Photo: One of Bali's most famous temples.

How to get to and from Bedugul

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The Perama shuttle bus runs a daily service to Bedugul, with the drop off and pick up point next to Candikuning market. It departs Kuta at 10:00 (75,000 rupiah); Sanur at 10:30 (75,000 rupiah); Ubud at 11:30 (75,000 rupiah); and Lovina at 09:30 (75,000 rupiah).
It departs from Bedugul to Kuta, Sanur and Ubud at 10:00 (75,000 rupiah); and to Lovina at 13:00 (75,000 rupiah). If you are just visiting for the day, you’ll need to make other arrangements for onward travel or stay overnight.

Perama Tour and Travel: T: (0361) 750 808; (0361) 751 875;

Gedong Sari run a shuttle service between Ubud and Bedugul for 110,000 rupiah per person. It’s a door-to-door service, and pickups commence in Ubud at 9:00 and 11:00, with arrival in Munduk around 11:00 and 13:00. The service continues to Lovina. Call them to arrange transport from other areas of Bali to connect to Ubud.

Gedong Sari Tours and Travel: T: (0361) 977 993.

Local ojeks meet the shuttle buses as they arrive and offer to drop you around the area.

Bemos run between Denpasar Ubung terminal and Singaraja, making long stops at Candikuning and Pancasari markets. They become infrequent after midday.

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Bedugul? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Indonesia.

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