Lempuyang Temple Private Tour

Lempuyang and Tirta Gangga Temple Private Tour

Lempuyang and Tirta Gangga Temple Private Tour is the newest product of Kura-Kura Bus which is a Full Day Tour Package to exploring Eastern Bali with stops at sights known for natural beauty and cultural significance. We will take you to visiting Lempuyang Temple or most known as “Gate of Heaven” – one of Bali’s oldest and most renowned Hindu temples. See long-tailed macaques as you climb through lush forests and then experience Tirta Gangga Temple a stunning royal water palace thought to hold sacred water from the Ganges River before returning to your hotel. Let your friendly and professional guide take you around the strikingly beautiful temple complex to […]

30+ Best Places to Visit in Bali with Kura-Kura Bus

Explore Bali in a more unique way by taking the Kura-Kura Bus, a public shuttle bus service that connects popular tourist areas in Bali. Hop on one of our bright and cheerful buses and either travel in the area you’re in, or go somewhere different by changing lines at our main hub at DFS Bus Bay in Kuta. From the center of art and cultures in Bali, to a fishing village which is known with the sea food culinary in Jimbaran, then to enchanting beaches in Nusa Dua and finally to iconic beach for stunning sunset in Kuta, there’s a lot to explore in beatiful Bali. Can’t find the nearest […]

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Kid-Friendly Destinations With Kura-Kura Bus

Bali is one of the most family places to have a vacation with kids. Kids love adventure but sometimes, the journey required to fun part is too much for them to handle..but fret not! Cute bus and cheerful trip with Kura-Kura Bus is the best things to keep you “anak-anak” (Balinese for children) smiling during a family holiday in Bali. Kids love colorful things and Kura-Kura Bus is very eye-catching, with cute green and yellow turtle design. And the best is, for kids 2 years and under, using the same seat as an adult may travel free of charge. AQUATIC FUN Dekom Surf – Surfing Lesson Did you know learning […]

Haunted Places in Bali You Won’t Dare to go Alone

Despite the beautiful beaches and stunning rice terrace views, Bali also have some peculiar places to visit – places that are rumored to be haunted. It may sound like a full non-sense to some of you, but whether you believe or not we decided to list five of them that you might want to visit – if you dare. Taman Festival Bali This 8-hectare amusement park was once built with the aspirations to become the Southeast Asian answer to Disneyland. When it closed in 2000 due to financial difficulties, the park has been left abandoned, leaving all of its buildings and rides. Today, the amusement park looks more like Jurassic […]

Kura-Kura Bus Main Terminal

First-Timers Guide to Kura-Kura Bus

We believe that it can help you no matter how many times you’ve been to Bali, there’s always a “first-time experience” for everyone each time you come here. Bali, as we know, blew our minds. So many new places to visit, beautiful landmark, and we think it’s impossible to fully appreciate Bali in just a few days. In short, we want to give you the comprehensive first-time visitor’s guide covering all the information that you needed to make your time in Bali unforgettable with Kura-Kura Bus. We’ll show you our highlights and give you a few practical travel tips to help you get started. Knowing About Kura-Kura Bus Kura-Kura Bus […]

Things To Do at The Sanur Village Festival!

Sanur Village Festival is the awaited event. This event held on August 21st – 25th, 2019 at Matahari Terbit Beach, Sanur Bali. It’s a comprehensive celebration of spanning for five days with various socio-cultural sub-events. From music shows to the food festival. There are more than a dozen activities for visitors to participate. Some activities have also been carried out first such as the Sanur International Kite Festival which was attended by participants from 26 countries, cultural dialogue presented 4 speakers and a photo exhibition by 31 photographers who all responded to the theme of bamboo. Here are some things you can do at the Sanur Village Festival. Following the […]

It’s Time For Bali Kite Festival!

Have you heard about Bali Kites Festival? [Bali Kites Festival. Image via bali-indonesia.com] One of the most awaited festivals by youth groups in Bali. This event takes place around July-August when the wind starts blowing in Bali. Dozens of kites laying groups competed and were invited from all over the island of Bali to join the festival. Not only local teams from Bali but also the international teams join the festival. Its held not only for kites competition but also for send message to the Hindu Gods to give the blessings of an abundant harvest The festival is held in several locations on the island of Bali, but the biggest […]

Galungan is Coming!!!

Have you heard about Galungan Day in Bali? Galungan is the most important festival for Bali’s local Hindu people. Held every 210 days according to the Balinese calendar. Galungan is a celebration that honors the creator of the universe and the spirits of the ancestors. During this time, the victory of good over evil is celebrated and the spirits of the ancestors are believed to visit the earth. A day before the Galungan called “Penampahan Galungan”, many unique things are usually done by Hindus in Bali. Usually, Hindus will do the process of slaughtering pork and making “lawar” which will later be used as a means of offering to God. […]

Things to Do in Kura Kura Bus Stop Line 1

Many people ask, what tourist attractions they can visit when using Line 1 of Kura Kura Shuttle Bus. Not a few people even think that they can only enjoy Nusa Dua beach on line 1. It’s totally wrong! In this blog you will find a number of recommendations for activities that you can do when using the Line 1 of Kura Kura Shuttle Bus. Bali Wake Park Bus Stop The first bus stop for line 1 is at Bali Wake Park. This bus stop is right in front of Bali Wake Park. Bali Wake Park is the island’s first and only wake park venue in Bali. They provide some water […]

3 Reasons Why You Should Come to Bali Art Festival

The 41st edition of the annual Bali Arts Festival will take place from June 15 to July 13 at The Bali Art Centre in Denpasar, the capital city of Bali province. Image via The Lokha Ubud Bali Arts Festival brings “Bayu Pramana, Memuliakan Sumber Daya Angin” as the main theme. “Bayu pramana” which means: breathe of life. The concept of Bayu pramana comes from two words namely “Bayu” and “Pramana”. Bayu means wind while pramana means strength. Bayu pramana means the Power of Breath of Life, the most vital energy that lives and controls everything. The meaning is transformed into a theme and wind element that can make a work […]