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Chinese New Year Special ! Balinese Pleasures
Tour Code: STS-ID-001 Price per person from: From RMB 10,350
Departure Date: Daily Click for Price Details

A visit to Bali means that you are in the most visitor-friendly island of Indonesia. There are pleasures of the body, whether a massage on the beach or a hedonistic interlude in a sybaritic spa. Shopping that will put ‘extra bag’ at the top of your list. Food and drink ranging from the freshest local cuisine bursting with the flavours of the markets to food from around the globe, often prepared by chefs and served in restaurants that are world class. From a cold Bintang at sunset to an epic night clubbing in Kuta, your social whirl is limited only by your own fortitude.

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the beach


the temple


Rice Terrace

Tour Dates Destinations Today's Activities Meals Include

Winter Special! Balinese Pleasures
Departure: Daily


Flight schedule- Fly with Singaport Airlines
Date  Flight No.  Dept. City/ Time   Arrival City / Time   Duration
Day01  SQ803   Beijing/0845     Singapore/1500    6 hr 15 mins
     SQ946   Singapore /1640    Bali / 1910      2 hr 30 mins
Day08  SQ943   Bali /1305      Singapore / 1535   2 hr 30 mins
     SQ810   Singapoer /1655    Beijing/2300     6 hr 15 mins

Itinerary Outline-
Day01 Beijing - Bali (Via Singapore)

Depart Beijing for Bali, upon arrival, you will be met at the airport, and transfer to the hotel by private car.
Overnight at Bali

A visit to Bali means that you are in the most visitor-friendly island of Indonesia. There are pleasures of the body, whether a massage on the beach or a hedonistic interlude in a sybaritic spa. Shopping that will put ‘extra bag’ at the top of your list. Food and drink ranging from the freshest local cuisine bursting with the flavours of the markets to food from around the globe, often prepared by chefs and served in restaurants that are world class. From a cold Bintang at sunset to an epic night clubbing in Kuta, your social whirl is limited only by your own fortitude.

Day02- Day07  Bali (B)
Free at leisure. Overnight in Bali.
Bali may be small in size – you can drive around the entire coast in one long day – but its prominence as a destination is huge, and rightfully so. Ask travellers what Bali means to them and you’ll get as many answers as there are flowers on a frangipani tree. Virescent rice terraces, pulse-pounding surf, enchanting temple ceremonies, mesmerising dance performances and ribbons of beaches are just some of the images people cherish.

Small obviously doesn’t mean limited. The manic whirl of Kuta segues into the luxury of Seminyak. The artistic swirl of Ubud is a counterpoint to misty treks amid the volcanoes. Mellow beach towns like Amed, Lovina and Pemuteran can be found right round the coast and just offshore is the laid-back idyll of Nusa Lembongan.

Day08   Bali - Beijing (Via Singapore)   (B)
Free and relax, till transfer to the airport by private car, take the flight depart for Beijing.


Hotel List & Package rate-


Category Hotel Name Room Type Adult Twin Adult Extra Bed Child Extra Bed Child Sharing Existing Bed
Standard Jayakarta Beach Resort Deluxe Room 10,350 10,000 8,130 6,830
The Oasis Beach benoa Hotel Superior Room 10,760 N/A N/A 6,830
First Class Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel Superior Room 10,760 10,060 8,190 6,930
Ramada Resort Benoa Superior Garden View 10,710 10,080 8,210 6,930
La Taverna Hotel Sanur  Garden Superior Room 10,600 10,180 8,310 6,930
Superior Melia Benoa Hotel  Premium Room 11,470 10,440 8,570 7,030
Sanur Beach Hotel  Deluxe Garden View 11,650 10,180 8,310 7,030
Mercure Kuta Hotel Standard Room 11,140 N/A N/A 7,030
Santika Premiere Beach Hotel Deluxe Room 12,110 10,300 8,430 7,030
Novotel Benoa Hotel Deluxe Room 11,490 10,380 8,510 7,030
Deluxe Westin Nusa Dua  Class Garden View 12,920 N/A N/A 7,130
Grand Mirage Resort Hotel Deluxe Garden View 11,930 10,940 9,070 7,130
Melia Bali Villas &Spa Hotel Deluxe Room 12,730 11,060 9,190 7,130
Nusa Dua Beach Hotel Deluxe Room 12,340 N/A N/A 7,130

