Bali and Hong Kong
Bali and Hong Kong holiday combines 3 nights Hong Kong with 5 nights Bali for the perfect holiday package! Stay in Kuta in Bali and Kowloon in Hong Hong, a real cultural exploration…
Why not Combine Bali and Hong Kong? Best of city and beach, explore 2 different cultures in 1 trip.
The best of the East, discover Bali – Indonesia’s number one tourist destination and Hong Kong – Asia’s top shopping destination!
Bali and Hong Kong.
Staying at The Melasti Beach Resort and Spa Bali which boasts large rooms, beach front location and close to shops and restaurants – very popular. Also close to Jalan Legian. The resort’s gardens and pool area create a very relaxed and quiet atmosphere. The beach side restaurant has great views over the ocean. Just across a small road on the main stretch of Legian Beach. Within easy walking distance along the beach side road to the shops on Jalan Padma.
Package also includes a 3 night stay at the Metropark Hotel Kowloon Hong Kong. Away from the bustle of Kowloon, a comfortable hotel for the budget conscious. The Standard rooms are simply yet comfortably furnished.
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What to do in Hong Kong:
Getting around is relatively easy. Tourists are advised to pick up an Octopus Card, which stores credit that can be used on any form of transport, including ferries, as well as at restaurants and stores.
Out of town, Hong Kong offers numerous underrated natural charms. The Dragon’s Back Ridge just behind the city (and to the south) offers exciting views of more than 200 Hong Kong islands. You can visit waterfalls and old towns along the route. Over the ridge, the Shek O Beach provides respite from the city atmosphere. The Ping Shan Heritage Trail, to the northwest, tracks past old face brick homes and forts, abandoned towns from the agricultural age of the region, and up into the impressive heights.
What to do in Bali:
Kuta beach is without a doubt the beach to visit for sun and surf, but there are plenty of others worth exploring, such as Legian and Sanur beach, while Seminyak beach is the place for art lovers to peruse the tiny shopping galleries. Nature lovers will have a great time exploring Bali’s waterfalls, such as Gitgit and Blahmantung Falls, while the very fit will love a sunrise climb to the top of Mount Batur, or one of the other volcanoes that form the island’s peaks. After a long day of exploring, the hot springs of Banjar will rejuvenate tired muscles. See Bali’s wildlife up close at the Sangeh Monkey Forest, or the Bird Park in Singapadusuch. For something a little more exciting, book an elephant safari.
Aside from the natural wonders available, Bali has many cultural gems as well. Every village is required to maintain at least three Hindu temples, including the largest on the island, the Nine Directional Temples. Pura Luhur Uluwatu, perched on the cliffs above Uluwatu, is regarded as the most spectacular temple on the island. There is also a wealth of local art, best showcased in Ubud’s museums.