Duration 7 nights Price: R13,950.00 per person sharing Solo prices can be arranged, and prices on request for Hotel booking Flight quotation Johannesburg – Phuket – Singapore – 20 delegates

SQ992 Singapore Airlines Departs SIN 09:50 04/03/2020 Singapore Arrives HKT 10:45 04/03/2020 Phuket SQ5049 Singapore Airlines Departs HKT 08:50 08/03/2020 Phuket Arrives SIN 11:30 08/03/2020 Singapore-Changi

Phuket Accommodation – 4* ( 4 nights) Singapore Accommodation – 4* ( 3 nights) Buffet Breakfast daily – included Included: 1. All airport taxes 2. Private Transfer to hotel 3. Accommodation – Phuket and Singapore hotels

Terms and conditions

• Booking subject to change and availability on departure date
• Rates are subject to availability and rate of exchange fluctuations
• Please ensure that all passports are valid for longer than 6 months
• South African Passport Holders traveling to both Countries do not require Visa.
• Changes and cancellation penalties apply
• Once tickets are issues and there after cancelled it is non-refundable
• Travel insurance is essential to protect you from cancellations, medical and personal expenses or loss. We highly recommend purchasing insurance for all persons travelling
• Booking Holding Deposit 25% of price

Phuket is Thailand’s Largest Island, situated on the western coast surrounded by the Andaman Sea (Indian Ocean). About 70 percent of Phuket is covered with mountains and lush vegetation. Phuket has much to offer tourists, a booming party nightlife, rich culture, stunning islands, wide variety of water & land sports, jungle escapes, wonderful white sand beaches and a laid-back ambience. In addition to this there are spectacular viewpoints, temples and historic sites not to be missed.

Singapore, an island city-state off southern Malaysia, is a global financial center with a tropical climate and multicultural population. Its colonial core centers on the Padang, a cricket field since the 1830s and now flanked by grand buildings such as City Hall, with its 18 Corinthian columns. In Singapore’s circa-1820 Chinatown stands the red-and-gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, said to house one of Buddha’s teeth.