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Singapore Bali are among the most sought-after holiday destinations in the world. Bali is famous for its picturesque beaches and rich culture and heritage. Tourists and travelers refer to Bali as the island paradise. Bali, with its delicious food, amazing hotels, natural beauty, and sunsets so beautiful that they seem unreal, mesmerizes anyone visiting the island. Moreover, it’s not just beautiful, it’s extremely affordable as well with the right Singapore Bali packages.
Although it’s a small place, Bali has something to offer for everyone. Honeymooners flock to the dreamy Nusa Lembongan. Families prefer to hang around Seminyak, and adventure seekers will conquer Nusa Penida. Whether it is tropical forests you want, or waterfalls, monkeys, shopping, snorkeling with manta rays, Bali is your travel destination.
On the other hand, Singapore is highly-developed and has all the modern entertainment and fun options one could ever imagine. With its culinary delights, culture, history, and architecture, Singapore is fast becoming the hit-list destination in Asia. In addition, it is constantly reinventing and evolving itself with its people who are passionate to bring forward and create new possibilities. There are intriguing places in the city and beyond, that you can discover, or try out a new dish in new atmospheres. You can experience the rich tapestry of arts or chase the excitement and thrills. Singapore has lots to offer with endless possibilities and multi sensory experiences.
Singapore Bali Tour Packages
Simply Singapore With Beautiful Bintan
₹ 74,530 Onwards
Singapore With Beautiful Bali
₹ 97,950 Onwards
Simply Singapore and Beautiful Bali with Genting Cruise
₹ 1,19,190 Onwards
Simply Singapore With Beautiful Bali & Cruise
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Tourist Attractions in Bali
Pura Tanah Lot
Pura Tanah Lot is one of the most beautiful temples in Bali. Believed to be about five hundred years old, the temple is set on a rocky islet surrounded by crashing waves. At the base of the temple is a natural source of holy water that provides visitors with a unique spiritual experience.
Although only priests and Bali locals are allowed to visit the top of the Tanah Lot, tourists can walk around the base of the temple and immerse themselves in the magnificent setting. Tourists come from afar to experience the sight of sunset in the breath-taking Indonesian waters. From Tanah Lot, a stroll along the tropical landscaped pathways will lead you to Batu Bolong, another Balinese sea temple built on a rock with an eroded void connecting it to the shore.
Several tourists in Bali visit Mount Batur every day to begin trekking up to the 1700-meter summit to watch the sunrise from the misty mountains and the volcanic caldera far below. The active volcano lies in the central highlands of Bali and is just an hour’s drive away from Ubud. It has long been one of the favorite places to visit among tourists coming to Bali.
Ubud Monkey Forest
Also known as the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, it is a must-see tourist attraction in Ubud. In the evocative forests of dense banyan and nutmeg trees, the grey long-tailed macaques draw most of the crowds. They are everywhere and don’t fear to steal sunglasses, water bottles, or anything that catches their attention.
In addition, tourists can also see the fourteenth century Pura Dalem Agung Padang tegal temple and the Pura Beji temple situated next to a cool stream.
Tegallalang and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
The picturesque rice fields of Tegallalang or Jatiluwih add to the appeal of Bali tourism. You can stroll through the popular trails through the rice fields or enjoy the lush landscape by sitting at one of the restaurants and cafes overlooking the fields.
The Jatiluwih rice terrace covers a vast area of more than 600 hectares along the sides of the Batukaru mountain range and is less crowded than Tegallalang.
Ubud Art and Culture
Ubud is the core of the art and culture of Bali. There are several local museums and galleries that depict the evolution and traditions of Bali. The Agung Rai Museum of Art and the Neka Art Museum both house the traditional and contemporary works, including Kris (ceremonial daggers), classical wayang paintings, photography, etc. Ubud has many other museums as well, such as the Setia Darma House of Masks & Puppets, Don Antonio Blanco Museum, and Museum Puri Lukisan.
Also, don’t miss the Ubud Art Market, where you can shop for arts and crafts like sculptures, carvings, sarongs, paintings, etc. On the opposite side of the market, there is the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace that hosts traditional Balinese dance performances in the evenings.
The Nusa Islands
The Nusa Islands are the perfect places in Bali to witness a slow-paced life without the crowd and traffic. Lying towards the south of Bali, these islands with their white sand beaches, teal water, and seaside cliffs look too beautiful to be real. It takes just thirty-five minutes on a ferry to reach the Nusa Islands.
The Nusa Lembongan is the most popular island among the three. The major attractions here are the Dream Beach, Mushroom Bay, and the Devil’s Tears. The neighboring island, Nusa Ceningan, is connected to the Nusa Lembongan through a bridge. Nusa Penida is the largest of the three islands. You can find many rustic huts or luxury villas to plan your stay here. Some of the top draws of the island are rock formations, caves, and a bird sanctuary.
Chase the waterfalls in Bali
Bali is home to several waterfalls, and you should definitely check out some of them while traveling throughout the island. The Tengenungan waterfall is easily accessible and is close to Ubud. If you are on a tight schedule, you can plan a trip to this waterfall. But it is always crowded.
If you need an offbeat experience, you can visit the following waterfalls.
