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The Best Time to Visit
If you're travelling to Bali on a budget, the best time to visit is during the island's wet season. From November to March, cheap flights to Bali from Broome are easy to find, and hotels lower their rates. While the dive sites will have reduced visibility, you'll have Bali's top attractions all to yourself if you can handle the short bursts of rain.
April to October is Bali's dry season. It's considered the best time to visit because there's little chance of rain ruining any outdoor activities. The only downside is that it's peak travel season for Bali. Expect prices for flights Broome to Bali to increase and large crowds at the island's attractions and beaches. If you want to avoid the spike in costs, book your tickets to Bali from Broome for travel before April or just after September.
Tips for First-Time Travellers to Bali
Tipping in Bali
There is usually a 10% service charge that's added to bills. However, it usually goes to the government or the restaurant and not the staff. While tipping isn't required, it's always appreciated by the waitrons. A good rule of thumb is to tip anywhere between 5 to 20%.
Bali is a budget-friendly destination
If you're looking for tickets to Bali from Broome, you'll find that your Australian dollar goes much further than other destinations around the world. You can easily find meals at restaurants for as little as 226 IDR ($0.27 AUD). Villas in Bali are also super affordable, and it often works out cheaper to rent one out than to stay at a backpackers if you're travelling to Bali in a group.
Pack a sarong
If you're planning on visiting any of Bali's beautiful temples, you'll need a sarong to cover up your shoulders and knees. It's a rule that applies to both men and women, so it's a good idea to pack a few in your bag before you board your flights Broome to Bali.
Public Transport and How to Get Around
If you're comfortable riding a motorbike, it's one of the best ways to get around Bali. You can expect to pay around 60,000 to 350 000 IDR ($5.99 to 34.94 AUD) per day. One thing to keep in mind is that in towns like Ubud, there is a lot of traffic congestion. If you're not a confident rider, it's best to skip the bike rental and use one of the other modes of transportation.
Once your flights Broome to Bali land at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), you'll find the metered taxis waiting outside the arrivals terminal. If you have a lot of bags or your hotel is far from the airport, it's the best way to get around. When you’ve booked your Broome to Bali return flights, check with your hotel to see if they provide a free pickup from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS).
Hired Car and Driver
If you're planning a few day trips and you're in a group, hiring a driver is a cost-effective and safe way to get around. If you prefer to drive yourself, you can hire a car after your Broome to Bali flights have safely landed.
For day trips to Nusa Penida and other nearby islands, take one of the Bali's ferries. It's a cheap way to island hop, and you can also book tours that include your ferry ticket and a driver.
There are public and private buses that you can use to get around the island. However, the travel time is much longer than the other transport options available, and most services only stick to routes between the major towns. Once you’ve booked your cheap flights from Broome to Bali, you can organise a private bus transfer or take the local bus to Ubud from the airport.
Top Things to Do and See
Pura Tanah Lot
Each year, people book flights Broome to Bali and explore the island's iconic temples. Pura Tanah Lot is one of the most sacred temples on the island. While foreigners aren't allowed to enter any of the temples, you can still appreciate it’s beautiful exterior and breathtaking location.
One of Bali's most popular hikes is to the summit of Mount Batur to watch the sunrise. It’s one of many reasons why outdoor lovers buy cheap flights to Bali from Broome. The start of the trail is about an hours’ drive away from Ubud and you can either join a guided tour or go by yourself. The tours often include a breakfast picnic, and the whole trip takes about two to three hours.
Tegallalang and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
Only a short drive from the town of Ubud, the Tegallalang Rice Terraces are one of the most photographed attractions in Bali. After your flights Broome to Bali land, catch up on some sleep at your hotel and get to the rice fields early the next morning. You’ll avoid the crowds and have beautiful morning light for photos.