This is an amazing deal, simply put. You could easily spend more for airfare alone. Indeed, fares alone, just to Bali, are running almost $1400 with taxes (on Cathay Pacific, flights on Singapore Air are much higher). So for the same price, you get Singapore, and 5 nights hotel. A super deal. Needless to say, capacity is limited so act fast. This deal will "go live" on July 26, 2010--so jump when it does. Similar deals are available now, but not in the same hotels.

This July marks Singapore Airlines’ 30th anniversary of service to Los Angeles. To commemorate this milestone, Singarpore Airlines Vacations is offering a vacation package to passengers booking by August 31, 2010 with the opportunity to explore Singapore and Bali departing from all U.S. gateways, starting at just $1,299* per person.
Singapore & Bali
    5 nights from $1,299
Round-trip Economy Class flights on Singapore Airlines
Round-trip airport and hotel transfers
2 nights in Singapore at the five-Star Swissôtel The Stamford
3 nights in Bali at the five-Star Nusa Dua Beach Hotel
Daily breakfast in Bali
Half-day city tour in Singapore; full-day tour in Bali with lunch
Complimentary “Hop-On Bus” pass in Singapore

The package is available from Sept. 1 – Nov. 30, 2010 and Jan. 1 – Mar. 31, 2011, starting at
$1,299 from LAX, SFO, NYC, and Houston – IAH.  Airline fuel surcharge of $404 is included.
Hotel and seat availability are limited.

All packages can be booked by visiting
* Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, New York departures Monday or Thursdays only. Houston - IAH departures on Thursdays only. Rates quoted per person in US dollars based on double-occupancy. Economy Class rates valid for select travel dates. Rates, terms, availability and itinerary are subject to change without notice and may not be available on all flights or dates. Certain restrictions apply. Gratuities, transfers and excursions are extra unless otherwise indicated. Taxes of  $110 are not included.  Rates not valid for Singapore stay Sept. 23- 26, 2010.

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