Frankfurt – stroll along the Facede of the Romer, Frankfurt Cathderal, Frankfurt Historical Museum
Rothenburg – visit Market Square, St. Jacob Church, The World Famous Plonlein with Siebers Tower
St Gallen – Enjoy scenic view of St Gallenz
Zermatt – enjoy the gracefully curved Matterhorn Mountain and surrounding sceneries
Bern – famous Clock Tower and House of Parliament
Basel – visit the beautiful old town
Colmar – visit the the old town of Colmar with street after narrow street of half- timbered, half –painted. Quartier de la Krutenau “Little Venice”, Place de la Cathedrale
Stuttgart – visit Mercedes Benz Museum
Day 1: Kuala Lumpur-Frankfurt (B/Meals on board)
Assemble at KLIA, Sepang for your flight to Frankfurt, Germany
DAY 2: Frankfurt-Rottenburg (-/L/Dinner)
Welcome to Frankfurt, where we will visit the Façede of the Romer, Frankfurt Cathedral, Frankfurt Historical Museum, view of Frankfurt Skyline and Main River. Later, we depart to Rothenburg. We will visit the former imperial town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber is the perfect place to experience medieval and renaissance life in Germany as it was actually lived. The market square with the impressive town hall, the Ratsherrentrinkstube and wonderful patrician houses. The St. Jakobskirche with the famous Heiligblutaltar (Holy Blood Altar) by Tilman Riemenschneider and other cultural treasures. The World Famous Plonlein with Siebers Tower.
DAY 3: Rottenburg – St Gallen – St Moritz (B/-/D)
Depart to St Gallen, Switzerland. St. Gallen’s Abbey District, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a magnificent cathedral and the library certainly is the city’s main attraction. A stroll through the Old Town, the medieval center with the many half-timbered houses and oriel windows takes visitors back in time. St. Gallen is a major center in Eastern Switzerland featuring several entertainment options and events, and its close proximity to the Alps and Lake Constance allows for numerous interesting sightseeing and outdoor activities. Famous for its ski resorts, we depart to 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.
DAY 4: St Moritz – Zermatt (B/-/-)
From St Moritz, 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 5: Zermatt/Bern/Basel (B/-/D)
Depart to Bern that founded in 1191, this is a city of medieval magic, listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage. Attractions of Bern include several historic sites such as the famous Clock Tower, the bearpits (home to the city’s heraldic animals), the House of Parliament, the Paul Klee Center, the Swiss Alpine Museum, and excellent shopping arcades. After Bern, we adjourn to Basel where you can live and breathe art and culture. The city promises “Culture Unlimited” and sparkles with an incomparable programme of culture and leisure activities. The city also is known as an important trade center, and an interesting place of architecture offering both – old historic buildings as well as modern structures designed by world famous architects.
DAY 6: Basel/Colmar/Stuttgart (B /-/D)
We travel to Colmar where it is a sizeable town in the Haut-Rhin department to the south of the Alsace, France region. The town has rather a lot of more recent development around the edges, but continue to the centre and you will love the old town with street after narrow street of half-timbered, half-painted houses that will show you the real Alsace as it was hundreds of years ago. Continue our journey to Stuttgart, the capital of southwest Germany’s Baden-Württemberg state, has long been known as a manufacturing hub.
DAY 7: Stuttgart-Frankfurt (B/L/D)
Morning, we will visit the wonderful Mercedes-Benz Museum with its exhibits relating to the development of the automobile. 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. Later in the afternoon, we will continue our journey to Frankfurt, free leisure time for some shopping.
DAY 8: Frankfurt/Kuala Lumpur (B/Meals on board)
Free until your transfer to the Airport
DAY 9: KUALA LUMPUR
Arrive Kuala Lumpur with sweet memories and till we meet again!
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England, London – Panoramic views of St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge, London Bridge, London Tower, Parliament House, Big Ben, London Eye, Westminster Cathedral, 10 Downing Street, Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly, Chinatown
Eurostar – by high speed train – London to Brussels, Belgium
Belgium, Brussels – View the Atomium, Grand Place, Manneken Pis
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