2022 DEPARTURE DATE
2 JUN 2022 (MIDNIGHT SUN)
22 SEP 2022 (AUTUMN COLOURS)
PRICE PER PAX
Early Bird Save Up to RM1,000*
* Limited to first 10pax only
* Single Supplement Fee RM3,000
CAPTIVATING ATLANTIC ROAD EXPERIENCE
Starting from Norway and ending in Denmark, this route highlighted the top cities and scenery that must not be missed. From the charming town of Alesund, breathtaking fjord view with Geiranger Cruise, Flam Railway for a dramatic Norwegian nature train ride, and lastly the famous Atlantic Road, one of the most scenic drives in the world, you'll be stunned by the incredible sights that offered and leave memories of a lifetime.
2 domestic flights
The Flam Railway experience
Atlantic Ocean Road scenic drive
Famous Norwegian scenic viewpoints
Geiranger cruise experience
OUR BRAND PROMISE
Handcrafted Itinerary with a daily theme
Fine selection of hotels
Handpicked restaurants for a memorable dining experience
Personal time to explore
The moment of your trip
UNIQUE NORWEGIAN EXPERIENCE
Drive along the scenic Atlantic Road which is connected by 8 bridges and over 8274m in total, known to be one of the world's most beautiful drives in the world. Explore the charming town of Ålesund, as this town is filled with fairytale architecture in a remarkable natural setting on the coastline of Norway. Admire the unique Art Nouveau architecture that sets Ålesund apart from any other Norwegian town, enjoy the amazing view from the viewpoint on top of the mountain Aksla, and get an insight into the culture and architecture of this historical city. This trip covers scenic nature landscapes and exciting adventures that will open up your senses and give you memories of a lifetime.
THE VIBRANT CAPITAL
Surrounded by mountains and sea, this compact, cultured and fun city has a notable sense of reinvention. Explore one of its many museums, drop by Vigeland Park, one of the city’s unique sculpture parks, get to know its booming contemporary-art scene or just marvel at the work of its starchitects by the exceptional harbour promenade. This rapidly growing urban metropolis is also one of the world’s most overwhelmingly green cities. It has earned the honour of being named European Green Capital for 2019, via one of the lowest carbon footprints in the world, excellent and well-patronised public transport, and a real commitment to sustainable food production and green space. The city is blessed and you will be impressed with how much this city could offer!
MOUNTAINS & FJORDS
MEET THE OCEAN
Ålesund is the cultural centre of the Sunnmøre region. The far northern port of Ålesund might be far from the bright lights of metropolitan Norway, but it's rich with some of the country's finest examples of Jugendstil (art nouveau) architecture – a legacy of a huge rebuilding project that took place after a devastating fire in 1904. Set out over a hook-shaped peninsula, the town is now the home base for Norway's largest cod-fishing fleet, and it's an attractive, lively town and unsurprisingly offers fresh, world-class seafood that will take you on a delicious gastronomic journey. Not to forget to hike up to Mount Aksla viewpoint, where you'll be rewarded with an incredible view over the city and the surrounding mountains.
WILD MOUNTAINOUS LANDSCAPE
Trollstigen, the road 63, is a part of the Norwegian Scenic Route; Geiranger - Trollstigen. Driving Trollstigen is a dramatic and exciting experience. The road twists through 11 hairpin bend as it climbs up to Stigrøra (858m above sea level). At top of Trollstigen, there are viewpoints and steel walkways that allow you to get close to the dramatic mountains and waterfalls. Walkways and platforms lead to the edge where you can admire the views across the valley and feel the rush of standing 200m above the ground. The service building houses a café with panoramic windows, a souvenir shop and toilets. The Trollstigen Plateau and the two spectacular viewpoints that provide a full overview of the countryside, is designed by Reiulf Ramstad Architects. Everything is built in steel and glass and provides good protection against rough weather. The structure is designed so that it blends in with the surroundings, some parts are carved into the rock, while other parts are built on stone walls.
