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Singapore Bali Special (7 Days)

( Singapore, Bali )

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  • Singapore Bali Special

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  • Singapore Bali Special

Return Airfare
3 nights accommodation in Bali
Daily breakfast
Full-day Bali-Kintamani tour and City tour with Indian lunch
3 nights accommodation in Singapore
Half-day sight-seeing on Seat in Coach (SIC) basis in Singapore
Sentosa tour on SIC basis
 

Inclusions

Flights
Hotels
Airport Transfers
Visa
City Tour
Breakfast
Taxes

Destinations Covered

Singapore, Bali

Inclusions

Singapore and Bali Tour Package

In Bali
3 nights accommodation
Daily breakfast at hotel
1 Indian buffet lunch and 1 Barbeque (Seafood) dinner
Return airport transfers on Seat in Coach (SIC) basis
Full-day Bali-Kintamani tour and City tour with Indian lunch
Return transfer and Spa drink (breakfast)
All Entrance fees during the tour
Bali Visa on Arrival for Indian Passport Holder

In Singapore
3 nights accommodation
Return airport transfers
Daily buffet breakfast
Half-day sight-seeing on Seat in Coach (SIC) basis in Singapore
Sentosa tour on SIC basis
Airport Tax & Visa Fee included

Exclusions

  • Travel Insurance, Tips, Porterage
  • Applicable peak season surcharge
  • Expenses of Personal Nature
  • Anything not Mentioned in the package inclusions
  • Service Tax extra 4.5%

Duration : 7 days/6 nights

Day:- 1

Officially the Republic of Singapore, is a South East Asian city-state,off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula,  north of the equator. An island country, it is not just the world’s cleanest city and a ‘garden city’ to boot – but Singapore does throw up all kinds of surprises to keep the tourists in awe of its persona!

As you reach the city, our representative checks you into a hotel, and after a short break the journey begins! Adventure activities include diving with sharks at Underwater World on Sentosa, mountain biking around Bukit Timah, leopard-spotting at Singapore Zoo’s magical Night Safari, water skiing or wakeboarding on the Kallang River, go-karting and rock climbing. If you want to get away  from the hustle and bustle, the centre of the island retains large tracts of forests where you can only hear the sound of the monkeys swinging through the trees.

You may start with the great urban green spaces, known as the  Botanic Gardens providing instant relief from the roar of traffic, which suddenly melts into the branches and the flora and fauna enclosed within.

 It’s immaculate and well designed areas segues into each other as every individuality is maintained  with its own atmosphere, from the lazy serenity of the Swan Lake to the dense, humid greenery of the rainforest zone to the carefully pruned Bonsai and Orchid Gardens, where careful landscaping sits side by side with huge old trees that first poked their heads above the  ground when Queen Victoria was surveying her Empire. Return back with this pleasant encounter to spend the night at the hotel!

Day:- 2

After an early breakfast, families and tourists  looking for an all-in-one hotspot would be pleased to visit Sentosa, which offers an exciting array of adventurous activities such as visiting historical monuments,  world-class entertainment spots, including Resorts World Sentosa, the most enjoyable island in Southeast Asia. This entertainment resort offers  scintillating views of Singapore, mountain biking, and diving with sharks off the spectacular island. Mount Faber stands proud and tall on the southern fringe of the city, opposite the Harbour Front Centre and not far from Sentosa Island. From the summit, the strange splendour of the city rolls away to the horizon in all directions.To get to the top and save time, ride the spectacular cable car from Harbour Front, but if at leisure, take the shuttle bus, or gear up for the climb from the bottom. Overnight stay at the hotel!

Day:- 3

Start with a trip to the world-class Zoo and Night Safari where the animals are kept in the happiest state of being even in captivity, as they are precious creatures  sharing their space with human beings visiting them. The highlights include a large dome where lemurs and mouse deer scamper across your path, tree kangaroos laze in the branches and large flying foxes munch fruit in front of your face. Be prepared for encounters with unnervingly large monitor lizards which can whizz across the water like prehistoric sea serpents, observe playful otter families hunting fish and Saltwater crocodiles lurking in the water, if visible. Many of the animals are free-ranging, and amongst the first you will encounter are cheeky primates such as cottontop tamarins, white-faced sakis, gibbons and siamangs. Rest assured, there are a few places where you can stand under trees with orang-utans a few feet above your head. Also watch out for the proboscis monkeys, unmistakable with their huge red bellies.As the evening sets in, the Night Safari next to the Zoo opens its enclosures to get visitors close up with nocturnal creatures such as leopards, free-ranging deer and the Malayan tiger. Overnight stay at the hotel as you put  yourself to sleep, lost in the thoughts of the applaudable visual wonders, that occupied your  day!

Day:- 4

Overlooking the Strait of Johor, the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve nature reserve in the far north of Singapore is home to a vast species of birds and the  best time for viewing the vast array of vividly-coloured creatures from this region is early morning, though on a weekday the reserve is blissfully serene. After which you may proceed to the  Bukit Timah Nature Reserve,  one of only two patches of urban primary rainforests in the world (the other is in Rio de Janeiro). Though it has been laid with a concrete path, the side trails plunge deep into a forest so rich with different plant species. Linked to Bukit Timah is the MacRitchie Reservoir nature reserve, which is ringed with dozens of kilometres of trails, where walkers can spot macaques, monitor lizards, the occasional python and flying lemur – and move across the Treetop Walk suspension bridge – before ending up at the peaceful reservoir park, a complete retreat from civilisation with the singing sound of nature to mesmerize you! Overnight stay at the hotel!

