Kamis, 19 Agustus 2010

Bali has no railway network but a very good road network is available, especially to the tourist destination areas. Most residents have private vehicles and choose to use it because public transportation is not available with either, except for taxis.
Types of public transport in Bali, among others
• Dokar (buggy), a vehicle by using the horse as an attractor
• Ojek , motorcycle taxi
• bemo, serving in and intercity
• Taxi
• Bus, serving the intercity relations, rural, and between provinces.

Bali connected with Java by ferry service linking the port with the Port Gilimanuk Ketapang in Banyuwangi, a long journey took about 30 to 45 minutes. Crossing to Lombok Island through Padang Bay to the Port of Port of Sheet, which takes about four hours.

Air transport is served by the Ngurah Rai International Airport, with destinations to major cities in Indonesia, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Japan. Runway and aircraft coming and going can be seen clearly from the beach.

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