Aling Aling Waterfall: This consists of four waterfalls, where you can walk, jump, and slide down them.
Sekumpul Waterfall: Consisting of a series of about seven falls, the Sekumpul waterfall is considered as the most beautiful fall of Bali. You can hire a local guide to help you through the three to four-hour round trip trek. It can be quite straining in some parts, but it’s worth the effort to reach the base of the falls and take a refreshing swim.
Banyumala Twin Falls: This waterfall looks stunning if you visit it at the right time of the year
Attractions to Visit in Singapore
Gardens by the Bay
The awe-inspiring Gardens by the Bay is one of the must-see attractions of Singapore. It has many unique features that draw in tourists of all ages and impresses them.
Lying adjacent to the Marina Reservoir, the nature park comprises of three waterfront gardens, which are Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden, and Bay Central Garden. It is also home to the iconic Super trees and two conservatories, Cloud Forest and Flower Dome.
The Cloud Forest is a world in itself. It has a thirty-five-meter-tall mountain covered in tropical vegetation and the world’s tallest indoor waterfall as well. The Flower Dome is the largest glass greenhouse in the world that consists of plants and flowers from all over the world.
The Singapore Zoo offers four options to its visitors to choose from. The first one is the Singapore Zoo that houses more than 2800 animals with 300 species of birds, reptiles, and mammals. The second is the Jurong Birds Park, which hosts 5000 birds representing over 400 species, and finally, the Night and the River Safari. The Night Safari lets you see over a thousand animals in their natural night-time habitat, and the River Safari takes you through the world’s largest collection of freshwater fauna including 40 threatened species and more than 6000 animals.
If you have time, you can visit all of them, or else choose the ones that interest you more.
Universal Studios and Sentosa Island
The movie-themed park, Universal Studios, features an alluring range of attractions, rides, and entertainment for travelers of all ages. In your trip to Universal Studios, you can explore the sets of movies, shows, and attractions based on your favorite blockbuster films and television series. Besides, you can enjoy the indoor coaster ride as well as a number of shows that are performed here.
Although Universal Studios is quite popular, it’s not the only attraction at Sentosa. The entire Sentosa island is dedicated to many fun activities and attractions. Check out the beaches across the coastline of Sentosa. Each beach has its own unique charm – the Siloso Beach is always bustling; playgrounds, parks, and lagoons at the Palawan Beach make it perfect for a wonderful family time; the Tanjong Beach is ideal for a tranquil getaway.
A must-see on Sentosa Island is the Merlion, Singapore’s famous statue of a mythical Merlion with a lion’s head and the body of a fish. The lion’s head represents the original name of Singapore, i.e. Singapura, which means ‘lion city’ in Malay. And the body symbolizes the city’s past when it was a fishing village. You can take an escalator to the top of the statue and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area.
Tourists looking to spend time closer to nature will be fascinated with the island’s rich wealth of flora and fauna. They can also improve their knowledge with a hands-on journey at Sentosa Nature Discovery. The nature trail starts at an interactive gallery, and then, the visitors can go ahead to experience the teeming wildlife and heritage trees native to Singapore and Southeast Asia. Some might also be able to spot the endangered Magpie Robin.
Stepping into the S.E.A. Aquarium will take you into the underwater realm. It is one of the largest ocean ariums in the world, where you can deepen your knowledge and understanding of the aquatic species from the Bay of Bengal, the Straits of Malacca & Andaman Sea and the Great Lakes of East Africa, coral reefs, and marine life of the cold-water habitats. One can also get a thrilling observation of the sharks, including some endangered species like the scalloped hammerhead shark and the silver tip shark.
The Singapore Flyer is a giant observation wheel that offers a magnificent 360-degree view of the city. A spin on the flyer can take you 165 meters above the ground so that you can marvel at the spectacular view below. From the top, you can see the iconic sights of the Merlion Park, Empress Place, the Padang, and the Singapore River. Special flight packages are also available with the Singapore Flyer that gives you a truly unique aerial dining experience with a four-course meal, or cocktails and champagnes.
The Chinatown of Singapore is filled with small mom-and-pop stores and authentic Chinese food. You can also see bright red lanterns and a lot of excitement and hustle on the streets. In Chinatown, you can plan to go to the Chinese Heritage Centre and check out the stunning and impressive Sri Mariamman Hindu temple. The Buddha Tooth Relic temple is worth seeing as well. The morning drum ceremony begins early in the morning, but you can see the closing ceremony in the evening after you have seen the relic.
To help visitors educate and understand the significance of the district, heritage markers in English, Japanese, and simplified Chinese have been installed all over the neighborhood. Chinatown is a testament to the influence that the Chinese had throughout Singapore’s past. It is also home to the Ann Siang Hill area, where you can find quaint bistros and upscale boutiques.
Tourists all over the world visit Bali for its breathtaking natural beauty, while Singapore’s popularity comes from its architectural marvels. Now if you can combine both of these together and take a Singapore and Bali tour package, you can have the perfect family vacation, group travel with your friends or the perfect Singapore Bali honeymoon package. Singapore and Bali can offer you a wonderful aspect of nature as well as peaceful strolls by the beach, architecture, and thrilling water sports.