Asia Repositioning (15 Days)

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean International
Singapore, Singapore to Sydney, Australia
Dates: 19 Oct 2018 - 02 Nov 2018

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DAY
PORT
ARRIVE DEPART
DAY 1
19 Oct 2018
Singapore, Singapore
6:00 PM
DAY 2
20 Oct 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 3
21 Oct 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 4
22 Oct 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 5
23 Oct 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 6
24 Oct 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 7
25 Oct 2018
Fremantle, Australia
8:00 AM 5:00 PM
DAY 8
26 Oct 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 9
27 Oct 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 10
28 Oct 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 11
29 Oct 2018
Adelaide, Australia
7:00 AM 4:00 PM
DAY 12
30 Oct 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 13
31 Oct 2018
Hobart, Australia
10:00 AM 6:00 PM
DAY 14
01 Nov 2018
Day-at-Sea
DAY 15
02 Nov 2018
Sydney, Australia
6:30 AM
Asia Repositioning map

Virtuoso Voyages Benefits

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One Complimentary Spa Treatment*

(VIRTUOSO EXCLUSIVE BENEFIT)

One Complimentary Spa Treatment when you book a Junior Suite or above on any 7-night or longer sailing.

Please select one of these rejuvenating spa experiences to enjoy during your cruise.

• Elemis Super Food facial

• Swedish Massage

• Reflexology including massage

Please see the Spa Manager once you board to make your appointment. This virtual voucher should serve as your notification that the ship you are sailing on has received a manifest with your booking details that denote you are eligible for this offer

(This offer is combinable with Complimentary Specialty Dinner for Two Benefit)

*Offer only applicable for United States and Canada guests.*

Restrictions may apply, please see Terms & Conditions for details.

Complimentary Specialty Dinner for Two*

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Enjoy a complimentary specialty dinner for two when you book a Balcony stateroom on any 7-night or longer sailing.

(This offer is combinable with One Complimentary Spa Treatment if booking Junior Suite Category or higher.)

You and a guest are invited to enjoy dinner in one of our specialty restaurants onboard. Please see the Maître d’ at the restaurant once you board to make your reservations

*Offer only applicable for United States and Canada guests.*

Restrictions may apply, please see Terms & Conditions for details.

What's Included

Included

  • Shipboard accommodations, Ocean transportation, most meals, Some beverages, most entertainment aboard the vessel

Not Included

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Dinner Offer is valid on Balcony category staterooms. Dinner and Spa Offer is valid on Junior Suite and above staterooms booked through December 31, 2017 on any 7-night or longer sailing open for sale. The amenities will be added 4 weeks after creation for those bookings that qualify. Option code SRK3 will appear on agent and guest invoice once the specialty dinner for two is applied. Option code SRK7 will appear on agent and guest invoice once the specialty dinner for two plus spa treatment is applied. Not all ships feature specialty dining and restaurants vary by ship. Guests sailing on ships with no specialty dining will receive a bottle of wine in the room on embarkation as a substitution. Offer is valid for dinner only for Chops Grille, Portofino, Giovanni’s Table, Jamie’s Italian, Samba Grill or Solarium Bistro. On Quantum Class ships Offer is valid only for Chops Grille and Jamie’s Italian. Offer excludes the following venues on all ships: 150 Central Park, Johnny Rockets, Izumi, Chef’s Table, Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine, Mystery Dinner Theater, Vini d’Italia and Portofino Wine Series. Special dining events that take place in Specialty restaurants are also excluded from the dining Offer. Voucher provided to present onboard cannot be used toward the purchase of specialty dining packages. Alcoholic beverages and sodas are not included, and are available at an additional cost. Specialty dining gratuities are included. Voucher provided to present onboard has no monetary value. Reservations must be made onboard, and cannot be made in advance online in order to redeem this Offer. Dinner Offer is valid for one dining experience for up to two guests in one stateroom. Dinner Offer may not be broken up into multiple single dining experiences. This Offer does not give guest(s) any priority for reservations, or if there is a wait to be seated in the restaurant. May be used with any promotional programs, sale items, Crown & Anchor Society discounts or any other discount programs. Spa Offer is limited to one spa treatment for one guest per stateroom. It will be at the guest’s discretion as to which guest on the booking redeems the spa Offer. The guest redeeming the treatment will choose one of three treatments: La Thérapie Hydrolift Facial; Swedish Massage; Reflexology including Massage. Dinner and Spa Offers are not redeemable for cash. These Offers are valid for new individual and Group bookings only. Booking eligibility is based on when the booking is created not deposited or date of final payment. Itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice. Government taxes and fees are additional. Offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time. Certain restrictions may apply. ©2015 Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Ships’ registry: The Bahamas. 15047312 • 10/28/15



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Add-Ons

Shore Excursions

Singapore, Singapore - 19 Oct 2018

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length:
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
VIP Airport Arrival Service
Airports are becoming more congested. Gates are being placed further from the baggage claim arenas. Immigration lines are getting longer. Baggage assistance has become scarce.

ShoreTrips VIP Airport Arrival Service will try to eliminate the most frustrating part of any vacation - your airport experience.

After receiving your request, we will provide a customized quote based on services requested.

This service is designed for travelers who want to travel with ease.

