Cheap First Class Flights to Indonesia

Indonesia First Class OffersBook By 29 May 2024
Departing AirlineTravel datesPrice
London Garuda Indonesian Ai18 Jan 2024 - 28 Jun 2024fr£4188.00
Manchester Emirates05 Dec 2023 - 23 May 2024fr£4378.00
London Emirates25 Apr 2024 - 31 Aug 2024fr£6399.00
London Malaysia Airlines05 Dec 2023 - 23 May 2024fr£6691.00
London Malaysia Airlines18 Jan 2024 - 28 Jun 2024fr£6841.00
Manchester Emirates08 Jan 2024 - 17 Jun 2024fr£7673.00
London Singapore Airlines15 Dec 2023 - 28 May 2024fr£10395.00
Flights to First Class£10395

From the luxurious all-inclusive resorts and culinary-focused escapes to journeys into the spiritual, cultural and off the beaten path, Indonesia never ceases to amaze. This fascinating country comprises more than 17,000 islands scattered in the Pacific Ocean and is home to over 267 million people. The beauty of scenic natural landscapes ranging from the untouched beaches, perfectly rugged mountains and glassy lakes, to lush rainforests, active volcanoes and bustling cities makes it a must-visit destination.

Culture seekers will love exploring Indonesia's capital - Jakarta. It's a busy city with a population of over 10 million people. Here, you'll be able to explore traditional street markets, ride a tuk-tuk, enjoy the best bars with beautiful views and visit various museums, including the National Museum of Indonesia, which has the most extensive collection of Hindu-Buddhist art of ancient Indonesia.

Since Indonesia is the biggest archipelagic (consisting of a chain of islands) country in the world, it offers incredible marine wildlife. A visit to the Islands of Bunaken National Marine Park is a must for every nature enthusiast. Here you can snorkel with Hawksbill turtles, dolphins, rays, barracudas and even see sea snakes. The park's deep waters offer fantastic visibility and some of the world's most biodiverse marine life.

When it's time to broaden your taste buds, head to Bali, a foodie paradise. The island's culinary scene is booming. From the famous Southeast Asian stir-fried rice, curry, deep-fried tofu, to skewered chicken served with flavourful peanut sauce, you'll be satisfied. There's also plenty of Balinese cooking classes to try; from organic farm cooking, chocolate making to vegetarian Bali fusion cooking class, the options are endless.

If your goal is to de-stress and unwind, then why not try a wellness retreat in Ubud. Immerse yourself in ancient restorative practices, healthy food, yoga and meditation. Absorb the tranquillity and soak up the sun, while practising body and mind nourishing techniques, surrounded by beautiful and peaceful Balinese landscapes.

To sum up, Indonesia offers everything from spectacular wildlife, beaches, food to outdoor adventures. It's a must-visit destination for families, solo travellers and groups of friends.

Why Fly First Class?

So why fly first class to Indonesia? In first class, comfort is taken to a whole new level with top-notch amenities and award-winning service.

After skipping the queue with priority check-in, relax and enjoy a five-star dinner service or treat yourself to a drink in the first class lounge. The first class lounge is a tranquil place to relax before your flight.

Onboard, sink into your comfy leather seat (that is easily converted into a fully-flat bed when it's time to sleep), help yourself to a drink from chilled refreshments cabinet and choose how to spend your time. Whether you want to relax watching the latest films and most popular TV shows on an extra-large screen, or catch up on work with free WiFi, the choice is yours.

Once you're feeling hungry, the Michelin-starred chef will prepare your meal precisely to your liking, with fresh ingredients and personal recommendations to suit your taste. There's also fine wine, beers and spirits available to enjoy.

Finally, freshen up with an exclusive amenity kit. Inside the bag you’ll find everything from lip balm, body lotion to designer pyjamas. It’s a significant component of the first class experience.

Overall, flying first class is truly fabulous.

Popular Routes

Unfortunately, at this time, there are no direct flights from the UK to Indonesia available. All routes involve at least one international stop and airline change. The typical stop would be in Singapore with Singapore Airlines or Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with Malaysia Airlines.

The average flight time to Indonesia is at least 15 hours: 13 hours to Singapore, plus 2 hours connecting flight to Indonesia. However, some airlines could take as long as 41 hours based on the stopover destination and waiting duration.

Book Your First Class Flight to Indonesia Today

So if you want to travel to Indonesia in luxury and style, first class flights are the way to go. Be sure to view our range of first class flights to Indonesia here at Globehunters, and feel free to contact our professional team of travel consultants who can help bring your dream vacation to life.