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Lovina

Getting there and away

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Singaraja is the major transport hub of the north and services Amlapura in the east, Denpasar in the south, Gilimanuk in the west and all destinations in between.

Buses and bemos operate from Singaraja all day, but services become less frequent as the afternoon wears on.

There are three bus terminals in Singaraja:
Banyuasri in the west of town servicing Gilimanuk (3hr/25,000 rupiah), Lovina (30min/7,000 rupiah), Java and Negara;

Penarukan in the east of town servicing Amlapura (3hr/30,000 rupiah) and Denpasar via Kintamani (4hr/40,000 rupiah);

Surasada in the north of town servicing Denpasar via Bedugul (2hr/25,000 rupiah).
Bemos between the terminals leave regularly and cost 5,000 rupiah.

Shuttle buses travel between Lovina and the major tourist areas in Bali and depart at 09:00. Prices for the airport are 85,000 rupiah, while Ubud, Kuta and Sanur are 80,000 rupiah.

Perama shuttles are slightly more expensive and also depart at 09:00.

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Getting Around

An ojek to Anturan in the east is 25,000 rupiah, Banyualit is 15,000 rupiah and Kaliasem is 15,000 rupiah. These prices are fixed by the local cartel where heavies will beat up those that operate outside it.

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