Home » Tour Operator » Currently Reading:

Three Spiceroads Tours “Pop-Up” In Time For Singapore’s Extended Jubilee Weekend

June 15, 2015 Tour Operator No Comments Print Print Email Email

Coinciding with the four-day long public holiday celebrating Singapore’s 50 years of independence (August 7-10, 2015), SpiceRoads has organised three new pop-up tours: a classic tour of the backwaters of Kerala, India; a mountain bike adventure in Bali, Indonesia; and a road ride through the hills of Kanchanaburi in Thailand. http://www.eastinhotelsresidences.com/“These tours are perfect for people who want to make the most of their long-weekend.  Even if you don‘t live in Singapore it is a great opportunity to get away without having to take too much of your valuable leave off,” says Struan Robertson, CEO SpiceRoads Cycle Tours

The adventures
Bali Mountain Bike Explorer – Learn about the fascinating Balinese culture while mountain biking past volcanoes, crater lakes, fast-flowing rivers, and deep canyons to visit rice terraces, temples, and villages.
Book flights for Denpasar, Indonesia (DPS) to arrive August 6 and depart August 10
Flight time from Singapore: 2 hrs 40 mins
Tour cost:  US$ 995
For more information

Kerala Explorer –  Venture around the Western Ghats, the network of backwaters by houseboat, and Thatekkad bird sanctuary to find out why Kerala is on National Geographic Traveler Magazine’s “10 Paradises of the World”.
Book flights for Kochi, India (COK) to arrive August 6 and depart August 10
Flight time from Singapore: 4 hrs 30 mins
Tour Cost:  US$ 795
For more information

Road Ride of Kanchanaburi Hills – Visit the sites around the River Kwai, test your hill riding with some challenging ascents, and visit Three Pagoda’s pass on the border with Burma.
Book flights for Bangkok, Thailand (BKK) to arrive August 6 and depart August 10
Flight time from Singapore: 2 hrs 25 mins
Tour cost:  US$ 700
For more information

And for people who can take a few more days off:

Wilds of Sarawak by Bicycle – This week long adventure includes exploring Kuching, the culturally diverse capital of Sarawak, visiting an orangutan rehabilitation centre, kayaking the Sarawak River, trekking along steamy jungle paths, and witnessing the birth of baby turtles on pristine beaches.
Book flights for Kuching, Malaysia (KCH) to arrive August 7 and depart August 15
Flight from Singapore:  1 hr 30 mins
Tour cost:  USD 1,645

Comment on this Article:

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.

Platinium Partnership


Elite Partnership Sponsors


Premier Partnership Sponsors


Official Media Event Partner


Global Travel media endorses the following travel publication