Bali

Singapore, Ubud & Beach

‘Bright lights, rural charm and beach bliss’

Singapore is an island country comprised of one main island and lots of smaller islets. It's a multicultural place with colourful districts celebrating its cultural diversity.  At Marina Bay, discover modern architectural masterpieces like the iconic Marina Bay Sands, one of the largest luxury hotels in Singapore with one of the world's highest rooftop infinity pools. Enjoy exclusive shopping malls, museums, and enormous garden parks.

Bali, on the other hand, is a natural paradise, with a coastline of sandy beaches and an inland canvas of iconic rice fields and rainforest clad mountain peaks. As well as being renowned for its distinct landscape, the Indonesian island of Bali is equally revered for its welcoming culture and divine cuisine. In the foothills of rice paddies and steep ravines, Ubud showcases the best of both, with lots of restaurants, museums, art galleries and historic temples. In many ways the cultural centre of Bali, Ubud offers a wealth of attractions, like the iconic Ubud Palace, the Blanco Renaissance Museum, and the aptly named Monkey Forest.

At the beach resorts, you’ll find famous waves that draw surfers of all levels from far and wide.  Considered one of the best-surfing destinations in the world, Uluwatu in particular, features a coastline filled with golden beaches.  Further surrounding beach areas will provide coral-rich waters making it perfect for snorkelling and diving.  The region is also well known for its fine dining, designer stores and upmarket boutiques, making it one of the top luxury travel destinations to explore.

Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore
Located in the heart of Marina Bay, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is renowned for panoramic views from its spacious guestrooms together with award-winning hospitality synonymous with The Ritz-Carlton brand.  The hotel houses one of the largest contemporary art collections in Southeast Asia, 90% of the 4,200 art pieces were specially commissioned for the hotel, while approximately 350 of them are museum-quality art pieces.

COMO Uma Ubud
Sun-filled villas with private, plant-rimmed pools make you feel like you're in the heart of nature. But you're also in a town, in Ubud, which is Bali's arts and culture hub. That vitality gives this intimate resort its authentic, easy going soul, with numerous activities, including hikes from the front door. 

Conrad Bali
Inspired by the "Island of the Gods" beauty and hospitality, Conrad Bali offers the ultimate tropical beach resort experience on the beautiful coast of Nusa Dua. The resort offers rooms amid lush gardens and meandering pools, spread across a vast area offering the opportunity to relax and enjoy the natural surroundings.

Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore

In addition to the wide selection of dining venues around Singapore and the Marina Bay district, the Ritz-Carlton Millenia offers signature restaurants including Colony taking diners on a culinary journey through Singapore’s heritage cuisines, and the Michelin star Summer Pavilion for its authentic Cantonese cuisine. With a narrative of cocktails devoted to the 1960s, Republic ranks amongst one of Asia's 50 Best Bars.

COMO Uma Ubud

Within the COMO Uma Ubud you'll find menus at Kemiri combining local produce with the techniques of classic Indonesian cuisine. There is a choice of a la carte and set menus, plus signature healthy COMO Shambala dishes on offer.  Uma Cucina is an Italian inspired restaurant and lounge bar which has an informal atmosphere with outdoor terraces and at the heart of the space is a large communal dining table. There is a homely kitchen spirit in its approach with an emphasis on fresh, locally sourced ingredients to create specialities such as seafood, slow-cooked meats, handmade pastas, wood-fired pizzas & breads.  Just a 30-minute walk, or complimentary shuttle, is Ubud Town offering a broad selection of alternative venues to suit every taste.

Conrad Bali

Eight Degrees South, the hotels signature restaurant, will bring fresh seafood and Mediterranean inspired pizza selections.  Meanwhile, a visit to Suku Restaurant is worth considering for a fusion of Balinese, Indonesian and Asian cuisine accompanied in the evenings with live Balinese dance performances.  Alternatively, for some authentic Japanese cuisine with a contemporary twist, RIN is worth a look.

Day One
Travelling from London Heathrow, you'll board your Emirates flight to Singapore, via Dubai

Day Two
Upon arrival in Singapore you'll be met by your private transfer for the journey into the Marina Bay area of the city.  You'll be staying the next 2 nights at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia in a Deluxe Kallang Room with breakfast included.

