Bali International Airport (DPS)

Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Bali is a vital international airport serving the island. Redeveloped in 2013, Bali Airport is located on the island's southern end, just eight miles south of the Denpasar neighbourhood. Due to its location, most travellers call it “Denpasar Airport.” The airport operates at sea level and is owned by the Indonesian government. Originally established during the Dutch colonial period, Ngurah Rai has grown into the second-busiest airport in Indonesia. With continuous expansions and enhancements, it caters to domestic and international flights, providing modern facilities and efficient services for the increasing number of tourists visiting Bali.

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  • Ngurah Rai International Airport is about 13 km south of Denpasar.
  • The airport offers round-the-clock arrival and departure to help you have a seamless experience.

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Bali Airport details 

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  • Address/location - Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), Kuta, Indonesia
  • IATA Code - DPS
  • Airport Pin Code - 80362
  • Distance of the airport from the city centre - 13 km
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Terminal Information

Ngurah Rai International Airport is Indonesia's second-largest airport. It has two terminals. One terminal is for international flights, and the other is for domestic flights. With efficient check-in procedures and friendly staff, the airport ensures a smooth journey for visitors. Within the international and domestic terminals, visitors will find a variety of airport lounges offering everything from cinema to kids' playgrounds. When shopping at duty-free retail centres, international travellers can use duty-free prices on some of the hottest merchandise. The airport also has various tantalising restaurants in the terminals' arrivals, departures, and public areas. Inside the terminal, passengers can enjoy free Wi-Fi connectivity. A VIP lounge is available for those seeking a more exclusive experience, providing a comfortable and tranquil environment. The international terminal has more than ten landing and departing gates, and the domestic terminal has eight landing and departing gates.


Airport Facilities

Baggage storage
Airport lounges
Hotel reservations
Travellers aid
Medical facilities
Drinking fountains
Restaurants & Cafes
Pet relief areas

Things to do

Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) offers a variety of activities and amenities to keep travellers entertained and comfortable. Here are some things you can do at Bali Airport:

  • Explore the airport's duty-free shops and local boutiques to buy souvenirs, clothing, and other items. Bali Airport has a range of stores selling traditional Balinese goods, handicrafts, and international brands.
  • Enjoy a range of dining options, including local Balinese cuisine and international dishes. Many cafes and restaurants are available to suit different tastes and preferences.
  • If you can access airport lounges, take advantage of their facilities and services, such as comfortable seating and complimentary snacks and beverages.
  • Bali is known for its spa culture; the airport reflects that with various wellness facilities. Enjoy a massage or spa service before your flight.
  • Bali Airport features outdoor gardens where you can relax and enjoy the tropical surroundings. Take a stroll or find a quiet spot to unwind.
  • If you're travelling with children, explore the airport's play areas to keep kids entertained and engaged.

Hotels near Indonesia Airport

  • Hilton Bali Resort
  • Intercontinental Bali Resort
  • The Jayakarta Bali Beach Resort
  • Bintang Bali Resort
  • Bakung Beach Resort

Visa and Immigration

Indian citizens visiting Bali, Indonesia, typically need a visa for entry. However, Indonesia offers visa-free entry and visa-on-arrival facilities for certain nationalities, and this information may be subject to change. Indian citizens can enter Indonesia without a visa for short visits of up to 30 days. This exemption is applicable for tourism purposes only and doesn't allow for extension or conversion to other visa types. If your visit exceeds the visa-free period or you plan to stay longer than 30 days, you may obtain a Visa upon Arrival (VoA) in Indonesia. The VoA is extendable for an additional 30 days.

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