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AirAsia to Increase Flights to Lombok, Indonesia

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[HD video below] High demand for flights on the Kuala Lumpur Lombok route has inspired AirAsia to increase its frequency, bringing the total number of flights from 3x to 4x weekly starting 28 January 2013.

 The Kuala Lumpur Lombok flights, soon to be available on Mondays as well (currently on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays only), is open for booking with promotional all-in fares from as low as RM189.

The promotion is open for booking until 16 December 2012, for travel between 4 March and 31 May 2013.

Lombok is fast gaining in popularity. It is one of Indonesias hidden gems, blessed with a plethora of spectacular scenery which satisfies diverse holiday preferences.

Outdoor lovers can embark on adventurous trips to explore the mighty Mt. Rinjani or Tropical Forest & Animal Reserve, while honeymooners will are likely to find the untouched sandy beaches at Senggigi and the surrounding Gili Island as perfect romantic retreats.

For those who seek escapism, Lombok is a perfect spot for snorkeling and diving, with a dreamlike and picture perfect underwater world.

Lombok (Indonesia) Tourism and Hotels - HD Video Interview

Interview with Stephane Servin General Manager of The Santosa Villas and Resort in Lombok, Indonesia, AND Chairman of the Lombok Hotels Association, at JATA Tourism Forum and Travel Showcase 2012 in Tokyo, Japan.

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