The Bali International Terminal is located on the third level of the Ngurah Rai International Airport. I've taken some pictures to show what it looks like now as of late 2013. This will help as a rough guide to know your way around the airport.
After exiting the lifts on the 3rd floor, this was the first sign I saw welcoming travellers to the airport.
On the other side to my right is another sign directing people to the check-in counters.
Here are some of the baggage check-in counters. Your bags will need to be checked in first before paying the departure tax of 150,000 RP at the payment service counter.
There are some stores to browse through if you need to wait a long time for a flight.
The stores are quite new as this building has only been in operation since earlier in 2013.
There are still a few stores around but I'm sure after more construction there will be more businesses in here.
I was standing next to the balcony when I took this photo from the 3rd level. In the far distance to the right shows the entry point to the departure gates. Below there are some closer pictures of the departure gates. In the middle of the picture shows a board with different flight information.
In this picture I was standing in the same position looking down to the ground level. Here you can see people waiting for people to arrive.
Turning around further to my right shows the front of the airport.
This picture shows a different angle of the ground floor. Here I was standing a few meters down from the pictures above.
Here is the entry point to the departure gates for the Bali international terminal. All travellers will have to pass through customs at this point. I've taken a few different pictures from different angles before going through to the departure gates.
After a walk around the airport I decided to capture a few more pictures of the departure gates entry point. At this time there was lots of people gathering to pass through customs.
When all the people finished going through to the departure gates, I took another photo standing a little bit closer. This will be where you have to put your carry on bags through the x-ray machines.
After having my bags checked and going through customs, this is the first view I see to my left in the departure gates at the Bali international terminal. The building is quite modern and is still under construction in some parts. I was facing towards the departure gates in this picture below.
This photo is facing the opposite direction of the departure gates. Towards the end of this corridor are some places to buy food, drinks and snacks.
This photo was taken after a short walk up the corridor towards the departure gates. You can also see one of the departure gate lounge areas.