Drone essentially fall into two categories in Indonesia:
or 150 metres
Only during day time, and in good weather conditions
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Yes, there should be no issues carrying your drone into Bali at the airport.
From what I saw and learned, Bali is fairly drone-friendly island. Drones are a very common sight, especially near the beaches, and other major tourist attractions such as waterfalls.
Carrying a drone in and out of the Bali airport should also pose no issue.
However, you must know that most temples prohibits drones within their compounds. I know there are many drone videos of temples on YouTube, but I’d still ask you to respect their wishes and not fly near any temples. Don’t ruin it for the rest of us.
Also, the resort that I was staying in Sanur asked all drone pilots to seek prior permission. It seemed that many pilots wanted to fly their drones right above the property, and had caused a nuisance for guests. The property had received many complaints from other guests.
The Property Manager was kind enough to take me to a part of the beach from where I could take off and fly my drone. He also mentioned that I should avoid flying above any of the properties along Sanur Beach.
And remember to always fly safe! And don’t forget to check out my highlights video from Bali.