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Beautiful Bali and Singapore

Bali (3N), Singapore (3N)


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Scaling the Mount Batur

Mount Batur is an active volcano located in the Batur village in the Kintamani region of Bali. According to the Hindu beliefs, Mount Batur is one of the sacred mountains standing at 1717 meters above sea level. The sunrise trek is a popular hike amongst adventure junkies, but who would want to miss an opportunity to stand atop an ancient volcano and watch the sun come up over the sea.

The beautifully isolated lake Batur at the foothills of Mount Abang (7,467 meters) is a sight to behold. The crescent shaped lake is the largest lake in Bali.


Relaxing in Bali!

Start your day at the Seminyak Beach and Petitenget Beach, both of which are famous for the continuous expanse of gray sand stretching in both directions as far as the eye can see.

Capital city of Bali, Denpasar is a fusion of modern Bali and the one preserved through time. The Bali museum here is the most comprehensive showcase of Balinese art and history and its evolution over the years. The Bajra Sandhi Monument is a reflection of the struggles of Balinese people.

The temple of Tanah Lot, famed for its sunsets is one of the most beautiful sights in Bali.Situated in the water at Desa Beraban, Kediri, Kec. Tabanan, Tanah Lot is a rock formation off the Indonesian island of Bali. It is home to the pilgrimage temple Pura Tanah Lot, a popular tourist and cultural icon for photography and general exoticism. The bright lights, shopping centers and traffic jams of Kuta are just 15 minutes away to the south. In short, a lot to keep you busy throughout the day.  

Battle the waves of Bali

A renowned center for traditional dance and crafts, Ubud is a path threaded with ancient Hindu temples and shrines. The famous elephant cave of Goa Gajah and the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary are must visit spots along with the unmissable Campuhan Ridge Walk.

Drive down south to explore Kuta - the party destination of Bali. Uluwatu is home to the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple and is the no. 4 surf destination in the world. There are excellent places to eat and drink in Uluwatu, making it perfect to end your day at.

Mad fun in Singapore!

Begin with a visit to Universal studios Singapore, this movie-themed park is peppered with rides based on blockbuster movies like Transformers and Jurassic Park. Make sure you spend the day here - with rollercoaster rides, great food and exciting theme parks, this is the place for a perfect family day!

An island adventure!

Based on a nearly 50 hectare island, this resort has 6 awesome theme hotels apart from spas, casinos and aquariums. Must visit: Chinatown, which is just about 6 kms from this place and can be reached by a tram.

End your day at the awarded and appreciated Wings of Time and be a part of an experience that  will definitely be an unforgettable memory of your trip!


A landmark walk along

Admiring the morning view of Singapore from the giant Ferris wheel - the Singapore Flyer - is almost the perfect way to start your day. Enjoy the educational interactive guided tours at Art Science Museum followed by lunch at one of the restaurants at Marina Bay Sands.

Visit The Merlion which is synonymous with Singapore and has the head of a lion on the body of a fish. Finish the day with a river cruise on a traditional bumboat.

Bid adieu

The Helix Bridge and Marina Bay sands are absolutely unmissable and look like they've been borrowed from a science fiction novel. End your trip on a wonderful note by preparing to cherish all the memories and sampling some local food.