Bali

How to book ferries from Bali to Indonesia

There is no shortage of options to choose from when it comes to selecting a ferry from Bali to Indonesia. There are 7 ferry companies with a combined offering of 16 Ferry Routes connecting Serangan to Gili Air, Padang Bai to Gili Air, Gili Trawangan, Teluk Kode, Teluk Nara & Senggigi, Serangan to Gili Air, Gili Trawangan, Teluk Kode & Teluk Nara, Padang Bai to Gili Air, Gili Trawangan, Teluk Kode, Teluk Nara & Senggigi, Serangan to Gili Air, Gili Trawangan, Teluk Kode & Teluk Nara, Padang Bai to Gili Air, Gili Trawangan, Teluk Kode, Teluk Nara & Senggigi, Amed to Gili Trawangan, Gili Air & Bangsal, Sanur to Nusa Lembongan (Mushroom Beach), Nusa Lembongan (Jungut Batu Beach), Gili Trawangan, Gili Air & Senggigi & Padang Bai to Gili Air, Gili Trawangan, Teluk Kode, Teluk Nara & Senggigi.

The fastest route between Bali and Indonesia is Sanur to Nusa Lembongan (Mushroom Beach) with a crossing duration of around 30 minutes. With so many routes on offer we make it simple by comparing all similar routes in one search so you can quickly find what you are looking for.

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About Bali:

Bali nestles between Java to the west and Lombok to the east in the Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia.

A small island with an estimated 10,000 temples and a vibrant arts culture, Bali has much more to offer than just picturesque beaches and excellent surf. Aside from its natural beauty, the happy-go-lucky Balinese way of life makes it hard to leave, too.

Kuta in the south boasts a superb nightlife, Ubud is characterised by stunning rice fields, while the heart of the island is dominated by dramatic volcanoes and hillside temples and shrines, so there’s plenty to see on this incredible island.

Travelling by ferry is a convenient way to explore Indonesia’s beautiful islands and Bali is a great departure point for doing so, with a few ports on along the east coast offering frequent routes to the nearby island of Lombok and to the Gili Islands.

About Indonesia:

Indonesia is a country located along the Equator between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. It is the largest archipelago in the world, and the fourth most populous country with the largest Muslim population.

Because of its geographic location, Indonesia has been blessed with the most diverse landscape, from fertile ricelands to the vast rainforests and even snow-capped peaks. Boasting 13,466 tropical islands, Indonesia has some beautiful white sand beaches, many of which still uninhabited.