How to Travel Around Bali, Indonesia

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Transportation in Bali comes in plenty of flavors, some more tourist-friendly than the others. If you’re not relying on your hotel to get you around—not that there’s anything wrong with that—you can get around town on foot, on rented bike or motorbike, or via Bemo.

If you’re seeking to go between towns, you can catch a ride on a public Bemo (bus), a private Bemo, a taxi, a car/driver rental package, or rent a car to drive.

Due to its large and spottily-regulated tourist industry, Bali hosts an endless number of short- and long-distance transport entrepreneurs, each jostling to get your business. Some of them are honest brokers; some are not. Follow our tips to ensure you don’t get ripped off by unscrupulous Balinese transportation providers.

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Taxis

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Car Games, Car Travel Games, and Free Printable Road Trip Games for Kids

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Free
Printable Car Games


A
selection of goodies you can print and take with you including road trip
bingo, car bingo, lines and dots, scavenger hunt lists, Battleships, rules
for card games, tic tac toe, coloring pages, a travel map, licence plate
lists, and more printable travel games. All created by Momsminivan
Cootie Catcher fortune teller instructionsHow
to Make a Cootie Catcher!


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instructions and a video, instructions for how to play, and some printable
cootie catcher templates. Your cootie cather fortune teller says that today
is your lucky day! Show them how to make a cootie catcher just  once,
and you’ll have an activity that will keep your kids busy in the car for
hours.
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Journal for Kids
: Making Memories


Help your kids make their
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children busy in the car on a long trip, but it will preserve
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Travel advice

In response to the outbreak of Covid-19, the FCO advises British nationals against all but essential international travel. Any country or area may restrict travel without notice. If you live in the UK and are currently travelling abroad, you are strongly advised to return now, where and while there are still commercial routes available. Many airlines are suspending flights and many airports are closing, preventing flights from leaving. Find out more here.

Check out the latest FCO advice for British travellers below.

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