Transportation and Getting Around Kuta Legian

Bemo/Mini-bus from Kuta to Denpasar

Ten-seater mini-buses, coloured navy-blue, run from Legian to Kuta and on to Tegal Terminal at Denpasar.

Smaller bemo operate only between Kuta and Legian, and you can change to a navy-blue one on Jalan Kuta Raya to Denpasar. These operate regularly until early evening.



The following is a summary of the Kura-kura website


There are 2 types of tickets: Kura Kura (Single and Round) Trip Ticket and Day Pass.

1 Day Pass – for unlimited travel on all lines. Ideal for the first-time visitor, explore the most popular areas of Bali at your own pace. See below for fares.

3- and 7-Day Passes are available and are activated from the date you first scan the QR Code once when boarding to the bus. Day Passes can be used by one person at a time only.
3-Day 7-Day Rp. 150,000 to Rp. 250,000 depending on route travelled.

One day is calculated as 72 hours from the time the card is first activated when scan the QR Code Reader. For example, if you tap a 3-Day Pass at 15:00 on 1st April, the card will be valid until 15:00 on 4nd April.

Single Trip Ticket
Buy a single trip ticket along any particular bus line. Single Trip Ticket can be used by one person at a time only, and you cannot use a higher value coin on a lower value route (or vice versa) eg. Rp. 50,000 cannot be used on a line with a fare of Rp. 20,000. Single Trip Ticket can be bought at DFS Bus Bay, Kura-Kura Ticket Booths, and on board the bus.

Round Trip Ticket

Ubud Line Only. Round trip ticket can be purchased at the DFS Bus Bay, Kura-Kura Ticket Booths, bus stop hotels, on board the bus on all lines
Kura-Kura Coin : Available at all Ticket Booths and on board the bus. 1-Day Pass: Available on board the bus.


Each line has a flat fare for a single journey on that particular line and all lines (excl. Seminyak Line) connect through the DFS Bus Bay, near the Kuta Simpang Siur roundabout/ underpass. Fares current in August 2017.

Line: – KUTA,LEGIAN and SEMINYAK Rp. 20,000
Line: – UBUD Rp. 80,000
*Children 2 years and under, using the same seat as an adult, travel free of charge. Children using their own seat will be charged normal price.



Departs every 20 minutes from 7:00 – 22:41
The bus goes around this line 43 times in one day
Stops: DFS Bus Bay, Aston Kuta, Lippo Mall Kuta, Kuta Paradiso, Hotel Grand Inna, Kuta Beachwalk, The Stones Hote,l Bali Mandira Resort, Bintang Supermarket, Seminyak Square, Berry Biz, Hotel Ramada Bali, Sunset Road, DFS Bus Bay.


Departs every 35 minutes from 7:00 – 22:50
The bus goes around this line 25 times in one day
Stops: DFS Bus Bay, Seminyak Square, Desamuda Village, Bintang Supermarket, TS Suites Bali, Grand Livio Hotel, Legian Paradiso Hotel, J4 Hotel, Waterbom, Lippo Mall Kuta, Aston Kuta, DFS Bus Bay.


The bus only goes around this line 2 times in one day, from 10:00 – 16:22 and from 17:30 – 17:52
Stops: Seminyak Square, Dash Hotel, Garden Bistro, Favehotel, Umalas, Garden Bistro, Dash Hote,l Seminyak Square.


The bus goes around this line 2 times in one day, from 10:00-11:15 and, from 18:30-19:45
Stops: DFS Bus Bay, Gallery Coffee, Taksu Hotel, DFS Bus Bay.


Departs every 2 hours from 08:00-21:40
The bus goes around this line 7 times in one day
Stops: DFS Bus Bay, Samasta-Mövenpick, Le Meridien, Ayana Resort, Rimba Samasta-Mövenpick, DFS Bus Bay.


Departs every 2 hours from 08:20-21:56
The bus goes around this line 7 times in one day
Stops: DFS Bus Bay Grand Hyatt The Bay Bali Ayodya Resort Bali DFS Bus Bay


Departs every 1 hour from 09:00-20:25
The bus goes around this line 8 times in one day
Stops: DFS Bus Bay, Gallery Coffee, Bali Bird Park, Ubud Yoga Centre, Alaya Resort Ubud, Puri Lukisan, Ubud Central Parking, Desa Visesa Ubud, Puri Lukisan, Alaya Resort, Ubud Yoga Centre, Bali Bird Park, McDonalds Sanur, Hatten Wines, DFS Bus Bay.

Renting a Car in Bali

There are several good car-hire companies in Bali. The terms are much the same as in other countries, with insurance usually included for the care rented, but not other vehicles if you are involved in an accident. So paying for additional insurance is advisable. An International Driver’s Licence is required, or you can apply for a Tourist Driver’s Licence in Bali.

Daily rates start at around US$25 per day without driver, up to US$70 per day with driver, depending on the type of vehicle.

There are many reasons for renting a car with driver: You will not be personally liable if there is an accident, you don’t need to worry about parking, you won’t get lost, you can leave the car safely if you go sight-seeing. Pretty much hassle-free for the extra. If you read the Rules of the Road in the Transportation chapter you will have a better idea of what I mean.

The better-known hire companies include (Avis, Europcar & Trac/Toyota), Bali Car Rental, Bali Car Hire, Auto Bali Car Rental, Best Bali Car Rental CV and Bali4ride.

The easiest way is to book online and pick up the car at the airport, or have the car delivered to your hotel in the southern beaches area.

Smaller car-hire businesses include:

Agung Raka                Jln Legian, Legian

Bali Jaya Car               Jln Legian, Legian

Central                        Jln Legian, Legian

Mega Jaya                   Jln Pantai Kuta, Legian

Rena Car                     Jln Legian, Legian

VW                               Jln Kuta Raya, Kuta

Yasa U-Drive              Jln Bakung Sari, Kuta

Motor Bike Hire

Emmanual       Jln Melasti

Sewa Motor     Jln Legian/Gg Poppies, Kuta

Motor Bike Mechanics

Honda Jaya     Jln Iman Bonjol, Kuta

Yamaha           Jln Iman Bonjol, Kuta

Raka               Jln Legian, Legian

Petrol Stations

Pertamina     Jln Raya Kerobokan, No. 24, Seminyak (near corner Jln Petitenget)
Pertamina     Jln Sunset No. 20, Kuta (24 hours)
Pertamina     Jln Kuta Raya, Kuta
Pertamina     Jln By-Pass Ngurah Rai, Kuta ( Sanur side of underpass)


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