hotel guests  underlined by the world-famous Peninsula service. With a perfect location, elegant accommodation, and revolutionary dining, this five star hotel experience will leave you feeling blissful.

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Kowloon Peninsula Hong Kong
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Lobby

Depart (Int`l Airport) (standard): Global Location

Depart from International Airport. End of itinerary.

We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
We can customize this private tour just for you. Any element can be tailored – activities, length, hotels and destinations.
Call us at 1 888 903-2001 or request a quote.
  • Tin T — June 22, 2019 — Asia

    The trip was fantastic, well planned, great tour guys. That was a trip of a lifetime and Kensington Tours had done an exceptional well in organizing from the fly to Japan, Hong Kong, Bali & Singapore to the hotels, daily tours with the level of details and places we wouldn't have known where to go. Can't wait for Kensington Tours to organize our 3rd trip in the near future!

  • Ann M — June 20, 2019 — Asia

    Asia Expert Yuki Ng did an amazing job of setting up our trip. She totally understood what we wanted to see and do. My husband, 17-year-old grandson and I spent a week in Seoul in June of 2019. Miriam, also known as CJ, our local guide in Seoul, was fantastic. She was very knowledgeable, friendly and engaging. We totally enjoyed our time with her. We learned so much about the history and culture of Korea and with her expert guidance, we were introduced to many different and delicious Korean foods. Our lunches with her were memorable not only for the variety of restaurants and dishes that we sampled but also for the stimulating and pleasant conversations we shared while eating. She also made several suggestions for things to do in the evening that added to our enjoyment of the city. We were truly fortunate to have Miriam as our guide. Our driver Mr. Jo was also great. He calmly and expertly navigated the congested streets of Seoul and always greeted us with a smile and a pleasant ‘good morning.’ We had not been to Seoul before this trip. We found it to be vibrant, beautiful, and very clean. The people were friendly and helpful. Our accommodations were beyond what we expected. We had a wonderful time in Seoul. We could not have been more pleased.

  • Anne H — May 28, 2019 — Asia

    My trip was a dream come true! From the time I landed in Beijing to the time I landed back to the US, everything was perfect. I traveled alone, but felt very safe and very well taken care of by the guides and drivers I had in the different cities and countries I visited. I learned so much about the culture and heritage of the Chinese, Tibetan and the Nepalese people. It was worth every penny I spend and much more!

  • Jackie M — March 30, 2019 — Asia

    I loved it all. Thanks especially to our guide Abit, in Kathmandu, Norenda, in Pokhara, and Min, in the Annapurna region, for being fabulous people. Thanks again for also referring us to Bahari Lodge in Chitwan National park. By far, that was the best place I've ever stayed in all of my international travels: they always had a surprise in store for us, that was awesome. They let us spend as much time as we wanted with the elephants, no rush, and sent elephants to come and play with us when we merely mentioned that we loved them. A great thank you to our naturalis Krishna at Bahari Lodge in Chitwan. All fantastic people who were great with tourists like us. We also enjoyed Temple Tree Resort very much.

  • Reginald B — April 14, 2019 — Asia

    This was a GREAT tour to Thailand! It exceeded my expectations in many ways (ie. itinerary, flexibility, and customer service). I would recommend this tour and Kensington Tours to family and friends. I will definitely use Kensington Tours for my future travel plans. My destination expert was Ms. Forkan. She expertly tailored my experience to my needs and wants. She filled in all the "unknowns" and ensured a safe, smooth trip/tour. Her professionalism and support was a 10/10. Thank you Ms. Forkan for designing this trip of a lifetime!

  • Ann L — June 05, 2019 — Asia

    Our guides made our whole trip - we will remember them as much as China itself. Jerry immediately put us at ease and made us feel like his best friends - he was sincere and authentic and open. Katy (in Chengdu) had great energy and showed us how people really live. Even though she must see the pandas every other day of her life, she still seemed to genuinely LOVE seeing them. (And, later, when we discovered we'd left valuables in the safe at our hotel, she went WAY above and beyond to take care of things - even after we were already in Shanghai!). Nancy (in Shanghai) was amazing - we truly enjoyed our time with her and she took us to markets and encouraged us to take our time at the places that interested us most. When we'd seen enough temples, our guides communicated with each other to rearrange our tours in coming destinations. We felt like we were on the food tour of China - the meals were wonderful, and it was - really - TOO MUCH FOOD! No part of our day was wasted, but if we wanted to start later or call it a night sooner, plans were easily rearranged. We would absolutely go with Kensington again!

  • Sandra S — February 09, 2019 — Asia

    We had a really interesting trip and your team made it all so easy. Our guides were not only informative, but they took very good care of us. They kept us on schedule with all the city transfers, made the Visa process so quick and introduced us to some of the things they loved about their cities as well as the scheduled sites. There were so many highlights on this trip, but I was especially wowed by the cruise on Ha Long Bay. Our guide in Hanoi went above and beyond on my birthday and arrived to pick us up with some beautiful orchids and a lovely gift. We were very happy with all our accommodations as well.

  • Daryl H. — January 26, 2019 — Asia

    I was pleasantly surprised and pleased with the superb attention to detail in fulfilling my requests and my dreams

  • Laura E. — January 08, 2019 — Asia

    One of the benefits was that the guides were very flexible and suggested and accommodated changes to plans based on the weather and other circumstances. They all said they could do this when working with Kensington because Kensington supported it and empowered them with this flexibility. A big advantage in making the trip perfect!

  • Ajitkumar P. — January 04, 2019 — Asia

    The whole trip was well organized and we have recommended using Kensington to our friends.

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