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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Full day charter
Half day charter
|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.
Japan to fully lift coronavirus emergency in Tokyo area, Hokkaido
Tokyo, Japan | Mon, May 25, 2020 | 10:25 am
Japan plans to fully lift the state of emergency in the Tokyo metropolitan area and Hokkaido on Monday, a minister said Sunday, given a decline in the number of new coronavirus cases and improved medical systems.
Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama and Hokkaido were the last remaining areas under the measure among the country’s 47 prefectures.
Economic revitalization minister Yasutoshi Nishimura, who is in charge of the emergency response, said an advisory panel of health experts will meet on Monday morning to discuss the lifting of the measure.
He made the remark at a press conference after meeting with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and others.
“For the most part, there is no change in the trend of decline (in new infection cases),” Nishimura said, despite a slight rise in new cases for Tokyo and Hokkaido over the weekend. Kanagawa and Hokkaido also did not meet the required level for new infections in the past week.
The Tokyo metropolitan government said 14 new cases of infections in the capital were confirmed on Sunday. It reported just two new cases in the capital Saturday, the lowest single-day tally since Abe declared the state of emergency last month.
But Tokyo has averaged around 7.1 new cases per day for the past week, 10 less than the requirement needed to lift the state of emergency declaration.
A Kyodo News tally compiling data in the week through Saturday showed that new infections stood at 0.29, falling below 0.5 per 100,000 people in the past week — one of the criteria for the government and experts on whether to ease the emergency.
New infections in Kanagawa Prefecture were the highest of the five at 0.7, while Hokkaido was at 0.57. Saitama and Chiba prefectures stood at 0.2 and 0.1, respectively.
Kanagawa and Hokkaido are also on a downward trend despite both failing to meet the criteria, according to Nishimura.
“We will make a decision based on the whole picture by analyzing matters such as the percentage of cases with untraceable routes, clusters, and in-hospital infections,” he said.
Five new cases were confirmed in Kanagawa on Sunday, while Hokkaido confirmed 15 new cases, reporting double-digits for the first time since May 12.
Chiba Prefecture has not reported any new infection cases for three days up to Sunday, while Saitama Prefecture has not reported any since last Tuesday.
Earlier in the day, health minister Katsunobu Kato said Japanese medical institutions are seeing a lightening of their coronavirus caseload.
“The number of new infections has been falling each day and that is also the case in areas under the state of emergency,” Kato said, in reference to the five areas.
“The tight medical situation has become more relaxed,” he said on an NHK program.
More than 13,000 people have been discharged from hospitals or have completed treatment for COVID-19, the pneumonia-like disease caused by the coronavirus, and over 2,000 patients are currently hospitalized, according to Kato.
“About 15 percent of hospital beds secured (by the government) are being used in the country on average. The rate stands at 20 percent in Tokyo,” said Kato, the minister of health, labor and welfare.
With the number of infections seemingly past a peak, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ended the emergency over the virus in 42 prefectures.
The emergency declaration requesting that citizens refrain from nonessential outings and that businesses suspend operations was expanded to cover the entire nation on April 16 and later extended to run until the end of May.
Despite the emergency having been lifted in the vast majority of the country, infectious disease experts have been calling on the public to remain alert for a second wave of infections.