Denpasar International Airport

About Denpasar Airport

The official name of Denpasar International Airport is Ngurah Rai International Airport Bali. If you’re not Indonesian, you’ll probably lean towards referring to Bali’s only international airport as Denpasar International Airport or even Bali Airport – both of which are more common than the official name. Denpasar International Airport is located in the south of the island of Bali, just below Denpasar. It is a major hub for Garuda Indonesia and is the second-busiest airport in Indonesia, after Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, which services Jakarta and the north of the country.

What facilities are at Denpasar Airport?

From the opportunity to have a relaxing massage before you fly to secure baggage-wrap facilities, Denpasar International Airport has a good range of airport services.


To enter the Departures terminal at Denpasar International Airport, you’ll need to pass through a security check. Recommended check-in time is at least two hours before your flight’s departure. Check-in zones are located within the Domestic and International Departure Terminal Areas, with 62 check-in counters across the airport.


Carry-on luggage is limited to one bag weighing no more than 7kg. Denpasar International Airport offers baggage wrap facilities if you’re looking for extra security before you fly. If you’ve just arrived at the airport, you can enlist the services of a porter to help you with your luggage, for a minimal fee.

Is there a currency exchange?

Yes, you can change your money at Denpasar International Airport, with Wahana Money Changer and Sinarartha Money Changer just two of the facilities available. An easy option, if you’re flying to Bali from Australia, is to order and pick up your Indonesian Rupiah before you leave home, at Travel Money Oz.


Transport and terminal transfers

What’s the best way to get to and from Denpasar Airport?

Taxi: A 24-hour taxi service operates to and from Denpasar Airport, operated by Taksi Ngurah Rai. The best way to catch a taxi from Bali Airport is to first go to the Taxi Counter when you’ve collected your luggage. At the international terminal, the Taxi Counter is located next to the information desk after you pass through the duty-free shopping arcade. At the domestic terminal, it is through the glass sliding doors and to your left. At the counter, you can advise staff of your hotel location, after which you’ll receive a quote on a piece of paper and this is what you pay the taxi driver at the end of your trip. There is no metered taxi service from the airport, it’s all based on set fares.

Public Transport: There are several public bus services to the city centre. For more information, talk to staff at the information desk.

Parking: Denpasar Airport offers three different car parks (Regular, Premium and Multi-Level) as well as parking for the ubiquitous motorbike.

How do I transfer between terminals?

The International and Domestic terminals at Denpasar Airport are just a 10-minute walk apart.

What restaurants and bars are at Denpasar Airport?

Across both terminals, you’ll find plenty of choice at Denpasar Airport when it comes to what to eat and drink. There are local favourites such as Singgalang Jaya and several Western options such as The Hard Rock Cafe, Haagen-Dazs and The Coffee Club.

Restaurants and bars at Denpasar Airport include:

  • House of Beans
  • The Merchant Bistro by Periplus
  • Bakso Lapangan Tembak Senayan
  • Kantin Modern
  • Bread Bakers
  • Singgalang Jaya
  • Three Coffee
  • TG Food Corner
  • Last Wave
  • Two Tigers
  • Kantin Cafe
  • Two Dragons
  • The Coffee Club
  • La Place
  • Pizza Hut
  • Bakmi Naga Resto
  • Beard Papa’s
  • Mandai Restaurant
  • Goods Coffee
  • Haagen-Dazs
  • The Duck King
  • Gogo Franks
  • Made’s Warung
  • My Kopi-O!
  • Prada Bar and Lounge
  • Hard Rock Cafe

Shopping at Denpasar Airport?

You can pick up all the essentials at Denpasar Airport, such as a good book for your holiday, items from the pharmacy, duty-free goods as well as last-minute Bali gifts before you head home.

What lounges are at Denpasar Airport?

Denpasar Airport, officially known as Ngurah Rai International Airport, is home to a number of lounges, some of which are operated independently. To book access to Denpasar's independent airport lounges, talk to your Flight Centre Travel Expert.

Concordia Lounge (A Priority Pass Lounge)

The Concordia Lounge at Ngurah Rai International Airport’s Domestic Terminal is located airside on the 2nd Floor, opposite Gate 2. It is open from 5am to 1.15am daily. Services include Wi-Fi, refreshments, and children under the age of two are admitted free. There is complimentary luggage storage available inside the lounge.

Premier Lounge (A Priority Pass Lounge)

Denpasar's Premier Lounge is located within the new International Terminal, airside on the Mezzanine Level and is open 24 hours a day. The Balinese style lounge offers passengers showering facilities, Internet and Wi-Fi, as well as complimentary food and beverages ranging from steamed buns to soup, hot entrees, fresh fruit, juices, cakes and alcoholic beverages. Complimentary beverages are limited to two per person and after that payment is required. You can also book in for some reflexology in the Premier Lounge, for a fee.

T/G Lounge (A Priority Pass Lounge)

The T/G Lounge is located in the International Terminal, airside, After Passport Control on the Mezzanine Floor. You can access the T/G Lounge three hours before your scheduled flight departure. The lounge is quite child-friendly, with children under the age of five admitted free of charge, and a separate children’s play area available. You can enjoy up to three complimentary alcoholic drinks (beer and wine only) per adult, Wi-Fi and Internet access, shower facilities and light refreshments.

Garuda Indonesia Lounge

The Garuda Indonesia Lounge at Ngurah Rai International Airport Bali is open daily from 5am until the last flight departs, and is divided into Business and First Class sections. The Business Class lounge welcomes passengers flying Business Class as well as Sky Priority status holders of Garuda Indonesia and other SkyTeam airlines. To gain entry to the First Class Lounge, you’ll need to be flying First Class with either Garuda Indonesia or the airline’s SkyTeam partners. The lounge (with combined entry and reception) is located airside, one floor above the main departures level. Guests are invited to enjoy the complimentary breakfast buffet, snacks, hot and cold buffet, as well as complimentary soft drinks, house wine and beer.

What hotels are near Denpasar Airport?

There are a number of hotels located within close proximity to Ngurah Rai International Airport. Talk to a Flight Centre Travel Expert about which Denpasar Airport hotel might be right for you, or browse all Denpasar Airport accommodation and book your hotel right now.

Novotel Bali Ngurah Rai Airport

This airport hotel is just a 10-minute walk from the beach, conveniently located in Bali Denpasar International Airport with direct access to the international departure and domestic arrival terminals. Featuring an outdoor pool, the hotel is set in Kuta, 1.3km from Tuban Beach and 2km from Waterbom Bali. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi, 24-hour reception, a spa, gym, onsite restaurant and room service.

Hilton Garden Inn Bali Ngurah

This conveniently-located resort-style hotel features a restaurant, a huge outdoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness centre. There’s also free Wi-Fi in public areas, a free airport shuttle twice a day and an additional free shuttle to the Discovery Shopping Mall and Beachwalk Shopping Centre. Hilton Garden Inn Bali Ngurah is less than 5km from popular Kuta Beach and Tuban Beach.