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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Padang Bai Guide

Padang Bai Ferry Port

One of the most popular towns with travellers, Padang Bai is in the Eastern region of the sought after holiday destination of Bali. Padang Bai ferry port provides the gateway to other highly desired resorts in Indonesia, with many crossings per week.

What is there to do in Padang Bai?

Cheap alcohol, luxurious beaches and beautiful scenery make Padang Bai one of the most visited areas among backpackers and travellers. Myriad of hostels and cheap hotels are scattered around the region, creating a youthful, chilled energy that resonates throughout the entire town. The main pastimes reside at the beach; snorkelling and diving are very popular with both tourists and locals, whereas others just prefer to walk along the coastline. After basking in the sun or exploring the surrounding water, it is worthwhile heading to the Pura Silayukti Temple to witness the remarkable architecture that represents the history of Padang Bai. The village is quiet and compact, so walking around the centre is a pleasant way to while away a few hours among impressive infrastructure.

How do visitors get around Padang Bai?

The town is so small that it is possible to be covered almost entirely by foot, which is the desirable option considering the weather and scenery.

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