Kura-Kura Bus Service
About Kura Kura
Have you seen the Kura-Kura buses getting around Bali?
Kura-Kura is a new public shuttle bus service operating daily in popular tourist areas of Bali. They currently have 7 bus lines: KUTA, LEGIAN, SEMINYAK, JIMBARAN, PECATU INDAH RESORT (DREAMLAND), SANUR and UBUD.
Each line has a flat fare for a single journey along that particular line, and all lines (excl. Seminyak Line) connect through to their DFS Bus Bay which is located at DFS Galleria in Kuta.
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Kura Kura Bus Fares
Fares start from just Rp. 20,000 for the KUTA / LEGIAN / SEMINYAK lines up to Rp. 80,000 for the UBUD line.
There are 3 types of tickets:
~ Kura-Kura Coin : for a single trip
~ Value Card : pre-loaded smart card which can be used on all lines
~ Day Pass : unlimited travel on all lines, available for 1, 3, 5 & 7 days
Coins can be purchased on board the bus on all lines. Value Cards & Day Passes can be purchased from all Kura-Kura Ticket Booths and on board the bus on certain lines.
The buses only stop at designated bus stops located in popular tourist areas and with easy access to the local attractions, eg. Beachwalk, Seminyak Square, Waterbom, Ground Zero Monument, Puri Lukisan Museum etc.
Kura Kura Service Map and Schedule
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