Photo: A great day at Uluwatu.

How to get to and from Bukit

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Perama shuttles don't service the Bukit and public transport is sporadic and doesn't head to places convenient for visitors unless chartered.

That said, bemos occasionally travel the main road to Uluwatu via Jimbaran and a fare to Kuta and Denpasar is 25,000 rupiah.

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It is possible to visit some of the beaches and Pura Luhur Uluwatu on a daytrip from Kuta or Ubud utilising a car and driver or taxi.

A car and driver for the journey should cost 450,000 rupiah and a taxi although dependent on waiting times is a similar price.

If you don't plan on waiting at the beaches or Uluwatu, take a taxi. If the whole day is spent at the beach and Uluwatu, hire a car and driver.

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Getting around

For those staying on the Bukit it is recommended that you have your own private transport (motorbike over bicycle — it's hilly!) as the beaches and sights are so spread out and chartering vehicles is inconvenient and expensive.

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Where to next?

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

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