Bali Bus Hire
Bali Bus Hire has types of Vehicle from small bus until big bus use for your event in Bali. Whether it is corporate travel, Marriage, Vacation, Pilgrimage, Holiday and Outing or just a weekend gateway; renting is always easy. Go ahead and hire a personal transport and let travel get simpler!
Bali Bus Hire has launched a platform for hiring buses using which you can hire and charter bus as per your requirement. Use Balibushire.com to rent a vehicle for your group of friends, family or colleagues, say goodbye to all your tensions and just rent any type of bus with air conditioners and reach your destination in a jiffy. Hiring a bus is always easy and smooth on Bali bus hire, you can go ahead and hire a bus and reward yourself a luxurious journey. Balibushire.com has enlisted many recommended top rated operators in order to deliver hassle free travel experiences happening all-round the year. You can hire a bus for one-way and return trips as well as for local or outstation journeys. Buses are more economical than renting multiple cars, and provide you comfort and ease during travel.
We provide the best Bus or minibus hire with driver in Bali – Indonesia and the surrounding areas with best value service, high quality vehicles and professional drivers. Book Bus or minibus hire today and take advantage of our *best price guarantee.
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|1.||Suzuki APV 7 Seats||IDR 600.000 / Vehicle/ 10 Hours||IDR 400.000/ Vehicle/ 5 Hours|
|2.||Kia Pregio 10 Seats||IDR 750.000/ Minivan/ 10 Hours||IDR 550.000/ Minivan/ 5 Hours|
|3.||Isuzu ELF 12 Seats||IDR 850.000/ Mini bus/ 10 Hours||IDR 650.000/ Mini bus/ 5 Hours|
|4.||Isuzu ELF 17 Seats||IDR 1.100.000/ Mini bus/ 10 Hours||IDR 800.000/ Mini bus/ 5 Hours|
|5.||Bus 25 Seats||IDR 1.600.000/ Bus/ 10 Hours||IDR 1.200.000/ Bus/ 5 Hours|
|6.||Bus 35 Seats||IDR 1.900.000/ Bus/ 10 Hours||IDR 1.400.000/ Bus/ 5 Hours|
|7.||Big Bus 45 Seats||IDR 2.900.000/ Bus/ 10 Hours||IDR 2.200.000/ Bus/ 5 Hours|
The price include: Vehicles petrol, Experience driver, Pick up on Request, A/C Vehicle.
Why Choose our company for Bali Bus Hire in Bali?
Our company takes great pride in the fact that we offer a service that no other bus hire company can match. With a fleet of vehicles are some of the best on the Bali roads and prices that cannot be beaten we bring you Bali’s best value bus hire
If you are looking to arrange your travel with a company that cares about its customers and provides a service that helps make your journey part of the trip, then Bus Hire is the company you have been looking for.
We are an accredited Bali Bus Hire operator with our own local depot serving clients in and around the local area.
Model Vehicle Bali Bus Hire
All the tourist bus that we provide is equipped with facilities
- Full Air Conditioning (AC)
- Fuel and driver
- Late model Bus 2012 – 2014
- DVD player
- Karaoke facilities
- LCD screen
- Sound System
- Reclining seat
- Cool Boxes
- Does not include the cost of parking tickets, toll rates, tour guide, accommodation and meals, tips for driver and assistant driver
Terms & Condition
Bali Bus Hire Payment Terms:
- Payment for bus hire can be done if you confirmation from us about the availability of the vehicle.
- Minimum 30% deposit of the hire price. In the event of cancellation from the consumer, the money was not refunded the deposit payment.
- Booking at least 1 week prior to use buses.
- Payment of the hire front, at least 3 days prior to the date of use of the bus.
- In the event of cancellation from the consumer, payment will not be refunded.
- Payment is done by Bank transfer.
Bali Bus Hire Cancellation Terms:
- If make of cancellation of the reservation 3 days before the date the use of buses, will be charged a cancellation fee of 30% of the total rental price.
