Denpasar (Bali) Flights resume on 1 December 2017.

The following Denpasar (Bali) flights resume on 1 December 2017.

TG431   Bangkok-Denpasar    08.50 - 14.15
TG432   Denpasar-Bangkok    16.10 - 19.25



Passengers travelling during 27 November - 10 December 2017 can waive fees for rebooking to the new date within the ticket validity, rerouting to arrive/depart from Jakarta or request a refund.

To rebook, reroute or a request a refund, passengers may contact nearest THAI offices or contact THAI Contact Center at Tel. +66 2 356 1111

Passengers are advised to check THAI website regularly for updates.


THAI Contact

Thai Airways International Denpasar
Ticketing and Reservation : +62 (0) 361 288141
Office hours : Monday – Friday : 08.00-17.00
Closed : Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday
Email : denpasar.customer@thaiairways.com

Thai Airways International, Denpasar Airport
THAI Service Desk is located on 2nd Floor, 12.00-16.00
 
Thai Airways International Jakarta
Ticketing and Reservation : +62 (0) 21 390 3588
Office hours : Monday – Friday : 08.00-17.00
Closed : Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday
Email : jkt.ticketing@thaiairways.com

Thai Airways International Call Center, Bangkok, Thailand (24 hours) +66 (0) 2 356 1111


Ministry of Foreign Affairs Contact

Hotline of Royal Thai Embassy, Jakarta Tel: +62 811 186253
Facebook of Royal Thai Embassy, Jakarta: Facebook.com/rtejakarta



Last updated: 30 November 2017, 16.15hrs (GMT +8)

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  • Prix doux THAI Thailande et Birmanie 17-20 fevrier 2017

Kota Kinabalu - Intro

When you mention Kota Kinabalu, most people may exclaim “ah!” with recognition. This place is a paradise for nature lovers, whether you are fascinated by the forests of Borneo—home of orangutans—or want to challenge yourself to conquer Mount Kinabalu. Perhaps you like relaxing on the beach or exploring underwater worlds? Or how about learning about the culture of indigenous people? Located only a few hours away from Thailand, Kota Kinabalu provides a vacation like no other. 

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Kota Kitabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu, often abbreviated to just KK, is the capital of Sabah in Malaysia and located on the island of Borneo. The resort town is popular tourists from all over Malaysia, and throughout the world. Revenue from oil and manufacturing industry helped to boost the local economy, leading to the opening of shopping centres and other recreational areas. Accommodation of all types are available, from luxury five star brands to beautiful resorts on a private beach. The languages spoken are Malay, English and Chinese. Here, there are only two seasons, summer and the monsoon, though year round travel is possible with January-March having the best weather due to low precipitation and a cooler climate.

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Downtown Kota Kinabalu may seem like a regular city, but if you take the small alleyways and observe things away form the main road, you’ll find its true charm. Amongst the large shopping malls and luxury condominiums that have sprung up on the busy throughways, locals live their lives indifferent to a world driven by modern technology. Traditional lifestyles pair easily with urban growth and modernisation, a relationship easily observed in the vibrant atmosphere of a wet market filled with produce and freshly caught seafood, whereby fishmongers hustle to transport their goods against time.
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Kota Kitabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu, often abbreviated to just KK, is the capital of Sabah in Malaysia and located on the island of Borneo. The resort town is popular tourists from all over Malaysia, and throughout the world. Revenue from oil and manufacturing industry helped to boost the local economy, leading to the opening of shopping centres and other recreational areas. Accommodation of all types are available, from luxury five star brands to beautiful resorts on a private beach. The languages spoken are Malay, English and Chinese. Here, there are only two seasons, summer and the monsoon, though year round travel is possible with January-March having the best weather due to low precipitation and a cooler climate.

BKI, bla bla

Downtown Kota Kinabalu may seem like a regular city, but if you take the small alleyways and observe things away form the main road, you’ll find its true charm. Amongst the large shopping malls and luxury condominiums that have sprung up on the busy throughways, locals live their lives indifferent to a world driven by modern technology. Traditional lifestyles pair easily with urban growth and modernisation, a relationship easily observed in the vibrant atmosphere of a wet market filled with produce and freshly caught seafood, whereby fishmongers hustle to transport their goods against time.
prix-doux-15-17fevrier-chiangMai

Kota Kitabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Kota Kinabalu, often abbreviated to just KK, is the capital of Sabah in Malaysia and located on the island of Borneo. The resort town is popular tourists from all over Malaysia, and throughout the world. Revenue from oil and manufacturing industry helped to boost the local economy, leading to the opening of shopping centres and other recreational areas. Accommodation of all types are available, from luxury five star brands to beautiful resorts on a private beach. The languages spoken are Malay, English and Chinese. Here, there are only two seasons, summer and the monsoon, though year round travel is possible with January-March having the best weather due to low precipitation and a cooler climate.

BKI, bla bla

Downtown Kota Kinabalu may seem like a regular city, but if you take the small alleyways and observe things away form the main road, you’ll find its true charm. Amongst the large shopping malls and luxury condominiums that have sprung up on the busy throughways, locals live their lives indifferent to a world driven by modern technology. Traditional lifestyles pair easily with urban growth and modernisation, a relationship easily observed in the vibrant atmosphere of a wet market filled with produce and freshly caught seafood, whereby fishmongers hustle to transport their goods against time.
Route Départ       Arrivée Jour N° de vol

Bangkok - Kota Kinabalu

07.50

12.10

lun, mar, jeu, sam

WE:TG2421

13.40

18.00

mer, ven, dim

WE:TG2421

Kota Kinabalu - Bangkok

13.00

15.00

M, Tue, Thu, Sat

WE:TG2422

19.00

21.15

Wed, Fri, Sun

WE:TG2422


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