Below are all flights to Denpasar Bali (DPS), in Indonesia. We compare cheap one-way and round trip flights to all Indonesian destinations including Denpasar Bali airport from airlines including Virgin Australia (VA), Jetstar (JQ), Garuda Indonesia (GA), Malaysia Airlines (MH). Discount return air fares to Denpasar Bali start at $723.73 from Virgin Australia (VA) to $1089.81 from Malaysia Airlines (MH). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Denpasar Bali,Indonesia (ID).
|Flying With||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|Jetstar||10 June 2013||18 June 2013||Economy||$291.90|
|Jetstar||21 August 2013||27 August 2013||Economy||$354.71|
|Virgin Australia||02 June 2013||08 June 2013||Economy||$396.99|
|Garuda Indonesia||20 October 2013||25 October 2013||Economy||$552.14|
|Jetstar||27 October 2013||16 November 2013||Economy||$602.49|
|Virgin Australia||12 August 2013||22 August 2013||Economy||$716.38|
|V Australia||08 February 2014||22 February 2014||Economy||$723.73|
|V Australia||11 July 2013||19 July 2013||Economy||$739.27|
|06 July 2013||16 July 2013||Economy||$781.83|
|Jetstar||18 January 2014||23 January 2014||Economy||$783.97|
|Garuda Indonesia||31 May 2013||03 June 2013||Economy||$797.12|
|13 October 2013||23 October 2013||Economy||$817.11|
|Jetstar||18 September 2013||25 September 2013||Economy||$867.95|
|Jetstar||20 July 2013||05 August 2013||Economy||$868.51|
|Malaysia Airlines||01 June 2013||04 June 2013||Economy||$879.71|
|Garuda Indonesia||03 December 2013||31 December 2013||Economy||$896.04|
|V Australia||08 June 2013||20 June 2013||Economy||$904.66|
|British Airways||11 November 2013||25 November 2013||Economy||$918.45|
|V Australia||06 June 2013||11 June 2013||Economy||$951.60|
|V Australia||02 August 2013||05 August 2013||Economy||$957.30|
Tourism in DenpasarLocated in Indonesia, Denpasar is the capital and largest city of the island of Bali. While not yet a common tourist destination, the attractions the city has to offer are excellent and often surprising and the city is quickly modernizing to offer conveniences to those who visit.
As foreigners are not yet common, it is inexpensive and easy for tourists to enjoy traditional food, drink and accommodations. Denpasar is a melting pot of different cultures from all over Indonesia, which means that there are endless options for flavors, styles and types of the different regional and ethnic Indonesian cuisines. Local taxi drivers and hotel owners are more than happy to give recommendations to their favorite locals.
The rich culture is easy for a tourist to explore and enjoy. When traveling throughout the city, it is easy to find temples, palaces and museums that display religious, political and historical artifacts. The cost to enter these places is often nothing or very minimal, making a day of exploration not only interesting, but inexpensive. The main sites are all within the center of the city, so a visitor could see most things traveling on foot.
Denpasar is also known for its shopping. There are endless shops selling gold pieces, stores and markets specializing in silk, such as Duta Silk, and markets and fairs selling traditional clothing, handicrafts, food and souvenirs, such as the Badung Central Market.
Only a two hour flight from Darwin, Australia, this exotic and rarely-traveled city is a prime location for Australian tourists hoping to get off the beaten track and find a unique travel opportunity at an affordable price.