Why You Should Visit Bali
The idyllic island of Bali is renowned for its incredible sandy beaches and beautiful natural landscape, making it a dream destination whether you are simply looking to relax on the beach or be active and indulge your adventurous side. Alongside its many outdoor possibilities, Bali is also a richly historic place home to many ancient temples and cultural sites.
The most popular part of the island is South Bali which is home to the capital Denpasar and many of the best resorts and hotels. If you are more interested in the cultural sites that Bali has to offer then you may consider basing yourself in Central Bali with its many Hindu temples and untouched natural landscape.
For tips and advice about visiting the island, read our guide to the Best of Bali: top 10 things to see and do.
Arriving In Bali
Ngurah Rai International Airport is the main airport in Bali located just over 13 km from Denpasar. If you haven’t already arranged transportation with your resort or hotel then you will find plenty of taxis just outside the terminal building, while public buses are available for those traveling on a budget. Car rental in Denpasar is also a popular option. Inside the airport you can find all of the essential amenities you would need whether it’s places to eat and drink or duty-free shopping. In addition to this, the airport boasts many comfortable airport lounges and even offers travelers free Wi-Fi.
If you are looking to book flights from Dubai to Bali you can make the journey with Emirates, the flag carrier of Dubai, with all flights departing from Dubai International Airport. There are currently no other flights available to Bali from the UAE, so if you are looking to make the trip you will need to depart from Dubai. Traveling to Dubai International Airport is easy as the Dubai metro network is connected to Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. If you are flying with Emirates then you will be based at Terminal 3 which is dedicated to all Emirates flights. Read our guide to the Emirates baggage allowance.
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Where to stay in Bali
Bali Travel Information
Many nationals are able to travel to Indonesia without needing a visa including UAE nationals for a period of up to 30 days. The best time to visit Bali is usually between May and July when the weather is at its finest during the dry season, although you may consider visiting the island in April or September when it will be a little quieter. In Indonesia the currency used is the Indonesian rupiah, while Bali is four hours ahead of Dubai so don’t forget to change your clocks when you arrive. In general prices around Bali are considerably cheaper than Dubai for things like a meal out and transportation.
* This information is correct as of March 2019
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