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Travel 13 km south of Denpasar to Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Catch a ride or take a taxi to the international terminal in the newer L-shaped building. Bali does not have a public transportation system, but you can take a shuttle or drive yourself and park in the 2,000-slot facility near the terminals. When you arrive, take advantage of the on-site prayer rooms, showers, and massage services if you have a little time to unwind. If you’re in a hurry, at least take a moment to glance at some of the Indonesian sculptures peppering the airport.
Your trip from Denpasar to Melbourne will drop you at Melbourne Airport (MEL), which ranks among the top in the world. If you’re hungry, check out the many restaurants in the international terminal, and do a little duty-free shopping while you’re at it. To get into town, catch SmartBus route 901 to Broadmeadows Station and change to the Craigieburn Line trains. If you have a ride, the wait zone is free for the first 20 minutes, and direct pick up is possible from terminals 1-3 on Arrivals Drive. Shuttle buses run every 15 minutes to and from the parking lots, but many have aerobridges for pedestrians. Discount rental cars in Melbourne are easy to book, and the journey is around 22 km from the airport to CBD.
Settle in with a good book or a few of your favourite movies, because flights from Bali to Melbourne take six hours and cover 4,400 km. DPS is Indonesia’s third-busiest airport, so Denpasar flight deals are common.
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