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January 19, 2016

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Brief Itinerary

D1: Arrive Kuala Lumpur.
D2: Kuala Lumpur City Tour (Breakfast)
D3: Morning free for personal activities or optional tour. Evening Kuala Lumpur Night Tour .
(Breakfast, Dinner)
D4: Free till time to depart. (Breakfast)


✔ 3Night hotel stay as indicated below
✔ Daily Breakfast
✔ Kuala Lumpur City Tour
✔ Kuala Lumpur Night Tour + Dinner
✔ KL Tower visit wt entrance tickets to Tower Deck
✔ Return airport transfers

December 1, 2015

#KyrgyzstanVacations #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa #JessKalinowsky

Filed under: Asia,Kyrgyzstan — asiawithfriendstravel @ 8:28 am

Unknown Kyrgyzstan – to the headsprings of the great river Naryn

Best time: July – beginning of September

Activity: Exploring expedition

Duration: 21 days

 Day 1. Arrival to Bishkek. Meeting at the airport, transfer to hotel, accommodation. Small excursion around the city. Getting ready to the program and equipment check. Meeting with the guide and program discussion. (B/L/-)

 Day 2. Transfer to Kegeti gorge (90km), Radial acclimatizing trek to Kyol-Tor alke (2725 m). Coming back to the camp (12 km). Overnight in tents on the height of 1870 m above the sea level. (B/L/D).

 Day 3. Transfer Kegety gorge – Kochkorka village – Sary-Bulak village, merger of Kichi-Naryn and Kara-Kaman (420 km – about 8 hours). Camp in the valley of Kichine Kara-Kaman river. Overnight in tents on the height of 3100 m. (B/L/D)

Day 4. Trek up along the valleys of Kara-Kaman and Ichke-Tor rivers in direction of nameless pass (3727 m). Smooth ascent from 3100m up to 3720 m then the descent to the level of 3500 m. We will put our camp in the beautiful place on the shore of Teshik-Kyol lake (3504 m, 18 km). Overnight in tents. This evening we will not have car supply and you have to be prepared to carry all your things, tents, one day food and some dishes by your own. (B/L/D)

Day 5. Short descent down to Djili-Suu valley, meet our transport. Short transfer to the place of our next camp. Overnight in tents on the height of 2950 m. (B/L/D)

Day 6. This day you may climb on a nameless peak (4342 m), but this climbing will take you about 8-9 hours. The view from the summit is amazing. On the east you will be able to see the beautiful valley of Burkan river which will be our aim for tomorrow. On the north, south and west we are surrounded by the majestic Tian-Shan mountain ridges. Coming back to the camp. Overnight in tents (B/L/D)

Day 7. Transfer to the merger of Burkan and Egiz-Tor rivers (60 km). Here we will put our base-camp where we will spend our next three nights. The height is 3330 m. (B/L/D)

Days  8-9. Next two days we will devote to the exploration of the region and to the climbing. This part of the program is free. You may have little walks or climb the surrounding peaks on Terskei and Djetim-Bel ridges (all the summits are higher than 4100 m). The summits you may choose yourself.. Overnight in tents (B/L/D)

 Day 10. Circle trek with the entrance to Ara-Bel plateau where you will be able to enjoy the great panorama of the valley itself with its innumerous small lakes. From the plateau you will see many amazing peaks and will have a chance to choose the ones you would like to conquer in the next 3 days. Descent from the plateau to the headwaters of Burkan river where we will put our base-camp. All the distance we will have to make today is about 16-18km and will have to ascend the height of 4000 m above the sea level. Overnight in tents on the height of 3600 m. (B/L/D) 

Day 11. The rest day at the base-camp and the preparation for summits’ climbing which you will pick up by yourself. (B/L/D)

Days 12-14. These days you have a free program. You may have an ice climbing training on the closest glacier and climb some peaks on Djetim-Bel ridge. For the climbing you will need: rope, crampons, ice axe and of course your skills. All peaks are over 4200 m high. For those who doesn’t like to conquer mountain summits we may offer to have one day radial treks and small ascents. Overnight in the base-camp at the same place in tents (B/L/D)

