Travelling to and around and into Bali is easy, with many international airlines having offering direct flights. And, once you’re on Balinese soil, there is little to worry about. After all, the local word for ‘tourist’ is tamu, which translates, literally, as ‘guest’ so on arrival you can expect to feel in good hands. You will also find the Balinese to be among the friendliest and most hospitable people you will ever meet. Guests staying at The Legian Bali will be delighted to know it is just half an hour by car from the Ngurah Rai International Airport and enjoys an unrivalled beachfront setting, while ensconced within the chic eating and shopping enclave of Legian and Seminyak.
Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) is located in Kuta about 10 kilometres from the hotel or approximately 25-35 minutes by car
Visa-on-arrival is available for many nationalities. Please contact your local Indonesian embassy for the latest information or visit www.bali-tourism-board.com
Indonesia Rupiah (IDR)
GMT + 8 hours
Private car transfers are easily arranged by the hotel upon request. Guests may also choose to hire a private car or scooter to explore the island. Taxis operate on a meter-system in Bali but late-night hours may need to be pre-negotiated.
April to November is Bali’s driest season, however, June to September is known to be most popular period for tourists visiting Bali.
Balinese will not expect tips, though at restaurants around the island a 5-10% gesture will be highly appreciated. At The Legian Bali, we automatically include a service charge, which will be distributed evenly among staff so it’s not necessary to tip directly unless you wish to recognize individual staff members.
Bali Tourism Website
For more information, please visit: www.bali-tourism-board.com.
For more information, please contact:
T (62) 361 730 622
F (62) 361 730 623