Bali Ngurah Rai DPS Airport Terminal Map Overview

Main Terminal / Concourses at Bali Ngurah Rai DPS Airport

The passenger terminal complex at Bali Ngurah Rai International consists of two terminals - the newer L-shaped International Terminal and the new Domestic Terminal southeast of it - and share the Arrivals level.  Otherwise they are  separated by the Festival Plaza. The complex also includes 2 small VIP terminals 1 & 2.  Continued renovation & expansion work is to expand the new domestic terminal to 65,800 square meters, and the international terminal to 129,000 sq.meters - while the entire terminal areas will cover 190,000 square meters, and accommodate up to 20 million passengers a year.

The new four-level Domestic Terminal completed its extensive renovation & large extension - now housing 62 common-use check-in counters, 4 transfer counters and 19 ticketing counters.  It also has 8 boarding gates with boarding bridges, 7 arrivals gates & 5 baggage belts. Many more shops & gate lounges have been added since..
   Level 1 is the Arrivals Level  This level houses the baggage claim, with exit doors and  taxi counter.
   Level 2 houses airport offices.
   Level 3 is the Departure level :  Departing passengers are being dropped off in front of the departure gates, with baggage trolleys to the left, near arrrivals doors. Thereafter, passengers enter the departure terminal through the double-glass doors, go through ticket check, pass through shops and enter the check-in counter area. After checking in, the main concourse offers a good selection of food & drink, leading to the departure gates.
   Level 4 houses the VIP lounges

The 3-level International Terminal at Ngurah Rai, constructed in the Balinese style, has a capacity of nearly 5 million passengers a year:
    Level 1 is the Arrivals level and houses five baggage carousels, Customs, currency exchange and rental car desks.
    Level 2 is the post-security Departure Level and houses 62 check-in counters, and 14 gates - 8 of which are aerobridges- and offers food, drink & retail concessions, currency exchange, waiting lounges, and prayer rooms. The departure area also offers 2 free MBS internet hotspots.
    Level 3 houses more food, drink & retail concessions and offices.

International Arrivals Procedures:   All international arrivals are processed in the  International Terminal:  After walking over the airbridge, arriving passengers are divided by VOA or non-VOA /Visa on Arrival (U.S.A. is VOA - needing a Visa on arrival at $35:  All go to the immigration counter,  then pass X-ray baggage and claim your bag in the baggage claim area; go through customs clearance and on to the Arrivals lobby and exit.

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