Monday, July 28, 2014

Pictures of South Africa

Dear all,

I planned for a trip to South Africa in June, and went with 10 other ladies on this trip and this is indeed an experience of a lifetime. Finally, my dream came true, as I had wanted to visit South Africa for a very long time.

Our highlights: -
Cape Town,
Kruger National Park (4 game safari)
Pakamisa Private Game Reserve (horse riding, 1 game safari)
Hluhluwe iMfolozi National Park (oldest national Park in South Africa)
St Lucia Estuary (UNESCO, sunset boat cruise)
Shakaland

We stayed at the following lodges -
Hout Bay - Villa Afrique
Kruger - Imbali Lodge
Pakamisa - Pakamisa Paradise Game Lodge
Hluhluwe iMfolozi National Park - Falaza Tented Camps
Shakaland - Traditional hand-woven Beehive Hut.

There are alternative or cheaper package if you avoid Kruger National Park. There is a daily conservation fees of about SGD50 per person a day, excluding your hotel / lodge accommodation. Most of the established lodges are mainly 5 star, and you will be charged perhaps for SGD2,000 a night.

To me, there is no compromise, as Kruger is the largest national park in South Africa, and to really enjoy a great safari experience in the bush, there is no alternative to Kruger. There are some cheaper accommodations or even guests houses, which are located outside of the National Park. But being so much further away, I think time will be lost for driving when you go for your safari. As we travel in the period of June, it is the winter season in South Africa, and this is considered the best time for game viewing. Animals are more likely to go to the water holes for drinking, and it is so much easier to spot them.

We had sunrise and sunset safari in a day. In the morning, we woke up as early as 5 30 am, and then have a light breakfast. Then, we have to put on our full gear, wearing the appropriate jackets, gloves, and pants to keep ourselves warm, as we drove out of the lodge in total darkness. When the winds blew past our face, it was really chilly. We were there to see the sky and the horizon changing colours from pitch black, and then slowly the orange tinge spreading along the horizon. And then finally, the sun rose up to the sky. It was not easy to take the pictures as there were many trees all around.

The ranger guide would point to us, the direction to spot the animals. He is well-trained, and he knew what to look out for. As he drove, his head was sweeping from left to right, and his pair of eyes was constantly, trying to pick up the sights of any animals, if they were chewing the leaves somewhere, with the bodeis partially hidden by the trees.

We were lucky that for the 3 days and 2 nights stay at Imbali, we spotted a lot of animals, and out of the BIG FIVE, we managed to see the four of them. The leopard is a very elusive animal, and it is a nocturnal animal, and thus we missed seeing them in Kruger.

I like to share some of the pictures that I took for my trip in South Africa.

                              Captured this at the right moment, with another baby elephant behind.

Reminds me of the animated movie - The Lion King.

                                                  We were so close to the pride of lions.
                                   
                                                                            A zebra

                                                     Giraffe - is such an elegant animal.
                                                    Impala. Only male impalas have horns.

A group of baboons was crossing the road in front of our vehicle.

                                                                       Baboon & its baby.

More pictures to come. Do come back for more.

If you are looking for the best airfare to South Africa, you normally fly to Johannesburg for a trip to Kruger National Park. For some others, they will fly into Cape Town, and then connect to Johannesburg.
It is a 7 -hour drive to Kruger Park, otherwise, you can also fly from Johannesburg to Kruger, but I understand the airfare is not cheap.

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My Next Dream Destination - South America in 2015!






Tuesday, July 8, 2014

TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN PRAGUE

Dear all,






I was away in Europe leading two tours, first to Western Europe, and then to the Central Europe (Munich, Austria & Czech Republic).


It was more than 3 weeks away, but there were so much more new experiences for everyone on the trip.


I will upload some pictures here for everyone.




And I like to recommend these activities for everyone who is going to Prague.


