The Bali airport is now accessible by public transport as of 18 September 2015.

Bali already had a public transport system that is managed by Trans-Sarbagita. Sarbagita has 25 buses servicing two routes. These two routes are;

  • “Koridor I” from Denpasar to GWK (return)
  • “Koridor II” from Batubulan to Nusa Dua (return)

Koridor II now also stops at the Bali airport although not every single bus on this line but one every hour.

The brand new route to the Bali airport is managed by a different company called Perum Damri. Damri is under supervision of the Bali Department of Transportation.

Bali airport public transport by DAMRI bus

Damri has added 30 large size buses which can accommodate more than 50 passengers each. These 30 buses are split into two routes.

The new route (Koridor VIII) that serves the Bali airport has 17 buses and stop at the following places;

  • Terminal Pesiapan Tabanan
  • Terminal Mengwi
  • Kapal
  • Sempidi
  • Jalan Kargo
  • Mahendradatta
  • Jalan Soputan
  • Imam Bonjol
  • Sunset Road
  • Bali Ngurah Rai airport
  • return

This route starts in the morning at 5 in the morning and ends at 9pm in the evening. The price is Rp 7,000 per person. There’s a bus every 30 minutes.

The other route has 13 buses and drives from;

  • Pantai Lebih (Gianyar)
  • Pantai Matahari Terbit (Sanur)
  • Jalan Teuku Umar (Denpasar)
  • return

Other options for transport to leave the Bali airport at this moment are the Bali airport taxi or booking a private transfer before travelling to Bali.

Source: Bali airport website & Bali Province website

 

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