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Spending 3 nights in Singapore is a magnificent adventure and will give you ample time to take in the vibrant lifestyle of this city which never sleeps. Blends of Eastern traditions are paired with Western influences to create this diverse city. Be amazed by Singaporean delicacies that are served on street stalls and in food markets. Singapore is a cosmopolitan city great for shopping and exploring. Orchard Road is the hub of the retail quarter, with huge flagship stores nestled alongside individual boutiques where bargains are fun to seek. In the evening, Singapore is wide awake, full of bars, restaurants and music venues where you can just sit back or dance the night away. Rooftop bars, vibrant clubs and enough Michelin-starred restaurants to warrant Singapore publishing its own guide, this is sophisticated cosmopolitan nightlife at its best. Fans of the Arts will also find plenty to interest them; Singapore hosts many events during the year celebrating art, music and writing. If you still crave more excitement, then don’t miss the theme parks. Universal Studios and the Wild Wild Wet parks deliver thrills a-plenty for the adventure lovers’ delight.
Having spent time discovering the ‘must see’ city that is Singapore, jet off to Bali for 7 nights, for some much needed rest and relaxation. Lazy days can be spent by the pool or on stunning beaches. Immerse yourself in ultimate peace as nature envelops you into a peaceful bliss. Bali isn’t known as the Island of the Gods for nothing – the Balinese hospitality and atmosphere will provide the perfect haven of serenity to unwind after your Singapore experience. Throughout the year, Bali hosts many diverse festivals and events; Yoga, Writers, Arts and Holistic fairs are just some of the cultural attractions in this island paradise. Make sure you take time to explore a few of the magnificent beaches, too. Palm-fringed white sand in the south, black sand on the north and west coasts, and myriads of hidden coves make this a beach-lover’s dream come true. On top of all this, you can take a Catamaran cruise, journey to a sanctuary to see the exotic wildlife or spend time diving, sliding and abseiling into a canyon, Bali has plenty for amusement, invigoration or sheer relaxation.
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For a stylish stay, the W hotel is on point, situated on an island offering tranquillity after a day’s shopping or enjoying Singapore’s nightlife.The Fairmont offers a sophisticated stay right in the heart of the city with stunning views and every leisure facility on hand. Reside at the iconic, impressive luxury Marina Bay Sands hotel or the compelling Raffles hotel and be stunned by the timeless beauty. For art lovers, the St Regis Singapore is richly decorated with one of the largest collections in Asia, complemented by opulent crystal chandeliers. Whatever your taste, Singapore has the hotel for you. The flying time between the U.K. and Singapore is on average about 14 hours.
Bali is renowned for luxury and the handpicked hotels we have selected are just that. The Legian Bali Resort offers accommodation in suites all looking out over the beach towards the aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean.The W Retreat & Spa is a hip hotel decked out in cutting edge opulence surrounded by trendy boutiques and lively bars. The Ritz Carlton is a glamorous affair, full of fanciful richness. Relax in the serenity of Viceroy Bali or unwind at the beauty of Banyan Tree Ungasan. The flying time between Singapore and Bali is on average about 4 hours.
The flying time between Bali and the U.K. is on average about 15 hours.
*Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing a room and are correct at time of publication, and is therefore subject to change and availability. This is the starting price and the final price will depend on how the itinerary is tailored, e.g. which hotels and flights are chosen.
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