$998 per pax for 6D5N Nepal Hotel Stay with Breakfast + 2 Way Thai Airways Flight and Airport Transfer + Guided Tour + Meals + All Land Transfers (Worth $1800)
- Accommodations in comfortable hotels throughout the tour
- Hotel upgrades available
- View tour itinerary
- Convenience of all-inclusive packaged holiday
- Cool temperature with breath-taking panoramic scenery
- Expert cultural guides
- A good mix of sightseeing, trekking and cultural immersion
- Tours to surrounding countryside, important landmarks and popular tourist attractions
- Experiencing the great outdoors
- Cultural pursuits
- A once-in-a-lifetime experience
- Travelling with like-minded friends
- 5 night stay at various hotels as per itinerary
- 5 breakfast + 4 lunch + 5 dinner
- 2 way Thai Airways “W” Class flight with meals onboard
- Free baggage allowance of 20kg per passenger
- 2 way Airport transfer
- Guided tour at Kathmandu, Pokhara, Sarangkot and Nagarkot
General Fine Print:
- Travel between 28 July to 30 September 2012 (end date)
- Book by 31 August 2012 or at least 14 days prior to departure, whichever is earlier
- Additional surcharge of S$155 per pax required for reservation made after 30 July 2012
- Not valid on 8 – 10 August, 17 August 2012
- Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts
- 2 Groupons per room, based on double occupancy
- Maximum room occupancy: 3 Adults OR 2 Adults + 2 children
- Rooms and flights subject to availability
- Not valid with other promotions and discounts
- No cancellations or amendments allowed upon confirmation of booking
- Flight details for reference only and subject to availability:
TG 402 SIN-BKK 0740-0900
TG 319 BKK-KTM 1015-1225
TG320 KTM-BKK 1330-1815
TG401 BKK-SIN 1940-2255
- Applicable Singapore airport taxes and airline fuel surcharges apply at S$345 per pax (subject to changes)
- Groupon printout MUST be presented
- Call 6392 5000/ 6392 3911/ 6262 6411/ 6755 7311 for enquiries
- Groupon is inclusive of GST
- See the rules that apply to all deals
How To Book:
- 6D5N Upgrade to 4-Star Hotels: Additional S$150 per pax
- 6D5N Upgrade to 5-Star Hotels: Additional S$300 per pax
- 6D5N Single occupancy: Additional S$250 per pax
- 6D5N Child without bed: S$650 per pax
- 6D5N Child with bed: S$700 per pax
- 8D7N stay: Additional S$150 per pax
For $998 per pax, you get a 6D5N stay package which includes 5 night stay at various hotels as per itinerary, 2 way Thai Airways flight and Airport transfer, a guided tour and all land transfers (worth $1800).
View tour itinerary.
After arriving in Nepal's capital of Kathmandu, visitors take shuttles to a hotel for a quick orientation. After a short rest, the tour begins proper with a visit to Swayambhunath Temple which watches over the valley from the top of a hillock and offers a breath-taking view of Kathmandu City and the sunset view.
The journey then continues to the historic Kathmandu Durbar Square (Hanuman Dhoka) before a free and easy stroll in the city center makes for a relaxing post-dinner respite.
The next morning, a five- to six-hour drive leads to Pokhara, the base camp for the second and third days in Nepal. In Pokhara, the peaks of Annapurnas soar high above a sea of clouds, its ice-crowned granite face silhouetted against an endless blue sky. In the shadow of its namesake mountain, Nepal's Annapurna region shelters bustling urban centers and ancient Buddhist temples.
Day 3 starts off bright and early as the guides bring early risers to watch spectacular sunrise vistas in Sharankot. Breakfast is then duly served back at the hotel before the trek continues to a half day city tour of Pokhara valley where visitors get to experience the Tibetan way of life. When caught in a deadlock business transaction, rope the English-speaking guides fluent in Nepalese and other native tongues to negotiate the purchase of a smooth hand knitted carpet.
In the mountainside town of Nagarkot, early risers watch spectacular sunrise vistas and can spot Mount Everest on clear days.
The tour returns to Kathmandu to explore its ornamented shrines and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Boudhanath's 14th-century stupa shimmers with multicolored flags and encircling prayer wheels, and monkeys often perch atop painted Buddhas at the 5th-century Swayambunath stupa and are welcomed by priests, who consider them sacred.