Cheap Flights From Davao to Denpasar

Flight information Davao International to Bali (Denpasar)

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Average flight time, total distance 2116 kilometres

6h 35min

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Philippine Airlines

Bali (Denpasar)

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Bali (Denpasar): Bali (Denpasar).
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Davao International to Bali (Denpasar) is P10,249. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
6h 35min is the average flight time from Davao International to Bali (Denpasar).
There are no airlines that fly directly from Davao International to Bali (Denpasar).

The island of Bali in Indonesia is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Asia since it offers something for almost everyone. Some of its primary draws are its white-sand beaches, “adrenaline-pumping” amusement parks, lush rainforests, and many others. While there, tourists can experience the Suluban Beach, a unique beach that is concealed by limestone formations; the Waterbom Bali Tropical Water Park, a 3.8 hectare facility that gained notoriety for its thrilling ride called the Climax, which is characterized by a 70-kilometer-per-hour drop in 7 seconds; and Mount Batur, beautiful active volcano that is simply stunning, especially during sunrise.

All in all, Bali somewhat developed a reputation for offering total relaxation and for this reason, it continues to draw visitors from different parts of the world. These include those from its neighboring Asian country of the Philippines—from its city of Davao—to be exact.

What airlines fly the Davao – Bali route?

At present, there are two companies that handle flights from Davao to Bali: Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific. All of the trips that they offer are connecting and are done via Manila.

What should passengers expect from the airports?

• Davao International Airport (DVO)

In general, Davao is a strict city and it is safe to say that this aspect contributes to the fact that its air transportation facility: Davao International Airport (also known as Francisco Bangoy International Airport), is one of the most organized in the country. Traveling via the mentioned airport is also convenient because of its luggage areas, dining options, banks, ATMs, currency exchange stations, transportation desks, wheelchair kiosks, customer assistance posts, and so on.

• Denpasar International Airport

The island of Bali is served by Ngurah Rai International Airport (also known as Denpasar International Airport). It handles countless flights annually and they are performed in a pleasant as well as organized manner thanks to the air transportation hub’s executive lounges, snack bars, cafeterias, pharmacy, hotel reservation stations, and air ticket sales offices, among other amenities.

What about transportation?

• Davao International Airport (DVO)

Getting to Davao International Airport for a particular flight is easy since the mentioned complex is linked by public transportation. Plus, travelers can turn to different carriers that include jeepneys that charge a minimum fare of USD .16 or PHP 8.00, non-air conditioned buses that charge USD .20 or PHP 10.00, air conditioned buses that charge USD .24 or PHP 12.00, taxis that charge a regular tariff of USD .80 or PHP 40 and USD .24 or PHP 12.00 per succeeding kilometer, and rental cars that charge USD 36.07 or PHP 1,800.00 per day.

• Denpasar International Airport

Upon reaching Denpasar International Airport, travelers from Davao can easily go to Bali’s famous attractions and other interesting sites with the use of public transportation. They can turn to public buses that charge a minimum of USD .26 or PHP 12.97, taxis that charge a tariff of USD .52 or PHP 25.94 and another USD .52 every succeeding kilometer, and rental cars that charge USD 25.00 or PHP 1,247.50.

What are the visa requirements?

Filipinos who wish to travel to Bali and other cities and/or municipalities in Indonesia need to possess a passport, which is valid for at least six months. At the same time, they need to avail a visa from the Indonesian Embassy in the Republic of the Philippines. To add, the mentioned document is non-convertible as well as non-extendable and its bearers are mandated by law to refrain from applying for jobs while in Indonesia. Lastly, Filipino travelers also need to possess round trip tickets.

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