Singaraja Bus Tickets
Singaraja is a small city that displays the vestiges of the colonial era. There are three bus terminals in this small city. You can use the local bemo to travel between the terminals. Located towards the west side of the city stands the Banyuasri Terminal that hosts long-distance buses. This includes places like Surabaya, Java, Yogyakarta, Jakarta etc. Short-distance bus to Singaraja from places such as Gilimanuk also operates from this terminal. Penarukan Terminal is located towards the east side of the city. This serves buses to places like East Bali, Denpasar etc. Sukasda Terminal situated in the south side of Singaraja caters to services from Denpasar’s Ubung Terminal. People who travel on a budget usually take this route.
Singaraja: A City with Colonial Charm
The largest city in the north region of Bali, Singaraja was the administrative capital of the Lesser Sunda Islands and Bali during the colonial days. The city still bears the vestiges of its colonial past deeply rooted in its character, which differentiates it with other Indonesian cities. This multi-ethnic city with Arab and Chinese influence has wider streets than other places in Bali. The layout of some old houses and their gardens has a clear colonial character that connects them to the city’s bygone days. The Chinese temple in Singaraja is the largest in Bali. Home to two universities, Singaraja is also a major education centre in Indonesia. You can travel by bus to Singaraja from most of the important Indonesian cities.
Places to Visit Near Singaraja
- Gedong Kirtya: A must-visit for those who would love to see how old-world papers look like and how they were made. It has a collection of old scripts written on Lontar leaf papers, which were made from Rontal palm. Some of the exciting exhibits of this library-museum include 10th-century inscriptions on bronze plates.
- Air Sanih Village: Located at 15 km from Singaraja, Air Sanih is a quaint coastal village. It is known for the cold spring and the associated bathing area. It is believed that the water in this spring originates from the holy Lake of Batur. Being popular among the local people, especially among kids, this place is often crowded.
- Gitgit Waterfalls: If you want to enjoy the magnificence of nature, take a bus from Singaraja, and visit Gitgit waterfalls. It is in the Gitgit village, just 10 kilometres south of the city. Enjoy a cooling bath in the waterfall. If you are staying in the city, you may take a bus to Singaraja to head back to your base.
- Meduwe Karang Temple: This lovely temple is located towards the east side of the city, at 10 kilometres. Located in the Kubutambahan village this temple is home to the original sculpture of the Dutch cyclist, the replica of which you see all over Bali. While visiting Singaraja, make sure you set some time aside for a short trip to this beautiful temple.
Dropping Points in Singaraja
Singaraja is a small town, and hence there are not many dropping points in the city. If you are travelling by bus to Singaraja, you have the following dropping points in the city. However, you may want to confirm this with your service provider.
- Hotel Garuda
- Terminal Banyuasri
Boarding Points in Singaraja
Different service providers have different preferred boarding points. So, you may want to be clear about which is the nearest boarding point to travel by bus from Singaraja. The boarding points are given below, but we suggest that you confirm this with the service providers.
- Hotel Garuda
- Terminal Banyuasri
Top Bus Routes from Singaraja
Well connected to the other regions of the country, you can depend on the bus from Singaraja to travel to the important cities. The tops routes are as follows:
- Singaraja to Malang
- Singaraja to Surabaya
Top Bus Routes to Singaraja
If you are looking for a bus to Singaraja, you will find plenty of services plying different routes. The top bus routes from Singaraja are:
- Denpasar (Bali) to Singaraja
- Malang to Singaraja
- Sidoarjo to Singaraja
- Surabaya to Singaraja
Visit Singaraja by booking a bus ticket online on the redBus app or website to take a look into Indonesia’s colonial past. It welcomes you with beautiful nature and cool springs. Check out the booking page to learn more about the offers on buses to Singaraja. Make sure you use the promo code (if applicable) to avail the best rates.