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One of the most popular holiday destinations in Southeast Asia, Bali is famous for its tropical beaches and temple-dotted jungles. But what sets this Indonesian gem apart is its focus on culture and wellness. With sumptuous spas, tranquil yoga retreats and traditional customs, Bali offers a true retreat from the stresses of daily life. Life here runs on the go-slow – so it’s the ideal choice for a multi-centre holiday. When you pair laidback Bali with an up-tempo city break or an epic road trip, you’ll have the perfect balance of excitement and relaxation.

Whether you’re looking for a family getaway or a romantic break for two, our experts will help you create your dream Bali multi-centre holiday. You could start off with a few days in one of Asia’s vibrant cities, like Singapore or Kuala Lumpur, and then enjoy a quiet week in beach-lined Bali. Or, if you’re planning an all-out adventure, why not combine Bali and Australia into one unforgettable trip?

Alternatively, you can opt for a Bali multi-centre holiday within Indonesia. After a week on Indonesia’s most famous island, you could spend some time exploring the bays and beaches of scenic Lombok, which lies just to the east of Bali. Or you could add on a few days in the Gili Islands, where you can snorkel and dive among fantastic corals and exotic marine life. Whatever you have in mind, our travel experts will take care of all the details to make sure your trip is tailored to you.

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Bali might be the jewel in Indonesia’s crown, but it’s just one tiny snippet of this beautiful country. Indonesia has thousands of islands, so why not take the opportunity to explore?

As the second part of your Bali multi-centre holiday, you could travel to picturesque Lombok – Bali’s lesser-known neighbour. With a soaring volcano at its heart, this lush isle majors in tropical jungles and untouched sands. You can spend your days relaxing on sleepy beaches, kayaking across calm waters, or learning to surf.

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Alternatively, consider going to the Gili Islands. Lying just off Lombok’s northwest coast, this postcard-worthy trio has become popular thanks to its fantastic coral reefs and bohemian vibe. The largest of the three, Gili Trawangan is all about chilled-out beaches and sunset cocktails, with the occasional beach party thrown in for good measure. Gili Meno is the most romantic of the Gilis, while Gili Air is as rustic as they come. After some time in Bali, the Gili Islands are the perfect place to unplug and switch off, as you snorkel among bright corals and beach-hop along the coast.

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City and beach

Bali is famous for its stunning beaches. For a contrast, though, consider adding on a short city break. You can enjoy a few days of sightseeing in one of Asia’s glittering metropolises, before retreating to tranquil Bali for a well-earned rest.

You could kick off your Bali multi-centre holiday with a few days in Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur. An old-meets-new labyrinth of temples, markets and skyscrapers, this multicultural city is a mishmash of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences. The calendar is full of events and festivals, while year-round attractions include vibrant Chinatown, the ancient Batu Caves and KL’s iconic Petronas Twin Towers.

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Or you could visit stylish Singapore. A few days in the Lion City gives you enough time to take in the major sites, like Sentosa Island, Orchard Road and the Gardens by the Bay, where you’ll find the incredible Supertree Grove. In the evenings, sip a Singapore Sling at the iconic Raffles Hotel or hop between the city’s casual hawker centres, filling up on flavour-filled street food.

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Bali and Australia

While you’re on the other side of the world, why not visit Australia? Bali is well-connected with Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, so combining these two bucket-list countries into one epic holiday couldn’t be easier. Plus, with so many internal flights available across Oz, the options really are endless – you can journey onwards to the Outback, Darwin, Perth, and beyond.

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On the east coast, you can marvel at Sydney’s iconic landmarks, learn to surf in Byron Bay, and stroll around sun-soaked Brisbane. Or, if you’d prefer to take in natural wonders rather than city sights, hop on a plane to Cairns and explore the beautiful Great Barrier Reef, or sail around the idyllic Whitsunday Islands.

Alternatively, you could head south to Melbourne – home to scenic rooftop bars, hip coffee shops and art-covered laneways – and then drive along the Great Ocean Road. This dramatic coastal drive winds its way to Adelaide, where you’ll find award-winning vineyards and a variety of wildlife on Kangaroo Island.

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Best time for your multi-centre

To get the most out of your Bali multi-centre holiday, you’ll need to consider the climate of both destinations. Bali is warm all year round, with daytime temperatures averaging 25°C. But November to March is monsoon season, so it’s best to visit Bali between April and October – at this time of year, temperatures float around 31°C and rain is minimal.

