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5-Day Club Med Cherating Beach
   

Starts: Beijing;                  Ends: Beijing
Itinerary: Beijing / Kuala Lumpur / Club Med Cherating Beach Resort / Kuala Lumpur / Beijing;      
Duration:  05 Days / 04 Nights


Club Med Cherating Beach is located on the eastern coastline of Malaysia and resembles a tropical Eden on the shores of a jade colored sea. With its bungalows on stilts nestling among luxurious vegetation, this 197 acre Club Med Resort strives to the rhythm of the macaws, gibbons, giant lizards, rare species of birds and multicolored butterflies.


Highlights

  • Club Med All inclusive package
  • Optional Eco tour
  • Petit & Mini Club for all age children

Starts: Beijing;                  Ends: Beijing
Itinerary: Beijing / Kuala Lumpur / Club Med Cherating Beach Resort / Kuala Lumpur / Beijing;      
Duration:  05 Days / 04 Nights
 

Day 01: Beijing – Kuala Lumpur – Club Med Cherating Beach Resort

  • Your own transfer to catch morning flight to Kuantan Airport
  • Flight: MH361; 0130 / 0740 (Malaysia Airlines); 
  • connecting
  • Flight: MH1268; 0910/0950;  (Malaysia Airlines);
  • Meet upon arrival at Kuantan Airport and coach transfer to Chub Med Cherating Beach Resort to check in
  • Club Med staff welcomes your arrival and helps you to check in.  Enjoy Club Med service from now on
  • Overnight in Club Med Cherating Beach Resort
  • Club Med Cheating Beach website: http://www.clubmed.com.au/cm/resort-cherating-beach-malaysia_p-14-l-AE-v-CHEC-ac-vh.html

Day 02: Club Med Cherating Beach Resort (B, L, D)

  • Enjoy Club Med on your way
  • Your friendly operators are on hand to ensure your comfort, and help make your holiday unfold just as you imagined. Whether it is arranging a romantic dinner for two, or taking the children off your hands while you relax – Club Med can take care of it all
  • All levels available for your enjoyment, including tutoring for beginners through to advanced instruction for experienced adventurers: Flying trapeze; Bungie bounce; Yoga; Golf; Windsurfing; Snorkeling; Aqua gym; Club Med fitness; Archery; Kayaking; Water polo, etc.
  • Overnight in Club Med Cheating Beach 

Day 03: Club Med Cheating Beach Resort (B, L, D)

  • Three buffet meals served at your hotel
  • Free time for you to enjoy the sunshine, beach and sea
  • Overnight in Club Med Cheating Beach

Day 04: Club Med Cheating Beach Resort (B, L, D)

  • Three buffet meals served at your hotel
  • Free time for you to enjoy the sunshine, beach and sea
  • Overnight in Club Med Cheating Beach

Day 05: Club Med Cherating Beach Resort – Kuala Lumpur – Beijing

  • Early morning transfer to Kuantan Airport for your flight back to Beijing
  • Flight: MH1269; 1020/1105; (Malaysia Airlines);
  • connecting
  • Flight: MH360; 1800/0020 next day;  (Malaysia Airlines);
  • *end of service *
  • *B- breakfast; L- lunch; D-dinner*; *MH- Malaysia Airlines*


Price Information:


Room type
Price per adult
*twin sharing*
Price per child
*4-11 years old*
Price per child
*2-3 years old*
Superior Room
RMB 9,200
RMB 6,200
RMB 3,100

Included Services:

  • All flights mentioned in the trip in economy class with ticket tax and Beijing airport tax
  • Accommodation at Club Med Cherating Beach Resort
  • All transfers mentioned in the program with air-conditioned vehicles
  • All meals mentioned in the program (B: breakfast; L: lunch; D: dinner)

Excluded Services:

  • Laundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature
  • All expenses not mentioned above
  • The Petit Club Med, for children aged 2-4 years, is available with additional cost. It is important that a doctor’s certificate of good health is obtained for your child less than 48 hours prior to your departure.
  • Malaysia visa 

