Depart from Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad (AMD) — Suvarnabhumi (BKK)
Duration: 4 h 15 min non-stop
Arrive in Bangkok
222 Ratchaprarop Rd. Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400 Thailand
Phone: +66 2 656 3000
991 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 610 8000
Friday open hours: 10am – 10pm
Find what you’re looking for at Siam Paragon, a modern, upscale shopping mall in Bangkok–and one of the largest in Asia. Since opening in 2008, the center has become a place to be seen for locals and a place to see for tourists: the stylish displays and elite brands on offer here make for an attractive place of commerce and leisure, while modern hourishes neatly encapsulate the will for modernization in the region. With a multitude of shops, international and local restaurants, and a multiplex cinema, the mall offers different experiences for a wide set of visitors.
Na Phra Lan Rd, Maharaj Pier next to Wat Phra Kaeo Temple Complex, Bangkok Thailand
Phone: +66 2 623 5500
Saturday open hours: 8:30am – 3:30pm
Explore the famous complex of ornate buildings at The Grand Palace, a gem in the country’s architectural and political heritage. Established in 1782, the palace grounds have been added to over the centuries with eclectically designed buildings, halls, and pavilions. The ofhcial home of Thai monarchs until the abolishment of the absolute monarchy in 1932, the site remains open to visitors, with its well-maintained grounds and monumental architecture providing great photo ops and an immersive cultural experience.
2 Sanam Chai Rd, Khwaeng Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 226 0335
Saturday open hours: 8am – 6:30pm
Visit Wat Pho, one of the six main Buddhist temples in Thailand. Admire the 46 m (151 ft) long Buddha statue and its memorable pose, and explore the wide range of temple buildings displaying rich and intricate religious designs and a history dating back to the 16th century. Vital to the spiritual and architectural heritage of the city and the country at large, the site houses the largest collection of Buddha depictions in Thailand. Said to be the hrst public university in the nation, the temple also has an illustrious educational history and still runs courses on traditional Thai massage and medicine.
344 Thanon Chakkraphatdi Phong, Khwaeng Ban Bat, Khet Pom Prap Sattru Phai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10100, Thailand
Phone: +66 92 690 9222
Saturday open hours: 8am – 5pm
Visit Wat Saket, a hilltop Buddhist temple complex that has undergone several regal renovations over the years. In the 19th century, King Rama III tried to build an enormous chedi atop an artihcial hill, only to hnd the soil was too soft to support its weight. His son had better luck with a more modest design, but it was King Rama V who completed the main complex standing today. The gold chedi juts out to cut an impressive silhouette atop the hill. Reaching the site involves climbing up 300 steps, so you may want to avoid the hottest time of day if possible. The views from the top–and the photos you’ll take home with you–make the expenditure of energy more than worth it.
158 Thanon Wang Doem, Khwaeng Wat Arun, Khet Bangkok Yai, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10600, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 891 2185
Saturday open hours: 8am – 6pm
Admire the grand and evocative design of Temple Of Dawn (Wat Arun), a towering Buddhist temple located in the heart of Bangkok. Established in the 1600s–but gaining its distinctive porcelain-clad prangs (spires) during the reign of King Rama II in the early 19th century–the temple represents an apex of religious architecture and is one of the best maintained of all buildings commissioned by the Thai monarchy. Open to the public as a place of worship and tourism, the site contains prized artifacts relating to the religious and royal history of Thailand.
Soi Wat Nak Prok, Khwaeng Pak Khlong Phasi Charoen, Khet Phasi Charoen, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 467 2380
Rama 4 Road Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330 Thailand
Phone: +66 2 252 7006
Sunday open hours: 4:30am – 9pm
Take a break from the concrete and glass hubbub of contemporary Bangkok at Lumpini Park, an open public space offering much-welcomed urban relief for residents and tourists. Trees, grass, and views unimpeded by nearby buildings are something of a rarity in the city center, contributing to this green space’s immense popularity. Take a boat out onto the man-made lake or enjoy a bike ride along its many cycling and walking paths. With a library, playgrounds, and over 30 species of birds making their home here, the park has plenty to offer visitors of all ages.