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If you’re also planning to tick off Singapore on your trip, it’s best to book for April, as you’ll be able to catch the tail-end of the city’s dry season. Alternatively, if you’re combining Kuala Lumpur and Bali, try to book your holiday between June and September to see both places at their best.

Or, if you’d like to pair Bali with Down Under, you should book your break for May or October – Australia’s autumn and spring, respectively – when you can look forward to warm, sunny days in both countries.

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Explore Indonesia

See more of Indonesia

Bali might be the jewel in Indonesia’s crown, but it’s just one tiny snippet of this beautiful country. Indonesia has thousands of islands, so why not take the opportunity to explore?

As the second part of your Bali multi-centre holiday, you could travel to picturesque Lombok – Bali’s lesser-known neighbour. With a soaring volcano at its heart, this lush isle majors in tropical jungles and untouched sands. You can spend your days relaxing on sleepy beaches, kayaking across calm waters, or learning to surf.

Show More
Show Less

Alternatively, consider going to the Gili Islands. Lying just off Lombok’s northwest coast, this postcard-worthy trio has become popular thanks to its fantastic coral reefs and bohemian vibe. The largest of the three, Gili Trawangan is all about chilled-out beaches and sunset cocktails, with the occasional beach party thrown in for good measure. Gili Meno is the most romantic of the Gilis, while Gili Air is as rustic as they come. After some time in Bali, the Gili Islands are the perfect place to unplug and switch off, as you snorkel among bright corals and beach-hop along the coast.

Show More
Show Less

City & beach

City and beach

Bali is famous for its stunning beaches. For a contrast, though, consider adding on a short city break. You can enjoy a few days of sightseeing in one of Asia’s glittering metropolises, before retreating to tranquil Bali for a well-earned rest.

You could kick off your Bali multi-centre holiday with a few days in Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur. An old-meets-new labyrinth of temples, markets and skyscrapers, this multicultural city is a mishmash of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences. The calendar is full of events and festivals, while year-round attractions include vibrant Chinatown, the ancient Batu Caves and KL’s iconic Petronas Twin Towers.

Show More
Show Less

Or you could visit stylish Singapore. A few days in the Lion City gives you enough time to take in the major sites, like Sentosa Island, Orchard Road and the Gardens by the Bay, where you’ll find the incredible Supertree Grove. In the evenings, sip a Singapore Sling at the iconic Raffles Hotel or hop between the city’s casual hawker centres, filling up on flavour-filled street food.

Show More
Show Less

Australia

Bali and Australia

While you’re on the other side of the world, why not visit Australia? Bali is well-connected with Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, so combining these two bucket-list countries into one epic holiday couldn’t be easier. Plus, with so many internal flights available across Oz, the options really are endless – you can journey onwards to the Outback, Darwin, Perth, and beyond.

Show More
Show Less

On the east coast, you can marvel at Sydney’s iconic landmarks, learn to surf in Byron Bay, and stroll around sun-soaked Brisbane. Or, if you’d prefer to take in natural wonders rather than city sights, hop on a plane to Cairns and explore the beautiful Great Barrier Reef, or sail around the idyllic Whitsunday Islands.

Alternatively, you could head south to Melbourne – home to scenic rooftop bars, hip coffee shops and art-covered laneways – and then drive along the Great Ocean Road. This dramatic coastal drive winds its way to Adelaide, where you’ll find award-winning vineyards and a variety of wildlife on Kangaroo Island.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time for your multi-centre

To get the most out of your Bali multi-centre holiday, you’ll need to consider the climate of both destinations. Bali is warm all year round, with daytime temperatures averaging 25°C. But November to March is monsoon season, so it’s best to visit Bali between April and October – at this time of year, temperatures float around 31°C and rain is minimal.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re also planning to tick off Singapore on your trip, it’s best to book for April, as you’ll be able to catch the tail-end of the city’s dry season. Alternatively, if you’re combining Kuala Lumpur and Bali, try to book your holiday between June and September to see both places at their best.

Or, if you’d like to pair Bali with Down Under, you should book your break for May or October – Australia’s autumn and spring, respectively – when you can look forward to warm, sunny days in both countries.

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