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    4D3N Kathmandu Yoga Tour 01 Apr 2012 31 Dec 2012 From SGD528 4D3N Maldives Kurumba Resort 01 May 2012 31 Oct 2012 From SGD668 4D3N Dubai 01 Apr 2012 30 Sep 2012 4D3N Kathmandu Yoga Tour 01 Apr 2012 31

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    Us 联系我们 Heritage Travel Tours Services Pte Ltd 767 Upper Serangoon Road 02 03 Nam Peng Centre Singapore 534635 Hotline 65 6733 9880 Mon Fri 8 30am 5 30pm Closed on Sat Sun PH Emergency Line 65 9423 7036 Mon Fri 5 30pm 10pm Sat 9am 2pm Enquiry sales heritagetour com sg Feedback feedback heritagetour com sg Fields marked with are required Name Email Phone Subject Message Send a copy

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  • Services | Heritage Travel & Tours
    Tape a To Do list to your fridge and check things off as you go Don t forget to shop for film extra batteries sunscreen and travel size toiletries These are more expensive to buy on the ship and you may not find your favorite products Consider filling small plastic containers with conditioner and shampoo from the big bottles which you can leave at home Pack light pack right Be prepared for the off chance your luggage will get misplaced Even if your bag isn t lost it often takes hours before it gets to your cabin So pack for survival Put a little of everything you ll want and need in carry on bag This includes undies shirts socks a bathing suit and something to wear to dinner As added protection buy travel insurance that covers you for lost stolen damaged or delayed luggage Beat the rush On most cruises you ll want to schedule all kinds of things So will everyone else usually at the same time Shore excursions are described in a brochure that comes with your cruise tickets book any excursions you can t bear to miss early on Increasingly lines allow you to book them before you leave home It s also a good idea to make your spa appointments and specialty restaurant reservations on the first day of the cruise so you don t lose out Be shore savvy Some shore excursions are worth taking and others may not How do you know the difference Take shore excursions when they offer a chance to do something really spectacular like diving para sailing etc A car and driver can be a more personal and less costly way to sightsee To make it more fun and affordable put your own group together and share the ride with newfound friends you ve met on board But note if you go solo and miss the boat you re on your own Get the royal treatment Ask your agent about cruise lines that pamper their passengers with in room extras like terry cloth robes fruit baskets and the like Let the cruise director know you re newlyweds Ask about honeymoon and anniversary parties dinner at the captain s table and other special recognition You can also buy packages that include things like a formal portrait in an engraved frame and a champagne breakfast in bed Most lines also tailor packages for couples who want to kick off their honeymoon with a wedding Stuffing the envelope The last night of the cruise is a bittersweet time You ve had fun You re going home And then there s that little business of tipping to take care of Remember that tipping is always entirely up to you Most cruise lines will recommend just how much to tip About 3 50 per passenger for the waiter and cabin steward and 2 a day for the busboy These are only guidelines tip what you want You should never feel pressured The maitre d for example need not be tipped just for asking How was your dinner On the other hand if he made your cruise extra special by finding that table for two let him know with a monetary gesture that says Thank you Cruising for romance On most cruises you ll be assigned a dinner table usually with other passengers and time early or late for the entire trip See the maitre d as soon as you board to specify which seating you prefer also let him know if you prefer a table for two and be sure to advise him of your newlywed status After dinner remember that the hot tubs never close and you ll probably find yourselves alone under the stars For more alone time stay on the ship when everyone else goes ashore it s like having your own private yacht Hotel Stay Tip Hotels especially of the four and five star category are normally extremely safe providing you with a safe in the room and at the reception area security guards hiding around the place and cameras that can be as much your friend as your enemy However still things do occasionally disappear sometimes without the owner ever knowing that they have gone So here are a few tips to avoid your valued possessions from taking a walk If the hotel has an in room safe use it and keep all your valuables in there However if the safe is electronic wipe the touch keys down before operating it with a damp cloth and then dry it before entering your secret code Try to do this every time you use the safe Also after you have keyed in your code and closed the door firmly locked on the safe Press all the other keys numbers that do not make up your code and press them firmly Doing this may set off a small alarm from the safe but it stops quickly and no one will pay any attention The reason to do this is because certain hotels have caught their own hotel staff placing a light oil residue or powder on to the touch keys that shows them when using a certain light what numbers were pressed They were managing to open the safe and one very clever thief was taking only 1 or 2 US from each room Would you have noticed It is not a lot but in a 400 or 500 room hotel the guy was doing quite well for himself Never leave valuables in soft material bags with pockets even if they are padlocked This avoids any potential of somebody simply splitting a seam to a pocket with a knife and removing select contents This has happened to one of our friends and he never even noticed until he went into the and bag and pocket a while later This should also apply to luggage that you check into the airplane Never get drunk and invite a stranger to your room This seems

