Souring cities fringed by paradise islands
Holidays in the Far East transport you to a fascinating new world, where exotic tradition meets modern luxury. Bali, one of the most popular islands in Indonesia, offers an idyllic retreat, where you’ll find a laid back way of life accompanied by luscious green rice paddies, volcanic landscapes and a rich culture. It’s an ideal location for couples, as Seminyak is regarded as the best beach resort on the island, boasting golden sand beaches and swanky hotels. The town of Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali and is peppered with temples, cafés and markets. It’s also home to the sacred monkey forest.
If you’re more of a city person, head to Singapore, which is one of the most upmarket and exciting cities in Southeast Asia. Here, you’ll find modern shopping malls, towering skyscrapers and gorgeous botanic gardens which couples, friends and solo adventurers are sure to enjoy together. Alternatively, choose to visit Hong Kong, a sprawling metropolis boasting a delightful mix of local markets and traditional culture with a contemporary aesthetic.
Luxury holidays in the Far East promise to inspire with exotic charm complemented by modern pleasures. This part of Asia offers some truly superb cuisine, with much of it including noodles, rice and seafood wrapped in delicious spices. Indulge in upmarket shopping, gourmet dining and pampering spas for the ultimate luxury getaway.
At Sovereign, we endeavour to find you the perfect hotel for your holiday in the Far East. Choose to stay at The Oberoi Bali for a luxurious retreat in Seminyak - one of the best beach resorts in Indonesia. The hotel boasts its own tropical garden and immediate access to the beach, and is designed with stunning Balinese architecture for a truly authentic experience.
If you’re looking for a city escape, The Harbour Grand Kowloon in Hong Kong offers five star luxury with a panoramic view of the Hong Kong skyline, while those heading to Singapore should stay at the Raffles Hotel Singapore - a world-famous hotel declared a national monument by the Singapore government and re-opening in 2019 after a complete refurbishment.