Purple Line “British Nobility” Seven Days

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21 Bukit Batok Crescent, #17-80 Singapore 658065

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Arrival in Jakarta International Airport. Meet & greet with our tour guide. Having Jakarta city tour by visiting Sunda Kelapa Old Harbour, Fatahillah Square, Glodok China Town and photo stop at National Monument. Dinner will be served at local restaurant. Transfer to the hotel for check in.


Breakfast at the hotel. Having Jakarta fullday tour visiting Indonesia Miniature Park and proceeding to Museum Indonesia. After that, shopping program at ITC Mangga Dua Mall. Lunch and dinner will be served at local restaurant. Back to the hotel.


Breakfast at Hotel. Free program own your leisure until Check out time (12 noon) OR 03 hours before departure our team will pick up in the lobby for transfer to Airport.

[Every Saturday] London

London is the capital of the United Kingdom and the largest city in the United Kingdom. Today, let us take a look at London, which has a long history, rich collections and full of unique architecture. City attractions include: Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Prime Minister’s Office at 10 Downing Street, Whitehall Street, St. James’s Park, Buckingham Palace, and the River Thames. At noon, free activities in “Chinatown”. London Chinatown has a history of more than 100 years. Here you can experience another culture that blends Chinese and Western cultures. In the afternoon, continue to visit the program: British Museum, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge and London Castle, which is composed of 22 towers. This castle has been used as a royal palace, an arsenal, and a prison.

[Every Sunday] London→Cambridge→York (350km)

In addition to the strong academic atmosphere, the university town of “Cambridge”, the highest university in the UK, is full of beauty! Xu Zhimo’s “Farewell to Cambridge” left future generations with infinite imagination and longing for Cambridge. Upon arrival, visit the beautiful university “Cambridge University” on the banks of the Cam River and the ancient and majestic university groups, including: King’s College, Queen’s College…etc. and the Bridge of Sighs full of literati romance. When I come to Cambridge, I sincerely recommend a trip to “Cambridge Punting”, which is carried by a boatman with a long pole (a part-time job for many college students) on the river to Cambridge. Buying a sweater, postcard or magnet with the Cambridge badge or the Cambridge University logo next to the school is also a favorite souvenir for many people.

[Every Monday] York → Edinburgh (326 kilometers)

York, a famous medieval city in England, integrates the diverse history and cultural relics of Roman, Saxon and Viking rule, plus the fully preserved medieval street buildings, showing a nostalgic and simple side, and it is also an important city to witness the history of England. Coming to York is like traveling through a time tunnel to the Middle Ages, visiting York Minster, the largest in the UK and having a history of nearly a thousand years, and then boarding the famous Roman city wall to testify the remains of the Millennium Fortress, and the gift shop market filled with medieval atmosphere. When you come to the UK, how can you not try the English afternoon tea? Here, there is a century-old teahouse. We have prepared enough time for you to enjoy an authentic British three-tiered afternoon tea.

[Every Tuesday] Edinburgh → Glasgow (75km)

Scotland – the capital “Edinburgh” is the epitome of Scottish style. The mellow whiskey and bagpipers wearing Scottish checkered skirts will make you linger and forget to return with its thousands of styles and unique ethnicity. Upon arrival, first visit Edinburgh Castle, which stands on extinct volcanic rock, to see the oldest royal crown and jewels. Then visit the Royal Trail, City Hall and Royal Park connected with Holyrood Palace. Free at noon: You can go to the elephant cafe where JK Rowling wrote the book “Harry Potter” and have a taste of coffee. Or with your family or friends, you can also go to the memorial photo studio to cosplay as an “ancient Scotsman” to take pictures. This is also a very interesting experience.

[Every Wednesday] Glasgow → Glasgow → Glenfinnan Viaduct → Fort Augustus ( Loch Ness) → Loch Lomond → Glasgow (498 km)

Today is the concentrated essence of the Scottish Highlands! So the itinerary will be rushed. In the morning, drive to the “Glenn Finn South Viaduct” where the Scottish £10 banknote is pictured. This is also the bridge where the Hogwarts Express train passed by the protagonist of the movie “Harry Potter”. It is a check-in resort for Harry fans. Then go to Fort Augustus, which has the same name as the ancient Roman emperor. It is located at the southernmost end of Loch Ness. People come here to look for the Loch Ness Monster. It is a quiet town that relies on tourism. We will also pass by Scotland’s first national park “Loch Lomond”, which is located on the boundary of the highland Highland and lowland Lowland faults. There are more than 30 small islands in the lake with beautiful scenery. Of course, we will take pictures along the way.

[Every Thursday] Glasgow → Gretna Green Gretna Green → Lake District → Manchester Manchester (360 kilometers)

Driving to the Lake District National Park in the northwest of England, let’s see the natural beauty of thousands of years of geological changes, lakes, river valleys, mountains, waterfalls and all kinds of ingenious natural carvings. Pass through Scotland’s famous escaped marriage town “Gretna Green” for a short tour. After arriving in the Lake District, group members can choose to take a sightseeing boat and an ancient steam train to visit Lake Windermere or visit the Peter Rabbit Museum. After the tour, go to a famous city: Manchester – it is not only the headquarters of the football powerhouse Manchester United, but also an industrial center in England. We first went to the holy place of football – the home of Premier League Manchester United “Altford Stadium” for an appearance tour and purchased souvenirs, and then went to the city for free activities. After dinner, transfer back to hotel.

[Every Friday]: Manchester→Stratford-upon-Avon→Bicester Village→London (380km)

Shakespeare’s hometown; located in Strasford-on-Avon, the British call it Shakespeare’s world. Here, you can visit the former residence of a generation of writers and the church where they died. Most of the names of streets, hotels, restaurants, and theater facilities in the small town are related to Shakespeare. After the tour, head to London, passing through Bicester Shopping Village, a large-scale brand-name outlet shopping village. In addition to brand-name clothing, this village also has sports goods, jewelry, household items, books and children’s clothing to choose from. There are more than 160 well-known brands. The average price of the goods is about 40% off the genuine goods. If the price is reduced during stock clearance or in season, it will be really cheap. Arrive in London in the evening. Accommodation: London or nearby cities


  • The tour fee is counted in “days”, and the last night of the itinerary is without accommodation (that is, seven days and six nights, four days and three nights, and one day without night)
  • Stay in a three-star hotel, no less than a three-star standard, double room for two people, including continental breakfast (coffee or tea, juice, bread, jam)
  • Children aged 2 to 11 must share a room with two adults without occupying a bed (only one child can share a room). If a child needs to occupy a bed, it will be calculated according to the adult group fee
  • Children aged 0 to 2 are free, but must not occupy any seats and services
  • The departure location*time is for reference only, no dispute or claim for delay
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