6 Kasem San 2 Alley, Khwaeng Wang Mai, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 216 7368
Sunday open hours: 9am – 6pm
Admire the artful curation of traditional Thai design at Jim Thompson House, a complex of buildings collected from across the country in the 1950s and 60s. The brainchild of American businessman Jim Thompson, this estate brings together classic architectural examples in one place and today offers an interesting introduction into traditional Thai arts and crafts, such as silk spinning. Relax under the verandas of the cool, rust-colored buildings, and admire the work of local craftspeople before enjoying a meal at the onsite restaurant.
939 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Wang Mai, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 214 6630
Sunday open hours: 10am – 9pm
The diversity of events at Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC) ensures its place among the top cultural things to do in the city. One of the most popular places to visit among tourists looking for a haven of creativity to immerse themselves in, the center offers a range of experiences that include live performances and events related to local dance, theater, music, photography, and design. The center’s aim is to provide a place of friendly and recreational cultural exchange, which makes it an ideal getaway from the hectic buzz of the city.
991 Rama I Rd, Khwaeng Pathum Wan, Khet Pathum Wan, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10330, Thailand
Phone: +66 2 687 2000
Monday open hours: 10am – 9pm
Explore 6,000 colorful marine creatures at SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World, one of Bangkok’s top tourist attractions. This well-designed aquarium offers a quiet break from the city bustle. For a closer view of underwater life, board a glass-bottom boat or take a stroll through a gigantic 180-degree glass tunnel. Other special activities include diving with rays and sharks, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at mysteries of the ocean at the nursery center. Kids will also love the 4D theater.
Kamphaeng Phet Road Lat Yao, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900 Thailand
Phone: +66 83 956 3656
Monday open hours: 12am – 11:59pm
Browse the day away at Chatuchak Weekend Market, a popular covered retail space in the city center. Attracting over 200,000 visitors on a typical weekend, the huge market offers 27 separate areas of stalls, with over 8,000 individual vendors plying their trade. From collectibles, souvenirs, and clothes, to fresh food, restaurants, and household appliance stores, the market contains a mind-boggling range of products. Its sheer scale will likely impress even those who have nothing on their shopping list.
Suvarnabhumi (BKK) — Singapore Changi (SIN)
Duration: 2 h 30 min non-stop
18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Phone: +65 6420 6848
Tuesday open hours: 5am – 2am
Take a walk through a futuristic wonderland at Gardens by the Bay, fusing modern design with nature to create an imaginatively functional public space, in keeping with Singapore’s reputation as garden city. You can explore air-conditioned hower domes or stand in awe of the “Supertrees,” three vertical gardens offering nightly light and sound shows. Kids can work their energy off at the children’s garden, an interactive play space for visitors up to 12 years old. Bring swimsuits as many of the kids’ activities are water-based. Also part of this attraction, Cloud Forest.
288 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058840
Phone: +65 6220 0220
Tuesday open hours: 7am – 7pm
Feel the presence of a sacred religious artifact at Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, featuring impressive architecture and a large collection of Buddhist relics that provide it with an air of historical grandeur. You can see the golden stupa that protects the tooth relic from a public viewing area, and remember that only monks can enter in the inner chamber. Take the elevator to the rooftop garden for a moment of quiet surrounded by nature. Dress respectfully in clothing that covers your shoulders and legs before entering the temple.
1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569
Phone: +65 6471 7138
Tuesday open hours: 5am – 12am
Lose yourself among the orchids at Singapore Botanic Gardens. Built in 1859, the expansive gardens offer something for everyone, from enthusiastic botanists to guests simply looking for a relaxing stroll. Check out the world’s biggest collections of orchids, or learn something new at the botany center. Kids can let off some steam at the children’s garden, which offers plenty of entertainment for the little ones, including tree houses, water play areas, and interactive educational activities.
80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
Phone: +65 6269 3411
Wednesday open hours: 10am – 7pm
Explore the ecosystems of some of the world’s great rivers at River Safari. You can visit exhibits inspired by many of the world’s great rivers, including the Nile, Congo, and Yangtze. Keep an eye out for the stars of the show, the zoo’s two giant pandas Kai Kai and Jia Jia. You can also see smaller red pandas and exotic pheasants in the pandas’ forest. Finally, take a boat ride through the jungle on the Amazon River Quest. Don’t buy your tickets for the boat ride in advance, as organizers reserve the right to cancel this activity in case of rains.
