Singapore retains the allure of the Orient and the tastes of the East in a glittering setting of skyscrapers and polished pavements.
Here you will be able to wine and dine in the finest Asia has to offer and pamper yourself in the region’s premier shopping destination before embarking on a cruise for a tropical getaway in the idyllic Tioman islands.
Surrounding the main island of Tioman are dozens of small, beautiful islands such as Aur, Pemanggil, Sibu, Tinggi, Besar and Dayang. Each island is special in its own way, offering activities ranging from 4-wheel drive excursions to mangrove treks and excellent diving.
Tioman itself, the paradise setting of the 1958 film “Bali Hai”, is best known for its coral reefs and magnificent geography of steep hills, covered by thick virgin jungle, rising up to 3,500 feet.
While cruising in paradise each day typically includes swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, beach-combing, or diving for scuba enthusiasts. On longer passages lie back, sunbathe and enjoy the amazing scenery.
The best weather for cruising this area is between March and September.
Please note that this is only a sample itinerary and it can be adjusted and adapted according to your preferences.
Embarkation aboard your choice of private luxury yacht, in the late afternoon. Enjoy refreshments and dinner, as we set sail for a short overnight passage to the east coast of Malaysia
At sunrise you will be delighted to find the yacht is anchored in a stunning natural harbour fringed by beautiful white sandy beaches between Pulau Dayang and Pulau Aur. The water clarity here is excellent – a good place to see underwater life including manta rays, and dolphins. A short walk on Pulau Lang to the top of the lighthouse affords panoramic views of the South China Sea.
After breakfast depart for Pulau Pemanggil. On the northwest side of the island, a wooden walkway runs from North to South.! Lovely beaches extend the length of the west side and there is good snorkeling and diving on the reefs off the beach.
At the coral fringed Pulau Tioman there are opportunities to trek through the jungle and to swim beneath waterfalls. Golfers can take the opportunity to play a round at the Tioman island 18-hole links course.
Continue exploring the crystal waters, diverse reefs, and rainforests of Tioman. For the adventurous diver there are several excellent deep dives on the smaller outlying islands and underwater seamounts.
Head to Pulau Sibu and Pulau Tinggi, which rises into a distinctive conical shaped peak 500 metres high that often has a white cap of cloud. Enjoy swimming and snorkeling around the group of small coral islands to the south of Tinggi, and to the west side of Sibu where there are several large fish traps on which sit houses, called fishing kelongs, which can be explored.
Arrival to Singapore waters and disembarkation and transfer to airport for return flight home in your choice of private jet, or helicopter.