• a view of Victoria Peak skyline with a mountain in the background

Hong Kong and Bali Multi Centre Holiday

Explore the lively city of Hong Kong and unwind on Bali’s pristine beaches for a mulit-centre holiday that combines both busy sightseeing and ultimate relaxation. Flights between the two destinations take just four hours and 45 minutes, so you don’t need to spend too long transferring between countries for your dream holiday.

In Hong Kong, you’ll be dazzled by the bright lights as you explore the many attractions the city has to offer. Amble the busy street markets and browse the glitzy upmarket malls for a dream shopping experience. Gastronomes are in for a treat too, as Hong Kong is packed full of quality restaurants dishing up both local cuisine and food from other countries too.

After a jam packed few days, where better to relax than on the famous shores of Bali? The island is full of many different beach resorts and hotels, from luxurious gated properties to small and traditional hotels if you’re looking for a more authentic experience.

We recommend heading inland to the green and beautiful Ubud, which is home to sprawling rice terraces, exquisite temples and plenty of cultural shows and activities. Yoga is also very popular in Ubud, and you can practise surrounded by stunning natural beauty to help you connect deeper with nature.

 

Duration
11 days

Guide Price

 £1,799  pp
Options
Private basis, Self-Guided
Start your journey
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Trip highlights

  • Go shopping in Hong Kong’s bustling markets and malls
  • Roam the verdant green rice paddy fields in Bali’s cultural heart, Ubud
  • Admire panoramic vistas of Hong Kong city from The Peak viewing spot, accessible by tram
  • Relax on Bali’s world famous tropical beaches
a large body of water with a city in the background

Begin your trip in the bright and vibrant city of Hong Kong in China. Here East fuses with West, and old traditions blend with contemporary touches.

Spend a couple of days exploring and getting to know the city in depth – we recommend a minimum of three nights.

There’s plenty to do in Hong Kong and you’ll find your days and nights become busy very quickly. A highlight includes a scenic ride on the Peak Tram funicular railway where you’ll observe the looming skyscrapers of the city darting past your window as you make your ascent to The Peak. From The Peak, you can marvel at the glorious vistas before you featuring Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island, and Kowloon.

In the city, Hong Kong is a foodie’s dream come true. There are over 10,000 restaurants to fill your stomachs, so prepare for a feast. Don’t leave this vibrant city without a trip to the shops either. Hong Kong is packed full of many shopping malls and street markets, so you’re bound to find a souvenir or two to take home.

Bali Aerial Beach View

After a busy few days exploring Hong Kong, head to the Indonesian island of Bali. Peaceful, romantic, and cultural, Bali is the ultimate destination for relaxing.

Discover the array of beaches that fringe the island, indulge in delicious Indonesian cuisine, and pick up souvenirs and gifts at one of the many local street markets.

In the heart of the island lies Ubud, the cultural centre of Bali. Here you can learn of the budding arts and crafts communities, roam the lush green rice paddy fields and brave the sacred monkey forest. Just be careful not to bring in any food to the latter, otherwise, you may become a victim of theft.

Ubud is also a prime spot for yoga, so if you enjoy the practise, you’re in for a treat. Classes are often set in beautiful surroundings overlooking lakes and rice terraces, so you can connect with nature during your classes.