80 Mandai Lake Road, Singapore 729826 Singapore
Phone: +65 6269 3411
Wednesday open hours: 8:30am – 6pm
Appreciate the majesty of exotic and endangered animals at Singapore Zoo, home to the world’s largest collection of orangutans housed in free-range enclosures. Other exotic beasts, such as rare white tigers, white rhinos, baboons, and elephants live among the jungle setting. The zoo places a strong emphasis on animal welfare, providing spacious natural habitats. Explore the large zoo easily and beat the heat by riding the shuttle train between habitats.
Crot Trengganu, Singapore 048942 Singapore
Thursday open hours: 8am – 12am
Discover the scents of traditional food amid the clamor of street markets at Chinatown, Singapore’s traditional Chinese quarter. Crowded and busy throughout the day, this neighborhood allows visitors and locals mingle in a cultural melting pot. Treat yourself to some of Singapore’s best foods at one of the many authentic restaurants, or cool off at a lively bar. Test your bargaining skills at a street stall, offering discounts on souvenirs, clothing, and electronics.
10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
Phone: +65 6688 8826
Thursday open hours: 9:30am – 10pm
Revel in sweeping views over Singapore from Sands SkyPark Observation Deck, a public observation point perched on top a hve-star hotel.
Complement the 360-degree vistas with a drink from the rooftop bar, or put your photography skills to the test. Hotel guests can also enjoy the surreal experience of swimming in an inhnity pool on the edge of the roof.
30 Rafhes Avenue, Singapore 039803 Singapore
Phone: +65 6333 3311
Thursday open hours: 3pm – 10pm
Enjoy panoramic views of the city from high up above at Singapore Flyer. The Ferris wheel reaches 165 m (541 ft) at its pinnacle and takes half an hour to complete a spin. You can celebrate special occasions on board with a range of packages, including a signature cocktail hight or a couple’s dinner with full butler service. Buy your tickets online to avoid waiting in line on the day of your visit.
1 Fullerton Road One Fullerton Merlion Park, Singapore 049213 Singapore
Phone: +65 6736 6622
Witness one world’s most bizarre statues at Merlion Park, famed for its hgure of a half lion, half hsh shooting water from its mouth in a proud arc. Built in 1964, the 9 m (30 ft) statue now represents one of Singapore’s symbols. A smaller statue–the hsh-lion’s baby–can also be found nearby. The baby statue offers a similar photo opportunity with a fraction of the crowds. After you’ve taken some photos, turn your gaze around to appreciate sweeping views of the waterfront.
10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
Phone: +65 6329 3535
Stroll along the ultra-modern waterfront promenade at Marina Bay. With impressive views of Singapore’s skyline, outstanding shopping, and easy access to many of the city’s best attractions, the bay always buzzes with activity. Check out the remarkable Helix Bridge, designed in the shape of a strand of DNA, and the many world-renowned gardens that add a splash of green to the area. With an abundance of bars, restaurants, and cafes, you can always stop to grab some refreshments and admire the views.
Phone: +65 6733 1700
Treat yourself to a shopping spree at Orchard Road, located at the heart of Singapore. With 2.2 km (1.4 miles) of shopping malls and brand-name stores, this popular shopping destination caters to all of your retail needs and desires. Choose from plenty of restaurants, cafes, and bars when you need a break from all that bargain hunting. If the weather gets too hot or rainy outside, you can navigate the road via a series of underground passageways.
Depart from Singapore
Singapore — Kuala Lumpur
Duration: 3 h 45 min
Arrive in Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Hang Kasturi, Kuala Lumpur 50050 Malaysia
Phone: +60 1-300-22-8688
Saturday open hours: 10am – 9:30pm
Visit Central Market Kuala Lumpur, a famous retail and cultural center noted as a Malaysian Heritage Site. Founded in 1888, the iconic Art Deco building originally served the local community as a wet market selling meat and produce. Today it features a traditional stall layout with vendors selling everything from antiques to T-shirts. Head to the annex in the back of the building to see art galleries, performance areas, and shops selling arts and crafts. If you’ve worked up an appetite, the popular food court offers a range of delicious treats from across the world in a bustling and authentic setting.
