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Make your Search for cheap flights to Bali productive by planning your getaway for the scenic archipelago through Travelhouseuk. Bali is considered among the most tropically exotic tourist destinations the world over. Being located at the equator, its climate is completely suitable for a sunny vacation for the season. Bali flights land at Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, hosting 45 air carriers for connecting to 48 cities with nearly 2000 flights per week. Our agents and travel experts can design economical itineraries with Thai Airways, Malaysia Airlines, KLM and Qatar Airways for facilitating cheap flight tickets to Bali. Business class bookings are also available alongside economy class bookings while availing budget deals with the lowest airfare rates.

Bargain deals for return flights to Bali

£448
 
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Flying with : China Southern Airline
Travel Between : 11 September, 2015 - 05 December, 2015
£475
 
Departure : London Gatwick (LGW)
Flying with : Gia Garuda
Travel Between : 01 May, 2015 - 15 July, 2015
£493
 
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Flying with : Royal Brunei Airlines
Travel Between : 20 May, 2015 - 09 July, 2015
£510
 
Departure : London Heathrow (LHR)
Flying with : Malaysia Airlines
Travel Between : 12 May, 2015 - 31 May, 2015
£562
 
Departure : Manchester (MAN)
Flying with : Singapore Airlines
Travel Between : 02 April, 2015 - 10 July, 2015
£619
 
Departure : London Gatwick (LGW)
Flying with : Emirates
Travel Between : 02 June, 2015 - 15 July, 2015

Want to know more about Bali before your trip? Our travel guide to Bali gives you all the information you need to know!

Why travel to Bali?

Indonesia has a province spruced with rainforests, green vegetation of terraced fields and smooth plains located at its Lesser Sunda Islands, a heaven for any traveller willing to stumble across someplace exotic. Bali ranges with topography too diverse to be present within one island, an island well-spread with a range of places and destinations ranging from remote settlements, to fishing villages and urban towns and even residential suburbs, either marked by white beaches, mountain valleys or plains. The fertile terraced plantation fields at Tegalalang and Jatiluwih, the high grasslands along Kampuhan Ridge, and agricultural villages like Mayong highlight the main spots for a natural trek tour of Bali. The simple lifestyle adapted in the mountains and harvests of rice feature as cultural attractions which give the real colour to touring these areas. Even the official green areas reflect multiple functions to serve as sanctuaries or galleries, may it be the Agung Rai Museum of Fine Arts with open air displays of massive sculptures, the Garuda Wisnu Kencana cultural exhibition park, the Bali bird park, or the Bali safari and Marine Park. For mountaineering, the mount Batur forms the highest peak as an active volcano, bordered by small lakes on certain sides. Ranking in as the hallmarks of natural towers which are embedded within the tranquillity of Bali's expanse, there are various temples in rural areas. Tirta Empul Temple, Uluwatu Temple and Taman Ayun Temple are all religious sites for Hinduism dominant in the local communities. The Ubud Monkey Forest Sanctuary, Goa Gaja Elephant Cave, the Gunung Kawi Temple Complex and the Ubud Palace are some of the must-visit sites to explore the architectural heritage affiliated with the indigenous community hailing from Bali. For formal representation, Bali has aimed the spotlight at its versatile visual arts, with the Bianco Museum themed on Renaissance, Neka Art Museum and Puri Lukisan Museum focusing on local heritage, and the Pasifikia Museum and Shell Museum on natural features. Massaging, skin therapies and relaxation therapy services are among the most featured offers, along with natural hot spring spots also located in Bali.White Sand beach and Padang Padang Beach are among the white and black sand beaches in the province. Beach areas if Sabur and Legian consist of urban colonies to allow people frolic the sands for the day. Jet Set Drive Marine Sports and Baruna Surfing are among popular means of engaging in adventure in the sea. Amed Scuba Tauchzentrum provides commercial diving services for exploring marine life underwater. Many of the water sports are popularly active throughout all seasons, may it be rafting, game fishing, yachting or surfing. Taking advantage of the fresh and clean environment, multiple indoor and open air spas are operating in the suburbs as well as the central areas of Bali.  Sticking to its age-old traditions of skilled labour, Bali has avenues existent for observing masterpieces produced under professional craftsmanship. Get hands-on experience under the supervision of dedicated artists at the Chez Monique Silversmith class. Of course, everyone has heard of the world famous Balinese furniture home to this region, constructed from intricately woven cane and wood for being light weighted, durable and swanky. To avail all the nightlife, the central Street of Jalan Legian connects through urban centres of multiple towns to house most of the restaurants, clubs and cafes.

 

Which major airlines fly to Bali from the UK?

Singapore Airlines, Asiana Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Garuda Indonesia Airlines, Qatar Airways and Malaysia Airlines fly from UK to Bali.

 

What is the average flight time to Bali from the UK?

Average flight time from UK to Bali is 16 hours and 15 minutes, apart from the time spent on a stopover.

 

Are there any direct flights to Bali from the UK?

None of these airlines operate direct flights between Bali and UK’s destinations.  

 

How far is the airport from the city centre?

The Ngurah Rai International Airport is about 57 kilometres south of Bali.

 

How to travel from airport to city centre?

Visitors can get their hotels to arrange free transfers from the airport. Other options include public taxis, blue bird taxis and local minivans. Airport transfer taxis are mostly minivans.

 

How to get around the city?

One can get around Bali easily in a taxi, a bemo minivan, public bus hailing from the tourist Parama network, or by hiring a rental cab. A bicycle can also be used for short distances along remote areas, especially where the roads are not quite as good. There is a healthy trend among the locals to use and rent motorbikes and scooters to tourists for easy commute in the area. The very same rental trend has led to the origination of Ojeks, consisting of motorcycle taxis for point-to-point commute within towns, commercial as well as residential areas. Traditional Dokar pony carts are also an option in certain rural areas of the island.

 

What’s the best time to visit Bali?

Best time to visit Bali is from May to September when it’s less humid and there’s a less amount of rainfall.

 

Where to stay in Bali?

Seeing as Bali is Indonesia’s leading tourist destination, it comes as no surprise that it is home to a wide variety of hotels. The high-end ones include the likes of The Legion Ball, the Samaya Ball and the Komaneka hotel. All of these are luxury hotels with stylish architectures, comfortable rooms, and quality dining with hospitable staff. The mid-range accommodation options include the Ahimsa Estate, the Tandjung Sari, the Breezes Bali Resort and others. These stand out for offering fewer luxuries but they come at more affordable rates. Last come the budget places like the Green Garden Hotel or the Biyukukung Suites, these types of lodges and hotels offer clean rooms, less fancy restaurants and smaller swimming pools but they’re available for very economical rates. Towards the coasts, fishing villages and the beaches, tourists are catered by surfer’s bungalows consisting of studio based rooms and a living area. When it comes to booking private villas, tourists should come to terms that they’re availing experiences featured in global travelogues, with the boutique category having infinity pools atop fields of greens, valleys, as well as rainforests.   

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I was planning to book a ticket to Bali. Is there a non-stop flight to Bali I can book?

You can find many appealing airfare deals to Bali from UK but currently there isn't any airline that is offering a non-stop flight to Bali from UK. However the best indirect flights to Bali you can book are offered by Qatar Airways, KLM, Etihad Airways, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Thai Airways. All these airlines fly to Bali from UK via their respective hubs.
 
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