33-Nights Bangkok to Bali Adventure: Street Eats & Beaches - 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Bangkok to Bali Adventure: Street Eats & Beaches
Now's the time to explore Thailand, Indonesia, and beyond on your terms with this tour that's affordable for young travellers. Bliss out on world-class Thai beaches, cool off in the Cameron Highlands of Malaysia, savour the street food and nightlife of Singapore, and breathe in some laid-back vibes among Cianjur's floating villages, all before stretching your legs and hiking the Ancestor Trail to Mt Bromo. In this part of the world, you'll get to focus on your own adventure: pack your trip with everything you want and nothing you don't.

Highlights
Eat your way through a street food crawl in Bangkok, explore Khao Sok National Park, connect with locals during a scenic homestay, time to see Singapore your way, trek along the Ancestor Trail to Mt Bromo, visit Gitgit waterfall, chill out in scenic Gili T

Accommodation
Simple hotels (twin-share) (23 nts), modern multi-share rooms (2 nts), basic bungalows (1 nts), sleeper train (1 nt), surf camp dorms (2 nts, multi-share), homestays (2 nts, multi-share), guesthouse (2 nts, multi-share)

Group Size Notes
Max 18, avg 10.

Meals Included
26 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 4 dinners

What's Included
Your G for Good Moment: Ngadas Homestay, Desa Ngadas Your G for Good Moment: Village Walk, Desa Ngadas Your G for Good Moment: Ancestor Trail Trek, Desa Ngadas Your G for Good Moment: Bali Community Training Lunch Program, Ubud Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group Your First Night Out Moment: Connect With New Friends Your Discover Moment: Bangkok Your Big Night Out Moment: Koh Samui, Ko Samui Island Your Local Living Moment: Chenderoh Lake Homestay, Chenderoh Lake Your Hands-On Moment: Surfing Lesson, Red Island Your Big Night Out Moment: Kuta Dance Party, Kuta Your Big Night Out Moment: Beach Celebration, Gili Trawangan. Mudsum and Taen island hopping tour. Orientation walk in Bandung. Entrance to Bromo Tengger Semeru NP. Mt Bromo crater walk. Sunrise hike to Mt Bromo viewpoint. Cooking class (Kubutambahan). Git Git waterfall visit. Monkey Forest visit. Two street food crawls. Internal flight. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

33 nights from $3499 per person

Supplier: G Adventures

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Featured Destinations

Bangkok

Bangkok is chief port capital of Thailand and one of the most important cities in Southeast Asia. It is the epitome of the country's kaleidoscopic blend of old and new. It is an expression of Thai respect for tradition coupled with their vibrant involvement with modern progress. Rama I built the walled Grand Palace, which contains Temple of the Emerald Buddha. During the 19th century, Bangkok was known as the Venice of the East because of its many canals, which served as streets and commercial thoroughfares. Houses perched along the banks of the remaining canals are still common sight. Some of Bangkok’s most distinctive features are the approximately 400 Buddhist temples, known as wats. Bangkok is Thailand's economic center. Other sights to see include Temples, monuments, museums, Vimarnmekh Mansion, and Jim Thompson’s House.

Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia's capital rises like a vision from the deep jungles. Its fascinating array of architectural styles includes Malay stilt villages, Islamic minarets, Hindu temples, Chinese shop houses and the indescribable opulence of the Royal Palace. In the background rise the world's tallest buildings, the Petronas Twin Towers completed in 1996.

Singapore

One of Asia's great economic successes, Singapore has fused diverse cultures into one dynamic nation.
Behind high-tech industries and high-rise buildings lives a society with an ingrained sense of conservative Confucian values. Beneath the westernized modernity beats a totally Asian heart. Strong beliefs center around extended families, filial piety, discipline, respect and Asian work ethics. Singapore’s name, meaning "Lion City," can be traced to the 13th century, and today there is the mythical Merlion, half-lion, half-fish, standing guard at the mouth of the Singapore River as the symbol of Singapore. A recent advertising campaign billed Singapore as "A Fine City."

Koh Samui

Coconut palms blanket this island, from hillocks right to beaches. Na Thon is the oldest town on the island. Beaches and temples scattered around the island are the main attraction. Na Thon is now a busy tourist town with hotels, good seafood restaurants and a variety of shops. Ko Samui remains an enjoyable place to spend time, with a casual, do-as-you-please atmosphere many visitors find very attractive. Other sights to see include
Wat Laem Saw temple, Ban Lamai Cultural Hall, beaches, and Santiburi Dusit Resort.

