In this digital era, staying connected is an everyday need, anytime, anywhere. Whether it’s for business-related matters, keeping in touch with loved ones, updates in current issues or traveling pleasures, having an accessible online connection is a necessity. In Bali, the Wi-Fi connection is available in many major public areas.
Ngurah Rai International Airport (IATA airport code DPS) consists of two modern terminals (Domestic and International) that offer plenty of options for dining, shopping and services, on both sides of security, including some 24-hour restaurants convenience stores. WiFi is available and sporadic outlets for charging mobile devices can be found in both terminals. Additional comfort can be found through fee-based access to one of the airport’s first class lounges.
Most major hotels in Bali have free Wi-Fi connection for its guests. Each are usually protected by passwords and the guest will obtain the password info when checking in the hotel. For smaller hotels in small towns, Wi-Fi connections are also commonly provided.
Nowadays, If finding a Hotspot for Wi-Fi is less practical for you, you might want to opt for local sim card. You could find the best local sim card for tourist in airports where they held a number of local cell phone company providers booths for you to choose from such as Telkomsel, XL, Smartfren, 3/Tri, Axis, Indosat/IM3, etc. The staff at the cell phone counter will help you install and setup the SIM card, There are the three SIM card sizes; standard, micro and nano.