Friday, November 30, 2018

Indonesia Cycling Route Maps

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INDONESIA CYCLING ROUTE MAPS
Below are maps of routes that we cycled in Bali and also on motor-cycling routes that we did at the adjacent island of Nusa Penida.
Click on relevant screen zoom rectangle (at the top right hand corner of each map) to go to the respective route map:

Bali Airport to Kuta Indonesia Cycling Route Map (5.0km)
This is short from Bali Airport to Kuta with detour for lunch.
Cycling Distance: 5 km.     |     Level: Easy
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Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) to Kuta Indonesia Cycling Route Map (21.0km)
The route starts from GWK, goes through South Kuta, with a nice stretch along the Kuta Beachfront Path. Enroute it passes by the fringe of Udayana University and several parks before ending at the Kuta Parking Area.
Cycling Distance: 21 km.     |     Level: Easy.
(..... click here to view blog)
(..... click here to view Relive of the route)
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Jungutan to Taman Ujung Indonesia Cycling Route Map (16.0km)
The route starts with a bus journey form Sthala Ubud Hotel to the Jungutan Culture Village in Karangasem. From there we cycled to the Ujung Palace and after that continued by bus to the Ubud, with an enroute stop at Tirtagangga.

Cycling Distance: 16 km.     |     Level: Easy.
(..... click here to view blog)
(..... click here to view Relive of the route)
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East Nusa Penida Indonesia Motorcycling Route Map (56.0km)

This above is a motorcycling route of the east side of Nusa Penida. It is one goes on rough roads leading to a reward of beautiful hidden beaches. Zoom out to see the route from Sanur Port to Kuta.
Motorbiking Distance (At Nusa Penida): 56 km.     |     Level: Medium even for motorcycles, as certain stretches of roads leading to Diamond Beach were rough.
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West Nusa Penida Indonesia Motorcycling Route Map (61.0km)
 
This above is a motorcycling route of the west side of Nusa Penida. It is one goes on rough roads leading to a reward of beautiful hidden beaches. Zoom out to see the route from Kuta to Sanur Port.
Motor-cycling Distance: 61 km.     |     Level: Hard (even for motorcycles as many stretches of the road were full of pot-holes, un-tarred rough and steep roads. Some motorcycling skills required to traverse these difficult roads).
Motor-cycling Distance: 61 km.     |     Level: Hard (even for motorcycles as many stretches of the road were full of pot-holes, un-tarred rough and steep roads. Some motorcycling skills required to traverse these difficult roads).
(..... click here to view blog)
(..... click here to view Relive of the route)
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Around Ubud Indonesia Cycling Route Map (9.0km)
 

This is a short stint through the streets of Ubud, starting from the Pura Dalem Puri Peliatan to Sthala Ubud Hotel with a stop at the Puri Saren Agung (Ubud Royal Palace). It is  relatively flat with a couple of short climbs.
Cycling Distance: 9 km.     |     Level: Easy
(..... click here to view blog)
(..... click here to view Relive of the route)
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MORE INDONESIA CYCLING ROUTE MAPS COMING....
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