Singapore and Bali Multi Centre Holiday

Combine an action packed city break in the ultra modern city of Singapore with beachside bliss and luxury on the idyllic island of Bali for a dream holiday to Southeast Asia. Our multi-centre Singapore and Bali holiday allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds. 

Singapore makes for an ideal stopover to break up a journey to Bali, with flight transfers taking just two and a half hours. The destinations complement each other perfectly as the bustling metropolis of Singapore contrasts with the verdant landscapes and dreamy beaches of Bali.

Singapore is one of the most modern cities in the world. It features gleaming clean streets, cutting edge architecture and the nearby Sentosa Island Resort. Here you’ll find the Universal Studios theme park, along with plenty of beaches, restaurants, shops and more.

After a busy few days exploring Singapore, where better to indulge in calm and relaxation than the famous Indonesian island of Bali? Away from the postcard perfect beaches, there’s plenty more to do in Bali. Try your hand at surfing in the laid back region of Canggu, dance at beach clubs in the trendy area of Seminyak or connect with mother nature in the sprawling rice paddy fields of Ubud. 

Whatever style of holiday you’re seeking, Bali can deliver with it’s diverse and exciting regions. With regular flights from Singapore, visiting both unique destinations is easy and straightforward.


11 days

Guide Price

 €2,529  pp
Best time to go
April to September
Start your journey
Marina Bay View Singapore

Trip highlights

  • Explore Southeast Asia’s most modern city of Singapore
  • Admire the temples and rice paddy fields in Ubud, Bali’s cultural heart
  • Shop to your heart’s content on Singapore’s Orchard Road
  • Relax on the pristine sandy shores at your beachfront hotel in Bali
a group of palm trees on a sunny day

Start your Southeast Asia multi-centre holiday in the region’s bustling metropolis of Singapore. We recommend spending at least three nights in this action packed city state, as there’s so much to do and explore.

Singapore is a shopper’s haven, and the malls of Orchard Road will keep any visitor occupied for hours with big name brands and stores. For more unique and local gifts, head to the quaint districts of Little India and Chinatown. Here you’ll discover shops on side streets selling the likes of embroidered saris and colourful spices.

On a clear, pleasant day, hop on to the Singapore Flyer, which is the world’s biggest observation wheel. High up in the sky, you can admire stretching views of Singapore’s Marina Bay and beyond.

A visit to Singapore isn’t complete without a trip to the Marina Bay Sands to watch the enchanting Spectra A Light and Water Show. Here you can watch in wonder as a beautiful light and water spectacle demonstrates how Singapore has become the cosmopolitan wonderland that it’s known as today.

a small boat in a body of water with Bali in the background

Bali is a dream destination for many, and there’s a good reason why. Bali is a versatile island, home to lots of different areas with their own personalities and atmospheres.

Whether you’d like to spend your Bali holiday relaxing on dreamy beaches with a cocktail, or you love nothing more than trying out a new activity like surfing, Bali will cater to your needs. Spend at least a week here to make the most of your time on this diverse and beautiful island.

We recommend a trip to the cultural heart of the island, Ubud. Home to green rice paddy fields, buzzy arts and crafts communities and the famous sacred monkey forest, you’ll feel at one with nature in this lush and spiritual zone.

Alternatively, hop on a boat to the Gili Islands for an ultimate island getaway. There are three islands, each with a different vibe - Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno Gili and Air. So, whether you’re dreaming of all night parties or secluded and silent beaches, there’ll be an island perfect for your tastes.