Day 15. Hike over Djetim-Bel ridge to the Ekurgen-Kyol lake over Sary-Tyor pass (4050 m) Overnight in tents a little below the lake on the height of 3550 m. (B/L/D)

Day 16. Exploration of the surroundings. Today you will have a chance to make a circle hike around the nameless lakes or ascend to a panoramic flat on the height of 4050 m. Overnight in tents (B/L/D)

Day 17. Transfer to Ara-Bel valley over Soyol pass (4021 m) and then into Chon-Tor valley (52 km, 3-4 hours). Camp on the shore of Chon-Tor lake (3700 m). Overnight in tents (B/L/D)

 Day 18. Hike to the Djuuka valley over the same names pass (3633m). Our transport will wait for us at the Djuuka valley. This part is not hard, the path after the pass goes only down twirling along the gorge. The distance we will have to make today is about 15 km which will take us about 7 hours. Then we will be transferred down to the place of our camp. Overnight in a beautiful place in tents on the bank of the river on the height of 2500 m. (B/L/D)

Day 19. Transfer to the southern shore of Issyk-Kul lake to Tamga village. Rest on the shore. Overnight in guest house (B/L/D)

Day 20. After lunch we will be transferred to Bishkek (300 km), on the way we will visit “Fairytale” canyon. Overnight in the hotel, Farewell dinner (B/L/D)

Day 21. Transfer to the airport. Departure (B/-/-)


6-10 people – From $2090  per person [Request price for less than 6 persons]

+ $166. – single supplement

Price includes:

  1. Meeting and seing off at the airport
  2. Accommodation in the hotels 3* according to the program (twin accommodation)
  3. Accommodation in guest houses
  4. Tents to live in the camps and a meal-tent
  5. Meals 3 time a day according to the program
  6. Car supply on the whole way accept day 4.
  7. Guide
  8. Cook and cook helper for the trip
  9. Entrance fees for the excursions according to the program

Price does NOT include:

  1. Flight to Bishkek and back: arranged by
  2. Equipment rental
  3. Single supplement
  4. Visa and consulate service:
  5. Personal expenses in hotels: bar, international calls, other.
  6. Insurance
  7. Any changes in the program
  8. Kyrgyzstan Exspeditions
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August 22, 2015

#Singapore with Friends Travel JESS Kalinowsky

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A country in a city in a garden? Make the most of your stopover with our essential guide to the many faces of Singapore.  

Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015, Singapore is a name that’s both familiar and strangely enigmatic. Is it a shopper’s paradise, or Asia’s most expensive city? A dull, sterile city state, or a thriving model of efficiency for other Asian hubs to follow? The only way to decide is to visit and see. The national airline and Changi Airport regularly rank among the world’s best, so there’s no doubt this tiny country is committed to impressing its guests. Easy connections across Asia make Singapore a tempting stopover during any trip to the region, and whether you’re on a half-day layover or stopping multiple nights, Singapore is ready to make its mark on your Asiamemories.

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Not content with being The Garden City, Singapore has a new mantra and a new attitude. Now aspiring to be a City within a Garden, this is by far the greenest, most eco-friendly of Asia’s stopover ports. The Singapore Botanical Gardensoffer a stunning showcase of plants native to Singapore and the surrounding region, including the National Orchid Garden (still the country’s top attraction, so TripAdvisor tells us). The gardens also incorporate sculptures from around the globe, though they remain committed to a natural tone removed from the increasingly hectic city.

In contrast to this, Gardens by the Bay looks like it beamed down from another world. Singapore’s stunning new waterfront garden showcases plants from across the globe in two temperature-controlled domes and numerous outdoor gardens. The domes contain an awesome recreation of a Cloud Forest environment, and what could be the final word in flower gardens. Looming over it all are the Supertrees, gigantic vertical gardens supported by the space-age towers you’ll see throughout the park. Just like natural trees, these amazing structures photosynthesize using solar energy, and collect rainwater for irrigating the rest of the Gardens. Enjoy a walk along the elevated Skyway between them at 8.45pm to be immersed in a surreal sound and light show.

