Direct flights to Denpasar
Bali is a highly popular destination among tourists from all over the world. Here you find all direct flights to the main airport, Denpasar, and can learn more about this interesting island.
Bali International is a medium sized and second largest airport in Indonesia. In total there are 48 airports with direct flights to Denpasar from 16 different countries and 6 U.S. states. The airport is a hub for Lion Air (Secondary hub.), Batik Air (Secondary hub.) and Citilink (Secondary hub.). You can easily reach Denpasar with daily non-stop flights from 18 other major hubs like Jakarta (Lion Air), Singapore (Singapore Airlines) and Surabaya (Lion Air).
Non-stop routes to DPS:
Denpasar in Bali has long been equated with an exotic paradise, a picturesque vision of green rice fields and plantations, soaring volcanoes, cool lakes and rushing rivers, lush forests and palm fringed beaches. The original charm of the 'Island of the Gods' and its smiling people is still very much in evidence, especially in the many rural villages.
The city of Denpasar is Bali’s capital. Over the past 20 years, Denpasar has played a big role in the growth and prosperity of Bali which is a huge draw to visitors from all over the world. Denpasar can be very noisy and polluted but it is possible to escape the crowds and enjoy the tranquil gardens, museums and colourful arts centre.
Find a direct flight to Bali
Bali’s main international airport is situated in Denpasar. The airport is fairly well connected to the rest of Asia and Oceania. If you want to find a direct flight you can use the links below to see all flight options from each airport.
- Direct flights from Singapore (SIN) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Sydney (SYD) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Bangkok (DMK) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Taipei (TPE) to Denpasar (DPS)
- Direct flights from Doha (DOH) to Denpasar (DPS)
What to see in Bali
With a literal meaning of ‘next to the market’, Denpasar is home to a huge and bustling market called Pasar Badung as well as lots of other interesting and unique shops. Head to the Pura Jagatnatha temple and marvel at its stunning palatial architecture. The temple is dedicated to Sang HyangWidi, Bali’s Supreme God and is now a museum with interesting exhibitions and a great collection of modern art.
For a taste of the rich variety of Balinese arts and crafts, it is well worth visiting the Taman Wedhi Budaya art centre which is home to a fascinating selection of crafts, paintings and carvings. The centre hosts the annual Arts Festival during the months of June and July and traditional Balinese dances are held every evening.
How to find a direct flight to Denpasar
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Denpasar climate – season to season
Lying just south of the equator, Denpasar has a tropical monsoon climate with two distinct seasons: wet (November to March) and dry (April to October). The dry season has hotter temperatures, but the humidity levels are much higher during the rainy season. The height of the summer season also brings cool breezes to temper the hot weather. The average annual temperature is about 86F (30C).