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Bali is a tropical picturesque island and is a major tourist destination. Besides being an island, it is also a province of Indonesia, located in the most western part of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Once you have arrived from the Bali airport, you can go and get a tan on the white sandy beaches or explore the forests and volcanic mountains. If you would like to enjoy the famous traditional culture you can visit the island’s “Artistic capital” - Ubud.
If you want to recharge your mind and body, then you can even take a yoga class in this tropical paradise. The island offers plenty of natural beauty, as well as a lively nightlife, particularly in the southern cities like Kuta. For people who prefer the resort life on their vacations, they should head to the resort towns of Nusa Dua, Seminyak and Sanur. There is something for everyone in this island destination.
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Things to do in Bali
Private Ubud and Volcano Day Trip
If you do not have a lot of time to spend on the island and are feeling overwhelmed by the many choices the island has to offer, then you can opt for a private tour. You can change the itinerary to your liking and be transported in an air-conditioned vehicle to and from your hotel. Kintamani Volcano and Ubud are the top 2 must-see destinations in Bali. In one day, you will get to see the exotic nature and culture that only Bali can provide. You can see a volcano, encounter mischievous monkeys and participate in a silver-smithing workshop - all in the same day. You will have plenty of opportunities to stop and take pictures with a guide that will answer all of your questions and will be focused on you and your needs.
Waterbom water park
People traveling with their families always have the option of visiting Asia’s number 1 water park – as rated by TripAdvisor. It is located in the city of Kuta, just southwest of Bali’s capital Denpasar. Because the government wanted to preserve the environment and endangered species, up to 50% of the lands in the park remain natural and untouched. It is home to the world’s largest slide - The Constrictor. Beyond the many slides, and the “lazy river” in the park, there is a system of gardens made with the specific intent of showcasing all the natural beauty of Bali.
There are various dining options in the park including options for the health-conscious visitors as well. The waterpark itself spans some 3.8 hectares of land and was made with the intent to give an unforgettable experience to all of its visitors – from thrill seekers to families, everyone is welcome.
Ubud Monkey Forest
The mystical forests of Bali have many natural sights worthy of your time, but one stands out more than the other and that’s the Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud. This sanctuary is home to a few hundred long-tailed Monkeys native to Bali. While they are adorable, these cheeky monkeys do like shiny things, and aren’t afraid of swiping a pair of sunglasses or something else. Besides the calming lush greenery of the forest, you can also visit any of the 3 mystical Hindu temples located in the forest.
Bali Food Safari Tour
To satisfy your inner foodie, you can always opt out for a sophisticated dining experience in the resort city of Seminyak. It is home to luxury hotels and all manner of food. You will be driven from location to location in a personalized dining experience. These tours are usually done in groups of 10 or fewer. Your personal foodie guide will lead you down a 12-course dining adventure. It is a mystery tour so the restaurants can change day-to-day. Once all is said and done your driver will even drop you off back at your hotel.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the typical shop opening hours in Bali?
In Bali, the typical shop and shopping centre open hours are from 10am to 9pm. Street markets are also popular shopping areas in Bali and often open at 7pm and close around midnight.
What time zone is Bali in?
The standard time in Bali (Indonesia) is eight hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+8). The time zone is known as Central Indonesia Time.
Are there free WiFi areas in Bali?
Free public WiFi is available in most 4 and 5 star resorts and accommodation in popular regions including Legian, Kuta, South Kuta and Seminyak. A number of cafes in these areas also offer free public WiFi.
What are the biggest events in Bali?
Some of the biggest annual events in Bali include the Anniversary of Denpasar, Bali Spirit Festival, Bali Kite Festival and Legian Beach Festival. New Year’s Eve is also an extremely busy time for tourist events in Bali, with many resorts and clubs hosting New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day events.
What is the currency used in Bali?
The Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is used in Bali and is represented as Rp. $1 AUD generally converts to approximately 9,600Rp, however, this may change subject to fluctuating currency conversion rates.
When is the best time of year to travel to Bali?
The best time of year to visit Bali is from April to June and September to October. These months are outside of Bali’s “high season”, meaning that in general the accommodation and hotels are more affordable and crowds are fewer. The weather is also warmer with less rainfall during these dry season months.
When should you plan a trip from Perth to Bali?
When you are planning your trip from Perth to Bali, you need to take a good look at the weather. Otherwise it won’t matter how much money you saved on your cheap flights to Bali from Perth. The weather in Bali can be divided into the dry season and the rainy season. From October to about March, Bali has a lot of rainfall and humidity so it is visited much less.
