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Kintamani is a land surrounded by beautiful captivating lively green nature lying in the lap of Indonesia. It is situated at the western edge of Bali. It has gained its fame throughout the world for its most adventurous dramatic view of volcano Mount Batur and charming serene beauty of the Batur Lake.

There are six ancient villages around the cauldron of Batur Lake. These villages are famous as Bali aga village, for their culture, houses and lifestyle of the villagers. Most of the villagers are employees of industrial tourism companies. If one shows respect to the villagers they become very friendly.

Kintamani encompasses a massive land of Mount Batur Caldera, Penelokan, Toya Bungkah, Batur, Kedisan, Abung, Songan and Kintamani villages that sits like a ring around the huge Batur Caldera. As it is, more or less, 1500 m above the sea level, the temperature remains around 15° and even losses down more at night. This cloudy n drizzly pleasurable weather helps to rejuvenate one and gives a romantic impact. Alike the lake and volcano, another tourist attraction of Kintamani is Pura Ulun Danu Batur, a nine directional temple.

Wondering about your stay in Kintamani? There are a lot of hotels in Kintamani that will offer you cosy and comfortable stays such as Kedisan Resort and Resto Apung, Lake View Ecolodge, Hotel Segara, Toya Devasya Natural Hot Spring and Resort, and many others. If you are a complete foodie, you can dine at any of the
restaurants in Bali out there like Pulu Mujung Warung, The Amora Bali, Etc. If you love partying at night, there is great nightlife in Bali.

Unfortunately, there is no known nightclub in Kintamani Village. The nightclubs and bars that are really famous in Bali are Kunti Shraya, Kecak Fire and Trance Dance, Rock Bar at Ayana Resort and Spa, etc.
For shopaholics, avoid the yelling vendors trying to sell you all rubbish. Buy fresh fruits instead. A special local orange called Jeruk Kintamani is a must have there. The fruit with citrus flavours is delicious.

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  1. Which are the best places to visit in Kintamani?

    1. Mount Batur: Situated in the northwest of Mount Agung, Mount Batur is a very prominent place to trek and watch the sunrise and sunset included in the package of Kintamani Tourism. It is one of the few active volcanoes in Bali.

    The mountain is surrounded by beautiful craters formed due to volcanic eruptions. People love the experience of watching the scenic beauty of Batur from the top of this mountain. It is covered with clouds on all sides, which is why tourists consider it the best place for taking amazing pictures. Therefore, it resembles a sea of orange clouds during sunset time.

    Location: Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

    2. Trunyan Village: You will be amazed to witness the traditional essence of the Trunyan village. Nestled at the edge of Mount Abang near the eastern shore of Lake Batur, it is the best place for people who are interested in history.

    The people of this village have been following the rites and rituals of their culture for many centuries. Moreover, on your trip to this village, do remember to try the amazing local food and soul-filling experience of their folk culture. The fundamental attraction of the Trunyan Village is the gravesite that contains several bones of the deceased.

    Location: Bangli Regency, Central Bali, Indonesia.

    3. Ulun Danu Batur Temple: The Balinese temple, Ulun Danu Batur Temple is worth visiting during your trip with Kintamani Tourism. It is considered to have the most wonderful temple complex built on a lake after temple Beakih. It is the best example of architecture in Bali.

    The people worship Devi Batari Ulun Danu, the goddess of water and lake, and Lord Vishnu in this temple. It has over 300 shrines present on its premises that are the foundation of Bali's culture and society. The different shrines honor different deities governing the distinct aspects of life, like masonry, arts, agriculture, carpentry, and many more.

    Location: Jl. Raya Kintamani, Batur Sel., Kec. Kintamani, Kabupaten Bangli, Bali 80652, Indonesia.

    4. Penulisan Temple: Located at Sukawana Village, Penulisan Temple is the oldest temple in Bali. People also called the temple by its two other names, i.e., Pura Tegeh and Pura Pamojan. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and contains numerous relics of the Megalithic period.

    The high historical value and uniqueness make the Penulisan temple one of the best places to visit in Kintamani. The Penulisan Temple is an exceptional temple among the old sanctuaries in Bali. The temple has 11 terraces, the first five of which are the complex of the temple.