TOP 10 Attractions in Prague
1. Visit the Castle District / St Vitus Cathedral
2. Take a walk in the Old Town of Prague & a stroll along Charles Bridge
3. Horse Carriage Ride around the Old Town (20min, EURO32, max 4 persons)
4. Go up to the Clock Tower for views of Old Town
5. Vlatava River Cruise
6. Black Light Theatre Show
7. Enjoy a Classical Concert at one of the many churches
8. Enjoy a meal with music at U Zlate Konvice Restaurant
9. Shopping for Bohemia Crystals 
10. Enjoy drinking beer at Roof Terrace Bar, Hotel U Prince




Well, these are the Top 10 attractions in Prague, in my opinion. And you will definitely have a great time in Prague. For beer lovers, there are pub crawling to the various pubs to enjoy the famous Czech beers. If you like history, there are many kinds of walking tours which you can sign up for when you are in Prague.










1. Visit Castle District / St Vitus Cathedral.


You would need at least two hours to cover the Castle District, as well as the beautiful St Vitus Cathedral, which was built by the order of King Charles IV.
The Prague Castle is now the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. This is the largest ancient castle in the world - 570m long, 128m wide (on average), and area of 7.28 hectares .
It was constructed by Prince Borivoj, the castle transformed itself from a wooden fortress surrounded by earthn bulwarks to the imposing structure that you see today.




St Vitus Cathedral
The cathedral's foundation was laid in 1344 by Emperor Charles IV. The very first architect was Mattias of Arras, and then Petr Parler took over after Mattias' death. Much of the architectural style is completed in late - Gothic. However, over the centuries, renaissance and baroque elements were added and finally the Cathedral was completed in 1929. The most beautiful of the numerous side chapels, Parler's Chapel of St Wenceslas, houses the crown jewels and the tomb of the "Good King" Wenceslas. There are many beautiful stained glass and excellent art works.
The Royal Crypt contains the remains of Charles IV, Wenceslas IV, George of Podebrady and Rudolf II. You will enjoy an excellent view from the Great Tower provided the day is clear.






2. Take a walk in the Old Town, and enjoy a stroll across Charles Bridge in the evening
Prague is called the 'City of 1000 spires' and it is now considered to be the most beautiful city in Eastern Europe. There are so many beautiful buildings which were built in the different eras. And the fact that the city escaped the destruction of the second World War, helped to preserve the original buildings and thus the whole Old Town is like an open museum with all the wonderful architecture, which many people have come by to admire. You could walk for a few days to cover the different areas of the Old Town. Avoid going to Charles Bridge in the morning, but wait till it is in the evening, before you cross the bridge which was built in stone by the order of Emperor Charles IV. Enjoy the sunset, across the Prague Castle, or just watch the cruise ships sail pass below... It will be a memorable time spent on the bridge.


3.  Horse Carriage ride around the Old Town
Too tired to walk on a hot day? How about taking a horse carriage ride around the Old Town instead. Each carriage can take one to maximum of four people for half an hour through the cobble-stoned streets of the capital of Czech Republic, and also once the capital of the Holy Roman Empire.


4.  Go up to the Clock Tower for views of the Old Town.
I had been to Prague a number of times, and I had always encouraged my tour group members to pay a little for the lift ride up to the top of the Clock Tower, which was built in the 14th century. From up there, you could marvel at the views of the Tyn Church, and many of the other famous buildings in the Old Town. If you happen to reach the top, just before the hour, you would see many people waiting right in front of the Clock to see the magic of this ancient clock still in operation.




5.  Vlatava River Cruise
Vlatava River is the longest river in the country of Czech Republic, and it is 433 km long. It is flowing from the North to the South passing by Prague, Cesky Krumlov, and a few other cities, and towns. This is a wonderful way to spend time in Prague by taking a one hour cruise in the afternoon, or a 3 hour dinner cruise on the river from 7 to 10 pm. Enjoy a buffet dinner, while you sail on the Vlatava River, and you can take in the sights of Prague at night, with the majestic Prague Castle illuminated. You can just head down to the Pier No 3, just opposite the Intercontinental Hotel, below the Chuchuv Bridge to buy your tickets.








