(Ubud, South Bali)
Journey to one South East Asia's most spectacular cities and some of its most beautiful beaches. This tour is five star all the way, with exclusive hotels and private tours and transfers. Your itinerary starts in Singapore: an island city-state that rides the cutting edge of the world economy and provides visitors with world-class shopping and entertainment. Finish your trip in the lush jungles and white sand beaches of Bali, where traditional culture and first class luxury combine for a sublimely relaxing experience.
A private vehicle with driver will pick you up and provide a transfer between the pier and the Airport, for 6 people with 2 pieces of luggage each.
Light up your stay in Singapore with Naumi Liora, Singapore’s newest boutique hotel of 79 rooms and suites. Immerse yourself in a warm sanctuary of style and contemporary design philosophy amidst elements of heritage chic, inclusive of premium amenities to ensure your utmost comfort. Naumi Liora offers a snack bar, restaurant, and fitness room.
Singapore was part of British Malaysia for many centuries. It was ruled by the Sultanate of Johor before the British came to the Island and set up a port and colony in 1819. After World War II, Singapore became an independent nation and republic, which it remains today. Today Singapore has a diverse population of nearly 5 million people or more which is made up of Chinese, Malays, Indians, Caucasians and Eurasians (plus other mixed groups) and Asians of different origins, which is in line with the nation’s history as a crossroads for various ethnic and racial groups. Experience the various cultures come alive before your very eyes as you explore the nooks and crannies of each ethnic heritage enclave by turns. At Kampong Glam, admire the quiet majesty of the Sultan’s Mosque with its unmistakable golden dome, explore colourful food eateries, and browse through old-fashioned shops selling batiks, carpets, rattan basket-ware and exotic perfumes. Travel to the heart of Chinatown and experience the old and the new, tradition and modernity in the rows of streets and traditional shophouses lovingly restored into tempting eateries, teahouses and shops selling Oriental arts, crafts and souvenirs as well as traditional Chinese medicinal herbs. Little India completes the cultural kaleidoscope with its bustling streets showcasing aromatic and exotic spices, colourful flower-garland shops, vegetable vendors and busy curry houses.
Singapore cable car presents bird’s eye view of Singapore’s city skyline, the harbor and Sentosa. Step on it at the Sentosa Luge (the first in Southeast Asia) and feel the tropical breeze as you whizz down the gravity track on your luge that’s part go-kart, part toboggan and all excitement! Requiring no special skills on the part of the rider, the luge is so easy to enjoy and is safe for all ages. Get in touch with the history and heritage of Singapore at the Images of Singapore Museum. From its origins as a Malay fishing village to its founding in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles and subsequent development into a modern cosmopolitan city of many races, customs and festivals, the Singapore Story is told vividly through life-like settings, colourful displays and costumed mannequins.
As dusk falls over the tropical rainforest, the animals come alive at the world’s first open concept nocturnal zoo. Experience the thrill of exploring the jungle as you get up close with the animals, from fierce predators to timid forest dwellers, in their natural habitat enhanced by subtle moonglow lighting. Get set for a spectacular evening of adventure – at Singapore’s No. 1 Night Spot! Begin your journey with a tram ride from Himalayas to Africa, up close with the animals. The guided tram leads you through 8 geographic regions designed after the habitats of the African savannah, Himalayan foothills and jungles of South East Asia. Be enthralled by the animals from the comfort of the tram, or alight and explore the walking trails for closer views of smaller creatures. Your visit to the Night Safari isn’t complete without catching the fascinating and entertaining shows featuring all-star cast of nocturnal animals. Also, don’t miss the chance to pose close-up with a Serval, Owl or Snake at the Animal Photography sessions.
Fly one way from Singapore to Bali, Indonesia.
Airport transfer with private vehicle and English-speaking driver.
Located in the center of Ubud, the Komaneka at Monkey Forest is surrounded by lush tropical vegetation and an abundance of exotic plants, a veritable oasis in the midst of Ubud's bustling activities and picturesque Monkey Forest Road, with its many wonderful shops, excellent restaurants and easy access to temples, cultural performances, museums and galleries. Komaneka Resorts in Ubud Bali is carefully created to fulfill upscale travelers expectations for a comfortable stay in a spacious luxurious room, surrounded by natural Ubud's beauty. The staff accommodate the guest’s needs and provide guests with excellent Balinese hospitality. Nestled between running streams and rice terraces, Komaneka at Monkey Forest was built for an experience of living with arts and being part of hundreds of years old culture and traditions that flourished in this island. The hotel features many facilities to accommodate guests need such as the pool bar, fine art gallery and gift shop, swimming pool, free Wi-Fi, welcome drinks, afternoon tea and Balinese Western Cakes, special dinners, trekking and other various activities.
Start the day with a visit to Kerta Gosa, or Hall of Justice, built in 18th century in Klungkung. It is beautifully laid out within a moat and provides an exquisite example of the Klungkung style of painting and architecture which can be seen in their ceiling murals. Continue through spectacular views of terraced rice fields to Besakih temple, located on the slope of Mount Agung, Bali highest volcano. It is called Mother Temple of Bali as it houses ancestral shrines for all Hindu Balinese and a complex of nearly 24 temples. Our next stop is Kintamani where you can enjoy your lunch with a breathtaking view over the caldera lake, Danau Batur. Driving down, we arrive in the bottom of a lush green valley, where the Gunung Kawi temple, Bali largest ancient monument is located. It consists of 10 rock-cut candi (shrines) – memorials cut out of the rock face in imitation of actual statues and stand in 7m-high sheltered niches cut into the sheer cliff face. Our last stop will be Goa Gajah.
