Luxury Malaysia & Bali
Travel 01 May 2019 - 30 Nov 2019
Book by 30 Apr 2019
Saving £305 per person
- 5 nts Tanjong Jara Resort, Terengganu - Bumbung Breakfast
- 7 nts Laguna Resort & Spa , Nusa Dua - Deluxe Garden Wing Breakfast
- Flights to Terengganu and onwards to Bali via Kuala Lumpur with Malaysia Airlines, accommodation throughout, return private transfers and prepayable taxes.
- This holiday is ATOL protected 2713
Tanjong Jara Resort is a sanctuary of luxury sure to exceed your expectations, whether you prefer a lazy and languid holiday or indulgent and regenerative.
Deluxe Garden Wing Breakfast
Clustered around spectacular swimmable lagoons, a free-form swimming pool and seven acres of manicured tropical gardens.
Flights to Terengganu and onwards to Bali via Kuala Lumpur with Malaysia Airlines, accommodation throughout, return private transfers and prepayable taxes.
Regional Departures: Regional supplements are available from Manchester from £120, Belfast from £146, Newcastle from £146, Edinburgh from £146, Glasgow from £146. Other regional airports may be available, please ask for details.
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availabilty, terms and conditions apply.
Overlooking the South China Sea on Malaysia's east coast, the state of Terengganu has a stretch of beautiful beaches, lush virgin tropical jungle, quaint fishing villages, dazzling waterfalls and spectacular islands. The peace and serenity are the main attraction for visitors as well as scuba diving and turtle watching.
The panoramic, untouched beaches of Terengganu extend 150 miles from Kemaman in the south to Besut in the north. The Tanjong Jara Resort resides on the shores of Dungun, a quiet coastal fishing town where powdery sands and crystal clear azure waters provide a haven for a relaxing beach holiday. The beaches around Dungun also annually attract giant leatherback turtles and the sight of these giant creatures lumbering slowly on the sands to lay their eggs is truly memorable.
Nearby Tenggol Island is an hour from Dungun jetty by speedboat and is particularly popular with dive enthusiasts as it offers over 20 dive sites. The waters around the scenic Perhentian Islands are equally as inviting to both divers and snorkelers with colourful coral gardens, scorpion fish, stingrays, black tip reef sharks among the marine life. Other activities in the area include mountain biking, jungle trekking, canoeing and rafting.
The state capital, Kuala Terengganu, has a few sights of its own, including the old town with its lively central Market, the adjacent old Chinatown quarter, the State Museum Complex and Pulau Duyung, where the city's maritime heritage can be seen. The region is known for its traditional handicrafts, such as batik, silk, brocade and brassware, while the local delicacy is Nasi Dagang, a mix of rice with coconut milk and eaten with tuna curry and light vegetable pickles.
Deluxe Garden Wing Breakfast
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.