Monday, February 24, 2014

Garuda Indonesia : First Class

With Garuda Indonesia's First Class Experience, one can enjoy nothing but the best treatment every step of the way on their journey, even before they board the flight. The First Class Experience offered by Garuda Indonesia ensures that every initiative is taken to give each passenger a first class experience throughout. This includes a limousine service to chauffeur you from your doorstep, to an exclusive reception at the airport (now available in Jakarta).

On board, expect only the finest and personalized in-flight service by well trained stewards, apart from the luxuries such as a 180 degree recline (full flat bed), a personal storage and a meal table that can accommodate 2 people, just to name a few. Apart from all those, First Class passengers get complimentary in-flight connectivity, allowing them to stay connected even in the air. The First Class experience also includes exclusive amenity kit and toiletries from Loewe. 

Boasting a first class dining experience, a Chef on Board will have a menu dialogue with the guest and prepare meals in the aircraft according to their preferences. They also offer a range of different cuisine such as Indonesian, Japanese and European, just to make sure everyone has an option to choose from. 

Their Indonesian menu features locally infused dishes such as Gado-gado and Indonesian Oxtail Soup. These local flavors are brought on board to compliment each aspect of their First Class Experience. 

Other options such as Japanese are also available, which includes cold starters such as Somen Noodle Soup and mains like Asparagus Beef Wraps served on the finest kitchenware from Japan. 

The option of having European cuisine in air also also available, serving up Grilled Lamb Cutlet, Duck Confit and Seared Black Cod as their mains. Of course, accompanying these delectable courses are the finest French Champagnes, Old and New World Wines and the freshest squeezed juices. 

Garuda's First Class currently flies to and from Jakarta, Seoul, Melbourne, Sydney, Hong Kong, London, Beijing, Narita, Osaka, just to name a few. For more information, you can head on to

This was an invited media session.

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