The nearest arrival airport to the wedding is in Denpasar, airport code DPS. If you don't have an airline in mind, some of the travel search sites we use to compare prices are: Skyscanner, Google Flights, and Kayak.



American and European passport holders are visa exempt, provided that you'll be staying less than 30 days and will do no business in the country. If you're considering a longer stay or need more details about countries in the visa exemption program, check here. Please note, Bali requires:

  1. That your passport will be valid for at least 6 months from date of entry and

  2. That a full page in your passport is free for the entry stamp.


Airport Taxi

Transportation from Denpasar Airport to Canngu/Seseh should take 25-60 minutes, and the current prepaid rate is 135,000 Indonesian Rupiah, which is just under $10. For a prepaid voucher, proceed directly to the taxi kiosk to the right of the airport exit. Rates to other nearby cities are published here. You may also ask your chosen accommodation about arranging an airport pickup for you.



There's no shortage of wonderful places to stay in Canggu and Seseh. Here are a few to consider:


Udara Bali


Grand rooms furnished in dark wood, walking distance from Shalimar Villas, our wedding venue. Daily breakfast, yoga & wellness programs are free for guests. Email with subject "Kendall" for reserved rooms at a discounted rate.



The Calm Tree Bungalows


Lovely thatched roof bungalows nestled poolside in Canggu. Comfort, value, and highly-rated service. Book directly by email and mention our wedding for a 10% discount:





There are some amazing Airbnb options in Canngu, so definitely have a look. We've collected a few here which are near our intended pick up point for wedding transportation. Multi-bedroom houses/bungalows could be an especially nice option as a family accommodation. 


Sights & Activities

From lush forests where monkeys reign, to ancient temples and stunning beaches, Bali welcomes all types of travelers with open arms. To help you plan, and to fuel your daydreams, we wanted to share a couple of resources. In addition to TripAdvisor, which ranks and reviews everything, the blog Hand Luggage Only shared a nice list of essential Bali sightseeing and this extensive overview by Elite Jetsetter organizes 80 Sights & Activities by location. We also recommend taking a look at Vilondo's helpful Cultural Dos and Don'ts list