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  • 1 The cheapest flights to Bali tend to be from London based airports and good deals can be found if you are prepared to combine airlines.
  • 2 While no airline flies direct from the UK to Bali, there are many options for budget travellers, including popular connections in Singapore, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur.
  • 3 Taxi or rental car are your best options on arrival in Bali, but there is a shuttle service from the airport too.

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An island and province of Indonesia, Bali is home to white sandy beaches, a precipitous volcanic centre, lush jungles, temples and much more. The friendly locals speak Balinese and Indonesian, and they can frequently be seen adorned in colourful floral accessories while taking part in religious celebrations. While on the island, you can spend your rupiah on a host of activities. Water sports abound in coastal areas, while inland the terrain is great for trekking. The bustling capital, Denpasar, is the hub of the island and it is home to nearly 800,000 people. To book Bali flights, or to investigate other exciting Indonesia destinations, search dealchecker today.

When to go to Bali

Due to its location near the equator, Bali enjoys fairly consistent temperatures year-round. However, precipitation levels do vary and the rainy season lasts from October until March. During this period, humidity is high and there are frequent storms.

Flights to Bali

Flights to Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport generally involve one or more stops and they take around 16 hours. The airport is located 13 kilometres south of Denpasar and it is Indonesia's third-busiest international airport. Taxis are available to take you onwards and the official taxi counter is located outside the arrivals hall. One of the best ways to get around Bali is to hire a car. This gives you total independence and allows you to explore places that would otherwise be inaccessible. It is also possible to hire drivers and, for short journeys, you can use bikes. Public transport is cheap but limited.

What to see in Bali

A popular tourist spot on Bali is Kuta. As well as temples, this town boasts a beautiful beach complete with surfing and snorkelling facilities. Meanwhile, the beach resort of Sanur on the island's south coast is also well worth a look. It is close to a range of cultural sights and it can serve as a good base if you want to explore southern Bali. No holiday to the island is complete without an exploration of its temples. These constructions are the focal point of spiritual life in Bali and during festivals and anniversaries, they really come into their own. The main temple is the Besakih Temple on the slopes of Mount Agung.

Beach, Bali

Bali has many idyllic beaches

Pura Ulun Danu Temple, Bali

Puru Ulun Danu Temple is just one of the many gorgeous temples here

Temple God, Bali

Inside the temples you will find many statues of the gods

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