  Price Inclusions and Exclusions

Inclusive feature:
· Roundtrip economy class air tickets.
· 7 nights h
otel accommodation in Bali, based on twin sharing /room tpye mentioned above
· Daily hotel full breakfast
· Return airport transfers by private vehicle in Bali.
· All hotel government tax and service charges


· Air tax- approx RMB2,250 per adult, RMB2,160 per child
· Alcoholic drinks & drinks at mealtime + Optional visits + Personal expenses (e.g.Telephone, laundry)
· Personal expenses
· Tips for guide, driver, boat crew & hotels' porters
· Meals other than those mentioned above
· Other services not clearly indicated in the Package Inclusion above

Grand Mirage Resort Hotel
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Grand Mirage Resort Hotel Surrounded by lush tropical gardens, and overlooking the sand beach and crystal clear water, Grand Mirage Resort provides guests with a refreshing stay. Located at the tip of Nusa Dua beach, the resort prjects an off the beaten track atmosphere. Not too far from the resort are the famous cliffs of Uluwatu. A short drive away and is the shopping mecca of Kuta. Further a field there is volcanoes, rivers, wildlife, and a thousand other places of interest, not to mention temple ceremonies. The Grand Mirage Resort offers activities, entertainment and sport without formality, in an exotic tropical setting with an almost unlimited choice of leisure activities.
Melia Bali Villas &Spa Hotel
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Melia Bali Villas &Spa Hotel Melia Bali Resort located at Nusa Dua enclave on Bali’s southern peninsula, and is only a 15 minute drive away from Ngurah Rai International Airport. The rooms and villas are styled in contemporary luxury and the jewel tones set a relaxing ambience. For the business traveler the resort provides a relaxing atmosphere to conduct meetings at one of the several banquet rooms. The resort provides superior recreational and leisure facilities including poolside bar, sauna, snooker/billiards, squash courts and whirlpool.
Nusa Dua Beach Hotel
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Nusa Dua Beach Hotel Located minutes from the international airport the five star Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa has been host to royalty and world celebrities. A wide range of cultural, recreational, water, and children activities are present in the resort. 5 minutes away from the resort is the Bali Collections Lifestyle and Entertainment-shopping and restaurant complex- and adjacent to that is the award winning 18-hole Bali Golf and Country Club overlooking the Indian Ocean to the south and Mt. Agung to the north. Nusa Dua Beach Hotel and Spa is only a short distance away from the nighlife and shopping spots of Kuta beach and Legian street.
Intercontinental Jimbaran Resort
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Intercontinental Jimbaran Resort Privately tucked away in the exclusive Jimbaran Bay, this property nestles amidst 14 hectares of tropical garden. Bounded with pristine white sandy beaches, this resort is beautifully designed and boasts ornamental ponds, winding lagoon and aesthetic stonework. Keeping in mind the natural surroundings, InterContinental Bali Resort offers 418 rooms that are a perfect blend of Balinese architectural design and modern day furnishings. Whilst playing up a stylish look, InterContinental Bali Resort also makes conspicuous Balinese culture, fine artistry and Hindu heritage in its interior designs. InterContinental Bali Resort has a charming and mystical appeal making it ideal for honeymooners, families and business travelers alike.


Get around

Bali is a fairly large island and you will need a method to get around if you plan on exploring more than the hotel pool. The traffic is chaotic and there are daily jams in Denpasar Kuta and other major tourist centres.

For different excursions around the island, it is common to join a tour via your hotel or at one of the many street agencies which are found everywhere in booths normally marked "Tourist Information".

Once you arrive at your destination you may encounter difficult walking conditions as sidewalks in most parts of Bali are simply the covered tops of storm-water drains and in many places only 2 ft wide. This makes for uncomfortable single-file walking next to traffic. Often sidewalks are blocked by a motorbike or a caved-in section, necessitating dangerous darting into traffic. Many of the island's conventional streets are simply not pedestrian-friendly. Beach areas and major tourist areas are easier to walk around and Sanur in particular has a wide beachfront pathway with many cafes and bars.

By bus

The Perama bus company serves the budget traveller well in Bali and beyond, and they have offices in several major tourist destinations on the island.

There are other scheduled shuttle buses between many of Bali's most popular destinations, and these are cheap and reliable. Check locally advertised services (you cannot miss them) and book one day in advance.

