Padang Bai Harbor Bali

Padang Bai harbor Bali is the popular port connecting Bali and Lombok. This port is located in North East Bali. It is about 1 ½ hours from the South Bali area and about 30 minutes from Candidasa or Ubud.

The harbor is mostly used for ferry crossing to Lombok island. There are two main gates, the south side is for the ferry crossing to Lombok. And just about 300 meters to the Northside is used for fast boat transfers to Lombok and Gili Islands.

Getting to Padang Bai Harbor Bali

Padang Bai harbor is the most popular ferry harbor connecting Bali and Lombok. It is about a 1 1/2 hour drive from Kuta or Legian, and about 30 minutes from the Ubud area.

Here are some ways to get to Padang Bai harbor Bali:

  • Bus from terminal Ubung (Ubung bus station) in Denpasar.
  • Taxi or private car from the South Bali area and Ubud.
  • Fast boat or ferry from Lombok and Gili Islands.

At Jetty Padang Bai Bali

Fast Boat From Padang Bai

Here are fast boat operators depart from Padang Bai to Lombok and Gili Islands:

  • Wahana Gili Ocean
  • Golden Queen Fast Boat
  • Eka Jaya Fast Boat

To see details, and prices, and book the ticket, you can visit a fast boat to Gili and Lombok page. There you can also find some other options for fast boats from Padang Bai to Gili Islands.

Most of the fast boats from Padang Bai to Gili Islands and Lombok are scheduled in the morning. Some also offer a schedule in the afternoon. The earliest boat is leaving at 09.00 am and the second is at 01.30 pm.

Padang Bai Fast Boat Jetty

Accommodations & Restaurant

Accommodations and Restaurants are available from backpackers to star hotels. They have spread around from Homestay to three stars hotels. You can find the cheapest accommodation here, starting from IDR 250.000 per night.  

Restaurants are also easy to find here, from Warung which serves Indonesian foods (Nasi Bungkus) to western cuisine. On the beachside, there are some restaurants that offer Western foods.

When you get to Padang Bai, make sure you check in at the office of fast boat operators listed on your e-tickets. Otherwise, you can contact the fast boat operator through the phone numbers on your tickets.

Embarkation Ports