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Tips for First-Time Travellers to Bali
What to Expect
Bali is an island in Indonesia, known for itd tropical beaches, excellent surfing conditions and a fascinating culture. Tickets to Bali from Hobart are plentiful, and cheap flights from Hobart to Bali are easy to pick up if you book in advance. The island is surrounded by a sprinkling of smaller islands; Nusa Dua, Nusa Penida and the even smaller Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air, which are popular destinations for snorkelling and diving. As practising Hindus, a large portion of the Balinese population are known for being peaceful and deeply spiritual.
Public Transport and How To Get Around
Getting to and from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)
Several flights depart from Hobart Airport (HBA) to Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) every day. Booking a few months before departure is the best way to get cheap flights Hobart to Bali. Prepaid metered taxis are available from a desk in the arrivals hall at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) and can be booked ahead for Hobart to Bali return flights.
Taxis are widely available and easy to hail in Bali. Metered taxis are the easiest and most affordable way to travel significant distances on the island. Taxis are also the most convenient way to get from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) to your hotel or accommodation and costs around $25 to the centre of Ubud.
With the constant traffic in Bali, a scooter is a quick and easy way to get around densely populated tourist areas like Ubud and Seminyak. There are lots of scooter rental agencies in these areas, and all you need is a valid driver’s license to be able to rent one. Some scooter rental agencies require an international driver’s license, so when you’re checking your luggage at Hobart Airport (HBA), make sure you’ve packed yours. Please note that some travel insurance policies do not cover scooter hire.
Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss
Tegalalang Rice Paddies
The best time to visit the rice paddies is in the early morning, when the first rays of sunlight create a soft glow on the slopes of the paddies. This is also before most of the crowds arrive. Any taxi driver will know how to get there, so just ask them to take you right to this photogenic spot.
Diving and snorkelling enthusiasts are generally happy to book Hobart to Bali return flights just to explore the Japanese shipwreck in the shallows off the coast of Bali.The wreck is accessible from the shore, but be sure to take dive booties or other adequate footwear to avoid hurting your feet on the sharp rocks on the way out.
Puseh Batuan Temple
This sacred temple is culturally significant and makes for a memorable visit. There are three temples at the site, which is more than 1000 years old. There is a small entry fee of 1AUD, which is used by the community to look after the landmark.
Istana Tampak Siring
Said to have healing powers, this pool is located in the courtyard of the Tirta Empul temple. Here, you can learn about ancient water rituals from locals or just enjoy the opportunity to take a dip in the sacred holy water.
Top Experiences for Visitors
Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud
Just a 50-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), Simian monkeys swing through the trees and jump on unsuspecting visitors in this sacred sanctuary. You could easily spend two to three hours exploring the forest, where the sacred monkeys are protected and free to enjoy their natural environment.
Balinese Cooking Lesson
A wonderful way to learn about the island’s history and culture is through an immersive food experience. Enjoy a lesson, hosted by a local cook, followed by a delicious dinner of several courses of traditional food.
Sundays Beach Club
Popular for its pristine beach location, great service and laid-back club setting, Sunday’s is a great place for a bite to eat or a sunset cocktail.
Major Events and Festivals
Bali Arts Festival
Hosted annually in either June or July, this colourful festival is an exciting display of traditional arts and performances from all eight of Indonesia’s provinces.
Bali Kite Festival
Thousands of traditional Indonesian kites of different colours and designs fill the sky during this event, which is hosted during the peak of the windy season between June and August.
During this day of national silence, visitors are limited to their accommodation as the entire island shuts down, so make sure you plan around this when looking for your Hobart to Bali return flights. Although, on the evening before, locals celebrate with a parade of papier-mache creatures and a cleansing ritual that chases away spirits in preparation for the event.
Modesty is Encouraged
As soon as you’ve got your flights Hobart to Bali booked, it’s totally natural to feel excited about the tropical beaches and crystal clear waters. But remember that in addition to your swimwear and beach essentials, it’s a good idea to take a few items you can wear to cover your shoulders at sacred or religious sites where modest clothing is required.
Electronics and Adapters
Most restaurants, hotels and bars offer free Wifi for visitors, as long as they’re paying customers. Remember, when packing for your flights Hobart to Bali, that the island uses European two-pin plug points for most electronics. Don’t forget to bring your adapters for personal electronics.
When is The Best Time to Visit Bali?
The best time for Aussies to visit Bali is during the island's two shoulder seasons. From April to June and September, you'll find lower prices at the island's top resorts and villas, plus the weather will be slightly less humid. You'll have fewer tourists to contend with at top attractions and many shops slash their prices to boost sales during the seasonal lull.
If you want the island all to yourself, plan your trip during the rainy season. From October to March, Bali receives most of its rain, with the downpours usually taking place in the afternoon. But if you don't mind planning your day around the weather, you'll score lower prices on flights, accommodation and tours.
The busiest time of year to visit Bali is from July to August and December to January. If you don't book your hotel room well in advance, you can expect to fork out almost double the price. The island is also heavily congested during this time, but the weather is perfect for many of Bali's iconic day trips.
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Ngurah Rai (Denpasar International Airport) is Bali's main airport. It's the third busiest airport around the world and serves as a hub for Wings Air, Indonesia AirAsia and Garuda Indonesia. Getting to and From Ngurah Rai International Airport
The metered taxis are located outside the arrivals hall. Prices range from IDR 70,000 to 195,000 depending on your final destination. Some hotels also offer a free airport pick up, or you can use ride-sharing apps to find cheaper fares.
If you are travelling light, you can take a Go-jek motorcycle taxi for a more affordable option.
For budget travellers, the cheapest way to get from the airport to your hotel is with the public bus. There is a service that stops at the international arrival terminal every fifteen minutes and runs from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Fares start at IDR 7,500 per passenger.