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Jimbaran is served by Bali Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar, Indonesia)


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Jimbaran is served by Bali Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar, Indonesia)

    JKT
    Jakarta
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Lion Air

    Mon., 5/3 - Sat., 10/3
    USD 97
    KUL
    Kuala Lumpur
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Malindo Air

    Fri., 20/7 - Thu., 9/8
    USD 103
    SIN
    Singapore
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Jetstar Airways - Australia & New Zealand

    Tue., 27/2 - Tue., 13/3
    USD 134
    PER
    Perth
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Jetstar Airways - Australia & New Zealand

    Tue., 8/5 - Thu., 17/5
    USD 135
    HKT
    Phuket
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Multiple Airlines

    Thu., 8/3 - Thu., 15/3
    USD 182
    DRW
    Darwin
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Jetstar Airways - Australia & New Zealand

    Sun., 8/4 - Mon., 16/4
    USD 188
    BKK
    Bangkok
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Air Asia - Thai AirAsia

    Tue., 20/3 - Tue., 27/3
    USD 191
    SGN
    Ho Chi Minh City
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Malindo Air

    Sat., 18/8 - Mon., 27/8
    USD 203
    MEL
    Melbourne
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Jetstar Airways - Australia & New Zealand

    Fri., 27/4 - Wed., 9/5
    USD 234
    MNL
    Manila
    DPS
    Denpasar
    Malaysia Airlines

    Thu., 21/6 - Tue., 26/6
    USD 235
Arriving at Jimbaran

Cheap non-stop flights to Denpasar leave from Perth. Direct flights also leave from the Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Darwin. Australian’s visiting Bali can buy a visa on arrival for US25 if the intended stay is less than 30 days. Jimbaran is about is about 15 minutes south of Denpasar airport. A pre-paid taxi will cost about A$7. Bemos, or shared taxi, services to Jimbaran from the airport are very inconsistent, but there is a sporadic service from the airport, via Kuta, which continues on to Nusa Dua.

Getting around Jimbaran

Metered taxis are very common in southern Bali. They are also very cheap. The starting flagfall charge is around A50cents for the first 2km and the metre 50c per km after that. The largest and most reliable taxi company is Bali Taksi/Blue Bird. If hailing a taxi on the street, Bali Taksi cars are sky blue with a white top light. The cars are modern and the drivers well-informed with a decent level of English-language ability. There are several other reliable taxi companies but these are not always easy to identify. If day-tripping, it is often cheaper and more convenient to arrange for a taxi to wait and take you back. Renting motorcycles or scooters can be a frightening yet fascinating experience. They cost up to A$10 and are a great way to get around the quieter tourist areas like Jimbaran, but elsewhere in southern Bali, with its crush of traffic, the chances of an accident are greatly increased.

Attractions in Jimbaran

Jimbaran Bay is fringed by one of the best beaches in Bali, so swimming and surfing is a must-do. Away from the seaside delights check out the fish market, located at the northern end of the bay right by the beach at the junction with Jalan Tukad Ayung. Best to visit between 6 and 9 in the morning. Jimbaran also has a number of high-end spas, both within the luxury hotels and independent establishments. The town itself is a typical little Balinese society with lots of small streets and alleys that makes a perfect backdrop for a stroll. Just walking around in Jimbaran is an adventure and the locals are smiling and welcoming.

Shopping, Dining and Night Life in Jimbaran

There are a number of nice boutiques and antique shops in the area between The Intercontinental and the junction with Jalan Uluwatu II. There you’ll find Jenggala Gallery, a large gallery and retail showroom for ceramics produced in Bali. Slightly further north of the boutique area is Jimbaran Market. This is a hive of activity every morning as the local community goes about its business and is a notably good place to purchase cheap fresh produce. Eating seafood on the beach in Jimbaran is a must for every visitor to Bali and Jimbaran Bay is home to dozens of grilled seafood restaurants. They are in three groupings _ all set along the beach _ Muaya (in the very south), Kedonganan (in the middle) and Kelan (north of the fish market). Tables are set up right on the sand and you choose the seafood you want to eat from the tanks. All restaurants offer cheap set menus. There are also a number of good, cheap, local cafes on Jalan Uluwatu between the four road junction. Nightlife is limited in Jimbaran, and most venues close after 11pm. The Chocolate Café, in Jimbaran Corner, has live music and DJ occasionally and for one of the best sunsets in Bali grab a cheap beer near the Fish Café.

Flight stats for Jimbaran - did you know?
  • Jimbaran is 4 km from Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar, Indonesia).
  • Ngurah Rai Airport (Denpasar, Indonesia)
    • Right now, 55 airlines operate out of Ngurah Rai Airport.
    • Ngurah Rai Airport offers nonstop flights to 58 cities.
    • Every week, at least 1,083 domestic flights and 1,209 international flights depart from Ngurah Rai Airport.

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