Experience the diversity of Asia with our twin centre Bali honeymoon with a Singapore city break. Starting in Singapore, you’ll have 3 days to explore the city’s shops, hawker markets and the riverside with a short walking tour and afternoon tea at a hotel. Then you’ll fly to Bali, where you can explore this Indonesian island from your base in Ubud; wander the rice paddies, marvel at ancient temples and browse the boutique galleries and shops. Finish your honeymoon with some beach time, soaking up the sun and taking in the tiny island of Nusa Lembongan off the coast of Bai, where you can snorkel, hike or simply relax.
This itinerary can be tailored to suit your requirements please contact one of our consultants to start planning your dream trip.
Depart the UK from your chosen airport.
On arrival in Singapore you will be met at the airport and taken to your hotel where you will check in for three nights.
Spend a couple of days exploring this island city – strolling along the harbourfront, enjoying the lush Botanical Gardens and shopping in the designer boutiques of Orchard Road. We’ve included a short walking tour which will give you some insight into Singapore’s heritage – you’ll walk along the river to see a local fishing village and learn about the colonial buildings and bridges before having afternoon tea at the grand Fullerton Hotel.
Singapore is melting pot of culture and the best place to experience this is in its food – try dumplings from the hawker stalls of Chinatown, spicy curries in Little India or nutty satay in the Malay District. As the sun sets, make sure you take a walk-through Gardens by the Bay; the enormous illuminated “trees” are a spectacular sight at night.
After breakfast, you’ll be transferred to the airport for your onwards flight to Bali. On arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel in Ubud, where you will check in for three nights.
Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali; full of local galleries, traditional jewellers and tiny restaurants serving up delicious Balinese delights. Spend the morning exploring the city – make sure you visit the pretty Water Temple - before heading back to your hotel, set in the lush green paddy fields that surround Ubud.
You could easily devote a whole afternoon to wandering the rice fields, watching the farmers plough through the water and ducks waddling along the edge of the pools. But make sure you’ve reached the village of Petulu by dusk so you can witness the white herons descending on the trees to roost through the night. Ubud is also a great place to try a cooking class – learning to whip up a bowl of traditional Indonesia nasi goreng will be a good idea once you’re home and missing all the tasty Indonesian food - so if you’d like us to book one for you, just ask!
Take one last stroll through the nearby rice paddies before being driven to the coast where you will catch a boat to the island of Nusa Lembongan, where you will check in for seven nights.
Now is the time to relax on the beautiful island of Nusa Lembongan. Spend your days reading books by the pool, hopping between white sand beaches where you can try surfing or paddle boarding and relaxing each evening with a beer. There is some brilliant snorkelling to be had on Nusa Lembongan – colourful reefs are home to majestic manta rays and schools of pink and orange fish, perfect for an afternoon of exploring. Make sure you find time to hike the stunning cliffs by the Devil’s Tear for views over the crashing ocean but really your time here should be about enjoying your time together and admiring the romantic beaches and sunsets of this tiny island.
Your honeymoon has come to an end – after one final delicious breakfast you’ll catch a boat back to Bali where you’ll be transferred to the airport for your flight home.
You will arrive back in the UK today to complete your honeymoon.
Singapore has a tropical and humid climate all year round, the busiest (and hottest) time to visit is in the school holidays which fall in June and July so it is best to avoid visiting during this period if possible. Dry season in Bali runs from April – September, although occasional rainfall can still be expected, and the resorts are busiest during this time. During rainy season Bali becomes quieter although the sun still shines and temperatures remain relatively stable year-round meaning Bali can be a great destination at any time of year.
This itinerary is purely a suggestion, and can be tailor-made to your requirements, so please contact us with your dates and requests and we’ll put together a bespoke quotation for you.