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Useful things to know about Denpasar Airport
- Denpasar Airport is properly called Ngurah Rai International Airport
- It’s the second busiest airport in Indonesia with thirteen million passengers using it annually
- Unfortunately it also has the reputation of being Indonesia’s second most crowded airport with ensuing delays
- A new international terminal opened in November 2013, while the domestic terminal opened in September 2014 with an area of 65,800 square meters and can accommodate 25 million passengers a year until 2025.
- The airport is eight miles south of Denpasar
Denpasar Mini Guide
Who Flies to Denpasar Airport?
It’s usually recently married couples wanting to spend their honeymoon on the famed ‘Island of the Gods’ or others just wanting a romantic holiday in beautiful surroundings. Other travellers include business people who come to the economic and administrative capital of Bali. Finally, culture seekers come to Bali for the temples, shrines and ancient ruins dotted around the island.
How do I get to Denpasar Airport?
Most flights from outside Asia to Bali come from Australia
and Bali is often included in a two centre stay in Australia. If you want to fly in direct from Europe you have only the more sensible choice of flying from Amsterdam
with KLM. It’s possible to fly from several Russian airports but it’s more convenient from Amsterdam.
What is the Airport Like?
The airport has two terminals, one for domestic flights and one for international ones. There are jetways for loading passengers onto planes but because of the sheer number of passengers, the airport now busses people to the aircraft. The international terminal has a monopoly on facilities with banks and a post office, restaurants and several shops selling duty free goods, local handicrafts and gifts as well as silk outlets and traditional clothing shops. There’s a pharmacy should you need any medication and you’ll also find a prayer room and a mosque on site.