If you want to go to Ubud from Bali's Ngurah Rai Airport, here are the ways you can get there.
Ubud is a subdistrict in Bali's Gianyar Regency. Ubud Village is known as a tourist area, and it is one of the most popular places for foreign tourists to go when they visit Bali.
In fact, Ubud is a popular place for both foreign and local tourists to stay during their vacations. One of the tours you can take in Ubud is a cultural tour that takes you to beautiful natural places.
If you want to go to Ubud, you'll have to figure out how to get there. For the Ngurah Rai Airport Shuttle to Ubud, you can use the following ways to get there:
Tourists who want to hire a private Bali airport pick-up service often choose this airport shuttle service first. But you must book this service the day before or before you arrive. After you book, when you get to the airport the next day, the driver will be there with a nameplate that matches the name you gave when you booked.
As for how much it costs to rent this service, it starts at IDR 300,000 per car that can fit 4 people and their belongings in Ubud Center and IDR 400,000 in North Ubud.
When you get to Ngurah Rai Airport, you can also take an airport taxi to get to your destination. This taxi can be ordered at the place where direct orders are taken. For a car that can fit 2–3 people, the taxi fare is about IDR 350,000.
If you want to go to Ubud from Bali's Ngurah Rai Airport, you can also use this third way to get there. You can rent motorcycles from a number of companies that you can find by searching on Google.
You can also use Gojek from Bali Airport if you don't want to bother. But if you want to use Gojek, you have to go a little bit away from the Ngurah Rai Airport area. Most of the time, this Gojek driver will wait outside the airport fence in northern Bali.
The distance between the Bali airport and Ubud is between 35 and 40 kilometers, depending on the location of your hotel and the way you take to get there.
The trip will take approximately an hour if there is no traffic.