Malacca (Melaka)

Malacca City, also known as Melaka, is situated 95 miles south of Malaysia's capital of Kuala Lumpur, in Malacca state. In the days of the great sailing ships, the port was one of the busiest on the peninsula. Shipping now is confined to coastal trade, because the harbour is inaccessible to ocean-going vessels. A large number of Chinese settled here, followed by masses of European colonizers, including the Portuguese, British and Dutch. Today evidence of all these colonies remain, both in the culture and architecture.

Georgetown, Penang

Penang is unique in Malaysia because it has it all: fun beaches, beautiful resorts, rich history, diverse culture and delicious food.

Penang gets its name from the Malay word 'pinang,' in reference to the areca plant, which grew on the island in abundance. In the 15th century it was a quiet place populated by small Malay communities, attracting the interest of some southern Indian betel merchants. By the time Francis Light, an agent for the British East India Company, arrived in 1786, the island was already on the maps of European, Indian, and Chinese traders. Light landed on the northeast part of the island, where he began a settlement after an agreement with the sultan of Kedah. He called the town Georgetown, after King George III. Georgetown became Britain's principal post in Malaya, attracting Europeans, Arabs, northern and southern Indians, southern Chinese, and Malays from the mainland and Sumatra to trade and settle.

Georgetown, Penang

Penang is unique in Malaysia because it has it all: fun beaches, beautiful resorts, rich history, diverse culture and delicious food.

Penang gets its name from the Malay word 'pinang,' in reference to the areca plant, which grew on the island in abundance. In the 15th century it was a quiet place populated by small Malay communities, attracting the interest of some southern Indian betel merchants. By the time Francis Light, an agent for the British East India Company, arrived in 1786, the island was already on the maps of European, Indian, and Chinese traders. Light landed on the northeast part of the island, where he began a settlement after an agreement with the sultan of Kedah. He called the town Georgetown, after King George III. Georgetown became Britain's principal post in Malaya, attracting Europeans, Arabs, northern and southern Indians, southern Chinese, and Malays from the mainland and Sumatra to trade and settle.

Jakarta

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Ubud

Hidden among the rice paddies, foothills, and steep ravines is Ubud, the cultural center of Bali renowned for its arts, dance and music. The town was an important source for medicinal herbs and plants wherein Balinese the word 'ubad' means medicine. It was a Javanese priest in the 8th century who discovered Ubud while meditating between two crossing rivers. Here, he discovered the Gunung Lebah Temple on the valley floor which today, remains a pilgrim destination. Tranquil, visitors can find serenity in nature and  inspiration in its ancient temples and palaces. Make friends at the Ubud Monkey Forest, but hold on to your belongings. Meditate at Anand Ashram or hike through the rice paddies.

Surat Thani

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Cameron Highlands

The Cameron Highlands is a group of elevated rolling hills located in Pahang, West Malaysia and can match the size of Singapore. The area was named after its British expedition leader William Cameron in 1885. He discovered that the Highlands had a suitable climate to cultivate tea. This news traveled throughout Britain and soon after, English colonists settled at the Cameron Highlands. By 1930, the Cameron Highlands became the center of tea production and the biggest in Malaysia.



Visitors today can stay at what was once English Colonial houses preserved and modified into hotels and guesthouses, tour the Sungai Palas BOH Tea Estate, hike the scenic tea plantations down to Tanah Rata village, swim beneath Robinson Waterfall and visit the night market.

Pemuteran

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Yogyakarta

Yogya or Jogyakarta

Bandung

Bandung is Indonesia’s third largest city and is the capital of West Java. Bandung is cooler than many other Indonesian cities due to its elevation, but still enjoys a tropical climate with wet and dry seasons. A bustling city with lots to do, Bandung attracts visitors from all around to enjoy the restaurants and cafes, affordable shopping at the markets, museums and art deco architecture, and tea plantations and hot springs in the surrounding countryside.

Bromo Tengger Semeru

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Kuta

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Gili Trawangan

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Cianjur

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Ngadas

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Red Island Beach

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Khao Sok

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Chenderoh Lake

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Kubutambahan

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Valid Travel Dates

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12/20/2022
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1/3/2023
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Number of Nights:
33
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