Bali and Singapore: Introduction

Hello everyone! I am excited and have been looking forward to writing my first post on firstofly. I wanted to use this opportunity to provide you with a mini-series on my most recent trip to Bali and Singapore.

The series will consist of the following posts:

  1. Introduction
  2. Japan Airlines Business Class 787-8 Seattle to Tokyo-Narita
  3. Japan Airlines Business Class 767-300 Tokyo-Narita to Jakarta
  4. AirAsia Economy Class A320-200 Jakarta to Denpasar, Denpasar to Jakarta, Jakarta to Singapore
  5. Beaches and Temples: What we did in Bali
  6. Hyatt Regency Bali
  7. Andaz Singapore
  8. 48 hours in Singapore
  9. Cathay Pacific Business Class A330-300 Singapore to Hong Kong
  10. Cathay Pacific Business Class A350-900 Hong Kong to Seattle.

Bali, undoubtedly, is a premier holiday destination in Asia. As a matter of fact, recent statistics showed that more than three-quarters of visitors to Indonesia visited the island of Gods alone. The island is well known for its beaches with spectacular sunrise and sunset views; lush and green rice terraces and paddy fields; and most importantly, the warm and friendly people of Bali.

This time around, we stayed at both Ubud Dedari Villas, which was reviewed extensively here, and the Hyatt Regency Bali — a newly renovated Hyatt property located in the heart of Sanur Beach. On our way home, we had a 48-hour pit stop in Singapore and stayed at the Andaz Singapore.

We had a great time, and look forward to sharing our experience with you on this trip report!

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