Cheap flights from New Delhi to Bali (Denpasar)
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- Mon 9 DecDELDPSAirAsia XIndirectOne way from ₹ 8,114
- Fri 22 NovDELDPSAirAsia XIndirectOne way from ₹ 8,241
- Fri 29 NovDELDPSAirAsia XIndirectOne way from ₹ 8,246
Flight information New Delhi to Bali (Denpasar)
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Average flight time, total distance 5829 kilometres
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Delhi to Bali
International terminal, Terminal 3, New Delhi - 110 037
Jalan Raya Gusti Ngurah Rai Bali 80362, Indonesia
Bali Information Guide
Bali is Indonesia’s most popular tourist destination. Green rice fields, charming villages, emerald forests, surf fringed beaches, water sports, and an assortment of Hindu temples define this tropical paradise. The island is spread over 5,780 square kilometres.
Bali has a tropical monsoon climate. The temperature varies slightly from season to season, with the annual average being 86°F (30°C). Humidity levels are extremely high during the rainy season, but there is constant sunshine. May, June and July are the best months to visit Bali.
Balinese cuisineuses a variety of aromatic spices, fresh vegetables, meat and fish. It is marked by Chinese and Indian influences. The local delicacies include Babi Guling (roasted suckling pig), Betutu (steamed or roasted chicken or duck), Bubur Sum-Sum (rice porridge with palm sugar and coconut), Bubur Injun (black rice pudding with coconut milk), and Bantal (sticky rice, coconut, sugar and fruit). Seminyak, Kuta, Ubud and Jimbaran - each area has a wealth of world-class dining venues, offering a great range of cuisines.
Bali is renowned for its vibrant performing arts including kecak (monkey dance). Most depict stories from Hindu epics like the Ramayana, though with a unique Balinese touch. The island has scores of temple festivals around the year which sees stunning dance performances. The Hindu New Year, Nyepi, is celebrated in the spring with great pomp and ceremony. On its eve, colourful sculptures representing monsters are paraded through the streets before being burnt - a symbolic victory of good over evil. The day of the festival is marked by silence and tourists are advised to stay indoors.
History and Architecture:
Bali is believed to have been inhabited since the prehistoric era. It is said to have enjoyed a peaceful period under the reign of King Airlangga during the eleventh century. In the sixteenth century, after much struggle, strife and bloodshed, it came under Dutch rule, and then under Japanese occupation. Four years after the World War II, Bali gained independence. Balinese architecture pays rich tribute to its illustrious past and is heavily marked by Hindu elements, local philosophy and the traditional way of life. The island is dotted with quaint houses, exotic cottages, and charming villas with pergolas, pavilions and pleasure gardens. Not surprisingly, Balinese style has emerged as the most popular form of Asian tropical architecture.
No trip to Bali is complete without picking up Balinese crafts. Kuta is a great area to shop for apparel, leather products, and handicrafts. Kuta Art Market is the best place to shop for local arts knick knacks. Seminyak has a lot of exclusive boutiques and premium outlets selling surfing gear. Take a stroll from Legian Street to Laksmana Street if you are on the lookout for unique furniture and contemporary couture. Ubud is ideal to pick up souvenirs like hand-crafted jewellery, traditional wood and stone carvings.
Sightseeing in Bali:
Uluwatu Temple – Pura Luhur, Pura Tanah Lot, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan (Bali’s temple by the lake), Dolphin sightings at Lovina, Ubud (an ideal place to get a taste of the best in Bali), Kuta Beach, Hike/Climb Mount Batur at Kintamani and Coffee plantation at Bali Pulina Agro Tourism are some of the places you must visit when you are in Bali.
Getting to and fro from the airport
The best way of getting into the city is by bus. Ngurah Rai Airport, formerly known as the Denpasar Airport, has buses leaving regularly for the city centre and holiday resorts. Metered taxis are available outside the airport.
Delhi to Bali Flights
The distance between Delhi and Bali is 5,829 km and it takes about 9 hours and 5 minutes of flying time to reach Bali. There are 7 flights weekly from Delhi to Baliincluding Thai Airways, Singapore Airline, Malaysia Airlines, etc. Use our month or year view search tools to find the cheapest days to fly from Delhi to Bali.
Documents required to travel from Delhi to Bali (Denpasar)
Passengers travelling from Delhi to Bali (Denpasar) must carry all the documents listed below
- Valid Passport
- Valid Visa
- Return flight tickets (sometimes asked by the immigration depending on your visa type)
Major airlines that operate from Delhi to Bali (Denpasar)
Emirates flights to Bali (Denpasar), AirAsia flights to Bali (Denpasar), Singapore Airlines flights to Bali (Denpasar)
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