Photo: Big skies over Bali Barat National Park.

How to get to and from Pemuteran

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Bus

Pemuteran Shuttle offers a daily service to Munduk and Bedugul for 125,000 rupiah, and Ubud, Sanur and Kuta for 175,000 rupiah.
Pemuteran (09:30) — Munduk (11:00) — Bedugul (11:30) — Sanur (14:00) — Kuta (15:00)
Kuta (09:30) — Sanur (10:30) — Bedugul (13:00) — Munduk (13:30) — Pemuteran (15:00)
Pemuteran (09:30) — Munduk (11:00) — Bedugul (11:30) — Ubud (13:30)
Ubud (09:30) — Bedugul (11:30) — Munduk (12:00) — Pemuteran (13:30)

Bookings should be made several days in advance as they have limited seats.

T: (0813) 3857 5384; pemuteranshuttle@gmail.com; pemuteranshuttle.wordpress.com.

Perama tourist shuttle bus doesn’t run to Pemuteran, however if travelling from the south of Bali, you could use their service to Lovina, then jump on a local bus or bemo to Pemuteran.

Bemos ply the route between Singaraja (with connections to southern destinations) and Gilimanuk (with connections to Java). You can flag down a bemo travelling in either direction along the main road: heading west to Labuan Lalang (for boats to Menjangan Island — 30 minutes) and Gilimanuk (1 hour); and east to Seririt (1 hour); Lovina (1.5 hours); and Singaraja (2 hours).

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Other

A reliable and friendly local driver is Ketut Ardika T: (0852) 3719 9442; www.facebook.com/profile.

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Where to next?

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


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