    Location: Jl. Raya Kintamani, Sukawana, Kec. Kintamani, Kabupaten Bangli, Bali 80652, Indonesia.

    5. Kehen Temple: Kehen Temple is situated at the prominence in the South part of Bangli Regency. It is one of the most popular places in Bali and is visited by several tourists from all around the world. The top of the temple provides you with a mesmerizing view of the region.

    It comprises 38 stairs that are decorated with the guardian statues of wayakin-figures from the Ramayana Story on both sides. There are three levels of ceremonies conducted at the Kehen Temple. These ceremonies fill the hearts of the locals with immense happiness and celebration.

    Location: Jl. Sriwijaya No.8, Cempaga, Kec. Bangli, Kabupaten Bangli, Bali 80613, Indonesia.

    6. Kintamani Organic Farm: Tourists love to visit Bali because of the scenic beauty it provides, even in the secular region. Kintamani Organic Farm showcases the beauty of the island, Bali. The products in these farms are highly nutritious since it is manure in the volcanic soil.

    There are several shops on the roadside of Kintamani that sell a vast range of cool atmospheric vegetables. So, you should definitely try the healthy, nutritious, pure, and fresh oranges and espresso beans from Bali's Kintamani Organic Farm. Thus, Kintamani Organic Farm remains the best place for kids to enjoy the natural fruits and vegetables in Bali.

    Location: Belacan, Kintamani, Bangli Regency, Bali 80652, Indonesia.

    7. Toya Bungkah Hot Spring: Toya Bungkah Hot Spring is the place where several tourists visit every year. The hot spring contains high-sulphuric content, is geothermal, and has remedial properties that can restore power and cure several diseases. Furthermore, the scenic beauty around this hot spring makes the tourist want to visit the place again and again.

    You can detox your body and soothe your mind by breathing in the fresh air in Toya Bungkah Hot Spring. The natural surroundings of the Toya Bungkah Hot Spring make the place more relaxing and rejuvenating. You should definitely visit this place once in a lifetime for refreshment.

    Location: Central Batur, Kintamani, Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

    8. Luwak Civet Coffee Farm: Koi Luwak, the most expensive coffee in the world, is grown in the Luwak Civet Coffee Farm. It is made from the coffee bean ingested feces of the island cat. If you are a coffee lover, you should visit this place as it will provide you insight into this coffee and what makes it expensive.

    The tour to this coffee farm will give you the unforgettable experience of seeing the production of the world's most expensive coffee and let you witness its flavorful taste and aroma that will follow you even after leaving this place.

    Location: Sekardadi, Kintamani Bali,Indonesia.

  2. What are the best things to do in Kintamani?

    1. Trek to Mount Batur: Trekking at Mount Batur is one of the best things one can experience in their trip with Kintamani Tourism. Though it costs waking up early to see the beautiful sunrise from the top of the mountain, it is totally worth it. You need not worry if you are unable to make up for the morning trekking of Mount Batur.

    You can fulfill your wish in the evening at the time of sunset. The trekking starts in complete darkness and takes almost 2 hours to reach the top end of the mountain that is 2296 feet up. Overall, the entire trek is of five hours that comprises sunrise and the amazing scenic view of the Batur region. 

    Location: Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

    2. Cycling in Kintamani Highlands: Cycling in Kintamani Highlands allows tourists to experience the beautiful and Balinese rural villages closely. Cycling through a rough landscape beside volcanic rims, crossing the mesmerizing ancient temple and plantations, and addressing local farmers and kids will provide you with the best experience in your trip to Kintamani.

    The best places for cycling in Kintamani Highlands contain Mount Batur, Ubud, rice terraces, beaches, and villages. It offers the unforgettable journey of exploring Bali on two wheels. You can also explore the trails of the Bali Bike Park on your cycle and cherish these moments for a lifetime.

    Location: East Bali, Indonesia.

    3. Soaking in the hot spring at Toya Devasya: Toya Devasya hot spring includes eight natural hot spring pools and one warm Olympic-sized pool that has healing and curating powers. The pool is heated deep within the earth, and the minerals make you feel relaxed and soothe your sorting muscles after a tiring day from hiking or cycling.

    Breathe in the fresh mountain air relaxing in the hot water and soothe your body inside and out. This hot spring’s clear carbonated water has miraculous properties for curation. You can disperse your tension by visiting Toya Devasya and make your trip solely relaxing. 

