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If you’re looking for cheap flights to the island paradise of Bali, look no further than Globehunters, where we can compare fares on routes from airports across Australia to ensure that you get the very best deal.
Southeast Asia is becoming an increasingly popular choice of destination for Australian holidaymakers, with its year-round tropical climate and cultural and natural sights, and Bali is no different.
Featuring tropical islands, beautiful stretches of beaches, Buddhist temples and world heritage sites, Bali is a country with great history and cultural diversity.
To begin with, most people visit Bali for its world-renowned beaches, such as Kits, Tanjung Benoa and Lovena, but once you’re here you’ll discover the country has much much more to offer.
Even if you’re not a spiritual person yourself, we definitely recommend visiting the island’s many temples, such as Tanah Lot, which sits on a rock formation overlooking the sea, or Besaki Temple, which stands on the slopes of Mount Agung.
And in the town of Ubud, you can see the lush green Tegallalang Rice Terraces, or meet the grey long-tailed macaques of the Ubud Monkey Centre.
And once the sun goes down, Bali really comes to life, with beach parties, bars and restaurants to enjoy with fellow travellers and locals alike.
So if you’re looking to book cheap flights from Australia to Bali, check out our fares on flights, hotels and car hire here at Globehunters, including first class and business class fares too.
If you’re busy planning a trip to Bali, here are five of the most important things to know before setting off.Time Difference: UTC +8 hoursCurrency: Indonesian Rupiah (Rp)Native Languages: Indonesian, Balinese and Balinese MalayWeather: Average year-round temperature of about 30°C with a monsoon season from October to April.Sales Tax: 10%
If you’re flying to Bali from Australia, here’s everything you’ll need to know, including flight times and entry requirements.
Direct flights from Australia to Bali vary depending on whereabouts you’re travelling from, with flights from the west of the country taking about four hours, while those from the east coast will take about seven.
Direct flights are available from Sydney, Perth Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Melbourne and Port Hedland.
Australian visitors to Bali don’t require a visa to travel, but you must have a passport which is valid for at least six months, as long as you’re visiting for tourism purposes.
You’ll receive a free visa exemption stamp when you arrive, which cannot be extended. You can apply for a visa on arrival if you want to stay longer or can apply for a visa before you leave.
The following airlines currently offer direct flights to Bali from Australia:
- Batik Air
- Garuda Indonesia
- Indonesia AirAsia
- Jetstar Airways
- Malindo Air
- Virgin Australia
Ngurah Rai International (DPS)
Ngurah Rai is located about 13km south of the capital city of Denpasar, with a new airport set to be constructed on the north side of the island too.
The airport is about 30 minutes from the city, with plenty of regular fixed-fare taxis, although lots of hotels do provide shuttle buses from the airport, so check this beforehand.
- Tanah Lot
- Mount Batur
- Mount Agung
- Goa Gajah
- Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park
- Bali Safari and Marine Park
- Blanco Renaissance Museum
- Neka Art Museum
- Tirta Empul
- Tirta Gangga
So, if you’re looking to compare cheap flights from Australia to Bali, look no further than Globehunters, where one of our friendly and experienced travel consultants will be happy to assist you in planning your trip to paradise.
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