3,000 Miles Bus Trip Might be the Ultimate Way Or Crazy Way to See South-East Asia
With the globale travel are still under lock down, we have got our hearts being hold off from doing big trips once the boarder were lifted. And if you are looking to check out some crazy adventure then check out this 3 weeks road trip from India to Singapore with a winding of 2,800 miles through Myanmar, Thailand and Malaysia.
Your adventure will kick start with a twenty passenger ride in a specially kitted out bus on the 20 days adventure which includes full day stopover in Yangon, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur. And this “Bus to Singapore” will be the first of its kind, the organiser from Imphal, in the far east of India said the routes follows Asian Highway 1 via some of the most famous sites in south-east Asia, such as Temple of Bagan, Beaches of Krabi and Malaysia’s Batu Caves.
The bus will reach Singapore on December 3 and a fresh batch of explorers will be able to climb aboard and enjoy the same journey in reverse back to India. This epic journey is the brainchild of Overland Adventures, an Indian travel company where the organisers will be hoping the border will reopens back in November to make these trip possible.
This trip will not be the cheapest, though your 625,000-rupee fare (S$11,500, RM 34,800) does include 20 days’ worth of hotel stays, meals, guided tours, visa fees, snacks, wifi and even a book to read on the road.
But if you’re looking for a truly memorable travel experience this year, we can definitely think of worse ways to smash through that travel budget you’ve been saving up. Up for it? Register your interest now.