Malaysia Visa Information: 

  • Entry Visa to Malaysia is required before entry. Travelers to Malaysia are required to hold a passport valid for at least six months beyond the completion of their visit and must contain a valid visa
  • Note: American, Germany, British and Australian are visa free
  • You need to prepare the following items:
  • original passport with at least 06 months of remaining validity
  • two photos with white background & 2 inches
  • one application form
  • 3 working days (fast visa could get with one day)
  • visa fee: RMB80/ per person (Fast visa fee: RMB150/per person)

Creating Unique Touring Experiences:

All the touring itineraries on this website have been carefully crafted by our in-country management teams and represent a series of experiences we can certainly recommend. However, we understand that every travel experience should be as unique and individual as each traveler. Our consultants are waiting to hear from you so that we can tailor or custom design a Malaysia tour to your individual specifications

Know Before You Go

Although most of the planning and preparation is taken care of for you, there are still a few things you should know and some details you should take care of to ensure your comfort, safety and peace of mind. Please review the following information before your departure to ensure that any surprises along the way will only be pleasant ones.

Getting Ready to Go  

Trip Preparation  

A little pre-planning can make your trip go a lot smoother. Several weeks before your trip, make a list of what you will need to take with you. Make sure your personal documents (passports, visas) are in order and that you have enough prescription medications to last through the trip. We suggest that you make photocopies of passports, visas, and any other important travel documents and pack them separately from the originals. Pack a list of medications including dosage and generic names. If you lose the originals while traveling, you'll have copies for easier reporting and replacement. We recommend that you pack a portable alarm clock .  

Passport and Visa   

It is each traveler's responsibility to have a passport valid for at least 6 months from the date of departure and a visa if required.

Entry Visa to Malaysia is required before entry. Travelers to Malaysia are required to hold a passport valid for at least six months beyond the completion of their visit and must contain a valid visa.

*Note: American, Germany, British and Australian are visa free*

Note: American, Germany, British and Australian are visa free

You need to prepare the following items:  

a.    original passport with at least 06 months of remaining validity;

b.    two photos with white background & 2 inches

c.    one application form

d.    3 working days (fast visa could get with one day)

e.    visa fee: RMB80/ per person (Fast visa fee: RMB150/per person) .

Climate & Clothing

The climate is generally hot and sunny all year round, visitors need to wear comfortable clothing to avoid heatstroke. Average Temperature for the Lowlands (Kota Kinabalu, Kudat, Sandakan, Tawau) is 32 degrees Centigrade. The best time to visit the city is from January to March, when the climate is cool and dry and makes for less messy and comfortable sightseeing sessions and outdoor activities. The months of April and May are extremely hot and humid and hence not the best time to make a trip to the region. October sees torrential strokes of rain in Kota Kinabalu and it would do visitors good to avoid making a trip during this period. Light-weight washable cotton or cotton-blent clothes are suitable. A sweater or coat is needed for the winter and in upland areas .  

Time Zone:  

Malaysia is 8 hours ahead of GMT

Currency information 

Malaysia money is the Ringgit Malaysia (RM). Malaysia Money is issued in denominations of RM1, RM2, RM5, RM10, RM20, RM50, RM100, RM500, and RM1000. One ringgit is equal to 100 sen. Coins come in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, and 50 sen, and there’s also a 1-ringgit coin. One USD is worth approximately 3.18 RM (2011).  

Don’t buy Malaysia money (Ringgit) in your home country, exchange your dollars at the airport (you need to pay in Malaysia money for transport out of airport) or any bank/money changer, you’ll get far better rates in Malaysia than abroad.  

Malaysia money can be exchanged at banks and hotels (often much lower rates), but you’ll get a more favorable rate if you go to one of the many authorised money-changers; in shopping centers, in little lanes, and in small stores — just look for signs. They are often men in tiny booths with a lit display on the wall behind them showing the exchange rate. All major currencies are generally accepted, and there is never a problem with the U.S. dollar or Euros  

Credit Cards  

Credit cards are widely accepted at hotels and restaurants and at many shops as well. Most popular are American Express, MasterCard, and Visa. Some banks may also be willing to advance Malaysia money against your credit card, but you have to ask around because this service is not available everywhere.  

