All Bali Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
Am particularly excited to visit Frankfurt...
The second leg is 35 hours long...
Trying in Langkawi is much easier than driving on UK roads - the roads there are a lot wider. Yeah, bag snatching still is a very big problem in KL. The problem there is petty crime is too random and can turn violent too often. Lots of night markets around Langkawi as well. This bakery is worth a visit - https://www.langkawi-insight.com/langkawi_0000d9.htm The Loaf. Good selection of buns that are very tasty.
Yes we were in KL last year for few days before we flew to Kuching. Going to hire a car this time for Langkawi as its just like uk roads. Missed the night market last year but did do the street markets in KL. fabulous smells and sights and no bother even though we were warned about bag snatching etc on mopeds. Need to do sky bridge in Langkawi.
Too bad you're not longer in KL to experience more food and shopping. Langkawi itself is a paradise for duty free stuff, particularly beer and chocolates. Thanks to the exchange rate, you're probably looking at 50p per can of beer and you can get stronger stuff than what;s available in the UK. Seafood is pretty much universally great there and you can get around the island fairly easily using cabs. Try the grilled fish - known as ikan bakar in Malaysia. Lots of tourists around most times of the year and the locals pretty much all speak English. Some locals are even British/European people that have settled in Langkawi to run their pub or restaurant.
ive got the month of may booked off work, any tips on how you would go about building an itinerary like this??? thanks
Oh ok thanks for that.
There are no official star ratings for hotels and self catering, each company can make up it's own.
Great. Thank u x
The usual tbh kayak, skyscanner, booking, airbnb. Getting 4 stars are not hard/expensive to get.
Tesco had them for sale at RRP the other week what was £4... Personally the apple and cinnamon one is poor. Has no smell when lit.
Standard wiko pricing. Never been rrp.
I think these are better than rip off Yankee Candle - seem to notice the smell for longer...
Colour is too bright for me too, but what a great deal! Heat added
Also you can get a £10 gift card on £100 spend :) to far away from me but a great buy!
Honestly I did not rate Bali, you are better off saving a small fortune and flying to Turkey or Spain. If you are going that far go Vietnam or Thailand. But Cathay Pacific were my favourite airline, great food, good leg room, unlimited free booze and decent movies. I was sold.
Out of holiday season, so no help here! :-( And the "from" snippet is always a misleading statement ... as almost nothing ever fits the from bill!
Cathay Pacific is a premium airline that has a reputation of being one of the best airlines in the world (i.e. on par with Singapore, Emirates and so on). I have no idea if the commenter talking about their decline is correct, however. I find it hard to imagine that they could have dipped so much that they're nowon par with budget airlines.
Yea Ubud was my favorite place on Balid itself.
Enjoyment is subjective, I lived between London & Hongkong for four years 2012-2016 and have made several trips there since properly moving (back) to the UK. Cathay does have a big money problem, they hedged oil prices awfully -- far worse than other long-haul carriers. A mainland Chinese takeover is more likely than folding but one or the other has been on the cards for sometime. Take it from someone who has flown Hongkong - London many more times in the last 5 years than he can remember: Cathay have really nose-dived in that time. The service is dreadful; their slashing of prices has been accompanied by a slashing of quality. It's a tactical move to become seen as a budget option, rather than a more-premium option as they have been seen up until very recently. They aren't the only airline to have done this in order to keep passenger numbers up, but when stuck in economy a full 777 with Cathay service is not an experience to repeat (and since Cathay opted for budget flights their services are often completely full). These comments do not relate to Business class, which was still acceptable the last time (Feb17) I used it.
Yes, we flew with them to Lombok. I loved Lombok and Gili Air. Climbing Rinjani was brilliant too, although with a family the travelling around may not be very practical.
Flown Garuda to Bali 3 times in the last year, and always had 3 seats to myself on the way out. never seen any local dog showing signs of aggression etc... Your stopover in Jakarta should get you access to the International - > Domestic lounge as it's over 3 hours, ask for your invitation while checking in at Heathrow. Worth looking into domestic flight from Bali to Lombok (LOP), usually under £30 each way and consider visiting Kuta(Lombok), Senggigi and the Gili Islands..
I'm glad I'm inspiring people to look further than Spain for school holidays. You'll have a lovely time in Bali. If you/your family like cats please visit Villa Kitty in Ubud and spend some time with the kittens and cats. They have a Facebook page.
so we got a flight in the end :)) so for 4 of us at end of august, b&b for 12 nights... flights 1580 villa 550 parking @ Heathrow NCP 108 18 hour stopover in Singapore, so booked a hotel in Singapore for 120... so in total, more than the OP but a lot less than a lot of august hols in Spain... :))
A little advice for long haul flying; try not to sit in the centre row at the front of each cabin section.This is where they will place young families because the flight cots that the airlines provide bolt into the bulkhead at those points. Or just listen to music or watch films to drown out the crying lol
Decent price with the QR sale on at the moment
Damn them for being so poor!!
Love Bali! Went to Cambodia a few years ago but found the pervasive poverty off putting.. Edit:None of the dates working at this price.Please expire
Even parts of Vietnam are becoming more westernised now due to increased tourist levels. Cambodia hasn't got there yet so probably your best bet for unspoilt local culture.
Yep, done Thailand and Bali many years ago, Cambodia is on my Bucket List, with Vietnam
That's just not true though is it? If i wanted to fly from Bankok to Phuket next month then looking at Air Asia's website i would pay in the region of THB1000 PLUS taxes. For this you are paying JUST taxes. It's similar to Ryanairs European deals i guess as is really a 'deal'.
Anytime where? The instructions in the original post say all there is to say really.
This sounds great but I cant find any cheap flights, how much do they usually go for with taxes? looking for anytime in S
these flights are commonplace and common knowledge in the region and therefore it isn't really a 'deal'. anyone who's even stepped foot in the region or knows anyone in the region can tell you that these are normal prices that can be had all year round. cold from me mate.