You asked: What is the flight cost from India to Indonesia?

How can I go to Indonesia from India?

The fastest and the most convenient way to travel to Indonesia from India is by air. You can take a flight either to Soekarno–Hatta International Airport in Jakarta or Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar. There are several airlines from India that offer connecting flights to these destinations.

Is Indonesia visa free for Indian?

No, Indian citizens do not require a visa to enter Indonesia for a short stay i.e. whether you are travelling to Indonesia for tourism, visiting someone or attending conference or meeting. You must make only sure that you don’t engage in any form of paid activities like employment or work.

Is Indonesia cheap for Indian?

India is 28.2% cheaper than Indonesia.

Is it expensive to travel in Indonesia?

By western standards, Indonesia is an extremely cheap country to live or travel in. Although there is a slight step up in the prices on Bali and (to a certain extent) Lombok, these islands are still far from expensive.

Is visa required for Indonesia?

Indonesia is a visa free country so no visa required for Indian citizens travelling for less than 30 days. You just need to get a visa exemption stamp from the Immigration counter. This is available free of cost. If your travel duration is more than 30 days, you can apply for visa on arrival when you enter Indonesia.

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How much does Bali trip cost?

Bali trip cost for one week

Estimated Costs
Airfare $850
Accommodations $480 ($100 X 6 nights)
Transportation and attractions $120
Food and drink $175 ($25 X 6 7 days)

What language is spoken in Bali?

Balinese is a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by 3.3 million people (as of 2000) on the Indonesian island of Bali as well as Northern Nusa Penida, Western Lombok, Eastern Java, Southern Sumatra, and Sulawesi.

Balinese language.

Balinese
Ethnicity Balinese Bali Aga Loloan Malay
Native speakers 3.3 million (2000 census)

How Safe Is Bali?

Yes, Bali is pretty safe to visit for all sorts of travellers. The island is so well-trodden and inhabited by such friendly and helpful people, that it’s one of the safest places in Southeast Asia to travel around.