The sophisticated elegance and refined level of service you’ll experience on flights from Oslo to Bali with Qatar Airways are what make ours a winning formula for luxury air travel. During your flight you’ll be offered a selection of award-winning services, as well as having plenty of legroom and being served delicious in-flight cuisine worthy of a boutique hotel. By the time you arrive in Bali you’ll be totally relaxed and refreshed, and ready to enjoy your time in this paradise island.
Bali is known as the ‘Island of the Gods’ because of its breathtaking natural beauties. The landscape of volcanic hills surrounded by crystal-clear waters and colourful coral reefs is simply stunning, and the diving and surfing opportunities attract visitors from around the world. There are also many cultural and historic attractions, and in the cities you’ll find plenty of the modern conveniences which make this the ideal holiday destination.
Oslo Airport is not just a transport hub, but thanks to its extensive art exhibitions and displays, practically an art gallery too! Qatar Airways flights from Oslo take you from this northern location to a number of Middle Eastern destinations. Located just 19 miles from the centre of Oslo at Gardermoen, the airport offers passengers a smooth, relaxed and distinctly Scandinavian experience.
Transportation and parking
The Airport Express Train (Flytoget) takes approximately 20 minutes to get to the airport and stops at various locations along the way. The Norwegian State Railway also runs services from Skien, Oslo, Lillehammer and Trondheim.
The Airport Express Coach (SAS Flybussen) runs from Oslo’s city centre to the airport every 20 minutes, while the NOR-WAY Bus Express (Flybussekspressen) and Nettbuss also run from a number of locations to the main terminal. A dozen taxi companies operate services to and from the airport. Parking is available with 19,755 spaces spread across two covered and six outdoor parking areas.
Arriving in Oslo
Qatar Airways flights from Oslo depart from Hall 3 in the main terminal. Be aware that the airport is known as a "silent" airport, so announcements for flights are only done in the immediate vicinity of the gate.
Check the departures’ boards on arrival into the main entrance to locate the correct area of the terminal for your flight.
Facilities and amenities
The main terminal has a good selection of fashion and accessories outlets, including high-end luxury goods, perfume and duty-free shops. There is a heavy emphasis on Norwegian goods, including food.
A variety of food outlets offer delicious treats including pastries, snack foods and light bites. Two hours of free Wi-Fi is available for all passengers, and facilities such are baby changing areas are also available.
The largest city and the capital of the beautiful island of Bali, Denpasar is a stunning blend of ancient and modern. From spectacular monuments and tranquil parks to glittering skyscrapers, it’s a friendly city that welcomes both business and leisure travellers.
Full of temples and palaces, there is plenty to see and do in this busy city. Book a flight to Denpasar with Qatar Airways and you’ll find a city that many tourists overlook as a destination in its own right.
If you pause for a while and explore Denpasar you’ll discover an authentic glimpse of life in Bali away from the usual tourist resorts and hotels, and an incredibly warm and friendly welcome from its people.
At the very centre of the city (quite literally) is the Alun-Alun Puputan square, with its huge, four-faced statue, which is supposed to defend the four cardinal points of the compass. It’s also an incredibly useful landmark if you get lost at any time.
To find out more about the history and culture of the island and its people a visit to the Bali Museum is highly recommended. It is spread across four pavilions, with the main pavilion housing a collection of ancient stone, bronze and wooden artefacts.
The southern pavilion has exhibitions of the country’s textiles, while the northern pavilion focuses on the history of Balinese performance art. The central pavilion is devoted to Balinese spirituality.
The Lapangan Puputan Margarana park is a large open space in the heart of the city. You can’t miss the huge Bajra Sandhi monument, which dominates the park.
Bali’s capital is also full of temples that are exquisitely decorated, including the Palace of Satria and the Royal Temples, and the beautiful Pura Maospahit, which is believed to date back to the 14th century.
Flights to Denpasar with Qatar Airways land at Ngurah Rai International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure. Before you fly to Denpasar please check the visa and passport requirements.
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