Information about flights from Sydney to Denpasar Bali
Touching the mighty Pacific Ocean, spoilt with year round sunshine and having well over 100 beaches Sydney is the place where you want enjoy your time off. Sydney has quickly established itself as one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, with over 250 different languages spoken and more than one third of its residential population of 4.84 million speaking a language other than English.
The famous Sydney Opera House is definitely the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Sydney. It has attracted interest far and near, in no small part due to its modern and expressionist Architecture.
For travellers going from Sydney to Denpassar, the best way to travel over is by plane. There are over 3 flights per day with many local airlines both from Bali and Australia. When using Bravofly these airlines offer highly affordable tickets and finding a flight shouldn’t be a problem especially for the early bird planners.
Denpasar, situated on the island of Bali, is both a city and a gateway into the lesser Sunda Islands. Sprawling, hectic and ever-growing, Bali's capital has been the focus of a lot of the island's growth and wealth over the last five decades.
For a first time visitor it may seem like a hectic and chaotic place, however after spending a little time on its tree-lined streets in the relatively affluent government and business district of Renon visitors will discover a more rich and cultural side of Denpasar.
Denpasar might not be a tropical paradise, but it's as much a part of 'the real Bali experience' as the rice paddies and cliff top temples. This wonderful city boasts over 800,000 locals and has many shopping centres, markets and parks for everyone’s enjoyment. For the more adventurous there is a growing range of authentic and tasty restaurants and cafes aimed at the burgeoning middle class with unique tastes and ingredients hard to find any other places in the world. Visitors are also encouraged to sample some of Denpasar's markets, and its important museum, ‘Museum Bali’ and its purely modern Balinese vibe.
This wonderful city has many things to offer its visitors, from yearly sunshine and beautiful historical work to the unique and delightful markets across the streets.