Check Out Beautiful, Enchanting Bali, Jakarta With Thai Airways International

As far as tropical island holiday spots go, Bali needs no introduction to sun-seekers and beach-lovers all over the world who regularly rate it among the best beach destinations on the planet. Jakarta the nation’s bustling metropolis is an attractive destination for many. Likewise, among the world’s major airlines Thai Airways International is a household name with a string of international awards under its wings. Combine these factors with ‘Hello Indonesia’ special airfares and you’ve got the makings of a dream holiday.

Bali is a popular destination for Thai Airways International, which flies to the Indonesian island on a daily basis from Bangkok. Round trip tickets to Bali are available from THB 8,485 during the ‘Hello Indonesia’ promotion, valid for travel between 10 January 2017 and 30 June 2017. It’s one of two points the national Thai airline serves in Indonesia, the other being the country’s capital in which THAI customers can book round trip flights to Jakarta for only THB 8,350.

These two Indonesian points are among the nearly 50 destinations in 19 countries that feature in THAI’s Asia-Pacific route network. Visitors to the airline’s website thaiairways.com can book flights online throughout the region including Bangkok to Bali flights, as well as to THAI’s 12 destinations in Europe and 3 in the Middle East. A flight from Bangkok to London or direct flights from Thailand to Australia, for example, are just a few clicks away once at the site.

They can also search for great deals on flights to Thailand, book domestic flights within Thailand operated by THAI and its subsidiary THAI Smile, book accommodation worldwide, purchase travel insurance, arrange airport transfers in over 120 countries and more. The holiday product of Royal Orchid Holidays is also featured on the site, as is a section on THAI’s customer loyalty program Royal Orchid Plus.

Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali is renowned for its glorious beaches which are a major reason the island welcomes millions of international visitors each year. A major reason undoubtedly, but not the only reason. Bali also boasts a rich and diverse culture that is evident everywhere from the daily offerings seen placed by locals along the streets to colourful events and processions, world-class health and spa retreats, great shopping and great eating, exotic sightseeing and soft adventure opportunities, excellent diving in waters abundant with coral and marine life, stunning scenic vistas of terraced rice paddies nestled among jungle-clad hills and, of course, the warm and welcoming Balinese people themselves.

Among Bali’s numerous beaches, the most well-known on the tourism scene include Nusa Dua, Sanur, Kuta, Seminyak and Jimbaran.

With its enclave of various 5-star resorts lined up along the beach, including international brands like Sofitel, Grand Hyatt, Conrad and Courtyard by Marriott, Nusa Dua is positioned as an ‘all-inclusive’ tourist destination within itself. Along with the luxury accommodation, tourists staying here will find in the area a shopping complex, an 18-hole golf course, a museum, temples and other attractions. This is a wonderful choice of location for honeymooners and families, in particular.

Bali’s earliest beach resort area, Sanur offers a relaxed and laidback ambiance and as a former fishing village has managed to retain much of its charm, making it a favourite with many holidaymakers. The world-class hotels and beachfront resorts share the coastline with restaurants, shops and bars, which are great to explore when not lounging by the pool or on the beach. Much the opposite is Kuta Beach, a few minutes from the island’s airport and what is pretty much Bali’s most famous locale. With its own plentiful choice of hotels and resorts, Kuta bustles both by day and by night with much in the way of tourist activities on offer and a vibrant nightlife scene.

Needless to say, Kuta Beach is particularly popular with the younger tourist crowd. As is nearby Legian Beach where as much a drawcard as the white sandy beach is the nightlife.