The dry season lasts from around May to September. The prices are naturally affected by the weather and reach their peak during the high tourist season in July and August. This is the time when Bali receives the most tourists but it’s still a good time for day trips and safaris.
If you want to avoid crowds you would need to aim for the mid-season during April, May, June and lastly September. This is a great time to make your flights to Bali from Perth as prices for hotels, villas and other accommodations can be cut down by 30% to 50%. The weather is still dry and less humid, also there are fewer tourists around.
Cheap Flights to Bali (DPS) From Perth (PER)
Bali is a tropical wonderland known to tourists all around the world. You can experience lush nature, go on top of dormant volcanoes, visit centuries-old temples or dine on fresh local delicacies. There is plenty to see and do for people looking to have a thrill or just wanting to relax on white sandy beaches. You can reinvigorate your mind and body by yourself, or with your family on this exotic island.
There are about 10 direct cheap flights to Bali from Perth and another 10 with connections. The direct flights are good Perth to Bali deals and they will get you to Denpasar airport (DPS) in less than 4 hours. You can book your flight with Air Asia, Jetstar or Malindo Air for the shortest flight times and with Webjet you can get better prices for Perth to Bali deals.
Are you ready for your exotic adventure? Here’s everything you need to know about cheap flights to Bali from Perth.
Departing from Perth Airport
Getting to Perth Airport (PER)
Once you have reserved your cheap flights to Bali, all you need to do is to get to the airport. Perth Airport (PER) is 10 km east of Perth’s Central Business District. It is a short 20-minute ride to the T1 terminal area from the business district by car or taxi, if there is no traffic. If you take a taxi, it will run you about AUD 45. Thanks to the money you can save with Webjet Perth to Bali deals, you can probably treat yourself to that taxi ride as well.
If you need a more budget-friendly option you can always use public transport. Transperth provides a dedicated route for the T1 precinct – route 380. This bus has more storage for your luggage and costs as little as AUD 4.80 per person. But this line starts in the city centre at Elizabeth Quay Bus Station. It runs every 30 minutes, it doesn’t stop at every station and it isn’t a 24/7 service. You are advised to check the timetable. It would take you about 30-40 minutes to reach Perth Airport (PER) from the centre.
Parking Options at Perth Airport (PER)
For shorter and longer stays the value parking at Perth Airport (PER) is the most affordable choice. The prices are sometimes more than 2 times cheaper than the other parking services. It is located a short distance from the terminals. To get to the terminals you can use the free shuttle bus service that runs 24/7. There’s a bus every 10 minutes.
If you do find yourself in a hurry for a short trip you can use the short-term parking service. It is about a 5-minute walk from the terminals, but the cost is considerably higher than the long-term parking.
Which International Terminal will your flights to Bali (DPS) from Perth (PER) depart from?
All international flights by Air Asia, Jetstar or Malindo Air to Bali airport (DPS) depart from the T1 international terminal.
Arriving at Bali Airport (DPS)
Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) which is called both Bali Airport or Denpasar Airport is located in Tuban. The Bali airport is only a few kilometres from the southern tourist locations and resorts. The capital of Bali, Denpasar, is also very close to the airport. International flights will arrive at different terminals depending on the air company. The nearest resort city is Kuta, which is only 2.5 km away. There are a few ways to get to your hotel without much hassle.
Getting from Bali Airport (DPS) to Your Hotel
Once you have collected your bags after your cheap flights to Bali has landed at the Denpasar airport (DPS), you can grab a taxi next to the information desk in the International Terminal. There you can pay a fixed price at a kiosk, towards most tourist locations and resorts. Be aware that these prices can vary heavily due to the season. To get to Kuta, for example, can cost anywhere between 50,000 and 150,000 Indonesian Rupiah, which is between AUD 4.7 and AUD 14.3. The people at the kiosk should have good English and you will be provided with good service.
If you don’t choose this option you can try using one of the taxis outside but they are mostly not metered taxis and you will have to haggle with the drivers.
Another option is the Sarbagita public bus which sends a bus about every 30 minutes. They are quite cheap, but not a very good option if you have a lot of luggage. The bus stops at major roads and costs less than an Australian Dollar.
Uber is also available in Bali, but if you want to rent a scooter or car, those options are also available at the airport. Plus Priority is a shuttle bus service that comes recommended by tourists. You pay roughly AUD 35 and get to use the service for 5 days. They have their routes and schedules, and as long as you have their card you can hop on or hop off of any of their busses. It is a good service because it covers most of the island. You can purchase a card at the Denpasar Airport (DPS) or any of their lounges at the airport.