- If make of cancellation of bookings from the of less than 3 days prior to the date of the use of buses, will be charged a cancellation fee of 50% of the total hire price.
- If make of cancellation of the booking of the date of use will be subject to a cancellation fee of 100% of the total hire price
Interesting Places in Bali
As a popular tourist destination rich in natural beauty, culture, and history, Bali offers something for everyone. Nevertheless, in these must-visit attractions anyone can enjoy is captured the essence of the island and the best of it all.
Privacy-mad Germany turns to app to track virus spread
Berlin, Germany / Thu, April 2, 2020 / 01:26 pm
People are seen at a park as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Berlin, Germany on Tuesday. The country is considering using a smartphone app to help manage the spread of the new coronavirus.
Personal data protection is a thorny subject in privacy-loving Germany, but the country is nevertheless considering using a smartphone app to help manage the spread of the new coronavirus.
Even Chancellor Angela Merkel — who often refers to her youth in surveillance-ridden communist East Germany — said Wednesday that if it turns out to be a helpful way of tracking the spread of the virus “I would… of course be willing to use it for myself”.
In some ways, Germany appears to be faring better than many of its European neighbors in its battle against the coronavirus.
Europe’s biggest economy has so far managed to limit the number of deaths from Covid-19 to under 1,000, partly thanks to aggressive testing modeled on the South Korean approach.
It has also avoided a strict lockdown like those in France, Italy or Spain.
Merkel and her government are already looking ahead to the next phase, when they hope it will be possible to relax social distancing rules and reopen some public spaces.
And according to Health Minister Jens Spahn, “for that to be possible, we need to be able to identify and reach anyone who has had contact with an infected person very quickly”.
When the government first proposed using mobile phone data to help track the spread of the virus in mid-March, it was forced to back down after a public outcry.
Under the proposals, mobile phone operators would have been required to hand over the data of 46 million customers to help the authorities trace the contacts of infected people.
Such non-consensual mass surveillance was a shocking prospect in a country still traumatized by memories of Nazi dictatorship and later the Stasi secret police in the former communist east.
The government is now reviewing proposals and will come up with a new plan “in the coming days”, according to Spahn, who is convinced that “the use of mobile phone data will be a key factor against the spread”.
Under the new plans, data will be shared “on a voluntary basis”, according to Justice Minister Christine Lambrecht.
A proposed smartphone app will track and record people’s interactions via bluetooth for two weeks, without using geolocation tracking and with a promise that data will be securely protected.
If a person becomes infected, the app will automatically send a push notification to anyone they have crossed paths with in the past two weeks, to warn them of the risk of infection.
Only those who have downloaded the app will receive the infection warnings, and the identity of infected people will be kept secret.
The idea was inspired by a similar digital tool used in the city-state of Singapore, which has managed to limit the spread of the virus despite being very densely populated.
It was developed by Germany’s Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) telecommunications research institute, in collaboration with the Robert Koch Institute disease control center.
“HHI is working on an application that will make it possible to record the proximity and duration of contacts between people on mobile phones over the past two weeks, completely anonymously and without the need to record their location,” a spokeswoman for the company confirmed to AFP.
The firsts tests were carried out at an army barracks in Berlin on Wednesday, according to media reports.
‘Limited time only’
Using people’s data in this way also has the approval of Germany’s federal commissioner for data protection, with certain conditions.
“The collection and evaluation of personal data to interrupt chains of infection can only be carried out with the consent of citizens,” commissioner Ulrich Kelber told AFP.
“This data should be stored only for a limited and clearly defined period, and with the sole aim of fighting the pandemic. After that, it should be deleted,” he said, predicting a “strong willingness to participate” if these conditions are met.
According to Kelber, implementing widespread Chinese-style surveillance would be impossible in Germany.
“There is no comparable technological infrastructure for surveillance and, more importantly, Germany has no laws that allow virtually uninterrupted surveillance of citizens using smartphones, apps or other devices,” he said.
Meanwhile, the German public seems to be softening to the idea of handing over their mobile phone data.