    Location:Central Batur, Kintamani, Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

    4. Trek to the land of the dead – the Trunyan Village: The trek to Bukit Trunyan hike begins from the land of the dead, the Trunyan village. The trekking is done between Mount Batur and Agung. The total time of this adventurous activity takes up to five hours.

    Throughout the trekking, you will be mesmerized by the view of the orange sky for sunrise and sunset. During the hike, you will explore the history of the Trunyan village and the intriguing secrets about the ancient rituals that take place there. The Trunyan Village trek is the most beautiful adventure included in Kintamani tourism.

    Location: Bangli Regency, Central Bali, Indonesia.

    5. Experience the Kopi Luwak: If you are planning a trip to Kintamani, then you should try Kopi Luwak to your list. It is considered to be the most expensive coffee in the world. Now, you are wondering what makes it so expensive?

    Well! The coffee is made from the ingested feces of the Asain palm civet, a cat-like creature that roams around the forest at night, eating ripe coffee cherries and expelling these expensive coffee beans. On the trip to Luwak Civet Coffee Farm, you will experience the production of Luwak coffee beans. The coffee has a strong aroma and taste which is unforgettable even after the Bali trip is over.

    6. Seeing the sunrise at Mount Batur: Mount Batur is one of the active volcanoes in Bali that is famous for trekking and seeing the sunrise from the top of it. The trekking starts early in the morning and takes up to five hours to reach the top of the hill and encounter the beautiful scenic view of the rising sun from Mount Rinjani in Lombok.

    The light of the sun is spread all over the mountains, villages, and lakes. The clouds cover the mountains from all the sides and the sun sheds its light on the cloud makes it look orange which looks very beautiful and makes you feel calm during the trek to Mount Batur. 

    Location: Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

    7. Mountain Biking at Batur: Mountain biking at Batur is one of the most famous things to do in Kintamani. Here you will ride a bike overlooking the spectacular view of the volcano. The trip will start from Mount Batur down to Ubud. The entire bike riding is beautiful as you will encounter black sand and lava in the light of rosy-fingered dawn.

    Then, the trip moves to the villages of Ubud where tourists learn about the Balinese culture, rural traditions, and the way of living of the people there. During mountain biking, you can even stop by to take pictures and talk to the local farmers in the village of Ubud.

    Location: Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

    8. Helicopter tour of the Mount Batur volcano: The Helicoptertour of Kintamani Highlands offers breathtaking views of the Mount Batur volcano. During the tour, you will get to see the gushing waterfalls, the huge landscapes, and massive mountain peaks. You will be asked to choose between the length of the trip, which is 30 minutes and 60 minutes, respectively.

    During this trip, you will be able to experience the beautiful view of Mount Batur from the sky followed by Caldera Lake. Then, you will head towards the Tanah Lot Temple which is the last spot of your helicopter ride. The tour comes to an end at the cutting edge of the thick and dense forest of Kintamani. 

    Location: Bangli Regency, Bali, Indonesia.




  3. What are the public transportations to reach Kintamani?

    The only convenient mode of public transportation to reach Kintamani is the shuttle bus. The bus ride will take about US$ 24.00 and you should be reaching your destination in a couple of hours. Regular buses ply at the airport bus stand and there shouldn’t be a problem finding a seat.
  4. What is the best time to take holidays in Kintamani?

    The best time to be at Kintamani is between the months of May and July. This is the coolest time of the year and is perfect for the different kind of activities. While Kintamani can be visited anytime, you should probably avoid the rainy season.
  5. Can I rent a motorbike or a bicycle in Kintamani?

    Renting your own vehicle is the most preferable and popular option to reach Kintamani from the airport. A good car rental will cost you about US$45 per day. Renting a motorcycle should cost around US$20 per day, depending on the vehicle you choose. Renting your own vehicle also gives you much more flexibility during your travel, allowing you to make stops wherever you like.
  6. Is it safe to travel to Kintamani?

    Kintamani is one of the most popular destinations among tourists in Bali, looking for some outdoor experience. The highlight of the place is Mount Batur, the only active volcano in the country. It is, however, necessary that you are well-prepared for the hike/trek. Don’t forget to wear proper shoes and clothing for the same. The trek trails are well laid out and there is no such risk for the traveler, except if you are going in the rainy season. Also, make sure that you carry your own water bottle and food.
  7. What are the different activities one can do in Kintamani?

