Getting in to Seminyak
The nearest airport to Seminyak is the Denpasar Airport – the main airport in Bali.
Airlines that fly to Denpasar includes:
Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Air Asia, Korean Air, Jetstar, Tigerair, Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, Phillipine Airlines, Royal Brunei and more.
Some popular locations that fly direct to Denpasar include:
Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, and Tokyo.
Direct domestic flights are offered from Jakarta and other various cities within Indonesia via Garuda Indonesia, AirAsia Indonesia, Lion Air, and other smaller airlines.
There are airport taxi services available that will take you to your destination in Seminyak for roughly Rp 60,000. Airport buses also shuttle passengers via express coach buses.
There is no direct train service that will bring passengers to Seminyak. At best, travellers could take a train from Jakarta to Java, then take a ferry to Bali. This option will take nearly a full day of travel and is not recommended unless you have some time to spare.
Local bus services are also available from the airport, but are less clearly marked than the express coach buses. Although they take longer to reach your destination, the local buses are cheaper than their express counterparts.
There are two main routes to reach Seminyak by car from the North. Jalan Legian is heavily congested with traffic and not a recommended route. It is suggested that those with vehicles take Jalan Sunset, as it is quicker despite being the longer drive.
Ferries connect passengers with Bali from Java (45 minutes), and Lombok (4.5 hours). Tickets are available from the port for purchase. Fast boats connect Gili Island to Bali as well, but these are a more expensive option.