Gilimanuk, Indonesia

Map of Gilimanuk with roads and terrain

Transportation to Gilimanuk


For most people, there is only one reason to come to Gilimanuk: it is the port for ferries to and from Banyuwangi (Ketapang) in Java. Ferries run every 20 minutes, 24 hours a day and take about half an hour to make the crossing, although loading and unloading can take much longer. Since the onset of terrorist problems in Bali, security is much, much tighter at Gilimanuk than it used to be and you should be prepared for some long queues.

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Top Things to Do in Gilimanuk

Ijen Crater

Geologic Formations

Pulau Merah Beach


Meru Betiri National Park

National Park

Watudodol Beach


Alas Purwo National Park

National Park

Sritanjung Park


Cemara Beach


Sadengan Savannah

Nature & Wildlife Area

Srawet Mountain


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