Denpasar Tourism & Travel Guide

A little to the north is Denpasar, the island’s capital city....

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Rs 70,000)Airline tickets: Rs 36,000 Air Asia (Bangalore- Kuala Lumpur- Densapar- Kuala Lumpur- Bangalore)Duration: 5 nights 6 days (We travelled during May, which is pretty much off season but worked for our budgets)Itinerary: Jimabaran/Nusa Dua- Seminyak/Kuta- Ubud- Denpasar Just to be a little more helpful, I’ve illustrated my own little map for you to follow along ⇒ Day 1: Unraveling the Bukit Peninsula Travel: Ngurah Rai International Airport to Balangan Beach- 35-45 minutesStay: Villa at Balagan BeachEat: Pit Stop, CIRE by Alila, Rock Bar at AyanaSee: CIRE by Alila After spending 7 very boring hours (read: please carry enough entertainment) at Kuala Lumpur, I finally reached Ngurah Rai International Airport (Densapar) at noon....

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Top Places To Visit 13 Spots

Ayung River valley is situated near Ubud and is the longest river in Bali. Grab your oars and get ready to experience the thrilling excitement in the wilds while rafting. Awe the spectacular natural habitat when you explore the deeper unknown mysteries of the river.
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Sanur Beach in Denpasar is another favourite, with its calm beach offering stunning views, this beach also has pedestrian walkway ideal for leisurely walks and jogs.
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About Denpasar

Day 1 – Beaches of South Bali Since Bali’s Denpasar Airport is located in the southern part of the island, it is just but practical to start touring around South Bali first. If you are traveling solo as I always do, you may opt to hire a car or a motorbike to tour around. Southern Bali includes the areas of Denpasar, Jimbaran, Kuta, Legian, Semiyak, Uluwatu, Canggu, Sanur, Tanah Lot and Nusa Dua. However, I have only been to Kuta, Legian, Semiyak, Nusa Dua and Tanah Lot.


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