City Break in Singapore and Indonesia

This trip will take you to four Indonesian paradise islands. The days are free and you can decide the program yourself, so you can choose the activities that are best for you or just focus 100% on relaxation. Additional paid tours offer things to do and see for those who want not only relaxation but also experiences.

Island hopping begins in the popular resort town of Sanur, Bali, known for its relaxed cozy atmosphere and miles of golden sandy beach. After a day at the beach, you can relax in one of the city’s many cozy cafés or enjoy the atmosphere in the lounge bars.

From Bali, the journey continues by speedboat to the scenic and peaceful island of Lombok. The unspoilt natural landscapes of Lombok are very similar to those of Bali, but there are fewer tourists here and everything happens at a much slower pace. Stay in Lombok on the calm Senggigi sandy beach, which is the best beach on the island’s west coast.

The journey continues to Gili Trawangan, one of the three islands of Gili. Gili Trawangan’s attractions are especially its fine sandy beaches and good diving and snorkelling opportunities. Below the surface you can run into e.g. sea ​​turtles. When the evening comes, you can laze in a beanbag while sipping colorful drinks as the sun quietly sets on Mt. Behind Agung,

The final leg of the trip is the tiny tropical paradise island of Nusa Lembongan, known for its white sandy beaches, turquoise sea and rugged nature, characterized by rugged rock formations, cacti and mangrove forests. Beneath the surface, in turn, you can admire tropical fish in all the colors of the rainbow, sea turtles, clumpfish and crabs.

If you prefer, you can also continue your trip with an interesting city break in Ubud, Bali or a big city break in Singapore.



Per person in a double room from + 439 €

Children under 12 years old from + € 349

Additional charge for a single room from + € 379

Extend your journey with an exciting city break in Singapore and enjoy the pulse of a state-of-the-art Asian metropolis.

According to Countryaah, Singapore covers an area of ​​only 721.5 km 2 , making it the smallest country in Southeast Asia. Despite its small size, the city-state really offers a lot to see and do.

Admire the architecture of Marina Bay Sands, take a leisurely stroll through Gardens by the Bay, shop to your heart’s content on Orchard Road, sip Singapore Slings at Raffles Hotel and climb the city’s rooftops to enjoy the stunning scenery on a 165-meter-high Singapore Flyer.

Singapore is a true melting pot of cultures, where people from many different ethnic backgrounds live a peaceful coexistence with mutual respect. You can see this in the city’s shrines, among others: Buddhist temples, mosques, Christian churches, and Hindu temples stand side by side in melted harmony. You can explore Singapore’s multiculturalism in Little India, China Town and the Arab-Malay Quarter of Kampong Glam, for example. The colorful houses and the scent of spices and jasmine create a unique atmosphere.

Of course, multiculturalism is also reflected in the city’s food selection and restaurant offerings. When you want to try honest street food, head to one of the many Hawker Center eateries. If you want to pamper your taste buds at Michelin restaurants, Singapore’s best restaurants can be found along Keong Saik Road.

Other popular hipster neighborhoods include the colorful Haji Lane in Kampong Glam and the Art Deco area of ​​Tiong Bahrun. Both districts have a large selection of cozy cafes, good restaurants and shops as well as great street art.

If you want to retreat from the hustle and bustle of the big city for a moment in a more peaceful environment, Sentosa Island is a good option. Located on the south side of the main island, Sentosa has many other attractions in addition to sandy beaches, such as Universal Studios and a few amusement parks.

Is a trip to Singapore attractive?

The additional trip includes 3 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast, a flight to Singapore and an airport shuttle.


Per person in a double room from + 119 €

Children under 12 years from + 79 €

Additional charge for a single room from + 89 €

This trip to the city of Ubud is a great option when you want to get to know Bali’s fascinating culture and beautiful nature better.

In Ubud, you can go on expeditions to the untamed jungle, go cycling to the meandering countryside between the rice fields, go down the rapids on the Ayung River and immerse yourself in the secrets of Indonesian cuisine at one of the city’s many cooking schools. In the Monkey Forest next to the Dalem Agung Temple, you can see dozens of adorable and curious monkeys.

In Ubud, religion and tradition are honored. The streets are often filled with ceremonial processions as locals take altar gifts to temples dedicated to Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu. Seeing and experiencing the atmospheric and colorful procession is an unforgettable experience!

In addition to ancient traditions and religious traditions, Ubud is known as an artist city where many local and foreign artists have settled. The main street of the city in particular is full of galleries and exhibitions featuring stunning works of art and handicrafts. Between the galleries are lots of charming little boutiques selling jewelry, clothes and bags.

There are many different restaurants in Ubud, which are guaranteed to have something for every taste. Indonesian, Japanese and Italian food are popular options, and there is no shortage of vegan places either. Many eateries also specialize in organic products. You can also enjoy the unique atmosphere of Ubud in the city’s cozy cafés and taste the world’s most expensive coffee made from luwak beans.

There is no program planned, so you can spend your day exactly the way you want.

The additional trip includes 3 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast as well as airport transfers.