Enjoy Your Ride

Whether you are looking to rent a scooter for a day or the whole month, BEBALI has got your back. We are offering over 60 different scooters available in colors that will match with your Bali vibe! BEBALI’s the best scooter rental located in Ubud and we are happy to deliver the scooter right where you need it most – Canggu, Seminyak, Kuta, Sanur, Uluwatu, Legion, Amed.

You can rest assured that we have a team of dedicated staff maintaining scooters at all times. They’ll make sure it stays safe and operating properly! From the moment you book, our team is on call to ensure your safety and other needs. BEBALI scooter rental is in contact 24/7 with any emergency throughout Bali Island – just message us in private chat for help!

HONDA GENIO 110

From:

IDR

90K

/ Day

IDR 550.000/ Week
IDR 1.250.000/ Month
INCLUDE
  • FREE DELIVERY
  • 1 or 2 HELMETS

HONDA BEAT 110

From:

IDR

90K

/ Day

IDR 550.000/ Week
IDR 1.250.000/ Month
INCLUDE
  • FREE DELIVERY
  • 1 or 2 HELMETS

HONDA SCOOPY 110

From:

IDR

90K

/ Day

IDR 550.000/ Week
IDR 1.250.000/ Month
INCLUDE
  • FREE DELIVERY
  • 1 or 2 HELMETS

How does it work?

Book online

Easy, fast and safe. With a single click, you can have the perfect scooter for your needs.

Delivery service

Just tell us where you are staying and we will deliver the scooters and accessories to your accommodation.

Enjoy your adventure

See the beautiful and diverse landscapes of Bali island. After having the best experience with your scooter, we will pick it up when you are ready.

Bali is a land of ancient cultures and warm hospitality, where crystal clear seas meet lush rainforests. The island’s culture has been preserved for centuries by the Balinese people themselves in their temples, which are beautiful to behold even if you’re not versed on Hinduism or Buddhism. The perfect destination for those who love both nature and culture, Bali is a must see. With world class surfing spots to explore as well gorgeous palaces set against stunning natural backdrops it has something in store no matter what your taste may be! Transportation in Bali can be a challenge, and if you want to enjoy your rides between popular areas, then the best way to get around town is by scooter or motorbike. These vehicles will save you time and allow easier access when traveling between destinations, which can be especially helpful if your journey takes place during busy traffic hours!

There’s no denying that scooters are a popular choice for getting around in Bali. In fact, it’s estimated that 99% of tourists rent scooters during their stay. While scooters offer a convenient way to get around, they can also be dangerous. Always drive carefully and obey the local traffic laws. By following these simple rules, you can help ensure that your experience renting a scooter in Bali is safe and enjoyable. With that in mind, here’s a go-to guide for renting a scooter in Bali.

Here are some easy rules when renting out a scooter

Bali reopening

Many scooter rental companies in Bali are now back in action after a break during last year’s Covid pandemic – so head over there if that’s where your vacationing takes place! Renting a scooter is an excellent option if you’re looking for easy access to the many destinations that Bali has to offer. You won’t have any trouble hiring one close by wherever it may be, or booking online and having them delivered right at your hotel or villa! Make sure to rent a scooter from Bebali company, the best Bali scooter rental, because we provide insurance and sanitised helmets along with well-maintained vehicles.

Wear a helmet

When renting a scooter in Bali, there are a few important rules to follow. First, always wear a helmet. Balinese roads can be quite dangerous, and it is essential to protect your head in case of an accident. There are several accidents that happen in Bali and one of the biggest reasons police will pull you over is not for using a helmet.

So make sure to use helmet when ever you drive

International driving licence is a must

Bali is a renowned tourist destination, and as such, police are taking measures to ensure the safety of both visitors and locals. In recent months, there has been an increase in the number of police checkpoints throughout the island. These checkpoints are intended to catch drivers who are operating vehicles without a valid licence. While this may be inconvenient for some tourists, it is important to remember that driving without a licence is against the law. Those who are caught driving without a valid licence will be subject to a fine, and their vehicle may be impounded. The fine can be anything from 100k up to 1 million IDR.

So if you’re planning on driving while in Bali, be sure to bring your licence with you. Otherwise, you may find yourself facing some hefty consequences.

Cover yourself while driving

One of the main reasons you may want to wear protective clothing while travelling is so that your skin doesn’t blend with tarmac. If an accident happens, then wearing appropriate clothes will save your skin from turning into scabs. Mentioning some common sense precautions like ensuring travel insurance has been arranged can help keep everyone safe!

Another reason why you shouldn’t drive a bike wearing only a fancy bikini top and super short sexy shorts is that Bali is a very religious island and moreover, the police department has been known to be corrupt. They can slap you with an expensive fine if they see too much of your beautiful skin!

Consuming alcohol and driving

The risk of getting into an accident while drinking and riding is very real. It’s easy to forget the consequences, which range from being caught by law enforcement officers all the way up through harming yourself or others in your carelessness. The last thing you need on your vacation is an accident with someone else’s bike, car or property. It could have serious consequences for both parties involved in the collision. Do yourself a favour and get a Gojek or Grab. The cost of these services means there’s no excuse for drinking when you can drive home safely instead!

The best places to go on a scooter in Bali

If you are looking for an adventure on the go, then consider renting a scooter. You can ride around Bali in just a few days and visit as many attractions that interest you! If you’re looking for a day trip, we recommend exploring around Ubud via Mengwi or doing the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces circuit.