Malaysia To Nusa Penida – Flight To Bali – I’ve written a bit before about Nusa Penida – those horribly twisted and depraved long-distance drives my old band used to do every night in order to play a farcical gig in front of no one. My touring days may be behind me, but travelling in Asia often means cramped conditions, squalid surroundings and not quite knowing if you’ll end up at your intended final destination. Not much change from playing on the DIY punk circuit then, for as long as any sort of distance exists between two points, there is always the potential for a Nusa Penida.
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Pristine beaches, rugged coastlines, dense forests, hills and home to two of Indonesia’s active volcanoes – Bali, the land that makes you wonder endlessly.
Enjoy a relaxed beach staycation, thrilling water sports and trekking trips. Stay amidst paddy fields with local communities and discover a new way of living.
Else pamper yourself with a glitzy night in the plush lounges of Legian and Seminyak. With so much to choose from, no wonder Bali happens to be among the most popular destinations in Asia.
As much fun as traveling is, going from country to country can sometimes be difficult due to the wide range of entry and exit requirements in nation.
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Malaysia To Nusa Penida
If you are exploring Malaysia and you plan to visit the Bali, Indonesia, plan ahead. Indonesia has strict passport and visa requirements.
It can be a challenge, but the white-sand beaches, rich culture and adventure that await you in this idyllic island paradise is well worth the trouble.
The major source of revenue for Bali is tourism, so expect relaxed immigration procedures. In fact, most nationalities do not require a visa for a period of up to 30 days.
Some that do can get them on arrival at the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar. However, a minimum of 6 months passport validity is a requirement.
What companies run services between Malaysia and Nusa Penida, Indonesia?
There is no direct connection from Malaysia to Nusa Penida. However, you can take the subway to Tanah Merah, take the subway to Changi Airport, take the walk to Malaysia airport, fly to Denpasar, take the taxi to Sanur, then take the ferry to Nusa Penida.
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From Kuala Lumpur to Nusa Penida
Left hotel in Kuala Lumpur: 5.30am
- LRT (KL Subway) from Masjid Jamek to KL Sentral: 1.2 ringgit (£0.18) The doors to the subway station didn’t open til 6am so I had to hang around on the street for a bit with homeless people and a motley crew of chain-smoking taxi drivers.
- KLIA Express from KL Sentral to Kuala Lumpur Airport: 35 ringgit (£5.25) 30 minutes direct to the airport terminal. You could faff around and get the bus from downtown KL if you wanted to save £2 but it takes 90 minutes and I don’t see the point.
- Malindo Air flight from Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Denpasar (Bali): 264 ringgit (£40) Three hours. This was my first time flying Malindo and I will again. It wipes the floor with Air Asia. No charges for check-in luggage; a snack and a drink; in-flight entertainment. All virtually unheard of for a budget airline. Amazing flight.
- Taxi from Denpasar Airport to Sanur Beach: 200,000 rupiah (£9) I paid through the nose for this but I didn’t really have a choice. Plane touched down after 1pm and I had less than one hour to make it to the ferry terminal to catch the 2pm fast boat to Nusa Penida. Usually woulda went out onto the main road and got a motorbike taxi for 100,000 but I couldn’t guarantee I’d get one straight away. The taxi driver was funny though, for some reason talking about about sex the whole journey and calling it “the jiggy jiggy.”
- Fast Boat from Sanur to Nusa Penida: 250,000 rupiah (£11.30). Expensive, but fast. 30 minutes as opposed to two hours on the slow boat which in fairness is considerably cheaper. I don’t particularly like slow boats that bob up and down… up and down… up and down… so I coughed up the cash instead of throwing up my breakfast.
Arrived Nusa Penida: 2:30pm
Total cost: £65.73
Arriving in Bali – How to reach bali from Malaysia
Get in the line at the airport in Bali to apply for a visa-on-arrival. This is only if you have not already obtain an Indonesian visa ahead of time.
If you have, you may proceed to customs. At the time of publication, the visa-on-arrival fee was $25.
Present your passport at customs with two blank pages.
The Ngurah Rai International Airport requires international travelers to have two completely blank pages of your passport available to stamp.
Arrange to have money leftover to pay the departure tax at the airport when you are leaving Bali.
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You must pay the tax in Indonesian rupiah only. At the time of publication, the departure tax was 150,000 rupiah, which is equivalent to about $15 or $16 U.S. dollars.
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