Shopping is considered the national pastime on this land, ranging from hi-tech wares to designer wear, there is something for everyone. Browsing around local markets and shophouses in the ethnic enclaves to the glitzy portals of Orchard Road, the experiences are wide, varied and intriguing. Welcome to Singapore’s most glamorous shopping complex, a glass, marble and steel work of art where there are even extra special toilets for high spending customers and celebrities. Superior services include butler style concierge and a celebrity chef fine dining establishment. Luxury couture, the hottest names fresh from the world’s runways, art exhibitions and even cloud viewing attract an in-vogue shopping crowd at ION Orchard on Orchard Street.

Fabulous knick knacks and other memorable finds are also available in China Street,Arab Street, Little India and the suburban areas like Holland Village, Katong and Tampines.

For food, there are McDonalds, Burger King, KFC, Long John Silver’s, MOS Burger and Yoshinoya outlets, as well as restaurants serving Japanese, Indian, Malaysian, Indonesian, Mongolian,Chinese dimsums, Cantonese cooking, seafood, Sichuan, Taiwanese and European cuisine specialising In Belgian, Danish, Italian, Irish, French, German and Spanish dishes. Sprawling hawkers sell a  delectable variety of food, hence versatility is evident to suit every pocket!

Day:- 5

On arrival at Bali, check into the hotel as our representative sets out with the next itinerary. Lush and tropical, Bali beguiles with its picturesque beaches, rice fields, mountains and volcanoes. The island beckons all seeking the ultimate tranquil  in Paradise!

The island is surrounded by coral reefs where beaches in the south tend to have white sand while those in the north and west have black sand, and the central mountains include several peaks with cutting edges.  The largest city is the provincial capital, Denpasar near the southern coast, where the rich coral reefs enclose the  popular diving spots such as Tulamben, Amed, Menjangan or neighbouring Nusa Penide that hosts a wide range of marine life,for instance,Hawksbill Turtle,Giant Sunfish,Giant Manta highest peak   is Mount Agung, known as the "mother mountain" which is an active volcano. Balialso is famous for artisans who produce a vast array of handicrafts that include batik and ikat cloth and clothing, wooden carvings, stone carvings, painted art and silverware. Notably, individual villages typically adopt a single product , such as wind chimes or wooden furniture.  Wildlife on this island, however, includes various species of monkeys, civets, barking deer and mouse deer, and  species of birds including wild fowl, dollar birds, blue kingfishers, sea eagles, sandpipers, white herons,  egrets, cuckoos, wood swallows, sparrows, and starlings. Divers will see many colorful coral fish and small reef fish, moray eels, and plankton eating whale sharks as well as crustaceans, sponges, and colorful coral. Overnight stay at the hotel engulfed with the aroma of those eclatic sights!

Day  6

The Gitigit waterfall is a beautiful destination north of Bali and is surrounded by tropical trees and emits constantly natural water debit during the year. The Waterfall talks around the charming nature which is amazing and there are some plantations protecting the rain forest around the cascade from which monkeys are found to drink water.  This monument is called Bhuwana Pangkung Bangka,  extant and an idol for people who struggled action against the Dutch colonization. In the afternoon, proceed to Kertha Gosa, a tourist spot  visited by huge crowds, located in Klungkung Town,in the  east part of Bali. The building exists in the middle of a lotus pond which is  adrift, designed open air and sustained with the graven wood props, unique with traditional Balinese architecture, owning the high history value to the Klungkung Empire, and is more knowledgeable by the name of Taman Gili. It was used as a meeting hall for all kings in the era of Klungkung Empire. The ceiling of this  Building is fully decorated by the dressy puppets paintings of Kamasan style narrating human life on this earth and eternity.  Overnight stay at the hotel!

Day:- 7

Spend your time relaxing from the exhausting sight-seeing venues and indulge in some pleasure window shopping or literally buying some souvenirs. However, virtually everybody does come to Bali to shop, and even if this wasn't the ultimate aim, you would still end up with fascinating and irresistible buys. The place is a treasure trove of fine art and handicrafts, antique and semi-antique furniture, paintings, delicately carved jewellery, wood and stone carvings, masks, woven and dyed fabrics. Ubud features a traditional open-air art market that is a favourite place for souvenir hunters,  while Kuta and Sukawati have colourful art markets where it would be easy for you to strike  a bargain.  There are many popular shopping centres selling sarongs, dyed and knitted fabrics, antique furniture, stone and wood carving, and masks.  Galeria Nusa Dua and Kuta are famous for selling famous brands and local dressy garments.

Multidimensional cuisines are the speciality of all the restaurants in Bali.  French, Chinese and Indian dishes are offered in several restaurants of the island.  Tourist-oriented restaurants are abound in several  centres but Indonesian and Chinese food is predominant as influences from around the globe make up for Balinese comestibles.  Curries, cucumber, eggplant, Indian mustard and cow peas from India, the Chinese brought the wok and stir frying, Chinese mustard and vegetables such as brassica and Chinese cabbage, from Arabia came kebabs and mouth-watering goat stews, while the  Europeans introduced avocados, peanuts, pineapples, guavas, papayas, squashes, cauliflower to orient Bali as a  fantastic food resort!

Get ready to board the flight back home, to your place of residence, from this heavenly isle as you dream about the beaches, sarongs, masks, temples and the fiesta time!

 

All prices quoted per person on twin sharing basis in Indian Rupees. Rates are applicable for a minimum of two persons travelling at one time.Rates valid for Indian Nationals only For Enquiries related to the period 1st Oct - 31st March please send Query Rates subject to change without notice depending on currency fluctuation Rates are based on Standard category of rooms Rates not valid during conventions and special events. In case carrier is Air Asia package price does not include charges for checked baggage and meals

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