Getting to

Coming to Bali by Air and Boat
Please note that a 30 days Tourism visa is available at arrival, free of charge.

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Coming from Abroad by plane

If you come to Bali from outside Indonesia, several airlines offer non-stop flights from and to Denpasar Ngurah Rai International Airport welcomes thousands of visitors each day and the increasing numbers of tourist simply add the numbers of direct flights connections between Bali and other parts of the globe including Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Hongkong, Bangkok, Brunei, Fukuoka, Honolulu, Kuala lumpur, Singapore, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Munich and more.

Travel from European countries
Unfortunately, there is no direct flight from European countries to Bali.
You can either choose between these options:
– Make a short stop in Singapore if you take KLM Royal Dutch airline; or
– Make a short stop in Kuala Lumpur and transfer flights to Denpasar
– Travel to Bangkok with China Airlines, and change flight to Denpasar with Thai Airways
– Make a transit to Hongkong and continue to Denpasar
– Make a transit to Dubai, and continue to Denpasar

Coming from within Indonesia by plane

If you are on tour to visit Indonesia and planning to come to Bali, there are direct flights from major cities within the country using domestic flights. The schedules vary and most of them are available daily. Some domestic airlines to choose include: Sriwijaya Air, Wings Air, Garuda and Citi Link or international airline such as Air Asia that caters various routes within the country.

Coming by boat from Java

If you happen to be in Java, it is easy to travel to Bali using ferries. The ships depart daily and in frequent times of the day. You will need to travel to East Java and go to Ketapang Port and take PELNI ferries to Gilimanuk port in Bali. Please note that this is the only port that connects the 2 islands. It takes about 30 to 45 minutes to cross the water.

Transports

Make it easy on yourself and let our driver pick you up upon arrival at the Airport. He’ll be happy to make your first experience a great one and knows exactly where to go. Pickup fee: $25 only.

Hop on your scooter and enjoy a few minutes of breeze until you reach the famous Balinese beaches, world-renowned surf spots, beautiful mystical temples or local markets with gourmet foods and organic vegetables. Scooters are for rent around the corner and can be delivered on location. Expect to pay no more than $4 a day. Prefer a car? There are plenty of Balinese drivers around, and taxis eager to bring you to your next location. For less than 50-60$ a day you can hire your own driver and have him take you on a tour around the island. We have phone numbers and details at the villa so you can order to your convenience.

 

WHAT TO BRING

Short trousers, short sleeve shirts, hat, sunscreen, mosquito repellent, tennis shoes and swim wear.

WEATHER

Bali’s is located very near to the equator, therefore its warm, tropical climate makes it a huge draw for tourists. Average year-round temperature stands at around 25-30°C with a humidity level of about 85%. Generally one can say that Bali is pleasant all year through. Even if it rains, Bali is enjoyable. Particularly for some surfers who enjoy big waves some months during rainy season are more suitable. The two seasons are not clear cut and fully predictable. At times, a week in November on Bali can feel like a June and the other way around. Christmas and New Year is clearly high or peak season on Bali and tourists come from all over the world to enjoy the beaches, the surfing, diving, the restaurants, the club, the spas and everything else Bali has to offer – although it is technically “rainy season”

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Getting to Dune Mawar Villa

Dune Mawar Villa
Jl. Raya Tiyingtutul No.13
Pererenan
Mengwi
Kabupaten Badung,
Bali 80351
Indonésie
http://www.dune-mawar-villa.com
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+91 413 2912 280 (India)

Skype : Dune Wellness Group OR booking.dunewellnessgroup or DuneWellnessGroup