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While Singapore naysayers call the city bland, sterile, or artificial, we’re willing to bet many of them haven’t weaved their way through the tailors, merchants, and hawkers of Chinatown, Little India, or Kampong Glam (the Malay district). Yes, Singapore is still a baby in chronological terms, albeit an immensely prosperous one, made up of migrant communities rather than evolving naturally over time. But a walk through the rows of splendid saris being tailored at Little India’s Tekka Centre, or one bite of just about anything served over the counter on Chinatown’s aromatic Smith Street, will assure you that this doesn’t matter. Serving Asia in miniature, Singapore is a town where Sri Mariamman Temple happily conducts Hindu ceremonies just a few blocks from the impressive Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, to say nothing of the half dozen temples and mosques surrounding nearby Amoy Street.

Bottom line? Singapore is immensely proud of its young, but vibrant mixed heritage. Nobody would blame you for spending a day exploring its diversity, knowing that a new slice of Asia is just a short cab or metro ride away. And if the tropical heat is getting to you, put all those cultures into perspective with an hour or two at the Asian Civilisations Museum.

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Does Singapore have the world’s best zoo? We’re not making that call, but we wouldn’t be the first if we did. This idyllic walk through the island’s rainforest acquaints you with a wide variety of the world’s most spectacular species – 315 of them, including White Tigers, White Rhinos, Cheetahs… even a Polar Bear, plus a wide variety of primates including cheeky Sumatran Orangutans, who roam freely near their enclosure, and even have breakfast with the guests! The Zoo has also drawn praise for its conservation work, including from Steve Irwin, Australia Zoo’s late Crocodile Hunter. It’s an ideal half-day excursion or an affordable family outing for any animal lover.

If you’d like to get a taste of Singapore Zoo without giving up half of your day, consider the adjacent Night Safari. This popular attraction covers an even larger area than Singapore Zoo, but only opens after dark, showcasing a very different collection of animals with its unique nocturnal concept. Newly opened River Safari completes the trio, offering river-themed zoo and aquarium exhibits, along with Kai Kai, an adorable Giant Panda.

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In a country with few genuinely historic attractions, the stately Raffles Hotel is an indelible slice of Singapore lore. The city-state’s first hotel has become a by-word for Singapore’s colonial era. Dating back to 1887, it predates ‘modern’ Singapore by almost 80 years. In that time it has hosted nobility, celebrities, and world leaders of every stripe. But any visitor to Singapore can experience Raffles. Those splurging for a room will enjoy exquisite, fully equipped suites, tastefully furnished in colonial style. A choice of fifteen restaurants and bars offer culinary delights for every taste, including Singapore’s most popular High Tea, which is also available to the general public. Singapore’s love affair with shopping extends to the Raffles Hotel Arcade, where products range from hotel and city mementos to fine food and drink. The most popular Raffles experience however is a Singapore Sling cocktail enjoyed at the Long Bar. This sweet creation – original to Raffles – may not be cheap, but for many, it’s a Singapore rite of passage, and a superb way to cap off a day’s shopping or sightseeing.

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November 29, 2014

Vietnam Vacations FriendsTravel JESS Kalinowsky

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Day 1 Arrival Hanoi

Arrive Hanoi, meet and greet by guide. Then take your private car transfer to Hotel La Dolce Vita Remainder of afternoon free at your leisure.

Day 2 Hanoi (B/L)

Hanoi morning city tour-see Hanoi Hilton Prison, Ho Chi Minh mausoleum – lunch – PM Museum of Ethnicity Dinner- followed by evening Water puppet show

Day 3 Hanoi – Halong Bay (B/L/D)

Morning city drive to Halong Bay (by cruise shuttle bus), board and cruise Halong bay INDOCHINA SAILS junk at Lunchtime. Relax in the afternoon onboard deck, followed by a cooking class if you wish in the galley as they prepare the gourmet Vietnamese style dinner in the ship’s dining room. Spend the evening on deck with moonlight over Halong Bay

Day 4 Halong Bay – NoiBa – Hue (B)

Halong – Hanoi by shuttle bus, hotel check in, 18:00 for your short 1-hr flight to Hue. Airport Pick up and transfer to Saigon Morin Hotel and the remainder of the day and evening are yours at your leisure.