VIP arrival service may include the following: VIP escort service from your plane or gate to the curb, immigration and customs fast tracking and luggage assistance to the curb.

If you wish, we will also provide a private transfer to your hotel or cruise ship pier.

Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- By booking this trip you are making a request. Once your request is received we will provide you with a quote based on the services requested. If you have questions contact ShoreTrips.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 1 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
One Way Transfer Between Cruise Ship And Hotel
This is a one way transfer between the cruise ship pier and an area hotel, or vice versa.

Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- This transfer is done in a private deluxe mini-van.
- This transfer include an English speaking driver.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 1 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
One Way Transfer Between Airport And Hotel
This is a one way transfer between the aiport and an area hotel, or vice versa.

Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- This transfer is done in a private deluxe mini-van.
- This transfer include an English speaking driver.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 1 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
One Way Transfer Between Airport And Cruise Ship
This is a one way transfer between the airport and cruise ship pier, or vice versa.

Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- This transfer is done in a private deluxe mini-van.
- This transfer include an English speaking driver.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 11 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Post-Cruise Singapore Combo
Singapore, an island city-state off the coastline of southern Malaysia, is a global financial center with a tropical climate and multicultural population. Its colonial core centers on the Padang, a cricket field since the 1830s and is now flanked by grand buildings such as City Hall with its 18 Corinthian columns. In Singapore's circa-1820 Chinatown stands the red-and-gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, said to house one of Buddha's teeth. It is a city of neighborhoods representing many cultures and the history is interesting. There is much to see and lots of ways to see them.

Your guide is one of a kind! Your first experience with her will be filled with warmth. On your second day, you will be enlightened as she has the instincts to corral your interests and deliver the best experiences of the city she loves.

Pick up at the cruise terminal with your luggage and head to Mount Faber, the 2nd highest hill in Singapore to view the southern region of Singapore. This is the best way to understand the increasingly dense central business district within the Central Area. Not far away is the prestigious Botanic Gardens, the only tropical garden honored as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your walk through a portion of the gardens can include the National Orchid Garden, which is located on the highest hill in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. The distinctive feature of the National Orchid Garden not to be missed is its design concept which presents the display of plants in four separate colour zones over most of its areas. There is a nominal fee to enter the Orchid Garden and it is optional.

Follow this with a drive through the beautiful colonial Black and White neighborhoods. Built by the British from the late 19th century, black and white houses in Singapore enjoyed their heyday during the 1920s and 30s when they were home to top-ranking government officials, high court judges, and plantation owners. But during the Japanese Occupation from 1942-1945, the houses were abandoned by their colonial owners and taken over by Japanese soldiers instead. Today, there are approximately 500 houses remaining, scattered around Singapore in exclusive, leafy enclaves like Dempsey Road, Rochester Park, Portsdown Road and Adam Park.

We end your first day of touring midday at your hotel.

At first glance, you will see a city that is modern with beautiful avenues and soaring architecture. A closer look reveals the heritage of its Eastern and European pasts. Chinatown sits next to the Colonial District which blends into Little India. All of these neighborhoods are fascinating to visit, each with their own special experiences to offer. The biggest surprise will be Little India, the most interesting of all. You will see the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, where those people who have come to Singapore from India to find work, gather on the weekends to be reminded of home, and a whole world of culture compacted into a neighborhood.

Kampong Glam, just next door, is anchored by the Sultan Mosque with its onion dome, and shops and parks surround it. This is a lovely area with both contemporary sophisticated boutiques as well as old legendary shops where you can build your own fragrance to take home.

Chinatown - in 1822 Sir Stamford Raffles laid out a town plan that divided Singapore into clearly defined quarters - enclaves that remain distinctive even today. In the early 1980s Singapore recognized the value of preserving its architectural heritage for posterity and began restoring historic buildings. Chinatown was one of the first areas to be transformed and it is extensive and wonderful. During your walk you might be treated to see handmade noodles made in the blink of an eye or taste the famous bak kwa.

The Civic District, also known as the Civic and Cultural District or Civic and Cultural District by the Bay, is a district located in the Central Area of Singapore consisting of buildings, memorials and parks of historical interest. You will also venture into the heartlands where you can see how the locals live, work and play.

The Marina Bay area is also close by and is surrounded by fabulous buildings. There is no building in the world that looks like the Marina Bay Sands Resort, yet you can have a long discussion on what the design is all about.

The quintessential stop for lunch in Singapore is the Food Centre, which your guide will suggest. Your tour will be a mix of walking, driving, and boating to allow you to cover the city in each area for the best introduction to Singapore

Departures:
09:00 AM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- A vehicle is used for the first half day service to handle your luggage.
- On the second day, the fee for taxis, buses, metros are not included but will be discussed beforehand. Transport will come up to $10 per person.
- Lunch and beverages are not included but will cost about $10 per person.
- There are tastes of local foods that are included in the tour.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 3 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Jewish Singapore
Believe it or not, the first Jewish community in Singapore arrived from Baghdad in the early 1800s, after Sir Stamford Raffles of Britian declared it a trading post in 1819. Shortly after, in 1824, England was given ownership of Singapore and the Jewish community grew even further and, by 1840, established a community that was and still is very vibrant and thriving. Your expert guide will take you through Jewish heritage landmarks and two beautiful synagogues that have been declared national monuments in Singapore.

