Traveling in Bali is extremely easy, as there are many transportation means available at affordable prices. Depending on the number of people in your group, you can choose to travel by motorcycle, taxi or car.
The traffic in Bali especially in areas like Seminyak and Kuta can get very heavy, which is why most locals opt for the handy motorcycles and scooters. You can rent one for a cheap price but only if you are already a confident motorcyclist! The roads in Bali are narrow and traffic rules are sometimes non-existent so do exercise caution if you opt for this option. Otherwise, there are ride-sharing apps like Gojek and Grab that you can download to get a cheap ride for a short distance.
Similarly, you can use the same apps to order a car for a safer ride or if you have more people. The fares are much cheaper than traditional taxis so some areas have banned these ride-sharing cars. You can still find plenty available, though some drivers might ask you to meet at less busy locations. Metered taxis, normally in blue, are also available everywhere.
The third option, while the most expensive, is the safest and most convenient one. You can rent a car with a driver for the day or for the entirety of your trip. The driver will bring you to whichever sites you’d like to visit, and some even act as a local guide!