✈ Singapore and Bali: 10 Nights at a Choice of Hotels with Flights*

✈ Singapore and Bali: 10 Nights at a Choice of Hotels with Flights*

£699.00

The Experience Travellers hungry for exotic destinations can get a taste of Asia with this 10-day trip. The adventure starts in Singapore, a thriving city…

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The Experience

Travellers hungry for exotic destinations can get a taste of Asia with this 10-day trip. The adventure starts in Singapore, a thriving city spread across tens of islands where three nights of stay can be easily filled with attractions like night safari, theme parks visits or exploring cuisines from all over the world. Then, holidaymakers board a plane to Bali where they can spend a week basking in the sun, discovering hidden temples or trying out watersports.

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The Itinerary

  • Outbound: flight from London, Manchester or Birmingham to Singapore
  • 3 nights in Singapore
  • Flight from Singapore to Bali
  • 7 nights in Bali
  • Inbound: flight back from Bali to London, Manchester or Birmingham

Groupon’s Guide to Singapore

Nicknamed “the tiger of Asia” due to the supersonic rate of its growth, the city-state of Singapore is truly a one-of-a-kind place. Located on 63 islands bordering the southernmost part of Malay Peninsula, Singapore transformed itself from a former British colony into a thriving, fully-fledged state within mere 20 years of gaining independence from the British and then from Malaysia.

Now the country is a major hub of high-tech business, but this is but one facet of its colourful identity. Over 10% of islands’ areas are designated no-urban-development zones and, consequently, lush tropical forests abound in Singapore. Republic’s rigid laws regarding the conservation of its natural heritage are a success story for ecologists around the world, as the state of Singaporean wildlife may testify.

Groupon’s Guide To Southern Bali

Also known as the Island of the Gods, Bali is home to vast white sandy beaches, natural sights and more than 20,000 temples, making this Indonesian province a worldwide destination for leisure seekers, water sports enthusiasts and globetrotters.

A paradise for both expert and beginner surfers, Kuta is a bustling city where Balinese culture blends with outdoor fun, shopping and hearty dining. Traditional arts and crafts can be found throughout the area in the nearby Seminyak and a mixture of privately-run grocery stores are within easy access. For those keen to learn more about marine life and coral reefs, there are plenty of scuba diving sites on the neighbouring Nusa Penida. Tourists arriving on the islands may also indulge in local beach-stall food such as skewers with rice cakes and shredded chicken with sambal and lime.