|Tour Date||every Tuesday & Thursday|
|Minimum number of people required||2 pax
|Tour Guide||An English-speaking guide will accompany the tour|
|Type of Bus||15-seater (AC / WiFi / power points)
29-seater bus for groups is also available
|Adult Price||Rp 600,000|
Children 2 years and under, using the same seat as an adult : FREE
|Cancellation policy||For bookings cancelled before 1pm the day before departure, no cancellation fee will apply. Bookings cancelled after 1pm the day before departure will incur a 100% cancellation fee.|
|To Book||Phone : (0361) 370 0244
Web : www.kura2bus.com
or directly at DFS Customer Service (9:30 - 21:30)
|Insurance||All passengers are insured during their travels on Kura-Kura Bus in accordance with conditions of MSIG travel accident insurance. Limit of Liability per person is as follows:
Death/Disablement by accident : US$ 100,000-
Medical expenses by accident : US$ 10,000-
|Lunch||Local lunch is included at Bendega Restaurant.
* Please notify us of any allergies/special dietary requirements at the time of booking.
|Luggage||Only one item of hand luggage is allowed per person.|
Guests may travel free of charge on Kura-Kura Bus to DFS Bus Bay to commence the tour (excl. Seminyak Line & Ubud Line). Free travel only applies to buses arriving at DFS Bus Bay before 10:00. For all departures from DFS Bus Bay after the tour, normal fares apply.
|9:55||KUTA LINE guests arrive at DFS Bus Bay (free of charge)|
|9:57||LEGIAN LINE guests arrive at DFS Bus Bay (free of charge)|
|9:32||JIMBARAN LINE guests arrive at DFS Bus Bay (free of charge)|
|9:40||SOUTH NUSA DUA LINE guests arrive at DFS Bus Bay (free of charge)|
|9:45||NUSA DUA LINE guests arrive at DFS Bua Bay (free of charge)|
|10:00||Check-in and Payment at Ticket Counter
Depart DFS Bus Bay
|10:30||Pick up SANUR LINE guests at Gallery Coffee|
|10:45||Bajra Sandhi Monument (60 min) - Sightseeing|
|12:00||Lunch & Balinese Dance Performance at Bendega Restaurant|
|13:30||Museum Bali (40 min) & Pura Jagatnatha (10 min) - Sightseeing
Balinese Dance Lesson (60 min)
|15:30||Puri Jro Kuta (15 min) - Sightseeing
Traditional Weaving (15 min) - Tour
|16:00||Pasar Badung & Kumbasari Market (60 min) - Sightseeing & Shopping|
|17:00||Drop off SANUR LINE guests at McDonalds Sanur|
|17:20||Arrive at DFS Bus Bay|
Denpasar is the capital city of the island of Bali, and home to almost 800,000 people. The market town was formerly the capital of the Kingdom of Badung and the seat of local royalty.
During the Dutch invasion in 1906, the Balinese king and his court famously commited suicide in front of Dutch troops rather than surrender to them. This heroic resistance is today commemorated by a large bronze monument at Puputan Square, where the royal palace once used to stand.
In 1958, Denpasar became the offical capital of the province of Bali, and its now the center of commerce, education, industry and tourism.
Denpasar offers a host of attractions, including traditional markets, museums, temples and shopping malls, not to mention some fantastic restaurants and cafes.
This giant monument depicts the history of Bali and honors the Hero of the Puputan War. A walk up to the balcony offers good views of Denpasar, and the park is also popular for jogging, cycling and other outdoor activities.
Located in front of the Bali Governor's Office in Renon in Denpasar, the monument is also known as the Monument to the Struggle of the People of Bali.
Inside the structure are dioramas tracing the history of Bali, starting with the beginning of the Balinese kingdom and the introduction of Hinduism, all the way to present day.
Also known as "Museum Negeri Propinsi Bali", this museum is built in traditional Balinese royal style and features over 10,000 exhibits, displayed in four different pavilions.
Tabanan displays theatrical masks and musical instruments, Karangasem sculptures and paintings, Buleleng textiles, and Timur houses archeological finds.
The museum is located next to the Hindu temple Pura Jagatnatha and is also within walking distance from Puputan Square.
During the Denpasar City Tour, you have the opportunity to learn traditional Balinese dance. The lesson is held at Bali Museum, one of the attractions visited during the tour, and both men and women are invited to join.
Pasar Badung located on Denpasar's Jl. Gajah Mada is open 24 hours, seven days a week. This is where the locals go to buy fresh produce, and the best time to visit is first thing in the morning.
Everything from fruit and vegetables to meat, fish and spices are sold here, not forgetting the all important daily offerings (canang) that you see everywhere in Bali.
A trip to Pasar Badung can easily be combined with a visit to Kumbasari Market just across the river, where you can buy souvenirs, carvings, paintings and more.
|Address:||Ground Floor, DFS Galleria, Jl. ByPass Ngurah Rai, Kuta, Badung, Bali, Indonesia 80362|
|Tel:||+62 361 370 0244|
|Languages available:||English, Indonesian and Japanese|