Day 5 Hue – Perfume River to Thien Mu – Citadel (B/L/D)

FFull-day Hue Sightseeing includes a dragon boat ride to Thien Mu Pagoda, returning by car to visit the historical Citadel, followed by other historical sites in the city to include a stop at the once embattled Hue Cathedral. Dinner will be at one of Hue’s finest restaurants.

Day 6 Hue – Danang – NhaTrang (B/L)

Go by car on a 3-hr drive to DaNang, Lunch, then visit Cham Museum, and the Marble Mountain. Fly by 1-hr late afternoon flight to NhaTrang. Meet your guide on arrival and transfer to Ana Mandara Hotel where the remainder of the evening is at your leisure.

Day 7 NhaTrang (B)

Free day of leisure at Vietnam’s most beautiful tropical white sand beach

Day 8 Nha Trang – Ho Chi Minh (B)

Late morning pick up and transfer to airport, transfer flight to Saigon. Upon arrival in Saigon, do a sightseeing transfer to Hotel Duxton of Saigon. The remainder of the day and evening are your to explore the city on your own.

Day 9 Ho Chi Minh (B/L)

Today’s full-day sightseeing includes a visit to the CHU CHI TUNNELS, a network of tunnels used by the Viet Cong as a hideout during the war. Return to Ho Chi Minh City and visit the WAR REMNANTS MUSEUM and the REUNIFICATION PALACE. The evening is at your leisure to explore this lively city

Day 10 Ho Chi Minh departure (B)

After breakfast this morning, transfer to airport for returning flight home or onward destinations

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November 28, 2014

Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand Vacations FriendsTravel JESS Kalinowsky

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Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand 14 Days / 13 Nights

Day 1

Arrival Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Meet and transfer to hotel for rest.

you’ll board your flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia, your base for exploring the temples of Angkor. Constructed between the 9th and 13th centuries, the temples are unmatched among the world’s ancient ruins.

Day 2 Ho Chi Minh City (B/L)

Today’s full day sightseeing includes a visit to the CHU CHI TUNNELS, a network of tunnels used by the Viet Cong as a hideout during the war. Return to Ho Chi Minh City and visit the WAR REMNANTS MUSEUM and the REUNIFICATION PALACE. The evening is at your leisure to explore this lively city.

Day 3 Ho Chi Minh City (B)

A free day to explore the city and surrounding area on your own.

Day 4 Ho Chi Minh City – Hanoi (B/L/D)

Today fly to Hanoi, the nation’s capital and one of Southeast Asia’s most engaging cities. Upon arrival in Hanoi, tour the city by sightseeing transfer, with stops in the Old Quarter and French quarter. Visit the museum of Ethnicities. Check into the hotel and refresh then head out to dinner at a restaurant on the lakeside, followed by a water puppet show.

Day 5 Hanoi (B/L)

This morning’s sightseeing focuses on Ho Chi Minh, the father of modern Vietnam. First, visit the MAUSOLEUM and the humble cottage from which “Uncle Ho” ruled Vietnam until his death in 1969. Next on the agenda: the ONE PILLAR PAGODA, the HO CHI MINH MUSEUM, and the PRESIDENTAL PALACE. Also visit the ancient TEMPLE OF LITERATURE, over 900 years old and Hanoi’s first university.
Day 6 Hanoi – Halong Bay (B/L/D)

Today depart Hanoi early morning for Halong Bay where you board a traditional Vietnamese Junk for an exhilarating cruise.

Day 7 Halong Bay – Noi Bai – Siem Reap (B)

After breakfast, leave the boat and drive to Noi Ba where

you’ll board your flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia, your base for exploring the temples of Angkor. Constructed between the 9th and 13th centuries, the temples are unmatched among the world’s ancient ruins.

Day 8 Siem Reap (B/L)

Your sightseeing starts at the best preserved of all the temples – ANGKOR WAT, which honors the Hindu god Vishna. Next stop is ANGKOR THOM to see BAYON TEMPLE. One of the few Buddhist temples in Angkor, it features some 200 striking faces carved in 54 towers. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure.