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  • Services | FAQ | Heritage Travel & Tours
    4 Not valid unless duty stamped and signed by authorized personnel 5 Not replaceable once stolen lost or damaged 6 Only redeemable for travel services offered by the Company and unused balance amount if any will be forfeited Please present this Voucher photocopy not accepted to make your travel booking at Heritage Travel Tour Services Pte Ltd 767 Upper Serangoon Road 02 03 Nam Peng Centre Singapore 534635 Hotline 65

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  • Services | Travel Tips | Heritage Travel & Tours
    Tape a To Do list to your fridge and check things off as you go Don t forget to shop for film extra batteries sunscreen and travel size toiletries These are more expensive to buy on the ship and you may not find your favorite products Consider filling small plastic containers with conditioner and shampoo from the big bottles which you can leave at home Pack light pack right Be prepared for the off chance your luggage will get misplaced Even if your bag isn t lost it often takes hours before it gets to your cabin So pack for survival Put a little of everything you ll want and need in carry on bag This includes undies shirts socks a bathing suit and something to wear to dinner As added protection buy travel insurance that covers you for lost stolen damaged or delayed luggage Beat the rush On most cruises you ll want to schedule all kinds of things So will everyone else usually at the same time Shore excursions are described in a brochure that comes with your cruise tickets book any excursions you can t bear to miss early on Increasingly lines allow you to book them before you leave home It s also a good idea to make your spa appointments and specialty restaurant reservations on the first day of the cruise so you don t lose out Be shore savvy Some shore excursions are worth taking and others may not How do you know the difference Take shore excursions when they offer a chance to do something really spectacular like diving para sailing etc A car and driver can be a more personal and less costly way to sightsee To make it more fun and affordable put your own group together and share the ride with newfound friends you ve met on board But note if you go solo and miss the boat you re on your own Get the royal treatment Ask your agent about cruise lines that pamper their passengers with in room extras like terry cloth robes fruit baskets and the like Let the cruise director know you re newlyweds Ask about honeymoon and anniversary parties dinner at the captain s table and other special recognition You can also buy packages that include things like a formal portrait in an engraved frame and a champagne breakfast in bed Most lines also tailor packages for couples who want to kick off their honeymoon with a wedding Stuffing the envelope The last night of the cruise is a bittersweet time You ve had fun You re going home And then there s that little business of tipping to take care of Remember that tipping is always entirely up to you Most cruise lines will recommend just how much to tip About 3 50 per passenger for the waiter and cabin steward and 2 a day for the busboy These are only guidelines tip what you want You should never feel pressured The maitre d for example need not be tipped just for asking How was your dinner On the other hand if he made your cruise extra special by finding that table for two let him know with a monetary gesture that says Thank you Cruising for romance On most cruises you ll be assigned a dinner table usually with other passengers and time early or late for the entire trip See the maitre d as soon as you board to specify which seating you prefer also let him know if you prefer a table for two and be sure to advise him of your newlywed status After dinner remember that the hot tubs never close and you ll probably find yourselves alone under the stars For more alone time stay on the ship when everyone else goes ashore it s like having your own private yacht Hotel Stay Tip Hotels especially of the four and five star category are normally extremely safe providing you with a safe in the room and at the reception area security guards hiding around the place and cameras that can be as much your friend as your enemy However still things do occasionally disappear sometimes without the owner ever knowing that they have gone So here are a few tips to avoid your valued possessions from taking a walk If the hotel has an in room safe use it and keep all your valuables in there However if the safe is electronic wipe the touch keys down before operating it with a damp cloth and then dry it before entering your secret code Try to do this every time you use the safe Also after you have keyed in your code and closed the door firmly locked on the safe Press all the other keys numbers that do not make up your code and press them firmly Doing this may set off a small alarm from the safe but it stops quickly and no one will pay any attention The reason to do this is because certain hotels have caught their own hotel staff placing a light oil residue or powder on to the touch keys that shows them when using a certain light what numbers were pressed They were managing to open the safe and one very clever thief was taking only 1 or 2 US from each room Would you have noticed It is not a lot but in a 400 or 500 room hotel the guy was doing quite well for himself Never leave valuables in soft material bags with pockets even if they are padlocked This avoids any potential of somebody simply splitting a seam to a pocket with a knife and removing select contents This has happened to one of our friends and he never even noticed until he went into the and bag and pocket a while later This should also apply to luggage that you check into the airplane Never get drunk and invite a stranger to your room This seems

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    Flights Land Packages Leisure Golf Home Meeting 会议 Incentive 奖励旅游 Conference 大型企业会议 Exhibition 活动展览 For more information do not hesitate to contact our M I C E Team at 6733 9880 or email us at sales heritagetour com sg Terms

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  • Cruise | Heritage Travel & Tours
    still enjoy the activities that are not offered in the Star Navigator and in the Charlie s Kids Club However regular admission for the Charlie s Kids Club is still going on Despite the short School Holidays the Junior Cruisers Club still continued never failed to attract children wanting to be pampered Both Charlie s Kids Club and the Junior Cruisers Club were given maximum mileage in terms of advertising

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