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EASTERN EUROPE "5 Countries" RM6388~8D/5Nights All Inclusive Package

NORMAL PRICE  RM 6988.00
DEAL PRICE  RM 6388.00
SOLD 258 
RM1000.00TIME LEFT
2014-09-31

Highlights:  Great Deal More Save,More Fun!
Our focus is to deliver exceptional services while offering Low Fares with added values


8Days/5Nights Package Tour
GERMANY/ CZECH REPUBLIC
SLOVAKIA/ HUNGARY/AUSTRIA

from RM6388 now instead of RM7388


Inclusive

  • Fully Guided tour
  • Return air ticket on Etihad Airways
    Emirates/ Oman Airways/ Lufthansa Airlines
  • 5 NIghts accomodation at 3-4 Star Hotel
  • Airport Taxes, Fuel Charges, Tippings to Driver and Tour Manager are included
  • Meals provided as stated in itinerary

Special Dishes

  • Pilsen well known Na Spilce Restaurant & experience Czech cooking and  Czech dishes at Uzlate Konvice Restaurant
  • Hungarian traditional flavour
  • Munich German Pork Knuckle/ Sausages

Departure Dates

  • 22/Oct, 21/Nov           RM6388
  • 20/Feb/2015               RM6388

Last updated: 8/8/2014

Brief Itinerary

  • Day 1 ~ K.L/Abu Dhabi/ Germany
  • Day 2 ~ Arrival Munich Tour/Prague
  • Day 3 ~ Prague sightseeing/ Bratislava
  • Day 4 ~ Bratislava/ Budapest
  • Day 5 ~ Budapest/ Vienna
  • Day 6 ~ Vienna/ Salzburg/ Munich
  • Day 7 ~ Munich/ Abu Dhabi
  • Day 8 ~ Abu Dhabi/ Kuala Lumpur

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Departure from Kuala Lumpur

Departure from Singapore + Surcharge

Exclude

  •  Travel Insurance (Compulsory)

TERMS & CONDITIONS
MUST READ

  • Booking period: 14 days after eVoucher purchased and subject to availability
  • Package is based on 2 persons per room/ extra cost for single traveler
  • Group booking (more than 10 eVoucher) 80 days before departure
  • Itinerary/ Tour price is subject to change without prior notice
  • VISA - Malaysia passport holders do not need holiday visa for Europe countries
  • Booking is based on first come first serve basis, book early to avoid disappointment

GENERAL - VOUCHER

  • Are transferable & exchangeable
    Voucher are not refunable

ADD-ONS (Compulsory)

  • Travel Insurance
    ~ For own travel protection

BALANCE OR SURCHARGE PAYMENT

  • Pay direct to Bestour & Travel
  • Cash term or online transfer is preferred to avoid 3% Credit Card charge
  • 40 days prior arrival date -85% cancellation fee is imposed on ground tour
  • 21 days before - Cancel of tour,fees non-refundable
  • Once ticketed, down payment is non-refundable and Full payment is required before departure date


HOW TO BOOK

Call BESTOUR 03-2142 1741
or email
tour@bestour.com.my with your:

  • Name(s) according to passport
  • Contact number
  • Preferred dates of travel
  • Passport number & expiry date
  • Attached Amigo eVoucher

Amigo Travel Partner
http://www.amigo.my/docimages/Bes%2022.PNG
BESTOUR & TRAVEL (M) SDN BHD
(kkkp No:0174 / EST.1983)

3.10, 3rd floor,Wisma Cosway,Jalan Raja Chulan
50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Tel: 03-2142 1741
E-mail:
tour@bestour.com.my

 


 

Customers are advised to call 03-2142 1741 or email Bestour & Travel at tour@bestour.com.my to check on availability of preferred travel dates before purchasing this deal. All bookings must be made 30 days prior departure


EASTERN EUROPE

Eastern Europe is the eastern part of the European continent. The term has widely disparate and varying geopolitical, cultural, and socioeconomic readings, which makes it highly context-dependent and even volatile. There are "almost as many definitions of Eastern Europe as there are scholars of the region.A related United Nations paper adds that "every assessment of spatial identities is essentially a social and cultural construct" One definition describes Eastern Europe as a cultural (and econo-cultural) entity: the region lying in Europe with main characteristics consisting in Byzantine, Orthodox, and some Turco-Islamic influences.Another definition was created during the Cold War and used more or less synonymously with the term Eastern Bloc. A similar definition names the formerly communist European states outside the Soviet Union as Eastern Europe.Although some view such definitions as outdated,they are still heard in everyday speech and used for statistical purposes by various supranational organizations.