Although Mount Agung in Karangasem, Bali, spewed lava during its latest eruption on Monday night, the other parts of the island are still safe to visit.
At the time of writing, Ngurah Rai International Airport remains open. However, if you are worried that the airport is closed, fret not, as tempo.co has compiled three ways to visit the Island of the Gods without flying.
Trains are among the alternative methods of transportation. When compared with buses or car, the train journey is shorter, making it more convenient for travelers.
Travelers from Jakarta can choose between the Jakarta-Surabaya-Banyuwangi or Jakarta-Yogyakarta-Banyuwangi routes.
Those who want to go directly to Bali can opt to take a bus from Pulo Gebang bus station in East Jakarta.
Pahala Kencana, Kramat Djati Jakarta, Lorena and Safari Dharma Raya are among the bus companies that offer a Jakarta-Bali route. Priced at Rp 500,000 per person, the journey usually takes more than 25 hours.
Both bus and train passengers will need to cross the Bali Strait using a ferry.
Travelers can take a ferry from Ketapang Port in Banyuwangi to Gilimanuk Port on Bali’s western shores. The service is available 24 hours a day and costs Rp 6,500 per person.
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After many years working together, trough good and bad, trough mistakes and success, here we are again ready to deliver a new food experience in Bali. Balkan food is simply home taste and mother cooking cuisine. Come by if you are near by…
Jalan Kunti I No.9
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If you are planning a trip to Bali, you might as well splurge to stay at the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan.
The 5-star hotel was ranked the Top Hotel in the World by Travel + Leisure for 2018.
A 15-minute drive away from Bali’s Ubud, this resort takes privacy and luxury to another level.
Guests will have to walk a suspension bridge to get to the resort. Once there, a lotus pond that floats on the resort rooftop welcomes you (It is great for couples who want to watch the sunset…).
Travellers can expect cooking lessons in a bamboo-clad centre designed by Elora Hardy and Sacred Nap relaxation treatments…
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Follow NIKITA CHAWLA’s footsteps as she shares anecdotes from a recent adventurous journey to the Indonesian island
As I got off the airport in Denpasar, I expected Bali to be quite similar to Thailand and wasn’t particularly excited. I boarded my prepaid taxi and headed for the hotel in Ubud that evening. With its lush green rice terraces and panoramic valleys and cultural backdrop, Ubud reminded me a lot of Kerala. Temples, markets, museums, palaces…it has it all covered. If art and culture is your scene, then Ubud is a must visit.
If not, then skip Ubud and stick to Nusa Penida or Lombok for the pristine beaches and shimmering clear waters that spell out your idyllic vacay. After a long journey, (there is no direct flight) I was exhausted by the evening and checked myself into a much needed Balinese spa…
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