Shopping & Dining at Bali Airport
There are a lot of shops and restaurants at Bali's airport, in the public areas as well as a large number of shops in the departure areas for both domestic and international passengers.
Public Access Shopping & Eating
There are quite a number of shops and food outlets in the publicly accessible areas of the airport, along the front of the terminal buildings as well as in the car parks. Many of these are oriented towards the large number of tour guides, taxi drivers, touts, and other locals who end up spending a lot of time are the airport. Among the food and drink options are such international chains as Starbucks, McDonalds and KFC, as well as the local Solaria restaurant chain and a small branch of Thailand's Black Canyon Coffee shop.
International Departure Duty Free Shopping
The duty free shopping at Bali is not all that spectacular. There are lots of shops, but not much variety. Pricing at most of the duty free shops is in US Dollars. The selection consists mostly of the 'standard' items of cigarettes, liquor and perfume. There is little in the way of electronics or other such items as one finds in other airports. What you will find is a lot of is souvenirs. At least half of the shops in the international departure lounge sell local products and souvenirs, generally at prices much higher than you will pay outside the airport.
Duty Free Benchmark Prices
|Marlboro Cigarettes (Carton of 100)||US$ 17.00|
|Chivas Regal (1 liter)||US $35.00|
|Jack Daniels (1 liter)||US $25.00|
|Bacardi Light Rum (1 liter)||US $16.00|
|Beefeater Gin (1 liter)||US $13.00|
|Chanel No. 5 (50 ml)||US $54.00|
See our duty free guide for full price comparisons.
In addition to the shopping, there are several restaurants and food stalls in the International departure area.