By taxi

Metered taxis are very common in southern Bali as far north as Denpasar but few and far between elsewhere. The starting flagfall charge is Rp 5,000 for the first two kilometres and the meter ticks up Rp 5,000 per kilometre after that. Waiting time is charged at Rp 20,000 per hour. Trips outside southern Bali will incur an extra charge of 30%, as the driver has to go back empty. By far the largest and most reliable taxi company is Bali Taksi/Blue Bird; they have a telephone call service (+62 361 701111) for both instant taxis and for advance bookings. If you are hailing a taxi on the street, Bali Taksi cars are always sky blue with a white top light. The cars are modern and the drivers well-informed with a decent level of English-language ability. If day-tripping, it is often cheaper and more convenient to arrange for your taxi to wait and take you back.

By bemo

Bemos are minivans which serve as a flexible bus service and are Bali's "traditional" form of transportation. They have, though, largely given way to metered taxis in the south. Fares on shared bemos can be very cheap, but drivers will often insist that foreign tourists charter the entire vehicle, in which case they will usually ask for a price equivalent to a taxi or even more.

By self-drive car or motorbike

Driving in Bali is on the left-hand side. Car and motorbike rentals are widely available but you should think very carefully about your ability to handle driving in Bali with its lack of formal traffic rules. Consider hiring a car and driver as you can relax, be safe and not get lost. If you rent a car to drive yourself, a modern four door Toyota Avanza or Daihatsu Xenia should cost Rp 150,000 to 170,000 per day. If on a tighter budget, you should be able to get an old, rough Suzuki Jimny from about Rp 90,000 to 110,000 per day.

Renting motorcycles or scooters can be a frightening yet fascinating experience. They are typically 125cc, some with automatic transmissions, and rent for between Rp 50,000 and 100,000 per day. In areas outside of the tourist enclaves of south Bali, a motorbike is a wonderful way to see the island, but in south Bali, with its crush of traffic, the chances of an accident are greatly increased. Bali is no place to learn to ride a motorbike.

A word of warning when renting motorbikes. A sizeable number of travellers seem to leave their brains at home when visiting Bali and think it is acceptable to ride a motorbike through extremely busy streets in a foreign land without wearing a helmet. Obviously, it is not. You are both showing a great deal of arrogance as a guest in foreign country by thinking you are above the law of that country, and putting yourself at risk. When you rent a motorbike you will be given a helmet, so wear it.

An International Driving Permit (IDP) is required for vehicle rental, with a motorcycle endorsement if renting a motorbike. The IDP is seldom requested by the person renting you the vehicle but will be required (along with the vehicle's registration papers) if stopped by the police (typically a Rp 50,000 "fine" will allow you to keep driving). An IDP is easily available from motoring clubs in your home country (e.g., AAA and the American Automobile Touring Alliance in the United States provides them for around US$15) and it is valid for one year.

By rental car with a driver

Rental car services owned by individuals or companies are easy to find in Bali and this is the best option for first time visitors. Using a rental car with a driver is certainly cheaper than taxis and far more efficient than using other public transportation. The drivers are usually English-speaking and they can also act as informal tourist guides recommending good destinations and restaurants. Choosing to rent from a large car company is naturally more expensive than sourcing from a private individual. Ask hotel staff to recommend a good individually owned rental car with a knowledgeable driver.

Price varies between Rp 300,000 to 600,000 per day (usually defined as 10 hours) depending on your negotiation skills and the class/age of the car. Make sure the price includes petrol and driver for the day. Petrol costs, after the removal of some government subsidies in recent years, have escalated dramatically (although still very cheap by international standards) and the distance travelled is a factor if you have not fixed a daily price. Entrance tickets to tourist destinations and any parking fees will be charged to you and it is good form to buy lunch for your driver. For those on a tight schedule, visiting most of the major tourist destinations in Bali will need about 3 days with a rental car and driver.

By bicycle

Travel by bicycle is quite possible and provides a very different experience than other means of transport. You should bring your own touring bike, or buy locally—there is at least one well stocked bike shop in Denpasar, but with a racing/mountain bike focus. Bicycles are also widely available for rent and some of the better hotels will even provide them free of charge. While traffic conditions may appear challenging at first, you will acclimatise after a few days, especially once you escape the chaotic heavy traffic of southern Bali.



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