    Kintamani is a perfect destination for outdoor and nature lovers. The top things to do in Kintamani include:
    • Trek to Mount Batur
    • Cycling in Kintamani Highlands
    • Soaking in the hot spring at Toyo Devasya
    • Trek to the land of the dead – the Trunyan Village
    • Experience the Kopi Luwak
    • Seeing the sunrise at Mount Batur
    • Mountain Biking at Batur
    • Helicopter tour of the Mount Batur volcano
    • Being a part of the Barong Dance
  8. How is the general climate in Kintamani?

    The general climate at Kintamani is moderate throughout the year with the temperature averaging 26 degree Celsius. It can be fairly humid if you are in the city and the sun can be scorching if you are in the Kintamani highlands. July is the best time of the year as it is the coolest and perfect for the Kintamani outdoor experience.
  9. What are the various budget hotels and homestays in Kintamani?

    The various budget hotels and homestays in Kintamani are:
    • Budget Batur Mountain View Room
    • Madu Sari Hotel and Restaurant
    • Rumah Shanty Batur Lake View
    • Amerta Sari
    • Puri Sebatu Resort
    • Bali Sunrise, The Mangga Room
    • Spa Village Resort Tembok Bali
    • The Cave Double Superior
    • Alam Ada Ocean Front Resort and Spa
    • Lave Stone Hotel
    • Bali Eco Village
    • Bali Puri Bening Lake Front Hotel
    • Batur Caldera
    • Batur Mountain View Hotel and Restaurant
    • Mapa Lake View Bungalow
    • Tiing Bali Guest House and Adventure
    • Darma Putra Hotel
  10. What are the various luxurious resorts available in Kintamani?

    The various luxurious resorts available in Kintamani are:
    • Villa Wastra Bed and Breakfast, Jl. Raya Payangan - Kintamani Km. 41, Panjar Penyabangan, Desa Kerta, Kerta, Payangan, Kabupaten Gianyar
    • Toya Devasya, Jalan Puri Bening (STA), Toya Bungkah, Batur Tengah, Kintamani, Batur Tengah, Kintamani, Kabupaten Bangli
    • Puri Sebatu Resort, Banjar Apuh, Desa Sebatu, Tegallalang
    • Batur Mountain View, Jl. Culali, Desa Batur Selatan, Kintamani, Batur Sel., Kintamani
    • Lakeview Eco Lodge, Jalan Raya Penelokan, Kintamani, Kedisan, Kec. Bangli, Kabupaten Bangli
    • Alam Anda Ocean Front Resort & Spa, Jl. Singaraja - Amlapura, Desa Sambirenteng, Sambirenteng, Tejakula
    • The Villas Tejakula, Jalan Setra, Tejakula, Penuktukan, Buleleng, Kabupaten Buleleng
  11. Are there private villas available in Kintamani? Which ones are good?

    Yes, there are many private villas available in Kintamani. Some of them are:
    • Amerta Sari
    • Ball Puri Bening Lake Frnt Hotel
    • Kintamani Waroeng Me Su
    • Bali Sunrise Villa
    • Teluk Indah Beach and Pool Villa
    • Honeymoon Escape
    • The Ayu Kintamani Villa, Toya Bungkah
  12. What kind of clothing is suitable for Kintamani?

    Take a lot of cotton clothing. Beachwear is must as you would be spending most activities on the beach. Take a lot of shorts, skirts, short trousers, cotton tees and shirts. However, do also carry a couple of fuller dresses as you would want to be covered up when walking the street or around religious places. Hats and sunglasses are a must.

    Flat sleepers are the perfect way to explore the beach. However, you need to carry joggers if you are looking to do some trekking or cycling.
  13. How we can reach Lake Batur?

    Adjacent to the active volcano at Mount Batur is the crescent shaped Lake Batur and is a must visit, if you are in this part of the country. Located at the foothills of Mount Abang, it is well-connected by proper roads from the Kintamani City. You can either hire a taxi to reach the lake or ride your own vehicle. Most hotels will be able to arrange transportation to Mount Batur on request.

