Flights from Singapore Changi to Bali (Denpasar)
Flight information Singapore Changi to Bali (Denpasar)
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Flying from Singapore to Bali
The island of Bali is a popular tourist destination in Indonesia. Its capital is in the south at Denpasar and more than 80% of its population is Hindu. Tourists are drawn to its beaches and traditional art and crafts.
Flights to Bali typically arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport. A visa is not required for Singaporeans and 140 other nationalities who are looking to stay for a period of less than 30 days.
Airlines that fly from Singapore Changi (SIN) to Bali (Denpasar)
Arrival at Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)
International travellers arriving at Denpasar will immediately notice the Balinese architectural elements in the airport, a refreshing take compared to the usual glass and metal facades. For visitors who do not need a visa, immigrations and customs are easy and hassle-free.
From the airport, you can take a taxi from the Blue Bird Group that is known for its reliability. Private-hire cars are not commonly used in Bali, so take a regular taxi.
Taxi rates are fixed and paid upfront at the taxi counter at the airport. Rates range from IDR 70,000 (SGD $6.60) for Kuta to IDR 750,000 (SGD $70.80) to Tulamben.
Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) Information
The Ngurah Rai International Airport has a wide variety of dining and shopping services, with some outlets operating round the clock. There is also free WiFi. For comfort as you transit, you can visit chargeable lounges or check in at nearby airport hotels Novotel Bali Ngurah Rai Airport or HARRIS Hotel Tuban, both only a free shuttle ride away.
There are two terminals: International Terminal and Domestic Terminal.
Bali is a fairly large island and there are different areas to explore. For traditional arts and craft and farm-to-table organic fresh food, head to Ubud. It is further inland and well-known for its beautiful rice terraces.
If you’re looking for a good surf or water sports, head to Nusa Dua down south. For a vibrant nightlife, Seminyak and Kuta is where you need to be.
Some of the must-try foods in Bali include babi kuling (whole suckling pig) and bebek goreng (fried duck). It is a very diverse island so western main courses and desserts are easily available.
Frequently asked questions about flights from Singapore to Bali
What is the time difference between Singapore and Bali?
There is no time difference between Singapore (GMT +8:00) and Denpasar (GMT +8:00).
What is the weather like in Bali?
Denpasar enjoys fairly predictable weather throughout the year with the hottest months spanning from February to April. Avoid travelling from December to March if you’re looking to spend plenty of time outdoors as the average number of rainy days is higher during those months. The best time to visit Bali is either May, June or July.
What is the exchange rate between Singapore Dollars and Indonesian Rupiah?
As of 28 July 2018, the local currency is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). The current exchange rate is SGD $1 = IDR 10,550 (USD $1 = IDR 14,377).
What is the average cost of a meal in Bali?
The average cost of living (including eating out) is comparatively lower in Denpasar than in Singapore. A local meal in Singapore may cost approximately SGD $12 but this is only expected to be around IDR 24,000 (SGD $2.30) in Denpasar. Similarly, a meal for two at a mid-range restaurant may cost SGD $60 in Singapore but only IDR 215,000 (SGD $20.25) in Denpasar.
What is the average cost of a hotel in Bali?
With plenty of hotels and resorts to choose from in Bali, the average cost per room night in Denpasar is lower than Singapore on the average. While a typical room night in a 4-star property may cost around SGD $97 in Singapore, this is only estimated to be approximately IDR 425,000 (SGD $40) in Denpasar. The disparity in average room rates for a 5-star property in Singapore SGD $194 and Denpasar IDR 1445,000 (SGD $136) however is slightly smaller. Explore hotels in Bali.
This information is correct as of 28 July 2018.
Getting from Singapore Changi Airport to Bali
Singapore Changi Airport has four main terminals. T1, T2 and T3 are linked by a complimentary SkyTrain and T4 can be reached by shuttle bus.
It is easily accessible from the city via train or taxi. Taking a taxi to the airport from the city centre will cost an estimated SGD $20 and should take no more than half an hour.
The highly-acclaimed airport offers free WiFi and a plethora of restaurants, shops, and duty-free retail outlets and is one of the most popular airports to transit at. There are also different lounges spread out across the terminals.
If you’re flying to Bali with Jetstar, you will depart from T1. For SilkAir, Garuda Indonesia, Scoot and Singapore Airlines, you will depart from T2. Cheap flights to Bali from Singapore with AirAsia depart from T4.
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