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Prices shown are for 1 adult ticket including taxes & fees.(As ticket fares can change frequently, these advertised prices are for reference only. The actual prices will be shown at time of booking.)
Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets from Melbourne to Bali based on the day and time that you book your flight. After analyzing data from all airlines, we have discovered that the best days to book flights are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
There are 30 direct flights from Melbourne to Bali.
Jetstar Airways provides 30.000002 of the non-stop flights between Melbourne and Bali.
|Airlines flying this route:||Klm Royal Dutch Airlines Qantas Airways Malindo Air Jetstar Airways Garuda Indonesia|
|Airports in Melbourne:||Avalon Airport Moorabbin Essendon Airport Melbourne Airport|
|Airports in Bali:||Ngurah Rai Airport|
|Average duration of direct flights:||6h35m|
Bali is a picturesque island that is part of Indonesia. Thanks to its stunning beaches, rolling hills and mountains, rice terraces, volcanic formations, and rugged coastlines, the island is one of the most popular destinations in South-East Asia. The island is also rich in history and culture while also affording visitors many engaging activities. The island caters to every budget, and you will see the uber-rich and backpackers on the island.
Tip: The city of Denpasar is the administrative and transportation hub for the island. On its own, it is not a major tourist destination.
Landing in Bali (DPS)
All passengers flying from Melbourne to Bali will arrive at Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). The airport is located about 30 km from the city of Denpasar and is the third busiest in all of Indonesia. Bali airport has many foods and shopping options as well as free Wi-Fi. Melbourne Airport has many flights to choose from like Qantas Airways, and Malindo Air offers a few direct flights to Bali from Melbourne.
SilkAir, Malaysian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, and Cathay Pacific offer connecting flights, which might be cheaper. The direct Melbourne to Bali flights usually takes around six hours to complete the journey.
Tip: Indonesia allows Indians with a valid passport to visit visa-free for 30 days if they are arriving for leisure.
Things You Need To Know Before Going to Bali
There are many reasons to visit Bali, and the city appeals to a large variety of tourists. From natural beauty to cultural gems, the island has it all. However, if you are a first time visitor, you might want to keep certain things in mind to make the most of your holiday in Bali.
The dry season lasts from May to September, so you should plan your visit during those months. However, if you do visit the island during the off-season, you might find better deals. If you are going to visit any of the island’s beautiful temples, which we strongly suggest that you do, then you will have to remember to dress modestly. Cover your shoulders and upper arms. You will also have to wear a temple scarf around the waist and a sarong. Most temples will give you the option to rent these clothing articles for a small price.
Staying safe in Bali is very easy due to a large number of tourists visiting year-round. However, you should keep an eye out for scams. Exchange your money only at places authorised by the Bank of Indonesia. Keep a lookout from ‘Blue Taxi’ as they are honest and will not overcharge. When visiting the famous beaches of Bali, be sure to look out for red flags. These indicate rip tides and strong currents. Refrain from swimming in the water if you see these flags. Keep your body healthy by hydrating regularly and only use bottled water.
Tip: Just because Bali is an island, it doesn’t mean you can get away with the beachwear. If you want to visit bars and clubs, they will most likely have a dress code.
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