Code: 14EGSA
14 Days 11 Nights
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Tour Highlights:

  • Munich – Marienplatz , Peterskirche, Cathedral of our Lady
  • Salzburg – Birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Hohensalzburg castle.
  • Hallstatt – The Lake Hallstatt, a spectacular mountain lake in Austria’s Salzkammergut region
  • Innsbruck – Golden Roof , Swarovski Crystal
  • St Moritz – Lake St Moritz
  • Chur – Old Town
  • Zermatt – enjoy the gracefully curved Matterhorn Mountain and surrounding sceneries
  • Montreux – Lake Geneva , Charlie Chaplin Statue
  • Lausanne – Olympic Committee headquarters, Old Town – “La Cité”
  • Kambly – Visit the fine swiss biscuit making
  • Bern – UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Town, Rose Garden, Bear Park
  • Schilthorn – revolving restaurant, Piz Gloria, and its associations with James Bond
  • Rhine Falls – largest falls in Central Europe
  • Zurich – Old Town , Bahnhofstrasse
  • Stuttgart – Visit Mercedes Benz Museum
  • Frankfurt – stroll along the Facede of the Romer, Frankfurt Cathedral


(Single Person Price / Not Entitle for Buy 1 Get 2) / Airline Use : Vietnam Air

Flight Schedule: Upon Enquiry


  • SEP-21


  • MAY-8,30
  • JUNE-5,12

  • MAR-6,28
  • APR-10

  • NOV-16


(Single Person Price / Not Entitle for Buy 1 Get 2) / Airline Use : Oman Air

Flight Schedule: Upon Enquiry


  • NOV-7,14,20


  • JAN-26
  • FEB-13,26
  • MAR-6,13,27
  • APR-10,24

  • NOV-26
  • DEC-23


  • FEB-02
  • APR-10

  • DEC-14


(Single Person Price / Not Entitle for Buy 1 Get 2) / Airline Use : Emirates

Flight Schedule: Upon Enquiry


  • NOV-7,14


  • JAN-9,23
  • FEB-14,26
  • MAR-6,13,26
  • JUN-5,12,19

  • DEC-25


  • APR-7
  • MAY-24

  • DEC-12,18,27


Day 1: Kuala Lumpur - Frankfurt (Meals on board)

Assemble at the KLIA for your flight to Frankfurt, Germany.


DAY 2: Frankfurt - Munich (B/-/D)

Hotel: Ibis/NH or similar

Arrive today in Frankfurt, where we will visit the Façede of the Romer, Frankfurt Cathedral, Frankfurt Historical Museum, view of Frankfurt Skyline and Main River. Depart to Munich. Munich, the capital of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany, lies on the River Isar on the fringes of the Bavarian Alps. The focal point of Munich's historic inner city is the large open square, the Marienplatz, where you'll find the Old and New Town Halls. One of Germany's most popular cities to visit, Munich is also famous for its many fine churches, including Peterskirche, the oldest inner city church built during the Romanesque period; the Cathedral of our Lady (Frauenkirche), the city's most famous building; and Michaelskirche, the largest Renaissance church.



Hotel: Ibis or similar

Morning, travel to Vienna City. On arrival, our sightseeing tour includes Ringstrasse with its beautiful classical buildings - the Opera House, Historical Museum, Hofburg Palace, Burgtheatre, Parliament Building, Votive church and Rathhaus – Vienna main city hall. Located east of the city entrance is included to visit one of the most beautiful palace in Europe – Schonbrun Palace. Visit Kartnerstrasse shopping pedestrian mall and see landmark of the city St.Stephen’s cathedral.


DAY 4: Vienna - Hallstatt - Salzburg (B/-/D)

Hotel: Ibis or similar

After Breakfast, transfer to Hallstatt, an incredibly gorgeous village that sits along the banks of Lake Hallstatt in the mountainous region of Salzkammergut. The salt mine in the mountains above the village has made Hallstatt world famous, along with the glistening views of the surrounding lake and mountain peaks. Travel to Salzburg- Sound of Music city. Stroll in Mirabell gardens and the old town of Salzburg with the imposing Hohensalzburg castle. See the Birthplace of Mozart now a museum (entrance not included) and enjoy the numerous passage ways in the old town filled with shops and squares.


DAY 5: Salzburg - Innsbruck (B/-/D)

Hotel: Alp Art/Edelweisee Goetzens or similar

We continue our coach tour along glacier cut valley highways to Innsbruck city known for its Winter Olympic Games and discover the Golden Roof and its tales. Shop for Swarovski Crystal in the old town and enjoy the fresh mountain air in this Alps city.


