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Bali At Your Fingertips

Media Release – Garuda Indonesia – June 2004

Bali At Your Fingertips

An award-winning guide to holidaying in Bali is now available in electronic form.

Just type in on your computer, and 100-pages of information, images, accommodation and travel options will appear.

Up until now, Garuda Orient Holiday’s ‘Bali on ANY budget’ has been available only in a booklet from travel agents. Because it is regarded as the definitive guide to planning a Bali trip, copies have always been highly prized and in short supply.

The e-brochure downloads quickly* and has the same layout as the printed version, which will still be available from travel agents (if you are quick).

‘Bali on ANY budget’ contains a myriad of holiday choices, ranging from budget airline and four-day accommodation packages to luxurious hideaways frequented by the rich and famous. It also provides substantial savings on sporting, cultural, shopping, honeymoon, nightlife, luxury and adventure holidays.

A benefit of the e-brochure is that it will be updated four times a year to include the latest prices. Consumers that download the original brochure will automatically receive notification of the update, so you’ll always have the most current information and pricing.

*The average brochure takes about 2-3 minutes to download on a standard 56k modem and 20-30 seconds via broadband.

Released by: Garuda Orient Holidays, Auckland New Zealand

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