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Sanur

Getting there and away

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Perama
Perama services all the major tourist destinations in Bali from the north of Sanur on Jalan Hang Tuah next to Agus and Sue Watering Hole.
Kuta and Airport: 09:00, 11:00, 12:30, 15:30, 18:30, costing 25,000 rupiah
Ubud: 06:30, 10:30, 14:00, 17:00, costing 40,000 rupiah
Lovina: 10:30, costing 125,000 rupiah
Padang Bai and Candi Dasa: 06:30, 10:30, 14:00, costing 60,000 rupiah
Gilis: 10:30, costing 350,000 rupiah

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  • As of today -- June 13, 2012 -- Perama's on-line schedule shows only one departure per day from Sanur to the airport, departing Sanur at 11:15 a.m. Perhaps they add more runs in the high season, but right now this is it. Posted fare is still 25,000 rupiah.

    Update by sullivanmarc (4)
    Written on 13th June, 2012

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Boat

Boats to Nusa Lembongan
Boats to Nusa Lembongan depart from the beach at the end of Jalan Hang Tuah in the north of Sanur. Tickets should be purchased the day before departure where possible, although this is not always necessary in quieter periods. Public boat tickets can be purchased from the ticket office at the end of Jalan Hang Tuah, Perama tickets can be purchased through one of the many agents in town and Rocky tickets are best booked through the office located on Jalan Hang Tuah near the Perama shuttle bus drop off point.

Public slow boat: Takes 90 minutes, departs at 08:00 and costs 60,000 rupiah
Public slow boat: Takes 90 minutes, departs at 10:30 and costs 80,000 rupiah
Public fast boat: Takes 30 minutes, departs at 09:00, 12:30, 14:30, 16:00 and costs 175,000 rupiah
Perama: Takes 60 minutes, departs at 09:00 and costs 100,000 rupiah
Rocky fast boat: Takes 30 minutes, departs at 10:00, 14:00, 16:30 and costs 175,000 rupiah

Boat to Nusa Penida
The boat to Nusa Penida is a public boat unless a charter is arranged with Rocky fast boats. The journey takes 2 hours and costs 60,000 rupiah.

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Getting Around

Bemo
Bemos travel up and down Jalan Danau Tamblingan all day long and you'll regularly be beeped at. The process for using the bemo is fairly simple. Stand on the side of the road and flag the bemo down and do not negotiate price as this will alert the driver to potential naivety. The fare to and from anywhere along Jalan Danau Tamblingan is 3,000 rupiah and you simply hand this correct change to the driver when you decide to hop off. There may be the odd huff and puff as he realises he's not able to rip you off, but this is par for the course.

Bemos head to the inconvenient Terminal Kereneng in Denpasar regularly throughout the day from just outside the parking ticket toll point on Jalan Hang Tuah and sometimes after heading north along Jalan Danau Tamblingan. The cost is 5,000 rupiah and a bemo from that terminal to another terminal will be required if you need to travel onwards from Denpasar.

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