The Maghain Aboth Synagogue was the first to be constructed and opened for services in 1878. One hundred years after its construction, celebrations were underway to mark a century of existence with an appearance by Singapore's first chief minister, David Marshall, one of Singapore's best criminal lawyers and a key member in the community. Today, the synagogue continues to serve the entire community and remains a focal point of religious events.

Diversity within the Jewish community led to the creation of the Chesed-El synagogue in 1905. This was the second synagogue constructed by Sir Manasseh Meyer, a poor Jewish immigrant who rose to fortune within Singapore as a trader and real estate owner. He was even knighted in 1925!

Departures:
09:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- Please let us know if you need a pickup at the cruise pier and drop off at your hotel (or vice versa). We can accommodate this request with one suitcase per person. You must let us know at the time of booking.

Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 3 Hours
Meals: Lunch
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Moderate • Wheelchair Acceesible
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts • Food & Wine
Local Gourmet Experience

Have a cooking class held in a cosy black and white colonial town house near Katong and learn the secrets to great Asian cooking in a warm and relaxing setting. Our chef is a self-taught cook and has started cooking at the age of 7 and has not stopped since. For more than 40 years, she has been entertaining family members and friends with her culinary skills from all corners parts of the world- Indian, Chinese, Malay, Indonesian, Thai, Vietnamese, and European, Middle Eastern, African, American and a lot more. With more than 10 years of experience in running her own cooking classes, thousands of people from around the world have been to her home for one of her cooking classes. After a cooking demonstration, participants will split into groups and try to cook the menu selected. Lunch will commence after the class.

To view this tour, please visit our website in the link below.

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Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Sightseeing • Wildlife & Nature
Day Tour - Singapore's Secret Gardens

Singapore not only boasts its 2 famous gardens, but it is also known to be a City built in a Garden. Nurturing different community parks, private gardens and rehabilitation gardens, this program will bring you to the different outskirt areas of Singapore where lush greens and beautiful gardens are often missed.

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Itinerary Includes:

1. Unknown Gardens (2 hours)

2. Chinese and Japanese Gardens (2 hours)

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Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Snack
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Food & Wine
Night Tour - The Hungry Insomniacs

Singapore's love for food is truly divine. With endless list of food kiosks, hawker stalls and restaurants in every single street, anyone will be spoiled with choices! And if you are looking for something to satisfy your hungry tummy at 2am in the morning, fret not! When we say we can take you somewhere to eat at 2am, we mean what we say! And it's not taking you to a 24hrs Mcdonalds outlet, but we take you somewhere that serves "real food". And since we love giving "treats", we don't only show you where to eat, but also give you an insider tip about the food and/or the food stall. If you are really lucky, get to know how your food will be prepared - straight from the kitchen!

*Recommended timing: from 2300 hrs onwards

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Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Singapore Heritage Tour
This tour offers you a 360-degree exploration of the history and cultural heritage of the “Lion City,” taking you into the colorful ethnic enclaves of Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam, the city’s historic Muslim and Malay neighborhood.

You will start with a leisurely bumboat cruise on the Singapore River, discovering why this waterway has been affectionately dubbed “the river of life.” From this vantage point, you will see many historic landmarks and monuments, including the Raffles Landing Site, where the founder of the city, British statesman Sir Stamford Raffles, is believed to have landed in 1819. You’ll also meet Singapore's fabled Merlion, the mythical creature -- half fish and half lion – located at the mouth of the Singapore River.

As you tour the cultural neighborhoods, originally formed by Raffles’ concept of separate districts for each of the major groups settling in Singapore, history and culture come alive.

Vivid colors and intricate designs of shop houses and temples; exotic fragrances of spices and incense; mouth-watering aromas of street food; glimpses of street-side trade activities and temple worship; and the music of many languages swirling, will burn the complex reality of this amazing city on your senses.

Departures:
09:00 AM, 01:30 PM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- During the peak cruise season, from November to March, there is a possibility of 3 or 4 ships calling at the port of Singapore on the same day and certain ships will have to be berthed at a container port, some 20 to 30 minutes' drive from the Singapore Cruise Centre. In such a case, the cruise lines will transport passengers from the wharf to the cruise center via shuttle bus, reversing the process for the return to the ship. The tour company in Singapore will confirm the actual time you will meet your guide when they are informed which ship you are sailing on. A second cruise terminal is under construction and is expected to open in spring 2012.
- Note: There will be no visits to Kampong Glam on Fridays. Will visit Colonial District or Raffles Landing Site instead.
- Wear casual, light, loose summer clothing, a hat, comfortable walking shoes and sun block. A small umbrella and/or raincoat are recommended as rainfalls can be sudden and heavy.
- Expect daily rainfalls during monsoon season, in November and December.
- There are no additional entrance fees required, but you will want to bring money for shopping.

Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Recommended Ages: 18 and Above
Activity Level: Moderate
Experience(s): Adventure • Culture, History & Arts • Food & Wine
Day Tour - Singapore Multi-cultural City

Singapore, a country city of diverse nationality culture and religion, experience a cultural exploration as we take you in different historical and cultural landmarks that makes up the Singapore history. Enjoy a day of varied activities to experience the culture and history of Singapore. Start with a drive around Singapore’s colonial district followed by an in depth cultural discovery. Let our master guide bring you to a journey of heritage's past exploring areas like religion, cultural behaviors and tradition of each culture.