    There are several small villages on the route to the lake and locals consider the water body as sacred.
  14. What is the height of the Mount Batur? What is the minimum time required to do trekking on Mount Batur?

    Mount Batur lies at just 1,717 meters above the sea level and it shouldn’t take more than 30-45 minutes for the average fit person to reach the top. To check the sunrise, you need to start a little early and it is necessary that you are in a group or take a guide along.
  15. Can we click good pictures from Mount Batur?

    The peak of Mount Batur offers heavenly views of the landscape around. This is one of the top peaks in the area and all around it is the lush green forest and smoking clouds. The volcano at the top of Mount Batur just adds to the beauty. This also makes Mount Batur a popular haunt for landscape photographers and the general nature lover.
  16. What’s special about Pura Ulun Danu Batur?

    The Pura Ulun Danu Batur is the second most important religious site in Bali after the Pura Besakih. The temple is dedicated to the goddess of rivers and lakes and is considered to be highly sacred by the locals. The original temple had been destroyed by the volcanic eruption in 1926 but the villagers rebuilt the site at the highest rim of the caldera. The temple site includes a total of 285 shrines, each dedicated to a different goddess.
  17. How can we visit Bali Aga village at Trunyan?

    Located east to Lake Batur, the Bali Aga Village is a unique site. Also called the Trunyan Village, it is one of the oldest inhabitation in Bali and the way of the locals is quite different from the rest of Bali. Reaching the Bali Aga Village isn’t too difficult as you get direct public transportation from Kintamani. From the city, it will take about an hour to reach the village.

    You will also have to do a little boat trip to reach the other end of the Lake Batur, where the village is located. Crossing the lake will take about 30 minutes and visitors are ferried in batches by local boatmen.
  18. What is so special about Tegalalang Rice Terrace?

    The Tegalallang Rice Terraces are popular among tourists for its beautiful landscape. As the name suggests, the terraces are dominated by paddy plantation, complete in greenery and with several opportunities for the nature lover. The rice terraces offer dramatic views of the highlands and sprawls for several acres, making a postcard perfect scene.
  19. What is the appropriate time to do Batur Volcano Lava Cycling and what is the cost?

    The sunrise and volcano trek to Mount Batur can also be done on cycle but needs a fair bit of practice. If you have been in the habit of cycling in mountains, it will be an amazing experience. With the cool early morning breeze and calmness of the forest, it will be something that you cherish for a lifetime.

    The popular months for a cycling trek to the volcano are June and July. However, a lot will depend on the climatic condition of the day you have planned your trek. You can rent a cycle at $5 for the day from rental service providers in the Kintamani City.
  20. What is special about sunrise trekking and Bamboo Forest Tour?

    The joy of trekking in Bali combined with the serene experience of the calm and mystic bamboo forests in Kintamani is unmatchable. All along the route, you will be passing through small Penglipuran villages, with huts that take you back to the old age and a perfect semblance of wildlife and human habitation. Along the route, also come several small waterfalls and hot water springs. As you complete the journey, the mountain reveals is most precious treasure – the volcano and its red lava streaming down against the golden sunrise.
  21. What is special about Kintamani Coffee Plantation Tour?

    Kopi Luwak is one of the most expensive and luxurious coffees in the world. The coffee production goes through a very specific and unique process and brings in tourists and seekers from across the globe. The Kintamani Coffee Plantation Tour not only allows you a sip of the most distinguished coffee in the world but actually lets you be among the cocoa plantations. The experience of having coffee under a coffee tree is always unique.
  22. Where can we do Canoeing in Kintamani?

    Lake Batur is a hotspot for tourists looking for a canoeing experience in Kintamani. It’s a calm lake set amidst a beautiful natural landscape. Surrounded by mountains on all sides and engulfed in the best of nature, it would be a special kind of experience.
  23. What are the best places to do Cycling in Kintamani?

    The best places for a cycling tour in Kintamani include:
    • Lake Batur
    • Mount Agung
    • Volcano trip
    • Tegalalang rice terraces
    • Kopi Luwak coffee plantations
    • Native Balinese villages

    Most hotels arrange group cycling tours for their guests and it would be a great experience to be a part of one.
  24. Where can we taste the grill lake fish?

