The main and only international airport on the island of Bali is officially called Ngurah Rai International Airport or Bandar Udara Internasional Ngurah Rai.
Bali handles over 25 million passengers annually, making it the third busiest airport in Indonesia. It is located just under 3 km south of the resort town of Kuta and 13 km south of Sanur and north of Nusa Dua.
After arriving from an international flight, arm yourself with patience - immigration control will gamely take 2 hours of standing in a long queue to get stamped for a free 30-day visa.
Bali Airport is served by a wide range of international routes with very frequent connections throughout Southeast Asia, to Australia, Japan and Korea. Most cheap flights to Bali can be purchased through airasia.com.
Long-haul flights go to Istanbul via Turkish Airlines or Amsterdam via klm.com, for example.
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