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The best prices from Los Angeles to Bali are usually found in March or April, booked 60 days in advance, depart on a Tuesday or Wednesday and return on a Thursday

$1280
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$860
$656
Price
$656 - $1280
Temperature
84 - 90 °F
Rainfall
0 - 8 inches
Most popular in December High demand for flights, 13% potential price rise
Cheapest in March Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop
Average price $825 Price for this month
Cheapest price $656 From Los Angeles to Bali

Los Angeles to Bali 2020 flight deals

Cheap flights to Bali from Los Angeles found for this year
25 Mar - 30 Mar
$415pp
LAX
Los Angeles
XiamenAir
   
2 STOPS
DPS
Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai
DPS
Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai
XiamenAir
 
1 STOP
LAX
Los Angeles
30 Mar - 9 Apr
$422pp
LAX
Los Angeles
XiamenAir
   
2 STOPS
DPS
Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai
DPS
Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai
XiamenAir
   
2 STOPS
LAX
Los Angeles
28 Feb - 8 Mar
$425pp
LAX
Los Angeles
XiamenAir
   
2 STOPS
DPS
Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai
DPS
Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai
XiamenAir
   
2 STOPS
LAX
Los Angeles

Last minute flights from Los Angeles to Bali

Late deals on round-trip flights to Bali from Los Angeles, departing today and this week
23 Jan - 29 Jan
$716pp
LAX
Los Angeles
Cathay Pacific
 
1 STOP
DPS
Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai
DPS
Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai
Cathay Pacific
 
1 STOP
LAX
Los Angeles

Destination information for Bali

Things to know before you go. Useful info for your trip from Los Angeles to Bali
Today's exchange rate
$1.00 = Rp 13663.07
Average temperature for January in Bali
87.8 °F
Avg rainfall for January in Bali
7.5 ″

Airports servicing Los Angeles

Airports servicing Denpasar

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Flight FAQs

From Los Angeles to Bali

How popular is this flight route?

Flights from Los Angeles to Denpasar Bali Ngurah Rai have been viewed 150 times in the past calendar month.

Does it rain more in Los Angeles or Denpasar?

Expected rainfall in Los Angeles is more than in Denpasar. You can expect this to be the case over the next 10 days.

Is Los Angeles weather warmer or cooler than Denpasar?

Our data indicates that the weather will be 90 °F on average in the month of November. The temperature in Denpasar is typically hotter than in Los Angeles. If you're traveling when the temperature is at its warmest, push to plan early, as flight price and availability will have an impact on your travels. For the best results, search for flights well in advance or after peak season.

How long is the flight from Los Angeles to Bali?

There are no nonstop flights from Los Angeles to Bali, although your choices of departure times and carriers is pretty sweet. Depending on the layover destinations, your travel time may take from 22 hours to over 27 hours. The good news, however, is that 22 flights depart from Los Angeles with stopovers in other fascinating places, such as Hong Kong, Manila, Melbourne, Vancouver and Tokyo.

Which airlines fly directly from Los Angeles to Bali?

Unfortunately there are no direct flights going from any of the airports in LA to Bali. You will find some one-stop options though. The fastest average flights get there in about 20h 20m. There are some that are much longer than this though.

What are the stopover options between Los Angeles to Bali?

You can fly with Hong Kong Airlines and stop in Hong Kong along the way. They even have a flight that only stops for about an hour. Cathay Pacific also stops there. China Airlines will take you through Taipei. There are flights with Philippine Airlines that land in Manila while Qatar Airways stops in Doha. China Southern Airlines makes a stop in Guangzhou. Take care in booking your flight because some of the stopovers are over the 20-hour mark so they can more than double your travel time.

How frequent are flights between Los Angeles and Bali?

Twenty-two connecting flights leave Los Angeles every day heading for exotic Bali. Some of the layovers you'll enjoy visiting as you make connections are Hong Kong, Manila, Seoul, Vancouver and Taipei.

What airports serve LA to Bali flights?

You can find flights from all of the Los Angeles area airports going to Bali. However, you’ll likely fly out of Los Angeles International Airport because there are far more offered. You can find several options for a one-stop flight out of LAX going into Denpasar in Bali. The airport in Bali is Ngurah Rai International Airport and it’s located south of Denpasar. It’s the primary airport in Bali and the second busiest one in Indonesia. It’s able to handle aircraft that have wide bodies like the Boeing 747-8. In 2018 it handled more than 23 million travelers.

Which direct flight route between Los Angeles and Bali is cheapest?

The best times to plan your trip to Bali is during April, May, June and September, just before and after the very busy high season. These months are dry and less humid than July and August, and room prices and villa rentals plunge to low levels during these times. The shops have great sales, there's no waiting at restaurants and the general ambiance is more relaxed.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly from Los Angeles to Bali?

You will need your passport to make this trip. You have to have six months from your date of arrival left on it before the expiration. It also has to have two blank pages. If you’re staying for less than 30 days, you will not need a visa. You will get a stamp that doesn’t cost anything put into your passport. If you need an extension on your stay, you won’t be able to do that on just the stamp.

What are the best things to do in Bali?

LA residents experience incredible amounts of traffic in the course of each busy day, and during the high season in Bali you'll feel right at home on the narrow streets that are packed with motorcycles and cars. So, if you are planning your trip during high season, you may find it quieter and more restful to stay in one of the seaside resorts in Lovina, where you can snorkel among the coral reefs, or Padang Bai, a relaxed, traditional fishing village complete with a gorgeous beach and plenty of fresh-caught fish to stave off hunger pangs.If you'd love to see the countryside, visit small villages and mingle with the natives, consider a Greenbike Cycling Tour that starts at the rim of a volcano and winds gently downward.