How to Reach BaliBali is well-connected to global cities through air and water routes. A number of airlines connect the island to other global cities. Cruise ships are also available for tourists to travel from the neighbouring countries of Sumatra and Singapore. For travel throughout the island, Ojeks and local buses are available.
How to reach Bali by Air
Ngurah Rai International Airport is located 13 km away from the capital city of Denpasar in Bali. The airport is connected to both major international and domestic cities. Indian metropolitan cities are connected to Bali from Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata Airport. The famous airlines that connect these cities to Bali are Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Thai, Malindo Air, Air India, Air Asia and more. There are no direct flights to Bali, so Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bangkok act as common stopovers.
Nearest Airport : Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali
How to reach Bali by Road
Buses are operated between Bali and Jakarta but because of the hour-long journey, it is not advisable to travel through buses. Apart from buses, rental cars, Bemo, Ojek and minibuses are popular to go around places in Bali along the local people.
How to reach Bali by Water
Bali is a good port for cruise lovers. Cruises coming from South-East Asia often have a stopover at Bali. If you wish to travel to Bali via the sea route, you can take a flight to Singapore, Java or Sumatra. From there you can take ferries to Bali and enjoy the sea route.