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Cheapest Flights to Denpasar
Routes One Way One Way / Round-Trip Round-Trip Sydney, NS — Denpasar A$178 A$193 Melbourne, VI — Denpasar A$144 A$228 Melbourne, VI — Denpasar A$144 A$228 Perth, WA — Denpasar A$87 A$161 Amsterdam — Denpasar A$631 A$756
Routes One Way One Way / Round-Trip Round-Trip Guangzhou — Denpasar A$232 A$422 Brisbane, QL — Denpasar Find A$323 Ujung Pandang — Denpasar A$41 A$84 Yogyakarta — Denpasar A$39 A$72 Ho Chi Minh City — Denpasar A$113 A$162
Routes One Way One Way / Round-Trip Round-Trip Palembang — Denpasar A$88 A$268 Port Hedland, WA — Denpasar A$404 A$935 Jakarta — Denpasar A$33 A$109 Osaka — Denpasar A$289 A$409 Bandar Seri Begawan — Denpasar A$146 A$274
Routes One Way One Way / Round-Trip Round-Trip Adelaide, SA — Denpasar A$162 A$236 Darwin, NT — Denpasar A$103 A$137 Jakarta — Denpasar A$46 A$109 Launceston, TS — Denpasar A$286 A$538 Gold Coast, QL — Denpasar Find A$515
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Denpasar City Guide
Located on the south of Bali Island, Indonesia, Denpasar is an ancient city with lots of history and beautiful sights to see, yet few tourists ever set foot here. In ancient times before the coming of Dutch colonizers, Denpasar was the capital of a large kingdom that ruled much of the island of Bali. Today, it is the main city on the island, so flights to Denpasar are the first step on any excursion into the “Island of the Gods.”
Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Bali Airport, the primary airport on the island. Flights to Denpasar land in this small, somewhat quaint airport about 7 miles outside the city. Despite its size and appearance, Bali Airport is actually extremely busy, being a hub for many carriers on their flights back and forth between Southeast Asia and Australia. From the airport, it is about a 30-minute cab ride into town. Many hotels, however, have their own shuttle services.
Public transportation is almost non-existent in Denpasar. That leaves three ways of getting around: walking, renting a motorbike, or hailing a cab. Because of its size, Denpasar lends itself readily to walking. This, of course, is very cheap, but it will restrict you to only visiting sites within the city itself. Most tourists opt for a combination of walking and either hailing or renting transportation to more far-flung destinations.
- Denpasar is famous for its beautiful temples. They are open to visitors, but proper dress is required – make sure to pick up temple clothing in one of the local shops if you plan to go inside the temple. If not, they are also beautiful to look at from the outside.
- The Taman Budaya cultural center displays a wide variety of Balinese art, and also hosts concerts and other cultural events, ideal for visiting foreigners who want to learn about the culture of Bali.
- Many tourists are surprised at how much shopping there is to do in Denpasar. Silk clothing, jewelry, and other unique items can be found all around the city.
- About a 15 minute drive from Denpasar are the picturesque beaches of Sanur. These flat, sandy beaches look unlike any other beaches in the world, and they are never crowded – ideal for beachgoers who want a relaxing, peaceful experiences by the seaside.
Because the city sees fewer tourists than other places in Indonesia, Denpasar is a great place to go for high-quality, authentic Indonesian cooking. It is a crossroads of several different styles of Indonesian food, so during the course of your stay you can learn about the cuisine of different islands and regions within this vast island chain.
Tips for Travelers
- Denpasar is off the beaten track as far as tourism goes, so a good map can be hard to come by. Fortunately, if you do get lost, the locals are very friendly.