6. Black Light Theatre (in Czech - cerne divadlo)









This is a theatrical performance style characterised by the use of black box theatre augmented by black light illusion. This actually originates from Asia, and it can be found in many places around the world. Now, it has become a specialty and you can find a number of such theatres in Prague. In the theatre, the use of the black curtains, together with a darkened stage, as well as fluorescent costumes create the optical illusion. Using dance, mime and acrobatics, the performers are able to create an entertaining show for the evening. I had watched the Black Light Theatre a few times, and had brought my tour group members to this particular show by the WOW Theatre.
Check out the website -
www.wow-show.com
Address - Theatre Broadway, Na Prikope 31, Prague 1.
Reservation - (420) 224 032 172
The reservation office is open Monday to Friday.


7. Enjoy a classical concert at one of the Churches
When you are in Prague, there are so many activities for you to choose from. And I must say I have yet to find a chance to attend the classical concert being held inside one of the Churches. Everytime, I walk along the streets in the Old Town, I often pick up some brochures given by the locals regarding this wonderful experiences. And the last time I was in Prague, I was particularly attracted by the brochure based on the information given on it. There is a church by the name of St Salvador, which is a beautifully restored church in the 17th century, and it is located close to the Old Town Square. In fact, it is the largest evangelical church in Prague. It is considered to be one of the most valuable examples of early - Baroque architecture in Prague. Famous architects Lurago, Caratti and Kanka were all involved with its construction. This beautiful church, has a beautiful Baroque façade, with porticos decorated with sand-stone sculptures of saints by Jan Jiri Bendi. a niche in the wall houses a sculpture of the Virgin Mary. When you walk from the Old Town towards Charles Bridge, and just before you head on to the bridge, you find this church located on the right hand side, behind the statue of Emperor Charles IV. In this church, you will find two magnificent organs, and they have both been recently restored and both are played at Mass and during classical music concerts, which run throughout the year. You can buy the tickets just outside the door of the church. The concert usually starts at about 6 pm.




8. Enjoy a meal with music at U Zlate Konvice Restaurant
When you are feeling hungry, it is time to head to the restaurant for a hearty Czech meal. You can enjoy tasty barbecued meats, grilled knee and Old-style Czech food, with the Moravian wine or the Pilsner beer here at U Zlate Konvice Restaurant. It is located directly opposite the Clock Tower, down the cellar under the Grand Hotel Praha. I love the ambience, and the live music here.




9. Shopping for Bohemia Crystals 
If you are looking for some souvenirs to bring home, consider the Bohemia Crystals or garnet stones for your loved ones. There is a big store - Erpet Crystals , located opposite the Clock Tower, next to the Grand Hotel Praha. Though the prices are a bit high, you are guaranteed of buying high quality crystals from the store, which is open everyday until 10 pm.






10. Enjoy drinking beer at Roof Terrace Bar, Hotel U Prince
After your dinner, if you have not have enough of the beer, then you might want to proceed to Roof Terrace Bar, located at Hotel U Prince. This 5 star luxury property has the perfect location in the Old Town of Prague, and from the terrace on top, it commands great views of the Clock Tower, and the exquisite panoramic view of Old Prague. Enjoy the breeze, as you drink and chat with your friends. This is your last night in Prague, and you want to make the most out of it. It will have a lasting memory for you as you will yearn to come back to Prague again to have a magical time here.




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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

New Destination for 2015

Hi all,

I am all ready to go for my tour leading assignment to Europe from the 01-25May.
In fact, I had not been to Prague or Czech Republic for the past 3 years. And this year, I am lucky to be able to go back there, because I have clients who asked me to help arrange a special itinerary for them.

Apart from the May travel, then it is June for my own adventure to South Africa -
We are going to do Cage Shark Diving at Gansbai (See the shark face to face underwater)..
There will be the usual inclusions to Table Mountain by cable car, as well as the Cape Peninsula to see the Wildlife.
But I look forward to the game viewing at Kruger National Park  - the largest national park in South Africa, and we have this arranged such that we will be driving along the Panorama Route to see the Blyde River Canyons.
Other highlights include staying at Pakamisa Paradise Resort, with the horse riding to see wildlife.

