Denpasar International Airport (IATA code DPS) if officialy named Ngurah Rai International Airport and is positioned in the southern end of Bali, some 13 km south of the capital of Bali – the city of Denpasar. This is the third busiest airport in Indonesia, after the Seokarno-Hatta Airport in Jakarta and Juanda Airport in Surabaya and is also among the best used airports in Indonesia. Denpasar International Airport is placed on the Island of Bali between the tourist resorts of Jimbaran and Kuta. There are seventeen gates and two terminals on the airport, an international and a domestic terminal, which are set within walking distance from one another and are separated by the Festival Plaza. The airport is served by buses to transport the passengers to and from the aircraft, since the domestic terminal has an insufficient number of gates. The onsite airport facilities include convenience for the disabled passengers, conference and business facilities, private lounges. There are also restaurants and cafes, a pharmacy, a duty free shopping zone, and bank offices. Car hire desks are situated on both terminals. The car parking area has capacity for 2000 vehicles and could be used for short- and long-term parking. Ngurah Rai International Airport could be reached by bus, a shared minibus or a courtesy shuttles from the hotels. Taxi services are available as well and operate on pre-paid vouchers.  

Latitude 8
Longitude 115
Full name Denpasar
Alternative names Ngurah Rai International Airport
Address Jl. Raya, Denpasar 80361, Bali, Indonesia
Phone (0361) 751 011
Owner PT Angkasa Pura I