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Bali is served by Bali Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar, Indonesia)

Arriving in Bali

Cheap flights to Bali offer travellers an incredible destination in the heart of Indonesia. Bali flights typically land at Ngurah Rai International Airport, which is a sprawling airport on the southern part of the province. Once you've booked one of the cheap flights to Bali and landed, you'll need to get yourself to wherever you're going to stay on your exotic journey. Your hotel might offer a shuttle service from the airport (check before you depart) or you can easily pick up one of the taxis from outside the terminal. There are also a few public bus routes that stop off at the airport.

Getting Around Bali

If you have an international driver's license, you can go ahead and rent a car to travel around the region. Pay very close attention to roads when driving, though, as it can be a harrowing experience. This is also true if you're thinking about renting a motorbike to travel around, as it requires just as much caution. For a more relaxing experience, you may prefer to hail a taxi or hire a private car and driver in order to get around the different locations in Bali. If you're looking for a cheaper public transportation option, you can take a bus. The island is well served by an extensive bus line that travels to many of the local hotspots. If you're really adventurous, you can also rent a bicycle for a different (and more exhilarating) way to get around. 

Main Attractions in Bali

Bali flights bring a world traveller into a sun-kissed world of relaxation and incredible sights. Head out to one of the many beaches with a book and your suntan lotion to catch a tan or swim the day away. You can also look into the aquatic activities the region offers. There are plenty of opportunities to go scuba diving, surfing or rafting while in Bali. Trek to the Kintamani Village to get a glimpse of the Batur Volcano, check out the treasures at the Bali museum or view one of the island's incredible temples (the Tanah Lot temple and the Besakih temple are among the most famous). If you're into sports, stop by for a few rounds at one of the island's many amazing golf courses.

Shopping, Dining and Night Life in Bali

You can use some of the money you saved getting a cheap flight to Bali on extravagant shopping in the area. Go to Kuta for traditional high-end shopping options. If you're more interested in local items, head to Denpasar to browse the local markets or check out the art market at Sukawati. 

The cuisine in Bali is very rich and very tasty. Be sure to try local specialties like "sate" (meat skewers) or "bebek bututu" (duck  roasted over banana leaves). Try the Chandi restaurant in Seminyak or CasCade restaurant in Ubud for a delicious traditional meal. 

Most of Bali's night life is centred around the southern part of the island. Trek to the Kuta beach section to stroll through the many clubs and bars that dot this touristy area. There's a Hard Rock Cafe and plenty of live shows at the Musro Club. There's also plenty of night life options to be found in the cities of Seminyak, Legian and Denpasar. 

Flight stats for Bali - did you know?
  • Bali is 11 km from Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar, Indonesia).
  • Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar, Indonesia)
    • Right now, 55 airlines operate out of Ngurah Rai Airport.
    • Ngurah Rai Airport offers nonstop flights to 58 cities.
    • Every week, at least 1,083 domestic flights and 1,209 international flights depart from Ngurah Rai Airport.

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