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How to get to Bali, Indonesia from Manila

How to get to Bali from Manila, Philippines

Bali, the “Island of the Gods” is famous for a lot of things including its swathes of unspoiled beaches, exotic temples, endless food choices, and Balinese culture which is steeped on otherworldly tradition focusing mainly on art and religion.

How to get to Bali, Indonesia from Manila
How to get to Bali, Indonesia from Manila

Getting around the city is never a hassle because of their local transportation, from bus, minibusses or bemo, and a motorbike. It is one of the most famous island of Indonesia and is bustling with tropical destinations.

Experiencing the outdoors of Bali is definitely a must-try for every traveler and planning to go out of town soon. You’ll never ran out of cafes, shopping areas, and cultural wonders, and adventures as well. Check out our previous article: Bali Budget Travel Guide: Itinerary, Places to Stay, Things to do and More.

Manila to Bali Inaugural Flight with AirAsia PH CEO CaptainDexter Comendador
Manila to Bali Inaugural Flight with AirAsia PH CEO CaptainDexter Comendador

This being said, this paradise should be on your bucket list ASAP, as Bali is AirAsia Philippine’s newest international destination from Manila with flights departing daily from NAIA Terminal 3.

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Manila to Bali Inaugural Flight Ceremony in Bali
Manila to Bali Inaugural Flight Ceremony in Bali

This exciting Manila-Bali route started in January 19 following the launch of Manila – Jakarta in January 9, and Manila – Ho Chi Minh City in November 17.

AirAsia is proud to be a truly Asean (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) airline with established operations based in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, India, and Japan, servicing a network stretching across all Asean countries and beyond. The only airline group that fly direct to all ten Asean countries.

Sunset in Bali
Sunset in Bali

They also take pride in its signature low fares, superb service, and massive connectivity, and now, AirAsia hopes to bring Bali and the rest of the best island destinations across ASEAN including Boracay, Palawan, Bohol and many others closer together for everyone to enjoy.

Rice Terraces in Bali
Rice Terraces in Bali

Not only that, the airline is also looking at launching Bangkok flights this 2Q to expand their Asean network which also includes Manila/Cebu to Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu and Cebu – Singapore.

AirAsia unveils “I Love Asean” aircraft livery

AirAsia, the leading and largest low-cost carrier in Asia, services the most extensive network with over 120 destinations. Within 15 years of operations, AirAsia has carried over 350 million guests and grown its fleet from just two aircraft to over 170.

AirAsia is the first airline that carries the ASEAN flag in addition to the national flags in its aircraft.

AirAsia Asean Livery
AirAsia Asean Livery

To mark its 50th founding anniversary last year, and as a tribute to Asean, AirAsia unveiled an “I Love Asean” aircraft livery showcasing designs inspired by textiles, architecture, art and nature from all 10 Asean nations – batik cetak from Malaysia, poom khao bin from Thailand, ulos Batak from Indonesia, tapis from the Philippines, tr?ng ??ng from Vietnam, kbach pka Chan from Cambodia, Lao phouthai from Laos, chate from Myanmar, jongsarat Brunei from Brunei, and Vanda Miss Joaquim from Singapore.

The “I love Asean” aircraft is operated by AirAsia Philippines.

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