DAY 6: Innsbruck - St Moritz - Chur (B/-/D)

Hotel: Sommerau or similar

Morning, we travel south east to the most famous holiday resort, St Moritz. where it is one of the most famous holiday resorts in the world. The sun shines an average of 322 days a year - more than anywhere else in Switzerland. Skiers, snowboarders and cross country skiing enthusiasts are drawn to St. Moritz by its natural beauty and quality infrastructure. Arrive in Chur in the afternoon. Switzerland’s oldest city charms visitors with its fine mountain setting, twisting alleys and historic buildings. Numerous boutiques, restaurants, bars, museums and galleries in the largely traffic-free Old Town create a Mediterranean-style atmosphere.


DAY 7: Chur - Zermatt (B/L/-)

Hotel: Derby or similar

From Chur, we will travel to Zermatt where it lies at the foot of the highest mountains in the entire Alpine mountain range. Zermatt provides for a unique nature experience! Mountains, glaciers, pine and larch forests, flowers, mountain lakes and game animals are to discover. Zermatt (pollution free town with no motorised vehicles), where traditional Swiss village of wooden chalets and window boxes with picturesque settings, go for a stroll or do some shopping of chocolates, watches, souvenirs.


DAY 8: Zermatt (Free and Easy) (B/-/-)

Hotel: Derby or similar

Spend the day relaxing in the clean dry mountain air or shopping for luxury goods along the famous Bahnhofstrasse or little lanes and alleys. You may take an optional trip to Gornergrat (3,089 m) where it is one of those places that everyone should visit at least once in a lifetime. Europe's highest cogwheel railway has climbed through picture-postcard scenery to Gornergrat The mountain panorama and the glorious view of the Matterhorn are unforgettable. (Own Expenses)


DAY 9: Zermatt - Montreux - Lausanne (B/L/-)

Hotel: Ibis or similar

Morning, travel to Montreux. Montreux is famous for its beautiful location on Lake Geneva, where we visit the old town of Montreux. Later, strolling by the Vevey promenade, we come here took a picture of Charlie Chaplin statue, a statue to commemorate the memory of Charlie Chaplin. Continue on, we proceed to Lausanne. Lausanne is well known for housing the International Olympic Committee headquarters, including its popular museum. Lausanne also offers a beautiful Old Town - "La Cité"- with an impressive medieval cathedral and excellent pedestrian-only shopping areas.


DAY 10: Lausanne - Kambly - Bern (B/L/-)

Hotel: Ibis or similar

Dive into the world of Kambly in the centre of the idyllic Emmental valley and discover the secrets of the art of fine biscuit making. Look over our master confectioner’s shoulders, explore over 100 years of Kambly history, relax at the Kambly Café and taste a great range of finest Kambly biscuits at your heart’s content. Proceed to Bern in the afternoon. In a stunning location, perched on a peninsula of the River Aare, the Swiss capital of Bern exudes old world charm, and the city's medieval old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Strolling along the cobbled streets, visitors can explore the tallest cathedral in Switzerland, with panoramic views from its tower.Visit the Rose Garden (Rosengarten) and enjoy the fabulous panorama of Switzerland’s Capital. Continue on, we also visit the bear-friendly Bear Park, located at the east end of the Old Town of Bern.


DAY 11: Bern - Schilthorn - Zurich (B/L/-)

Hotel: Ibis or similar

Depart to Schilthorn, at an elevation of 2,970 meters. The views are spectacular, and the ski trails from here run all the way back to Lauterbrunnen, 12 kilometers below. Enjoy this peak for its revolving restaurant, Piz Gloria, the view of the majestic Alps with Eiger, Mönsch and Jungfrau. Discover the interactive Bond World 007 and the world’s first 007 walk of fame. Lunch at the 360°-Restaurant, which rotates around its own axi s in 45 minutes. Afternoon travel north east to Zurich. Zurich is Switzerland's largest city, a major transportation hub, and a top starting point for travelers.


DAY 12: Zurich - Rhine Falls - Stuttgart - Frankfurt (B/Meals on board)

Hotel: Novotel/Ibis or simialr

A great place explore Zurich is to begin a walking tour is the cobbled streets of the Old Town with its quaint shops, cafés, and galleries. Mile-long Bahnhofstrasse, one of Europe's finest shopping strands, beckons with designer stores selling fashion, watches, and jewelry. Later, depart to Rhine Falls. Spanning 150 meters, the Rhine Falls (Rheinfall) at Schaffhausen are the largest falls in Central Europe. Proceed to Stuttgart. Stuttgart has had a long love affair with the automobile, which can trace its roots as far back as 1887 when Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach set up shop here. One of the highlights of any visit to the city must be the wonderful Mercedes-Benz Museum with its exhibits relating to the development of the automobile. Later afternoon, travel to Frankfurt.


DAY 13: Frankfurt - Kuala Lumpur (B/Meals on board)

Free time- relax, or you may do your last minute shopping before transfer to the airport for your flight home.


DAY 14: Kuala Lumpur

Arrive home with sweet memories of your 14 Days tour.

Note: Itinerary and Meal Arrangement are Subject to Change Especially on Peak Season, if above Hotel was Fully Book will replace a similar Hotel.

The sequence of the itinerary may varies on the actual tour.

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