Shuttle buses are a safe and convenient way to visit the major sights of the city. Perama offer such tours and travel services for visitors with stops at Sanur, Lovina, Ubud, Mataram Senggigi, Candi Dasa and Padang Bai. Perama also runs a fast boat that goes to the Gili Islands. There are daily buses that link the tourist stops, with stops along the way. These buses can also be caught from Kuta, Ubud or Sanur to Bedegul, Nusa Lembongan and Kintamani.
Taxis are mostly available in the Kuta and Seminyak region. The most popular taxi company is the Bali Taxi. These are blue cars that are easy to spot. People also use a Bemo which is a van or a minibus.
There are numerous companies that rent out cars, bicycles and motorbikes. Renting a car here is simple if one has an international or Indonesian license. But driving along the winding roads of Bali might not be very easy. Experienced bike riders can rent out bikes at a negotiable price.
There is no metro or rail system in Bali.
There is no train station in Bali.
The island of Bali is too vast to cover by foot but most of the sights can be enjoyed by walking around. There are also day hikes in and around West Bali National Park, Danau Bratan, Danau Batur and around parts of Ubud.
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