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Bali The Island of Gods​


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karena thread ini belom muncul jg saya yg mulai deh :D
 

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ini lah mode transportasi di pulau Dewata:

Trans Sarbagita

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harga: RP 3500,00 single trip, student RP 2500,00

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Angkot



Jalur Angkot/Metro mini di Bali

Metromini Isuzu Panther warna merah dan biru.Gilimanuk - Ubung.
Metromini warna abu-abu biru.Ubung - Jl.Cokroaminoto - Jl.Gatot Subroto - Jl.Gianyar - Tohpati - Batubulan - Tohpati - Kesiman - Jl.Gianyar - Jl.Gatot Subroto - Jl.Cokroaminoto - Ubung.
Metromini warna kuning.Kereneng - Jl.Palawa - Jl.Supratman - Jl.Gianyar - Kesiman - Tohpati - Batubulan - Tohpati - Kesiman - Jl.Gianyar - Jl.Supratman - Jl.Kamboja - Kereneng.
Metromini warna hijau gelap.Kereneng - Jl.Hayam Wuruk - Sanur - Jl.Raya Sanur - Sanur - Jl.Hayam Wuruk - Kereneng.
Metromini warna kuning muda.Kereneng - Jl.Surapati - Jl.Veteran - Jl.Cokroaminoto - Ubung - Jl.Cokroaminoto - Jl.Veteran - Jl.Surapati - Kereneng.
Metromini warna kuning tua.Tegal - Jl.Gunung Merapi - Jl.Setiabudi - Ubung - Jl.Cokroaminoto - Jl.Subroto - Jl.A.Yani - Jl.Nakula - Jl.Veteran - Jl.Patimura - Jl.Melati - Kereneng - Jl.Hayam Wuruk - Jl.Surapati - Jl.Kapten Agung - Jl.Sudirman - Tiara Dewata - Jl.Yos Sudarso - Jl.Diponegoro - Jl.Hasanudin - Jl.Bukit Tunggal - Tegal.
Metromini warna biru gelap.Tegal - Jl.Imam Bonjol - Jl.Teuku Umar - Jl.Diponegoro - Jl.Yos Sudarso - Jl.Sudirman - Jl.Cok Agung Tresna - Jl.Panjaitan - Jl.Ki Hajar Dewantara - Jl.Moh.Yamin - Sanur - Jl.Raya Puputan - Jl.Teuku Umar - Jl.Imam Bonjol - Tegal.
Metromini warna cokelat.Kereneng - Jl.Raya Puputan - Jl.Dewi Sartika - Jl.Teuku Umar - Jl.Imam Bonjol - Tegal - Jl.Cok Agung Tresna - Kereneng.
 

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Public Transport in Bali
Details and contact information on the regional and city bus transport system...

It is easy to find transport in Bali, with a choice between the popular mini-buses or bemos operating on shorter routes, public buses for longer routes and the more expensive but convenient privately-operated tourist shuttle bus services, which run between major tourist destinations and the airport. In addition, many hotels and restaurants offer free pick-up and drop-off services to their clients.

Denpasar is the hub of Bali's transport system, with four main bus terminals as well as stops for bemos. The main bus terminals in Bali are:

Ubung Terminal - bus services to the northern and western parts of Bali, also a bemo terminal
At: Jalan Cokroaminoto, Denpasar
Tel: (0361) 427 172
Tegal Terminal - bus services to southern Bali
At: Jalan Imam Bonjol, Denpasar
Tel: (0361) 980 899
Kereneng Terminal - bus services to Sanur
At: Jalan Hayam Wuruk, Denpasar
Tel: (0361) 226 906
Batubulan Terminal - bus services to eastern and central Bali
At: 8 Km from Denapasar
Tel: (0361) 298 526
Every large town has at least one terminal for long-distance buses, called a terminal bus, which is usually also the stop for bemos. Smaller towns have stops for both buses and bemos.

Bemo
Bemos, or mini-buses, are the standard form of public transport in Bali, the word bemo comes from the words becak (bicycle rickshaw) and mobil (car). Fares are relatively cheap and most operate on a standard route for a set fare. Most bemos only leave when full and often make unscheduled stops at passengers' requests. There is a danger of foreigners being over-charged on bemos, however, and pickpockets operate on certain routes, particularly between Denpasar and Kuta or Ubud.

It is possible to charter a bemo for a small group and to negotiate a fixed price which may then be shared between passengers. Bemos are licensed to operate only on particular routes, but those with yellow plates may take passengers anywhere on the island.

Public Bus
Larger mini-buses and full-size buses operate on longer routes, particularly linking Denpasar, Singaraja, Amlapura and Gilimanuk. Buses are faster than bemos as they tend not to make stops along the way, however, there may be long delays waiting for them to fill up at terminals before departing.

It is not possible to book tickets in advance except for inter-island routes.

