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Finally Going To Bali! Please Help With Flight and Alam Shanti Question

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We are disembarking a cruise in Singapore in October. I was going to book an Air Asia flight from there to Bali and decided to do a bit more research. I found a flight on KLM that was actually cheaper and the schedule works for us. The KLM return flight arrives Singapore at midnight, which is perfect for us since our departing flight to the US is at 7 am (on a differnt airline). Given those 2 choices, which would you advise?

Regarding Alam Shanti, we would like to book either the Indus or Narmada room. I would appreciate advice on pros/cons of upper and lower level choice in that unit.
Also, the hotel recommends using them for transportation from the airport. Is that the best choice?

Thanks in advance,
Les

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