Bali is the ultimate destination this season
(Vocus) November 8, 2010
Chinapac International, premier specialist in China & the Orient since 1985, introduces two new Bali tours for 2011: 8 Day Eat Pray Love in Bali & 16 Day Eat Pray Cruise.
Whether you're looking to getaway to a series of yoga sessions amidst the lush Bali morning scene, immerse in the richness of the Balinese culture, or simply unwind by the beach in the sound of the crashing waves, this tiny island belonging to the Indonesian archipelago allows all that plus more.
"Bali is the ultimate destination this season," says Jenny Soares, president of Chinapac International, "the island is rich in culture, culinary, green landscapes and beaches – what more can you ask for a vacation?"
"It has always been a top destination to its neighbouring countries," Soares adds, "and with it gaining worldwide attention through Elizabeth Gilbert's novel and movie Eat Pray Love, travelers from different parts of the globe are becoming more and more aware of this little island paradise in South East Asia."
The 8 Day Eat Pray Love in Bali tour takes participants to the island's unique town known for its culture, yoga and nature: Ubud – the Love setting of novel-based box office. Much like Ubud itself, this Bali tour will incorporate the town's cultural, yoga and natural attributes to provide travelers the most of the Bali experience. Morning yoga meditations in a private open-air studio while overlooking green rice fields, a cycling tour through a local village and a visit to the local palm reader (as featured on Gilbert's novel) are just some of the many highlights of this Bali tour. Valid from October 2010 to June 2011, land tour prices start from $1099 per person with minimum of 2 people.
The 16 Day Eat Pray Cruise showcases a luxurious cruise along the Malay Peninsula before alighting in Bali. This tour will begin aboard the 5-star Superstar Virgo cruise embarking in Singapore with ports-of-call in Penang, Phuket, Malacca and Kuala Lumpur. In Bali, guests will visit the island's treasured temples, palaces and rice terraces, take excursion atop a mountain 1,200 meters above sea level and wander around villages for an opportunity to find local handcrafted Balinese souvenirs. If sun and beach is what you seek, this Bali tour is also tailored to allow guests plenty of time for that.
Departures for this Bali tour run from March thru November of 2011 with price starting at $3199 per person. As bonus, Chinapac International is offering Early Bird incentive of one free bottle of wine upon arrive or a 60 minute full body massage.
Chinapac International specializes in travel service to China and the Orient and is proud to celebrate 25 successful years in the travel industry as the premier travel package tour operator to the People's Republic of China and South East Asia.
For more information, visit http://www.chinapac.com