- 1 How do I get from Bali to Christmas Island?
- 2 How do I get to Christmas Island?
- 3 Can you fly to Christmas Island?
- 4 Is Christmas Island domestic or international?
- 5 Can Indonesian travel to Christmas Island?
- 6 How far is Christmas Island from Indonesia?
- 7 Is Christmas Island worth visiting?
- 8 What currency is used on Christmas Island?
- 9 Do I need a car on Christmas Island?
- 10 Is Christmas Island open to visitors?
- 11 Can you live on Christmas Island?
- 12 Do I need a visa for Christmas Island?
- 13 Do I need a car on Cocos Island?
- 14 Can I stay on Cocos Island?
How do I get from Bali to Christmas Island?
The best way to get from Bali to Christmas Island is to fly which takes 1h 24m and costs Rp450000 – Rp600000. Alternatively, you can bus via Terminal Mengwi, which costs Rp440000 – Rp800000 and takes 32h 4m.
How do I get to Christmas Island?
To get to Christmas Island, you’ll need to fly in from Perth or Fiji. (Virgin Australia runs flights twice a week from the former and Fiji Airways once a week from the latter.) Luckily, if you’re flying in from either of those places, no visa is required to enter Christmas Island.
Can you fly to Christmas Island?
International flights to Christmas Island are currently suspended. We strongly recommend that ALL travellers purchase a travel insurance policy that covers travel to the Indian Ocean Territories. Please ensure that your policy covers weather related flight disruptions.
Is Christmas Island domestic or international?
Christmas Island is an international airport therefore all passengers are subject to security checks on departure. International departures will be subject to customs clearance. All flight arrivals will go through quarantine and customs checks.
Can Indonesian travel to Christmas Island?
From Asia. Garuda Indonesia operates a weekly charter flight from Jakarta to Christmas Island. The journey takes about an hour and a half. Malindo Air flies to Christmas Island fortnightly from Kuala Lumpur.
How far is Christmas Island from Indonesia?
Christmas Island is located in the Indian Ocean, 1500 km west of the Australian mainland and 2600 km from Perth. Although it is an Australian territory, Christmas Island’s nearest neighbour is Indonesia, which lies about 350 km to the north. The island is around 500 km from Jakarta.
Is Christmas Island worth visiting?
With excellent visibility and warm water, Christmas Island is an ideal place to gain diving certifications. Christmas Island is also an important fishing destination, offering everything from dropping a line off the jetty at Flying Fish Cove to deep-sea game fishing.
What currency is used on Christmas Island?
Language. English is the official language on Christmas Island. However, more than half of our residents speak a language other than English at home. While on the island, you might hear people conversing in Mandarin, Malay, Cantonese, Min Nan, Tagalog and a variety of other languages.
Do I need a car on Christmas Island?
Car Rentals on Christmas Island Christmas Island is an isolated paradise, famous for its annual crab migration. This island is best explored by car and in fact, there is no public transport available on the island so if you want to truly explore this unique destination then organising car rental is the best way to go.
Is Christmas Island open to visitors?
Christmas Island is currently closed to travellers from QLD, ACT, NSW & VIC. It is important to note that the Indian Ocean Territories (IOTs) of Christmas Island and the Cocos Keeling Islands remain in a State of Emergency and ALL travellers to the IOTs are required to apply for travel to each island.
Can you live on Christmas Island?
Christmas Island had a population of 1,843 residents as of 2016, the majority living in settlements on the northern tip of the island. The main settlement is Flying Fish Cove.
Do I need a visa for Christmas Island?
Having to get a visa to Christmas Island takes all the fun out of traveling. Passports and visas are not required when travelling from the Australian mainland. Passports and visas are not required when travelling from the Australian mainland.
Do I need a car on Cocos Island?
There is car hire available and also scooter hire. You could even consider a bike. It is about 5 km from town to the kite beach. Cocos is extremely safe, people leave the keys in the car and it would be possible to store your gear in the (unlocked) yacht club shed – people do this frequently.
Can I stay on Cocos Island?
Oceania House. Oceania House is the ONLY available accommodation on Home Island. Enjoy your stay at the heritage listed house of the former rulers of the Cocos Islands.