    The Grill Lake Fish is one of the most recommended dishes if you are spending a day in Kintamani. The fishes are freshly caught from Lake Batur and costs about US$5.50 per kilo (about 3 fishes). The best restaurants that serve grilled lake fish include Breakfast Overlook Volcano and Kedisan (situated beside Lake Batur).
  25. Does one have easy access to alcohol in Kintamani? Is smoking legal in Kintamani?

    Both smoking and drinking in Kintamani is legal but you need to ensure that it is not done in public places. Most high end restaurants and clubs serve alcohol. You can also buy your own alcohol from several shops around Bali. Smoking in public areas too is offensive, though not a punishable offence. However, some places come with a “No Smoking” banner that you need to be aware of. Smoking in restricted areas can attract a huge fine.
  26. What kind of laws are there in Kintamani regarding drug usage?

    Anything related to drugs is illegal in Kintamani and across Bali. There are strict laws against the use, consumption and selling of drugs. Though you will find many local peddlers haggling you in the street for buying drugs, don’t get tempted. The offence is highly punishable and in some cases, have even attracted death sentence.
  27. What festivals do the local people celebrate in Kintamani?

    • Sanur Village Festival
    • Serangkaian Peringatan Hari Bumi Festival
    • Batur Festival
    • Kintamani Festival
    • Bali Dance Festival
    • Kecak Festival
    • Bali Spirit Festival
    • Banyu Pinaruh
    • Soma Ribek
    • Ubud Writers & Readers Festival
  28. Are there any money exchangers in Kintamani?

    There are no good money exchange services in Kintamani. You best bet is to change your currency at the airport or on your way to Ubud. The ones that exist in Kintamani aren’t quite authorized and they will charge a high exchange rate for the conversion. The available money exchanges in Bali are between the denominations of IDR 500 and IDR 100,000. Always try and carry smaller denominations in the range of IDR 25 and IDR 1000.
  29. Which currency is used in Kintamani?

    Kintamani uses ‘Indonesian Rupiah’. 1 United States Dollar is 14064.70 Indonesian Rupiah. Currency code for this is IDR.

    While on your Kintamani trip, the payment could be done in other currency also but the existing exchange rate would be applied to that. Moreover, payments through credit cards would incur a 3% Bank Commission on the total.

  30. Is Kintamani Volcano active?

    Yes, Kintamani Volcano is an active volcano and very popular in Kintamani. The last eruption was held in 2000 and Bali experienced volcanic earthquakes again in 2009.

    Though, History records its first eruption in 23,000 BC followed by 10,500 BC. Since 180
  31. How to Get to Kintamani Volcano?

    Kintamani Volcano is settled in Kintamani Village which is located in northeast Bali which is just two hours ride from South Bali. You have two options to complete this journey:

    - Buses can take you there which run from Ubud to Kintamani and several other villages on a daily basis.

    - A better way would be to hire a cab with a driver as you can explore more places on your way to the village, like Ubud, Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Ulun Danu Batur Temple, Tegenungan Waterfall and many more spots.

  32. What is the best time to visit Kintamani Volcano?

    Best Time to visit Kintamani Volcano is from May to August. Although, it is suggested to avoid Kintamani trip in the months from September to March as they are rainy months.

    In a day, it will be a good plan to reach Mount Kintamani by 10:00 or as late as 15:00 before the cloud cover and fog sets to block your pleasure of view.As we know sunrise looks best from the volcano, so you should be here by 6.15 AM – 6.20 AM, and if you wish to witness the sunset as well, then be here by 6.15 PM – 6.20 PM.
  33. How to reach Kintamani from Bali Airport and what is the distance between airport and Kintamani?

    From the Bali International Airport, Kintamani lies about 75 kilometers to the north so hiring a taxi from the airport shouldn’t take more than 2 hours to reach the city, depending on the traffic. Other modes of transport from the Bali airport include shuttle buses and minivans. You may also choose to rent your own vehicle to drive it to Kintamani. It would be a fun road trip and a perfect start to your Bali trip.
  34. What are the various modes of transport to reach Kintamani?

    To reach Kintamani, the public modes of transport include shuttle buses and minivans. Buses leave at specific timing from the airport but the timing of minivans aren’t regulated. A more convenient way to reach Kintamani is to hire a cab. You may also choose to rent your own two-wheeler or car, whichever suits best for your Kintamani Tour.