Electricity  

Electricity is on the 240 Volts AC/ 50-Cycle system

Food and drink  

All water should be regarded as being potentially contaminated. Water used for drinking, brushing teeth or making ice should have first been boiled or otherwise sterilized. Milk is unpasteurized and should be boiled. Powdered or tinned milk is available and is advised. Avoid dairy products that are likely to have been made from unboiled milk. Only eat well-cooked meat and fish. Vegetables should be cooked and fruit peeled. The Malaysian food is a multicultural affair combining Malays, Indians, Chinese and Peranakan, this is what you expect to get from a country that is such a melting pot of cultures. The fusion of these cuisines that has developed over the centuries makes Malaysian food not only colorful, spicy and eclectic – but also downright tasty .With such a pulsating diversity of food styles, Malaysia is a fabulous place to enjoy the art of eating and drinking  Rice normally is a staple in Malaysian food, and unless you are eating roti prata or noodles, you are almost definitely to eat your meal with rice in one form or another. The rice eaten in Malaysia tends to be the local variety of rice (mainly from Kedah) or fragrant rice from Thailand. Dining out in Malaysia is inexpensive, and the choice of food is unbelievably large, there’s Malaysian food on sale literally everywhere you turn in Malaysia, from 5-star hotels to the local restaurants and hawker centres. Eating is a national pastime in Malaysia and you’ll never be too far from some delicious food. Live to eat – it’s the mantra of Malaysia  

Transportation  

Malaysia is served by an excellent transport system. Once you are in the country there is always transport available to you to even remote areas. Getting around the country poses little difficulty. There are various modes of travel – air, rail, or road. Each mode is efficient, convenient, and affordable. Traveling by road in peninsula Malaysia is popular as it has well-developed network of roads. Naturally the main transportation hub is from its capital, Kuala Lumpur. Buses: Thousands of modern, luxurious buses roar between Malaysia cities and towns daily. This is how most Malaysians travel. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to get fares and schedules, but you can do that easily when you arrive in Malaysia. Departures are frequent, and you don’t need advance reservations on most routes (except prior / on public holidays). Here are some sample routes, fares and travel times from Kuala Lumpur to many cities.  Cars: If you are an experienced driver, and want freedom of movement, consider renting a car in Malaysia. Car hire is easy with the large amount of car rental companies available. Trains: Malaysia trains’ services are somewhat slower than the bus but offer more seating-room and comfort. Most of Malaysia’s trains are older and relatively slow, but still useful and quite cheap. Planes: Malaysia Airlines has flights among major cities which are convenient for longer distances but are relatively more expensive than domestic airlines serving routes between popular tourist destinations. These airlines are Air Asia, Berjaya Air and Transmile Air  

Tipping  

Tipping is not obligatory in most places. Food and beverages in exclusive restaurants, cafes and clubs, as well as accommodations normally include 5 % service charges  

Etiquette  

To avoid "cultural offenses," here are some tips:

1.      It’s customary to remove shoes before entering a mosque as well as homes.

2.      In places of worship, visitors are required to dress modestly.

3.      Nude sunbathing is not allowed and is very frowned upon.

4.      Avoid pointing your index finger at others, as this is considered rude in the local custom  

Making Telephone Calls from One Country to Another  

When dialing a number from one country to another, you should proceed as follows: dial your country's Exit Code + destination Country Code + Phone Number.

For most countries, the exit code is 00. Exceptions include the USA and Canada (011), Hong Kong (001), Australia (0011), and Russia (8 Pause 10*). For Brazil, please consult with the local telephone company. If the international number you wish to call starts with a 0 (zero), you must drop this starting digit when dialing the number. You could also visit this website to check details: http://www.countrycallingcodes.com/ 

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