LINE 1B

LINE 1B

Overview

Medium BusSame like Line 1A, Line 1B is connecting three areas, Nusa Dua, Seminyak and Legian. The bus will depart from Nusa Dua → Seminyak → Legian → Nusa Dua.

Kura-Kura Bus will depart from. Nusa Dua. Nusa Dua is a popular area where many international hotels provided for the tourists, such as in the south Bali Peninsula, stood strong and beautiful hotel like Grand Hyatt or Ayodya Resort Bali. In the front gate of ITDC, you will find magnificient garden, well-mended and decored with the amusement patio. There are many tourist destinations that you may visit, such as Museum Pasifika, Nusa Dua Theatre and the most enchanting beaches lied there. The bus also stop at Mall Bali Collection, the best shopping centre in Nusa Dua.

Then Kura-Kura Bus will continue to Seminyak area, another icon of Bali tourism. Seminyak is completely different with Kuta and Legian area. Many consider that Seminyak is Bali’s shopping and dining haven. The bus will stop at Seminyak Village, central location makes it ideal for holiday-makers staying in the many private villas and hotels in the surrounding area.

Then Kura-Kura Bus will continue to Kuta area, icon of Bali tourism. The bus will stop at Discovery Shopping Mall, Waterbom, Grand Inna Kuta Hotel and at popular shopping centers like Beachwalk. Don't miss Kuta Beach, best scenic spot for sun bathing, surfing, and also a perfect place for watching sunset.

You could also transfer to another lines, like Line 1A (Nusa Dua → Kuta → Legian → Nusa Dua) in some certain bus stops like Papaya, Bebek Timbungan, Carrefour and Krisna Oleh-Oleh Bali. Then the bus continue back to Nusa Dua Area.

Bus Stop Index

1 The Bay Bali 2 Grand Hyatt
3 Ayodya Resort Bali 4 The Keranjang Bali
5 Grand Livio Hotel 6 Seminyak Village
7 Papaya Supermarket 8 Bebek Timbungan
9 Carrefour 10 Krisna Oleh-Oleh Bypass Tuban

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Notice

Please note that not all bus services start at 09:00 and run until 23:00. For detailed information, please check the Time Schedule of each line.

Traffic congestion due to bad weather or road closures for religious ceremonies is commonplace in Bali. We aim to run our bus service as efficiently as possible, however delays can sometimes be experienced due to circumstances beyond our control.

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