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Uluwatu Temple: When on an Indonesian tour, take a trip to the temple, famously called Pura Luhur Uluwatu. It is perched on top of a steep cliff & offers a magnificent view of the sun, setting into the magnanimous Indian Ocean.

Kecak Dance: A traditional dance, performed by about 50 singers using only their vocal talent can put you in a trance as you watch the dancers move to the music and dance with fire. This is an art form dating far back into Balinese history, prior to the known use of musical instruments!

Visit Kintamani: Sitting atop of 1,500m above sea level, witness a spectacular view of an active volcano, Mount Batur overlooking the tranquil Lake Batur. You can also visit the Pura Ulun Danu Batur, one of the nine directional temples that you must see when on a Bali tour.

Ubud Art tour: Experience the rich cultural traditions of Indonesia at the arts and handicrafts tour where you visitCeluk, the centre of gold and silver works. You can also visit Batuan, the stone carvings centre, and also Mas the centre for beautiful woodcarvings and Bali Ubud, the hub of Balinese arts.

Celuk Village: The package takes you to the Celuk Village where you get to visit a silver jewellery factory. Choose from a huge variety of designs and articles to take home for yourself and friends and family.

Petronas Twin Towers: Feel on top of the world as you take few seconds to shoot up past 41 floors to the Skybridge or to the viewing deck on the 86th floor. The world’s tallest twin towers is one of the top 10 tourist places in Malaysia. The double-decker Skybridge offers you a fantastic view from atop.

What to Expect

Pristine Uluwatu Temple  ·  Spectacular Kecak dance  ·  Thrilling Kintamani tour  ·  Silky beach of Bali  ·  Stunning Bali vacation  ·  Iconic Petronas Twin Towers  ·  Historic Ubud Art Tour  ·  Astonishing Kintamani volcano  ·  Quaint Celuk village  ·  Marvellous silver jewellery shopping

When to Go

Bali is known for its tropical climate and thus it is a year round attraction for couples, and family vacationers. The Wet Season can be slightly humid that’s during October - April. The Dry Season is between May – September and has the least humidity. June – August has cool breezes and a pleasant climate throughout the day.

Malaysia’s peak season is typically mid-December through mid-February. The winter weather is also a perfect time to visit Malaysia. The Malaysia Mega Sale Carnival is a part of the country’s nationwide sales campaign that aims at promoting Malaysia as a world-class shopping destination to all international tourists.

What's Included

  • 4 Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis with daily breakfast in Bali
  • 3 Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis with daily breakfast in Kuala Lumpur
  • Ubud Art & Cultural tour
  • Kintamani Volcano tour
  • Uluwatu Temple & Kecak dance with dinner
  • Petronas Twin Tower entrance ticket
  • Kuala Lumpur city orientation tour
  • All tours on shared basis.
  • Return airport transfers in Bali & Kuala Lumpur on shared basis.

 Not included: Airfare, Visa, GST, Tips