Many many new experiences for us, and we have some seniors above the age of 60 who are joining us. Life is an adventure !!!! It is NEVER too old to try out something new.

All these are already planned and handled by the operator, and sometimes you need to engage them to get expert advice and the excellent recommendations for an unforgettable holiday.

What is there to look out for the second half of 2014?

I have clients looking at making a trip to Kenya & Tanzania for the Migration in Aug/ Sep/Oct. In fact, there are about three groups of them.

AUG -
01-10Aug -
10D Ladakh Photography Tour


Oct - autumn
There are many suggestions that I could give you to enjoy the best of Autumn. This is the good time to travel up North to the Northern Hemisphere. Travel to Kashmir , the Paradise on Earth, or JiuZhaiGou, the fariytale land in CHINA, famous for its crystal clear water in the various lakes, and there are also a number of waterfalls . Of course, Europe will be a good time to travel to see the foliage as well in the Alpine countries like Switzerland, Poland, France, and so forth.

If you travel to Poland, you MUST go to Zakopane (Hotel Belvedere Resort & Spa), and it is a beautiful resort town near the Tatras Mountains.

I have arranged for this trip to JiuZhaiGou -
31/10 - 09/ 11 To cover both the Huanglong & JiuZhaiGou National Parks

Where else are my clients going?

Dates to be advised -

Oct - Bhutan walking tour 

Dec - Bhutan & festival


2015 -

13/02 Brazil - Rio Carnival & Argentina

06/06 Peru & Inca Hiking Trail


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Monday, April 14, 2014

Charming Eastern Europe 12-25May 2014

Dear all,

It has been a while since I last update this blog.
Had been busy, and had been traveling too.

Feb - Bandung
Mar - Bali
Apr - Kashmir, India
May - Eastern Europe

I planned for this itinerary for my clients, and we have the last few vacancies for the trip.

This is great for those who love packaged tours, and do note this itinerary is more RELAXED, and you have ample time in each city to appreciate the charm of each place.
Great for honeymoon couples, as well as for retired , or senior couple..
NO OPTIONAL TOURS for this tour.

Itinerary as below -

13 May - SINDXB 01 40 ./ 04 50

DXBMUC 08 25 / 13 00...


24May - PRGDXB 15 45 / 23 45

25May DXBSIN 02 45 / 14 05


Day 1 Check in Changi Airport (12May)
Day 2 ARR Munich airport
Half day city tour
Dinner at Hofbrauhaus **(Most famous beer hall in the world, venue for Oct Fest in Munich)

Day 3 Free time for shopping in the morning.

             Afternoon, proceed to Crystal World - Shop of Swarovski.
           Dinner

Overnight at Innbruck.


                                        Picture from internet  - Beautiful Neuschwanstein Castle


 Day 4. Visit Neuschwanstein Castle (Cinderella Castle. Most famous castle in Germany). Drive to Salzburg

Day 5 Morning walking tour in Old Town. Funicular ticket.
Afternoon free time. Drive to Hallstatt.
Day 6. Morning visit Salt Mine. Oldest in the World. Free in afternoon.
Dinner


                                                Picture from internet - Hallstatt (UNESCO)

 Day 7 Hallstatt to Vienna
Afternoon city tour in Vienna. Schunbrunn Palace entrance.
Apple Strudel making demonstration.
Dinner.

Day 8 Seegrotte underground lake. Entrance. Afternoon free time shopping. Evening Viennese Concert.

Day 9 Vienna to Parndof outlet shopping.. Drive to Cesky Krumlov. Dinner.

Day 10 Morning tour of Cesky Krumlov. Lunch. Free time. Drive to Prague. Dinner with performance.

Day 11 Morning 3 hours walking tour.
(( Old Town is very big here. And really 3 hours of solid walking )). Afternoon Vltava River Cruise.
Free time.
Evening Black Light Theatre Show.


