This article answer your question about Sanur transport, including how to get in and get around Sanur area on Bali island.
Sanur transport : How to get in
Get in Sanur by car or taxi
It takes 20 minute from the Ngurah Rai International Airport by taxi and it cost Rp 150,000 for a prepaid taxi. If you are travelling during the peak hours it is better to take the toll road which will cost you Rp 11,000 extra, it is faster than the normal road.
If you are travelling from other area in Bali, the metered taxis are also available all over Bali.
It is very straightforward to drive a car to Sanur, since the main Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai is the western boundary of Sanur. And, the road signs are also very informative along the main road that directs you to the heart of Sanur. Therefore, it is also handy if you are driving by yourself.
It takes 2o minutes from Kuta or Legian, 30 minutes from Seminyak, 15 minutes from Ubud and 10 to 15 minutes from Denpasar to Sanur.
Get in Sanur by bus
Shuttle buses and bemos provide the services to Sanur from the north and south and also from Denpasar’s Tegal terminal.
The bus company Perama has its Sanur office in Jalan Hangtuah, and offers direct transfer here from Candidasa, Kuta, Lovina, Padang Bai and Ubud. Private shuttle buses run from most major tourist centres of Bali to Sanur; check local advertising and always book 24 hours in advance.
The government owned bus with air conditioned called Trans Sarbagita serve to Sanur area. As shown in this routes:
Batu Bulan (Gianyar) – Tohpati (Denpasar) – Sanur (Denpasar) – Kuta Central Park (Badung) – Jimbaran (Badung) – Nusa Dua (Badung). Sometime the bus heading to and from Nusa Dua will stop at the airport.
Please note that there is no sign of Trans Sarbagita bus stop at the airport. The bus stops is located at the roundabout at the left side from the airport exit. And it costs Rp 3.500 for adults, and 2.500 for students.
Get in Sanur by boat
Boats from Nusa Lembongan arrive at the beach at the end of Jalan Hangtuah, and detailed schedules are given in the Nusa Lembongan article.
Sanur transport : How to get around
Jalan Danau Tamblingan, the main street in Sanur, has a number of outlets for car, motorbike and bicycle rental. A large number of metered taxis patrol the streets looking for passengers.
Local bemos run with some regularity up and down both Jalan Danau Tamblingan and Jalan Danau Poso.
It is also pleasant to take a walk around Sanur area., as the distances are not that large, and the streets are relatively quiet. The best part is that, Sanur has oceanfront paved path through the whole length of the district.