No. 2 Jalan Punchak Off Jalan P Ramlee, Kuala Lumpur 50250 Malaysia
Phone: +60 3-2020 5444
Saturday open hours: 9am – 10pm
Head up to the highest viewpoint in the city at Menara Kuala Lumpur. Opened in 1996, this striking communications tower stands at 421 m (1,381 ft) tall and has become a popular tourist attraction, offering unimpeded 360-views of Kuala Lumpur. The elevator up to the observation area moves at quite a speed, taking just 54 seconds to reach the top. Once at the platform, take things at your own pace, enjoying a sit-down meal from the comfort of the revolving restaurant.
Concourse Level, Lower Ground Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur 50088 Malaysia
Phone: +60 3-2331 8080
Saturday open hours: 9am – 9pm
See an iconic postmodern structure at Petronas Twin Towers, a symbol of the modern nation and at one time the tallest buildings in the world. After seven years of construction, they ofhcially opened in 1999 and include a retail center, park, twin spires, and two-story skybridge connecting the 41st and 42nd hoors of each tower. The steel and glass facade displays a proud Islamic aesthetic inhuence. Walk the bridge between the two 451.9 m (1,483 ft) skyscrapers for unimpeded views of the city, and admire the well- designed interiors of these architectural landmarks.
Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur 50450 Malaysia
Phone: +60 3-2382 2828
Saturday open hours: 6am – 10pm
Head to KLCC Park for a relaxing natural environment in the midst of a modern metropolis. Designed by esteemed architect and ecological activist Roberto Burle Marx, the park offers a welcome counterpoint to the extreme development of the downtown area, providing 20 hectares (49 acres) of landscaped public space. Head to the huge man-made lake and enjoy traversing the grounds, spotting the ornamental features dotted here and there. Exercise enthusiasts should try out the long jogging track made from a special rubberized material, providing extra comfort and decreasing the chance of injury.
Jalan Lembah, Kuala Lumpur 50480 Malaysia
Phone: +60 3-2092 7070
Sunday open hours: 9:30am – 6pm
Head to Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, a celebrated cultural center in Kuala Lumpur’s main tourist district. Established in 1998, this modern museum tells the story of Islam in the country, the continent, and beyond, through a range of temporary exhibits and permanent displays. With more than 7,000 artifacts from across the world, the museum’s permanent collection remains the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia. Admire ancient Islamic glasswork, manuscripts, and textiles, and discover their spiritual and cultural importance in a range of audio-visual experiences.
Gombak, Batu Caves 68100 Malaysia
Phone: +60 3-6189 6284
Explore a set of atmospheric Hindu temples at Batu Caves. Located in impressive 400-million-year-old limestone caves, the temples were founded in 1891 by an Indian trader. Today, they have grown into a revered, iconic place of worship and one of the most visited Hindu shrines outside of India. Admire the 42.7 m (140 ft) high statue of Murugan, a Hindu deity, that marks the cave entrance, and head inside to see the attractive interplay of manmade and natural artistry.
920 Jalan Cenderawasih Taman Tasik Perdana, Kuala Lumpur 50480 Malaysia
Phone: +60 3-2272 1010
Sunday open hours: 9am – 6pm
Discover the diversity of Malaysia’s avian life at KL Bird Park. See 200 species of bird in their natural habitat across 8.5 hectares (20.9 acres) of well-maintained land, rich in plant life and studded with attractive water features. The park enjoys huge popularity among seasoned birdwatchers, scientists, and nature-lovers, providing an enclosed yet expansive natural environment in which to spot the impressive numbers of feathered creatures that make their home there. Spot hornbills, hawk eagles, ostriches, and Mandarin ducks during your visit, enjoy a feeding-time demonstration with hamingoes and birds of prey, and learn about the park’s breeding program at the incubation room and nursery.
