Ngurah Rai Airport Bali: A Gateway to Paradise
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Ngurah Rai Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport, is the main airport serving the island of Bali in Indonesia. It is named after I Gusti Ngurah Rai, a Balinese hero who died in a battle against the Dutch in 1946. The airport is located in Tuban, a district of South Kuta, about 13 kilometers south of Denpasar, the capital city of Bali. Ngurah Rai Airport is the second busiest airport in Indonesia, after Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, with more than 25 million passengers passing through its gates in 2019.
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The construction of Ngurah Rai Airport
began in 1963, during the reign of President Sukarno, with the aim of boosting Bali's tourism industry. The airport was officially opened in 1970, replacing the smaller Bali International Airport in Sanur. The new airport was designed by a team of Indonesian architects led by Hadi Simatupang and Frederich Silaban, and built by a Japanese construction company. It was built on a reclaimed mangrove swamp, and required the removal of thousands of coconut trees.
The airport underwent a major renovation and expansion in the early 2010s, in order to cope with the increasing number of passengers. The renovation was completed in 2014, and involved the construction of a new terminal, expansion of the existing terminal, and the addition of new facilities such as a new parking area, a new taxiway, and a new apron. The new terminal, named Terminal 3, is used exclusively for international flights, while the existing terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, are used for domestic flights.
Ngurah Rai Airport has three terminals, with a total area of 420,000 square meters. Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are connected by a pedestrian bridge, while Terminal 3 is located about 500 meters away. The airport has a total of 72 aircraft parking stands, including 8 for wide-body aircraft, and 64 for narrow-body aircraft. The airport also has two runways, each 3,000 meters long and 45 meters wide, capable of handling all types of aircraft.
The airport has a wide range of facilities to cater to the needs of passengers. There are more than 150 check-in counters, 36 immigration counters, and 12 customs counters. There are also more than 100 retail and dining outlets, including restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, selling a variety of products such as souvenirs, clothes, jewelry, and duty-free items. Other facilities include a VIP lounge, a prayer room, a children's playground, a medical clinic, and a spa.
Ngurah Rai Airport is well-connected to various parts of Bali, with a number of transportation options available. The most common mode of transportation is by taxi, with several taxi companies operating at the airport. The fare is metered, and the journey time to popular tourist destinations such as Kuta, Seminyak, and Nusa Dua ranges from 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the traffic.
Another option is to hire a private car or a motorbike, which can be arranged through travel agents or rental companies. This is a more expensive option, but offers more flexibility and convenience, especially for those who want to explore Bali on their own.
There are also shuttle buses and public buses that operate from the airport to various destinations in Bali. The shuttle buses are operated by several hotels and resorts, and offer a convenient and cost-effective way to reach your accommodation. The public buses are operated by Trans Sarbagita, a local bus company, and offer a cheaper.
For airport shuttle services, we also provide private services using private cars,with private service, time is more efficient and prices are also cheaper because it is directly with the driver
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For pick-up packages to the airport, we provide a fixed rate according to the distance and destination traveled, no need to transfer money, pay when you meet the driver.
This is a list of several fares that can be selected according to the destination. For payment, you can use a transfer or you can directly meet the driver
Bali Airport shuttle Service Price List
|Pick Up & Drop Location Area||Price|
|Kuta | Legian | Jimbaran||IDR 250.000/car (5 seater)|
|Seminyak | Sanur | Nusa Dua | Uluwatu||IDR 300.000/car (5 seater)|
|Kerobokan | Canggu | Tanah Lot||IDR 350.000/car (5 seater)|
|Ubud| Padang Bai||IDR 500.000/car (5 seater)|
|Amed | Candidasa||IDR 600.000/car (5 seater)|
|Lovina | Pemuteran | Tejakula||IDR 850.000/car (5 seater)|
- 2 passengers (including child and baby) + 4 pieces of luggage (standard size 24″ suitcases). Each additional suitcase will take one seat
- 4 passengers (including child and baby) + 2 pieces of luggage (standard size 24″ suitcases). Each additional suitcase will take one seat
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