Get cheap flights from Manila to Bali, Indonesia! AirAsia now offers cheap fares and flight promos for your Manila to Bali, Indonesia flights. Take advantage of this upcoming Holy Week holiday and travel with cheap tickets for your Manila to Bali flights now!
Get direct flights from Manila to Bali on AirAsia this Holy Week 2023. There are many airlines going to Bali from Manila, both non-stop and layover flights. Other airlines that we offer for this route include full service carriers like Philippine Airlines (PAL), Malindo (Batik Air), Malaysia Airlines, Garuda Indonesia and Singapore Airlines. With these legacy airlines, you get to fly in luxury and style. If you prefer no-frills flying, in addition to AirAsia, you can also fly on budget carriers like Jetstar and Scoot.
People often ask how many hours is the flight from Manila to Bali. The route travel time for direct flights from Manila to Bali, Indonesia is only 4 hours. If you choose to fly with a layover, your Manila to Bali flight hours may increase depending on your transit time. There are many benefits with layovers. If your transit time is long enough, you can get out of the airport for a quick tour of the city. Some of the best layover cities include Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta. With the AirAsia MOVE, you’ll definitely get the best Manila to Bali, Indonesia ticket price.
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What is the cheapest price for Manila to Bali?
The cheapest price for Manila-Bali flights starts at -
If I want to get a direct flight from Manila to Bali, which airlines are available for booking?
You can fly directly from Manila to Bali with .
How long does it usually take to fly from Manila to Bali?
A non-stop flight from Manila to Bali takes around -.
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What is the name of the airport in Bali?
The name of the airport in Bali is Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, Denpasar (airport code: DPS).
Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali is a popular holiday destination with tourists from all over the world. Choose to explore beautiful temples, visit lush rice terraces and watch kecak dance performances with spectacular views when you visit this magical island. Here are some of the must-visit attractions in Bali:
This Balinese Hindu temple is situated on a cliff and overlooks the Indian Ocean. Most people visit Uluwatu to watch the kecak dance performances at sunset.
Located in the heart of Ubud, this beautiful Balinese royal palace is also known as Puri Saren Agung and showcases Balinese architecture. The temple also hosts cultural performances for visitors. Visitors can also check out the local markets near the temple.
Located in Gianyar Regency, the Bali Zoo is a popular tourist attraction for families with children. At the zoo, visitors will get to see Sumatran elephants, orangutans and Komodo dragons.
Located on the shores of Lake Beratan, Ulun Danu is a floating Hindu temple that boasts magnificent views of the mountains and lake.
This famous rice terrace in Ubud features a lush terraced landscape and is a famous spot for those wanting Instagram-worthy photos.