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My partner and I are going to be in Bali for two weeks next May. I have an opportunity to add 4 nights to the two-week trip and wanted to stay at a beach resort for these four nights, since we are not going to Bali for the beaches. I'll be based in Singapore and would like to keep the flight to within two hours or so. I was thinking of Phuket (trisara) or Langkawi (the new four seasons). My concern with these areas is the weather. I know it is the start of the rainy season, but does this mean an hour of heavy rain and sun the rest of the day or 4 days of nothing but rain. If it's the latter, then it's not really worth it. Any comments or suggestions here are appreciated.

I'm open to other areas, but since trip is for a special occasion (anniversary), I'm mostly considering luxury properties. I'd really like something that is right on the beach (which is why the beach villas at the four seasons Langkawi are so appealing).


Any advice you can give is greatly appreciated.

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