Kuala Lumpur

Flights from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur

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Singapore - Kuala Lumpur
One way
Economy - - Fare Rules SGD 100 R
Singapore - Kuala Lumpur
Return Trip
Economy - - Fare Rules SGD 160 R


Festive Holiday in Mauritius

Special Offers Mauritius

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5 Days 3 nights to Mauritius Economy $1078pp



A new article in Travel Weekly called ‘Pause vs Play’ discovers that Mauritius can be as exciting a destination as it is relaxing.

Mauritius Adventure

It starts off by reminding travellers that it’s certainly an escape like no other to take it easy. It says: “It didn’t take long to fall in love with Mauritius; mango trees, sugar plantations and giant palms populate the landscapes, and locals greet you with warm smiles. There’s a sense of tranquillity everywhere you go, and it’s perfectly acceptable to spend days doing nothing other than watching the tide gently ripple back and forth, mojito in hand.”

But it says Mauritius is “no one trick pony” and there’s lots to explore in its “sugar-cane landscapes and protected coral reefs”. It also says that it may be the ideal destination for “couples or families whose tastes might not always quite go hand in hand.”




Mauritius is a great destination for families as this article here on the travel website WAYN recently recommended.As it says: “Travelling with children should be easy. As parents, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice a quality experience to enjoy the convenience. Mauritius is the perfect destination for families; there are so many fantastic exploits that can still be done in luxury and style.”

Mauritius Family

Part of this attraction is the amount of activities on offer combined with the beautiful and luxurious surroundings. WAYN was particularly taken with the wildlife and tropical gardens.
It said: “Visit the oversized water lilies at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden, pay a visit to the resident Giant tortoises and crocodiles at La Vanille Reserve des Mascareignes, wave from your catamaran as the dolphins swim by, or just relax on the beach while your kids partake in resort activities dedicated just to them.”




How do you prolong the magic of a destination wedding in Mauritius? After all, you’ve been waiting for this moment for months, so there’s every reason to make it last as long as possible. Fortunately for you, we’ve found plenty of memorable ways to continue the adventure and enjoy some alone-time on the day after your nuptials – below we take a look at some of the best.

Mauritius Honeymoon

Private dining
Even if your Mauritius wedding was on the small side, chances are you didn’t get to spend much time alone together on the day itself. Make up for it the next day by arranging a private dinner where there’s no-one else but you.

A couple’s spa experience
On the day after your wedding, there’s every chance you’ll be exhausted, so consider booking a special spa treatment to recharge your batteries for the honeymoon days ahead. Invigorating couples massages are offered at most resorts.



Mauritius: A golfers Paradise

There’s so much more to Mauritius than its beaches alone, but some of its experiences go happily hand in hand with an exquisite Indian Ocean view, such as golf.

Mauritius Golf

And did you know that despite Scotland’s claims to being the birthplace of golf there is evidence of similar pursuits taking place earlier in history in Mauritius? So, it’s no surprise that the island is now a top golfing destination.

How about taking a boat to your first tee or negotiating the boulders that centuries of volcanic activity have left behind?

If you’re looking for a bucket-list course then here’s how the island’s game has evolved, one you can enjoy year-round.

So, if you love golf what are you waiting for?