Day 12 Prague - Karlovy Vary spa town(2 hours) - Prague

Day 13 morning free time. Departure from Prague.

Day 14 Arrive in Singapore.


Price - $3,458 + Tax ($650)

Contact Olevia Cheong
olevia@gmail.com
Hp - 8112 8393


*** *** I am back from this trip, and it was amazing with different experiences included in this itinerary for my trip members.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Bandung


Bandung 11-13Feb 2014
 
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Attractions
Outlet Shopping (Rumah Mode, Heritage, Nike)
Food (Grilled Oxtail, Nasi Timbel, etc)
 
 
I went to Bandung to do a little exploration, and at the same time to get some business contacts.
From Singapore, there are a number of airlines that fly to Bandung, Indonesia.
Tiger Air, Air Asia, Jetstar
I paid about SGD100 for one ticket on Tiger Air.

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HOTELS -

There are different parts of Bandung that you can choose to stay - Setiabudhi, Dago, Lembang.
 

Setiabudhi
I stayed here on this trip, as I find it convenient to move around. In fact, you could walk to the Rumah Mode from Grand Serela Setiabudhi Hotel. Asmila Boutique Hotel is directly opposite to the Rumah Mode outlet.

1. Grand Serela Setiabudhi (4 *)

This 4 star hotel is located in Setiabudhi, and it is wonderful location, as you could just walk 5-10 minutes to the famous Rumah Mode Shopping Outlet. And I could find food just a short walk from the hotel. I paid 15,000 Rp for my dinner which consists of 10 sticks of chicken satay, and rice.
There is a fitness centre, and rooms are available for meetings. Swimming pool is outside, and a spa is available. This is a good hotel , which is clean, and quiet. Thus, this is very ideal for a short stay, as well as for families and meetings.
 

2. Banana Inn Hotel & Spa (4 *)



This hotel is located in Setiabudhi, and again is close by to the outlet shopping mall of Rumah Mode. There are rooms for convention, and a lovely outdoor pool. I ate my dinner for the first night at the Banana Inn, and the food was fantastic. The famous Bandung Grilled Oxtail (Bakar), served with soup, and steam rice. Do go for their spa here. Javanese/Balinese massage, and facial treatments are available.
 
Anyway, this hotel has good rating from Tripadvisor.com.
 
3. Villa Damar (3 *)
This hotel is located close by the Rumah Mode Shopping Outlet.
 
Lembang
 

Padma Hotel

Address: Jalan Ranca Bentang 1, Bandung, Bandung City , West Java.
 
I love the location of this Hotel. It offers stunning views of the mountains, and is surrounded by lush greenery. You could see such serene environment from the lobby, the restaurants, the pool and the rooms. The rooms come with balcony which affords views of the mountains.
Spa, Fitness, and Yoga lessons could be arranged.
Team building activities can also be conducted with the hotel's own instructors.
 
Room - Deluxe Room, Premier Suite.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dago
Sheraton Hotel
 
ATTRACTIONS:
1. Tangkuban Perahu
2. Kawah Putih
3. Outlet Shopping
4. Dining - Kampung Daun, The Valley, as well as Pasar Baru (close by 6 pm)
 
Tangkuban Perahu (Tangkuban Parahu)


 
 FOOD -
You must go to Kampung Daun for a meal. I missed enjoying a meal at The Valley, where you could see the sunset , as it was closed when I was in Bandung.
Grilled Oxtail , served with soup and steamed rice.


Nasi Timbel Bakar - Grilled Rice wrapped in banana leaf, and served with fried chicken, tofu & sautéed vegetables.
 






