Getting To Bali

Bali is located in the country of Indonesia. The country is made up of more than 18,000 islands. Bali is the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Located east of  Java and west of Lombok, the province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller neighbouring islands, notably Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, and Nusa Ceningan. Bali’s International Airport is only a few years old and is located between the Tuban area and the Jimbaran area. Most guests travel on to Seminyak, Canggu, Ubud, Uluwatu or Nusa Dua. Those wanting a more low key and authentic Bali experience will travel further to the North or the East of the Island.

  • Travel Times for common hubs -Singapore 2.5 hour flight -Bangkok 4.5 hour flight -Hong Kong 4.5 hour flight -Narita Japan 7 hour flight -Sydney 6 1/4 hour flight -Melbourne 6 hour flight -Adelaide 5 1/4 hour flight -Dubai 9 hour flight -Doha 9 3/4 hour flight
  • Visas -First make sure your passport has at least 6 months open from your departure ticket date open or you will not be allowed to enter the country. -There are multiple different visas as well as some counties that have free visa on arrival (160 countries) -The most common types of visas are: -7 Day visa -30 day free visa (for 160 countries) -30 day extendable visa-pay $35USD, which requires that you go to the immigration office at 30 days to extend to 60 days. We recommend you double check your flight details and travel plan before deciding which best suits your trip. * A couple of things to keep in mind. 1. If you get the incorrect visa and want to stay longer you must leave the country and fly back in to start over. 2. For every day you overstay your visa there is a 1,000,000 fine. Days stayed over 60 result in the fine and the individual is blacklisted from the country.
  • Arrival Information -Every adult is allowed to bring in 1 x 1 liter bottle of spirits or wine. The pricing from duty free is much less than on the island. -Please note DRUGS are ILLEGAL in Indonesia. Under possible penalty of death. -Upon debarking the plane you will go through 1. Immigration 2. Baggage Claim 3. Customs