As Garuda Indonesia begins non-stop flights to Bali, there has never been a better time to discover the Island of the Gods. Here ex-resident Mayya Goldfinch picks the Balinese highlights that keep her coming back for more.Continue reading…
Travelling away on a romantic Valentine’s break? Whether you’re off to the Seychelles or doing business in Berlin, our free Valentine events are just the ticket to make your journey extra-special.
From 12th to 14th February we’ll have a mime artist, a caricaturist and plenty of romantic music performances to help get you in the mood. Read on to see what’s happening when …Continue reading…
Ever heard a song, a voice or a phrase and been instantly transported to another time and place? Then you’ll know the power of sound to trigger a long-lost memory.
We asked sound-artist Nick Ryan to take you on a sonic journey around the world and help banish the winter blues. So headphones on, eyes closed and listen after the break – then let us know if he succeeded.
The Lunar New Year falls on February 5th this year, marking the high point of the world’s biggest Spring Festival. Whether or not you’re travelling east this year, here’s a chance to join in the celebrations — read on for your 2019 Chinese horoscope.
27th January to 3rd February
Get into the holiday mood at Heathrow! We’re celebrating the new Year of the Pig with a programme of traditional entertainments. Read on to see what’s happening on your date of travel.
Direct flights now operating with Garuda Indonesia
Here’s news to banish those winter blues. For the first time you’ll be able to board an aircraft in Britain and step off in beautiful Bali, Indonesia’s best-known paradise island.
So if you’ve ever been tempted by Bali’s idyllic scenery, tropical seas and friendly people — now there’s one more reason to visit in 2019.
Lunchtime is live music time every weekend in Terminal 2. Enjoy original sounds for free while you relax with a coffee at Caffè Nero in Arrivals.
February and March performers include Sharlette, Joe Slater, Rotem, Colourshop, Odette and James Lascelles.
Here’s the moment 100 people in wheelchairs hauled a 130-tonne airliner for 100 metres – earning themselves a Guinness World Record and helping to raise more than £16,000 for charity.