Each of the streets in Chinatown are built at right angles. For the sake of uniformity, Raffles specified that the shop houses and houses be built in brick and tiled and each house should have a verandah or covered passage five feet wide to provide an open space where the dwellers in the crowded houses could have fresh air and also where food hawkers could operate.

The charm of Little India lies in the fact that many of the olden-day trades can still be found by its roadsides and alleyways. Take a walk and you will find a treasure trove of decorative items, foodstuff, traditional Indian spices and apparel. Explore Tekka Market, a traditional food centre and wet market. Early morning visits are preferred as you will get the opportunity to be amongst the hustle and bustle as you see the locals out to purchase the fresh food produce.

Arab Street, or Kampong Glam is a colourful and lively street for food, clothing, spices, basketry items and Sonkoks - Malay word for Hats. Visit the magnificent golden dome of the Sultan Mosque, which sits on a ringed structure made entirely of the bottoms of glass bottles. Once the historic seat of Malay royalty in Singapore, it is a golden ethnic enclave worth exploring for its depth in architecture, exotic ornaments and palatable pleasures. Afterwards, we will be heading off to Bussorah Street which is one of the main tourist draw in Kampong Glam. Bussorah Street is a short alley lined with two-storey shophouses. Shop for curios like vintage clocks and toys, or simply wander around to get a taste of days gone by.

Visit the Peranakan Museum of Singapore and explore the culture of Peranakan communities in Southeast Asia. Installed in the former Tao Nan Chinese School built in 1912, this intimate museum possesses one of the finest and most comprehensive collections of Peranakan objects. Galleries on three floors illustrate the cultural traditions and the distinctive visual arts of the Peranakans.

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Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: 18 and Above
Activity Level: Moderate
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts • Sightseeing • Walking & Biking
Portals of the past

Start off at the Civilian War Memorial, a structure dedicated to all those who perished during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore. Continue with a scenic drive around the Civic District, passing by the Padang, Singapore Cricket Club, historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. Stop by the Lim Bo Seng Memorial, and let our guide narrate the story of this anti-Japanese resistance fighter.En route to Kranji war Memorial cementery dedicated to the men and women from United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, India, Malaya, the Netherlands and New Zealand who died defending Singapore and Malaya against the invading Japanese forces during World War II, it comprises the War Graves, the Memorial Walls, the State Cemetery, and the Military Graves.

Then, rekindle the memories at the Old Ford Factory. This historical building was the site where the British surrendered to the Japanese on 15 February 1942. A permanent exhibition gallery showcasing the memories of life during the Japanese Occupation was developed by the National Archives of Singapore. MOFF also houses the repositories of NAS.

Lastly, you will come to The Changi Chapel and Museum. Relocated in February 2001, it was built to honour the spirit and commitment of those who rose from the depths of adversity.

Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Moderate • Wheelchair Acceesible
Experience(s): Romance, Weddings & Honeymoons • Sightseeing • Wildlife & Nature
Harmony in Nature

Revel in the majesty of this sophisticated masterpiece as you meander amidst lush hybrids and unique collections of some of the world’s best orchids.

Magical and mystical, gardens always have a certain allure that tantalize with vivid colors and intoxicating scents. The Botanic Gardens hold over half a million species of plant life spread over 52 hectares of land with the National Orchid Garden being its crown jewel and a masterpiece of garden design. Revel in the majesty of this sophisticated masterpiece as you meander amidst lush hybrids and unique collections of some of the world’s best orchids. On by appointment basis, complete the experience with a private session with an orchid horticulturist who will take you through the intricacies of orchid breeding.

For a reprieve from the tropical heat and a taste of the Mediterranean climate, head to the cooled conservatory of one of Singapore’s newest attractions – the Flower Dome and Cloud Dome of The Gardens by the Bay. The uniquely designed structures won the World Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival 2012. The vertical gardens are 25 to 50-metres tall and have large canopies that provide shade for visitors. Stand in awe of the amazing Supertrees and admire its intricate and detailed designs despite its gigantic size.Gardens by the Bay is an integral part of a strategy by the Singapore government to transform Singapore from a "Garden City" to a "City in a Garden". The stated aim is to raise the quality of life by enhancing greenery and flora in the city.

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Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts
Day Tour Portals of the Past

Recount the dark days of World War II as you are taken to key monuments and sites. Start off at the Civilian War Memorial, a structure dedicated to all those who perished during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore. Continue with a scenic drive around the Civic District, passing by the Padang, Singapore Cricket Club, historic Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. Stop by the Lim Bo Seng Memorial, and let our guide narrate the story of this anti-Japanese resistance fighter.Lastly, you will come to The Changi Chapel and Museum. Relocated in February 2001, it was built to honour the spirit and commitment of those who rose from the depths of adversity.

