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Gilimanuk

Gilimanuk

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Gilimanuk is the terminus for ferries that shuttle back and forth across the narrow strait to Java. Most travellers to or from Java can get an onward ferry or bus straight away, and won’t hang around. The museum is the only attraction – the town is really a place one passes through quickly. It does have the closest accommodation to Taman Nasional Bali Barat, however, if you want to start a trek early.

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