Luxury Singapore & Bali
Travel 01 May 2020 - 30 Jun 2020
Book by 31 Jan 2020
Saving £384 per person
- 2 nights Shangri-La Singapore, Singapore - Breakfast
- 2 nights Ubud Village Resort & Spa, Ubud - Breakfast
- 5 nights Grand Hyatt Bali, Nusa Dua -
- Private transfers
- Flights with Singapore Airlines from Heathrow or Manchester. Valid for travel 14th May and various dates throughout May and June.
- This holiday is 100% financially protected. ATOL protected 2713
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Nestled amongst 15 acres of landscaped tropical gardens and sparkling waterfalls, this hotel offers a real resort-like atmosphere. Take time out to indulge in this peaceful and luxurious retreat.
Located on Ubud's verdant hillsides overlooking an expanse of terraced rice paddies, this Balinese hideaway has a relaxing atmosphere which will appeal to couples and families alike.
Clustered into four Balinese style water villages spread over 40 acres of lily ponds and manicured gardens.
Flights with Singapore Airlines from Heathrow or Manchester. Valid for travel 14th May and various dates throughout May and June.
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availability, terms and conditions apply.
An effortlessly sophisticated city, Singapore has a dizzying assortment of attractions packed into its characterful districts. Whether you’re looking to explore the history, tour iconic landmarks, shop round the clock or dive into the city’s famous cuisine, you’ll find a new experience waiting around every corner.
Check-out popular Chinatown, a haven for foodies, shoppers and history buffs; delve into Little India with its rainbow painted houses and Hindu temples; spend some time in hip Tiong Bahru; admire the colourful shophouses and traditional food stalls in Joo Chiat; or visit the Civic District for museums and memorials then pop into Raffles Hotel for a Singapore Sling.
In Marina Bay, impressive architecture, swanky hotels and glass-fronted offices dot the skyline. Soak up unobstructed 360-degree views from Sands SkyPark Observation Deck at the noteworthy Marina Bay Sands, or take a scenic spin on the Singapore Flyer. Marvel at the futuristic beauty of Gardens by the Bay or head to the waterfront Merlion Park for a view of Singapore’s unmissable icon.
Spend time at the award-winning Singapore Zoo, where animals roam freely in their natural habitats. Try the Rainforest Walking Trail at Singapore’s Botanic Garden or hop on the cable car to Sentosa Island for golden beaches, a waterpark, golf and Universal Studios Singapore.
If shopping for luxury labels or high street favourites, Orchard Road beckons. For less mass-market shopping, try out local neighbourhoods where independent boutiques, quirky art galleries and bustling markets await you.
Singapore’s rich dining scene features a mix of authentic local fare at hawker centres and slap-up meals in Chinatown to celebrity chef or Michelin-star experiences. You can also dine alfresco in lively Clarke Quay before painting the town red or chill out with a cocktail or two at an array of fabulous rooftop bars.
Perfect as a standalone destination, Singapore can also be combined with numerous Far East or Middle East options for the holiday of your dreams.
Set amid cool mountains and spectacular terraced rice paddies beside the Ayung River, this seductive town is Bali’s cultural hub and spiritual capital.
The flourishing arts and crafts scene dates back to the 1930s when eminent European painters, writers and musicians were drawn here by panoramas of vibrant rice fields, ancient temples, verdant forests and dramatic river gorges. Today, you can stroll around numerous galleries, museums, workshops and craft markets.
Temple festivals and ceremonies occur almost daily so you may well chance upon one. For those not lucky enough to view an authentic ceremony, traditional Balinese dances are performed nightly at nearby Bona village.
The sacred Monkey Forest nature reserve and temple complex is a popular visitor attraction. As the name suggests the towering forest is home to hundreds of cheeky long-tailed macaques who, locals believe, protect the area from evil spirits.
Ubud is highly regarded as a centre of well-being with spas, yoga and meditation all on offer or, should you feel creative, why not visit a Balinese cooking class. Eating out in Ubud is a real pleasure too and with over 300 restaurants there’s no shortage of choice, be it fine dining venues or local delicacies at bustling market stalls.
Nusa Dua, on Bali's southern tip, is the modern side of Bali. Built in the 1970s, Nusa Dua was designed to compete with international beach resorts around the world and has a dream-like tropical paradise feeling about it. The resort is quiet and exclusive with a beautiful beach, immaculate palm gardens, deluxe facilities and a relaxed ambience.
The crystal clear shallow waters and the pearly soft white sandy beaches surrounding Nusa Dua make it a perfect place for all members of the family to relax and rejuvenate. With wide boulevards and manicured gardens, the myriad of luxury hotels and resorts, built no higher than the coconut trees, ensure every comfort and indulgence is at your disposal. For those keen to be active a variety of watersports are available from the beach or perhaps opt for one of the exclusive golf courses. However, if you are in need of pampering, the spas in Nusa Dua are quite simply sublime.
When it comes to shopping in Nusa Dua, look no further than the huge open air Bali Collection Mall, which features traditional handicrafts and souvenirs along with international fashions, a department store, supermarket and a choice of dining options. However, in Nusa Dua most of the best restaurants and bars are found within the hotels with sunset cocktails and beachfront dining venues the norm.