Dana Yoga Tourist Service: Kuta Bali

by Nick on August 13, 2007

by Nick | August 13th, 2007  

Newcomers to Bali will often be concerned with logistical questions such as how to get around the country, via internal plane flights, boat trips to places such as Nusa Lembongan or the Gilis, currency exchange, bus tours and airline ticket confirmation. Finding a handy travel agent who can handle all of this is a good thing. Dana Yoga Tourist Service has 2 offices, one outside Okie House hotel on Poppies II, the other across the street from Bamboo Corner on Poppies Lane I.

Dana Yoga will search for airline tickets for you and are happy to give you a call at your guest house on cell phone. Both offices can handle all the above mentioned services as well as being a postal agent.

This afternoon I stopped by to check on my ticket to Singapore which is for 2 weeks time. The staff had found my required dates and had booked it for me, no money having changed hands yet. They keep my personal details in their log book so future transactions are easy to do over the phone. In general you will not save much money by shopping around for domestic airline tickets in Indonesia, as the rates are the same for each agent.

Bus prices offered today at Dana Yoga were as follows:
Kuta to:-
Ubud / Sanur – 45,000rp
Padangbai – 80,000rp
Candi Dasa – 90,000rp
Lovina – 120,000rp
Lembongan – 100,000rp
Lombok
Lember – 100,000rp
Mataram – 120,000rp
Senggigi – 130,000rp
Bangsal – 140,000rp
Gili Air – 150,000rp
Gili Trawangan – 150,000rp
Gili Meno – 150,000rp
Kuta Lombok – 225,000rp

Open daily from 10am – 10pm

Dana Yoga Tourist Service
(0361)757009 for Poppies I
(0361) 766145 for Poppies II

{ 2 comments }

Boyo August 13, 2007 at 1:14 pm
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Nick, what’s the name of the outfit you use for your visa runs, etc.? You’ve recommended them before.

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bruce August 14, 2007 at 12:27 am
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hello nick, how much are some of the more popular internal tourist flight tickets, say denpasar to sumba and return. are there any multi stop tickets available or is all internal ticketing best done from outside the country prior to arrival.

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