Day 9 Siem Reap (B/L)

This morning, visit striking TA PROHM, which has been left relatively untouched, unlike many other temples. Here, the jungle surrounds you and tree roots grow over and through the ruins. Next, visit BANTEAY SREI, a unique small temple built from red sandstone and dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The afternoon is at your leisure.

Day 10 Siem Reap – Bangkok (B)

Fly to Bangkok, Thailand today. Upon arrival in Bangkok, meet and transfer to hotel for rest.

Day 11 Bangkok (B/L)

Today, enjoy a morning sightseeing tour that includes a visit to the stunning GRAND PALACE featuring WAT PHRA KEO, which houses the Emerald Buddha. You will also visit WAT PHO, the oldest and largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok, featuring the massive Reclining Buddha. Lunch at local restaurant. The balance of the day is at your leisure to enjoy the sights and sounds of this fascinating city.

Day 12 Bangkok – Kachanaburi (B/L)

Full day tour to the River Kwai, visit Railway Museum, River Kwai Bridge, Tiger Temple and take a ride on historic railway train. Lunch at local restaurant.

Day 13 Kachanaburi – Bangkok (B/L)

After breakfast, visit to the Erawan Waterfalls located 25 minutes away from the property. With seven falls to explore and walk up, over and under, this is an experience of a lifetime. Lunch at local restaurant and return to Bangkok.

Day 14 Bangkok departure (B)

Transfer to airport for departure flight.

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Kuala Lumpur, Penang Island & Singapore FriendsTravel JESS Kalinowsky

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Day 1 Arrival

Upon arrival, meet and greet at the airport and transfer to hotel for rest.

Day 2 Kuala Lumpur (B)

Discover the old and new, starting from where the city began, which is at the confluence of two rivers.
Visits include the King’s Palace, the National Museum, the National Monument and the superb buildings at
the Independence Square as well as the Moorish-style railway station. Observe the contrast between historical architecture and modern skyscrapers in an abundant setting of greenery. You will also get to visit local handicraft centre and the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers.

Day 3 Kuala Lumpur – Penang (B)

Breakfast at hotel then pick up and transfer to Penang by train. Meet and transfer at train station to Penang Island. Proceed to hotel for check in.

Day 4 Penang (B)

Breakfast at hotel. Morning half day beyond the city tour, join us on this excursion to the outskirts of Georgetown, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, where you will see the actual process of batik making among

other cottage industries. The tour then takes you on
a meandering drive around the island passing by
fruit orchards an quaint villages. We’ll stop at a fruit
stall where we’ll show you a variety of tropical fruits harvested locally. Finally, visit the island’s famous Snake

Temple. It is filled with the smoke of burning incense and a variety of pit vipers. Though they are believed to be rendered harmless by the incense, they have been de- venom just to be on the safe side.

Day 5 Penang – Singapore (B)

Transfer to airport for flight to Singapore. Arrive in Singapore, meet and transfer to hotel for rest.

Day 6 Singapore (B)

Breakfast at hotel. Today enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of the city that includes a visit to the NATIONAL ORCHID GARDEN. The remainder of the day is at your leisure for independent activities.

Day 7 Singapore (B)

Explore Singapore on your own.

Day 8 Singapore departure (B)

Transfer to airport for departure flight.

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Myanmar with FriendsTravel JESS Kalinowsky

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Day 1 Arrival Yangon

Welcome to the Garden City Yangon. Arrive by either morning or afternoon flight to Yangon International Airport. Our representative will give welcome gifts including traditional Shan bag, postcard & Map of Myanmar. Transfer to your hotel, where the remainder of day and evening is free at your leisure.

Day 2 Yangon – Bagan by flight (B)

After breakfast at the hotel, you will transfer to airport for flight to Bagan. On arrival you’ll be taken to Shwezigon Pagoda a prototype of later Myanmar stupa. Then to Wetkyi-in Gubyaukkyi Temple with fine mural pain-tings of Jataka scenes. After that, transfer to Hotel for check-in. Afternoon sightseeing tour continues with visits to lacquer ware industry where you can study traditional Myanmar lacquer ware making, Manuha Temple with gigantic Buddha images, a captive king’s impression of life in prison; Nanpaya, an Early-style temple with the finest stone carvings. Although it has spots lights installed, it would be safer to bring your own touch as electricity supply can

be shut-off from time to time. In the evening you will be visiting the Ananda Temple, an architectural masterpiece resembling a Greek Cross.

