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Jimbaran

A quaint coastal resort village with some of Bali's best surf spots.
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About Jimbaran

Situated in the South of Ngurah Rai International Airport and Kuta, Jimbaran is a fishing village and tourist resort destination in Bali, Indonesia. Characterised by its alluring white-sand beaches, leafy tropical forests, and azure waters, Jimbaran is populated with an array of 5-star resorts and mid-range hotels, making it a perfect escape from the ever-buzzing world.

Jimbaran is the fishing village and resort town in the south of Bali. Backed by tropical forest, Jimbaran is home to a calm ocean and a long beach front. Relaxed in its pace, it is closest to the airport. Check out many of its fun and quirky markets.

IDEAL DURATION: 2 nights

BEST TIME TO GO: Apr-Jun (Sunny, Moderate)

BEST AVOIDED: Jan-Mar (Rainy, off Season)

IMPORTANT EVENTS: October - Writers and Readers festival, June-July - Bali Arts Festival, March - Ogoh-ogoh parade

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Getting In Jimbaran

Jimbaran does not have an international airport on its own and the nearest airport to Jimbaran is at Kuta. From Kuta, it is just a short drive to Jimbaran. You can also drive to Jimbaran from the cities of Denpasar, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Ubud, Legian, Gili island, and Manggis.

DEPARTUREDURATIONLOWEST ROUND TRIP DEALS
 Denpasar2h, DirectRs 242
 Seminyak2h, DirectRs 240
 Nusa Dua2h, DirectRs 242
 Ubud3h, DirectRs 242
 Kuta1h, DirectRs 240
 Legian2h, DirectRs 702
 Gili island5h, DirectRs 6213
 Manggis5h, DirectRs 1117

Getting Out from Jimbaran

From Jimbaran, few of the closest exit point destinations include Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

POPULAR DESTINATIONSIDEAL STAYMODE OF TRANSPORT
Bangkok3 nights 4 hrs
Pattaya3 nights 4 hrs
Kuala lumpur4 nights 3 hrs
Penang2 nights 5 hrs
Singapore4 nights 3 hrs

How to Move Around Jimbaran

Public Transport

Getting around the small fishing town of Jimbaran is really hectic as there aren't enough bemos in the town, also adding to the scarcity of the local bus transportation within Jimbaran. Bemos operating inside Jimbaran are usually crowded with people and run on haywire schedules.

Taxi & Airport transfer

The closest airport to Jimbaran is Ngurah Rai International Airport. Set at a distance of 10 Kms south from the airport, Jimbaran is a mere 10-15 mins ride and the pre-paid taxis cost around Rp 60,000 to Rp 80,000 depending on the drop point.

Transport & city passes

Since Jimbaran is a small area in Bali, the transportation services are not well connected. So Jimbaran does not have city passes to offer.One can hire private taxis or scooters to cover this area

Driving & Car rental

The best way to get around Jimbaran is by renting a car or a motorbike. Hiring a modern day car will cost you around Rp 200,000 to Rp 250,000. But if you are still looking for a cheaper car, then rent an old Suzuki Jimni for roughly around Rp 90,000 to Rp 110,000 for a day. Additionally, if you find riding around the traffic in Jimbaran on a car is hectic then it is ideal that you get a motorbike.

Jimbaran Survival Guide

Good to Know

Balinese people are very traditional and their culture is rooted deep in the history. They are known for their dramatic Balinese dances and their rich culture which is world popular is unique and interesting. Greetings in Bali generally involve saying Good Morning (Selamat Pagi) or Good Evening (Selamat Siang) in Indonesian along with a smile or a handshake. The locals in Bali dress conservatively and they refrain from showing affection in public. Balinese are more open and put their views straight-forward. Raising your voice in the public is considered rude.

Essentials

Like most of the European countries, Australia, and New Zealand, the standard voltage and frequency in Bali are 240 Volts and 50 Hertz. The power sockets in Bali are of type C and type F. Your appliances carrying plug D or M will not fit either socket C or F and you will need a power plug adapter to use during your trip in Bali. Since the operating voltage is just the same as in India, your appliances will work smoothly without any disturbance.

Expenses

Average cost of living for a couple in Jimbaran is INR 3800 per day.

Food & drink

Meal for twoRs. 127.97
Fine DiningRs. 1357.07
WaterRs. 32.51
Coffee/TeaRs. 109.05
BeerRs. 127.97
Alcohol, ImportedRs. 218.1

Essentials

Meal for twoRs. 127.97
Fine DiningRs. 1357.07
WaterRs. 32.51
Coffee/TeaRs. 109.05
BeerRs. 127.97
Alcohol, ImportedRs. 218.1

Emergency contacts

Indian Embassy

Jalan Raya Puputan 163, Renon, Denpasar, Bali
Contact No.: (62) 361 259 500
Email address: info@cgibali.in

Lost children

U.S.Consular Agency,Jl. Hayam Wuruk 310, Denpasar
Contact No.: (62) 361-233-605
Email address: CABali@state.gov

Police

Jl. Kartika Plaza No.170, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung
Contact No.: (62) 361 751598
Email address: info@cgibali.in

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Sumeet
Sunil
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Dwaraka
Sumeet
Sunil
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