Discover the basics and find out how diverse Asia is with this glimpse into the wonderful destinations of Hong Kong and Bali. Wander around Hong Kong’s dazzling skyscrapers and shop ‘till you drop before exploring the rich cultural heritage and world-class beaches of Bali.
7 Days - 6 Nights
2 - 70 Age
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Day 1 : Welcome to Hong Kong

Welcome to Hong Kong, a global and economic powerhouse as well as a special administrative region of China. Due to its history in South China as well as its colonization by the British, Hong Kong retains a unique and quirky identity all its own. Upon arrival to Hong Kong Airport, our representative will transfer you to your boutique hotel for refreshment. Your afternoon visit of the city takes you for a ride on the iconic Star Ferry, across Victoria Harbor to Kowloon to see Wong Tai Sin Temple, home to three leading Chinese religions, Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. Afterwards, wander along Temple Street, and perhaps hear predictions about your future from the many fortune tellers in the area. Traditional pawn shops hidden away in old buildings can still be found amongst the skyscrapers and shopping centers in Sham Shui Po before discovering the delicious street food and night markets in Mong Kok. Return to your hotel in the early evening for some much needed rest and relaxation.

Day 2 : A glance of Hong Kong in a full-day city tour

Start your morning right with a tram-ride to arguably the best city view in the world, Victoria Peak. Take in the views overlooking the Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbor and Kowloon and walk around the peak to enjoy Hong Kong’s natural scenery before enjoying lunch with a panoramic view. Once lunch is finished, take a 30-minute ride to Hong Kong’s jungle terrain in the New Territories. Upon arrival in Sha Tin, visit the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery. Climb the 431 steps to the top and be greeted by a 9-storey red and gold pagoda containing 13,000 gold and black Buddhas. Return to Hong Kong in the early afternoon to visit the Hong Kong Cultural Museum to see the evolution of Hong Kong from small fishing villages to the modern, economic powerhouse it is today. Once the visit is finished, hop on the Ding Ding Tram, grabbing a seat on the second level, and have a look around at the never-ending skyscrapers and pedestrians in Causeway Bay. The rest of the evening is free for your leisure to explore Hong Kong’s Time Square and multitude of shopping centers, and of course, the Avenue of the Stars. Grab a bite to eat and sip a cocktail in the ubiquitous nightlife areas of Lan Kwai Fong and Soho. The city is very safe and has an abundance of public and private transportation options to help you get back to your hotel safely.

Day 3 : Say hello to Nusa Dua

On your last day in Hong Kong, visit the Hong Kong Cultural Museum to see the evolution of Hong Kong from small fishing villages to the modern, economic powerhouse it is today. After the visit, return to Hong Kong International Airport for your flight to Bali, the island of the gods. Upon arrival to Denpasar International Airport, our representative will greet and transfer you to your hotel in Bali’s all-inclusive, luxurious Nusa Dua.

Day 4 : A day at leisure in Nusa Dua

Try some fabulous Balinese breakfast foods this morning before enjoying a free day in Nusa Dua. Beach lovers can enjoy the lovely Pandawa or Nusa Dua Beaches while ocean lovers can join surfing and snorkeling activities in the colorful, healthy reefs located near the shore. Culture lovers can visit Geger Temple, a beautiful Sea temple perched atop a high cliff, for an out-of-this-world panoramic view and Puja Mandala, a religious complex holding a Buddhist and Hindu temples, Catholic and Protestant churches, and an Islamic mosque. In the evening, journey through Indonesia during a 90-minute Devdan Performance which utilizes dance and acrobatics to reflect the diverse cultures of the Indonesian archipelago.

Day 5 : A day at leisure in Nusa Dua

Your day is free to discover the area’s incredible beaches and cultural attractions. Nusa Dua is home to world-class beaches, shopping centers, and a glamorous 18-hole golf course. For those interested in art and history, visit Museum Pasifika. Inside there are eleven display rooms holding work from over 200 artists and 25 countries. The most notable pieces of art are done by acclaimed Balinese artist Nyoman Gunarsa and Javanese painter Raden Saleh.

Day 6 : A day at leisure in Jimbaran

Today is free to explore the areas of Jimbaran and Uluwatu. This laid-back area is the perfect place to spend your last day in Bali trying world-class spas and soaking up the atmosphere. Discover gorgeous Dreamland and Bingin Beach or watch the professional surfers catch waves at Balangan and Suluban Beach.