Kura-Kura Bus was featured today in one of Japan’s most popular economic newspapers, the Nikkei Shinbun. Our press release can be found on page 15 of the the March 27, 2014 edition.
(Excerpt from article)
“Bus service for tourists in Bali with seven routes”
“Kura-Kura Bus” will start operating on 1 April. The bus service begins at the the large duty-free shop, and operates in intervals from 30 minutes to two hours, with seven routes connecting the popular tourist destinations of Ubud, Legian and Kuta. Fares start at Rp. 10,000 rupiah (about USD 0.87), and vary depending on the bus line. One-day tickets are also available.
A total of 22 buses includes 12-seaters and 29-seaters. In addition, facilities such as LCD television and free on-board WiFi are also available. It is expected that 13 million passengers will use this service by March 2017.