Luxury Singapore & Bali
The jagged cliffside of Tanah Lot is weathered by waves as they batter the rocks that surround it, over and over. You’ll see this as you tour this site of an ancient temple and more in Bali, a beautiful Indonesian island. You’ll wander the Jatiluwih rice fields, and bask in the sun at Jimbaran. You’ll also head to Singapore, where you’ll gaze upon the Sultan Mosque and a Luge track. You can visit a nocturnal zoo, known for its open concept. You’ll tour jungles that feel isolated and exotic to cities that are modern and chic. You’ll see wildlife that you have never encountered before and people whose cultures are new and different. You’ll soak in the sun and get drenched by tropical rains. Throughout this trip, you’ll find a mix of exhilarating adventures and relaxing moments. From teahouses to tropical climates, this is the vacation of a lifetime.
3 days in Singapore
3 days in Ubud
3 days in Jimbaran
Day 1 Singapore
You’ll arrive in Singapore, and receive transportation to your hotel. Congratulations! Your vacation is officially underway.
Day 2 Singapore (3.5 hours)
You’ll visit Kampong Glam and stare wide-eyed at the Sultan’s Mosque, with an instantly recognizable gilded dome. You’ll munch on tasty treats at great restaurants and wander through a bazaar. Afterwards, you’ll tour Chinatown, with tiny teahouses and elegant Orient art shops. You’ll also visit little India, where tempting curry eateries, exotic spices, and lovely flower garlands will highlight your trip.
Day 3 Singapore (4 hour tour) (4 hour tour (night))
You’ll take a cable car from Mount Faber to Sentosa. Flutter through Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom. Take a 4D adventure in Journey 2- The Mysterious Island. Afterwards, splash into the world’s largest aquarium, the SEA aquarium. At dusk, the creatures of the night crawl- and you’ll see them all at a park for nocturnal critters. You’ll watch the Thumbuakar performance before heading back.
Day 4 Ubud (2.5 hour flight) (1 hour drive)
You’ll receive transport to the airport, where you’ll head to Bali. It’s time to leave Singapore behind!
Day 5 Ubud (9 hours)
Visit the Hall of Justice, or Kerta Gosa, in the morning. You’ll head up to Besakih temple, on the side of the volcano Mount Agung, also known as the Mother Temple of Bali. Then, you’ll stop at Kintamani, where you’ll enjoy a delicious meal overlooking the Danau Batur lake. Drive down to Gunung Kawi temple before concluding your tour at Goa Gajah.
Day 6 Ubud (10 hours)
Take a ride down to Munduk Village in the morning. Stroll through different plantations in the area, which produce plenty of delicious foods, from coffee to cacao. You’ll see a gushing waterfall and learn about farming in the archipelago. Then, you’ll drive to Jatiluwih. You’ll amble through terrace-top rice fields at the UNESCO world heritage site, and visit the Batukaru temple before heading back.
Day 7 Jimbaran (1 and a half hour drive)
Drive to Jimbaran from Ubud this morning. The ride will take an hour and a half, so look out the window for some great views!
Day 8 Jimbaran (5 hours)
You’ll visit the Pura Taman Ayun temple on this day. It was constructed in the 17th century by a prince. It is most famous for being in the center of an artificial lake. You’ll tour this grand complex to its entirety before heading to the next stop, Tanah Lot. This temple is situated on an island, where you’ll get a gorgeous view of the sunset.
Day 9 Jimbaran
It’s time to go home! Your trip has come to an end, so you’ll get transport to the airport. Have a safe trip back!
Merlion Park, Raffles Statue, Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands, Clarke Quay, Hawker Food Centers, Little India, Chinatown, The National Gallery, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Monkey Forest, Puri Lukisan Museum, Goa Gajah, Pura Taman Saraswati, Rudana Museum, Gianyar Night Market, Botanic Garden.
Pura Taman Ayun, Tanah Lot, Jimbaran Beach, Pantai Tegal Wangi, Suluban Beach
Breakfast with Orangutans at Singapore Zoo
Visit the Singapore Zoo and have a delicious breakfast with some fuzzy creatures. After your orangutan meal, you will get to tour the zoo. If you don’t want to eat with orangutans, you can skip it, as it is optional (but highly recommended!)
Changi WWII War Trail Coach Tour
Tour the old Changi Prison and other historical sights around the city on this WWII-centric tour. You’ll learn about the grim time period of the Japanese occupation and go home with new insight on the war.
Bali Quad Bike Adventure
Ride an ATV through the rivers of Bali on this fast paced adventure! Showers, lunch, and refreshments are included.
Downhill Bali Hidden Cycling Tour
The best way to see Kintamani volcano is to bike through this scenic route. This trip includes lunch and hotel pick-up.
Bali Beach and Bar Hopping Tour by Custom 1980 VW Kombi Bus
Drive along Jimbaran Bay on this beach hopping experience. You’ll cruise through the area in a vintage bus, ensuring a memorable experience. You’ll also visit the temple of Pura Batu Ngaus, where you’ll see a plethora of historical things.
Weather and climate
The weather is warm and tropical year-round. Rainstorms are possible any time, but rainfall usually peaks in November and December.
Bali's location near the equator gives it a warm, tropical climate that makes it a huge draw for tourists and adventurers. With an average year-round temperature of around 30°C, we think it’s safe to say the lush island really is a paradise!
Cuisine & Wine