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Itinerary Includes:

1. Civilian War Memorial

2. Scenic drive around the Civic District (Padang, Singapore Cricket Club, Parliament House, Supreme Court, City Hall)

3. Kranji War Memorial

4. Bukit Chandu

5. The Changi Chapel and Museum

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Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Eastern Reflections In Singapore
This excursion reflects upon all things Chinese in Singapore, uncovering along the way several secrets from the past. You will look back to the time when the first settlers from China braved arduous journeys in cramped and disease-ridden junks to travel to Singapore, in the early part of the nineteenth century, in search of a better life.

After being met by your private English-speaking guide, your tour will begin with a visit to Thian Hock Keng Temple (“Temple of Heavenly Bliss”), Singapore’s oldest Chinese temple. Built in 1839 by seamen from China as thanks to the Sea Goddess for their safe passage, the temple site marks the former location of Singapore’s waterfront, before modern reclamation changed the island’s landscape.

You’ll hitch a ride on a three-wheeled trishaw and then explore Chinatown on foot, where interconnected streets lined with lovingly-restored shop houses silently beckon passers-by.

Finally, you’ll call in at a Chinese teahouse right in the heart of Chinatown, and discover the art and science of making a good cup of therapeutic Chinese tea. Drinking Chinese tea will certainly never be the same once you’ve experienced this enlightening session!

Departures:
09:00 AM, 01:30 PM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- During the peak cruise season, from November to March, there is a possibility of 3 or 4 ships calling at the port of Singapore on the same day and certain ships will have to be berthed at a container port, some 20 to 30 minutes' drive from the Singapore Cruise Centre. In such a case, the cruise lines will transport passengers from the wharf to the cruise center via shuttle bus, reversing the process for the return to the ship. The tour company in Singapore will confirm the actual time you will meet your guide when they are informed which ship you are sailing on. A second cruise terminal is under construction and is expected to open in spring 2012.
- Wear casual, light, loose summer clothing, a hat, comfortable walking shoes and sun block. A small umbrella and/or raincoat are recommended as rainfalls can be sudden and heavy.
- Expect daily rainfalls during monsoon season, in November and December.
- There are no additional entrance fees required, but you will likely want to bring money for shopping.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Crafts And Birds In The Heartland Of Singapore
The culture of hand-made crafts is fascinating, but in most locations, as generations die out, it is losing its audience as well as the talented people that have mastered these special products. Our expert and very personable guide will direct you to an area of the city where the last remaining businesses still fashion their wares by hand. This scene is becoming a rarity in Singapore and around the world. Along with the special crafts you will witness an interesting hobby call Bird Singing, where you will find yourself serenaded by these special Song Birds.

The excursion is comprised of several stops, each of which will give you a window into the past life here. The first is right in the local heartlands where one of the largest Bird Singing corners is located. In this spot, birds actually get to practice their vocal chords and give you a chance to chat with the 'uncles', the owners who love their birds. Imagine the photographs and the stories you can return home with from just this one stop!

If you have ever watched Lion Dances and noticed the incredible colorful Lion Heads? One of the last remaining craftsmen who still makes these Lion Heads out of his home is one of your visits. It will not be long before these will no longer be created and on your visit you can order one of these beautifully crafted heads, though no pressure to do so. This is more about the exposure of a dwindling art.

Every think about incense sticks and how they are made, particularly those giant ones at the Chinese temples? Find out more about their history and creation right from the horse's mouth. If you wish, you can even try your hand and use the raw materials to fashion your own scented stick.

Finally you will be introduced to the 'master' craftsman who makes some of the most gorgeous lanterns by hand. This master artist provides the lanterns for numerous Chinese temples and Clan associations. These lanterns are all constructed of paper and the 'factory' you visit has an array of paper offerings that are commonly sold as donations at temples all over the world. These offerings are used as burnt for the Gods, Ancestors, and Ghosts, for good fortune and good health. No doubt you will want to select some pieces as perfect souvenirs to take home. At the least, you will bring back an incredible understanding of the culture and talent of the Singaporeans.

Departures:
09:00 AM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- Tokens of appreciation for the businesses visited should be considered around $80 SGD.
- Please dress comfortably.
- Lunch and beverages are not included.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Tour Award Winning Public Housing In Singapore
Singapore was once known to have the worst slums in the world. Today the public housing program is a source of national pride. Singapore's Housing and Development Board (HDB) has now received 3 UN awards over the last 25 years and over 80% of Singapore's resident population has called HDB flats home. On this tour you will really be immersed in the culture of the country as you learn the hows and whys of public housing policies that have proven successful.

On the first part of the tour you will find yourself with your outstanding guide in Toa Payoh, one of the first public housing projects in the country. Here you will visit the Hub of Public Housing and see the mock up of various apartments. As you view them, you will hear why they are considered more like a 'marriage proposition' than a lease agreement. As one of Singapore’s oldest housing estates, Toa Payoh was the first to benefit from the Estate Renewal Strategy – an integrated and systematic approach to rejuvenate older HDB towns, making them more comparable with newer estates. The estate renewal efforts revitalized Toa Payoh, and the pioneer HDB town is a vibrant place today.

On the second part of this tour you will visit the tallest public housing in Singapore - and in the world! It is called Pinnacle@Duxton and this award-winning development features the world's two longest sky gardens. One of the highlights of this tour is to see the inside of a 4-room HDB flat within the development. You will also visit the sky bridge on the 50th floor where you will be a wonderful view of the central part of Singapore.

