Bali will become a new destination for malindo airlines this coming year. What a great destination Bali is. A very beautiful place too. Sticking to its expansion plans Malindo Air is due to offer flights to and from Bali. So what has bali got to offer travellers. First off, the co-ordinates of Bali is located in the South Pacific and is a provence/state of Indonesia.
Bali is one of Indonesia's largest tourist destination and is famous for its highly evolved arts and culture which includes music, painting, modern dance, metalworking, sculpture and leather. There has been growth in the last couple of years as tourism has spiked up. Australian's are one of the Bali's top customers. The focal tourist destinations are the beach township of Kuta, and its outer suburbs of Seminyak and Legian which was once seperate towns. Also there is the east coast township of Sanur (before the only tourist centre), in the middle of the island is Ubud, to the south of the International Airport Ngurah Rai Jimbaran (soon to be host to Malindo Air), and the lasted development of Pecatu and Nusa Dua.
The island of Bali was ranked second best Island in the world just after Greece and took out the Lesure and Travel 2010 award for best Island.
Highlights: *Children to get 50% off on all Malindo Airlines flights * KL-Miri sector suspension (It's only temporary, says Malindo Airways) * Malindo achieves a huge traffic increase at Subang Airport *
Malindo air will serve Penang and Langkawi and from both Kuala Lumpur airports *
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Carrier looks at establishing new base at Kota Kinabalu *
Malindo Airlines domestic market share should reach 9% *
MAS records large gains in local traffic and load factor *
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