How to get to Bali
Bali is located off the eastern tip of Java – just one of more than 13,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago – and is easily accessible with multiple airlines offering daily flights.
Bali is easily reached from the following locations:
From Australia and New Zealand: Fly direct to Bali on Virgin Australia Airlines, Garuda Indonesia, Jetstar or Qantas Airways from Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin and Perth, with connections from all other Australian airports.
From the UK: Singapore Airlines, Qantas, British Airways, Thai Airways, Malaysian Airways, Jet Star and Cathay Pacific offer connecting flights to Bali from London Heathrow Airport.
From the USA: Singapore Airlines offers the most convenient service from New York. Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Korean, China Airlines, Eva Air and Cathay Pacific offer several connecting flights to Bali from Los Angeles Airport.
Brisbane to Bali is 7 hrs 30 min, direct flight
Sydney to Bali is 7 hrs 35 min, direct flight
Melbourne to Bali is 7 hrs 10 min, direct flight
Perth to Bali is 4 hrs 25 min, direct flight
Auckland to Bali is 12 hrs 55 min, with connecting flightˆ
London to Bali is 18 hrs, with connecting flightˆ
New York to Bali is 25 hrs, with connecting flightˆ
Los Angeles to Bali is 22 hrs 25 min, with connecting flightˆ
(ˆIncludes layover time.)
Ngurah Rai Airport is located 13km southwest of Denpasar and 2.5km south of Kuta. Hotels and resorts generally provide pre-arranged transport for guests. Taxis and hire cars are also available.
A passport valid for at least six months beyond intended period of stay, a return/onward ticket and proof of sufficient funds. A 30-day tourist visa can be obtained on arrival.
Buses are inexpensive and reliable while tourist shuttle buses are more expensive, but comfortable and convenient. Cars, taxis, motorcycles and bicycles are all easily hired. Consider hiring a car and driver. Balinese drive on the left.
If you plan to drive a car, you should obtain an International Driving Permit (IDP) from your national motoring organisation; bring your home licence as well – it’s required to be carried together with the IDP. If not, then be prepared to pay a fine (around 100,000Rp – about AUD11) if stopped by the local police.
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Latest update Bali honeymoon destination: 3 April, 2018