Prepaid Taxi Fares from Ngurah Rai Airport to main Bali Destinations

Prepaid Taxi Fares from Ngurah Rai Airport to main Bali Destinations (prices listed in rupiah)

  • Amed / Alamanda / Tulamben 750,000
  • Amanusa/Tanjung Benoa/Mulia 175,000
  • Amlapura 510,000
  • Ayana Resort 150,000
  • Bangu 300,000
  • Batu Bulan Station 175,000
  • Bedugul 400,000
  • Blah Batuh 270,000
  • Blahkiuh/Sangeh 230,000
  • Candidasa 425,000
  • Canggu 225,000
  • Celukan Bawang 750,000
  • Dyana Pura / Abimanyu/ Royal Seminyak 120,000
  • Denpasar (Tuku Umar) 125,000
  • Denpasar (Renon/Tanjung Bungkak/Kreneng) 135,000
  • Denpasar (Nangka Selatan/Ratna/Kesiman) 150,000
  • Denpasar (Sekar Tunjung/Tohpati/Penatih) 175,000
  • Gatsu / Ubung Station 165,000
  • Gatsu Timor 175,000
  • Gianyar 280,000
  • Gilimanuk 750,000
  • Jimbaran 1 (Intercontinental) 100,000
  • Jimbaran 11 (Four Seasons) 125,000
  • Jimbaran (Harris Hotel) 150,000
  • Kapal/Sibang/Darmasaba 175,000
  • Kediri 250,000
  • Kedonganan 85,000
  • Kerobokan/ Oberoi 150,000
  • Kintamani 450,000
  • Klungkung 300,000
  • Kuta (Discovery/Kuta Square/Bakungsari)) 70,000
  • Kuta (Batus Utara/Melasti/Pelasa) 80,000
  • Legian (Jl Padma, Jayakarta Hotel) 95,000
  • Lovina 650,000
  • Mambal 180,000
  • Medewi 500,000
  • Mengwi / Taman Ayun 185,000
  • Negara 600,000
  • Nusa Dua (BTDC) 150,000
  • Nusa Dua (Nikko) 185,000
  • Oberoi / Kerobokan 150,000
  • Padang Bai 400,000
  • Payangan 350,000
  • Pecatu / Jimbaran Hill 225,000
  • Pemuteran / Matahari Resort 850,000
  • Sanur 150,000
  • Seminyak (66/ Bintang) 110,000
  • Sangeh / Blahkiuh 230,000
  • Sempidi / Dalung 170,000
  • Singaraja 550,000
  • Sukawati 175,000
  • Tabanan 300,000
  • Tanah Lot / Le Meridien 300,000
  • Taro / Sebatu 400,000
  • Tegalalang 350,000
  • Tulamben / Amed / Alamanda 750,000
  • Tanjung Benoa 175,000
  • Tuban 55,000
  • Ubud Centre 300,000
  • Umalas /Semur / Kuwun 135,000
  • Uluwatu / Ungasan 200,000
In terms of transportation from the airport, Ngurah Rai is not too bad, but is also far from being perfect. Some hotels organise free transfers from the airport, but plenty of public taxis are also available: go to the ticketing booth. Just after you x-ray your bag, you'll enter a concourse. You can go left or right and all the waiting hotel drivers will on the other side of a wall from you. Head left and the (tiny) ticketing booth will be on your right, just before the air-conditioned duty free area. Here you can buy a fixed-fare ticket and a driver will be assigned to you trouble-free. However, the ticketing booth closes after the last flight arrival for the day and re-opens at 8 am, so anyone wanting an airport taxi during this period should be prepared to haggle or seek the alternatives described below. Beware being overcharged by the staff behind the counter, citing reasons such as new rates. This commonly happens to travelers who appear new to Bali and unsure of the pricing, and can be as much as 100% more. It is best to determine your destination's locality and prepare the exact amount for a trip to that area. At the counter, hand that amount over while confidently stating your destination. If necessary, mention the pricing on the board behind the counter to reinforce the amount you give. Note that the price is per car, not per person.
If you are travelling on a restricted budget, you can flag down a motorbike from outside the airport gate (3-5 minutes walk from both terminals). If you walk outside the airport to the street, you can also flag down a bemo (local minivan). Most of the bemos in this area will be heading to Kuta (road to Kuta heads to the left if looking out from the airport gate), but don't absolutely bank on it, and be prepared for a hot, crowded journey. It should cost no more than a few thousand rupiah per person (ask the driver beforehand).
There's also an air conditioned bus service called Trans Sarbagita that runs following route Term. Batu Bulan (Gianyar) - Tohpati (DPS) - Sanur (DPS) - Kuta Central Park (Badung) - Jimbaran (Badung) - Nusa Dua (Badung), occasionally the bus heading to and from Nusa Dua will stop at the airport. There is no marked Trans Sarbagita bus stop at the airport. Bus stops at the roundabout at the left side from the airport exit. The bus fare is 3.500 RP for adults and 2.500 for students.
If you are heading for a real adventure in Bali, you can also rent a car on the airport. There is plenty of international car rental companies such as Avis, Trac or Europcar, where the price of car is around 30 to 50 us$ a day for Toyota Avanza. If you are traveling with budget, you can try several online car rental operators such as Balicarfinder, Tripbase or Baliguider where the prices start on 15us$ day. All the car renters deliver their cars to airport as well as to hotels. Make sure your car is insured and check the condition of car before signing the contract. Most of travellers prefer to make few photos before signing.
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