Though the subject matter of this tour may sound more like a thesis, in today's modern world, you will see how Singapore has handled a problem that every country, and every major city is faced with. A view into these solutions also tells you much about the creativity and the sensitivity that the country of Singapore has exhibited in its problem-solving.

Departures:
09:00 AM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- Please dress comfortably.
- Please note that while transportation is included, this tour does include a significant amount of walking. Please wear appropriate footware.
- Lunch and beverages are not included.
- Additional $6 SGD per person to enter the sky bridge at Pinnacles.
- Gift to the home owner of $15 SGD.
- This excursion can be combined with more sightseeing for a longer tour.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Geylang, The Last Frontier
Mention Geylang and for many, the name immediately conjure the image of the 'red light district'. The Geylang area of Singapore continues to be one of the hottest topics in Asia, and millions wander the three mile Geylang Road and it’s surrounding “lorongs” each year.

But beneath this seedy image, it is a colorful mix of food, sex, history, culture and vintage. Arguably Singapore's most colorful enclave, Geylang has managed to maintain her authenticity by resisting gentrification. With more than 120 buildings in the area that houses religious groups, volunteer welfare organizations and clan associations, the neighborhood fills you with a palpable sense of spirituality and humanity.

Amble through the 'Lorongs', small roads, learn about the history of the various sectors, marvel at the beautiful shop houses and munch on one of best 'Dim Sum' around. We will visit a Tibetan Buddhist Temple with an amazing collection of 'Thangkas' and a beautifully restored Mosque built in the 1920s. We will also find out about the Hakka people and their contributions to Singapore when we visit their clan association. Finally, we will visit a wonderful shop house, whose owner, an enthusiast and collector, operates a home-store with an amazing array of religious and cultural artefacts, a virtual 'Aladdin's Cave'. At this last stop, you may stay and linger at your leisure.

Join in and enjoy this multicultural and multisensory experience.

Departures:
09:30 AM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- Dress comfortably and wear good walking shoes.
- Please expect to leave a donation at places of worship, about $5.00 SGD.
- You will be expected to leave a gift for the Clan Association and Home Store of about $20.00 SGD.
- Food and beverages are not included in the tour cost.
- Please note that while transportation is included, this program involves a lot of walking. Please wear appropriate footware.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 4 Hours 30 Minutes
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Night Safari With Dinner
As dusk falls over the tropical rainforest, the animals come alive at the world’s first open-concept nocturnal zoo. Experience the thrill of exploring the jungle as you get up close with the animals--from fierce predators to timid forest dwellers--in their natural habitat, enhanced by subtle moon glow lighting. Get set for a spectacular evening of adventure at Singapore’s No. 1 Night Spot!

Begin your journey with a tram ride from the Himalayas to wild Africa as you get up-close with the animals. The guided tram leads you through eight geographical regions designed after the habitats of the African savannah, Himalayan foothills, and jungles of South East Asia. Be enthralled by the animals from the comfort of the tram, or alight and explore the walking trails for closer views of smaller creatures.

Your visit to the Night Safari isn’t complete without catching the fascinating and entertaining shows, featuring the all-star cast of nocturnal animals. Also, don’t miss the chance to pose close-up with a serval, owl, or snake at the Animal Photography sessions.

Remember to catch the talented troupe of tribal warriors as they thrill you with their fiery stunts in the Thumbuakar Performance at the entrance of the park.

The Night Safari is an after-dark wildlife adventure that is truly one-of-a-kind, and is surely not to be missed!

Departures:
06:30 PM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- Animal Shows are subject to availability and have to queue to enter.
- There is a fair amount of walking on this tour.

Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 5 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy • Wheelchair Acceesible
Experience(s): Sightseeing
Day Tour - Singapore City within a Garden

Singapore is a Garden City. Every step you take, you get to admire flowers and plants all around. It is no wonder that Singapore is named as the Garden City.

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Itinerary includes

1. Singapore Botanic & Orchid Garden (2 hours)

2. All around the City Tour (1 hour)

3. Gardens by the Bay (2 hours)

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Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 5 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Incomparable Singapore Walking Tour
As Singapore sits at a crossroad of East and West, it is a complex mix of cultures and history. At first glance, you will see a city that is modern with beautiful avenues and soaring architecture. A closer look reveals the heritage of its Eastern and European pasts. Chinatown sits next to the Colonial District which blends into Little India. All of these neighborhoods are fascinating to visit, each with their own special experiences to offer. Traveling through Singapore gives you windows into many cultures. Each neighborhood offers a new scene with different foods, traditions and entertainments.

Our tour will bring you into these neighborhoods and along with the stories of how each developed, you will get to taste the local food. The biggest surprise will be Little India, the most interesting of all. You will see the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, where those people who have come to Singapore from India to find work, gather on the weekends to be reminded of home, and a whole world of culture compacted into a neighborhood.

Kampong Glam, just next door, is anchored by the Sultan Mosque with its onion dome, and shops and parks surround it. This is a lovely area with both contemporary sophisticated boutiques as well as old legendary shops where you can build your own fragrance to take home.

