Bus Service Update – December 2014

Yesterday we announced the opening of the South Nusa Dua Line and today we have a few more updates to Kura-Kura Bus. Ubud Line : New bus stops added We’ve added 2 new bus stops to our popular Ubud Line which starts at DFS Bus Bay in Kuta. The first stop is at Gallery Coffee on Jl. Bypass Ngura Rai in Sanur. The bus then continues on to Plataran Resort and Puri Lukisan in Ubud. On the way from Ubud you can now also stop at McDonalds Sanur which is within walking distance from Sanur beach and the laidback promenade that runs along the beachfront. Ground Zero Monument name change The … Read more

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South Nusa Dua Line Now Open

Just in time for the holidays, we’re happy to announce the opening of the South Nusa Dua Line. The line begins at DFS Bus Bay in Kuta and heads south to the calm blue waters of Nusa Dua. If lazing the day away on a white sand beach is your idea of heaven, then this might just be the bus line for you. The first stop is at Mercure Nusa Dua which is within walking distance of the Bali Golf & Country Club. The next stop is at The Bale, a luxury resort situated a few minutes’ walk from popular Geger Beach where you can rent a beach chair and … Read more

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Kura-Kura Bus & Ubud Ngaben Ceremony

On 9 December 2014, an important Ngaben (Cremation) Ceremony will take place on the main street in Ubud. For this reason, the following departures to and from Ubud will be CANCELLED due to road closures to facilitate the procession: From DFS to Ubud: 10.00 – CANCELLED First departure to Ubud: 12.00 From Puri Lukisan to DFS: 12.30 – CANCELLED First departure from Ubud: 14.30 Plan your trip at least one day in advance if you would like to see this fascinating cultural event. Please see the latest Time Schedule here. The cremation will take place on Tuesday, 9 December 2014 from 11.00 am. The procession will start from Ubud Palace … Read more

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Kura-Kura Bus & New Years Eve

As the year draws to a close the island of Bali gets even busier, with both domestic and foreign visitors arriving to celebrate the new year. It’s an already popular time as many families are visiting over the Christmas school break. An increase in tourists is noticeable by the increase in traffic on the roads, and it can sometimes take a lot longer than usual to get to where you’re going. On New Years Eve itself it’s almost impossible to get through the traffic. In fact, the area around bustling Kuta is closed in the afternoon and for this reason Kura-Kura Bus will not be operating on 31 December 2014. … Read more

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