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Bali Guide

Airport Information

Bali has one airport that receives all incoming flights, called Ngurah Rai (Denpasar) International Airport.

Ngurah Rai Airport has two terminals in operation, one domestic and one international.

You can find a taxi rank outside the airport’s arrivals hall. Fares range between $7 AUD to $20 AUD, depending on your location. Alternatively, public buses are available every 15 minutes. In saying this, many hotels in Bali offer complimentary transportation to and from the airport. Be sure to check if your hotel offers this service before booking alternative transportation.

Travel Information

What Airlines Fly to Bali?

The main airlines that fly to Bali are Jetstar, Qantas, Virgin Australia, Scoot, Air Asia and Garuda Indonesia.

How Long Is the Flight to Bali?

The average flight time for direct flights to Bali is 4 hours 13 minutes.

What is the cheapest time to fly to Bali?

The cheapest time to fly to Bali is normally in the low seasons in February and November.

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Bali Tips

Bali is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Australians - a location that exudes natural beauty, vibrant culture, culinary delights, tropical resorts and thrilling nightlife. Whether you’re taking the family overseas for a relaxing holiday, travelling with your partner, your friends or solo, there’s something for everyone in Bali.

  • Much like other destinations through Asia, do not drink the tap water in Bali. Keep to sealed bottles (listen out for the crack of the seal upon opening), and it is also pertinent to avoid consuming fresh fruits and vegetables that have been washed in tap water.
  • Be respectful when visiting local temples and dress accordingly. Men and women will need to cover their legs.
  • There is more to Bali than Kuta. Travel to areas such as Ubud, Seminyak, Legian and Canggu for a Bali experience that isn’t as heavy on the clichés.
  • Avoid renting a scooter if it’s not covered in your travel insurance.
  • Australians no longer need a visa to visit if their Bali holiday is less than 30 days. Travellers will need an Australian passport (valid for six months from the date of arrival) to qualify for the visa exemption; Australian residency does not qualify.
  • Use your right hand to gesture; it is considered rude to use the left hand or foot.
  • Plan for the worst and pack food poisoning medication in case you come down with a case of Bali Belly.
  • Don’t write off spending extra time in Denpasar. It’s worth sticking around for a few extra days to discover Bali’s capital city. 

When Is the Best Time to Visit Bali?

Bali has a handful of high seasons, scattered through the year. The peak time for Australians using cheap flights to Bali as their holiday excuse is July, August, Easter and the weeks covering Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Unsurprisingly, these times are when crowds swell, and accommodation prices inflate as a result. July and August both sit within Bali’s dry season, which runs from May to October. The appeal of the dry season is summed up with decreased humidity, cool evening breezes, top surfing breaks, good diving conditions and sunny days. For travellers looking to take advantage of cheap return airfares to Bali, try to time your flights for May or June travel. These months are both still busy for tourism but don’t see the massive influx of the school holiday periods.

While a holiday to Bali during the island’s wet season (November to April) will undoubtedly leave your hair slightly frizzier thanks to the humidity, it also brings myriad of benefits. The crowds are thinner, and accommodation is cheaper. You won’t have to battle for reservations at the swankiest beach clubs or hottest restaurants, and you can probably nab one of the best poolside sunlounges at your hotel too. Plus, there are often an abundance of cheap Bali airfares. Just avoid travelling across the Christmas and New Years’ period.

What Is the Best Way to Get Around Bali?

For a quick and cheap transport option, consider hiring a scooter; rental costs about $5 AUD per day. Always wear a helmet when riding a scooter, and make sure your travel insurance policy covers you for this mode of transport. Booking a private driver is another popular option, costing on average $85 AUD for the day.

Other transportation options are taxis, as well as local and tourist buses, however the route options are more limited on the bus. One of the best companies to use is Blue Bird Taxi – look out for their blue cars with lights on the roof. Blue Bird Taxi also have an app you can download and request rides with. If using other taxi companies, be aware of common scams such as claims of a broken meter and scenic detours that cause prices to spike. Both are relatively inexpensive, with most local trips costing less than $10 AUD, however the price will depend on the distance to the destination.

Best Things to Do in Bali

Log Some Beach Time

Bali’s beaches are said to rival Australia’s finest stretches of sand and notching up some serious time on the beach is on many a Bali visitor’s agenda. Step away from the well-trodden sand of the main beaches in Kuta and Seminyak to less crowded shorelines such as Kelingking, Pasih Uug, Blue Point, Nyang Nyan and Green Bowl.

Tour a Volcano

The nature of Bali’s volcanoes may occasionally disrupt flight plans, but seeing these powerful peaks in all their glory is an incredible experience. Active types can join a guided trekking tour that departs before sunrise, or you can book a driver for a more leisurely excursion.

See the Underwater World

Happy to get your hair wet? Slip on a wetsuit and wriggle into some flippers to take the plunge on a snorkelling tour. Explore the waters fringing some of the smaller islands off the Bali coast, or make a beeline for areas such as Nusa Dua, Padang Bai and Lembongan.

Chase Waterfalls

Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall only opened to the public at the start of 2018, meaning it is still relatively under the radar. Walk to these falls in Wanagiri in only 20 minutes from the designated carpark. Travellers renting motorbikes should look out for the marked road near Lake Buyan. Or, hand over navigation duties to a private driver.