Denpasar is the bustling, multi-cultural capital city of the province of Bali, Indonesia, and is a cultural and tourist mecca. Although it may feel a little intimidating at first, after spending a few hours here it will feel like home: and Denpasarcheap flights are abundant if you know where to look. The city is overflowing with Hindu temples, grand palaces and museums, lively markets and notable shopping areas that will please even the most jaded of global shoppers. Make sure you visit the jewellery district in a town called Celuk 30 minutes away from Kuta.
Well known for it's ivory beaches, some of the best surfing spots in the region are found in Kuta Beach, Legian Beach and Canggu Beach. While you're there, try an evening in the city's traditional northern neighbourhoods where you will have the chance to experience urban Bali away from the tourist traps. You will be off the beaten track here, so make sure you have an adequate map of the area and if you get lost thats a good thing because you can chat with the locals (they're famously friendly) and discover the unseen Denpasar.
Denpasarcheap return flights leave from London (Stanstead, Heathrow, Luton and Gatwick) to Denpasar twice a day and take about 22 hours. A ticket will set you back about £550 + tax with Cathay Pacific or Garuda (Indonesia's national airline), whereas prices with KLM and Etihad are slightly higher and will set you back about £690 + tax, but offer a slightly better level of service for the price. The best sites to find tickets on the cheap are: Skyscanner.com, Kayak.com, Webjet.co.uk, Cheapflights.co.uk and Edreams.com. Although it is warm all year around the best time of the year to visit Denpasar are January, May and October, which means until October flights are off-peak.