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Garuda Indonesia gives Parents a Big Break

Media Release – Garuda Indonesia – February 2005

Garuda Indonesia gives Parents a Big Break with $499 kid’s fares to Bali and extra-value ‘Family Packages’

Garuda Indonesia is giving parents a big break with special $499* children’s fares.

Combined with adult packages from $1099^ also being launched this month, there has never been a better time for families to visit Bali.

New Zealand Sales Manager of Garuda Indonesia Ms Deanna Mihaljevich says that Bali prides itself on being a truly ‘Family Friendly’ island.

“Parents can easily arrive home from holidays exhausted from running after excited, energetic children,” says Ms Mihaljevich.

“Seeing the need of families to enjoy their break together, but also for parents to find the rest they need to unwind and recharge themselves, Bali resorts are happy to arrange inexpensive babysitting within the resort complex.

“Additionally, many resorts have Kids Clubs. The Clubs have busy programmes of arts, crafts, swimming, and cultural exploration – the children love it, and parents have time to spend together,” she says.

Families can enjoy daytrips to the large variety of entertainment venues in Bali. With options including the beautiful Butterfly Park, elephant trekking, go carting, snorkelling adventures and the world-class Waterbom Park, where children and adults can enjoy the fun of water slides and rides with the safety of Australian-trained Life Guards, there is no shortage of fun to be had in Bali.

Garuda Orient Holidays has developed a wide range of family-friendly holiday packages, incorporating the special $499 kid’s fare.

For example, Garuda Orient Holidays is offering two adults and one child six nights at the Garden View Cottages in Legian from just $2699ʞ. This package includes breakfast daily, and a free Kintamani Volcano tour for the family. Two adults with two children stay with the same package from just $3335ʞ.

For a more luxurious holiday, Garuda Orient Holidays has arranged a very special family price at the Sheraton Laguna, located in Bali’s premier resort area of Nusa Dua. The package, including a room upgrade and free buffet meals for all children when accompanied by paying adults, is available from $3599# for two adults and one child, or $4679# for two adults with two children.

Families should not delay though – “The special children’s fares are available for travel until the end of June, but must be purchased before the end of February,” says Ms Mihaljevich.

Call Garuda Indonesia now on 0508-GARUDA, or contact your travel agent to discuss these packages further.

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*Children’s accompanying return flight $499 for travel until 13 April, and $599 14 April to 25 June 2005.. Prices are ex Auckland and are not inclusive of taxes. Sales until 28 February. Conditions apply.

^ Adult packages from $1099 per person twin share for departures to 31 March and from $1199 per person twin share for departures 24 April –18 June. Prices are ex Auckland and not inclusive of taxes. Sales until 20 April. Conditions apply.

ʞ $2699 2xAdult 1xChild; $3335 for 2xAdult 2xChild at the Garden View Cottages – rates based on the Child/Children being under 15 years old. 2Adt/1Chd price based on a Std Room with the child in a rollaway bed. 2Adt/2Chd price based on either a mezzanine or family room. Available 05Feb-31Mar05, packages $200 additional 01Apr05 – 18Jun05.

# Child Rates are based on the Child/Children being under 15 years old. 2Adt/1Chd price based on a Deluxe Garden View Room, the child gets a rollaway bed. 2Adt/2Chd price based on 2 Deluxe Garden View Rooms with the 2nd room at 50% discount. BONUS: Free upgrade from a Deluxe Garden View to a Deluxe Lagoon View Room. Kids under 15 eat free at all buffets when eating with full paying adults (including breakfast prepaid in NZ prior to departure).

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