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Thread: Skiing in Jan 07 - Any advice?

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    Default Skiing in Jan 07 - Any advice?

    Dear CS'sers,

    Need advice on the above, considering Korea, been googling till blur, most sg tour agent packages only have 1-2nights skiing + many days of sightseeing. I'm considering 4-5day skii + 1-2 sightseeing. Any advice on flights/hotel/resorts/packages are welcomed!

    Cheers

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    Default Re: Skiing in Jan 07 - Any advice?

    Quote Originally Posted by di0nysus View Post
    Dear CS'sers,

    Need advice on the above, considering Korea, been googling till blur, most sg tour agent packages only have 1-2nights skiing + many days of sightseeing. I'm considering 4-5day skii + 1-2 sightseeing. Any advice on flights/hotel/resorts/packages are welcomed!

    Cheers
    jus another option... go melbourne, then drive to mt bulla or other mountain... free and easy.. can stay until u 'song'...
    Stress Man @ work... :bigeyes:

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    Default Re: Skiing in Jan 07 - Any advice?

    Thanks Kenneth for responding. I believe it is Summer in Aus in January leh..

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    Default Re: Skiing in Jan 07 - Any advice?

    Are u experienced skier? For what I know, those tour package that include 1 day skiing one, is like they send u to the ski resort, ask u to rent the ski equipment, then leave u there alone, there will be no ski instruction, and skiing "can" be dangerous if u dun know how.

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    Default Re: Skiing in Jan 07 - Any advice?

    Astin, you are correct!

    Wanna go on a ski holiday, dont go for these half-baked packaged tours. They only let you have a taste of a skiing only!

    Go for a 1 week full on ski holiday with lessons! The feeling you experience when you can ski down the entire mountain is really exhilarating!

    Go to www.skiventure.com.sg for more details!

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    Default Re: Skiing in Jan 07 - Any advice?

    Quote Originally Posted by di0nysus View Post
    Thanks Kenneth for responding. I believe it is Summer in Aus in January leh..
    ops... pardon me...

    getting old... din see the JAN there...

    pai sae...
    Stress Man @ work... :bigeyes:

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