Depart in the morning from your hotel and transfer to the Munduk village. Upon arrival, enjoy a beautiful trekking experience through coffee plants, cloves, cacao and other exotic tropical plantations around the village. Your guide will give you the insight to the mountain farming life and the importance of the plantations that once attracted the arrival of Europeans to the archipelago. Visit the lovely waterfall with its refreshing breezes, a sure photo-opportunity. After enjoy a short refreshment then carry on to Jatiluwih, here you will enjoy a pleasant walk to discover the beautiful terrace rice fields of Jatiluwih, a UNESCO world heritage. After visiting Jatiluwih stop for lunch at a Bali organic farm. Afterwards continue your visit to the holiest temple of Batukaru temple, located on the southern slope of Batukaru Mountain.
You will be picked up by private vehicle with an English speaking guide from Ubud and transferred to your South Bali hotel.
The Sandi Phala is a secret sanctuary on the magical island of Bali. The stunning boutique hotel is set within a shady tropical garden that gently spills on to a secluded private beach of soft white sand. The hotel renders the perfect place for subtle and rejuvenating stay on the island of Bali. It’s known for its enrapturing sunset experience, the hotel boasts 11 lavished suites with three different categories, set in the midst of a beautiful garden and each uniquely designed with a stunning Indonesian style of decor. Sandi Phala also features a fine dining French restaurant and a swimming pool, which is positioned where guests have a scenic view of the ocean.
Theta Spa is well known for its variety and high quality of spa treatments. Bali is the perfect paradise to relax and treat yourself to a holiday experience you deserve. The Island Recovery is an inspired massage that entails soothing and comforting massage strokes that are based on centuries-old Indonesian “pijat”. Long strokes ease tension and stress away to impact a feeling of total utter relaxation.
VISA/PASSPORTThe Indonesian government requires visitors to have a passport valid for at least six months following the date of arrival. Indonesian authorities regularly deny entry to all foreign nationals who arrive with less than six months’ validity on their passports. American and Canadian citizens are required to have a visa to enter Indonesia. Visa processing generally takes 7 working days for a Tourist Visa along with a visa processing fee of approximately $55. A 30 days visa can also be applied upon arrival at Jakarta International Airport. This visa costs approximately $25. Tourist passport holders may apply for a non-extendable visitor Visa-on-Arrival at airports.
Please note obtaining a visa is your responsibility. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of Indonesia for the most up to date visa information.
HEALTHHealth insurance is required. Medical facilities are not widespread and poor quality. We recommend that you see a health-care provider who specializes in Travel Medicine. The doctor or health-care provider will determine what vaccinations and medication you will need, depending on factors such as your health and immunization history, areas of the country you will be visiting, and planned activities. For more information on travel requirements, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website: http://wwwn.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/indonesia.aspx COUNTRY INFOCapital: Jakarta (Java). Government: Republic. Declared independence from The Netherlands in 1945. Language: Bahasa Indonesia is the official national language. Altogether, there are an estimated 583 languages and dialects spoken in the archipelago. The older generation still speaks Dutch as a second language and English is widely spoken in tourist areas. Religion: There is a Muslim majority of approximately 90%, with Christian, Hindu (mainly in Bali) and Buddhist minorities. Time: GMT + 7 (West) in Sumatra, Java and Western Borneo; GMT + 8 (Central) in Sulawesi, Lesser Sunda Islands, Bali and Eastern Borneo; GMT + 9 (East) in Papua and Maluku. Electricity: 220/250 volts AC, 50Hz but 110 volts is still used in some areas. Plugs used are European-style with two circular metal pins. Telephone: Country code +62 (followed by 22 for Bandung, 361 for Bali, 21 for Jakarta, 61 for Medan and 31 for Surabaya). Mobile Telephone: Roaming agreements exist with most international mobile phone companies. Coverage may be limited to main towns and cities. Internet: There are Internet cafes in all major cities and tourist destinations.
VISA/PASSPORTA valid passport is required. U.S. and Canadian citizens do not need a visa if their visit is for business or social purposes, and their stay is for 90 days or less. Travelers to the region should note that Singapore and some neighboring countries do not allow U.S. or Canadian citizens to enter with fewer than six months of validity remaining on their passport.
Please note obtaining a visa is your responsibility. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of the Republic of Singapore for the most up to date visa information.
HEALTHHealth insurance is recommended. Medical facilities are good quality but expensive. We recommend that you see a health-care provider who specializes in Travel Medicine. The doctor or health-care provider will determine what vaccinations and medication you will need, depending on factors such as your health and immunization history, areas of the country you will be visiting, and planned activities. For more information on travel requirements, visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website: http://wwwn.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/singapore.aspx COUNTRY INFOCapital: Singapore City State. Government: Republic. Gained full independence in 1965. Language: Mandarin Chinese, English, Malay and Tamil. Most Singaporeans are bilingual and speak English, which is used as the main language of communication. Religion: Taoist, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and Muslim. Time: GMT + 8. Electricity: 220/240 volts AC, 50Hz. Plug fittings of the three-pin square type are in use. Many hotels have 110-volt outlets. Telephone: Country code +65. Mobile Telephone: Roaming agreements exist with international mobile phone companies. Coverage is good. Internet: Internet cafes throughout Singapore provide public access to Internet and e-mail services.
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