Flyer - Golden Holidays

9Days7Nights Turkey Indulgence
FIXED DEPARTURE : 22 - 29 April 2015
Economy Class Adult from MYR5,420 / Child (2-11 years old) from MYR4,430 (share with 2 adults)
ANKARA : Atalay Hotel, CAPPADOCIA : Avrasya Hotel, PAMUKKALE : Richmond Hotel,
KUSADASI : Belmare Hotel, CANAKKALE : Ida Kale Hotel, ISTANBUL : Grand S Hotel or similar hotels
Selling Period : Until 07 April 2015
Package includes :
•Return Economy class air ticket on Malaysia Airlines from Kuala Lumpur
•Return Airport Taxes, Insurance Levy & Fuel Surcharge
•07 nights twin accommodation @ 4* local standard hotel at all destination
•Meals as per itinerary (Halal)
•Small bottle water on board the coach per passenger per day
•Service of English speaking guide
•Sightseeing & entrances as per itinerary
Package excludes :
•Compulsory tipping of USD40 per passenger to be paid to the
tour guide
•Expenditure of a personal nature
•Visa Fee if any
•Travel Insurance
Full package price :
Visit your travel agent or Golden Holidays at KL Sentral
CHILD (2-11 yrs)
5,420 5,030
Terms, conditions and cancellation policies are as per our brochure.
*Golden Holidays Accommodation Rating :
4 kites : Superior standard, good range of facilities & commendable service
[email protected]
+603 2272 2160 / 2163 / 2158
DAY 1 Kuala Lumpur to Istanbul and onwards to Ankara
Welcome to Istanbul. Upon arrival, you will be met by Golden Holidays
representative before being transferred on air-conditioned coach. Your
first visit today is Hippodrome Square, which is the centre of sports and
political activities during the era of Constantinople and even now of
Turkey today.
Next, we will stop at Hagia Sophia or commonly known as St. Sophia, one
of the great architectural marvels of the ancient world. Marvel the
hauntingly beautiful interior decoration of this former Greek Orthodox
patriarchal basilica (church) which was later turned into an imperial
mosque, and now a museum in Istanbul.
Proceed to visit the revered historical Blue Mosque or fondly called Sultanahmet Camii in Turkish. The mosque is famed for its glimmering blue tiles
surrounding the walls of interior. The mosque was built between 1609 and
1616 years, during the rule of Ahmed I and just like many other mosques, it
also comprises of a tomb of the founder, a madrasa and a hospice. The
Blue Mosque is undoubtedly one of the largest religious complexes in
From there, continue to visit Topkapi Palace, once the seat of the Ottoman
Empire. Today, it is the largest and oldest palace in the world to survive to
our day. The palace in 1924 was turned into a museum at Ataturk's request.
Situated on the acropolis, the site of the first settlement in Istanbul, it
commands an impressive view of the Golden Horn, the Bosphorus and the
Sea of Marmara. The palace is a complex surrounded by 5km of walls and
occupies an area of 700,000 sq. m at the tip of the historical peninsula.
Journey to Ankara, the capital of Turkey.
Meals : Lunch / Dinner
DAY 2 Ankara and Cappadocia
This morning, visit the magnificent Ataturk Mausolem where the final
resting place for Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (which also known as “Father of
Modern Turkey”) is. Then, continue our journey to Cappadocia
Meals : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
DAY 3 Poignant Cappadocia
Visit the Underground City of Kaymakli, one of the largest underground
cities there, said to have existed since the Hittite period. Have the chance
to see the bedrooms, kitchens, dining halls, wine cellars, chapels, stables
and more. Next, explore the rock-carved churches where some are
decorated with scratched frescos especially in the Goreme Open-air
Museum. Thereafter, proceed to Uchisar, an old village of small dwellings
carved into massive rocks. Gather some picture-perfect memories at
Valley of Birds and Uchisar Castle, a fantasyland of strange and wonderful
works of man and nature. En-route, make a stop at the carpet factory. In
the evening, enjoy a relaxing Belly and Folklore Dance performance.
Meals : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
DAY 4 From Cappadocia, proceed to Konya and Pamukkale
Travel to Pamukkale via Konya, the famous old capital city of the Seljuk
Turks in the 12th and 13th centuries. Visit the blue-green domed Mevlana
Museum, which used to be the cloister for Mevlevi Dervishes. Continue
along the old Silk Road from Konya and make a stop at Horozluhan, one of
the best-preserved caravanserais (inns) in Anatolia."
Meals : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
DAY 5 Pamukkale-Kusadasi
Today, you will travel to visit the extensive ruins of Hierapolis, an ancient
Roman city. Thereafter, explore the unique Cotton Castle, a World Heritage
Site, made up of fascinating white terraces and pools created by calcareous hot spring waters flowing down the mountain. Continue to Ephesus an
ancient Roman city and visit the Grand Theatre, the Library of Celsius and
Marble Street. Lastly, visit the House of the Virgin Mary where she is
believed to have spent her last years.
Meals : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
DAY 6 From Kusadasi to Pergamon and Canakkale
Today continue your journey to the ancient city of Pergamon to see the
Asclepion. Next, proceed to Ancient Troy site to see the ruins of nine cities
built on top of each other and an enormous reconstruction of the famous
wooden Trojan horse
Meals : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
DAY 7 Canakkale to beautiful Istanbul
Enjoy a leisure drive along the shores of Marmara Sea on the way back to
Istanbul. Then, proceed to enjoy the collection of porcelain, antiques, holy
relics and other treasures. Experience a leisurely cruise along the Bosphorus. If time allows, browse through colourful Taksim Square where more
shopping spree awaits you
Meals : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
DAY 8 Farewell Istanbul. Home sweet home
Today you will make a stop at the covered Grand Bazaar before your
transfer to the airport for your flight back home
Meal : Breakfast
Arrive in Kuala Lumpur.