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How to Get to Bali

How to Get to Bali by Air

The Ngurah Rai International Airport also known as the Denpasar International Airport, serves Bali. It is 15 km from the city and has 2 terminals, used by both international and domestic flights. It has regular international flight services from Europe, America, Australia, and most Asian countries. Bali is well connected to most of Indonesia and has regular domestic flights connecting it to major cities within the country.

The airport is not very big but has all the basic facilities like ATM’s, banks, restaurants, bars and shops. To get from the airport you can either pre-book a taxi or take one from outside the airport. The latter will be cheaper but pre-booked taxis are more convenient and hassle free.

Bemos are mini vans which can easily be flagged down. All of them mostly head to Kuta but can be a very erratic and uncomfortable means of travel.

By Sea

Bali is a port of call for many cruise liners passing through South East Asia; you can also get to the island on any of the numerous ships and ferries which touch the island either in passage or as a separate destination.

How to Get to Bali by Rail

There are no railway services to Bali. You can take a train to Banyuwangi and then take a ferry from there to Bali.

How to Get to Bali by Bus

You can drive or take a bus from Java or Jakarta to Bali.

By Sea :

Bali is a port of call for many cruise liners passing through South East Asia; you can also get to the island on any of the numerous ships and ferries which touch the island either in passage or as a separate destination.

Getting Around Bali

Denpasar is the main hub of all the transport systems in Bali, and if you need to go anywhere on the island, this is almost certainly the best place to start off from. There are cars, bicycles and motorbikes to be hired. You can contact one of the many car rentals on the island, and some hotels and resorts also rent out vehicles to guests.

In addition, there are local buses that ply all over the island. Boats and ferries offer an exciting travel option along the coast. There are also taxis to be hired, and in a number of smaller places it’s the only alternative to hiring a vehicle.


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