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Thailand & Singapore with Royal Lake and Sea Temples of Bali

14 nights from £1699pp

  • 4nts 4* Hotel Stay in Bali
  • 1nt 5* Hotel Stay in Singapore with Breakfast
  • Full Day Royal Lake & Sea Temple Tour in Bali with Lunch
  • 7nts Full Board Cruising on-board Voyager of the Seas
  • Return Flights & Private Overseas Transfers Included

26 February 2019

Thailand & Singapore with Royal Lake and Sea Temples of Bali

Cruise Highlights

Royal Caribbean Cruises - Voyager of the Seas - 14 Nights - 26 February 2019


- 4nts 4* Hotel Stay in Bali

- 1nt 5* Hotel Stay in Singapore with Breakfast

- Full Day Royal Lake & Sea Temple Tour in Bali with Lunch

- Return Flights & Private Overseas Transfers Included

- 7nts Full Board Cruising Onboard Voyager of the Seas

- Live Shows In The La Scala Theatre
- Greek Themed Adult-Only Solarium & Fitness Centre
- Rock Wall, Ice Rink, Mini Golf & Sport Courts

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Thailand & Singapore with Royal Lake and Sea Temples of Bali Map

Your Itinerary


    26 Feb 19


    UK to Bali

    Fly overnight from the UK to Bali, Indonesia.


  • 27 Feb 19


    On arrival, receive private transfer to your 4* hotel for a 4 night stay.


  • 28 Feb 19

    Included: Full Day Royal Lake & Sea Temple Tour with Lunch

    Discover three beautiful temples, each with its own uniqueness and beautiful surroundings on this full-day royal lake and sea temples tour.


  • 01-02 Mar 19

    Bali at Leisure

    With its beach resorts, surfing spots and gorgeous weather. But Bali is so much more than your typical tropical paradise. Bali's rich culture, many amazing sights and truly lovely people are what takes Bali's sheer delight to another level. Home to perhaps the most generous and genuinely warm locals in the world, it soon becomes clear that Bali isn’t just a place: it’s a way of life.


  • 03 Mar 19

    Bali to Singapore

    Receive private transfer to the airport for your flight to Singapore.

    On arrival, receive private transfer to your central hotel for an overnight stay.


  • 04 Mar 19

    Voyager of the Seas

    Receive private transfer to the port and embark Voyager of the Seas.


  • 05 Mar 19

    Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Malaysia

    Marvel at the statues of Hindu deities in the impressive Batu Caves or discover more about Malay culture and beliefs on a fascinating village and plantation visit.


  • 06 Mar 19

    Penang, Malaysia

    Climb the steps to the amazing Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery for some outstanding views of Penang. Learn to cook local dishes at the exotic Tropical Spice Garden, with its hundreds of edible herbs and spices.


  • 07 Mar 19

    Langkawi, Malaysia

    Lose yourself in the turquoise seas, colourful coral reefs and coconut palm beaches of this lush archipelago.


  • 08-09 Mar 19

    Phuket, Thailand (overnight)

    You’re in paradise in stunning Phuket, where idyllic beaches and clear turquoise waters make for perfect swimming, sailing, diving, and snorkelling.


  • 10 Mar 19

    At Sea.


  • 11 Mar 19


    Receive private transfer to the airport for your overnight flight to the UK.


  • 12 Mar 19

    Arrive in the UK.

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  • Penang

    Penang Island's main city, George Town, is one of Malaysia’s most cosmopolitan and exciting cultures. It is situated on the northwest coast of peninsular Malaysia, known as Malaysia's vibrant food capital a creative fusion of the East and the West. Take your pallet to paradise and rest assured that once you leave, you will give anything to be back in Penang eating rendang.

  • Singapore

    The ‘City in a Garden’ is full of surprises for those that traverse between its endless skyscrapers. Ancient rainforests brimming with monkeys and drongos, botanical gardens, peaceful farms and rustic paradises are hidden away behind Singapore’s seemingly normal exterior. Chinese, Malaysian and Indian heritage have defined Singapore’s Nonya cuisine as a unique experience of tantalising flavours, and should be appreciated by all travellers who visit this futuristic powerhouse city. Between culinary hot spots enjoy the ambitious shopping scene, ranging from consumer-filled temple boutiques to futuristic sci-fi-esque malls housing cutting edge gadgets at affordable prices. Particularly famed for its shopping scene, the city offers catwalk fashion and just-released technologies at affordable prices within its gloriously atmospheric malls. 

Your Ship

Voyager of the Seas

Voyager of the Seas

Carrying just over 3,000 passengers this large ship has the variety to satisfy every taste. If you like good food visit some of the most outstanding restaurants at sea, ranging from freshly prepared Italian to all- American burgers. If you fancy a little adventure try the climbing wall or skate round an ice rink at sea or if it is too cold try the inline skating rink. There is something to do for the whole family including mini golf, watching a show or taking the kids to the Adventure Ocean. This ships covers the needs of all age ranges.

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