Foreign tourists or domestic tourists who visit Bali can use the means of transportation by land, sea, or air.
Air Transportation :
Direct flights from Europe, America, Australia, and Asian countries to the International Airport Ngurah Rai (DPS) have been performed by major airlines. Domestic flights to and from major cities in Indonesia or other small towns made Ngurah Rai International Airport one of the busiest airports in the world. Runways and airplanes coming and going can be seen clearly from the beach, providing a kind of additional entertainment for tourists when they enjoy the beaches of Bali, such as Kuta Beach and Jimbaran Beach.
Maritime Transportation :
Bali is connected to the island of Java with the ferry service that connects Gilimanuk in Jembrana district with the Port of Ketapang in Banyuwangi in approximately 30 to 45 minutes. Crossing to the island of Lombok from the port of Padangbai takes about four to five hours, depending on the weather. And from Benoa Harbor, it receives ferries or fast boats from other islands or luxury cruises from other countries.
Land Transportation :
For land transportation between islands, Bali provides Ubung Denpasar terminal and Mengwi terminal that connect Bali island to other neighboring islands like Java and Lombok. Terminal Ubung, Bali, serves a variety of routes between islands such as Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Malang, Madura, Jember, Mataram, Bima, and others. Inter-island transport is served by a large bus fleet with economy, business, and executive classes. The relatively crowded terminal began at 15.00–18.00 because at that hour many buses start off to their destinations. For those of you who come through this terminal, please be careful against crime.
Arriving on the island of Bali, we will pick you up to go to the tourist attractions and destinations in Bali that you want.