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) — Male (MLE)
Duration: 4 h 30 min non-stop
Male (MLE) — Male Duration: 5 min
Sultan Park, Male
Phone: +960 332-3206
Monday open hours: 10am – 4pm
See the skeleton of a rare Longman’s beaked whale at National Museum, established to preserve the history of the Maldives. The 6 m (20 ft) whale skeleton headlines a collection of natural science and historical exhibits, which offer a broad insight into Maldivian culture. You can appreciate a range of Islamic artifacts, as well as early technology and utensils used by in the Maldives centuries ago. Tragically, many of the museum’s pre-Islamic exhibits were destroyed in a 2012 attack, including an 11th-century bust of Buddha carved from coral.
Hukuru Miskiy, Reethigas Hingun, Malé, Maldives
Phone: +94 77 723 0481
Explore the history of the oldest religious structure in the Maldives at Hukuru Miskiiy (Old Friday Mosque), built entirely out of crushed coral in 1658. Inspect the intricate decorations carved into the coral walls and throw a coin into the small well in the courtyard for good luck. Afterwards, wander through the small graveyard at the back of the mosque, where the height of the tombstone indicates the person’s social status, with round tops for women and pointed tops for men. Keep in mind that in order to enter, non-Muslims must obtain permission from the Ministry of Islamic Affairs.
Ibrahimee Magu Corner of Medhuziyaarai Magu, Male
Appreciate the exquisite calligraphy adorning the walls of Grand Friday Mosque, the largest religious structure in the Maldives capable of receiving nearly 5,000 worshipers. The intricate carvings, decadent chandeliers, and hand-woven carpets imbue the mosque with an air of historical grandeur. Since its opening in 1984, the white-marble mosque has dominated Male’s skyline with its golden dome. Dress respectfully for you visit, making sure your legs and shoulders are covered before you enter.
Fareedhee Magu, Male
Phone: +960 301-1929
Tuesday open hours: 10am – 12pm, 1pm – 6pm
Showcasing a wide range of quality handpicked lifestyle products, Island Bazaar remains a great place to hnd unique gifts and souvenirs. Take your time to browse the carefully curated collection of local handicrafts and artworks–from tote bags and cushions to clothes and jewelry. The store also keeps a selection of imported items, such as Australian handmade candles.
Boduthakurufaanu Magu, Male
Tuesday open hours: 12am – 11:59pm
Sit back, relax, and watch the world go by at Jumhooree Maidhaan. This little park serves as a popular meeting place and a good starting point of many sightseeing tours. Locals and travelers alike hang out here socializing, feeding pigeons, enjoying sea views, and taking photos of the largest Maldivian hag in the country. Shops and restaurants are within a walking distance, and nearby attractions include the biggest mosque in the Maldives and a former presidential building now turned into a museum.
188 Ibrahim Hassan Didi Magu, Malé 20188, Maldives
Phone: +960 300-4300
Tuesday open hours: 7am – 8pm
Inspect the local produce at Male Fish Market, one of the biggest venues of its kind in the world. Fishermen stock the market every morning, and the daily haul usually includes everything from tuna to swordhsh. Make sure you try dried hsh, a local specialty with a strong salty taste. You can also hnd a wide range of fresh fruits and vegetables. Be prepared for some interesting aromas, as fresh hsh, crowds, and hot weather make for a strong smell.
opposite the Islamic Centre on Medhuziyaaraiy Magu, Male
Phone: +960 334-4050
Tuesday open hours: 12am – 11:59pm
Enjoy a patch of greenery at Sultan Park, where howers grow around an abstract central monument. Take a few moments to stroll through this small park, taking advantage of the shade provided by the lush trees. Once part of the sultan’s palace grounds, the park surrounds the national library of the Maldives and the country’s premier history museum.
Tuesday open hours: Open 24 hours
See the abode of the president at Medhu Ziyaarath. The historical importance of this residence is signihcant, so come with a guide if you want to make this experience more than just a good photo opportunity. Built for the sultan in the early 20th century, the palace was converted into the president’s residence in 1953. The interior is not open for visitors, but you can admire the elaborate blue-and-white gatehouse, walls and roof from the outside. At the eastern end of the residential complex, you’ll hnd the tomb of Abul Barakat Yoosuf Al Barbary, responsible for bringing Islam to the Maldives in the 12th century.
Male — Male (MLE)
Duration: 5 min
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