THE FLÅM RAILWAY
BREATHTAKING TRAIN JOURNEY
The Flåm Railway has been described as one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world and is one of the leading tourist attractions in Norway. Over the course of one hour, the 20km long Flam Railway between Flam and Myrdal offer views to spectacular nature, historical cultural landscapes and extreme engineering skills. From the comfort of a vintage train compartment, you can enjoy the changing scenery of the Flåm Valley. Before ascending into the more impassable sections of the valley, the train runs through agricultural landscapes, the old Flåm village centre and the old church. The sparkling blue river follows the railway for large parts of the trip, and you will pass small farms in locations you’d think no one could live. The National Geographic Traveler Magazine calls the Flåm Railway one of the top 10 train journeys in Europe while in 2014, Lonely Planet went even further and called it the best train journey in the world. It is a true bucket list experience when visiting Norway, and by far one of the most popular tourist attractions.
NORWAY'S JEWEL IN THE CROWN
The Geirangerfjord is one of Norway's most visited tourist sites and has been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2005. Surrounded by majestic mountain peaks, steep cliffs and cascading waterfalls, the fjord extends more than 100km inland from Alesund on the west coast and also features many of the characteristic natural and cultural charms of the Norwegian fjords. The Geiranger cruise takes approximately 1 hour. Alongside the sheer mountain cliffs and the many waterfalls, you can see evidence of people who have lived and worked here in the form of many abandoned farms and shoreline smallholdings that will no doubt leave a lasting impression. There are also several spectacular viewpoints that offers impressive views and excellent photo-ops of Geiranger and Geirangerfjord. A visit to Geirangerfjord is sure to be a highlight of your trip to Norway. The UNESCO-listed fjord boasts 800m high cliffs and impressive waterfalls, such as the Seven Sisters, the Suitor and the Bridal Veil. One of the many highlights include a visit to Orneveien (the Eagle Road), where you can catch a magnificent view over the fjord itself.
CITY OF SEVEN MOUNTAINS
Surrounded by seven hills and seven fjords, Bergen is a lovely city with much to offer. Bryggen, the city’s historic harbour district, is notable for the preserved wooden structures lining the waterfront as it listed as UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979. Besides, this city is also a UNESCO City of Gastronomy, where fresh seafood is the core of Bergen cuisine. There is a lively Fish Market which has been providing the locals with freshly caught seafood since 1276. Clapperboard houses creep up the hillsides, ferries flit around the fjords, and a cluster of excellent art museums provide a welcome detour for travellers around the world. Bergen is also the Gateway to the Fjords of Norway, with easy access to nature and complete tranquillity. In a nutshell, Bergen has the ideal combination of nature, culture and exciting urban life all year around that worth visit.
The hometown of architect Jan Gehl – one of the world's leading authorities on sustainable urban planning – the Danish capital regularly tops world liveability lists. This city listed as one of the globe's greenest, cleanest, most sustainable urban centres, a place where cycling is serious transport, buses and the metro run on time frequently, and where the harbour is squeaky clean. The Danish national symbol which built in 1913, Little Mermaid statue is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. Copenhagen wisely keeps things compact and accessible, not only making it a super-easy to explore but also is renowned for its constant innovation in culture, design, architecture and gastronomy and as the epitome for Danish culture.
READY TO TAKE A JOURNEY WITH YOUR PERSONALIZED TOUR PLANNER?
- 2 domestic flights
- 3 and 4-star hotels or similar
- Meals as per itinerary
- Guided tours with local guide
- Gudbrandsjuvet & Trollstigen entrance
- Leon Skylift entrance
- The Grand Tour from Nyhavn Canal Cruise
- Flam railway ticket to Myrdal & Voss
- Ticket for Geiranger Cruise
- Ticket for Mount Fløyen Funicular
- Briksdal Glacier and troll car entrance
- Airport taxes & tips
- Travel Insurance
- 3 Meals as X in the itinerary
- PCR test prior departure from Europe