Ngurah Rai International Airport in Kuta is served by many International and Domestic Airlines with daily flights to and from USA, Europe, Australia and Asia. Most of the International Airlines fly to Singapore first as the nearest foreign airport and it only takes two and a half hour flight from Singapore to Bali.
The following companies provide regular flights:
1. Garuda Indonesia
2. Singapore Airlines
4. Cathay Pacific
5. China Airlines
6. Thai International
7. Korean Air
8. Air Paradise and more
Garuda Indonesia manages regular direct International services to Bali from Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Hongkong, Tokyo, Nagoya, Singapore, Soul, Taipei and Auckland. There are also flight to Bali via Jakarta from Abu Dhabi, Rome, Zurich, Brussel and Frankfurt while regular flights to Australia are to Darwin, Port Hedland, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns and Townsville.
Garuda Indonesia serves all main provincial cities in Indonesia with several flights from Jakarta to cities of commercial and touristic importance, while the domestic carriers Merpati Nusantara Airlines, Bouraq, Pelita Air Service & Mandala Service destinations from provincial capital to remote areas.
For further information, please contact:
Jl. Melati 61, Denpasar.
Ph. (62 361) 263 523, (62 361) 225 298
Wisti Sabha Building Airport Ngurah Rai
Ph. (62 361) 751 177, (62 361) 751 177
The staff and crew of Air Paradise International take great pride in making the difference for each passenger to create the ultimate Bali holiday experience from take off to touch down.
Kuta Magah Block I-J
Jln Bypass I Gusti Ngurah Rai
Kuta Bali, Indonesia
Tel: (62) (361) 756 666
Fax: (62) (361) 766 100
Two of the four sea ports in Bali anchored by International cruiser-ships and yachts are Benoa, South of Denpasar and Padangbai on the East for larger and luxury cruise ships.
The Harbour of Singaraja (Telukan Bawang), on the North coast now plays host only to very few Bugis schooners and smaller crafts serve the line between North Bali and Java. Pelabuhan Gilimanuk on the Northwest links Bali with Java, there is a regular ferry-service connecting the Island with 24 hours service.
PELNI, the state-owned shipping-company has several ships serves the Indonesian's main ports. The passenger ships call regularly to Benoa Harbour is: KM.AWU, KM DOBONSOLO and KM. TILONG KABILA & KM. BINAIYA.
A regular service of ferry serves Padangbai-Lombok four times daily at 08.00 am, 12.00 noons and 02.00 pm.
Please contact Pelni offices for further informations:
PELNI office at Benoa Harbour
Phone: (62-361) 721 377.
PELNI office in Denpasar
Jl. Diponegoro 165
Phone: (62-361) 234 680.
RESOURCES : http://www.balitourismauthority.ne