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Bali Airport (DPS)
Flights from Australia to Bali will disembark at Ngurah Rai International Airport.
Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) comprises two terminals and is the third busiest international airport in Indonesia. Often referred to as Denpasar International Airport, Ngurah Rai International is a gateway for travel to Bali and is a significant hub for Garuda Indonesia.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Ngurah Rai International Airport. Book your Bali Airport accommodation.
Getting to Bali
There are several airlines that offer flights to Bali from Australia. Direct flights from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne to Denpasar take around six hours and 30 minutes. There are also flights from Sydney and Melbourne that include a stopover in Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta and Singapore. Direct flights from Perth take around four hours.
Airlines that fly to Bali
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Bali from Australia include:
Over the years Bali has successfully managed to stand out from over 17,000 islands that make up Indonesia. Its enduring popularity can be put down to its natural beauty and peaceful spirituality. Bali is often lauded as the ultimate island holiday where travellers come to let loose, relax and centre themselves. When you return home from Bali, you truly feel like you have had a holiday - and it's an addictive feeling.
Much of the action in Bali centres around the coastline where bronzed bodies line the water's edge, surfers from around the world chase big waves and Bali accommodation is abundant. This island is also a hotspot for Bali tours including snorkelling and scuba diving, while water sports are also a popular past time. Away from the water, Bali's restaurant and bar scene buzzes every day and night. From the packed out bars in Kuta, to the romantic restaurants along Jimbaran, Bali boasts an active social life with something for everyone.
But for every packed bar and beach party, Bali has a tranquil spa and ancient temple where peace and quiet can be enjoyed. Though there are many resorts, nature still prevails in Bali and there are numerous jungles, rice paddies and unspoilt beaches to explore. Whether you crave a holiday of sea, sand and cocktails or a spiritual journey involving culture, nature and meditation, Bali can accommodate you're every wish.