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EXOTIK JOURNEYS - SUPPLIER OF THE MONTH
NEW! SINGAPORE, CRUISE & BALI STAY
Exotik Journeys - our go to company for all things Long Stay. For many years now we have sent many happy customers to Spain, Portugal, Italy, Croatia, Greece, Bali, Australia, Thailand and Cook Islands for those famous LONG STAY VACATIONS. ( see Escape 10)
Some of these long stays have been hosted by Don and Johanne - a popular Canadian couple who take such great care of our groups.
Long stay vacations give you the chance to enjoy 3 or 4 weeks away, most in your home from home apartment, at a price much more reasonable than you would have to pay in Palm Springs or Phoenix. However Exotik Journeys have also worked with us on many occasions to customize vacations in all parts of the world using their unbeatable wholesale airfare pricing to keep your costs under control.
Just announced – Exotik Journeys new Singapore, Cruise and Bali stay:
1 Nov 2020 from per person Cdn $3789 for ocean view cabin from per person Cdn $3839 for ocean view cabin with balcony
Round trip air from Calgary Transfers in Singapore 2 night accommodations in Singapore with daily breakfast Singapore city tour 5 night cruise round trip from Singapore Included meals onboard Included onboard activities and entertainment Flight from Singapore to Bali Bali transfers 5 night accommodation in Bali with daily breakfast Taxes and port charges
Want to use your points to fly ? Land only pricing from Cdn $2399 for ocean view cabin
Ask about extending your stay in Bali!
Ports of Call:
Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur )Malaysia – Home to nearly 2 million people, Malaysia's bustling capital Kuala Lumpur is a massive city of skyscrapers and historic architecture. See the Petronas Towers, the tallest twin towers in the world, with their ultra-modern style and contrasting traditional motifs from Islamic art. Then, stroll down to KLCC Park and walk around its man-made lake and fountain backdropped by the modern skyline. Cruise to Malaysia and explore the historic side of Kuala Lumpur at the iconic Thean Hou Temple, with its red pillars, intricate carvings and decorative artifacts from Buddhist, Confucian and Tao tradition. Or see the Moorish architecture of Jamek Mosque, situated at the crossing of the Klang and Gombak rivers.
Penang Malaysia- An island state just off the coast of northwest Malaysia, Penang is rich in diverse cultural influences thanks to its history as a trading center between India, China, Britain and the Middle East. Head to historic George Town, the island's capital city, where bicycles and trishaws (three-wheeled, pedal-powered vehicles) dart along narrow streets lined with mural-adorned buildings and varied architecture. Cruise to Penang to step into the oldest Anglican church in Southeast Asia at St. George's, or check out the Kapitan Keling Mosque. Then, take the tram up to the cooler, minty-fresh air of Penang Hill — walk through the bird sanctuary or one of the nature trails, and take in views of the city below and the mountains in the distance.
Phuket Thailand - The island of Phuket (pronounced "Poo-ket") is often called the Pearl of Thailand — and once you set foot on pristine beaches and see its crystalline blue water, you'll understand why. Cruise to Phuket, Thailand and start your day by diving right in — literally — at Kata Noi Beach, a smaller, more secluded spot where you can soak in the sun and sand and unwind. Then, head to the nearby Karon Viewpoint for unparalleled views of the Andaman Sea and the area's lush mountainous landscape. In town, see the Big Buddha of Phuket — the white marble likeness of the holy figure stands 45 meters tall. Then, see the elaborate temple of Wat Chalong and its Grand Pagoda, where it's believed a splinter of bone from the Buddha himself resides.