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|Denpasar city centre|
|Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS): 8 mi from city centre|
Let the moment carry you away when you search for cheap flights to Denpasar using liligo.com. Fill in your departure city and travel dates and find the best offers on the web in 30seconds. Compare flight prices before booking and use the filters to customize your search. Choose between airlines, number of stopovers, airports and even set your budget. Use the flexible dates feature to get even more results. Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS) is just 15 kilometres from Denpasar, there are two terminals at the airport, both walking distance apart. International flights are more likely to touch down at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CKG) in Jakarta.
Situated on the southern side of island of Bali, strung along the line of islands belonging to Indonesia, Denpasar is a haven for beaches, white sand, and culture. Even though Denpasar is the capital of the island, a lot of the buzz can be found in Kuta where most of the hotels, restaurants, spas, and marketplaces are found. The people in Bali are famous for their handicrafts which consist of brightly coloured batik cloths, pottery, silver works, and other forms of artwork.
Built in the 14th century, the Temple of Maospahit has been restored a few times due to damage from earthquakes. The temple is cared for by 20 families, who also organize the ceremonies. Points of interest here include terracotta statues which are believed to be extremely old. It is most popular for its archaeological activity. Other essentials in Denpasar include a tour around the harbour, a trip to the centre for arts, and at least a few historical temples. Find some fresh seafood and rice when hunger strikes and whistle down the next dokar to the beach.
All European nationals need to purchase a visa upon arrival to any of the 15 airports or 21 seaports designated by the Indonesian Immigration department. Dress code is quite modest in Bali. For women shorts and tank tops are fine when out in the streets but for visiting friends, family, government or public offices, long trousers or a long skirt is more appropriate. When visiting a pura or temple, a sarong must be worn. Don't forget that tipping is not a Balinese custom but the culture is changing due to the increase in American clientèle which are in the habit to tip. When crossing the street, raise your arm and waive your hand. Walk confidently as motorists and bikers would rather just honk than put their feet on the brake pedal. When in doubt, do as the locals do! That's the easiest way to enjoy your trip to Bali after you find your cheap flights to Denpasar.