Chinatown - in 1822 Sir Stamford Raffles laid out a town plan that divided Singapore into clearly defined quarters - enclaves that remain distinctive even today. In the early 1980s Singapore recognized the value of preserving its architectural heritage for posterity and began restoring historic buildings. Chinatown was one of the first areas to be transformed and it is extensive and wonderful. During your walk you might be treated to see handmade noodles made in the blink of an eye or taste the famous bak kwa.

The Marina Bay area is also close by and is surrounded by fabulous buildings. There is no building in the world that looks like the Marina Bay Sands Resort, yet you can have a long discussion on what the design is all about.

Your tour will be a mix of walking, driving, and boating to allow you to cover the city in each area for the best introduction to Singapore.

Departures:
08:00 AM, 09:00 AM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- The fee for taxis, buses, metros are not included but will be discussed beforehand.
- Lunch and beverages are not included.
- There are tastes of local foods that are included in the tour.
- If time permits we will also visit the Colonial area

Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 6 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Moderate • Wheelchair Acceesible
Experience(s): Romance, Weddings & Honeymoons • Sightseeing • Wildlife & Nature
Day tour - Singapore in Bloom

This tour is catered to Naturalists as we will be exploring Singapore's two main garden attractions. You will be able to learn more about the concept of "The Garden City" and what it takes for Singapore to be developed into our current state. Join us to discover more about Singapore's beauty! Enjoy a journey where you will be brought to explore hundreds of plant species in three of our popular tourists nature site - Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Botanic & Orchid Garden and Chinese & Japanese Gardens.

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Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 6 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Sightseeing • Walking & Biking • Wildlife & Nature
Exploring Pulau Ubin's nature reserve

This unique expedition unveils the separation, journey right across Pulau Ubin, along a secluded route that only a few have ventured. Among the mangroves, be amused by the wildlife and the serenity. Enjoy and be enchanted of this trail of nature.

Offered by: ShoreTrips
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 7 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages:
Activity Level:
Experience(s): None Specified
Full Day In Singapore
Begin your day in Singapore with the sweet smell of flowers as you pay a visit to the National Orchid Garden. This select orchid display of 60,000 orchids and over 400 species will infiltrate your senses and serve as the equivalent to a morning coffee. As locals take a great pride in this Botanic Garden, you will learn that famous visitors from Nelson Mandela to Princess Diana have walked these same grounds!

From the gardens you will hop on a bumboat and take a ride along the Singapore river which is the location of the area's first trading port. The waters will then take you to the face of Singapore, Merlion park. Make sure you capture a picture of the famous mythical creature with the head of a lion and a body of a fish! Beautiful views of Marina Bay will quickly teach you why Singapore often uses this location prominently in their tourism promotions.

On your way to Chinatown you will drive through the Civic District and pass the Padang, Cricket Club, Parliament House, Supreme Court and City Hall. Singapore has a population of just over 5 million and is one of the most diverse crossroads of ethnic groups in all of Asia. Once in Chinatown you will explore old and new traditions while discovering rows of streets lined with tea houses, oriental arts, crafts and traditional medicinal herbs. This will be the location of your lunch as you enjoy a famous Chinese Dim Sum lunch.

At Kampong Glam you will visit the Sultan's Mosque which puts on an unforgettable display of architecture with the highlight being a golden dome just about the entrance. This building represents one more example of Singapore's eclectic cultural make up. Keep your eye out for the complex minarets and balustrades which are famously incorporated into most Mosques of this kind.

Your final stop will bring your experience full circle as you enter Little India. Colorful flower shops, energized vegetable vendors and busy curry houses will catch your attention around every turn. If you always wanted a tattoo feel free to approach a local Henna artist who will amaze you with an intricate design!

Departures:
08:00 AM, 09:00 AM,



Meeting instructions:
Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.



Special instructions:
- Admission to the National Orchid Gardens and the Bumboat Ride are included in the price of the tour.
- Lunch is included in the price of the tour.

Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 7 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Moderate
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts • Food & Wine
Day Tour - Singapore Cultural Gourmet

Singapore is one melting pot in Asia where food and eating is one of the favorite past times. Begin your culinary adventure as you travel along wet markets and hawker stalls where you'll see Teh Tarik (pulled tea) being poured, roti pratas being flipped and Nasi Lemak being wrapped in banana leaves.

Take a brief stroll through the local community and stop at an urban farm. See more and more of these small gardens blossoms in Singapore that builds community spirit through food.Walk down Joo Chiat road and stop by one of the oldest food businesses in Singapore and see how original popiah skin is made. This 3rd generation business not only keeps old traditions alive by they have helped the country promote Singapore food and tourism to thousands of foreign visitors.

Have a hands on experience of wrapping a popiah yourself. Continue strolling off to a local Otah manufacturer and learn how this popular fish paste snack is made. Along the walk, learn about the history of Joo Chiat - the first heritage town of Singapore with some of the great old Singaporean architecture along the streets.Next stop is a local Indian coffee shop to see how the prata man shows off his skills in flipping those doughs into flat breads. Continue along until Katong and see a long stretch of hawker centres allowing local "home grown" chefs experiment and enters into a food business without the high costs.

Stop at a Peranakan Shophouse and have a taste of Peranakan's famous kuehs (rice cakes). Also learn how to fold banana leafs in preparation of steaming rice dumplings.

