Kuala Lumpur & Bali
Malaysia & Bali Multi-Centre Holiday
Malaysia & Bali Multi-Centre Holiday
"Shop, drink and dine in cosmopolitan Kuala Lumpur before heading to Bali for a blissful beach break."
The stunning Malaysian capital blends modern skyscrapers with handsome colonial architecture. Bali is the perfect way to wind down, its lush green centre boasting some spectacular scenery.
The modern metropolis of Kuala Lumpur is varied and multicultural, as citizens are able to pursue the religion of their choice. The city's rich diversity is reflected in an incredible food scene, as cuisines from many ethnicities and cultures come together. You may sample spicy street food from a hawker stall by day before sitting down to a high-end meal that evening - it truly is a food lover's city. Indonesian island Bali is a Hindu society, with colourful shrines and temples scattered all over the land. Bali is blessed with a bounty of beaches, fringed by pretty swaying palms.
Duration: 14 nights
3 nights in Kuala Lumpur
6 nights on the beach in Bali
4 nights in Ubud
Departure airport: London Heathrow
Board basis: Bed & breakfast
Airline: Malaysia Airlines
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"The Hotel Istana is strategically located within Kuala Lumpur's main Golden Triangle business and commercial centre. …"
"The Melia Bali is a unique sanctuary of exotic beauty and comfort for those who seek a dream vacation. …"
"Alila Ubud hotel is a tranquil and secluded hillside retreat that sits high up on the edge of the rich …"
"The Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur is a hidden paradise in the heart of a metropolis. …"
"There is no better place to experience authentic Balinese heritage and culture on this island of the Gods than the iconic …"
"Uma by COMO immerses you in the culture of Bali whilst providing the height of luxury, all amongst the paddy …"
"Enjoy impressive views, fabulous facilities and outstanding comfort at Kuala Lumpur’s most luxurious hotel. …"
"The Samaya offers a unique delivery of Balinese hospitality coupled with a spectacular beachfront location. …"
"The spacious villas located in the Ayung valley are the ideal place to relax in a tropical paradise. …"
Kuala Lumpur has an equatorial climate defined by hot year round temperatures and abundant rainfall. The Titiwangsa Mountains in the west and the mountainous Indonesian island of Sumatra to the east offer protection to the city and influence its climate. The southwest monsoon rain hits KL between September and April but rainfall is not too high throughout the season. The best time to visit KL is between June and August, when the weather is driest. 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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