Hong Kong and Bali Multi Centre

The vibrant city of Hong Kong is the perfect destination to combine with the idyllic island of Bali. And for Rugby Fans this is your opportunity to watch one of the most exciting events on the Rugby calendar - Cathay Pacific / HSBC Hong Kong Sevens. If you would like to extend your stay and see more of the city, enjoy the bustling street markets or the upmarket malls of Hong Kong. Hong Kong is home to a number of attractions, offering something for everyone.

After a busy few days, take a short flight to Bali where you can relax after all the excitement of the games. The island offers a variety of different beach resorts, from the luxurious gated development of Nusa Dua, to the traditional Sanur where small hotels are scattered along the sandy shores. Head inland to Ubud and you will discover lush rice terraces, ancient temples and thriving arts and crafts communities. Bali is the ultimate place to relax and unwind and with regular connections from Hong Kong it's really easy to combine city and beach in one holiday.

Duration
11 days
Options
Private basis, Self-Guided
Start your journey

Trip highlights

  • Enjoy some retail therapy in Hong Kong's markets and malls
  • Relax on the beach in Bali

Start your adventure in Hong Kong, a vibrant metropolis where East meets West and ancient meets modern, we recommend spending a minimum of three nights here to really get to know Hong Kong. Take a ride on the Peak Tram funicular railway, watching Hong Kong Island's skyscrapers pass by your window as you climb to The Peak. At the top enjoy the stunning views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. With over 10,000 restaurants to choose from Hong Kong is a food lovers paradise. A trip to Hong Kong is not complete without at least a little bit of shopping, from street markets to high end shopping centres, you are sure to find something. A holiday to Hong Kong will leave you with unique and unforgettable experiences.

A peaceful and romantic tropical island, Bali is the dream location for relaxing beach days, delicious Indonesian cuisine and fascinating culture. It would be easy to spend a week lazing on the beaches, exploring the local shops and restaurants or indulging in a spa treatment or two, but there is so much more to this dream destination. Head north to Ubud, the cultural heart of the island and discover thriving arts and crafts communities, the sacred monkey forest and lush rice terraces.