- Arrival & Departure
- During your stay
Airport Arrival Information – Meet and Greet
You are now about twenty minutes flying time out from Denpasar airport and by this time you have slotted very nicely into holiday mode eagerly looking forward to landing on foreign soil for the first time for many young people.
Before you get too carried away, it is now time to check out the following:
- Have you filled out the immigration card and customs declaration forms correctly?
- Have you got your visa fee US$25 ready?
There are three options of how you can pay your visa fee, which are as follows. Pay in US currency, Pay in Australian currency or with your Credit card. If you choose to pay in Australian currency with say a $50 note, your change will be in Indonesian Rupiah. In the event you do use Australian currency, any change can then be used for an airport taxi fare if required.
Now I can hear you saying, so what can I expect to see and experience in the first few minutes of exiting the plane? Well firstly, you will step out of an airconditioned environment into very warm and humid conditions, which can be a shock to the unsuspecting on their first visit. Next, if your flight is unable to park at the terminal for disembarkation, you will probably be herded onto a bus delivering you to the terminal. This is not always the case and can depend on your arrival time as well as which airline you are travelling with.
You are now following the leader on your way into the incoming passenger terminal where it gets worse because this can be a boring and tiresome experience and in particular if a number of planes land within minutes of each other. To avoid a possible long waiting time lining up to pay your US$25 per person entry visa fee and immigration passport stamping, you do have the choice of organising with your travel agent the cost of paying an extra US$30 per person to fast track your Bali arrival experience. For more information about how to fast track please contact us in advance of your arrival to arrange for an arrival expediter. This service is very convenient for families with tired young children to cope with after a long flight and in fact anyone who dislikes queuing.
IMPORTANT: you will receive back part of your incoming passenger card, which is white in colour. This outgoing section of the original card MUST be kept in a secure place along with your passport and other documents and handed in on your return flight.
Your hand luggage will be x-rayed on the way to the luggage carousel.
It is worth mentioning here, after you have retrieved your luggage from the carousel, you maybe hounded by eager porters to handle your luggage for you. If this happens and you accept, they will of course expect a tip. In this event you will need to have some small local currency. Rp5,000 (.50 cents) or Rp10,000 ($1.00). If you do not require their services say so in a polite manner.
Before exiting the terminal, you may be asked to have your hand luggage searched. The officers are usually looking for alcohol over and above your duty free limit of one bottle. If you are caught with more than you should have, they will possibly confiscate it or ask you to pay the tax or give you the opportunity to buy it back. Thats the way it works here.
Whatever transport you have organised to whisk you off to your new surrounds for a few days, it should be waiting out front. Watch for your name to appear or the name of your hotel on one of the many sign boards being waved in your face as you exit the building. If you have not arranged to be met at the airport, there are plenty of airport only taxis available.
The counter for airport taxi fares to be paid at is to your right as you exit the terminal. Usually, there is a price board showing fixed fares to each suburb. You will require local currency if you choose to travel by airport taxi. As a guide only and depending on where you are staying, you could be charged from Rp35000 to Tuban and up to Rp100000 to Kerobokan, however, if you booked your holiday through a travel agent, this will not be an issue because your transport will be waiting.
Welcome to Bali.
The visa entry fee is US$25 per person or equivalent for up to four weeks stay.
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Dining: Daily Breakfast Included
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Dining: From our Restaurants
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Dining: Gourmet Picnics
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Dining: Special Dietary Requirements
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Dining: Special Events
Breakfast – Included in room rental – Breakfast Menu
Picnic Baskets for Tours
Vegetarian – Vegan – Raw Foods
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Dining: Sunset Dinners
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Dining: Vegetarian, Vegan, Raw
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Complete laundry service is complementary during your stay at Villa Taksu. Our staff will be happy to take care of your laundry needs. For items that require dry cleaning they can be sent to our recommended dry cleaners for an additional charge.
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WiFi & Communication
WiFi, Cellphone Loan-SIMS Card-Contact Number in Advance, Skype