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Bali is one of the most famous of Indonesia’s “thousand islands”, with its sandy beaches, world-class surf spots and spectacular underwater views. A wealth of entertainment venues, restaurants, cafés and spas of all grades await vacationers. It is dotted with rural farmhouses, forest grasslands and deep emerald valleys full of rapids. There are two active volcanoes in the north, adding an air of mystery and natural extravagance. There are a number of elegant and exquisite villas hidden within the island, while the luxury beach resorts are a top choice among honeymooners.

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Tanah Lot
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Historical Site
Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most important landmarks. Its unique offshore setting provides the perfect backdrop for sunset photos. Constructed in the 16th century to honor the Hindu sea god, Baruna, Tanah Lot is one of Bali's most-visited landmarks. The best time to admire Tanah Lot Temple is at sunset. At high tide the narrow connecting strip of land is submerged and the temple is cut off from land. Watch the sun spread across the Indian Ocean and marvel at the romantic look of Tanah Lot Temple with its glowing golden outline.
Jimbaran Beach
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Jimbaran Beach is famous for its spectacular sunsets. The endless ocean seems to swallow the sun whole, before the horizon glows with twilight’s embers. The transience of day’s journey into night is magical. In addition to the famous seascapes, the open-air seafood stalls are a major attraction. Enjoy a candlelit seafood dinner while admiring the sunset. Then walk once more along this beachfront paradise.
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Ubud is the cultural and creative center of Bali. This world-famous art village has a powerful creative spirit. The village is awash in artistic forms such as painting, sculpting, music, textiles, and architecture. Craft shops and museums line the streets. Artists from all over the world come here to find inspiration, and it was also one of the locations featured in the film "Eat, Pray, Love." In addition to visiting a variety of artisan shops, you can also visit the magnificent Ubud Palace to enjoy traditional dance performances and local specialties.
Lembongan Island
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Lembongan Island is located southeast of Bali. The island gets its name from the deep blue waters that surround it. Away from the hustle and bustle of Bali, Lembongan Island offers a quiet, beautiful bay and a peaceful countryside. Enjoy a day at the beach while you lounge in one of the many beach chairs. You can also visit the cafes, restaurants, and bars to enjoy fine food and drink. It's a completely relaxing destination.

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Short weekend trips from Singapore during National Day break
Genting Highlands
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2020 looks set to be an exciting year with seven long weekends lined up for you to look forward to! If you are planning a holiday, this is a good time to maximise the long weekends in 2020 to scoot away for some downtime. With National Day, 9 August 2020, falling on a Sunday this year, the following Monday, 10 August 2020 will be an observed public holiday. Starting Friday evening, 7 August 2020, you can look forward to an uninterrupted three days of holiday.   28 Apr 2020
Cool Things to do in Uluwatu: A 3-Day Itinerary
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Known to be home to the best beaches in Bali, Uluwatu is a mecca for surfers. The major surf destination sits in Bukit Peninsula on the southern tip of Bali. Filled with attractions, luxury accommodations, and awesome activities, Uluwatu is a stunning destination for all travellers. Simply rent a scooter and explore the coast for a great day out. Most accommodations have scooters for rent, so getting from one location to another should not be a hassle.   23 Apr 2020
10 Getaway Ideas for the Hari Raya Puasa Weekend
Luang Prabang
Siem Reap
Hoi An
With many public holidays landing on Fridays and Mondays this year, 2020 offers exciting opportunities for those looking to plan a holiday. There is ample opportunity for you to plan long-haul vacations, day trips in the region as well as short weekend getaways.   6 Apr 2020

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Trip Moments

Shahril Panerai   
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Posted: 18 Oct 2019
Coco Wang   
The Ubud Palace (Puri Saren) is home to the Sukawati royal family. Located across from the Ubud Palace, it is where the main street and the Ubud Monkey Forest Road meets. The Palace is an iconic landmark in Ubud. The Palace is located inside the city of Ubud, an important center for the arts in Bali. The Palace was built first in the 16th century by famous artists. It contains 60 rooms and the entire palace is magnificent in appearance, in particular its entrance doors. Refined hand-carved reliefs and extravagant golden foils line the palace. Every year, lots of art lovers come here. From 19:30 onwards, you can enjoy shows of indigenous, traditional Bali dances in the palace, such as the welcome dance, the masked dance. Even though it’s now opened to the public and even has a hotel inside, this is still very much the actual palace for the Ubud royal family. During the night you’ll find performances of Bali’s traditional dances.
Posted: 28 Nov 2018
Angeline Yang   
The famous Tegalalang Rice Terraces in Ubud, Bali is one of the most popular photo-taking spots for influencers in the last 2 years. It is located on the way to the Tirta Empul Temple. The road going downhill from the Rice Terrace isn’t easy to walk. Some are really steep. If you are in slippers take extra care here. Even though this rice terrace is nothing in comparison to what we have in China, the palm trees and straw huts dotted in between also have that unique character, typically seen in tropical areas. From some angles it looks particularly similar to tea gardens in Sri Lanka. There are some huts up in the middle of the mountain offering shade and reset to tourists. The majority of them produce Kopi luwak, an Indonesian specialty. This expensive coffee is defecated by the Asian palm civet, which eats coffee beans. Well... Well, I didn’t drink it. Perhaps it’s because the scenery is too nice. When you are taking photos be sure to keep an eye out for what’s below on the ground, else you’ll easily sink into mud. Your whole foot would sink in and you can’t pull yourself out. We suggest visiting the terrace when the morning sun is just about to hit. At that point there aren’t too many tourists and the lighting is great. You’ll be able to shoot beautiful photos.
Posted: 28 Nov 2018