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Airlines adjust prices for plane tickets from Singapore 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 112 direct flights from Singapore to Bali.
Singapore Airlines provides 25 of the non-stop flights between Singapore and Bali.
|Airlines flying this route:||Air France Jetstar Asia Indonesia AirAsia Garuda Indonesia Silkair Scoot Singapore Airlines|
|Airports in Singapore:||Changi Airport Singapore Seletar Apt|
|Airports in Bali:||Ngurah Rai Airport|
|Average duration of direct flights:||2h44m|
Indonesia’s prime tourist destination, Bali, is celebrated as the Land of the Gods. People from all over the world throng this island for its majestic volcanoes and verdant rice-terrace fields. The vast, scenic beaches of Bali are perfect to surf, swim and snorkel or to just sunbathe.
JetStar, Scoot and Indonesia AirAsia are known to have many direct flights to Bali. Amidst other airlines that operate cheap flights from Singapore are Singapore Airlines, Garuda Indonesia and KLM. Lion and Malaysia Airlines may also offer Singapore to Bali flights as connecting flights.
Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport or Denpasar International Airport (DPS) is located in the southern part of Bali. All flights from Singapore to Bali land at this airport, which is at a distance of about 13 km from Denpasar.
It takes about 2 hours 45 minutes in a direct flight from Changi Airport to Denpasar International Airport. Connecting flights take longer, anywhere from 5 to 10 hours.
The native language of Bali is Bahasa Bali and the official language, Bahasa Indonesia. The local people of Bali speak both. However, with Bali being a thriving spot for tourists from all over the world, the locals are also well-versed in English.
Tourists prefer staying in Kuta and Seminyak as they offer the best places to shop and dine in Bali. While Seminyak is teeming with restaurants, bistros and cafes, Kuta is popular for its exciting nightlife experience.
For those treading the spiritual path, Ubud is culturally rich and enticing. Choices for hotels and accommodation are endless in these areas. First-time visitors might want to pick Sanur to stay as it is away from the overwhelming tourist-rush. Padangbai is a quaint village, ideal for those exploring the east coast.
Bali is the ultimate shoppers’ paradise. Sukawati Market is famous for Indonesian clothing like shirts, scarves, dresses and bags. Ubud is the perfect amalgamation of luxury boutiques, art galleries and the local market. Ubud market and Hardy’s Malls are hotspots for budget-shopping.
Kuta has boutiques and shops that sell surf-wear and colourful T-shirts. Cafes and restaurants of Kuta showcase exotic delicacies and cuisines. Seminyak is not only popular for its high-end stores but also its fine-dining restaurants. For die-hard patrons of seafood, Jimbaran is the place to enjoy a quiet dinner by the beach.
Bali’s white beaches are synonymous with an array of water sports that tourists love to experience. Surfers throng Broken Beach, Kelingking Beach and Atuh Beach and also the beaches at Nusa Lembongan. Manta point and Malibu Point are known for their deadly diving companions- big rays, trevally fish and even sharks. Menjangan Islands and Pemutaran are said to have the best diving spots.
Do not miss the Kecak Dance with the sea as the backdrop at the Uluwatu Temple. Nature-lovers can enjoy the scenic beauty of Bali at the West Bali National Park, Mount Batur and Gunung Agung. Add a dash of adventure to your itinerary with white-water rafting in Ayung River at Ubud. The list is endless.
Did you know? In Indonesia, at present, no visa is required for Singaporeans travelling with Singapore passport for a maximum of 30 days.
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