Tourist Shuttle Bus
Tourist shuttle buses are considerably more expensive than public buses, but are quicker, more comfortable, air-conditioned and in general more convenient than public transport.

The largest operator of tourist shuttle buses is Perama, which operates regular, fixed-price buses to and from the airport, as well as all over the island. It has offices in Candidasa, Lovina, Padang Bai, Sanur and Ubud, and is headquartered at Kuta.

Perama
At: Jalan Legian 39, Kuta
Tel: (0361) 750 808 / 751 875
Fax: (0361) 751 170

http://bali.angloinfo.com/information/transport/public-transport/regional-bus-services/
 

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Bali’s public transportation taking baby steps to improve
The Jakarta Post Travel
The Jakarta Post Travel – Wed, Apr 24, 2013


ali may be a world famous tourism site with a myriad of swanky cafes and luxurious hotels, but the paradise island is still yet to have any solid mass public transportation facility.
Aside from taxis and self-employed locals offering motorcycle rides at distance-determined prices, you will notice the lack of land public transport in Bali.
This is quite unusual compared to many other Indonesian big cities that are crowded with hordes of buses and minivans. This situation raises the question of how the people actually get around on the island.
A few years back, you could still find bemo-ancient modified minivans- on Bali’s streets, but the Bali chapter of Land Transportation Owners Organization (Organda) reported last year that the number of bemo in Bali has greatly diminished, leaving the island with only 40 percent of its operating armada because locals prefer private vehicles over public transport.
Authorities responded by launching the state-owned Trans Sarbagita bus program, which is similar to Jakarta’s Trans Jakarta busway system, where buses serve the main roads, stopping only at designated places, with the support of feeder vehicles.
While the Bemo was a great choice of transportation for short distance traveling, taking longer journeys can be troublesome because it means having to switch cars –and, naturally, pay fares – multiple times.
Currently, some of the bemo armada is being transformed into feeder vehicles – carrying passengers from the rural streets to the Trans Sarbagita bus stops. It was launched in 2011 and Trans Sarbagita is currently operating on two corridors: one serving the Nusa Dua to Batu Bulan route, and the other connecting Denpasar with Jimbaran. A third route, which includes the bus going inside the Ngurah Rai Airport, will be introduced later this year.
“[Trans Sarbagita at the airport] will also be an attempt to attract more people to use public transport, as a solution for congested traffic going in and out of the airport,” Dewa Putu Punia Asa, the chief of the Transportation, Information and Communication Services (Dishubinfokom) for Bali, said as quoted by Antara news agency.
Despite enjoying quite a monopoly in the South Bali area, Trans Sarbagita has not yet become the preferred mode of transport as locals still lean toward the use of private vehicles to get around.
A recent survey done by the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences at Udayana University in Bali says that only six percent of their respondents have ever used the Trans Sarbagita. Yet, the rising number of passengers from year to year shows that Trans Sarbagita is slowly gaining favor. Passenger numbers rose from 205,101 in 2011 to 855,580 in 2012.
“The average usage of Trans Sarbagita by 2,886 people per day in 2012 shows that the bus is having success in reducing traffic congestion and fuel consumption,” I Ketut Teneng, Bali administration’s spokesperson, said.
Adit and Oka, drivers of the Trans Sarbagita, confirmed the claim. “During the rush hour it can get very crowded in the bus.”
Trans Sarbagita’s future plan, which is displayed in most of the bus stops, involves an extensive network of routes covering significant areas, mostly in the South and the Central Bali areas. Intra city buses and travel van services will be used in other areas on the island that are not part of the plan.
Meanwhile, those thinking of heading South to areas such as Gilimanuk, Singaraja, usually go to the hub that is Karangasem Ubung Terminal, north of Denpasar, to hop on buses heading to these areas.
What remains of bemo services are still thriving in the long-distance-journey market.
Other means of transportation are currently still on the planning table or still being deliberated. Regent Putu Agus Suradnyana from Buleleng area north of Bali has stated that his area's Kubutambahan village has been declared a suitable place to build another airport in Bali by the Ministry of Transportation, while Governor Made Mangku Pastika said that he already received the blessings from local religious figures to build a monorail – provided that he could find suitable funds.
http://sg.news.yahoo.com/bali-public-transportation-taking-baby-steps-improve-170000104.html
 

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China Railway interested
in building monorail in
Bali

Ni Komang Erviani, The Jakarta Post, Denpasar | Archipelago | Fri, March 22 2013, 11:12 AM

China Railway Corporation, the national railway operator in China, has conveyed its excitement to invest in the construction of a monorail connecting all regencies in Bali, officials have said.

“China Railway came to me several months ago, requesting information related to the plan to build a monorail,” Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika said recently.

Pastika added that officials from China Railway said they needed time to calculate its feasibility. They have not come to a conclusion,” he added.

