Bali evokes images of virgin forests, restless volcanoes, and heavenly beaches. This region of Indonesia abounds with rice terraces, temples, and caves. Go paragliding, bungee jumping, and white water rafting, and take in the sights without having to sit in a car for hours!
Get started with your Bali holidays at Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, located in Bali’s capital city, Denpasar. Journey to the white sand shores via shuttle, taxi, or limousine.
Fly on Eva Airways, which won Best Premium Economy Class at the SKYTRAX World Airline Awards 2008. Their wide-pitched seats and ample legroom guarantee a comfortable flight, and provide great value for money. Bali flights from London Heathrow Airport are once or twice daily.
Also from London Heathrow Airport, Malaysia Airlines offers Bali flights twice daily. Dining on-board is certainly “Going Beyond Expectations,” with dishes such as “succulent lamb shank bathed in Sarawak black pepper sauce,” and their “award-winning satay” (skewered meat, barbecued and served with peanut sauce). Flight attendants are friendly, cheerful, and very accommodating, even baby-friendly, if you've got kids in tow.
If you can’t get on a direct flight, fly to Singapore and get a connecting flight from there. Fly to the Lion City on British Airways, and from there, get on low-cost carrier Valuair, with four Bali flights weekly. Unlike other budget “no-frills” airlines, it provides wide seats and complimentary meals.
Get a Bali flight from Singapore on Lion Air. It won the Best Brand Award 2004 (from Indonesian marketing publication SWA), and is the official carrier for Miss Universe and Miss ASEAN.
Singapore Airlines also travels to Bali from Singapore. Look forward to roomy seats, video games, and gourmet treats. It’s definitely “A Great Way To Fly.”