SkyTeam airline KLM is currently selling very cheap flights from Oslo to Bali. You’d only pay NOK 4,651 (~€435) if you fly without luggage, but even NOK 5,410 (~€506) with luggage is a very good price. Also, KLM’s seats are comfortable and meals and drinks are included.
There are rumors, that Indonesia is to let tourists enter the country starting September. Nevertheless, there isn’t an official date, so we recommend booking for as late as possible and directly on KLM’s website, as to reduce any risk and to have fewer problems, should a rebooking be necessary.
From Oslo, you would fly to Amsterdam (usually on a Boeing 737), and then fly to Singapore on a Boeing 777. You can either stay in Singapore for two hours and then continue to Bali on that same KLM plane, or select a longer layover and then continue with Garuda Indonesia.
By the way, this isn’t our only economy class deal from Oslo:
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The fare rules do not state an expiration date for this deal. The only restrictions are that you have to fly before December 15th, while respecting the minimum stay requirement of 3 days (or a Sunday). You can see the availability on Google Flights, but should then definitely book directly on KLM’s website.
Information & Tips for Bali
Bali is probably the most popular holiday island in Indonesia. While the metropolises of the country are more interesting for tourists that like the hustle and bustle, Bali offers a lot of recreation options with beaches and the rainforest.
Bali is one of the most expensive destinations in Asia when it comes to airfares from Europe. Here you have to be prepared to pay 400€ – 600€ for a return flight. Everything under 500€ is an excellent price for Bali.
Best Time to Visit
From May to October Bali is under the influence of the monsoon. It brings hot and dry air and a lot of rain. Therefore the dry season is the best travel time for Bali. Those who come to the island between May and October can look forward to good holiday weather without inconveniences.
From/to the airport
The main airport on the island is Denpasar. The resorts and hotels, however, are mostly further out. Many hotels offer transfers for their guests. Otherwise, it is advisable to take a taxi or organize a transfer yourself.
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