Prince William and Kate Middleton will go on a royal tour of Asia beginning September 11. On behalf of Queen Elizabeth as part of her Diamond Jubilee Tour, the roya coupl will visit a number of Asian cities including Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Their tour will begin at the Singapore Botanic Gardens for an orchid naming ceremony where both William and Kate will have an orchid named in their honor on September 11. The next day the couple will go to the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. Here they will visit an artificial rain forest mountain and plant a tree.
They will also visit Rainbow Centre which is a special needs community where William will spend time with a sports class and Middleton will spend time with kids in an art therapy class.
The next day the duo will make their way to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia and Middleton will make her first overseas speech. The couple's personal secretary,Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton said to US Weekly, The Duchess is keen to learn more about the hospice movement in Malaysia."
Later that night they will have dinner with Tuanku Abdul Halim, the King of Malaysia.
A few days later on September 15 William and Kate will make their way to Sabah, Malaysia and visit Danum Valley, where the largest remaining rainforest is.
The next day they will jet to the Honiara, Solomon Islands where they will go to a local church survice and then a traditional state dinner.
The couple will then separate on September 17. William attend a commonwealth youth conference and Prince William will give a speech. After he will meet children and play soccer. Kate will attend a reception for women's groups of the Solomon Islands.
Later, they will fly to the island of Marau and enjoy a welcome ceremony then go to the island of Marap for a second ceremony. After that they will take a war canoe trip to Tavanipupu.
The trip ends on September 19th when they return to London after a whirlwind tour of the South East.