Medium BusNew Kura-Kura Bus route map improve your bus user experience, by connecting lines throught the tourist areas of Bali-especially Ubud. Line 1C connecting two areas, Nusa Dua and Ubud. The bus will depart from Nusa Dua → Ubud → Nusa Dua.

Kura-Kura Bus will depart from Conrad Bali at Tanjung Benoa then continue to Nusa Dua. You also could transfer here to another line like Line 1A (Nusa Dua → Kuta → Legian → Nusa Dua) or Line 1B (Nusa Dua → Seminyak → Legian → Nusa Dua). Nusa Dua is famous for many international hotels provided for the tourists, such as 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 Ubud area. icon of Bali tourism, center of art and cultures in Bali. You will enjoy your trip to Ubud, as the bus will be heading to Ubud via green line where you can see the fresh of nature that is offered by the rice fields along the way. The bus will direct to Coco Supermarket Bus Stop (drop off only) and continue to Puri Lukisan Museum. There are many interesting places located here including Puri Ubud, Pura Taman Saraswati, Ubud Art Market.

For you information, destination to Ubud is popular among the passengers, thus, making the bus full book. Make sure that you have ordered your ticket long before your depart schedule or you won’t be able to get into the bus.

* Tickets are available at the FABULOUS UBUD TOURIST INFORMATION CENTER which is located on Jl. Raya Ubud, opposite the Royal Palace and the Art Market.

Bus Stop Index

1 Coco Supermarket Ubud 2 Puri Lukisan Museum

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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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