 

 

 
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Stamping of passport at Immigration
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NOTE:
I went to Bandung from the 11-13Feb 2014. So the information is correct as per my last visit.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Bhutan Trip 2014

7D6N Bhutan - 'The Last Shangrila'

DEP - SUNDAY
By DrukAir, national carrier of Bhutan , direct from Singapore...
Mar - 08, 15, 22, 29
Apr - 05, 12, 19, 26
May - 03, 10, 17, 24...
Jun - 07, 14
Sep - 06, 13, 20, 27
Oct - 04, 11, 18, 25
Nov - 01, 08, 15, 22, 29

BHUTAN - Land Of the Happiest People
'Gross Domestic Happiness'


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 HIGHLIGHTS -

1. Cultural Show
2. Traditional Hot Stone Bath
3. Archery
4. Visit to Local Village, and dinner with the locals
5. FREE - Book on Bhutan

1. Thimphu - capital city, with no traffic lights.
Memorial Chorten, Thimphu Dzong
Dorchula Pass - panoramic view of Eastern Himalayas

2. Paro - TAKTSANG Hike (fabulous view of the Paro valley), Paro Dzong,
3 - 4 hours of ascent up to Monastery

3. Punakha - ancient capital, Punakha Dzong

4. Phobjhika Valley

PRICE - $3,850 (MIN 4 to go) - Limited Seats, Do book early.

Includes international SIN-PBH return economy airfare, taxes , visa, hotel accommodation, guide, driver,
sightseeing & all meals as per itinerary,

Exclude - all personal spending, tipping

NO OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES or EXTRAS

Contact Olevia Cheong - olevia@euholidays.com.sg


** I will be away in Bandung from 11-13Feb, but I will try to read my emails while I am away.



Thursday, January 16, 2014

Sledging Fun at Kleine Schedegg

Exotic Trip Departures 2014

Winter is a lovely time to go to the Alps if you love skiing, snowboarding or even sledging.

Some of these activities can be done at a few places in Switzerland.

Mt Titlis (Engelberg)
You can travel to Engelberg from Lucern by train, from the Central Train Station. No advance booking is required. All you need to do is just show up, and buy tickets from the Tourist Office, located inside the Train Station. It will only take you about 45 minutes by train. There are a number of services throughout the day, and thus, it is very convenient.
You could easily walk to the Mt Titlis station from Engelberg, and buy the tickets for the cable car ride up. There are three cable cars that you have to take to arrive at the highest point.
Note - there is a Ski Rental shop right at the base of Mt Titlis, so it is very convenient, even if you do not have any equipment on your own.
Accommodation at Engelberg is available, and it is lovely to stay here.
NOTE : Mt Titlis is open the whole year round, except it will be closed for maintenance in Oct/Nov for a period of 7 days. So, do refer to the Mt Titlis website before you make your trip there.

Kleine Schedegg
Kleine Schedegg is located in the Jungfrau region, and it is only accessible by train. There are a number of train stations in the whole Jungfrau region.
The most convenient place to stay is at Interlaken (Latin name which means 'in between two lakes').
From Interlaken, you can take a train ride up to Kleine Schedegg. However, most of the locals do not like to stay at Interlaken as it is very touristy, with many tour groups staying here, for their early morning ascent up to Jungfraujoch. It is actually more scenic if you were to stay at Grindelwald, or even Lauterbrunnen, or maybe even Wengen, which hosts the annual World Ski Cup in the month of January every year.
So, it will only be a 45-minute train ride up to Kleine Schedegg , and up there, again, you could rent your ski equipment or even a sledge to have some fun here. There is a restaurant, and even a hotel located at Kleine Schedegg.
NOTE; If the weather conditions are bad, especially when the wind is too strong, the trains will not operate for the trip up to Kleine Schedegg.

Pictures of sledging






 
Wonderful Excursions in Switzerland
Take the train ride up to Jungfraujoch - the highest railway station in the world.
3,454m high. At Kleine Schedegg, take another train that will bring you to the Top of Europe, the highest railway station in the world.

Other places that you could do a more challenging sledge run, will be at Mt Bussalp or even the nearby mountains. Do make enquiries at Grindelwald, as there is a snow-bus that will bring the tourists and locals up the mountains.

Here are some photos that I took for my tour group when they went up to Kleine Schedegg in December 2013.

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