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International Arrival Hall New Building Ngurah Rai, Bali, Indonesia

By on August 31, 2015 in Indonesia

The flight arrived in Bali around 20 minutes late.

The International Arrival Hall New Building Ngurah Rai is, as airports go, a nice arrivals hall with no hidden surprises other than the mad mob of taxi drivers as you exit baggage claim. It was mad. A scrum of taxi drivers and I was so glad that I had pre-booked my driver.

Like me, lots of people had pre-booked taxis, and so there was a forest of signs to read, and I eventually spotted my driver with a sign from Ubud Taxis.

Transfer from the airport to Ubud took around 75 minutes and cost 290,000 Indonesian rupiahs (£13.50 UK; $20 US). However, the drive was a bit crazy as there seem to be no ‘big roads’ on the island and it was mainly down narrow roads just wide enough for two cars. These roads also seem to have a lot of almost 90 degree bends.

Welcome to Bali….

FourSquare: International Arrival Hall New Building Ngurah Rai

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