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$78.03 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Singapore Sunset Cruise On A Luxury Catamaran

Your Singapore harbour cruise sets sail from ONE 15 Marina Club on Sentosa Island at 6.30pm sharp and returns at 9.30pm. The meeting time is 6.15pm. Full instructions on how to get to ONE 15 Marina Club are provided upon booking. The sunset Singapore boat tour begins with a 45 minute cruise around the Southern Islands. This is a part of Singapore that few people get to explore. We drop anchor at St John’s Island, the  site of Sir Stamford Raffles’s anchorage before meeting the Malay chief of Singapore in 1819. We spend 1.5 hours here giving you plenty of time to relax and watch the sunset or, if you are feeling active, to try stand up paddle boarding , kayaking or have a sunset swim.  Your friendly crew will share stories with you about Singapore’s Southern Islands and their significance in the maritime industry.  On the cruise back we will take in the magnificent view of Singapore’s city skyline before disembarking at Sentosa’s ONE 15 Marina Club.  Important: This is a casual chill out cruise with light information and light snacks. It is not a formal tour nor is it a formal dinner cruise. This is simply a few hours out sailing around the beautiful islands of Singapore with a laid back bunch of people. 

$141.65 Outdoor Activities

Snorkel Tour to Koh Rok and Koh Ha by Siam Adventure World from Phuket

Get conveniently picked up from your hotel in Phuket and get driven by van to the starting point of the tour at Royal Phuket Marina. Meet the friendly boat crew of Siam Adventure World and get a light breakfast before cruising by speed boat to the Southern Islands of Koh Lanta. On the way to the twin islands of Koh Rok you will be passing by the famous Phi Phi Islands. In less than 90 minutes you will reach Koh Rok Nok (also known as Koh Rok Noi) for the first anchor stop. Here you can experience some fantastic beaches that will often be almost deserted. Ao Man Sai Beach is perfect for relaxing and catching up on your sunbathing. Pha Samed Daeng is great for sightseeing, if the weather is perfect you can see Koh Lanta from here. Thong Cape is the best place to relax and chill out. Continue to the northern island of Koh Rok Yai (also known as Koh Rok Yai) which features an outstanding snorkeling area and a waterfall which is active only in the rainy season. On top of this, there is an area considered very special for local fishermen called Sarn Chao Bay where a spirit-house was built a long time ago. They believe that the shrine protects them from harm when out at sea. There is also a National Park ranger station on the island together with public tourist facilities such as camping area and toilets as well as a shady dining area where a picnic lunch is served by the boat staff. Between the twin islands, which are just a couple of hundred meters in distance from each other, you can snorkel in the open water on hard and soft corals. You might spot sea turtles, angelfish, pufferfish and anemones, or even a black-tip shark if you are lucky. Then hop on the speed boat and cruise further to Koh Ha for more snorkeling and take on the beautiful tropical surrounding. The word ‘ha’ means ‘five’ in Thai and, as the name suggests, it consists of five lovely limestone islands located in the west of Koh Lanta. Koh Haa’s shock of white sand beneath its central, protected cerulean lagoon affords a breathtaking backdrop for some of the best snorkeling in the Andaman Sea. Return back to the Royal Phuket Marina where your driver will bring you back to the hotel in Phuket with once-in-a-lifetime memories. Itinerary:05:15 - 06:15: Hotel pickup in Phuket06:15 - 07:00: Enjoy a light breakfast07:00 - 07:30: Depart from Royal Phuket Marina07:30 - 09:15: Cruise to Koh Rok passing by Phi Phi Islands09:15 - 10:15: Snorkel at the beach of Rok Nok Island10:15 - 10:45: Continue Koh Rok Nai10:45 - 11:45: Swim at Rok Nai Island11:45 - 14:00: Enjoy lunch & relax at the beach14:00 - 14:45: Continue to Koh Ha14:45 - 15:30: Swim at Ha Island15:30 - 17:00: Cruise back to Royal Phuket Marina17:00 - 17:30: Transfer back to the hotel

$141.65 Outdoor Activities

Snorkel Tour to Koh Rok and Koh Ha by Siam Adventure World from Khao Lak

Get conveniently picked up from your hotel in Khao Lak and get driven by van to the starting point of the tour at Royal Phuket Marina. Meet the friendly boat crew of Siam Adventure World and get a light breakfast before cruising by speed boat to the Southern Islands of Koh Lanta. On the way to the twin islands of Koh Rok you will be passing by the famous Phi Phi Islands. In less than 90 minutes you will reach Koh Rok Nok for the first anchor stop. Here you can experience some fantastic beaches that will often be almost deserted. Ao Man Sai Beach is perfect for relaxing and catching up on your sunbathing. Pha Samed Daeng is great for sightseeing, if the weather is perfect you can see Koh Lanta from here. Thong Cape is the best place to relax and chill out. Continue to the northern island of Koh Rok Yai which features an outstanding snorkeling area and a waterfall which is active only in the rainy season. On top of this, there is an area considered very special for local fishermen called Sarn Chao Bay where a spirit-house was built a long time ago. They believe that the shrine protects them from harm when out at sea. There is also a National Park ranger station on the island together with public tourist facilities such as camping area and toilets as well as a shady dining area where a picnic lunch is served by the boat staff. Between the twin islands, which are just a couple of hundred meters in distance from each other, you can snorkel in the open water on hard and soft corals. You might spot sea turtles, angelfish, pufferfish and anemones, or even a black-tip shark if you are lucky. Then hop on the speed boat and cruise further to Koh Ha for more snorkeling and take on the beautiful tropical surrounding. The word ‘ha’ means ‘five’ in Thai and, as the name suggests, it consists of five lovely limestone islands located in the west of Koh Lanta. Koh Haa’s shock of white sand beneath its central, protected cerulean lagoon affords a breathtaking backdrop for some of the best snorkeling in the Andaman Sea. Return back to the Royal Phuket Marina where your driver will bring you back to the hotel in Khao Lak with once-in-a-lifetime memories. Itinerary:04:00 - 05:30: Hotel pickup in Khao Lak05:30 - 06:15: Transfer to Royal Phuket Marina06:15 - 07:00: Enjoy a light breakfast07:00 - 07:30: Depart from Royal Phuket Marina07:30 - 09:15: Cruise to Koh Rok passing by Phi Phi Islands09:15 - 10:15: Snorkel at the beach of Rok Nai Island10:15 - 11:45: Swim at Rok Nok Island11:45 - 12:00: Circle around the island12:00 - 14:00: Enjoy lunch & relax at the beach14:00 - 14:45: Continue to Koh Ha14:45 - 15:30: Swim at Ha Island15:30 - 17:00: Cruise back to Royal Phuket Marina17:00 - 18:00: Transfer to the hotel