Once a quiet, remote island, Bali is now a thriving tourist destination with amazing sunsets, tropical rainforests, fantastic shopping and luxury resorts, but at over 12 hours flight time from the UK travelling in business class to Bali is essential to begin and end your luxury holiday in style and comfort. Why waste half your holiday getting over jetlag or returning to the UK feeling like you need another break when you can enjoy the perks of business class flights to Bali and ensure you make the most of your time.
At Just Fly Business, we make the process of booking your business class flights to Bali simple and hassle-free. Our team of knowledgeable consultants use specially negotiated contracts with the airlines to save you time and money. At only a phone call away, you could be holidaying in this amazing place sooner than you think.
The island of Bali in Indonesia often stirs up thoughts of paradise and our unprecedented personal service enables those dreams to be turned into reality. Glissading through the skies on one of our business class flights to Bali has never been so accessible and affordable.
One of our dedicated travel consultants will meticulously invest their time, knowledge and expertise in ensuring your trip is satisfying and without aggravation. Whether you are indulging in a luxury holiday or need to go away on business, every requirement from car hire to airport transfers is tailor-made for your contentment.
Pura Besakih (Mother Temple of Besakih)
Bali’s rich temple heritage is exemplified by this magnificent edifice – the most important temple complex in Bali. The Pura Besakih constitutes an array of temples amass with statues of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. The bordering mountainous scenery is equally as breathtaking.
Goa Gojah translates simply as ‘Elephant Cave’. Dating back to the 11th century, this fascinating archaeological structure was originally built as a place for meditation. Its name is inspired from the inscribing of a demon at the entrance that possesses ears similar to that of the largest land mammal on Earth. The interior of the cave is home to an ancient bathing pool that was unearthed in 1954 as well as an array of Hindu statues depicting revered deity Ganesha, a remover of obstacles and disaster and a God of wisdom and intelligence.
Tanah Lot Temple
Amidst the serrated rocky landscape and a cacophony of raucous waves stands the 16th century Tanah Lot – one of the island’s most significant sea temples. Renowned for its spectacular panoramic views and amorous sunsets, this must-see landmark is inundated with both locals and tourists on a daily basis. The Tanah Lot is included on most tours to Bali’s western and central regions.
Bali Bomb Memorial
This poignant memorial was positioned on the site of Paddy’s Pub which was wiped out during the deadly attacks in 2002 which claimed the lives of 202 people. An exquisitely carved stone is set alongside a substantial marble plaque which carries the names and nationalities of those whose existence was taken on that fateful evening. This emotive spectacle pulls on the heartstrings, particularly when illuminated at night.
Holidays to Bali are not complete without a visit to its perfect beaches and coral reefs. Awash with surfers and fabulous sunsets, Balian Beach is the ideal spot to unwind away from the hustle of Bali and experience the laid-back ambience of this beautiful location.
Sky Garden Lounge
This multilevel enterprise attracts the finest DJ’s on the planet with its rooftop bar the summit of this revolutionary project. As you elevate to its highest point, you can investigate the different scenes on each level which comprise a total of eight pubs and clubs, all under one roof. If the groovy beats, fantastic value buffets and ice cold beers can’t tempt you, then its reputation as holding the best parties in Bali surely can.
Bali Treetop Adventure Park
Adrenaline junkies can soar to the free-swinging outdoors of this intrepid attraction, sitting just inside of the national park. It has been designed with multiple courses encompassing a variety of difficult levels whilst individuals or groups venture from tree to tree. As your courage rises, don’t forget to take in the stunning rainforest backdrop and jungle scenery.
Puri Lukisan Museum
Blessed with sumptuous gardens, this museum situated in Ubud showcases a fine exhibition of Balinese art. A range of classical and contemporary work is on display, enabling you to learn about the history and culture of this town where the modern Balinese art movement began.
Mantra Sakala Resort & Beach Club
The spectacular oceanfront setting makes for inspiring meetings and conferences. This five star resort offers a variety of classy venues, ranging from the modern splendour of the Sakala Ballroom to six smaller meeting rooms.
This deluxe hideaway has a fully furnished conference room complete with all mod cons and state-of-the-art audio and visual aids. A theatre-style conference can seat up to 25 persons or can be set up as a formal boardroom, holding up to 14 people.
Anantara Seminyak Bali Resort
This boutique sanctuary offers a fantastic professional service with their event team overseeing every phase of the process. A choice of four unique venues provides you with the privileged choice of deciding whether to hold your function indoors or outdoors.
The South of Bali is where the country’s airport is situated meaning this region is most popular with tourists and the ideal location if you are required to attend a conference. There are many alternative places to explore nearby ranging from the hectic areas of Kuta and Seminyak to the tranquil spots of Canggu and Sanur. Dependent on what you desire, there is a little bit of everything for almost everyone.
If the prospect of over 12 hours in a plane isn’t enough to make you want to book business class seats to Bali, then take a look at what other benefits come with flying in the business class cabin.
With dedicated check-in desks and fast-track through security, you arrive into the business class lounge with, a quiet and comfortable environment that makes your holiday feel like it’s already started. With complimentary food and beverages, spacious interiors with ample seating, complimentary Wi-Fi and often extras such as spa facilities or children’s play areas, you can relax away from the crowds.
Onboard, the smaller and quieter cabin size is complemented by the business class seats having space to be able to stretch out with more than enough for yourself and your personal items. Converting into a fully flat bed to ensure a good sleep will have you arriving refreshed, relaxed and ready for your holiday. Combined with luxury amenities from some of the world’s leading brands, extensive in-flight entertainment and a seasonal a-la-carte menu curated by top chefs, your business class flights to Bali become much more than just getting from A to B.
Many airlines offer flights from the UK to Bali with connections in their hub cities. The 5 star airlines of Garuda Indonesia, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines all offer exceptional premium products to their passengers with only one connection in the respective cities of Medan, Doha, Hong Kong and Singapore.
With so many options, contact the specialists at Just Fly Business on 020 8417 1366. Our team can find you the perfect option to suit your dates, budget and preferences.
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