Day 3 Bagan – Mandalay by flight (B)

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be transfer to airport for flight to Mandalay. On arrival to Tada-Oo International Airport, you will visit the famous Mahamuni Pagoda, one of the most sacret Buddha Image in Mandalay. Then a short visit to Gold foil making cottage industry. Check-in at hotel and followed by afternoon sightseeing that begins

with Shwenandaw Monastery, noted for its exquisite
wood carvings; Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the World’s Biggest Book for its stone slabs of Buddhist scriptures.
Tour continues to Mandalay Hill, a vantage point for a panoramic view of the city and a spectacular sunset view.

Day 4 Mandalay – Yangon by flight (B)

Early morning transfer to airport for flight back to Yangon. Arrive at Yangon airport and transfer to hotel. Your exciting sightseeing tour of Yangon begins with Nagar Glass factory where you can experience old methods

of making glass figuring by experienced workers. Then to Chaukhtatkyi Pagoda, a colossal reclining Buddha. After that a short stop around the Sule pagoda city center to see buzaling rush hours and proceed to China town area for an evening stroll.

Day 5 Yangon Departure (B)

After breakfast, sightseeing in Yangon includes visits to some major highlights like Gaba Aye (World Peace) pagoda and Mahapasana Cave. Then transfer to airport for international departure.

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April 7, 2014

Far East Explorer Cambodia Vietnam Myanmar #FriendsTravel JESS Kalinowsky

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18 Days Far East Explorer: Cambodia, Vietnam & Myanmar
Escorted with minimum 10 and maximum of 20 passengers. Locally hosted if less than 10 or make it a “Privately Guided” Tour.

Mysterious Far East
This is a comprehensive itinerary featuring the highlights of Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar. Cambodia has a rich and glorious history, most famously represented by Angkor Wat, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Experience Hanoi/Halong Bay considered Vietnam’s most enchanting area. Enjoy the beauty of Vietnam’s countryside in Hue, Danang and Hoi-An. See the old world charm of Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon). Myanmar is a captivating travel destination-for its diversity of sightseeing, for the wealth of cultural and scenic attractions and, above all, for the warmth and friendliness of its charming people. Enjoy colorful markets, craft villages, hill towns and tribal markets.

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February 22, 2014

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October 27, 2013

#SriLankaResorts #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCA JESS Kalinowsky

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Insight Beach Resort – Ahangama, Galle, Sri Lanka

The Fortress resort and spa – Sri Lanka

At The Fortress, Explore The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Galle Fort or enjoy all the comforts of this Excellent Resort and relax in the Spa with a Traditional Ayurvedic Treatment. Galle is one of the Ancient World’s Most Strategic Ports, en route from Arabia to The Orient. Legend has it that King Solomon used The Harbour to Ship Ivory. The Fortress is a Fusion of Contemporary Chic and Five-star Luxury. Standing by the Beach, It’s Great Walls envelope a Garden with Water Features, Sri Lankan Tea Room, Spa with a choice Of Ayurvedic, Homeopathic Or International Therapies, Yoga Pavilion, Gym, Pool and Poolside Pizzeria. Rooms Overlook The Garden or the Sea and include the latest Entertainment Systems, Daybeds And Hammocks. Enjoy authentic Sri Lankan dishes or International Cuisine.

Experience the extravagance of our en-suite accommodation, enjoy fine wine and refined dining in the magical atmosphere of our restaurant, relax in your private plunge pool, go on an exciting excursion and enjoy a variety of activities and sports including an Ayurveda massage at our Om Wellness Spa. Enjoy a melange of luxury, seclusion and serenity in the wilderness at this exclusive luxury retreat in Sri Lanka, and dwell in the habitat of these majestic animals.

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