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Flight information Iloilo International to Bali (Denpasar)

Cheapest return price last month

P12,147

Direct airlines

0

Average flight time, total distance 2315 kilometres

5h 45min

Most popular airline last month

Cebu Pacific

Bali (Denpasar)

1 airport

Bali, an island-province in Indonesia is a blooming island paradise that is famed for the beauty of its fascinating volcanoes, lush rice terraces, and captivating white-sand beaches. These are some of the factors that make it a favorite family holiday destination of a number of citizens from other Asian nations; the long list includes those from the Philippines—from its Visayan city of Iloilo—to be exact. They flock Bali to indulge in Mt. Batur, a sacred volcano (according to Hindu belief) that is also a famous tourist hotspot in the central highlands of the island province; Tegallalang Rice Terraces, rice paddies that exemplify the island’s unique egalitarian water system; and Green Bowl, a secluded beach that has gained notoriety for its exotic and quiet shores. In addition to its natural wonders, Bali is also known for its colorful ceremonies, dramatic dances, and intricately carved temples.

Putting all the abovementioned tourist draws into consideration, it is safe to say that boredom is not a cause of concern for Iloilo locals who want to include Bali in their travel plans. Before flying over, though, they need to acquaint themselves of the essential undertakings that they may encounter along the way. They are often made up of air transportation matters and similar concerns.

What airlines fly the Iloilo – Bali route?

Currently, Philippine Airlines along with Cebu Pacific offer flights from Iloilo to Bali. Due to certain restrictions, all the flights are connecting and are done via Manila.

What should passengers expect from the airports?

• Iloilo International Airport

Iloilo International Airport is not only the busiest airport in the Philippines’ Visayas region, it also happens to be one of the most sophisticated in the country. This is the reason why it still manages to deliver productive and favorable service. In line with this, it is composed of modest amenities like computerized check-in and check-out counters, LCD displays, x-ray machines, ATMs, currency exchange kiosks, lounge areas, cafes, restaurants, snack bars, free Internet, car rental stations, information desks, air ticket offices, and many others.

• Denpasar International Airport

Bali is serviced by Ngurah Rai International Airport, which is also known as Denpasar International Airport. The flights are generally performed in a professional, pleasant, and organized manner thanks to its snack bars, cafeterias, restaurants, cafes, pharmacy, hotel reservation offices, transportation terminals, car rental posts, and others.

What about transportation?

• Iloilo International Airport

Iloilo International Airport is effectively and efficiently linked by public transportation. For this reason, travelers can easily reach it via public carriers like jeepneys as well as multi-cabs that charge a set minimum fare of USD .16 or PHP 8.00, buses that charge a set minimum fare of USD .24 or PHP 12.00, commuter vans that charge approximately USD 3.00 or PHP 150.00 per trip, taxis that charge a set tariff rate of USD .80 or PHP 40.00 and another USD .40 or PHP 20.00 every succeeding kilometer, and rental vehicles that charge a set rate of USD 43.43 or PHP 2,126.57 per day.

• Denpasar International Airport

Upon touch down at Denpasar International Airport, travelers from Iloilo can head over to Bali’s most sought after sites in an instant. This is true even if they rely on public transportation options like commuter buses that charge a minimum amount of USD .26 or PHP 12.97, metro taxis that charge a regular tariff of USD .52 or PHP 25.94 and another USD .52 per succeeding kilometer. Alternatively, they can choose rental cars that charge a daily fee of USD 25.00 or PHP 1,247.50.

How about food expenses?

Food are more expensive in Iloilo, Philippines than in Bali, Indonesia. For instance, a meal in a regular restaurant may cost around USD 2.50 or PHP 125.00 in the former, but only about USD 1.90 or PHP 95.00 in the latter.

What are the visa requirements?

Iloilo-based individuals who are contemplating of heading over to Bali and other Indonesian cities and/or municipalities need to have a six-month-valid passport, a tourist visa, and round trip tickets. The second document can be obtained from the Indonesian Embassy in the Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. Also, it is important to note that tourist visa holders cannot apply for employment opportunities while in Indonesia.

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