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Independent traveller? Rent a scooter or hire a motorbike in Ubud and trip around Bali at your own pace.
Rent a Scooter in West Ubud, Bali
Renting a scooter or hiring a motorcycle in Bali? You've come to the right place.
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Scooting Ubud, Lungsiakan, West Ubud
Scooting Ubud is your first choice for renting a scooter if you're in the West Ubud area – near the Fly Cafe, Villa Nini, Sayan and Kedewatan.
The scooters at Komang and Kadek's Warung Scooting Ubud are all regularly serviced, and they provide free delivery to your hotel or villa.
If you're thinking of a 'round Bali trip or a hike up to Kintamani to the see the Mount Batur volcano, you're probably advised to hire a 125cc or the NMax 150cc – the roads are steep, and you'll appreciate the extra power – especially if there are two of you on the 'bike.
Please see below for Scooting Ubud's daily, weekly and monthly prices for their five most popular models.
Scooter Rental Prices for Scooting Ubud in Lungsiakan, West Ubud
|1 Day||1 Week||2 Weeks||3 Weeks||4 Weeks|
|Honda Vario Standard||60k||380k||700k||840k||900k|
|Honda Vario 125cc||80k||490k||840k||1,050,000||1,200,000|
Vespa scooter at Warung Scooting Ubud on Jalan Raya Lungsiakan in Ubud, Bali.
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Book ~ Scooter Rental in West Ubud, Bali, with Scooting Ubud
↬ Warung Scooting Ubud, Jalan Raya Lungsiakan (50 meters west of Fly Cafe)
☎ For bookings or queries please contact by 'phone, Whatsapp or sms/text on 0812 467 746 96 or on 081 99 99 389 67.
Your Contacts: Komang or Kadek
Hire a Motorbike or Rent a Scooter in Central Ubud, Bali
Scooter and Motorbike/Motorcycle Rental in Central Ubud, Bali with Triupasadana Tours and Travel
If you're in Central Ubud, drop into Triupasadana Tours and Travel just opposite Anomali Coffee on Jalan Raya Ubud – Ubud's main street where the market is.
The owner, Dewa, is honest and reliable, his prices are competitive, and his scooters and 'bikes are in great condition.
Drop in and take off... Free scooter delivery and pick-up from your villa or hotel.
|One Day||Rp.50,000 per day|
|One Week||Rp.40,000 per day (Rp.280,000 for 7 days)|
|3 Weeks||Rp.25,000 per day (Rp.525,000 for 21 days)|
|One Month||Rp.20,000 per day (Rp.560,000 for 28 days)|
Book ~ Scooter and Motorbike/Motorcycle Rental in Central Ubud, Bali with Triupasadana Tours and Travel
↬ Triupasadana Tours and Travel, Jalan Raya Ubud (opposite Anomali Coffee)
☎ (0361) 479 21 77 ~ 081 916 259 877 ~ 081 339 44 00 58
Your Contact: Mr. Dewa Cepol
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