Enroute to Chinatown and visit a TCM shop and Buddha Tooth relic temple where guests will dine at a secret restaurant for some vegetarian food sampling - a perfect spot to learn how food nourishes the body and the soul. Proceed to a market visit and try out some season fruits. Lastly, visit an Ayurveda clinic where the doctor will explain the use of Indian herbs, spices and ingredients to prevent illness.

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Offered by: East West Executive Travellers - Malaysia
Location: Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Length: 8 Hours
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Moderate • Wheelchair Acceesible
Experience(s): Adventure • Family Vacations • Sightseeing
LEGOLAND® Overland Tour

Enjoy a trip to LEGOLAND® Malaysia with access to both theme park and water park.

Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 8 Hours
Meals: Lunch
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Moderate
Experience(s): Adventure • Culture, History & Arts • Romance, Weddings & Honeymoons • Sightseeing • Wildlife & Nature
City Highlights

Depicting both the nostalgic atmosphere of the past along the historical and cultural sights and also, showcasing the city's modernity through sky scrapers and state of the art developments, experience a modern approach on Singapore's discovery during this program.

Explore the vibrant culture of Singapore when you visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and the Kampong Glam - Malay community, relax as you cruise down the Singapore River and enjoy the view of the beautiful skyline, marvel at Singapore's own superstructure Gardens by the Bay and watch the sunset at the top of the luxurious Marina Bay Sands Skypark.

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Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 8 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy • Wheelchair Acceesible
Experience(s): Wildlife & Nature
Day Tour - Wildlife at Singapore Zoo with Jungle Breakfast

Spend your morning having breakfast in the Jungle with the primates of the Zoo. Have an unforgettable breakfast experience when you dine with the primates.

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The itinerary includes a day of wildlife discover at:

1. Singapore Zoo

2. River Safari

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Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 8 Hours
Meals: Snack
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts • Food & Wine • Sightseeing
Local Community Experience

Embark on a journey to experience the life of a local Singaporean. Travel to our first location - Tiong Bahru Market. This is one of the most popular hawker centers and community market in Singapore. Over here, guests can have a taste of some of the local flavor food where it is called hawker food as you watch the locals pass by or doing their morning market errands.Next, travel to a local community estate. Tiong Bahru community centre located in a serene neighbourhood, surrounded by pre-war houses, a rare sight in modern Singapore. All community centres is managed by the People's Association (PA) and it aims to offers a wide range of programs to cater to Singaporeans from all walks of life - connecting people to people, and people and government. As you walk to the centre, you will see HDB flats where about 85% of Singaporeans live in such houses. These flats are located in housing estates, which are self-contained satellite towns with schools, supermarkets, clinics, hawker centres, and sports and recreational facilities. There are a large variety of flat types and layouts which cater to various housing budgets.Thereafter, identify Singapore's local living. Visit the HDB hub where guests can see an actual typical size and interior furnishing of a regular HDB flat ranging from 2 - 5 room flats. Each of the HDB showflats are well renovated with a different theme to cater to the various types of household preference. This showcase will provide guests of an overview of how a local housing in Singapore looks like.

Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 8 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Culture, History & Arts • Sightseeing
Singapore Architectural Intricacies

What goes into the consideration when designing a structure in Singapore?

This tour brings you on a journey to uncover how culture and the element of "Feng Shui" were used to build or re-design buildings to ensure harmony with nature and flow of good business. Visit historical monument and watch how it has been transformed into the biggest museum in Singapore. Singapore is known to be a "Garden City", but the notion is now changing to become a "City in a Garden". Visit the magnificent Gardens by the Bay which has transformed the landscape of the Singapore's Marina skyline.

Offered by: East West Planners - Singapore
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Length: 8 Hours
Meals: Unknown
Recommended Ages: All Ages
Activity Level: Easy
Experience(s): Adventure • Cruises & Water Tours • Sightseeing
Singapore by Night

Commence this night tour by boarding your bumboat at one of the busiest evening spots of Singapore, at Clarke Quay. Glide on the Singapore River; marvel at the extravagant contrast of the historic Boat Quay area and the striking skyscraper skyline of modern Singapore. Upon arriving at the Merlion Park, take the opportunity to snap a few shots of the Merlion, Singapore's landmark. Stroll towards the amazing Marina Bay Sands; one of Singapore?s newest and most interesting landmarks and an innovative 24/7 destination in itself by crossing the Helix Bridge, an impressive architectural structure. Upon arriving to the Marina Bay Sands, immerse yourself in an amazing convergence of light, music and sound in the show "Wonder Full". Set to an orchestral soundtrack, the show uses various electric light and laser effects to tell the universal tale of the journey of life. The stunning city skyline of Singapore backs up the impressive light and water show creating a theatrical experience. Finally, experience the breath-taking panorama of Singapore from the Sky Park set on top of the world's largest public cantilevered platform and view the new exciting developments surrounding the Marina Bay area as you sip on one of the delicious drinks at the observation tower (drinks on own cost).Note: Smart casual attire is needed upon visiting the Observation Tower. No shorts, slippers, singlets and tank tops are allowed. SkyPark admission and Laser show subject to weather condition. This tour is not recommended for guests with limited mobility. Wheelchairs are not permitted.

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