Hong Kong + Indonesia
Take in two incredible Asian destinations with this amazing-value long-haul trip. Combining the relaxing beachside wonder of Bali with the unparalleled cityscape of Hong Kong, this package ensures you get the best of both worlds with all flights, hold luggage, and daily breakfast included.
29°C / 85°F
Stay right in the heart of Hong Kong’s action at the Cosmo Hotel, found in between the popular Wan Chai and Causeway Bay districts. Close to incredible dining and varied nightlife, the hotel is a vibrant walk away from Hong Kong harbour, directly next to the Happy Valley Racecourse, and just a few metro stops from Central and Lan Kwai Fong – the city’s most popular evening spot.
Bali proves to be a change of pace from Hong Kong – swapping skylines for beachside beauty. Your stay on this gorgeous Indonesian island is at the Ramayana Resort & Spa, found right on the white sands of Kuta Beach. A lush resort made up of an orchid garden and other breathtaking scenery, you’ll quickly get that relaxed feeling.
4-star Ramayana Resort & Spa
Ramayana Resort and Spa offers a tropical getaway just steps from the white sands of Kuta Beach. It features two outdoor pools, a shopping arcade, and an orchid garden. Found across from Kuta's largest shopping mall, Ramayana Resort and Spa is a five-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Waterbom Park is a short drive from the hotel and makes for a scenic day trip. For an additional fee, guests can join classes in Balinese dance, local cooking, or cocktail mixing.
Ramayana Resort provides car and bike rental, as well as concierge service, while guided temple tours and spa treatments are also available from the well-informed staff. Rooms feature modern Balinese décor and include cable TV, and amenities include a safe, a minibar, and tea/coffee-making facilities. Both local and international dishes are served at Gabah Restaurant, while Flapjaks offers pancakes and gelato for those with a sweet tooth. Other dining options include Bluefin Japanese Restaurant, Seafood House, and Stadium Café.
4-star Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong
Found in between the popular Wan Chai and Causeway Bay districts, the stylish Cosmo Hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the nearest metro station - making it incredibly easy to explore the metropolis of Hong Kong. This four-star, boutique hotel offers free Wi-Fi in the hotel rooms and lobby, personal hotspots for all your devices, and international call capabilities.
Cosmo Hotel Hong Kong is just a 10-minute walk from Times Square Shopping Mall, as well as being within walking distance of the harbour. It is a 45-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport, while numerous buses and metro lines proving a popular transfer choice too. Rooms are cosy with large windows that allow natural light in. They are fitted with a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities and each room has en-suite bathroom with toiletries and a hairdryer. Hotel Cosmo provides a well-informed tour desk to provide travel assistance on any excursions in Hong Kong. The onsite Nooch Bar offers a good selection of beer and cocktails.
Thanks to its thriving tourism scene, Bali is one of Indonesia's wealthiest regions. An Indonesian island located between Java to the west and Lombok to the east, Bali is home to the vast majority of Indonesia's Hindu minority. The largest tourist destination in the whole country, it’s renowned for its arts scene, including dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. Bali has a tropical climate with average temperatures of 31°C, making it an idyllic holiday for those seeking relaxation. High humidity can be expected during wet season between the months of October - April. Head to the thriving town of Ubud, famous for its art and local artisan craftwork. Featured in the book and film Eat, Pray, Love and you can retrace Julia Roberts’ steps at your own leisure on a wander through its beautiful streets.
Hong Kong is fondly known as the events capital of Asia, whether it be an international music festival, a rock concert, or a Chinese New Year parade, there is always something going on. There is a huge array of galleries and museums to keep visitors entertained, while sports also play a major part in the social calendar of Hong Kong - visitors can expect to catch anything from football to horse races when visiting. If you're lucky enough to be in town over the Chinese New Year, the impressive firework display and other festivities are not to be missed. In a city so diverse, you can spend each day doing something completely different. Stare at the futuristic skyscrapers on Hong Kong Island from Kowloon, visit traditional temples, hike through incredible scenery to the Big Buddha statue, and check out Bruce Lee’s popular statue on the Avenue of Stars – whatever you choose, you won’t be disappointed.