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Bali Islands have become one of the main holiday destinations in southern Thailand for good reasons
Padang Bay is a really busy pier locating near Candidasa, sometimes it feels like all boats come and go at the same time. The boarding process in Padang Bay is pretty much hassle free, the staff will take a good care of you and your possessions.
Sanur Jetty is the departure/arrival point for many trips between Sanur, Lembongan, Lombok, and the Gili Islands. It can get a little crowded. But you'll find the boarding process is pretty straightforward. And the staff are really helpful.
Serangan Harbour is ideally located. It is about 20 minutes away from the most southern Bali tourist areas, like: Kuta, Legian, Seminayek, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua. There are really good facilities at the pier. Whether you leave or arrive, the most helpful staff will be there for you to give you a hand if you require one.
Getting to Bali
If you come to Bali from outside Indonesia, several airlines offer non-stop flights from and to Denpasar (Bali's capital city). If you happen to be in a slender island of Java, it is easy to travel to Bali using ferries. The ships depart daily and in frequent times of the day. You just have to travel to East Java and go to Ketapang Port and take PELNI ferries to Gilimanuk port in Bali. Please note that this is the only port that connects the 2 islands. It takes about 30 to 45 minutes to cross the water but during public holidays, the queues can be tiring.
Getting around Bali
Bali is a fairly large island and you will need to find your own perfect method of getting around it. Sidewalks in most parts of Bali are simply the covered tops of storm-water drains and in many places only 60cm (2 ft) wide, so you have to be very careful. Often sidewalks are blocked by a motorbike or a caved-in section, necessitating dangerous darting into traffic. Many of the island's conventional streets are simply not pedestrian-friendly. But beach areas and major tourist areas are easier to walk around. Lots of tourists and locals travel on foot and even the traffic is generally very accommodating to pedestrians if it is given time to react.
Bali Ferry (Liva Group HK Limited)
Padang Bai Pier, Padang Bai, Bali, 80871, Indonesia
Jl.Silayukti, Central Parkir Silayukti, Padang Bai, Padangbai, Karangasem, Karangasem Regency, Bali , 80801, Indonesia