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 new 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 is a public shuttle bus service for local travel in Bali. Currently connecting popular tourist areas in Bali such as Kuta, Sanur, Batubulan, Singapadu, and Ubud areas.

Kura-Kura Bus operates once a day  from 09:00 until 17:40 – and not operated on Nyepi Day. You can check the time schedule here.

Kura-Kura Bus is comfortable, with AC.

How About Safety?

With Kura-Kura Bus you can rest assured of your safety, and all passengers are insured during their travels.

How Much is the Tickets?

Kura-Kura Bus Ticket are not as expensive as you choose to make it. You can purchase an affordable one way ticket (for one trip) or to making an even bigger saving, you can choose round trip ticket.  One way tickets cost as low as IDR 100,000 (AU$10.18 / USD$6.41) while the round trip ticket starts from IDR 160,000 (AU$16.30 / US$10.26). All tickets must be purchased in Indonesian Rupiah only.

How to Get Kura-Kura Bus?

Kura-Kura Bus has 11 bus stops and all of them are located in a famous tourist destination or well-known hotel such as Lippo Mall Kuta, Beachwalk Bali, Transmart Sunset Road, Grand Lucky Sanur, Cocomart and Puri Lukisan Museum.

Our Tips :

Make sure book your seat here and arrive at least, 5 to 15 minutes before the schedule and stand near Bus Stop Sign to prevent you missed the bus.

It’s easy to purchase Kura-Kura Bus Ticket, you can buy directly from the driver.

Sights and Attractions Near Kura-Kura Bus Stop?

Kuta Beach

One of the most visited beaches in the world, with tourist from all over the world heading over to check out this long sandy beach. Besides famous for its white sand and its vibe, the area around Kuta Beach is famous for its nightlife, there are many places that you have to check out while visiting the Kuta Beach area.

Admission Fee: Free

How to get there: Take the bus to go to Beachwalk Shopping Mall

Puri Lukisan Museum

Museum Puri Lukisan is the oldest museum in Ubud. The museum is home of the finest modern Balinese art, mainly 20th-century paintings, and wood carvings, and is set in tranquil gardens with several ponds and a small cafe.

Admission Fee: IDR 75,000 For Adult (For Kids under 15 years old and accompanied by their parents are free of charge)

How to get there: You can take bus and go to Puri Lukisan Museum

Ubud Royal Palace

In our opinion, Ubud Royal Palace is an absolute must-see in Ubud. The architecture of the palace is beautiful and worth seeing, but there are much greater highlight near Ubud Royal Palace, like Ubud Art Market or Taman Saraswati temple Ubud.

Our Tip :

Before going to Ubud Royal Palace, from Puri Lukisan museum you can visit Pura Taman Saraswati, if you are lucky, you can see pink lotus flower on the blossom.

Admission Fee: Free

How to get there: You can take the bus and go to Puri Lukisan Museum and walk about 4-min to location

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