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Bali Airport: Ngurah Rai Airport is Bali’s international airport and the third busiest airport in Indonesia. Situated between Kuta and Jimbaran, Ngurah Rai Airport is 13km south of Denpasar and 2.5km from Kuta.
Getting from the Airport: Transport at the airport includes taxis, shuttle buses and hire cars. If you’re travelling with two or three people, a taxi is an incredibly cost effective option with the journey from the airport to Kuta costing approximately AU$5. If you’re travelling by yourself or with a large group you may want to consider a shuttle bus or bemo, which can cost as little as AU$1 to Kuta.
Before you Go: So you’re soon to be holidaying in Bali huh? Jealous! Before you start planning you’re snorkelling trips and duty free shopping list though, there are a few things you need to know. Firstly, make sure you have a valid passport that does not expire for at least six months after your arrival date. If it’s soon to expire, now is the time to go and get a new one. Also keep in mind that you will need to apply for a 30 day visa when you arrive in Bali. This generally costs around AU$25 depending on the exchange rate. If you are looking to stay in Bali longer than this time you can extend your visa for another 30 days at an additional rate.
Bali uses Indian Rupiahs as its currency. Before you leave Australia consider converting some of your money to Indian Rupiahs to use when you first get there. The exchange bureaus at Ngurah Rai Airport are known to charge higher fees so it’s best to have some money on you to pay for transport from the airport and any other expenses you may come across.
Lastly, make sure to arrange travel insurance before you go. It may be the last thing on your mind when planning your trip but accidents can happen and it’s better to be safer than sorry. Talk to your Student Flights consultant about what coverage is best suited to you.
What to Bring: As a tropical island, you don’t need to bring much to Bali. Light layers and swimmers are essential to pack, but at the same time can be bought for cheap at local stores – particularly if your haggling skills are good. For this reason make sure you leave some room in your suitcase for the journey home.
Though you may plan on simply swimming and relaxing for most of your holiday, there will be some days that you’ll want to get out and explore the island. For these days it is essential to pack comfortable walking shoes as well as a backpack. Plastic bags are also great to have in your suitcase in case you end up with any muddy shoes or wet clothes before you’re flight home.
Unless you plan on keeping your phone off for the entire trip, you’re going to need a power adaptor. Bali’s power supply is the same as Australia’s but their power points feature two round holes. Pack a travel adaptor for yourself or travel power board if you’re travelling in a large group.
Also remember not to go overboard with duty free alcohol as customs will only allow you to bring two litres of alcohol into the country.
During your Flight: The flight from Sydney to Bali generally takes just over six hours. Depending on the airline you are flying with, your Bali flight is likely to include a meal and in-flight entertainment which should make the trip go quite quickly. During the flight take some time to stretch your legs when you can and always stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and juice.