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2 weeks - Honk Kong>Bali>Singapore advice

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Thinking of going to Bali next year in late Aug or late September. We'll have to go through HK on the way there and back and it looks like we'll have to go through Singapore on the way back too (using flyer miles). If we have approximately two weeks total including R/T travel time from Los Angeles, how long should we allocate to stop-overs in Singapore and Hong Kong? Our main focus would be Bali, but just thinking it would be nice to get a sampling of those cities too. Would two nights in each be good? I think that would leave roughly 8 nights in Bali. Is that enough or should we skip the stopovers? I'm pretty sure we'll have to at least overnight in each.
Also, can or should we try to squeeze in Borobudur somehow or is that just too much?

Thanks!

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