Day Three
Today is an opportunity to explore the city and enjoy all the attractions.  Being in the Marina Bay area you'll have very easy access to the Integrated Resort, Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore Flyer and much more.  Raffles is also nearby, the home of the Singapore Sling cocktail.

Day Four
A private transfer will take you back to the airport for your onward flight to Bali.  On arrival here another private transfer will provide a scenic journey inland to the town of Ubud.  You'll be staying at the COMO Uma Ubud for 3 nights using an Ubud Room with breakfast included.

Days Five to Six
There are a whole host of activities on offer while you're in Bali, many of them centred around this part of the island so take the opportunity to see as much as you can - there will be plenty of time for relaxing on the beach later.  Perhaps you can explore the central areas of the island in a VW Convertible, or take an in depth look at the temples on the island including Bali's 'Mother Temple', Besakih.  For something rather different, try an authentic Balinese water blessing and purification.

Day Seven
Today your private transfer will pick you up and take you to your beach resort.  You'll be heading to the Nusa Dua coast in the south of the island and stay at the Conrad Bali for 7 nights in a Deluxe Room, Garden View, once again with breakfast included.

Days Eight to Thirteen
Whilst this part of the adventure will undoubtedly be focussed on relaxation with time spent on the beach, around the pool or being pampered in the spa, there are still plenty of activities on offer should you get restless.  In particular, the Uluwatu Temple is one of the main attractions in the south of the island and can be coupled with a dining experience in a cave.

Day Fourteen
Today we bid farewell to this wonderful island and head back to the airport in your private transfer for the journey home.  You'll be flying with Emirates again back to London Heathrow, via Dubai.

Beauties of Karangasem
Encounter the essence of East Bali on this fascinating Karangasem full day tour. Discover fairy tale landscapes, from lush rice terraces to soaring volcanic mountains. Get in touch with Bali’s spiritual side at Besakih temple and explore rural villages for a chance to connect with the island’s rich culture.

Exploring Central Bali by VW Convertible
Be captivated by Bali’s endless mystique with a full day tour by VW convertible. Cross small villages and incredible landscapes, stopping for pictures and to discover the island's’ culture, flora and fauna. Explore sacred temples, mingle with locals in the market and enjoy great views at every turn. 

Temple and Terraces
Be enchanted by Bali’s iconic temples and stunning rice terraces. Gaze upon the incredible rock carvings at sacred Pura Gunung Kawi and soak in the holy pools of Titra Empul. Then take a hike through verdant rice terraces, appreciating Bali’s abundant natural beauty.

Balinese Water Blessing and Purification
A unique spiritual experience with Balinese water blessing while exploring the beautiful natural hidden canyon and waterfall in a rural Ubud area.  Beji Griya Waterfall is the Beji or bathing place of the village of Mambal. This bathing area is where they perform the Balinese ritual of Melukat (bathing with holy water). Wearing a Balinese traditional outfit, you will begin the Melukat process with a prayer at the Taman Beji Temple before walking down to Pingit Cave, situated under a hidden canyon cliff. After completing all the processes here, the spiritual journey continues to the Beji Griya Waterfall, the water splash is as high as 15 meters, and it is the perfect place to loudly scream out all the negative aura within you.  Back at the main temple you will receive your final blessing from the priest and to express your gratitude once again to the Gods.

Uluwatu Temple and Cave Dining Experience
Discover the beauty of Bali's ancient culture and natural wonders with a visit to Uluwatu Temple.  Located on a cliff-top overlooking the Indian Ocean, Uluwatu Temple offers breathtaking views and a unique spiritual experience.  After exploring Uluwatu Temple, indulge in a culinary adventure with dinner inside a cave restaurant. Enjoy a delicious meal while surrounded by the stunning natural rock formations of the cave. With its unique ambiance and delicious cuisine, this dining experience is sure to be a highlight of your trip to Bali.

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Location

The Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore is located just steps from attractions that include the Integrated Resort, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Flyer and Esplanade – Theatres by the Bay.

The COMO Uma Ubud (shown on the map) is located in Ubud in Bali, a 30-minute walk from Ubud town centre and a 90-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar. The hotel offers a regular shuttle bus to the town.

Situated in Tanjung Benoa, the Conrad Bali is on the coast of Nusa Dua in the south of the island. Denpasar’s International Airport is around 6 miles away.