Flights from Singapore to Bali

Our cheapest offers for flights from Singapore to Bali

Here you can compare cheap flights from Singapore (SIN) to Bali (DPS) for one-way or return trips. The following offers were searched for and found on idealo during the last few days. Or start your own flight search to Bali. Prices and availability may change at any time.

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Favourite airline: Scoot
The majority of passengers on the route Singapore – Bali prefer to fly with Scoot.
Scoot
41 %
Malaysia Airlines
35 %
Indonesia AirAsia
18 %
Direct flights are cheaper
Compared to direct flights, flights with a stopover on this route are on average 33 % more expensive.
non stop flight
1 stop
02h 45min
06h 15min
£114
£169
The favourite connection is non-stop
Flights from Singapore to Bali are most frequently booked as a direct flight.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
02h 45min, from £114
65 %
1 stopover Kuala Lumpur
06h 15min, from £169
35 %

Useful information about the flight from Singapore to Bali

Bali - discover paradise

Bali is possibly the epitome of everyone's idea of paradise offering beautiful beaches, Hindu temples and yoga retreats.

Weather and events: When's the best time to travel

Bali has year round warm weather so whenever you go, you'll be bathed in tropical temperatures between 22ºC and 32ºC. Although temperatures are consistent, there is a rainy season which runs from Nov-March. During this time you may have daily rain showers, but these are generally short.

Schedule your holiday for the Nyepi celebrations which is a New Year celebration. This is a 6-day festival with parades, but unlike most countries which celebrate with fireworks, parties and loud singing, Nyepi is the opposite. Beginning on the second night and into the third day, the island is bathed in silence. No traffic, no restaurants are open and no one is allowed to go to the beach. In a fast paced world it is amazing to experience serenity if only for a day.

Crucial travel advice before you go

British citizens can travel to Bali for 30 days without a visa. British nationals however do need a visa and must have at least 6 months remaining on their passport plus evidence (plane ticket) of their return or onward travel arrangements.

Although there are no mandatory inoculations necessary to travel to Bali, Hepatitis A, Typhus, Tetanus, Diphtheria are recommended by medical professionals. For your own safety, wash and peel or cook fruits and vegetables before consuming and only drink bottled water not tap water. Road conditions can be hazardous and you should avoid hiring mopeds or motorcycles during your stay. Under no circumstances should you use drugs in Bali. The laws regarding the use, consumption or selling of drugs are some of the strictest in the world, with long prison sentences and the death penalty as punishments.

Arrival, transportation and local accommodation

When arriving in Kuta, some hotels offer a pick-up service for guests, check with your hotel when booking whether this is included. If it isn't, Blue Bird taxi company is the cheapest. Negotiate a price before beginning your journey. If you wish to stay in a local hostel or guesthouse, expect to pay in the region of Rp 60,000 per night. Getting around by public transport is the cheapest option with minibuses called Bemo. Kura Kura buses in Kuta are another option for inexpensive travel around the city.

Flight information: Singapore - Bali

Outbound and return from £149.93
Flight duration min. 02:30 / max. 03:00
Return flight duration min. 02:30/ max. 02:45
Distance 1673 km
Flights per week 149
Departure airport Airport Singapore Changi (SIN)
Departure country Flights from Singapore
Arrival airport Airport Denpasar-Bali (DPS)
Destination country Flights to Indonesia
Popular destinations for onward travel