Jun 23 2011
Updated with the new fareboard from Bali’s new airport terminal. Note there has been a significant increase in rates primarily due to an increase in petrol costs. After we did our initial post regarding taxis fares from Bali airport, we’ve had many more inquiries about fares for specific routes. So, keeping that in mind, here are some of the more popular requests for taxi prices in Bali. Note these are either from the airport board (and so covered in the previous post as well), or estimated from the meter reading. If your taxi refuses to use the meter, use another taxi — Bali has plenty of taxis.
Airport routes (these fares are prepaid at the airport)
Bali airport to Bukit: 125,000 rupiah (Ayana), 165,000 rupiah (Bingin, Padang Padang and Uluwatu)
Bali airport to Candi Dasa: 375,000 rupiah
Bali airport to Jimbaran: 80,000 rupiah, 100,000 rupiah to the Four Seasons (far southern end of Jimbaran)
Bali airport to Kerobokan: 90,000
Bali airport to Nusa Dua: 135,000, 140,000 rupiah for the Nikko
Bali airport to Padang Bai: 350,000
Bali airport to Sanur: 125,000
Bali airport to Seminyak: 90,000
Bali airport to Ubud: 250,000
Bali taxis off the meter
All taxis are supposed to use the meter and we always suggest that if your taxi driver refuses to use the meter, use a different taxi. However, if you want to use a taxi off the meter, use the above prices as a guideline.
For longer trips, taxis will often offer to wait for you so they can get the return fare as well. This can be a good deal, especially if you’re headed somewhere that doesn’t get a lot of passing taxi traffic — Canggu springs to mind. Taxi drivers will offer to either leave the meter running (if they’re using it in the first place!), or just agree on an hourly fee — 30,000-50,000 rupiah per hour is more than reasonable.
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