The Bali administration would encourage China Railway to invest in the construction of the monorail. “I will try to ask them. We hope that they will invest in the project,” Pastika said.

The idea to construct a railway system in Bali first emerged in 2009 based on the premise that Bali had no integrated public transportation system to enable tourists to reach all corners of Bali, including its faraway villages, outside Kuta, Sanur and the southern parts of Bali. As well as being for the benefit of local people, the monorail would also be designed for tourists.

Unfortunately, the plan to develop a monorail in Bali folded and was filed away due to a study conducted by the state-owned railway company, PT KAI, revealing it to be impossible due to cost and technical issues. The study demonstrated that it was not feasible to build a railway system in Bali due to the very high price of land. The study estimated that the monorail project would cost Rp 17 trillion (US$1.74 billion).

Despite the study’s result, the provincial administration insists on continuing with the plan through private investment.

Pastika said that the monorail project was the new solution to provide good quality mass rapid transport on the island, as well as to boost equitable development throughout the island.

Pastika added that he hoped the severe congestion in southern Bali would be solved by the monorail. “By providing a monorail that also serves Kuta-Nusa Dua, for example, it would be very useful for the development of Ubud tourism,” Pastika said.

Head of the Indonesian Tour and Travel Agency Association (ASITA) in Bali, Ketut Ardhana, expressed his support for the monorail plan.

Ardhana explained that the new facility would be a good transportation mode for Bali round-trip packages for tourists. “Many tourists are actually eager to visit other places on the island, besides south Bali. They are even excited to stay in hotels in other parts of Bali, such as north Bali. But the long trip usually makes them cancel their plan. So, the monorail would be very good to manage their time while in Bali,” Ardhana said.
source:http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2013/03/22/china-railway-interested-building-monorail-bali.html
 

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Tourism, businesses support monorail

BY DESY NURHAYATI ON 2013-04-17
Tourism and business associations have expressed their strong support for the Bali administration’s plan to build a monorail connecting all regencies on the island.

They consider the monorail project as a solution to provide quality mass transportation for both people and commodities, which will support the boosting of equitable development throughout the island.

Tourism practitioner Bagus Sudibya, also deputy chairman of the Indonesian Tour and Travel Agencies Association (ASITA) expressed his support for the monorail plan to improve all economic sectors.

“Bali indeed needs to improve its infrastructure and reduce travel times between regencies with more effective transportation.”

He said building a monorail system that connected all the island’s regencies would benefit all economic sectors, not only tourism, as it would expedite the transportation of people and goods.

“Overall, it will help with the promoting of many untapped potentials in all the regencies in Bali, be it tourist attractions, agriculture, marine commodities or any other areas of potential.”

He added that the monorail could be a transportation mode for round trip packages for tourists, saying that it would be good if the monorail was built along the coastline, running from Denpasar to Gianyar, Klungkung, Karangasem, heading to the north coast in Buleleng, then to Jembrana, Tabanan and returning to Denpasar. “Another railway should also be built crossing through Bangli regency, located in the central part of Bali.”

Gede Sumarjaya Linggih, chairman of Bali’s Chamber of Commerce (Kadin) also supported the administration’s plan to build a monorail.

“Kadin basically agrees with any plan to develop infrastructure and public transportation in Bali, because infrastructure and public transportation have long been an obstacle for the development of the island’s economy,” he told Bali Daily. He stressed that the provincial administration should ensure that the monorail would be convenient and affordable for all.

The idea to construct a railway system in Bali first emerged in 2009, on the grounds that Bali had no integrated public transportation system that enabled tourists to go around the island, including to its faraway villages outside the southern parts of Bali.

Unfortunately, the plan to develop a monorail was put aside due to a study conducted by the state-owned railway company, PT KAI, that revealed it to be impossible due to cost and technical matters.

The study demonstrated that a railway would not be feasible because of the extremely high price of land. The study predicted that the monorail project would cost Rp 17 trillion (US$1.75 billion).

Despite the study’s result, the provincial administration insists on continuing with the plan through private investment, or by establishing a public-private partnership.

Last month, the China Railway Corporation, the national railway operator of China, conveyed its interest in investing in the construction of a monorail connecting all Bali’s regencies.

However, there had not been any update from the company, said Ketut Wija, the provincial administration’s assistant for economic and development affairs.

“China Railway has not discussed further its plan to invest in the monorail, but we will continue the project with or without them. If we have yet to find other investors, the central government and the provincial administration will finance the project under a sharing scheme,” he told Bali Daily.

He explained further that the project had been included in the Masterplan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesian Economic Development (MP3EI). Therefore, the project would be one of the infrastructure development priorities in Bali.

Progress on MP3EI projects, including the monorail, would be discussed in a coordination meeting to be held in Nusa Dua later this week, he added.

