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How to Get to Six Senses Fiji

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Six Senses Fiji - Sunset over Residence pool

Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali is located on the southern coast of the island. A popular holiday destination in the diverse Indonesian archipelago, Bali is located in the Southern Hemisphere. Experience a combination of sandy beaches, stunning diving spots and rolling surf in Bali. The island is also home to the ancient Hindu culture that's renowned for its warm hospitality. Exotic temples and palaces set against stunning natural backdrops give Bali's name of being the Island of the Gods. Travel inland and towering volcanoes, sweeping rice terraces and pristine jungles greet visitors, offering unlimited things to see and do. After sunset, famous nightspots come to life with an exciting clubbing scene.

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Visa Requirements:
To visit Bali, a passport valid for at least six months beyond intended period of stay is required. Visa On Arrival is a single entry visa, valid for 30 days. The documentation can be completed upon arrival and is complimentary for citizens of 52 countries. When arriving at Bali's International Airport visitors must have a return ticket, evidence of accommodation including contact information and proof of funding for their stay.

Airlines flying to Bali:
Emirates from Dubai - twice per day
Qatar from Doha - three times per day
Singapore Airlines including Scoot, Silk Air and Tiger Air - nine times a day
Cathay Pacific from Hong Kong - once per day
Malaysian Airlines from Kuala Lumpur - twice per day
Garuda Indonesia from Jakarta / Singapore / Yogakarta / Sydney / Perth - 14 times a day
Eva Air from Taipei - once per day
Thai Airways from Bangkok - once per day
Korean Air from Seoul - once per day
Philippine Airlines from Manila - once per day
Royal Brunei from Brunei - once per day
Qantas from Sydney - once per day
JetStar - one direct flight each from Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Townsville - eight times a day
Air Asia from Darwin, Perth, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok, Phuket and Jakarta - 12 times a day
China Eastern from Beijing, Shanghai and Chengdu - three times a day
China Southern from Guangzhou and Shanghai - twice per day

Languages Spoken:
Balinese, Bahasa Indonesia and good English communication. Balinese is local language and Bahasa Indonesia is the official language of the Republic of Indonesia

Time zone:
Bali is GMT/UTC + 8h (same timezone as Singapore and Beijing)

Driving Coordinates
Longitude: -8.844389,
Latitude: 115.129698


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