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Singapore to Bali over land?

has anybody done this?
14 years ago, June 9th 2009 No: 1 Msg: #75520  
i plan to travel from singapore to bali and i dont want to fly.
has anybody done that route? which route is the best one? how long does it take? Reply to this

14 years ago, June 20th 2009 No: 2 Msg: #77016  

Greeting from Bali Island

If i am not wrong you could start from Singapore cross to Batam By Ferry then shigtseeing in Batam for 2 days then continue your trip to Padang by ferry and Bus. From Padang you cloud go to Jakarta By land and cross sumatera Island to Jakarta. Sightseeing in Jakarta to see Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Musemu National with ceramic collection, then overland to Bandung (sightseeing in Bandung to see Tangkuban perahu, Pak Ujo Angklung orchestra etc). From Bandung By Train to Yogyakarta (shigtseeing in yogyakarta to see Borobudur Temple, Prambanan Temple, Dieng Plateau, Royal Palace of Yogyakarta) then continue to Mt Bromo by Bus to see sun rise overlooking Mt Bromo and semeru then drop down to Bromo desert. Form Bromo continue to Ijen Plateau to see sulfur then from Ijen cross java for Bali by ferry. Then you are in Bali for Beach program

Good luck, that all i can suggest to you

Have a nice trip then Reply to this

7 years ago, February 9th 2016 No: 3 Msg: #195218  
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Nowadays, traveling by ship is very sophisticated, because you do not need to go to the dock to buy tickets, can all be booked online. You can ask your travel agent to inquire big price for each route and class.
These can be taken from the Singapore / Singapore To:
-Batam, You can travel to Singapore via Batam port in Sekupang, Batu Ampar, Nongsa, Marina Gulf Senimba and Batam Centre

-Tanjung Hall, the port on the island of Karimun

-Tanjung Pinang and Bintan Bandar Telani Lagoi, this usually frequent traveler used to be Singapore to Bintan Island.
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