The central government in 2011 launched the ambitious MP3EI program to speedily transform Indonesia into a developed nation recognized by the world community, through high, inclusive and sustainable economic growth.

By implementing MP3EI, the country would take its place as one of the world’s developed countries by 2025.

The master plan focuses on eight main development programs — agriculture, mining, energy, industry, maritime, tourism, telecommunications and strategic zones.

Under the MP3EI, Bali and Nusa Tenggara are included in the fifth corridor as the gateway for tourism and national food support.

Bali, as the gateway for the country’s tourism, is required to implement large-scale infrastructure projects, such as airport expansion and renovation projects, toll roads, railway tracks, seaports, cruise ports and high-capacity electricity power plants.
source:http://www.thejakartapost.com/bali-daily/2013-04-17/tourism-businesses-support-monorail.html
 

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Nice Bali :eek:kay:

Gw yg seneng pas liburan dri Bali kmrin itu By-Pass Sunset Road, terus Underpass Kuta, dan tentunya jalan tol atas laut Bali-nya...

Gw liat macetnya bbrp jalan Bali, terutama Kuta Selatan plus daerah wisata Bali lainnya parah jg ya, kyk Jakarta jg... :bash:
Apalgi tuh yg mau ke airport :nuts:
Maklum lah, Bali kawasan Pariwisata... :cheers:
 

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emng macet :hahaha: terutama jam pulang kerja di sunset sama jalan tujuan renon, orng pada pulang kerja dari dan ke nusa dua
 

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saya nulis mungkin agak miring mengenai public transport di Bali:
sangat susah bepergian di bali jika gak punya kendaraan sendiri, paling yg tersedia di jalanan yaitu taksi dan ojek.
Taksi suka ogah pake argo jadi tawar menawar dulu,,,(kalo taksi burung biru sepertinya rajin pake argo karena pengalaman gw naik selalu di-argo-in).

pengalaman tsb adalah di denpasar-badung-tabanan dan sekitarnya
kalo dari denpasar ke gilimanuk relatif mudah karena bus atau sekelas elf itu banyak yg lewat,,tapi ya cuma di jalan besarnya saja.
dari gilimanuk ke singaraja juga ada angkot sekelas elf tapi jarang yg lewat, kalo disini maklum saja karena penduduknya juga gak padat dan rata2 punya sepeda motor.
 

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saya nulis mungkin agak miring mengenai public transport di Bali:
sangat susah bepergian di bali jika gak punya kendaraan sendiri, paling yg tersedia di jalanan yaitu taksi dan ojek.
Taksi suka ogah pake argo jadi tawar menawar dulu,,,(kalo taksi burung biru sepertinya rajin pake argo karena pengalaman gw naik selalu di-argo-in).

pengalaman tsb adalah di denpasar-badung-tabanan dan sekitarnya
kalo dari denpasar ke gilimanuk relatif mudah karena bus atau sekelas elf itu banyak yg lewat,,tapi ya cuma di jalan besarnya saja.
dari gilimanuk ke singaraja juga ada angkot sekelas elf tapi jarang yg lewat, kalo disini maklum saja karena penduduknya juga gak padat dan rata2 punya sepeda motor.
emng susah kemana2 kalau ga punya motor :bash: ngandalin ojek sama busway jg masih kurang.... lama lagi nunggu busnya muncul apa lagi Denpasar.... klo taxi seperti jakarta naik bali taxi aja
 

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Streetscape Denpasar-Bali memang beda dg kota2 lainnya di Indonesia, punya semacam apa yaa.. ada taste tersendirilah :eek:kay: beda pokoknya. Bala nyumbang dikit foto yaa..




 

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sebenernya udah ada kah transportasi yg hubungin tempat2 wisata di bali?? misal dari ubud ke jimbaran, kuta ke benoa, sanur ke nusa dua
please bali jgn kaya jakarta ke 2:eek:hno:
 

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hmmm ada sih busnya tp kebanyakan bus wisata :D, trus angkot bs di lihat rute2nya, harapan terbesar Bali adalah Trans Sarbagita, tp operasinya masih blom full ok... pengguna per harinya masih kecil 800000 per tahun, di perkirakan tahun ini kira2 naik lagi, apalagi kalau akses lokasi ditambah

kalau masalah mirip Jakarta, sudah hampir macet ga ketolongan :bash: dan tata kota jg agak mulai hancur.... terutama hotel uncul dmn2 skrng ga karuan, cbdnya Bali skrng adalah Kuta Simpang Siur.... dan Denpasar tidak begitu menerima cinta dari pemkot dan gubernur
 

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Hmm, ada ruas-ruas jalan yang baik dan asri, pedestrian mayanlah secara banyak turis asing...

FTV SCTV udah sering shooting di Bali siy jadi pernah liat gambarnya... :lol:
 
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