Hong Kong & Bali
Hong Kong & Bali Multi Centre Holiday
Hong Kong & Bali Multi Centre Holiday
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Rest and relaxation in Bali is the perfect way to follow the mile-a-minute lifestyle of slick Hong Kong. Hong Kong's iconic skyline reflects the city-state's vast wealth and soaring ambitions. Contrast city life with a laid-back visit to Bali, where world class surfing and pristine beaches are just two of the island's jewels.
From up on Victoria Peak, breathtaking views of sprawling Victoria Harbour and that instantly recognisable skyline demonstrates just how impressive Hong Kong truly is. Luxury malls gleam alongside their ancient marketplace counterparts, offering locals and visitors alike a huge range of shopping experiences. Hong Kong's nightlife scene is thriving, with hundreds of restaurants, bars and clubs providing a wealth of after-dark activities. Bali couldn't be more different. A heart of green-topped mountains and eye-catching rice terraces is bordered by a generous helping of beaches of all shapes and sizes. Colourful Hinduism gives the island a wonderful spirituality, with shrines and temples liberally sprinkled along the roadsides.
Duration: 12 nights
3 nights in Hong Kong
9 nights in Bali
Departure airport: London Heathrow
Board basis: Bed & breakfast
Airline: Cathay Pacific
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"Eaton, Hong Kong, is a four-star superior hotel located at the heart of Kowloon peninsula. …"
"The Melia Bali is a unique sanctuary of exotic beauty and comfort for those who seek a dream vacation. …"
"Among 5-star Hong Kong hotels, Cordis Hong Kong at Langham Place is unique… …"
"Mulia Resort is located on a stunning 1 kilometre stretch of pristine white sandy beach …"
"Internationally acclaimed as one of the world’s top hotels for business and leisure, InterContinental Hong Kong has always been prized …"
"A beachside haven that offers a complete Balinese experience, filled with serenity, hospitality and tropical beauty …"
The climate of Hong Kong is sub-tropical, with temperatures reaching above 30°C in summer but dropping below 10°C in winter. The coolest months are mid-December through February, when conditions are mainly cloudy and cold but dry. During the months of March through May temperatures and rainfall increase dramatically, and there is little sunshine. The months of June to mid-September see the highest temperatures and rainfall, so conditions are incredibly humid. Perhaps the best time to visit would be in autumn, between mid-September and December, when temperatures are moderate, skies are clear and the sun shines. Given Bali's proximity to the equator, the island's weather is reliably hot and sunny. There are two distinct seasons: the dry season lasts between May and September and the wet season runs from October to April. Even in the wet season it is likely to be sunny for a good part of the day, and the rainfall is never too high. The best time to visit Bali is between May and September, when temperatures are hot and the days are at their longest.
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